Insolvency Administrator/Senior Insolvency Administrator

£24k - 38k

At Stonebridge, we are partnered with a prestigious firm who are looking for experienced Insolvency Administrators to join their Birmingham team. With over 20 offices nationwide, this role can offer a great work culture, market-leading salary and the opportunity for fantastic career progression. Due to the high amount of work being won, the team is looking to recruit at both Junior and Senior levels.

You’ll be working for a well-established team and will be tasked with case management for a portfolio of corporate insolvency cases. In addition, where appropriate, you may assist Managers on corporate advisory assignments for the stakeholders of under-performing corporates.

Key Responsibilities

· Occasional client contact in conjunction with managers.

· Understand and appreciate key commercial aspects of the insolvent company’s business.

· Administer a case portfolio, ensuring all statutory, regulatory, and internal procedures are met.

· Identify and discuss with manager issues/problems and agree and complete appropriate actions.

· Ensure deadlines are met and case progression can be demonstrated across own portfolio.

· Be able to work on several different assignments at one time.

· Setting up and maintenance of files and other reporting tools.

· Assisting at meetings.

· Drafting/preparation of documents required for statutory processes (e.g. notices of general meetings, circulars to creditors, progress reports).

· Maintenance of case checklists, reporting and compliance diary, and electronic case records.

· Drafting all routine case correspondence.

· Analytical review of information to facilitate case strategy or to fulfil reporting requirements.

· Dealing with creditor telephone enquiries.

Key Competencies

· Planning and organising: to ensure all client work is carried out within the appropriate timescales through continual monitoring of case progression.

· Commercial awareness: to have a good understanding of the commercial factors affecting the client and to be able to monitor the commercial effectiveness of work completed.

· Teamwork: working as a team with the other staff, managers, and directors to ensure the department as a whole meets its objectives and all client demands are exceeded.

· Problem-solving: Knowledge to resolve technical issues and organisation to resolve client demands.

· Customer focus: ensuring clients' expectations are exceeded, by providing a first-class service at all times.

· Analytical skills - to assess financial and other information to assist clients in understanding their affairs and needs; to identify opportunities to enhance value for stakeholders.

If you are ready to take on an exciting and rewarding challenge at a firm that will support your career growth, then apply today!