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We value professional excellence and offer competitive compensation and exceptional benefits to attract and retain the best talent.

An equal opportunity employer, Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial welcomes qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation or national origin.

Contact: Lisa Stock, Human Resources Manager

A/R-A/P Accounting Clerk

Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLC, a national trial law firm with office locations in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Orlando and Miami is seeking an A/R-A/P Accounting Clerk in our Atlanta office.


  • Client trust accounting including processing of checks
  • Researching unidentified wires/payments/overpayments
  • Responsible for new client files including conflict checks
  • Credit card auditing including charges to client accounts
  • Provide support as needed to the A/P department


  • 5+ years’ experience in accounts receivable, cash applications, and data maintenance
  • Experience with debits, credits, ACH/Wires, posting journal entries and payments
  • Proficient in MS Excel
  • AS400 experience preferred
  • Great attitude with strong customer service skills
  • Team oriented


Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLC, is a national trial law firm with office locations in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Orlando and Miami.  We are seeking a Controller to be responsible for managing a team of accounting professionals in our Atlanta office.  The Controller is responsible for the oversight of all finance and accounting of the organization.  The candidate must understand generally accepted accounting principles and possess strong organizational and supervisory skills.

Primary responsibilities will include the overseeing of monthly billing, collections and  management report production, as well as the administration of the firm’s profit sharing and 401(k) plans.  Overall responsibility for accounts payable & receivable; reconciliation of daily cash receipts, monitor reporting of time and cost entries, provide effective cash management, maintain trust accounts, prepare monthly financial reports, interpreting results, implementing and maintaining internal financial and operational controls, administration of member pay and on-demand reporting.  The Controller will oversee/prepare monthly/quarterly reconciliations (balance sheet and profit and loss), manage monthly closings, prepare journal entries, assist with the preparation and filing of all business returns, and will be responsible to ensure proper operating and trust account policies and procedures.  The Controller will direct and supervise the accounting department, providing leadership and training to the accounting staff.

The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance and prior professional services firm experience (CPA license preferred).  Candidates should have at least 10 years of accounting operations management experience, hands-on experience with financial, accounting and associated reporting systems (Rippe-Kingston/LMS preferred).  Candidates should also possess excellent interpersonal communication and collaborative skills in a team environment.


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