Every day our teams help people in businesses and communities to do what is right and achieve their goals. If you enjoy working as a team, organisation and meeting deadlines, you’ll fit right in.
Here are some things you can expect from this Insolvency Administrator role. The role is a key part of the day to day running and success of a busy insolvency team. You will be working alongside colleagues locally and nationally working to deadlines and managing conflicting priorities so teamwork and good communication are essential. Work is to be completed to a high degree of accuracy and submitted in accordance with internal and external policies and guidelines
We’re happy to talk flexible working and consider reduced hours and job shares, we’ll support you to balance your work and life.
A look into the role
Making quality second nature. This means doing what’s right even when no one’s looking. The work that you will do has a major impact on our clients and our firm. We pride ourselves on the high-level standards we have for the work that we do. You will be expected to respond to correspondence promptly, meet deadlines and produce high quality work. Training and support will be provided on the job alongside appropriate workshops to enable to achieve the standards required.
Own your own work. You will be responsible for monitoring and carrying out compliance tasks on a portfolio of statutory insolvency cases along with assisting the delivery team with administrative tasks.. Tasks will include but are not limited to preparing reports and correspondence, preparing VAT returns and invoicing. You will need to build relationships with the delivery teams in Bristol and other offices and keep up to date with regulations and requirements
Be a part of a team. You will be part of a team in Bristol responsible for a varied caseload, many of whom have many years experience and are able to provide full training and support. You will also work with teams across the regions. Team work is an important part of the role.
Take responsibility. There will be conflicting demands you will, therefore, need to be self-motivated and have good time management and organisation skills. You will be expected to take ownership of what you do, keeping job and people managers advised on progress and any problems.
Knowing you’re right for us
Joining us as an Insolvency Administrator the minimum criteria you’ll need is GCSE’s or equivalent, It would also be great if you had some of the following skills, but don’t worry if you don’t tick every box, we’ll help you develop along the way.
Word /Excel experience
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong organisation and time management skills
Knowledge of IPS and Unit 4
Knowing we’re right for you
Embracing uniqueness, the culture at Grant Thornton thrives on the contributions of all our people, we never settle for what is easy, we look beyond to deliver the right thing, for everyone. Building an inclusive culture, where we value difference and respect our colleagues helps our people to perform at the best of their ability and realise their potential.
Our open and accessible culture means you’ll interact with leaders who are interested in you and everything you bring to our firm. The things that set you apart, we value them. That’s why we give you the freedom to bring your whole self to work and pursue your passions inside and outside of work.
Beyond the job
Life is more than work. The things you do, and the people you’re with outside of work matter, that’s why we’re happy to look at flexible working options for all our roles, and we’ll always do our best to keep your work and life in balance.
The impact you can make here will go far beyond your day job. From secondments, to fundraising for local charities, or investing in entrepreneurs in the developing world, you’ll be giving back to society. It’s that drive to do the right thing that runs through our every move, grounded in our CLEARR values – Collaboration, Leadership, Excellence, Agility, Respect and Responsibility.