Insolvency Administrator - London

Recruiter
Additional Resources Ltd
Location
London
Salary
£25000 - £35000 Per Annum
Posted
15 Apr 2017
Closes
15 May 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Insolvency Administrator - London

Salary: £25-35k D.O.E

Key Words - Insolvency Administrator, Business Recovery, Insolvency, Business Advisory

Our client, a leading business advisory firm with offices across the country, are looking for an experienced Insolvency Administrator to join their fast-paced and dynamic team. As a result of growth and increased workload there is a need for administrative support across both the corporate and personal insolvency desks.

Key Responsibilities:

Maintain client contact in conjunction with managers.
Assist the Senior Insolvency Administrator with S&W RRS and statutory procedures.
Ensure all areas of the work are completed with any exceptions to this being agreed with the manager.
Understand and appreciate key commercial aspects of the insolvent company's business.
Draft reports in accordance with statutory requirements and other correspondence as required.
Assist with creditor queries.
Provide regular progress reports to the manager
Identify and discuss with manager issues/problems and agree and complete appropriate actions.
Ensure deadlines met and case progression can be demonstrated across own portfolio.
Be able to work on several different assignments at one time.

Requirements of the role include:

A minimum of 1-3 years' experience as an insolvency Administrator
Knowledge of insolvency rules and statutory requirements.
Ability to organise and be able to work on several different assignments at one time.
Confidence and clear in both written and verbal communication

To be considered for this role, please apply with a copy of your updated CV and covering letter.

Key Words - Insolvency Administrator, Business Recovery, Insolvency, Business Advisory

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.