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Wanted: Staff Attorney, Accounts Receiveable Clerk and More

Here's who's hiring in and near Clayton, University City and Ladue.

Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch teams up with neighboring Patch sites to find organizations with open positions. Here are the three opportunities we found this week.

Who's Hiring: St. Louis County
Location: Clayton
Job: Law clerk and staff attorney
Category: Full-time
Experience: Candidates should have a degree from an accredited law school and a license to practice in Missouri.Those who have experience in judicial clerkship are preferred.
Responsibilities:
Perform research for judges, present recommendations regarding legal questions, compile references and more.
Pay:
Between $17.92 and $20 an hour
To Apply: Those interested in applying for the law clerk and staff attorney position may do so online before 11:59 p.m. Nov. 23.

Who's Hiring: Cintas
Location: University City
Job: Accounts receivable clerk
Category: Full-time
Experience: Accurate typing at 30 words per minute. Prior Accounts Receivable experience, preferred. Telephone collections, preferred.
Responsibilities:
Responsible for all accounts receivable related administrative functions, including contacting delinquent customers via phone to secure payment, assisting with printing and mailing of statements, reviewing account histories with customers, and posting payments, credit memos and adjustments. Daily duties include heavy phone activity and computer use, as well as filing and faxing of customer invoices and information and meeting monthly accounts receivable goals.
To Apply: Those interested in applying for the accounts receivable clerk position may do so online. Click HERE to apply online.

Who's Hiring: Stifel Nicolaus
Location: St. Louis
Job: Mailroom clerk
Category: Full-time
Responsibilities:
Prepare mail for distribution, pick up and deliver correspondence and sort customer confirmations, among other duties.
To Apply: Those interested in applying for the mailroom clerk position may do so online.

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