Assistant Credit Controller – Fees and Billing

Closing Date:

Monday 10th July 2023


25,000-30,000 per annum depending on experience



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About this Job

An opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Credit Controller to join our talented team. The Assistant Credit Controller will work closely with the Credit Manager to ensure the timely billing and collection of outstanding fees on behalf of Members of Chambers, in conjunction with the clerking and operations teams.

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About this Employer

Keating Chambers is a leading set of commercial barristers’ chambers, with a thriving domestic and international practice, comprising 69 barristers (33 King’s Counsel and 36 juniors), specialising in providing services across the areas of construction & engineering; energy & natural resources; infrastructure & utilities; international arbitration; IT & technology; offshore construction & marine engineering; procurement & competition, planning & environment & assoc. professional negligence.

Person Specification

  • Be a team player who is also able to work unsupervised and under pressure.
  • Have excellent people skills and the ability to build both strong internal and external relationships.
  • Have excellent communication skills - both written and oral.
  • Be able to demonstrate a positive attitude in challenging circumstances.
  • Demonstrate excellent time management and a keen eye for detail.
  • Be able to discreetly handle confidential information.

Key Responsibilities

  • Following Chambers established fee collection protocols and processes all times.
  • Routine checking and despatching of fee notes and letters to solicitor and other clients to ensure the efficient billing and recovery of outstanding fees.
  • Providing weekly and/or monthly billing requests to clients when required.
  • Billing fee notes using Client E-Billing or other systems as required.
  • Regular monitoring and updating of missing time/fee entries on the Chambers case management system (MLC)
  • etc

Professional Qualifications

The candidate should have gained at least two A Levels or equivalent qualifications. Previous experience in a similar role is desirable but not essential as full training provided.