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Job Reference ST6310
Location Cardiff
Salary / Hourly Rate Negotiable
Sector Legal
Job Type Permanent
Details Full Time
Date Posted 16 Oct 2018

Job Description

Legal Cashier
Cardiff City Centre
Permanent, Full time
Salary negotiable depending on experience

Our client are a Top 100 Law firm, in the process of moving into new state of the art offices in the centre of Cardiff.

An opportunity has arisen for a Legal Cashier to join their growing accounts department. The role will involve working in an accounts team of 17, utilising a number of bespoke Solicitors accounting systems to include;
• SOS (Solicitors Own Software accounting package)
• Excel
• Online Banking Systems
• Solcase Reporting

This is a varied role involving the following tasks;
• Help managing all client bank accounts monies in
• Daily Bank Statement posting
• BACS receipt
• Checking completion statement
• Inputting volume TT’s and BACS payment
• Transfers between client and office account as per SAR guideline
• Bill posting
• Banking and issuing cheque
• Booking travel – train tickets and hotel
• Purchase Ledge
• Processing credit card payment
• Monitoring unbilled disbursement
• Handling staff queries regarding ledgers via email, telephone or online Helpdesk
• Telephone queries
• Ad hoc Accounts duties as and when required

The successful candidate will have a good level numeracy and of IT literacy, to include MS Word and Excel and a good understanding of Solicitors Accounts Rules.

This is an ideal position for someone who has experience of working within Legal Finance and would like to move to a fast moving team within a large Law firm.

Excellent organisation and time management skills are also required as well as accuracy and attention to detail. Candidates with AAT qualifications are desirable but not essential.

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