Insolvency Administrator

14 Mar 2017
11 Apr 2017
Recruitment Genius Ltd
Public Sector
Job Level
Contract Type
Full Time
This licensed insolvency practise in Birmingham is looking to recruit experienced Insolvency Administrators to its expanding and friendly insolvency team.

Already familiar with corporate insolvency, you will gain further exposure to formal insolvency cases.

Reporting to Insolvency Managers and Insolvency Practitioners, you will manage a portfolio of cases that vary in size and complexity: Company Administrations, Liquidations and Company Voluntary Arrangements.

Insolvency Administrator Duties:
- Managing case delivery incorporating pre-appointment, progression and closure.
- Understanding key commercial aspects of the insolvent company's business.
- Providing regular progress reports to the Insolvency Manager and/or Insolvency Practitioner.
- Investigating Directors' conduct.
- Preparing for and attending creditors meetings.
- Managing asset valuation and realisation.
- Providing recommendations for sign-off by the Insolvency Practitioner.
- Attending clients' site to secure the premises and/or assets where necessary.
- Maintaining IPS case diaries and IPS set-up.

Personal Attributes:
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Highly numerate.
- Able to manage a varied workload and work effectively under pressure and to deadline.
- An enthusiastic and positive team player.

- Two years corporate insolvency experience.
- CPI qualification would be an advantage.

Salary Negotiable / Birmingham City Centre Offices

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