Temporary Bookkeeper/Accountant - to cover medical leave

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Temporary Bookkeeper/Accountant - to cover medical leave

Postby davidgordon » Mon May 24, 2021 7:14 pm

A Bookkeeper with Accounts administration experience is required for a boutique commercial and property law firm to cover a short term medical related absence. The existing role is 2.5 days per week. Remote working/Flexible hours. Start date ideally 01.06.21 for 4-6 weeks.
Salary £25ph to £35ph.
For more information email: david.gordon@dg-law.co.uk

The role includes bookkeeping and accounts administration in a small but busy practice. You will be responsible for providing financial support to the business and accounts administration.
Key Responsibilities

• Processing payroll and pensions;
• Completing VAT returns
• Processing Purchase and Sales invoices
• Preparing monthly management accounts
• Credit control function – review of Aged debtors list
• Preparing cash flow for review
• Accruals and prepayments
• Balance Sheet reconciliations

• Monthly Bank Reconciliations
• Processing monthly payment runs
• Credit card allocations

Legal Sector Specialisation – Desirable not Essential.
• Client account reconciliations
• Compliance with Solicitors accounts rules
• Recharging client disbursements

Skills and Experience Required
• Experience in a role or an organisation that is responsible for third party (client) monies.
• A proven track record and experience of bookkeeping/accounts support;

The Person:
• Adheres to the company’s values of honesty, transparency and flexibility
• A 'can-do' attitude is essential;
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
• Experience of QuickBooks and legal case management software (Worldox) would be beneficial
• Quick learner and ability to assimilate systems and processes quickly
• Great communication skills and problem-solving abilities.
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Re: Temporary Bookkeeper/Accountant - to cover medical leave

Postby botgros » Thu Aug 04, 2022 11:09 am

It sounds somehow complicated and responsible.
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