To provide general support to other administrators and the team to meet client’s needs. Due to the nature of the work, previous administration experience and an interest and ability in handling finance related issues would be advantageous.
This is a great opportunity to join an established and experienced professional team where your career can grow.
- Assisting with Corporate Insolvency Cases
- Liaising with agents and solicitors as directed associated with the cases
- Assisting with the preparation of statutory paperwork
- 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
- Providing ad-hoc administrative support to the team as required
- Filing of all documentation
- Assisting with investigation matters
- Assisting with employee claim
- Receiving and making telephone calls as required
Key Performance Indicators:
- Work completed to required standards in agreed timescales
- Documents prepared correctly and in line with standard documentatio
- High level of support to team and colleagues
Key Skills Required:
- Good communication skills, both verbal and written
- Good IT skills
- Ability to work at all levels
- Ability to adapt to different situations
- GCSE passes in Maths and English of grade C or above plus at least 2 A levels or equivalent
- Willingness to travel when necessary
- Ideally you will have studied a relevant degree which will have either an Accountancy, Business or Law basis. Although candidates with relevant experience or have a strong degree in another area and give the impression that they are likely to have an aptitude for business commerciality will be considered, especially if they have relevant A levels
- A desire and willingness to take further professional examinations in order to progress is a must. For example, once relevant work experience has been gained, you will be encouraged to take your ACA or ACCA accountancy exams if you so desired.
This role will be part of a wider team providing insolvency services to clients. It is seen as a trainee role offering the post holder development and training to enable them to become an Insolvency Administrator.