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Client Accounting Services Specialist

Full-Time | Indianapolis, Indiana

Job Description

The Client Accounting Services Specialist will be responsible for performing the daily activities of the billing function to ensure operational needs of internal and external clients are being met.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Develop strong working relationships with those within the department as well as internal and external clients to optimize the billing and collections process;
  • Generate, distribute and process prebills for assigned attorneys at the start of the month and on an as-need basis;
  • Provide backup support to other Client Accounting Services Specialists during periods of absence;
  • Follow up on outstanding prebills and invoices throughout the billing cycle;
  • Evaluate client/codes, data on management reports, reconcile billing errors;
  • Assist with client intake and disbursement entry as needed;
  • Communicate with all clients in a manner that is professional, knowledgeable, and reflective of the Firm's CORE values and strategy with respect to the billing process;
  • Work closely with clients and billing team to assist with problem solving as needed;
  • Recommend and implement changes and/or process improvements to management;
  • Assist with large departmental projects.

Qualifications: The ideal Client Accounting Services Specialist will possess the following:

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Financial Management, or Business Administration preferred;
  • 3+ years of client accounting (billing) and/or related financial experience. Law firm or professional services experience preferred;
  • Experience with Aderant or similar accounting software applications;
  • Work effectively in a team environment or independently;
  • Outstanding communication skills and the ability to solve complex client issues in a positive manner;
  • Excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills;
  • Self-motivated team player with strong organizational skills.

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Legal Administrative Assistant

Full-Time | Indianapolis, Indiana

Job Description

Krieg DeVault LLP is seeking an experienced Legal Administrative Assistant for our Indianapolis downtown location who wishes to continue their career in a highly professional environment which inspires teamwork and collaboration. This role will support our Litigation & Transactional practices and will work with other talented individuals who share a passion for doing great work in the best interest of our clients. This position provides support in a very fast paced, always changing environment. The successful candidate will be self-motivated with a hands-on, positive, "can-do" approach with a desire to think creatively to identify and implement proactive solutions. 

Essential Job Duties:

  • Manage traditional administrative needs of multiple attorneys
  • Provide legal administrative support for transactional and litigation work 
  • Prepare highly confidential documents such as agreements, contracts, correspondence, memoranda communications to clients
  • Provide litigation support through court filings, managing case files, preparing legal documents
  • Provide organizational assistance with meetings, billings, travel and maintaining calendars
  • Proactively ensure legal team is prepared with necessary materials for meetings and depositions
  • Provide marketing assistance by managing alerts, updates, creating PowerPoints and spreadsheets
  • Demonstrate good judgment and professionalism, and exhibit flexibility and versatility to provide support
  • Demonstrate strong reasoning and resolution skills
  • Perform special projects as required to increase the professional effectiveness and efficiency of the legal team

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum of three years of experience as a legal assistant with at least one year of litigation experience
  • Minimum of a high school diploma
  • Mastery of Microsoft Word – including creating and manipulating styles, using keyboard shortcuts, auto-numbering paragraphs, hyperlinking to other documents, creating tables of contents, tables of authorities, footnotes, and tables
  • Mastery of Microsoft Outlook, including managing multiple attorney calendars
  • Significant experience with Microsoft Excel – including knowing how to sum a column of numbers, hide and display columns and rows, do custom sorts and filters, and average a column of numbers
  • Significant experience with Adobe Acrobat Professional – including the ability to rearrange pages, link to other PDF's and websites, manage passwords/security, insert pages, create signature stamps, add footers and headers, create bookmarks, and combine several PDFs into a single portfolio
  • Significant experience with Microsoft PowerPoint – including inserting pictures and video, creating templates, rearranging slides
  • Knowledge of the Federal Court ECF system and experience filing pleadings
  • Knowledge of the Indiana electronic court filing system
  • Experience with a server-based document management system - I-Manage/File Site would be a plus
  • Able to type from dictation

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