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Goldhar & Associates is always seeking talented individuals to join our team.  We believe that our team members are our most valuable asset and are dedicated to supporting their growth and development. We are confident that you will find a rewarding career with Goldhar & Associates. If you are interested in exploring career opportunities with us, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Consumer Practice – Vancouver

We are Goldhar & Associates Ltd. (Goldhar)

Goldhar is a family firm providing insolvency services and business advisory services within Ontario and Atlantic Canada. Being a small and local firm is an advantage for our clients, our people, and the communities in which we work and live. We believe that what we do matters, and we strive to make a difference every day.


A career with Goldhar will provide you an opportunity to:

  • Work with a team of professionals who assist individuals and businesses with a wide range of financial and insolvency services;
  • Continue to grow your connections within your community to grow our market share;
  • Be part of a unique work culture that challenges you to further your professional development and enlarge your chosen career path;
  • Be part of a fast growing environment with well-respected professionals who are locally renowned in their respective field; and
  • Develop solutions with clients and co-workers through collaborative debate and discussion


As a Licensed Insolvency Trustee your responsibilities will include:

  • Acting as the sole intermediary between the debtor and all stakeholders;
  • Assisting the firm with the development and growth of its existing insolvency practice;
  • Promoting and meeting with new referral sources to explain and engage them as the trusted advisor regarding insolvency services;
  • Administrative duties such as: drafting documentation to expedite inputs, and other tasks as required;
  • Resolving technical issues and seeking advice from fellow team members when needed;
  • Ensuring statutory deadlines are met for all files under their direction;
  • Demonstrating flexibility to the demands of debtors, and Managers/Trustees;
  • Travel as required in Western Canada; and
  • Other duties as required


Our Unique Culture

We have a talented, intellectually curious team and a unique culture that we work hard to preserve. We want you to achieve your full potential and are aware that our success as a family business depends on each of our people building strong and challenging careers that they can be proud of. Using our values as our guide, we empower our people to make a difference in every interaction with one another, with clients, and in the communities in which we work and live.

The skills and behaviors required for this position include:

  • Minimum 3 years of insolvency experience;
  • Holds your Licensed Insolvency Trustee;
  • Completed Insolvency Counselor’s Qualification Course;
  • Specific proficiency in sales- including exceptional interpersonal, problem solving and decision making skills;
  • Able to work with minimum supervision;
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills;
  • Excellent computer skills (Ascend); and
  • Self-motivated


The skills and behaviors that would be considered assets for this position include:

  • Strong verbal skills
  • Bilingualism is an asset

Insolvency Administrator (Input and Review)

We are currently seeking an individual to join our team as an Insolvency Administrator with a focus on inputting and reviewing.   The successful candidate should have a strong background in insolvency.



  • Inputting all data/file particulars in a timely manner
  • Determining if documentation is missing and communicating with individual debtors to obtain the outstanding information
  • Running all asset related searches
  • Provide backup for review/quality control of files as needed, ensuring Firm standards, OSB standards and CAIRP standards are met
  • Meet with new debtors as needed
  • Other responsibilities that may be determined


Skills required include

  • Strong computer-related proficiencies including Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Knowledge of Insolvency Software preferably Ascend
  • Excellent organization and communication skills, including the ability to write and express yourself verbally in a professional manner
  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment and adaptable to change
  • Time management skills including the ability to prioritize multiple and sometimes conflicting demands and often work under time pressures and deadlines
  • Confidence in interaction with external clients
  • Pleasant with the always positive and professional manner


Location of Position

Any of the below:

  • Ontario
  • Nova Scotia
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Prince Edward Island