As an E-Billing Analyst at Clyde & Co, you will assist with the
management of electronic billing for the US region. You will research
and collect information and documentation to facilitate setup of new
clients in the designated E-Billing software and vendor sites;
collaborate with the billing team to ensure timely submission of
invoices or resubmission of corrected invoices. This role acts as a
primary support and back up for the E-Billing Supervisor and Working
Capital Controller. Your responsibilities as an E-Billing Analyst will
include but are not limited to:
Coordinate all aspects of E-Billing for assigned attorneys.
Implement clients on applicable electronic billing systems.
Effectively communicate to appropriate Firm personnel the timeline
for implementation and the specific electronic billing system
requirements to which we will need to adhere.
Assist billing team with submitting monthly e-invoices to clients.
Ensuring all client and firm guidelines are followed during submission.
Act as a liaison between billing/collections team, billing
attorneys, secretarial staff and clients regarding E-Billing, as directed.
Manage the electronic invoice submission process and track the
status of electronic invoices from submission to acceptance.
Identify, research, and troubleshoot rejected invoices and other
issues as they arise so that electronic invoices are properly
submitted and accepted by clients. Interact with various groups,
including the billing group, collections team, partners, and
secretaries, to expedite the acceptance of electronic invoices.
Responsible for monitoring new timekeepers. Work closely with
rates team to determine the correct rates for those new timekeepers
and submit for approval through the electronic billing system.
Ensure the new timekeepers are accepted in a timely manner and
follow-up as necessary to resolve any issues.
Coordinate resubmission of invoices with billing team, billing
attorneys, secretaries, and client representatives. Ensure
corrective action is in place for future submissions.
The E-Billing Analyst will work with the client arrangements team
to ensure the communications to the billing group on the arrangement
terms, including populating, maintaining, and updating data for
assigned clients in Elite 3E system.
Assist with month-end and year-end closing and reporting as directed.
Assist with special projects and ad-hoc requests as directed by
E-Billing Supervisor and Working Capital Controller.
Other duties as they arise.
Education:Bachelor's degree or higher, and/or related
job experience, required.
Experience:3+ years of professional work experience
in a law firm environment, preferably in E-Billing & legal billing knowledge.
Skills and Ability
Service oriented and self-motivated individual who consistently
performs with a high sense of urgency and pride in product.
Superior detail-oriented proofreading skills.
Capable of exceeding expectations of internal (partners and
attorneys) and external (clients) constituents on a regular basis.
Extensive experience with billing software, preferably Elite 3E.
Extensive knowledge of E-Billing platforms such as E-Billing Hub
Tymetrix, Serengeti, Legal-X, etc., and processes with multiple
workflows is desirable.
Some experience working with London Markets, Insurance Groups, and
3rd Party Payers (preferable, but not critical).
Demonstrated understanding of complex billing and rate arrangements.
Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office products.
Working knowledge of LEDES electronic files.
Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal
skills, and an ability to establish and maintain relationships with
partners, attorneys, finance staff, clients, brokers, and other
It is the policy of the Firm to recruit, hire, promote, reassign,
compensate and train highly qualified persons without regard to
race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,
religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis
protected by applicable law.