Job opportunities

The Career Development and Recruitment team are currently working on a wide range of excellent roles with respected employers. Many of the roles are exclusive to us through our extensive member network.

See below for further details of these excellent opportunities and to apply:


Finance & Operations Manager - Software - North Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 12/June/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our technology client is seeking a Financial Operations Manager in Dublin City Centre, while this is a permanent role they are also open to someone who may be interested in an immediate start for a six month contract. The Role: Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, the Financial Operations Manager will be responsible treasury operations, accounts payable, as well as the finance aspects of payroll and contractor costs so a nice broad mix of responsibilities.Key Responsibilities: • Maintenance of banking relationships• Cash management including cash forecasting• Treasury accounting and control• Debt (including lease) management and accounting• Management of accounts payable processes• Driving process improvements, efficiency and strengthening of controls in accounts payable and treasury areas• Policy development and implementation• Accounting for payroll and contractor costs• Implementation and maintenance of payroll and contractor controls including approvals• Liaison with HR and payroll outsourced provider • Management of staff • Driving systems improvement in area of responsibility• Procurement improvements• Other ad hoc projects as may be assignedEssential Skills & Experience:• Qualified ACA • Minimum 3 years (5 preferred) PQE• Accounts payable and treasury• Ability to interpret and explain financial and operational data• Ability to exercise commercial assessment• Ability to meet tight reporting deadlines• Previous management experience• Process and controls improvement• Advanced Excel skills• Excellent verbal and written communication skillsThis is a key role, for a confidential chat call Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant - 6 month contract- Professional Body - Dublin City Centre
Contract
Updated 12/June/2019
Dublin City Centre

One of Ireland's leading professional development bodies has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join its team for a 6 month fixed term contract position.Reporting to the Head of Finance the primary purpose of this role is to assist the Director/Head of Finance in managing the day-to-day accounting operations (including subsidiaries). You will also assist on ad-hoc finance team projects as required.Principal Duties:1) Day to day management and supervision of finance activities, including:a) Contracts process for faculty including contactor payroll b) Purchase ledger processesc) Sales ledger processesd) Bank processese) Monitoring & maintaining accruals and prepaymentsf) General ledger and month end processes 2) Preparation of timely financial reports and analysis, including:a) Preparation and posting of journalsb) Balance sheet and p&l reconciliationsc) Monthly management accounts and related reportsd) Annual accounts and reports and liaising with auditors regarding audit and statutory reportse) Ad hoc financial reports3) Other financial duties as assigned, including: a) Administering the financial aspects of and maintaining good working relationships with key accountsb) Financial analysis for business proposals as requiredc) Finance queries from staffd) Maintenance of Sage 200 system and database, including user testing of system enhancements as requiredTechnical skills:• Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures• Excellent accounting software user and administration skills, knowledge of Sage 200 would be an advantage.• Proficient knowledge of Excel and MS Office productsQualifications and Experience:• Fully qualified Chartered Accountant• Minimum 3 years working in a financial control environment• Strong communication, influencing and team building skills• Excellent planning and organisation skills• Self-starter with record in process improvement and identifying and mitigating key risks and maintaining key controlsIf you are on the look out for a contract position starting immediately then this would be a great stepping stone for you. Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 for a confidential chat or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Part-time book-keeper/Accounting technician - Charity Wicklow
Permanent
Updated 10/June/2019
Co. Wicklow

Part time book-keeper/accounting technician required for a charitable organisation in Wicklow town. The role will require you to work 19.5 hours per week.An overview of the role is as follows:To ensure the provision of appropriate financial accounts and enterprise reports and updates to the BoardTo take responsibility for; (a) the preparation of an annual budget and for ongoing monitoring of expenditure; (b) all written and financial reports to all funders and (c) to work closely with the company auditor, ensuring annual audited accounts and returns are completed in a timely fashion. Oversee weekly payments and authorize same.Oversee LodgementsFinancial report bi-monthly Check and approve bank reconciliations, payments, lodgements and Internal invoicesEnsure accurate records are kept on file in hard and soft formatsVAT returnsPRSI and PAYE returns quarterly to RevenueTo be responsible for all operational matters dealing with the legal, statutory and corporate governance requirements of the company, particularly in relation to financial accountability, company law, employment law, health & safety, data protection, always striving to implement best practicePlease contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Tax Manager - Leading Practice - Great work/life balance
Permanent
Updated 7/June/2019
Co. Meath.

A leading accountancy practice based in Dublin and Meath have an opportunity for a qualified tax manager to work directly with the tax partner as part of dynamic tax team, across a wide range of consultancy and compliance assignments. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to develop their career across all areas of taxation.The successful candidate will be required to:• Manage tax compliance covering all tax heads;• Providing tax planning and consulting services to a wide range of clients;• Working as part of a growing tax team to provide class leading tax services to clients;• Liaise with other staff members and other departments;• Work as part of a team and should be self-motivated;Requirements:• Qualified Chartered Accountant with full tax qualification;• Minimum of two years relevant experience in a busy tax department;• Ability to work to deadlines;• Be up to date with all Irish tax legislation and tax compliance obligations;• Have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills;Salary and benefits will reflect the experience of the candidate.If you are on the look out for a role that offers a greater work/life blend then this would be a great stepping stone for you. Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 for a confidential chat or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant - Naas - Initial 9 Month contract
Contract
Updated 6/June/2019
Kildare

Leading services and distribution business in Naas Co Kildare wishes to recruit a Financial Accountant based at their offices in Naas, Co. Kildare.The role will be offered on a 9 month contract basis with the possibility of further extension. The role is to provide maternity leave cover. Purpose of RoleReporting to the CFO the purpose of this role is ensure the efficient and effective day to day operation of the finance function for the Republic of Ireland divisions of the group. Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesPreparation of monthly management accounts for the divisions and the group;Management of day to day and monthly financial processes;Management of the finance team;Cash flow management;Working capital management;Approval processes and internal controls;Provision of key financial information;Review and analysis of sales, margins and costs;Cost control initiatives;Tax compliance;Supporting the management team with finance related issues.Liaison with auditors, taxation and other external bodies.Ad-hoc projects.Key Skills & AttributesQualified Chartered AccountantA minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar type role;Adaptable, motivated self-starter with a positive “can-do” attitude;Flexible and dynamic;Strong communication skills;Accuracy and attention to detail;Excellent PC skills;Experience working with Sage or Great Plains beneficial but not essential;Outgoing, energetic and enthusiastic person who enjoys a challenging environment.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Controller - Strong Number 2 role - Galway- Excellent salary
Permanent
Updated 5/June/2019
Galway

