Grafton Recruitment have an exciting new role available for a Revenue Assistant who is fluent in German.
This role is with a global professional services firm based in Belfast city centre. The role will sit within a large Finance team supporting the business's Berlin office with the production and processing of draft and final bills in the Finance system, transferring and writing-off time, disbursements and the issuing of credit notes and reissuing bills. The Revenue Assistant will also be responsible for the production of client schedules, managing the change of client rates and monitoring file set-up.
Day to day responsiblities will include:
- Engrossment of draft bills, ensuring that Partner and Revenue Controller instructions relating to processing and allocation of fees and disbursements and write-offs and transfer of time are carefully actioned
- Dealing with telephone enquiries relating to proforma bills from Partners, Fee Earners and Revenue Controllers
- Issuing of credit notes
- Providing general support and advice with regard to problems relating to proforma issues within the Revenue Department
- Dealing with miscellaneous duties to assist in the smooth running of the department
- Preparation of client detailed schedules on weekly/monthly basis
Suitable candidates will have at least 2 years experience in a Revenue or Finance support role, preferably within a professional services firm and be fluent in German.
Candidates must also have 5 GCSEs including Maths and English or equivalent.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV via the link below. Alternatively, please contact Tracey Murphy on 02890 895824 for further information.
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