Due to the recent win of a large and prestigious contract, this successful Insolvency division of one of Scotland's largest accountancy practices requires an experienced Personal Insolvency Administrator
This successful accountancy practice is one of Scotland’s longest established larger independent firms of chartered accountants, providing a full range of services to clients including audit (both internal and external), accountancy and valued added, corporate and personal taxation, business advisory, corporate finance and consultancy services. The firm operates a dedicated insolvency department which provides debt solutions to both consumers and businesses.
This role involves dealing with the full remit of property realisation in personal insolvency. As part of a small and busy team, providing direction and support to less experienced staff members.
- Dealing with property realisations/disposal and recommending decisions for property disposals, including working knowledge of Capital Gains Tax
- Liaising with solicitors, surveyors, sales agents, etc
- Liaising with debtor (ie, by letters, phone, personally)
- Identifying and taking control of complex property issues, eg, Act of Division and Sale
- Dealing with Recall procedures in line with relevant legislation, liaising with the debtor, his/her legal representative, the relevant Sheriff Court and/or the AIB Staff who administer the process
- Maintaining appropriate paperwork and performing essential administration processes
- Mentoring and coaching less experienced team members
- Deputising for Team Leader in times of absence
- Liaising with team and department as required
- Any other appropriate tasks, as directed
A competitive remuneration package, an excellent working environment and opportunities for career progression
To be considered for this opportunity, you must have the following experience:
- You must hold CPPI/CPI qualification or equivalent
- You should preferably be educated to higher grade level or equivalent and hold appropriate qualifications in Maths and English, or equivalent.
- You will be comfortable performing in a challenging environment which operates within a compliance driven framework.
- Proven experience of personal insolvency, ie, sequestrations
- Knowledge of IPS (casework management systems)
- Excellent telephone manner
- Flair for fact-finding and probing questioning technique
- Excellent day-to-day use of the Microsoft suite (eg, Outlook, Excel, Word)
- Confident delivery in challenging circumstances
If you have any questions regarding this position then please do not hesitate to contact Alex Allen at the iMultiply office in Glasgow or alternatively you can apply via the link.