This is an excellent opportunity to join a progressive and dynamic organisation that has experienced consistent growth. This is a strong number 2 role reporting to the Finance Director and one in which you will gain significant exposure to the senior management team and the commercial aspects of the business.This role will ensure the efficient running of the finance department. You will be responsible for leading and developing a high performing Financial Reporting & Control (FR&C), Accounts Payable (AP), Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) and Treasury teams, delivering continuous improvements in outputs, processes and procedures and providing value-added analysis, insight and support to the businessESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: FINANCE TEAM & PROCESSESLead and manage a high performance Finance Team including FR&C, AP, FP&A & Treasury Continuously review and improve finance processes, systems and procedures to drive measureable improvements in outputs, productivity and quality of information produced.Continually develop and improve the professional skills, competences and business knowledge and profile of finance team members.FINANCIAL REPORTING & CONTROL (FR&C)Prepare monthly management accounts and financial pack and ensure accuracy of information includedEnsure all monthly schedules, reconciliations and journals are approved in line with best audit practiceManage annual financial audit and preparation of statutory audited accountsEnsure the individual company accounts and related intercompany pricing, journals and cost allocations are compliant with transfer pricing documentationEnsure all statutory returns are submitted accurately within deadlinesMaintain a robust system of internal controls, accounting and finance procedures to safeguard company assets, monitor financial performance and meet audit requirementsCoordination of insurance renewals for the Group on an annual basis ensuring adequate cover is in place and manage all claims in conjunction with insurance brokerLiaise with HR to ensure all payroll is coded correctly on the accounting systemFINANCIAL PLANNING & ANALYSIS (FP&A)Prepare monthly sales and quarterly gross margin analysis by product and by customerAnalyse overhead expenditure monthly and highlight areas of concern and work with relevant managers to improve efficiencies.Prepare summary and analyse the stock levels for each division of the Group and provide input to monthly stock scorecard meetingPrepare annual budget for the Group including Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Cashflow Statement including detailed sales, gross margin and overheads analysis.Work closely with Costing Team to gain an understanding of variances between standard and actual costs and update system as required.Prepare monthly and quarterly forecasts based on financial forecast modelProvide input as required to rolling five year strategic planProvide Finance input to Group Operational Excellence and Visual Management initiativesACCOUNTS PAYABLE (AP)Manage the accounts payable team to ensure all purchase invoices are processed and paid in an efficient mannerDealing with any escalation of invoice queriesReview aged creditors listing on a monthly basis and seek clarification where requiredReview creditor reconciliations on a monthly basis Investigate and implement IT improvements that help improve productivity of the AP team.Monitor controls in place for the approval of purchase invoices to ensure best practice.TREASURYPrepare/Monitor rolling 12 week cash flow forecasts to ensure the efficient use of available fundingReview Invoice Finance balances on a daily basis and ensure all reserves are correct. Prepare weekly report showing overall Group cash position Prepare monthly cash flow forecast for inclusion in financial packSecure lease finance where appropriate for plant and equipment capital expenditure PERSON SPECIFICATIONQualified Chartered Accountant with Big 4 training backgroundMinimum 5 years’ post qualification experienceProven commercial/operational finance track record in large, complex and demanding environment.Previous manufacturing experience would be a significant advantage, but not essential.Strong analytical, financial reporting and auditing exposureDemonstrable experience of influence and impact on business decisions.Target and Result drivenHigh business acumen and the ability to build strong and effective working relationship with senior stakeholders.Excellent communication skills, written and presentation.Clearly demonstrated ability to lead an established Finance teamCandidates will also display clear leadership qualities and performance management skillsPrevious experience with a leading ERP system would be a significant advantage.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Committee Role (UK) Voluntary - Leicestershire base.
Permanent
Updated 4/June/2019
United Kingdom

Independent Committee Member (voluntary role) with the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)As the world’s leading chartered professional body for people responsible for safety and health in the workplace - with more than 47,000 members in over 130 countries - IOSH are seeking to recruit Independent Committee Members to join our Board Committees.This is an exciting time for IOSH as we deliver momentous change through the delivery of our ambitious five-year strategy shaping the future of safety and health, ‘WORK 2022’, underpinned by an organisation-wide transformation programme.• We have four Board Committees which have delegated authority from the Board of Trustees. Each committee has an independent member (not a member of IOSH), whose role is to provide impartial advice and support to the committee, using any specific skills, knowledge or experience that they have to help the committee to reach sound decisions and provide assurance to the Board of Trustees. If you have experience in any of the fields below, we would like to hear from you.• The Audit and Risk Committee is looking for an Independent Member with an accountancy background, ideally a full member of CIMA or a CCAB accounting body, with experience of financial management and accounting policies. You should have experience of operating at a senior level in a business environment and/or relevant qualifications.• The Finance and Investment Committee is looking for an Independent Member with experience of financial management, financial strategy and policy and budget review, gained at a senior level in a business environment. Ideally you will also have knowledge of investment management including investment strategy and performance review, with an understanding of the principles of investing reserve funds in equities and bonds, perhaps gained through being a trustee of a company pension scheme or a medium to large sized charity.• The role will require a commitment to attend four committee meetings a year near Leicester, UK, in addition to preparation time and occasional additional meetings where circumstances require it. • To ensure we have diverse and inclusive committees with different skills and perspectives, we welcome applications from a wide range of backgrounds, particularly women and Black, Asian and Minority Ethic as these characteristics are underrepresented on our committees.• The role is unremunerated, however reasonable expenses will be paid.How to applyFor more information about the committees and to apply, please contact Elizabeth Gray on 0116 257 3180 or governance@iosh.com. Closing date: 26 June 2019Interview date: 16 July 2019 (Audit and Risk Committee) and 18 July 2019 (Finance and Investment Committee)

Quality Assurance Inspector- With Your Institute - Based from home
Permanent
Updated 4/June/2019

The Professional Standards Department of Chartered Accountants Ireland, along with relevant compliance and disciplinary committees, is responsible for the delivery of the Institute's regulatory and disciplinary obligations which derive both from statute and its own Bye-Laws and Regulations.Quality Assurance inspections is the means by which the Regulatory Board ensures professional services provided by members and member firms are of a high standard, by monitoring compliance with the Standards of Professional Conduct through a system of returns and inspections and taking regulatory action when necessary. All members who hold a Practising Certificate (PC) and their firms are included within the Board's programme of Quality Review which is the term used to describe the programme by which the Board assures itself as the quality of services provided by PC holders and their firms.The Professional Standards team is seeking to recruit a Quality Assurance Inspector, to review compliance with Chartered Accountants Ireland Regulations and Code of Ethics.Main duties and responsibilities of the role include:Conducting monitoring visits to Chartered Accountant Ireland member firms Reviewing firms’ processes and methodologies in relation to practicing activitiesReviewing firms’ compliance with the Institute’s rules and regulationsCritical assessment of the work carried out including judgments made by partners on key issues ,including audit and accounting issuesInterviews with partners and other team membersReporting on the visit including findings and recommendations to the firmsAdding value by making recommendations to firms aimed at improving qualityYou will perform a wide range of challenging work and gain:A unique insight into how firms operate and respond to current issues facing practiceAn up to date knowledge of business, accounting and regulatory compliance issues of relevance to the professionA detailed knowledge of leading methodologies , including audit, non audit, investment business and anti-money launderingThe Candidate:EssentialThe successful candidate must be a Chartered Accountant with a minimum of 5 years’ post qualification experience in a practice or regulatory environment;An excellent knowledge of professional, technical and ethical standards together with excellent organisational, communication and influencing skills and a good level of IT literacy will be required. The candidate should be able to demonstrate an ability/provide evidence of communicating effectively on sensitive matters with credibility at all levels.Demonstrable experience of report writing for technical and other professional audiencesThe candidate must be capable of working on their own initiative. They must be able to take ownership of the role, and be capable of making key decisions while also actively collaborating within a team focused on results and targets.Have an analytical and process-driven approach, while being capable of exercising judgement. A strong focus on attention to detail and results is required.An ability to take on new duties and support others when required within the team.Experience of management of multiple deadlines.The candidate must be highly motivated and resilient.Requirement to travel (predominantly within island of Ireland) – full clean drivers licencePlease contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Sage 50 implementation - Contract - Immediate start
Contract
Updated 4/June/2019
Dublin South

