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New York, New York
<p>Major Law Firm is currently seeking a Revenue Analyst primary to ensure local and firmwide billing and collection targets are achieved. In conjunction with the Senior Manager of Revenue Control will develop revenue strategic initiatives as well as monitor collections goals.</p><p></p><p></p><p>RESPONSIBILITIES:</p><p></p> Responsible for assigned partners regarding firm wide collections. Designate client accounts to ensure collections are met in a timely manner. Communicate with clients and other parties. Work daily in ARCS2G collection software. Ensure the entire to do list is managed and completed in a timely manner. Ensure contact details, notes are maintained and updated on a regular basis and properly save follow up emails in ARCS2G. Review/monitor complex accounts and notify management of any issues. Review and follow up on unallocated balances and liasions with NY Accounting Receipts to ensure balances are properly allocated to outstanding invoices. Review installment payments to ensure balances are up to date. Routinely meet with Partners to review outstanding invoices and to promote timely billing and collection follow-up. Review and monitor the status of invoices submitted through third part sites (e.g. ebilling vendors). Handle special projects assigned on an as needed basis.<p></p><p>Qualifications:</p> College graduate with a minimum of six college credits in accounting. College degree in Accounting is a plus. At least 1-3 years in account receivables and/or cash application and collection. Understanding automated journal entries and the impact on the general ledger. Work with and prepare Excel worksheets. Knowledge of Accounting systems, i.e. CMS, PerfectLaw, Pyramid software. Knowledge of Elite accounting system preferred. Proficiency with various software programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and use of the Internet is required.<p>Salary is up to 75K</p>
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