Insolvency Support Services is an award-winning provider of a uniquely complete range of support services, including training, outsourcing, compliance and practice support, to the UK insolvency market ( e.g. professional practices, regulators, local and national government). Our offering includes face-to-face, online and client-site training courses; independent compliance reviews; practical case progression; technical support; ad-hoc closure programmes; provision of document packs and checklists and support on complex insolvency case matters.
Due to client demand for our services, we are looking to expand our team with the addition of an experienced, skilled and enthusiastic insolvency professional.
Key responsibilities for this role will include:
- Production and delivery of training materials for various learning streams, based on insolvency (and related) legislation and regulation as applies in the various jurisdictions of the UK.
- Maintenance of online learning resources.
- Document pack production, review and revision, as required (Scotland, Northern Ireland and E&W law).
- Checklist production, review and revision, as required (Scotland, Northern Ireland and E&W law).
- Compliance services on-site and by remote delivery.
- Ad hoc technical assistance (internally and externally) by telephone and email.
- Development and maintenance of client relationships through attendance at UK-wide networking and training events, and participation in social media.
Ideally candidates will:
- Have relevant insolvency experience and demonstrate strong technical knowledge.
- Have professional qualifications (CPI as a minimum and JIE preferred).
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Have excellent organisational skills and an ability to work to deadlines.
- Be an engaging speaker and effective trainer.
- Be able to quickly assimilate new legislation and translate into practical action points for clients.
- Have a good working knowledge of MS Office applications (Word, Excel and Outlook). Having advanced knowledge of PowerPoint for production of training material would be advantageous.
- Be willing to acquire IT skills relating to other applications, platforms and programmes.
- Be highly motivated, able to use their initiative and work under limited supervision.
- We support the continuous development of our team members and if you are looking to grow your skills, we can support this through a guided training and development programme.
- We operate a flexible working environment. You will be principally based at home but will be expected to travel as our UK client requirements demand or when event attendance is required. Your working hours and pattern can be designed to fit your needs. Requests to work full-time, annualised hours, compressed working hours or part-time will be considered.
- Contributory workplace pension.
- 31 days annual leave (minimum). Includes an allowance for public holidays which, except for Christmas and New Year, can be taken at any time.
- Ability to buy additional holidays/take unpaid leave.
- Salary package is dependent on qualifications and experience.
To apply, please forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement of no more than 500 words, setting out your suitability for the role.
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We encourage applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we do not discriminate on the basis of a person’s gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or any other protected characteristics. Please let us know if you require any adaptations to allow you to apply for this post.
Applications should be submitted before 23:59 on Friday 9 September 2022.