Restructuring Services Junior Case Administrator

13 Mar 2018
18 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Purpose

The purpose of the role is to support the senior members of the team in the administration and progression of a varied corporate case portfolio of Insolvency matters including administrations, receiverships, liquidations, CVA’s and Personal insolvency cases, reporting to a line manager.


A wide variety of clients including banks, other financiers, accountants, solicitors and breweries.

Job Role

• Setting up new cases on IPS (Corporate recovery software) and preparing all relevant paperwork for new cases.

• Prepare routine correspondence and meet statutory filing deadlines.

• A full understanding of the IPS diary system and the importance of meeting deadlines.

• Dealing with initial notices to Registrar of Companies, court, advertisements and reports to creditors following appointment.

• Set up of creditors and debtors on IPS and maintaining creditors and debtor files with up to date control schedules, dealing with creditor queries and disputes.

• Agree routine preferential and non-preferential creditor claims and assist with issuing distributions to creditors.

• Prepare reports and notices for annual and final meetings, incorporating managers' comments on case specific issues.

• Take minutes of statutory meetings.

• Complete and submit post insolvency VAT and corporation tax returns.

• Assist senior members with retention of title claims.

• Control the collection of debts, dealing with routine disputes.

• Assisting in implementation of asset realisation strategy.

• Preparation of documents for cash-book receipts and payments. Review incoming invoices and arrange payment as necessary.

• Arrange for control and custody of company records.

• Complete the investigations into the company’s affairs and submit the relevant return to The Insolvency Service.

• Produce case reviews in accordance with the firm’s review procedure and provide feedback on the progress of each assignment to the partner.

• Drafting of statement of affairs and creditor reports, updating IPS and generally attending to compliance, dealing with creditor enquiries, maintaining company records.

• Manage the day to running of each assignment providing feedback on the progress of each assignment to the manager/partner and keep all other staff involved in the assignment fully informed of relevant developments.

• Be proactive in dealing with outstanding matters on the assignments.

Person Specification

• A graduate / trainee / CPI student

• Some experience in corporate insolvency is desirable although not necessary as full training will be provided.

• Proficient and competent in using MS Office.

• Self-sufficient, with the ability to plan and manage own caseload.

• Team worker.

• Good verbal communication skills, being able to confidently and articulately deal with all parties in what can sometimes be difficult situations.

• Good written communication and presentation skills including a high standard of letter writing.

• Organised and methodical with proven planning and prioritising skills.

• Able to produce high quality, detailed and accurate work.

• Able to work on own initiative to strict deadlines and under pressure.

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About Mazars

Mazars is all about people – we believe that each individual makes a difference to the Mazars culture. As an international firm with strong European roots, we are a melting pot of different cultures and disciplines. Diversity is one of our main strengths.

We are an international, integrated, transparent and independent organisation specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal, and advisory services. The Group has a presence in 77 countries and draws on the expertise of 17,000 professionals.

We all work within a culture of high support and high challenge at Mazars. We are not afraid to take on new and greater responsibilities. But we do this through encouragement – not pressure and competition.

Mazars LLP is an equal opportunities employer and all applications received by the firm will be considered by the firm on the basis of their merit alone and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of background. All offers of employment will be conditional on the candidate having/securing the right to work in the UK and providing the firm with evidence of that right (as required by the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006) prior to employment commencing.