• An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Insolvency Case Handler to join our busy Collections & Recoveries team, based in Maidstone, Kent. This role covers 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday normal business hours. Hybrid opportunities may be available in this role. 

    You will undertake the administration and management of the department’s Insolvency Portfolio including, handling queries and information requests, providing supporting documentation.

    The role:

    • Actively managing and progressing insolvency case and financial difficulty cases
    • Processing clients’ instructions and lodging legal documentation in respect of claims; collecting dividends and accounting to clients
    • Routine communications with clients, customers, third parties
    • Conducting regular cases reviews and liaising with Insolvency Practitioners
    • Handling routine queries raised by clients, customers and third parties as and when required
    • Updating the case management system with key data from the insolvency events for reporting purposes
    • Mail sorting and distribution; cross referencing mail items, performing mail scanning, and other general administration duties

    Are you the right person?

    You will have a positive and enthusiastic approach to your work with excellent written and verbal communication skills. It is essential you are able to establish and maintain effective communication and relationships with colleagues and clients, promoting a professional business image. Whilst you will have your own responsibilities, for which you will be expected to take ownership and display initiative, you will also be part of a team and so you need to be able to work closely with others and motivated to achieve both personal and team goals. Full training will be provided.

    It is essential that you are IT literate and confident using Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word.

    The position will suit someone who is able to prioritise their work effectively to ensure deadlines are met. You will need to be accurate, methodical, with a good attention to detail. You should also demonstrate good customer service skills in dealing with clients and support Brachers vision, values and culture.

    The ideal candidate will have a professional attitude, being able to recognise and appreciate the need to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality with regard to information security and data privacy.

    This is a great opportunity to join a friendly but hard-working team who apply a ‘can do’ approach to their daily work. We always welcome applications from likeminded people.

    What we can offer you

    Brachers LLP offers a friendly and welcoming environment. Whilst we expect our people to work hard, we also want them to enjoy their work and establish successful careers with us. Therefore, we offer everyone the opportunity to train, develop and grow, alongside a competitive salary and great benefits package including:

    • pension
    • 26 days holiday per year plus bank holidays and an additional day at Christmas
    • discretionary bonus scheme
    • private medical insurance
    • life assurance
    • group income replacement scheme
    • staff discounts; and
    • regular social events

    Apply today

    If you would like to be considered for this role, please complete the form below or submit your CV with a covering e-mail stating your salary expectations and notice period, to humanresources@brachers.co.uk.

    You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

    Please note, we are not currently accepting applications for this role from agencies. Speculative candidates submitted through agencies will not be considered.