$65000 - $75000
The Bookkeeper is responsible for the firm’s daily bookkeeping, including Accounts Payable, Account Receivable, Vendor Management, Billing Review and Proofreading.
The Bookkeeper must be able to fully utilize the firm’s CMS and accounting software to record transactions and prepare standard reports as directed by the Finance Manager, Chief Administrative Officer, or Managing Partners.
The Bookkeeper will report to the Finance Manager and receive direction from the Firm’s Finance Manager, Chief Administrative Officer, or Managing Partners.
Prepare and review attorney pre-billing and final billing statement
Code and enter expense invoices and check requests
Verify all invoices and check requests are properly approved
Prepare monthly check runs
Process payments via ACH, wire and check
Mail A/P checks and process ACH and wire transfers upon approval
Answer billing and remittance requests related to payables and accounts receivable
Maintain both accounts receivable and accounts payable and process monthly vendor and client expense invoices
Adjust and reconcile general ledgers
Post and track internal and case expenses Review, proofread, and finalize client billing statements
Assist with matter management
Thorough understanding of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and accounting procedures
Strong knowledge of MS Excel and accounting software, accounts receivable and payable, and financial transaction reporting
Highly data-driven and detail-orientated with the ability to work accurately and gracefully under pressure
Exceptional analytical and verbal and written communication skills
Expert in MS Excel and data entry
Experience with ProLaw or any legal case management software is highly preferred
At least 3 years of bookkeeping experience in a law firm or professional services firm or related field experience at an accounting firm
Capable of maintaining strict confidentiality dealing with financial and legal case matter data