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April

Credit Control Officer

Squire Patton Boggs - Perth, WA

Legal
Source: uWorkin

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Credit Control Officer

  • Global boutique law firm
  • Superb, unique culture
  • Convenient, CBD location

Be involved in your new role

We have an opportunity for an experienced full-time Credit Control Officer to join our firm. This role is part of our Finance Department based in the Perth office, with a local direct report to the Australian CFO as well as working closely with the Inventory/Asset Control team based in the UK. 

In this role, the main focus will be the timely collection of cash from the Firm’s clients. This will involve liaison with Australian Partners, UKLLP Inventory/Asset Control team, Fee Earners, Executive Assistants, Clients and Administrators or Liquidators.

Other responsibilities will include;

· managing key relationships with key clients;

· allocating of funds to matters;

· reporting;

· invoicing;

· adjustments;

· write-offs; and

· assisting with finance related duties as requested.


Be involved in using your skills and experience

To succeed in this role you will have at least 5 years’ experience in a similar credit control or accounts receivable position, preferably in legal or a professional services environment, and an intermediate/advanced ability using Microsoft Excel and accounting related software. Your ability to be a strong team player, with effective written and communication skills will see you shine in this role.

We are looking for someone who will be highly organised, has a high level of attention to detail and strong problem solving and prioritising skills. Excellent interpersonal skills to foster good working relationships (particularly with Partners, clients and your international colleagues) is a must. Flexibility to work extra hours at month-end would also be preferred.

Be involved in our award winning, collaborative culture

With over 1,500 lawyers in 45 offices and 20 countries around the world we are one of the world's top legal practices. Squire Patton Boggs is a progressive and growing firm with a strong integrated global platform. With our longstanding 'one-firm firm' philosophy, we work together to build trusted relationships globally with each other and our clients, giving our clients the best we have to offer.

We strive to be a dynamic and inclusive workplace, promoting a productive and supportive culture where everyone is encouraged to live our firm values and be accountable for our actions. Our core values of Collaboration, Professionalism, Excellence, Diversity, and Responsibility, have been created directly by our people and it is being accountable for our values that make them really work.

Clients recognise us as being different to other law firms; that it is being Commercial, Connected and Committed that differentiates us and what they want to be a part of.

Be involved today!

So join us today and be part of our amazing culture! You will also enjoy a range of staff benefits including: discounts on various products and services, ongoing training and development, a corporate health and wellbeing program including an annual health and wellbeing allowance, Friday night drinks and other firm sponsored events, one paid volunteer day per year, and more.

We prefer to deal with you directly. Please submit your CV and cover letter for consideration by clicking on the 'Apply' button below. If you would like further information, please contact Hannah Robins on +61 8 9429 7401 for a highly confidential discussion.

Please note, to be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.

Squire Patton Boggs is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.