Begbies Traynor Group

Insolvency Administrator/Senior Insolvency Administrator

Job Number: IA_1
Contract Type: Full Time
Salary: N/A
Job Location: Bristol/Bath

Job Description

Senior Insolvency Administrator/Insolvency Administrator (depending on experience)

Begbies Traynor Group plc is a growing national professional services company who deliver exceptional advice and support to clients from a comprehensive network of UK and offshore locations.   

We have more than 1,200 colleagues and partners and our professional colleagues include licensed insolvency practitioners, accountants, chartered surveyors and lawyers. 

Begbies Traynor is the UK’s leading business rescue and recovery specialist, providing partner-led services to stakeholders in troubled businesses and we have been appointed to more insolvency cases that any other firm in the UK.  

We provide independent professional advice and solutions in the areas of corporate recovery and insolvency and offer these services to businesses, lenders, investors, professional advisers, charities and individuals.  

As part of our corporate insolvency team, you’ll work from our Bath or Bristol offices, with flexible working available.

What will you do?

You’ll undertake casework as required either individually or as part of a team. You’ll also provide guidance and support to less experienced members of the team and management as required.

Due to the nature of the work and the knowledge required, you will have gained experience in a similar administrative role within an insolvency/restructuring and recovery team and have a good working knowledge of IPS. You will be experienced in all forms of corporate insolvency procedures and LPA receiverships with some knowledge of personal insolvency.

This is a great opportunity to join an established and experienced professional team, where your career can grow.

Key responsibilities:

Assisting with Corporate Insolvency Cases:

  • Liaising with agents and solicitors associated with the cases.
  • Preparation of statutory paperwork and other legal documents.
  • Aiding in the preparation of documents for banks and other financial institutions.
  • Assisting with the disposal of assets, collection of debts and the distribution of funds.
  • Drafting correspondence to creditors and other interested parties on request.
  • Negotiating with both creditor and debtors.
  • Undertaking investigations into assets as required.
  • General support to Partner leading team or case as required.
  • Undertaking investigations into assets as required.
  • General support to Partner leading team or case as required.
  • Provide guidance and support to more junior team members.
  • Delegate work to less experienced members of the team as required. 
What will we do?

As a broader PLC group we’ve doubled in size since 2019 and we have ambitions to maintain that growth profile moving forwards, so we’re looking for people who want to help us shape our future.  We value applied intellect, curiosity and an entrepreneurial spirit and we’re committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive.  We do this by:

  • supporting your professional development, this starts on day 1 as we help you learn about our Group and then we offer ‘development opportunities for all’ so you can tailor your learning to achieve your personal and professional goals 
  • empowering you to manage your wellbeing and supporting flexible working arrangements  
  • being community centered and encouraging you to build your connections across our Group, whether that’s through our Colleague Networks, or by connecting with others at a similar stage of their career, as well as building your connections with local communities by using your volunteering day or perhaps promoting our industries at local schools, colleges and universities. 
  • investing in our people; we’ve recently enhanced our family leave policies and have a flexible benefits offering which includes 
    •    Discretionary bonuses
    •    Company pension
      •    Cycle to work scheme
      • Life Insurance
      • Income protection
      • 23 days’ holiday (plus bank holidays) and option to buy additional leave
      • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
      • Employee discount scheme
      • Social events throughout the year
      • Health & Wellbeing programme
      • Paid volunteer time 
 What we’re looking for
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to work at all levels.
  • Ability to adapt to different situations.
  • Attained Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency.
  • Experience as an Insolvency Administrator.

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