Insolvency Senior Manager

Location: Dublin

Contract type: Full-time permanent (37.5 hours, Monday to Friday, 0900-1730)

Location: Hybrid (40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4)

Reporting to: Manager and Partners

To apply: Send an email with your CV to [email protected]

About us

Crowe Ireland is a leading accountancy and business advisory firm. We have developed an unrivalled understanding of the Irish business environment and built a national reputation in audit, tax and business consultancy. We provide a comprehensive service to a variety of clients, from owner-managed firms to multinational organisations and some of Ireland's leading national companies. Crowe Ireland is part of the Crowe Global network.

Our dynamic team currently has 13 partners and c. 170 employees, including qualified accountants, taxation practitioners, management consultants, trainees, and administrative support staff.

At Crowe, our culture is one of our most valuable assets. It has been a driving force since our inception in 1941, shaping our firm and our approach to work. Our culture thrives on fostering open collaboration and encouraging active engagement. We hold high expectations from our employees and we provide the support to enable them achieve their goals and to fulfil their potential.

Guided by our values, we have cultivated vibrant company culture that prioritizes enduring, fruitful relationships – within the firm and with our clients – resulting in great, impactful work.

About the role

Crowe Ireland is seeking to recruit a highly talented insolvency professional to work within an existing team. The successful candidate will provide assistance in managing assignments such as Creditors Voluntary Liquidations, Members Voluntary Liquidations, Receiverships, SCARPs, examinerships and other insolvency arrangements to ensure each assignment meets all quality expectations and compliance deadlines. You will work within different sectors and with both trading and non-trading entities and assets.

What will you do?

The responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Managing a diverse portfolio of Creditor and Member Voluntary Liquidations, Receiverships, SCARPs, examinerships, and other insolvency assignments.
  • Ensuring projects and cases are completed within appropriate timeframe and budget
  • Maintain work files for each case, ensuring all paperwork is kept up to date and in proper order.
  • Providing of assistance and advice to clients and Partners on specific projects.
  • Manage work teams and work plans in order to deliver a high quality client service.
  • Act as the senior point of contact for all stakeholders in each case, including the shareholders, directors, and creditors Attend client meetings, keeping up to date records and presenting to clients if required.
  • Keeping client files maintained.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with clients and key intermediaries.
  • Proactively manage WIP / Debtor Ledger.
  • Work within a team environment, with more senior and junior personnel.
  • Work with more junior team members and provide training when necessary.

Essential knowledge and qualifications

The role requires the following skills at a minimum:

  • Honours degree
  • ACA, ACCA or similar professional qualification
  • 1-2 years post qualification experience
  • Preferably with prior insolvency experience in professional practice
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Strong financial analysis skills
  • Good level of proficiency in Word, PowerPoint and Excel
  • Report writing skills
  • Commercially astute

What we offer

  • Exciting hands-on experience in real life projects gaining exposure to different industries and type of client and doing meaningful work
  • Great opportunities of career progression, career development and mentoring.
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Excellent work-life balance
  • Pension
  • Life cover
  • Discounted health insurance
  • Hybrid working model

To apply

Please send your CV with covering email to [email protected].

Applications received will be stored on our system and may be considered for similar positions that may arise within the next year. By applying for this position, you hereby agree to the personal data contained in your application, and provided by you to Crowe, being retained by us for a period of up to one year from the date of receipt of your application. If you are applying for a position and you do not wish for your details to be stored by us, please notify us by emailing [email protected] and we will ensure that such information is not stored other than for the purposes of this application.

Agency policy

Crowe Ireland endeavours to recruit and fill vacancies directly. However, at times when we do need to engage with recruitment agencies, we operate within a preferred supplier list (PSL). We only work and partner with recruitment suppliers where our agreed contractual terms fully in place. If unsolicited CVs are received from any agency not on our PSL, then we will not be liable for payment of introduction fees.