Our client an expanding leisure business in South is seeking to recruit a Chartered Accountant for a 12 month contract which will see you playing a lead role in the upgrade of their accounting and finance processes and systems.Reporting to the director of the business your role will be to:Set up and integrate Sage 50 accounts for all the businesses in the groupOversee and train all staff on all accounting processes Set up monthly creditors payments Setting up a revised VAT system driven by the accounting package. Prepare “pack” for auditors for annual audits and liaise with auditorsContinued improvement of processes to deliver higher quality and more efficient systemsThe role is ideally suited to a member with strong financial control and management experience combined with systems implementation and process improvement exposure.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

IFRS Wizard - North City Plc - Great Challenge meets Great Reward
Permanent
Updated 31/May/2019
Dublin City Centre

One of Ireland's leading Plcs has an interesting role for a technically proficient Chartered Accountant. Reporting to the Group Reporting Manager, you will be responsible for recording revenue and billing customers in accordance with customer contracts, ensuring that monthly billing and reporting deadlines are achieved.Key Responsibilities:•Revenue accounting & billing.•Revenue reporting.•Monitoring and recording of revenue recognition in accordance with IFRS15•Monitoring of contract milestones.•Coordinating with Finance Business partners on customer contract activity.•Identifying variances from target billing timing and values.Essential Skills & Experience:•Qualified Chartered Accountant•2+ years PQE•Ability to interpret and explain financial and operational data•Ability to exercise commercial assessment •Ability to meet tight reporting deadlines•Experience of software development or e-commerce sectors, in practice or in commercial entities•Experience of application of IFRS15 accounting standard•Advanced Excel skills•Excellent verbal and written communication skills•Fluency in EnglishIf this is you and you are looking for a meaty, challenging role where there is a great salary and benefits package then please call Ciara Tallon on 01 6377 322 or mail me in confidence on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Accountant - West Dublin - Pharma Co
Permanent
Updated 30/May/2019
Dublin West

This is a key role within the finance function that will provide you with high levels of exposure to senior management and the opportunity to work in an environment with a positive and team oriented culture.The Group Financial Accountant is responsible for maintaining general ledgers within the finance function, whilst providing accurate and timely management reporting requirements to key stakeholders within the Group. In doing so, they will also provide support and assistance to the Group Accounting Manager and the Group Finance Manager. Key Responsibilities:Responsible for maintaining the general ledger for head office subsidiaries, including intercompany recharges and intercompany accounts. Responsible for the reporting of the monthly management accounts.Involvement in the completion of statutory accounts.Responsible for providing monthly cost analysis for central costs to the Senior Executive Team. Reporting of budgets and reforecasts for head office subsidiaries.Assist in internal & external audit queries.Help maintain and improve internal controls to ensure compliance with corporate standards.Complete balance sheet reviews of subsidiary companies and assist in the implementation of Oracle throughout the Group.Involvement in ad hoc projects as required.Competencies & Experience required for success in this role:General ledger experience an advantage.Communicates openly with clarity.Teamwork and collaboration and the ability to build effective partnerships with all stakeholders.Proven record of achievement, with specific examples of process improvement achievements.Displays strong attention to detail and has experience working to tight deadlines.Excellent IT/financial systems experience.Qualifications:Recently qualified Accountant (ACA), preferably from a top 4 accounting practice background with 2 year PQE experience.Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Implementations Consultant/Project Manager - Suit recently Qual
Permanent
Updated 27/May/2019
Dublin South

This is the ideal role for a recently qualified Chartered Accountant with systems implementation experience and a strong interest in developing a career in the software sector with a rapidly expanding IT company.This progressive and successful company is seeking to recruit a Chartered Accountant to join their team of professionals in the area of systems implementation. The product in question is a finance system targeted specifically at professional services and practices. Therefore a qualified Chartered Accountant would be the ideal candidate for the role. This position will be exciting and challenging. You will help design and deliver revolutionary IT solutions replacing typically older legacy system. You will be building close relationships with senior finance staff of our larger customers. You will help guide new customers through our easy steps to digitise their finance function which has a big impact on improving the daily working life of all finance staff and those that work around finance. Your role and responsibilitiesUnderstand new customers business model(s) and how they capture, process and report transactionsDesign new GL and Analysis BI coding structure for single entity and groupsOversee the build of each database which is mostly automatedAssist customer with testing key capture and processingPrepare users for go livePrepare integration and reporting specification for the data team to deliverProject manage each customer onboarding ensuring timelines are well communicated Hand the completed project to customer success team As the ideal candidate, you will have:1 – 2 years experience implementing financial accounting softwareExcellent verbal and written communicationsConfidence managing multiple tasksProblem solving skillsA genuine interest in learningA commitment to provide the best level of service and client experienceWhat they offerDynamic work environment within a diverse and passionate teamHigh level of responsibility and ownership of your work Software to contribute your own ideas from day one and deliver effective and innovative changeA mentor to guide you through your working life and to help you grow Clear career progression, company pension scheme, competitive salary This is an excellent opportunity for a member with a strong interest in the area of IT and systems. There are genuine career development with this organisation as it continues to increase it's market share and product offering.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Accounting Technician/Implementations Consultant
Permanent
Updated 27/May/2019

