We are always on the lookout for motivated accountants who are interested in a career in insolvency. At times we may not have a position immediately available, however we maintain a list of potential employees for when positions do arise.
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Worrells Adelaide, File Accountant
Our Adelaide office is seeking two motivated accountants, accounting graduates or law graduates who are interested in a career in both personal and corporate insolvency services.
To succeed in this area of accounting, a high level of motivation, a positive attitude, resourcefulness and initiative is required.
Prior experience with an insolvency firm, or other professional practice or general business is preferred, but not essential.
A detailed job description is available here: Position Description – File Accountant
Please email your CV, official academic transcripts and a current police check to: email@example.com
Worrells Melbourne/Brisbane: Financial Controller
We have an opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join our team in either our Melbourne or Brisbane office. If you have over 5 years experience as a Financial Controller and would enjoy working with the partnership team to achieve our business goals then this is the role for you.
For more information the position advertisement is available here: Financial Controller – Job Ad July 2018
Please email a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
What do we do?
Working in insolvency is an opportunity for you to develop a range of skills from the diverse disciplines of accounting analysis and interpretation, business management, business and asset divestment, commercial law, risk management, litigation, financial reporting and personal communication. To succeed in this area of accounting, a high level of motivation, a positive attitude, resourcefulness and initiative is required. Whilst insolvency is exciting and rewarding, some people can find it too demanding and confronting. Insolvency is more suited to people who are confident and assertive. Insolvency requires technical and who are confident and assertive. Insolvency requires technical and
analytical skills and a great deal of the “detective”. Insolvency accountants need to be able to perform under time constraints and be able to make decisions based on available information.All staff form part of an insolvency team. Each file accountant has a supervisor. That supervisor is usually only responsible for a maximum of two file accountants, ensuring the proper amount of attention can be given to training and assisting the file accountants. Each team has at most three supervisors and a manager to ensure that full attention can be given to all staff at all levels.
Enquiries about positions
Applicants interested in providing us with their details and resume can forward same to the firm’s human resource partner in the relevant office.