Insolvency Practitioner | Director

Birmingham     Excellent Salary  (Subject to experience)

Are you currently either an Appointment Taking IP or Insolvency Director ?

Are you looking for a New Challenge with a National Practice?
Can you Lead a Team in a growing office?

Do you live in or around Birmingham ?

Do you have the Drive & Passion to lead from the front?

Not a problem if you're Not an Established Work Winner - our client can help you develop your skills

If you think this sound like you then please read on....

Our client is one of the country's leading corporate insolvency, business recovery and financial advisory firms across a wide range of sectors.  Our client is continuing to grow and develop services locally, nationally and globally and are looking for another Insolvency Practitioner to take responsibility for leading the team at their Birmingham office.   Insolvency appointments tend to be right across the range of formal corporate assignments with some advisory work.

You are probably currently either an appointment taking IP or Insolvency Director looking for the opportunity for a new and exciting challenge and to establish yourself as a key player in a ambitious firm.  If you're a work winner then all well and good but winning work is not essential in this role as help will be given to develop and it's more important that you can lead a small but growing team, manage the department and able to work with colleagues across the country and other departments. 


An extremely competitive salary and benefits will be available for the role of Insolvency Practitioner or Insolvency Director subject to experience and qualifications that the successful candidate can bring to the firm.  

The Next Step.....

If this sounds like the ideal role for you, then please Contact Us using the link below and don't forget to attach a copy of your latest CV and remember to Quote the Reference number .
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