Location: Calgary, Alberta
Type - Permanent, Full Time
We are seeking an Asset Specialist to join our Insolvency Administration Team. The successful candidate will be part of an effective team built around a client centric delivery model. The Assets Specialist participates in the administration of bankruptcies and consumer proposals by facilitating liquidation of a variety of assets, such as real estate, vehicles, recreational equipment and other items. The candidate will be provided training, coaching and will be rewarded for assisting the team. If you enjoy auctions for recreational vehicles, cars and real estate this could be a very rewarding position for you.
+ You have experience valuing assets, not limited too, but primarily focused on Real Property and motorized vehicles, including, automobiles and trucks, recreational vehicles, ATV’s, and motorcycles.
+ You have experience in various online tools to aid and substantiate your asset valuation, including Municipal and County Tax Assessment Notices, Google, MLS reports and comparative reports, an understanding of the information available in Canadian Black Book, Autotrader, and Kijiji.
+ You are comfortable in communicating both orally and in writing with Real Estate Professionals, Banking and Credit granting representatives, and Auction Professionals.
+ You are comfortable in communicating, both orally and in writing with enforcement agencies, such as Sheriffs and Civil Enforcement Agencies.
+ You have bank/lending experience with a financial institution with a specialization in mortgage and secured/unsecured lending.
+ You have experience reviewing and understanding Security Agreements, Liens, and Encumbrances.
+ You may have Insolvency experience.
+ You are able to prioritize and function well with time sensitive tasks and are able to meet critical deadlines.
+ You are familiar with Microsoft Office Suite, and standardized office equipment, such as computers, printers, and scanners.
+ You can communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders and will, at all times, communicate with our clients with courtesy, professionalism, and empathy, often in difficult and emotional circumstances.
+ You possess excellent English skills, both orally and in writing.
+ You are able to work flexible hours in accordance with business needs.
+ Prepare various reports in respect of asset reviews required by the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA).
+ Conduct searches as required, including Land Titles, Motor Vehicles, and Personal Property.
+ Contact stakeholders, including individuals, banks, credit unions, trust companies, and any other credit granters that may have an interest in the asset.
+ Take ownership for the files under your review.
+ Self identify training needs as required.
+ Be an excellent communicator.
+ Ensure the accuracy of documents and records.
+ Work collaboratively with a dedicated team.
+ Always be aware of time sensitive deadlines.
+ Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC).
+ Canadian National Association of Real Estate Appraisers.
+ Alberta (other Provinces/Territories can be included) Assessors Association.
+ Graduation from the Auctioneering College of Canada.
The Location: This position based out of our brand-new office in downtown Calgary, we are just steps from the beautiful Bow River and 2 blocks from Calgary’s c-train. As an eco-friendly company, we support our employees by offering a company paid monthly transit pass. Our employees enjoy an open work space with ergonomic sit-stands desks.
+ We offer a competitive salary including great benefits, wellness days, on site gym, and a Company matching Group Savings Plan.
+ We foster an environment of work life balance and support Professional Development.
+ We are passionate about our clients and our people.
+ We are believers in being stewards of the community and support a number if initiatives, such as Ronald McDonald House and feeding the hungry in time of need.
+ We celebrate staff birthdays and welcome new employees with company sponsored lunches and social events.
+ We are dedicated to our core values, integrity, ethics and honesty. We strive for the trust of all of our stakeholders and develop long term relationships. We are adaptable and encourage empowerment and skills, interests, and cultural diversities of our people.
To apply, please send your resume along with a brief cover letter outlining why you would be the ideal candidate to firstname.lastname@example.org