Accounting Technician/ Customer Success Agent – based in Blackrock, Co. Dublin Futureproof and advance your experience by joining a fast-growingTechnology company! Our client helps finance teams transform away from older technology like Sage, Exchequer, Sun, Access or migrate up from Xero, Big Red Cloud or Quick Books. Job Specification Working with a diverse number of Customers that use AccountsIQ as their Financial Management Software Providing telephone and email support to Customers Helping Customers to solve technical accounting system issues covering Sales, Purchases, Debtors, Creditors, VAT, Bank Reconciliation and Reporting. Using a large selection of the latest software products to assist with your work Proactively manage relationships with Customer accounts to maintain overall customer health Become an expert in this software and drive usage and adoption to ensure a customer’s success Log and update all customer queries onto ZenDesk Customer Service system in a timely and efficient mannerManage customer queries and respond and escalate as required Ideal profile Qualified or part qualified accounting technicianExcellent communication and organisation skills Proactive and determinedExperience in a technical customer service role and aptitude for technical detailPreferably experience in an accounts department or a qualified book keeperExperience of a variety of accounting systems would be an advantage Curious and quick to learn as a user of technologyInsight to know when and how to ask for support from colleagues What wthey offer A dynamic work environment within a diverse and passionate team A high level of responsibility and ownership of your work In-house and external training as required A platform to contribute your own ideas from day one and deliver effective and innovative processes The opportunity to make the role ‘your own’ by developing a strategy that effectively supports the business A mentor to guide you through your working life and to help you growThe opportunity to be a key part of the team and build your career at a rapidly expanding technology company Clear career progression Company pension scheme Competitive salary This is the ideal role for a qualified Accounting Technician with systems implementation experience and/or a strong interest in developing a career in the software sector with a rapidly expanding IT company.This progressive and successful company is seeking to recruit an Accounting Technician to join their team of professionals in the area of systems implementation. The product in question is a finance system targeted specifically at professional services and practices. Therefore a qualified ATI would be the ideal candidate for the role.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Not for Profit - Board Treasurer - Dublin 8
Contract
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin 8.

South Inner-City Community Development Association has an opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to assume the role of Board TreasurerGeneral• Term is 3 years, but this can be extended.• Monthly meeting at 6.30. in Meath Street in the Liberties. (Usually Thursday)• Expected to contribute to general Board discussions as well as Finance.Treasurer• General supervision of Finance Staff (4 people)• Meet with Finance staff once or twice per month• Presentation of monthly Finance Report to Board (not the preparation).• Liaison with Auditor (not the detail).• Regularity and Compliance oversight• Interaction with funders by exception(NB. Spreadsheets and Sage in use)Please advise1. Based on the above how do feel that your experience would assist you in fulfilling the above role?2. Are you interested in the position?(There are 8 projects all funded by various state agencies. 40 staff)To discuss this in more details please contact Aisling Hanley Chair on 087 6100413

Recently qualified - Client Accountant - Leading FS - Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin City Centre

A leading global FS firm has an exciting and career enhancing role for a recently qualified Chartered Accountant for that of Client Accountant.You will, under the supervision of a senior team members, have responsibility for a portfolio of clients and be required to prepare management accounts and financial statements, ensuring all tax filings, regulatory and ad-hoc reporting is completed in accordance with regulatory and deal requirements. The portfolio will comprise of a variety of Special Purpose Vehicles (“SPVs”) including CDO and CLO vehicles, note programmes, asset finance (aircraft leasing) and all types of asset-backed securitisations. This role is ideal for candidates who are looking for a stepping stone into the aircraft leasing sector or would like to bridge the gap from practice into industry. This role has been likened to being Financial Controller for a number of mini entities.Other duties include:The ongoing liaison with auditors, investment bankers, lawyers, investment managers, custodians and other transaction parties. Processing of client payments may be required from time to time. He/she will be required to deliver high levels of client service, while ensuring that each relationship is compliant with internal policies and procedures.The successful candidate will be qualified Chartered Accountant, ideally gained in financial services; a strong knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards, GAAP and financial and regulatoryreporting requirements. Prior experience in a similar role would be an advantage. Candidates from a Big 4 background with exposure to financial services or qualified accountants working in the tax departments of Big 4 firms will also be strongly considered.Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent analytical and problem solving abilities, strong written and verbal communication skills and must be proficient in Microsoft Office. The role will require liaising with senior bankers, investment managers and lawyers. Ability to meet strict deadlines is a must. We offer a supportive environment structured on a team basis. Benefits include health insurance and pension plan. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Experienced Accountant - Head of Accounting -Leading Plc
Permanent
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin North

One of Ireland's leading Plcs has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Accounting to join the Finance Department based in Dublin. This is a great career stepping stone and high profile role. The Head of Accounting role is a key member of the Finance Team (reporting directly to the Director of Accounting) and is responsible for the following:• Balance sheet management, SOX controls and compliance (design, implement & monitor)• Production of monthly management accounts & senior management reporting packs• Quarterly & statutory financial reporting• Technical accounting• Production of the Group’s annual report and 20F filings• Financial consolidation of the Groups subsidiaries• Branch & subsidiary accounting• Liasing with internal and external auditors• Assisting the Director of Accounting with the production of Board updates• Support the annual budgeting and monthly forecasting process• Manage, mentor and coach staff• Ad-hoc projects & dutiesThe successful candidate: • A qualified Chartered accountant with senior finance experience, you will have a strong technical accounting track record dealing with IFRS, US GAAP and SOX controls.• Leadership skills and commercial acumen are essential.• Big 4 accounting firm experience or experience gained in a fast paced Corporate, is desirable.• The candidate should demonstrate a high degree of initiative and have strong interpersonal, communication (verbal and written), time management and presentation skills.• Highly computer literate with superior skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and knowledge of accounting and reporting applications e.g. SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, Cognos, etc.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Experienced Accountant - Group Accounting - Leading Irish plc
Permanent
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin North

One of Ireland's leading Plcs is currently looking for a Group Accounting Manager to join the Finance Department based in Dublin.This Group Accounting Manager is a key member of the Financial Reporting Team (reporting directly to the Director of Accounting) and is responsible for the following:• Financial and management reporting• Preparation of monthly management reports including variance analysis• Support the annual budgeting and monthly forecasting process• Liaising with Group on management and financial reporting• Preparation of the year-end statutory financial statements and annual report• Preparation of balance sheet reconciliations, SOX controls and compliance• Liasing with internal and external auditors• Review, mentor and coach staff• Build strong relations with internal and external stakeholders• Ad-hoc duties and projectsThe Successful candidate:• A qualified Chartered accountant), with a minimum of 3 years post qualified experience• Big 4 accounting firm experience or experience gained in a fast paced Corporate, is desirable.• Excellent analytical skills are essential. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a high degree of initiative, strong interpersonal and excellent communications skills.• Highly computer literate with superior skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and knowledge of accounting and reporting applications e.g. SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, Cognos, etc.This is a key role, for a confidential chat call Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Recently qualified - Commercial Accountant - Leading Irish Plc
Permanent
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin North

