If you want to be a Legal Cashier then as part of your role you will be banking and posting cheques, monitoring bank account balances, maintaining and replenishing petty cash etc.
You will need to be mathematically minded and also have some years experience in a legal practice role.
If you have found a job you wish to apply for and want some help with your application the below covering letter can help as a guide:
Cover Letter: Legal Cashier
Dear Sir/ Madam,
Application for a Legal Cashier
I have recently seen your advert for a Legal Cashier and would like to submit my CV in application of this.
I have previous experience of this role and have worked and have knowledge of a legal environment for over (how many years) doing duties such as maintaining the purchase ledger, drawing, posting and banking cheques, posting regular standing orders and direct debits, notifying fee earns of BACS and Chaps receipts as well as monthly bank reconciliations.
I am a very organised and structured person who works in a methodical manner using task lists to ensure that my roles always get done in an efficient and timely manner.
I enjoy this role that as a mixture of Accounts and the Legal side and feel that I pick up new areas and environments very quickly and will do anything I can to ensure that I am up and running quickly.
I am now seeking a career in this role and seeking a company that I can grow within and develop my skills further.
I am currently on one months notice should you be interested in my skill set. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you think my skills are relevant.
I look forward to hearing from you.