BDO

  • Senior Consumer Insolvency Administrator

    Job Locations CA-ON-Peterborough
    Posted Date 3 days ago(1/14/2019 12:31 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-7035
    # Positions
    1
    Job Type
    Full Time
    Years of Experience
    2
    Job Industry
    Accounting and Auditing Services, Business and Professional Services, Financial Services and Banking
  • About Us

    BDO. Because relationships matter.
     
    There are many world-class accounting & advisory firms. Far fewer that offer a culture so rich in professional opportunity, personal fulfillment, and long-term growth. At BDO, we understand that exceptional service to our clients begins – and ends – with exceptional regard for our people. Because at its core, our business is not about numbers or spreadsheets, dollars or pence, but about people working with, for, and in service of others. In short, because relationships matter.

    Job Description (EN)

    Position Summary

     

    BDO’s Financial Recovery Services (FRS) practice has established a reputation for uncompromising commitment to service, quality and results.  Our financial recovery specialists provide creative, constructive, and cost-effective solutions for troubled companies and individuals.  Our professionals combine their business management, analytical and insolvency skills with hands-on industry experience to ensure our clients receive consistent and personalized service.

     

    Our Peterborough Financial Recovery Services practice has an immediate opening for a Senior Consumer Administrator. The Senior Consumer Administrator will be responsible for various functions related to consumer bankruptcy, consumer proposal and other general enquires in Peterborough and the surrounding area.  The successful candidate will be an organized and professional individual that is adaptable, has strong interpersonal skills, is comfortable with numbers and be able to function within a strong local team environment.  The successful candidate will also be responsible for various functions related to bankruptcies and proposals.

     

    Responsibilities will include:

     

    • Assist debtors and creditors, both in person and by telephone, as it relates to bankruptcies and proposals
    • Review interview forms, prepare files, documents and estates for input to industry specific software
    • Perform initial consultations, upon qualification
    • Perform counseling sessions, upon qualification
    • Realize on assets, administer Estates for surplus income, mediation, court discharge administration, administer proposals, prepare interim and final statement of receipts and disbursements
    • Prepare cheque requisitions and deposits forms

     

    Qualifications & Behavioral Competencies will include:

     

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to prioritize with the flexibility to manage multiples tasks and a variable workload as required
    • Proficient in MS Word (Word, Excel, Outlook)
    • Knowledge of Ascend would be a definite asset
    • Minimum of 2 -3 years of previous Insolvency experience
    • Enrolled or completed BIA Administrator Course is preferred
    • Enrolled or completed BIA Counseling Course is preferred
    • Must be able to liaise well with staff and outside parties

     

    Why Work for BDO?

     

    • BDO is the 5th largest accounting and advisory network in the world
    • At BDO we consider our people to be our most valuable asset; we offer the opportunity to grow and develop in an innovative and collaborative environment.
    • We offer an unmatched degree of flexibility to help you professionally and personally succeed
    • We provide competitive salaries, a flexible benefits package and a matching RRSP option
    • Opportunity to work with a diverse team

     

    Our Vision: One Firm engaged to make a difference through valued relationships with our people, clients and communities.

     

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