Insolvency Manager Role at an award-winning, nationwide Accountancy firm.
Our client focus on providing an innovative approach, going the extra mile to keep clients on-track to achieve their personal and business objectives. As a top 20 accountancy firm they have a passion for advising entrepreneurs and SMEs through our sector-led teams.
They apply the same principles to individuals within the firm. Their people are ambitious, self-motivated and encouraged to develop their skill set and realise their potential.
Innovation is how they sum up the difference they make, as a firm, to their clients and in the way they hire and develop talent. It's finance and accounting expertise, combined with strategic commercial thinking and a promise to add real value across all areas of clients businesses.
You will be based in the thriving Cardiff office and working with a tight-knit team, the role of Insolvency Manager involves being responsible for management of one of the insolvency teams. Having a working knowledge of the insolvency legislation that requires light-touch guidance from a partner or director, the role will require the Insolvency Manager to guide and assist the team in their efforts to manage their case load.
It may also entail some level of business development activities and the Insolvency Manager may be encouraged to develop or continue to develop existing or prospective clients.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
Managing the team including assisting with appraisals
Ensuring the team meet internal and statutory deadlines and manage their cases effectively
Communicating with key stakeholders and work referrers
Assisting the team with case strategy and holding regular portfolio review meetings
Providing training to the team where appropriate
Reviewing the output of the team and providing feedback to ensure a high quality service is provided
Possible involvement in business development activity
Collaborating with others, including providing support and assistance to team members and partners when required
Carrying out investigations within insolvency assignments
Our client offer a dynamic and rewarding environment with exposure to a diverse range of clients and industry sectors. The package and benefits are very competitive and work life balance is part of the company culture. They have multiple office locations across England and Wales and are a strong believer in developing staff throughout their career:
A highly competitive base salary
Generous holiday allowance of 25 days a year (plus bank holidays)
Private Medical Cover
Flexible working policies (core hours are between 10am and 4.30pm)
Each office location has agreements with local businesses which offer great discounts
Learning and Development opportunities throughout your career
Required Skills & Attributes:
Excellent time management skills with an ability to prioritise and ensure that others meet business requirements
Desire to share knowledge and expertise with other members of the team
Ambition in seeking to develop and improve both self and the team
Ability to see talent in others and to make best use of resources
Good verbal and written communication driven by empathy with others and an ability to convey technical issues
Significant experience of a range of corporate and personal insolvency assignments
Eligibility to work in the UK without any restrictions.
A relevant accountancy qualification such as ACCA/ACA/AAT or insolvency qualification such as JIEB or CPI. A proficiency with IPS software would be an advantage.
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