Billing/Accounting Specialist

Job Summary

The Billing/Accounting Specialist supports all members of the team in a variety of administrative accounting tasks, primarily the follow-up of invoices that may become past due. The primary responsibilities for the role are to ensure all invoices have been properly directed for approval and then payment.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Review each invoice in accounts receivable and ensure each has some kind of notation for follow-up every ten business days.
  • Maintain a database of contacts for Accounts Payable to ensure invoices are being directed through the process as necessary.
  • Design strategies to handle clients differently as may be needed to ensure follow-up is directed to the correct individual.
  • Build strong relationships with Accounts Payable departments.
  • Ensure multi-discipline invoices are taken into account for follow-up and no client is contacted if they have not yet received an invoice or have only just received it.
  • Coordinate with Executive Assistants regarding contacts for billing and specific needs for clients.
  • Keep Managing Directors and Billing teams informed on difficult-to-collect invoices and solicit their counsel and aid as needed.
  • Work closely with clients and internal clients to resolve outstanding invoice issues such as identifying duplicate invoices, misunderstandings upon delivery issues, etc.
  • Help resolve issues with posting invoices that may not be correctly labeled in the lock box when posted.
  • Work with Director of Accounting to collect information for auditing purposes.
  • Work with Director of Accounting to ensure Accounts Payable items are properly directed and sent.


  • Required Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED.
  • Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree.
  • Experience: 2-3 years of relevant accounts receivable experience.
  • Knowledge & Skills:
    • Knowledge of basic accounting practices.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office (particularly experienced with Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).
    • Reporting skills.
    • Organization.
    • Time management.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Pleasant client problem-solving skills.
    • Impeccable responsiveness and follow-through.
    • Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

Formed in 1995, VMG is a full-service healthcare transaction advisory and valuation firm focused exclusively on meeting the unique needs of the healthcare services industry. Over its 20-year history, VMG has performed over 25,000 valuation engagements. With offices in Dallas, Nashville, and Denver, VMG is a team of approximately 300 professionals specializing in specific disciplines to assist clients with their healthcare related business transaction needs, including:

  • Fair Market Value Opinions
  • Professional Service Agreement Valuations
  • Financial Reporting Valuations
  • Fairness Opinions
  • Real Estate Appraisals
  • Capital Asset Appraisals
  • Due Diligence Services

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