An excellent opportunity has just opened in one of Ireland's leading Plcs! We are currently seeking a Commerical Accountant for a permanent position working, within our finance department.Based in our Dublin Office and reporting directly to the Finance Manager – Ancillary Revenue, you will work in our accounting team as an all-rounder with responsibility for general accounting and month end duties along with in depth data analysis and trend review on various projects.With fantastic career progression and a fun work environment why not become part of our growing team!Responsibilities include:Preparation of the monthly management accounts and costs.Preparation of budgets and forecasts.Invoice analysis and authorizationsSystems, management reporting, analysis & adhoc projects.Monthly tasks including month end activities, average spend reports, valuation of stock across all EU basesSOX controls and complianceThe succesful candidateA fully qualified Chartered Accountant, with at least 2-3 years relevant accounting experience.Excellent analytical skills and be able to demonstrate a high degree of initiative.Microsoft Excel and SAP is essential.The ideal candidate will have good experience in month end financial accounting, IA and SOX controls and monthly reporting. They will have the ability to question, analyse and report on data and issues. They require excellent numerical skills, a great ability to meet deadlines and KPI’s and work well under pressurePlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Newly qualified - Financial Accountant - Dublin North Plc
Permanent
Updated 23/May/2019
Dublin North

A leading Irish plc based in north county Dublin has a career enhancing role for a recently qualified Chartered Accountant to join their busy commercial accountancy team of team. Reporting to the Director of Accounting, this is a permanent position based in our Dublin Head Office.Responsibilities Include:• Financial reporting• Preparation of Management accounts• Preparation of subsidiary/statutory accounts• Variance analysis• Management reporting• Assisting with budgeting and forecasting• Liaising with internal and external auditors• Maintenance of contracts• Authorisation of invoices• SOX controls and compliance• Ad-hoc duties & projectsThe successful candidate:• A qualified Chartered accountant, with a minimum of 1 years relevant accounting experience.• Excellent analytical skills are essential. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a high degree of initiative, strong interpersonal and excellent communications skills.• Experience with SAP accounting system, Airpas, COGNOS is desirable. Strong Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint is essential.Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant/Analyst - Munster - Agri Sector
Permanent
Updated 22/May/2019
Munster

A key agri/farming organisation has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join it's team. Due to a growth in the business, they are seeking the addition for the new role of Financial Accountant / Analyst to the team. Reporting to the Financial Controller, you will be an integral part of the finance team in Ireland, producing key financial information for the business in an accurate and timely manner.Key responsibilities include:• Involvement in the preparation of various site budgets under the guidance of senior management.• Develop and establish a month end control process and timeline to ensure timely preparation of monthly management accounts.• Manage the preparation of the monthly management accounts including journal postings, analysis of accounts, balance sheet reconciliations and other month end processing as part of a team.• Perform balance sheet reconciliations on key accounts.• Work with AR, AP, payroll and other departments to obtain comfort around balance sheet items in their control with responsibility for reviewing costs, accruals and provisioning.• Post statutory accounting journals as necessary.• Perform detailed monthly margin reconciliations and assisting with the analysis of results, variances to budget and commentary on results.• Prepare cost and efficiency KPI reports to assist management in key decision making.• Assist in the preparation of monthly group consolidated financial statements.• Carry out cashflow forecasting, anticipating challenges and ensure appropriate remedial steps are taken. Manage group cashflows on a weekly basis.• Assist with the year-end audit, including preparation of year-end audit files, liaising with audit team and preparation of year end group reporting.• Assist in the preparation and reporting of future projections.• Assist in ad-hoc and project requirements.Other Competencies Required:• Assemble, gather and disseminate data from various sources and formulate into reports and analytics which will provide comfort over reporting and aid financial figures being continually available for use by the business.• Ability to add value by proactively identifying potential opportunities or issues and assist in the implementation of both process and performance improvement.• Ability to take new processes and flows, identify key elements and develop and implement plans for managing and controlling.About the Candidate• A recently qualified Chartered Accountant – Ideally with up to 3 years post-qualification experience – training in a larger practice desirable.• Strong analytical skills with an ability to proactively identify and resolve issues.• Strong technical accounting skills with high level of attention to detail.• Ability to work under pressure to ensure deadlines are met.• Good communication skills.If this role is of interest to you contact Ciara Tallon (in confidence) on 01 637 7322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Recently qualified -Financial Reporting - Funds - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 22/May/2019
Dublin South

Our client a Dublin based fund services organisation (but part of a global entity) has an interesting option for a qualified Chartered Accountant within their financial reporting team. This is an opportunity to join a dynamic and growing team in a rewarding environment that promotes team work, career development and work-life balance. This role also presents an opportunity to fast track your career with unlimited growth potential and partner with a network of colleagues globally. This role will include, but is not limited to:-  Preparation of management accounts and annual financial statements for a variety of investment funds in accordance with UK GAAP, US GAAP and IFRS Ensuring compliance with relevant accounting standards and regulatory requirements Liaising with auditors and responding to their queries in a comprehensive and timely manner Preparation of Central Bank of Ireland regulatory returns including monthly and quarterly CBI returns as well as preparation of the Fund Annual Returns for Cayman Funds on an annual basis. Preparation of Administrators reports for presentation at board meetings Assist with ad hoc project requirementsThe salary for this role is competitive, depending on experience, with benefits such as a pension fund and health insurance.Key Requirements Key Requirements  Newly Qualified or Finalist Accountant (ACA)  3+years auditing experience  Financial statements preparation experience  Valid work permit essential enabling applicant to work in the Republic of Ireland  Comfortable working in a fast-paced & dynamic environment with excellent organisational and communication skills  Track record of working in line with timetables and meeting strict deadlines.  Ability to be flexible and work effectively both within a team structure and independently.  Highly numerical individual with strong analytical and excel skills  Ability to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner  Ability to take ownership of designated tasks  Reliable and dependable  A desire to gain funds industry experience and career progressionPlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role.When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Boutique Corporate Finance Firm - Dublin North - Recently qualified
Permanent
Updated 21/May/2019
Dublin North

An independent Corporate Finance firm is seeking a recently qualified accountant to join their growing team, this is a great experience for someone keen to use corporate finance gained at contract in a dynamic young company. Responsibilities of the role will include:• Preparing and assisting with Business Plans / Funding proposals / Company valuations etc.• Financial modelling and scenario analysis• Advising on Strategic M&A both buy and sell side, Debt and Equity raisings, Transaction structuring and C-suite executive exits.• Financial analysis related to transactions• Drafting documentation to generate interest in funding proposals, companies for sale, project finance opportunities• Exposure to deal negotiations• Client-facing interaction with senior decision-making executives• Working directly with key stakeholders on deals• Developing key skills related to the valuation of companiesRequirements:• Independent thinker, with enthusiasm and commitment to the transaction. • Newly qualified Chartered Accountant• Experience within corporate finance or a transaction environment is preferred but not essential• Strong Excel skills and an aptitude to develop and enhance financial models• A proficiency in financial and accounting interpretation of complex financial data and a manipulation ability, for analysis• Critical analytical skills• Appetite to learn new skills in a fast paced, challenging and supportive setting; • Strong commercial acumen• Excellent attention to detail• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; and • An interest and ability to build a network and develop origination opportunities.If this role is of interest to you contact Ciara Tallon (in confidence) on 01 637 7322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Accounting Manager (Technical) - Software/Gaming Sector - South Dublin 85-95k
Permanent
Updated 21/May/2019
Dublin

