Insolvency experts recruit seven new employees

Company turnaround and insolvency specialist Wilson Field is to recruit seven new staff as part of its business expansion plans.

The new recruits will work at the firm’s Ecclesall Road HQ in Sheffield – where more than 90 people are already employed – in case administration roles in the corporate and voluntary arrangement departments.

Wilson Field is looking for applicants from across South Yorkshire for the three case administrator’s roles and four trainee case administrator’s positions.

The move is part of a drive by the company to deal with an increased workload, offer a broader range of services to clients and retain high quality customer service levels.

Nick Wilson, pictured, MD of Wilson Field Group, said: “The continuing expansion of our busy insolvency practice means this latest recruitment drive. Six are brand new jobs and one is an existing position.

“Wilson Field already employs 90 staff and it’s great news that we can build on this and increase our presence in the area. It is a great opportunity for people to develop a career with Wilson Field at a particularly exciting time and part of our commitment to provide the best possible service for our clients.

“Wilson Field is committed to helping develop all team members, by supporting staff who choose to study and by providing personal development training. This is reflected in the knowledge and empathy that members of the team have when dealing with individuals or businesses with financial problems.”

Successful applicants will provide support and assistance to insolvency practitioners, managers and other team members dealing with documentation and reports for directors, debtors and creditors to ensure nationwide cases progress and close in a timely manner.

Wilson Field Group recently appointed Dominique Upton as Senior Corporate Finance Consultant following the launch of new company WF Financial Solutions which offers commercial financial services to clients to meet finance demands of a recovering economy.