The Billing and Accounts Receivable Analyst (‘Analyst’) is a subject matter expert on the Law Society billing and accounts receivable function with accountabilities for posting of cash receipts and daily close of the sub-ledger to the general ledger. Responsible for analysis of licensee and candidate accounts receivable and billing data for the purposes of ensuring accuracy of balances for purposes such as suspension, financial statements, billing, reconciliation of subledger to general ledger, and balance sheet analysis. The Analyst manages the set up and administration of the annual and monthly pre-authorized payment plan (‘PAP’), including electronic file preparation and reconciliation of transmission to the bank, ensuring accurate entry and tracking of licensee information. The Analyst participates in the annual mass billing assisting with both testing, reconciliation, and review of invoices for accuracy.
The Analyst manages the monitoring and collection of the Society’s Repayable Allowance Program (RAP) including negotiation of payment arrangements with licensees and managing the relationship with third party collection agent dealing with delinquent accounts.
The Analyst participates in identifying improvements to departmental workflow, streamlining processes and provide input into department policies.
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