Insolvency Administrator - Buckinghamshire - Levitate Recruitment

Insolvency Administrator – Buckinghamshire

Job ID: KEMARL77189

Location: Marlow Buckinghamshire

Salary: £20,000 - £25,000 + benefits package (negotiable dependent upon experience)

We are currently working with a specialist Restructuring & Insolvency firm that is keen to strengthen their team in recruiting an Insolvency Administrator. The firm strongly believe in empowering their workforce and will provide a great opportunity for you to progress to Senior Administrator in a short space of time.

The Role:

  • You will be responsible for managing an ongoing caseload, initially comprising of a wide range of predominantly corporate cases.
  • Deal with and adjudicate on retention of title, secured, preferential and unsecured claims with assistance if necessary
  • Assist team in continuing to trading on site
  • Prepare associated documentation for statutory meetings
  • Deal with day to day correspondence, including non-standard correspondence
  • Prepare accurate books and records inventories, and taking responsibility for the safeguard, removal and storage of such from company premises
  • Some data entry and scanning of case documents as required
  • Complete appropriate banking and cheque request forms in order to ensure that estate monies are handled and dealt with correctly
  • Complete VAT returns
  • Maintain and update IPS case diaries
  • Prepare directors disqualification reports
  • Liaise with professional agents
  • Prepare supporting documents for sale contracts
  • Update and maintain case checklists
  • Attend and assist at meetings both in and out of the office when required
  • Participate in internal and external marketing events as required

Requirements:

  • You will have a proven track record in Corporate Recovery of at least 1 to 2 years.
  • Previous experience of Liquidations is essential although exposure to Administrations work would be ideal.
  • Relevant qualifications would be advantageous but experience and commitment to the role are more important.
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