Matrix is an established barristers’ chambers in Gray’s Inn, London with over 90 members and approx. 35 staff, aiming to provide a high quality service to both members and clients.
We have an exciting opportunity to become a valued member of a staff team with a modern, innovative and inclusive approach to delivering a professional service.
Billing Co-Ordinator – Permanent part-time or full-time position
Salary of £28k - £30k pro rata (depending on experience)
Closing date: 10th August 2020, 10am
Matrix is seeking to recruit an experienced and confident Billing Co-Ordinator.
The successful candidate will ideally have experience of billing legal fees in a range of areas of law in a fast-paced environment. Organisational and time management skills are essential, as well as an ability to cope well under pressure. The appointed person will be highly numerate and have excellent attention to detail.
There will be training opportunities for the right candidate if not already familiar with the processes in a barrister organisation. The Billing Co-Ordinator will work closely with the rest of the Fees and Finance team as well as other staff teams, members, and clients.
Interested? What now?
A full job description and person specification can be found on our website www.matrixlaw.co.uk. Please send a CV, cover letter and the completed Equality & Diversity monitoring form to Lindsay Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications is 10am on 10th August 2020.
Please note that CVs/cover letters will be anonymised prior to the shortlisting process.
If you have any questions about the role or about the application process, please contact Lindsay at email@example.com or on 0207 404 3447.
Equal Opportunities Statement
Matrix strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is committed to diversity amongst its staff and members, including supporting flexible working. We therefore encourage and welcome applications from women, people of minority ethnic origin, people with disabilities and LGBT+ candidates, as well as candidates from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector. We will make reasonable adjustments to enable disabled candidates to demonstrate their suitability for the position.