Senior Involvency Administrator

5 days left

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Southampton
Salary
27500.00 - 35000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
27 Aug 2019
Closes
24 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Insolvency Administrator
To GBP35,000
Hampshire

My client is a leading Business Advisory Firm with a prime focus on Insolvency that has seen exceptional growth over the past few years and now operates out of 10 offices across the UK. As a result of continued business wins and success they are looking to hire an Insolvency Administrator and Insolvency Senior into their firm in Southampton.

The Role
*Managing a caseload consisting of Creditors and Members Voluntary Liquidations, Administrations (trading and non-trading), Company Voluntary Arrangements and personal insolvency including Individual Voluntary Arrangements and Bankruptcies;
*Primary focus on Corporate Insolvency
*Attending client meetings with Manager/Partner;
*Maintain fully accurate case files, ensuring they meet with statutory requirements;
*Managing asset valuation and realisation.
*Providing recommendations for signoff by the Insolvency Practitioner.
*Attending clients' site to secure the premises and/or assets where necessary.
*Maintaining IPS case diaries and IPS set-up.

Experience
*Previous relevant experience working on formal insolvency appointments;
*Proven success managing a varied corporate caseload;
*Confident and good communication skills;
*Professional manner including good interpersonal, telephone and letter writing skills;
*Takes responsibility for work tasks and quality, managing own workload and deadlines
*Good standard of education is essential.
*Working knowledge of IPS, Word and basic Excel will be essential.

Benefits
*Very realistic career and achievable career path
*Minimum 3 years' experience in insolvency
*Full CBI and JIEB Study Support
*25 days Holiday + Bank Holidays
*Bonus
*Pension

My client is keen to interview next week as this is an urgent requirement. For my information email (url removed) or call (phone number removed)