Case Management Unit Team Administrator x2, Open to flexible working
We believe we’re best positioned to make a meaningful impact on the economy. Every day, we provide a diverse range of organisations with the kind of business and financial advice it takes to do this. Our ideas and insight empower our clients to make big decisions about the future and unlock sustainable growth. With a relentless focus on quality and integrity, we help businesses, communities and our people to flourish.
Let’s talk about the job
If you enjoy working on a wide-reaching range of projects that will help businesses and communities flourish, you’ll fit right in. Here are some things you can expect from this Case Management Unit Team Administrator 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.
Own your own work. The department needs an Administrator to carry out tasks such as maintaining records for insolvent estates using the Insolvency Practitioner Software (IPS), processing creditor claims, filing, storage, responding to general post and ad hoc tasks within the department and for other departments
Be a part of a team. Case management and compliance is the key part of the role and in carrying it out, it is important to report to team members on a regular basis to update them on task progression
Take responsibility. You’ll be assisting with the setup of template documents, including statutory reports and initial correspondence, dealing with day one notifications on new cases and setting up and electronically filing file reviews. This role is key to the smooth running of the wider department and you’ll be responding to general correspondence and closed case correspondence, assisting with chasing/agreeing unsecured creditor claims and arranging for the signing and circulation of reports.
Build your brand. You’ll play a critical role in a large, national team and have the opportunity to develop your skills and career within the firm. You’ll be liaising with utility companies, requesting final invoices on trading cases and assisting with making payments on Transaction Processing System (TPS), so the role has large internal and external scope.
The minimum criteria
- Experience of working in an administration role or finance administration role
- Ability to demonstrate attention to detail
Skills to set you apart
Here are a few more skills we are looking for. Don’t worry if you don’t tick every box. It’s important for us to support you in your role and help you to develop along the way.
- good writing skills – you’ll be preparing clear and routine correspondence to creditors and other stakeholders using standard templates
- understands and adheres to risk management requirements e.g. money laundering, risk management manual
Do you care about the same things we do?
We have six values we work by. When we meet, we’ll want you to show us how they’re important to you, too.
Collaboration: We work together, share ideas and always make time to help each other out.
Leadership: Everyone has the chance to lead their own projects.
Excellence: Quality is central to our purpose. We love what we do, and it shows. We sweat the details. We see things through, no matter how tricky.
Agility: The world moves quickly. To keep up, we stay flexible – changing approaches, changing projects, working offline, online, together and alone to get things done.
Respect: A given, of course: we value each other and our clients. We listen, we understand, we care.
Responsibility: The decisions we make and advice we give affects people’s lives and livelihoods. We take that seriously and always do well by doing what’s right.
Share ideas and profits
Unlike most firms, we’re also a shared enterprise. So when the firm does well, everyone does well by taking home a share of the profits. Of course, to get those profits, we need to share ideas and share responsibility for our work, too.
Bring your whole self
Now you’ve seen our values, it shouldn’t be a surprise that we’re creating a respectful, open, diverse place to work. Building an inclusive culture, where we value difference and respect our colleagues, is not just the right thing to do, it helps our people to perform at the best of their ability and realise their potential.
“We are committed to making sure that the opportunities within our firm are equally accessible for everyone – regardless of background or gender.” Dave Dunckley, CEO
There’s more to life than work
Families, children, sports, night classes…the things you do and the people you’re with outside work matter. They can inspire, motivate and energise you. Inside the office and out. So if you’d like to work flexibly, let us know. 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.