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Careers at turpin barker armstrong

We are a busy firm of accountants, licensed insolvency practitioners and financial advisors offering accountancy, insolvency and financial advice to businesses and individuals.

We have the following job vacancies, please see below for further details:

Payroll Administrator
Junior Insolvency Administrator
Assistant Insolvency Administrator
Insolvency Administrator
Senior Insolvency Administrator

If you would like to apply for one of the roles please send your CV to lindsey.mackenzie@turpinba.co.uk

All Full Time roles come with the following package:

 
  • Full time 37.5 hours per week
  • Office hours Mon-Thurs 8.30-5.45, Fri 8.30-1.00pm
  • Salary according to experience
  • 23 days holiday plus bank holidays (25 days after 1 years’ service)
  • Group personal pension 4% employer/employee contributions 
  • No parking fees (park on road)
  • Employee’s Assistance Programme 
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Cycle to work scheme

Payroll Administrator

We are seeking a Payroll Administrator to work as part of a team with one other Payroll Administrator.   The role requires strong relationships to be built with clients involving excellent written and verbal communication skill.  The successful candidate will possess:

Candidate Profile 

  • A minimum of  3 years’ payroll experience within a Practice or Bureau environment
  • Up to date knowledge of all payroll legislation including SSP, SMP, Tax, NI, RTI auto enrolment etc.,
  • Ability to manage workload and complete jobs within deadlines
  • Iris Payroll software experience is a distinct advantage
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrable attention to detail.
  • A proactive approach to work, happy to go the extra mile
  • Competence using MS Office applications

Main duties include but are not limited to:

  • Processing 180 company payrolls per month, 15 weekly payrolls and 6 bi-weekly payrolls on Iris Payroll Bureau software
  • Ensuring all statutory payments are included
  • Setting up and running auto enrolment pension schemes
  • Telephone contact with clients, answering queries and taking instructions

All offers subject to 5 years of references which are deemed satisfactory to the Practice, evidence of the right to work in the UK and a clear standard DBS check.





Senior Insolvency Administrator

A unique opportunity to join an independent ten Partner firm of accountants who have been established in Sutton, Surrey for over 35 years.

As licensed Insolvency Practitioners, this the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Division promotes a rescue culture and encourages those facing difficulties to seek early advice. Our Insolvency Team, is a mixture of qualified and non-qualified professionals.

The successful candidate will have managed their own portfolio of cases from appointment to closure.  

The primary requirements of this position are:

  • Full lifecycle management of a high volume of portfolio of cases to include a variety of corporate work.
  • Maintain fully accurate case files, ensuring they meet with statutory requirements.
  • Preparing reports to creditors and attending meetings.
  • Statutory reporting.
  • Instructing other professionals.
  • Effective communications with a range of stakeholders, creditors, debtors, directors, solicitors and other professionals.
Qualifications, skills and experience required:
  • A minimum of 3 year’s case administrator experience.
  • Proven success managing a varied case load in an insolvency/restructuring and recovery practice.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrable attention to detail.
  • A proactive approach to work, prepared to go the extra mile to achieve the right results.
  • Builds strong relationships with all stakeholders.
  • Competence using MS Office applications.
  • A sound working knowledge of IPS.
  • A levels – A-C.
  • CPI qualifications is desirable but not essential.
  • Living reasonably local to Sutton or West Byfleet.

Insolvency Administrator

As licensed Insolvency Practitioners, this the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Division promotes a rescue culture and encourages those facing difficulties to seek early advice. Our Insolvency Team, is a mixture of qualified and non-qualified professionals.

The successful candidate will have managed their own portfolio of cases from appointment to closure.  

The primary requirements of this position are:

  • Full lifecycle management of a high volume of portfolio of cases to include a variety of corporate work.
  • Maintain fully accurate case files, ensuring they meet with statutory requirements.
  • Preparing reports to creditors and attending meetings.
  • Statutory reporting.
  • Instructing other professionals.
  • Effective communications with a range of stakeholders, creditors, debtors, directors, solicitors and other professionals.
Qualifications, skills and experience required:
  • A minimum of 3 year’s case administrator experience.
  • Proven success managing a varied case load in an insolvency/restructuring and recovery practice.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrable attention to detail.
  • A proactive approach to work, prepared to go the extra mile to achieve the right results.
  • Builds strong relationships with all stakeholders.
  • Competence using MS Office applications.
  • A sound working knowledge of IPS.
  • A levels – A-C.
  • CPI qualifications is desirable but not essential.
  • Living reasonably local to Sutton or West Byfleet.

Junior Insolvency Administrator (Trainee)

As licensed Insolvency Practitioners, this the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Division promotes a rescue culture and encourages those facing difficulties to seek early advice. Our Insolvency Team, is a mixture of qualified and non-qualified professionals.

We are looking to appoint a Junior Insolvency Administrator which is a trainee position, offering the opportunity of future professional study support which would suit an individual possessing a strong academic record with a desire to work in insolvency/finance.  

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting Insolvency Administrators and Managers in the preparation of documentation for insolvency appointments
  • Liaise with directors, creditors and debtors
  • Process general insolvency case administration
  • Draft correspondence, including reports for review by senior staff
  • Ensure your work is compliant in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • Maintain appropriate records of chargeable time spent on case work

Key performance indicators:
  • Work completed to required standards in agree timescales
  • Documents prepare correctly and in line with standard documentation
  • High level of support to team and colleagues

Key skills and qualifications required:
  • Preferred - a 2.1 degree preferably in Law, Economics, Finance or Business 
  • Essential - minimum of GCSE passes (A-C) in Maths and English plus at least 2 A levels, grades A – C or equivalent qualification
  • Confident and effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Competence using MS Office applications
  • Living within a reasonable commute to either Sutton or West Byfleet.

Assistant Insolvency Administrator

As licensed Insolvency Practitioners, this the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Division promotes a rescue culture and encourages those facing difficulties to seek early advice. Our Insolvency Team, is a mixture of qualified and non-qualified professionals.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1.5 years’ experience within an insolvency environment, ideally at a boutique size practice, with some exposure of managing a small portfolio of cases from appointment to closure.

The primary requirements of this position are:

  • Full lifecycle management of a small portfolio of straight forward cases
  • Assisting management with larger more complex cases.   
  • Maintain fully accurate case files, ensuring they meet with statutory requirements.
  • Preparing reports to creditors.
  • Statutory reporting.
  • Effective communications with a range of stakeholders, creditors, debtors, directors, solicitors and other professionals.

Qualifications, skills and experience required:
  • A minimum of 1.5 year’s case administrator experience.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrable attention to detail.
  • A proactive approach to work, prepared to go the extra mile to achieve the right results.
  • Builds strong relationships with all stakeholders.
  • Competence using MS Office applications.
  • A sound working knowledge of IPS.
  • 3 A levels – A-C.
  • CPI qualifications is desirable but not essential.
  • Living within a reasonable commute to either Sutton or West Byfleet.

Please e-mail detailed CVs to our Human Resources Department – lindsey.mackenzie@turpinba.co.uk