Our client is a leading gaming services company based in South Dublin and currently seeing unprecedented growth, it has doubled in size since inception and due to this expansion has a new opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join its team. The role of the Group Technical Accounting Manager is responsible for driving the group technical accounting agenda across the group. This will include preparing the annual report, researching new accounting standards, assessing their impact under IFRS implementing and manage the external audit across the group• Annual Report preparation and managing production of related disclosures• Accounting policies and technical position papers on significant accounting transactions etc.• Supervise Group audit and any statutory audits managed from Ireland• Supervise reporting under FRS102 in Ireland and UK• Quality control on BSAR compliance• Assisting with accounting for new acquisitions and group restructuring.• Liaising with Auditors on any technical accounting matters.• Other project related work; as business needs dictateSkills Requirement for Job: Qualified Chartered Accountant• Qualified Chartered Accountant with 5 years + experience, in a relevant / similar role• Big 4 audit background (ideally at a manager level), with global multi-national client audit experience• Very strong IFRS / Technical knowledge• Business Report Writing• Flexibility and adaptability.• Ability to multitask and manage own workload in a fast-paced environment.• Experience working with multiple and remote teams.• Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to work within team deadlines.• Strong communication and team skills.• Attention to detail. This is a key role to be filled immediately, for a confidential chat call Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Senior Finance Role - Commercial/Business partnering focus - North Dublin
Permanent
Updated 21/May/2019
Dublin North

In this senior level role you will provide critical financial support to the Senior Management team and gain extensive exposure at executive level in this highly commercial role.This is a unique opportunity assisting multiple senior Executives and therefore quickly developing a senior network within the business, The orgaisation are looking for an outstanding relationship builder with sound emotional intelligence and ability to work closely with non-financial management.Performance managing, motivating and mentoring direct reports is also a key feature of this role as well as the initiation, development, approval and implementation of major projects including all technology projects. We will expect you to operate as a commercial focused and results oriented business partner and financial advisor to the Executive members and senior management responsible for the relevant areas to enable these functions to realise budget and strategic targets as well as formulate solutions and actions to cost and operational challenges.Your role:Provide finance business partner services to Executives and senior management in the corporate support functions on an independent basis.Lead the extraction of insights and conclusions from financial information and drive the corporate support business agenda as a partner and, if needed, counterweight to the Executive and senior management team members. Propose and support development of improvement / follow up actions; engage with business leaders in securing implementation.Take ownership of explaining, interpreting and analysing financial results relating to the corporate support functions. Manage strategic and tactical KPIs, provide depth and precision to KPIs and bring insights to senior team. Develop KPIs, forecasts, business reviews to be structured, forward looking and commercially oriented.Understand and explain performance variances (both positive and negative); work with business managers to identify remedial measures if required and develop forecasts taking into account underlying variance causes and corrective actions.Make a meaningful impact on corporate results by working with the functional management of the corporate support functions to identify, evaluate, select and implement medium to long term initiatives to exploit cost reduction / value creation opportunities and address cost and operational challenges. Promote external benchmarking and best practice sharing initiatives.Assist with the evaluation and implementation of cost reduction or avoidance opportunities as these relate specifically to technology and business change programmes.Define finance business partner priorities for the corporate support functions and ensure quality outputs in this area.Establish team specific priorities through understanding executive expectations and specific needs of the functional management of the corporate support functions.Responsible for budget elements (i.e. primarily payroll and overheads) as these relate to the Corporate Support business control team.Coordinate monthly review process, budgeting and forecasting for the corporate support functions. Take responsibility for the corporate support functions’ operating models; reinforce understanding of business drivers in all areas of the business link to financial performance.Team responsibilities Provide oversight and support to individual Corporate Support Business Control team members and reinforce individual team members at interactions with the business if required. Provide assistance (if required) to individual team members on particularly complex, material or technical work streams. Motivate and encourage the individual Corporate Support Business Control team members to perform.Process responsibilities Responsible for business planning, budgeting, monthly reviews, investment reviews in the corporate support functions.Develop templates for recurring processes / activities specific to the corporate support functions and support development of similar templates at organisation wide level as required.Projects, business case & investment responsibilityWork closely with the functional management of the corporate support functions to develop value creating strategies and revenue and cost proposals.Provide direct support for and input into strategic (i.e. five year plan), budget and in-year forecasts for the corporate support functions with a particular emphasis on target setting.Provide financial rigour and general business insight into all investment proposals / business cases / operational proposals / commercial proposals being developed by a specific business area regardless of quantum and determine whether accepted financial assessment criteria have been applied to the proposal in question.Ensure that discipline is brought to bear in the post implementation benefits tracking process.Identify, track and support cost reduction initiatives for individual business areas.Provide continuous performance evaluation, business support and constructive challenge to business management to drive the achievement of the corporate support functions’ short, mid and long-term strategic objectives.Key criteria: Extensive experience in a senior financial role at publicly listed company or comparatively large private company operating in a complex, highly competitive and margin focused business environmentFully qualified chartered accountant.Experience leading large improvement initiatives and projects (issue identification, structuring, organisation, etc.).Must have strategic and tactical capability to have an impact on the top and bottom line of the relevant business area, balancing short-term results with a sustained push towards turnaround of medium to long-term business performance.Leadership and influencing skills.Focused and deadline driven with excellent attention to detail & accuracy. Excellent verbal and written communication skills (including report writing & presentation skills)Unquestionable ethics and integrityHighly analytical and able to drive fact based decision making***This is an excellent opportunity to join a world class organisation in a pivotal role. The salary is competitive and the will include a very generous benefits package***Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant - Leading Irish Industry - Dublin West close to Luas
Permanent
Updated 16/May/2019
Dublin West

A leading health care company in Dublin West has created a new position for a qualified Chartered Accountant. Working with the Finance Director in all financial aspects of preparing and providing relevant information for the company stakeholders and ensuring compliance obligations are met you will gain first hand exposure from an experienced Chartered Accountant. These will include -• Preparation of management accounts.• Preparation of journals and all account reconciliations to support the management accounts.• Preparation of management account analyses and appropriate analytical review/analyses.• Review of management accounts with Finance Director.• Dealing with other management reporting requirements.• Liaise with external statutory auditors, preparation of appropriate audit file, addressing queries arising.• Overseeing of VAT and Payroll tax compliance obligations.• Overseeing of payroll administration.• Assistance in forecasting.• Maintaining the company’s financial systems and processes to support current business and future growth.• Providing all aspects of support and making recommendations to the Finance Director.Qualifications• Fully qualified Chartered AccountantSpecific Knowledge, Skills and Experience• Technically strong and up to date.• Superior attention to detail.• Ability to handle pressures of strict cost/time parameters and deadlines.• Committed to good corporate governance.• Computer literate across MS Office suite and equivalent accounting software.• Good communication skills• Good problem solving skills.• Energetic, highly motivated, with an enquiring mind and passion for excellence and innovation in pursuit of business growth and success.This would suit a good hands on accountant coming from small/medium sized practice who would like to join a dynamic expanding health care company in Dublin West. Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Finance Manager - Expanding Software Company - Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 16/May/2019
Dublin

