Levitate Recruitment

Insolvency Manager

City of Bristol
£35,000 to £45,000 + benefits package (negotiable dependent upon experience)
02 Jan 2018
01 Feb 2018
Job Role

This Top 10 accountancy firm are seeking an Insolvency Manager to join their established Insolvency department in accordance with their strategic growth plan.You will take on a portfolio of more complex cases to support the Senior Management team. You will be responsible for managing up to 3 staff whilst on assignment, providing ‘on the job’ training and guidance. Main duties will include:

  • Acting as the lead on jobs undertaken
  • Liaising with Directors both pre and post appointment
  • Liaising with Solicitors to obtain legal advice on issues incorporating wrongful trading and other antecedent transactions
  • Responding promptly to formal communications
  • Attending meetings with creditors and shareholders
  • Preparing statement of affairs and estimated outcome statements
  • Monitoring job WIP and costs to budget
  • Allocating costs where appropriate
  • Identifying risk issues and drawing them to the attention of management

From the outset you will have the opportunity to assist with the firms marketing activities. As you progress within the role your duties will become more delegation based, preparing you for a move into management. You will need a proven track record in Insolvency having operated previously at a Manager level. Previous experience of working on Administrations and Liquidations is essential and the CPI qualification would be an advantage.

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