|Filter by location|
|South East (45)|
|South West (1)|
|East of England (4)|
|East Midlands (10)|
|West Midlands (18)|
|Yorkshire and the Humber (22)|
|North East (2)|
|North West (43)|
|Northern Ireland (2)|
|Republic of Ireland (1)|
|Filter by job type|
To apply for any of the positions which interest you, simply register for an account or login if you have used the site previously.
Billings Clerks are responsible for ensuring that all sales of a company's products and services are correctly recorded and accurate invoices are issued to clients.
Billings Clerks work within the finance function and liaise closely with sales ledger/accounts receivable and credit control, ensuring that the company receives payments within correct timeframes and that disputes are resolved efficiently.
Billings specialists are often in demand from law firms, where services must be billed regularly and accurately.
Typical billings duties include:
No specific qualifications are required to work as a Billings Clerk, although good levels of numeracy and literacy will always be required by employers. Proficiency with Excel and relevant financial software is useful.
Senior roles which encompass billing responsibilities will be filled by part of fully qualified accountants, depending on the nature of the role.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (November 2009) include:
Are you a billing specialist? Would you like to contribute to our "Day in the Life of..." series? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Displaying page 1 of 23