A fast-growing innovative Software Company is currently hiring a technically strong and commercially astute Group Finance Manager.Responsibilities of the role will include amongst other things:• Management of the group’s financial reporting process, including the consolidation of the Group monthly management accounts.• Preparation of monthly finance papers for the senior management team and reporting of key financial information within the organisation.• Managing the external audit process and preparation of the Annual Report.• Preparation of papers to document accounting for technical issues to ensure appropriate accounting requirements are met.• Reviewing the corporate and individual entities balance sheet reconciliations ensuring that reconciling items identified are corrected.• Work with the Group Finance team to drive completion of the weekly cash forecast template and weekly cash summary report for the CFO.• Review FX exposures across the Group regularly.• Lead, develop and coach a small team of accountants• Contribute to the streamlining of reporting, systems, processes and procedures• Taking a lead role in ad hoc projects as required.Reporting• Directly reporting to the CFOExperience Required• Qualified Chartered Accountant (minimum 3-5 years PQE)• Previous people management experience• Experience of auditing consolidated financial statements• Excellent IFRS knowledge• Excellent Excel skills.• Flexibility to work on a broad range of projects.• Up to 10% of travel required.• Excellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise tasks• Display an enthusiastic, positive attitude and are a team player with a strong work ethic• Collaborative approach to work with the ability to build effective relationshipsPlease contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this opportunity. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Controller - Exceptional Educational Establishment - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 2/May/2019
Dublin South

A world-class organisation working with high performing management has a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious, experienced Chartered Accountant. The key responsibilities of the role will include amongst others:• Assume ownership for all aspects of the financial reporting, financial control, working capital management, budgeting and forecasting functions;• Manage all financial reporting; to include monthly, quarterly and annual management accounts;• Lead the Finance Team in the provision of effective and efficient financial services and support, ensuring they meet the needs of the business • Lead the Finance Team in the implementation of a new ERP System; • Lead all financial aspects of annual budgeting;• Responsible for year-end accounts and liaising with the group’s external auditors to conclude the audits in a timely manner;• Optimise appropriate accounting procedures and processes and recommend, implement and maintain process improvements;• Produce forecasts and perform financial modelling for future cash flow needs for the business operations;• Develop financial strategy, including risk minimisation plans;• Control all tax reporting & compliance;• Ensure that the business maintains compliance with statutory, legal and insurance requirements;• Responsible for ensuring robust procurement processes in line with guidelines where necessary;• Overall responsibility and management of the monthly staff and associate payroll;• Work closely with senior management team on any other ad hoc projects when required. Candidate Requirements• 5 years + experience in a similar role;• Qualified Chartered Accountant;• Previous experience of managing and developing a team;• First class verbal and written communication skills;• Strong Financial Reporting, technical and IT ability;• Experienced in enhancing processes and systems;• Excellent planning and organization skills;• Sophisticated analytical/ problem solving skills;• Hands on approach to the achievement of objectives;• Expertise with Excel (advanced level), Microsoft Word; PowerPoint;• Extensive business acumen and the ability to build strong and effective working relationship with senior stakeholders;• Ability to balance conflicting priorities;• Takes initiative, well organised, quality driven with attention to detail;• Demonstrates leadership qualities to team members and colleagues within the organisation;• Establishes quickly and maintains rapport with all stakeholders;• Proven ability to perform well under pressure and manage a number of tasks concurrently;• Makes sensible, intelligent decisions in complex and deadline driven situations;• Ability to lead with professionalism, integrity and tact;• Self-motivated and self-aware - recognizes own strengths and weaknesses and is committed to personal development;• Be flexible and be able to work outside standard business hours as required.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Internal Auditor - ESB - Dublin North City
Permanent
Updated 25/April/2019
Dublin City Centre

ESB is the leading energy company in Ireland with a presence across the full value chain in electricity generation, distribution and customer supply in Ireland. ESB's strategy for creating a brighter future is anchored in our ambition to lead the transition to a low-carbon energy future based on clean, reliable, affordable electricity. In 2017, ESB had revenues of €3.3bn and employed over 7,700 staff.Position DescriptionThe Group Internal Audit function provides independent reassurance to the Board and management, and support to business units in delivery of strategic objectives, by assessing and reporting on risk management, corporate governance, internal control and effective resource utilisation. Group Internal Audit reports directly to the Audit & Risk Committee of the ESB Board and consists of a multi-disciplinary team of 10-12 auditors, with professionals from diverse backgrounds covering accounting & finance, IT and engineering. In a recent external assessment, it was categorised as being a “leading to best practice” internal audit function.Due to the continued expansion in the range of ESB’s business, we have a number of exciting opportunities in Group Internal Audit. If you are interested in becoming part of a dynamic expert team, gaining broad commercial industry experience in a world class business and building your knowledge of internal audit, risk and governance practices you should consider applying for this role. Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities of this role include:•Leading or working on internal audit assignments including the planning of the audit assignment, engagement with business teams in carrying out the audit fieldwork, agreeing audit findings with line managers and preparing an audit report.•Liaising with senior stakeholders and teams across the ESB Group in the delivery of internal audit assignments•Contributing proactively to the risk based planning for specific audit assignments•Communicating the results of audits and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to senior management•Opportunities for further professional development, including external & internal training, CIA/CMIIA certification and professional association memberships.•Utilising best practice processes and tools for auditing including Team Mate, data analytics, etc.•Executing advisory assignments, investigations and other projects, as required Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience•Professional experience in a financial, commercial or engineering function•High performing with an ability to take initiative and deliver results•Ability to identify issues, apply judgement and develop solutions•Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and through written reports•A track record of being a good team player•Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage stakeholder relationshipsPlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role and see your career take off. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Leading Plc - Internal Audit - Great career stepping stone - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 16/April/2019
Dublin South

