Insolvency Junior / Graduate at Mackay Goodwin

Mackay Goodwinis hiring people as Insolvency Junior / Graduate . The Selected person will be earn at least $55000 – $64999 plus Super NZD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingInsolvency Junior / Graduate
Job EmployerMackay Goodwin
LocationCBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Salary$55000 – $64999 plus Super
Job SectorInsolvency & Corporate Recovery

Your new Opportunity: 

 

Our Sydney based Insolvency team is searching for a junior graduate analyst with a keen interest to grow with us. You will be joining our team and assisting senior staff with a wide range of corporate insolvency and restructuring appointments including Voluntary Administrations, Liquidations, Receiverships and other appointments.  

 

About Us :

 

Mackay Goodwin is one of Australia’s fastest-growing insolvency and restructuring firms. Established in 2014 and now with a team of over 50 across Australia and Asia Pacific. We are a young, energetic and fast paced firm that specialise in corporate advisory, Restructure, Turnaround & Insolvency advice for business. As a team, we strive to be bold and innovative, without the boundaries that traditional practices experience whilst at the same time upholding the utmost ethical and moral principles. We always remember why we do what we do, which is to create something extraordinary out of distressed situations.  

 

 What we can offer you: 

 

We pride ourselves on a flexible and supportive working environment outside the traditional 9 to 5, which we believe forms an engaged, productive and supportive organisation leading to better attitudes and outcomes. We are always looking at ways to evolve and adapt through these unusual times to create a better workplace for the team now and into the future. We want to deliver great results, and have fun while doing it! Our head office in Sydney is located on the top floor of the ASX building and features a brand new fit out, open plan seating, plenty of sunshine with a wrap around balcony, and views of the beautiful Harbour bridge. 

  • Competitive Remuneration package 
  • Strength based performance reviews – Quarterly conversations to help guide the team to be the most productive, engaged & supported that they can be 
  • Employee assistance programs to enhance the emotional, mental, and general psychological wellbeing of all team members 
  • Flexibility to work from home when required 
  • Fast tracked career progression & development 
  • Full financial support to complete professional qualifications such as CPA, CAANZ & ARTIA – we pay for these upfront so you don’t have to! 
  • Paid maternity/paternity leave for primary and secondary carers 
  • Paid study leave 
  • Internal team & one-on-one training sessions 
  • External training including enrolment into the ARITA introduction course 
  • Opportunity to work with industry experts in the Insolvency field 
  • Internal mentor network to assist with your professional development 
  • Welcoming & lively office culture with team bonding events including staff lunches, after work drinks, interstate group trips and annual holiday parties 

  

Key responsibilities of the role would include; 

 

  • Assist with all assigned external administrations; 
  • Assist senior staff on job requirements as appropriate; 
  • Support in monitoring and meeting statutory deadlines; 
  • Liaise with financiers, lawyers, agents, and auctioneers; 
  • Preparing investigative reports; 
  • The day to day fieldwork of various external administrations under the supervision of senior staff; 
  • Recovery of company assets; 
  • Investigations into the Company’s affairs; 
  • Attending to lodgements and reporting to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission; 
  • Reviewing and analysing financial information; and 
  • Reporting to, and communicating with various stakeholders including; directors, creditors, financial institutions, and government departments; 

  

Qualifications, skills and experience required: 

 

  • Completed or in progress tertiary qualifications in Business, Commerce with an Accounting Major or other relevant studies  
  • Studying or keen interest to study CAANZ/CPA  
  • Strong ethical standards 
  • Can do attitude 
  • Excellent time management & organisational skills 
  • Strong communication and report writing skills 
  • Strong attention to detail and analytical skills 
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team 
  • Ability to meet and work towards deadlines 
  • Ability to liaise with banks, lawyers, and other professionals 

  

In addition to a competitive salary with additional benefits, we offer a collaborative  office culture, focusing on your strengths and areas of aspiration. You will receive extensive mentorship and training from our senior staff. This is a great opportunity for the successful candidate to gain practical experience and kick start or further develop your career in Insolvency. Whilst working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, where no two days are the same. 

Apply now by sending your resume and cover letter to [email protected] 

 

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