Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Glasgow


Full Time Insolvency Administrator required for busy professional practice

Would you like to work for a unique, high performance Insolvency Firm operating across Scotland based in either Dundee, Glenrothes or Glasgow?   Are you interested in being part of a team where you benefit from continuous professional development and a variety of insolvency work within an enjoyable, highly demanding and fulfilling environment?  If so this might be the ideal opportunity for you.

Due to continued expansion, we require a full time Insolvency Administrator to join our busy team.  Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  

Your responsibilities will include

- Progressing volume personal insolvency casework to a high standard timeously.  
- Interview debtors with no assets/contributions only after training period.
- Assessing DCO levels in terms of CFT requirements.
- Involvement in cash room functions.
- Carry out CSOA reviews.
- Co-ordinating telephone enquiries.
- Assisting with creditor adjudications.
- Potential to work towards CPPI or CPI qualification.
- Ad hoc administration tasks as required in fulfilling your role.
- Assisting other team members in maintaining our high level performance at all times.

The successful candidate will be part of a team reporting directly to our Supervisors.

You will be provided with full on the job training.  You should possess excellent multi-tasking and time management skills, have a high level of self-motivation and thrive in a challenging environment.  A comprehensive working knowledge of Office 365 is essential and a knowledge of IPS is preferred.  You will also have excellent communication skills.

Qualifications to standard grade level are a minimum together with no less than one years’ insolvency or money advice experience.   Candidates must also be able to provide a clean Disclosure Scotland document (Employer will cover the cost for the successful candidate).

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