Corporate Insolvency Case Administrator Posted 11 days ago - Expires in 1 month
Corporate Insolvency Case Administrator - Sheffield
Role: Corporate Insolvency Case Administrator
Salary: up to £25K DOE (possibly some flexibility for more experienced/senior candidates)
Our client are a leading industry specialist.
The role is that of a Corporate Case Administrator within the Corporate Team. The individual’s responsibility will be to administer a caseload of CVL’s, MVL’s and Administrations, ensuring that all statutory responsibilities are fulfilled and the IP’s duties to maximise realisations for the benefit of creditors are upheld.
The candidate must be able to manage own workload and meet time critical deadlines; therefore, demonstrating excellent organisational skills.
The candidate should have an overall commercial outlook, ensuring that the firm’s reputation and standards are maintained at all times.
The individual will work closely with Managers, IP’s and other team members to ensure cases progress and close in a timely manner.
The individual will report to the IP/Manager & Assistant Manager. The individual must demonstrate excellent team spirit and ability to work as an effective member of the team.
Duties & Responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities will vary case to case but are likely to include:
Liaising with directors to gather the relevant information in order to prepare necessary reports
Communicating with creditors to address any queries
Preparation of SIP6 reports, Administrators Proposals and Progress Reports in line with insolvency legislation and best practice
Managing own workload to ensure statutory deadlines are met whilst ensuring that work is completed with accuracy and to a department standard
Taking responsibility for ongoing compliance on own portfolio of cases
Provide support and assistance to other members of the team
Attending site visits as and when required
Trading Administrations – financial and day to day operation responsibility
Developing and maintaining strong working relationships with banks/lawyers/financial institutions
The successful candidate:
The candidate should ideally have a minimum of 2 years’ experience of corporate insolvency and a working knowledge of Microsoft products and IPS. The candidate must also be able to demonstrate good report writing skills and be a confident communicator. On-going training will be provided in order to keep the department up to date with changes to legislation.
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