Found 6 Bookkeeper Law Jobs

A bookkeeper’s responsibility is to keep track of its law firm’s finances. Bookkeepers may also be known as a legal booker or legal cashier or a legal accountant. You may be trained in financial areas which are specific to the legal profession such as the Solicitor Financial Rules. Create an account with The Legists to apply for Bookkeeper jobs in a law firm and Upload your CV to our CV database to get headhunted.

City of London, London
£40000 - £50000 per annum +
Posted 19.04.2021 (88 days remaining)
North London, London
Partner PQE
£100000 - £120000 per annum +
Posted 31.03.2021 (69 days remaining)
City of London, London
£40000 - £50000 per annum +
Posted 22.03.2021 (60 days remaining)
Telford, Shropshire
5 years + PQE
£55000 - £80000 per annum
Posted 02.03.2021 (40 days remaining)
City of London, London
£40000 - £50000 per annum +
Posted 22.02.2021 (32 days remaining)
City of London, London
£75000 - £85000 per annum +
Posted 18.02.2021 (28 days remaining)

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What qualifications should a bookkeeper have?

Some knowledge of standard bookkeeping practices may be recommended. No previous experience is required for entry level positions. By undertaking practical vocational qualifications, you can become qualified and have professional status. These qualifications can be completed at a number of different organisations and can vary slightly depending on organisation.

2. What are bookkeeper duties?

Bookkeepers keep track of the finances involved in a business by handling financial records. This can include tasks such as preparing tax returns, payroll accounting, invoicing, and other administrative tasks in relation to banking and cash.

3. What is the average salary of bookkeeper jobs?

Use bookkeeper jobs to find out what you could be earning.

4. How do I become a bookkeeper?

Through a college course, an apprenticeship, working towards this role, or by applying directly. If you would like to become a bookkeeper is there a college course you may need to meet GCSE requirements which could vary depending on the course. Apprenticeships will also have their own entry requirements but will usually involve English and maths GCSEs or equivalent. If you want to apply for jobs directly, it is likely you will be asked for up to 5 GCSEs including maths and English, and even an A level in a related subject. It is also Possible to start working as an administrator of assistant for a company and an accounts department whilst also undertaking relevant qualifications.