Billing Administrator

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 27-Mar-23

Closing Date: 03-Apr-23

Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 1AA

Salary: £23,000.00 per year

Billing Administrator

Billing Administrator – Permanent
Salary starting 23k
Location – Basingstoke
Monday to Friday – 40 hours per week + 26 days holiday

Billing Administrator / Administrator / Billing / Basingstoke / 23k

Our client is looking for a Billing Administrator to join their team working with County Council & London Fire contracts. As a Billing Administrator, you’ll be working within the facilities management team, supporting the operational and office-based teams working on the contracts


Creating and invoicing applications
Creating invoice packs, downloading worksheets, invoices & back-up documentation
Looking into queries submitted by the client, assisting with loading credit purchase agreements
Adhoc tasks to assist in other areas of the business as and when required

Skills and Experience

You have proficient IT skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
You can work in a fast moving, timebound environment
You have experience working in an office environment, particularly with contract and customer/client systems

Benefits for the Billing Administrator:

Competitive Salary
26 days + Bank holidays
Company Car or Car Allowance Option
Up to 7.5% Employer Pension contribution
Private Medical Insurance
Funded Professional Subscriptions
Life Assurance x4 times salary

If you are interested, please call Clarissa on 07551 706205

GI Professional is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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