Insolvency Administrator

About the role

Reporting directly to a manager and the insolvency practitioners, the individual is part of a team responsible for administering a case load of mainly Liquidations. The individual will have responsibility of managing a case load with the assistance of a case manager

Working closely with a Manager/Senior, , your main duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • You will manage a caseload of mainly Liquidations from inception through to closure with assistance from your manager/senior. You will also work on other corporate and personal insolvency cases on an ad hoc basis once proficient to do so after training
  • Preparing all pre-appointment documentation including decision procedure notices, SIP6 reports and Statement of Affairs.
  • Liaising with Directors throughout the process to obtain the necessary information
  • Dealing with creditor correspondence and claims including trade creditors, HMRC and banks
  • Monitoring case diaries and completing statutory work in a timely manner. 
  • Reviewing books and records
  • Handling employee redundancies and claims
  • Performing asset realisations 
  • Dealing with agents and solicitors instructed  where necessary
  • Perform all work through a well established paperless system

Knowledge and Experience

  • Previous experience of Liquidations
  • Good knowledge of insolvency processes
  • Previous experience using IPS (preferred)
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft word and excel

Skills and Abilities

  • Carries out individual responsibilities within a team
  • Shares information and ideas across the team and contributes towards team development and performance to achieve goals;
  • Demonstrates a strong work ethic, to maintain a high working standards and to achieve results and meet deadlines;
  • Maintains effective performance under pressure but knows when to ask for assistance from appropriate individuals;
  • Able to communicate information and ideas (written or orally) in a clear, concise manner;
  • Proactively seeks out opportunities to improve current processes and contributes ideas to continuously improve the quality of service provided by the function;
  • Conducts self in a professional manner at all times and respects the rights and feelings of others;
  • Pays care and attention to the quality of work output.
  • Continues to learn and develop the competencies required for current and future roles;
  • Understands the goals and strategies of the company and aligns own work accordingly. Understands how the job responsibilities relate to the larger work of the company;
  • Ability to prioritise and organise workload, multi-task, adapt quickly to change, and deliver under the pressure of deadlines.

Other information

KJG has a social committee who organise quarterly social events including a wide variety of activities.


  • 23 days holiday
  • Birthday off
  • Pension scheme
  • Company events
  • Death in service
  • Heathshield
  • Flexible and remote working
  • Dress to diary

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

About us

KJG is a 8-partner firm offering a full range of accounting services including audit, accounts preparation, tax planning, corporate recovery, corporate finance and forensic accounting. The firm deals with a wide range of predominantly owner-managed businesses ranging from new start-ups to companies with turnover in excess of £100m.

KJG is a part of the Xeinadin Group which has over 100 offices throughout the UK and Ireland giving us the ability to work collaboratively throughout the country.

Although we have specialists offering a range of services, we pride ourselves in working as a single team, offering our clients the support and advice they need, in difficult circumstances.

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