A leading Plc has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join a dynamic audit team with global exposure while having a Dublin base. This should appeal to an amibitious member who could use this as a step into the general finance team.Key attributes of the successful candidate include:• Excellent financial and analytical skills• Professionalism, mobility, initiative, commitment and objectivity • Highly motivated and able to work proactively in a changing environment• Fluent English both verbal and written. Another European language desirable• Willingness to travel to our companies (estimate 40% PA)Relevant Experience • Qualified Chartered Accountant with experience in a large accounting firm or similar accounting/business experience • Experience in SOX, corporate governance, internal controls evaluation, compliance and substantive testing• Full clean driving license is essential• Successful candidates would be expected to remain with IA for approximately 2 years before transferring to/rejoining the business.The nature of the role is outlined below. Flexibility is required within the role, which includes some core elements but also periodic emphasis on change management , transformation or project management type activities. Areas in which the successful candidate would have significant involvement would include the following:  Individually or working as part of a team, plan and carry out multi scope reviews of operational and financial controls  Devise practical solutions, offer advice and guidance and co-ordinate the reporting of issues that arise during audits/reviews to promote improvements to risk management and internal processes Use audit software to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of audits Carry out special project work as required Liaise and build relationships with senior group and operating company management on issues and solutions Areas in which the successful candidate would have the opportunity to develop Develop their risk and control & governance experience Develop their knowledge of business operations throughout the group, divisions, cluster and operating company levels Linking the risk and control work to enterprise strategy Develop their negotiating, influencing, problem solving and analytical skills  Opportunity to transfer to other IA offices in Atlanta, Amsterdam or BirminghamMembers interested in this role should email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie call us on 01 637 7322 for a confidential discussion in relation to this role.When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement. The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Practice accountants you are in demand! Regional practice roles
Permanent
Updated 16/April/2019
Dublin City Centre

If you are a practice accountant recently qualified and wondering what to do next, we could suggest nothing better than to take your practice skills and use them to move around Ireland. Leading practices all over the Island are looking for recently qualified audit seniors. Get exposure to new clients and challenges in your home town or gain work life bliss outside of Dublin. Contact us today if you would like more information on any of these counties:CavanNaasCorkCastlebarDublin SligoWaterfordWexfordContact Ciara Tallon on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie 01 6377322When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Senior Compliance Manager - Financial Services - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 11/April/2019
Dublin South

A leading Financial Services provider has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant looking for the next step on the career ladder.Reporting to the Head of Finance & Compliance, the Senior Compliance Manager will be responsible for managing the Compliance function, developing and delivering the Board-approved Compliance programme and reporting to management and the Board. The Compliance programme includes the AML programme.Key activities/deliverables include:Compliance Programme• Continued review and implementation of the Compliance Programme.• Identification, analysis and risk assessment of all relevant codes.• Continued review, implementation and management of programme to monitor compliance with relevant legislation and codes of conduct.• Responsible for reporting and communication to management and Board.• Full ownership of compliance management tools. Compliance Culture/Change Management• Drive compliance culture and agenda across the business.• Work with Operations functions to develop and deliver best possible approaches to achieve business objectives while ensuring that the business operates in line with relevant legislation and codes of conduct. • Interpret and advise the Board and senior management team on the operational impact of regulatory changes and the regulatory impact of operational changes. • Ensure appropriate compliance training completed by all relevant staff.Anti-Money Laundering / Countering Terrorist Financing• Full ownership of MLRO role• Ensure AML/CTF risk assessment, policies and procedures are appropriate and implemented across the business.• Manage transaction monitoring and screening processes undertaken by us and by outsourced service providers.Compliance function• Manage the Compliance Team ensuring appropriate team objectives are set and achieved and the team is sufficiently resourced, skilled and developed.• Ensure Compliance policies, procedures and tools are appropriate and implemented.Central Bank of Ireland Reporting/Relationship • Ownership of formal responses to Central Bank of Ireland enquiries and themed inspection reviews/visits.• Main point of contact with the Central Bank of Ireland. • Responsibility for review of regular Central Bank of Ireland reporting (e.g. Conduct of Business Return).Other/Projects• Provide subject matter expertise on compliance related matters as part of the Management Team.• Drive compliance related-projects.• Liaise with compliance team and Internal Audit as appropriate• Assist with compliance with GDPR and data protection requirements.Experience/Skills Required• Chartered Accountant• 5+ years’ compliance experience at management level within the Financial Services industry. • Strong knowledge of Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears, Consumer Protection Code and Money Laundering/Terrorist Financing legislation.• Proven track record dealing with the Central Bank and/other regulators is essential.• Excellent organisational, communication and analytical skills. • Proven experience of managing and motivating a Compliance team.• Experience of working in a cross-functional environment (Operations, I.T., etc.) and with outsourced providers.• Ability to work on own initiative and meeting tight deadlines. • Enthusiastic and adaptable in a fast moving environment. • Ability to influence others to achieve compliance objectivesPlease contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Voluntary Board role
Permanent
Updated 11/April/2019
Dublin

St. Michael’s House is one of Ireland’s largest providers of community-based services for children and adults with an intellectual disability. The organisation provides residential, day and clinical services to 1,900 people and their families in the Dublin area. The board expects a number of vacancies to arise during 2019 due to retirements but wishes, in the first instance, to appoint members to its Finance Committee and Audit and Risk Committee. The board is seeking candidates with an accountancy background who will ideally have board and/or senior executive experience. The organisation is particularly interested to hear from people who also have lived experience of disability. Experience of Approved Housing Bodies is also relevantFor members interested in these opportunities please email Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.iePlease contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Senior Pension Fund Accountant - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 4/April/2019
Dublin South

Exciting opportunity for a newly or recently qualified accountant to join a growing finance team of a leading multi-national services organisation.The role has come about as a result of the promotion of another team member.Previous pensions experience is not a pre-requisite as training will be provided.The salary is highly competitive and there is a comprehensive range of benefits including:PensionLife coverBonusEmployee Assistance programmeSocial ClubWellness programmesFree bike repairThis is a client centric role where you will work as part of a team with responsibility for providing pension accounting services for corporate clients with Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Schemes. The Role  Compiling and analysing relevant financial data to be used as a basis for the preparation of Trial balance for Pension Fund Accounts.  Case management of pension fund account audits end to end through the audit and trustee signoff process for schemes under your portfolio.  Management of successful research and resolution of fund accounts audit queries Communicating with all clients, administrators, fund managers and auditors in preparing and arranging for audits and dealing with all queries Report on the financial position of the scheme and the results of its operations to trustees and the Pensions Authority in accordance with generally accepted accounting practice, statute and client instructions. Adherence to internal controls within the Fund Accounts department.  MIS and reporting on audit management Meeting agreed service standards and adherence to internal procedures so as to provide a consistent and proactive client service to the highest standards. Ensuring that we comply with all Pension Act and the Central Bank of Ireland compliance requirements.  Participate in training programmes.  Approval and oversight of cash management for a MiFID regulated conglomerate Bank account.  Daily review of Mifid Conglomerate account reconciliations.  Assistance with monthly billing process as required Assistance with compiling monthly & quarterly MI reports for senior management and various stakeholders.The Requirements  Qualified chartered accountant. Financial Statement preparation Educated to degree level or equivalent standard. The candidate should demonstrate a substantial knowledge and understanding of accountancy procedures, with the ability to work accurately and in a detailed manner to meet strict deadlines. Attention to detail Flexible approach to the job as required and provides support in helping to meet deadlines or take on additional responsibilities.  Good interpersonal skills, works and interacts well with people from various levels of the business  Previous experience with pension scheme audits would be an advantage. Works well under pressure. Strong analytical skills. A strong understanding of Microsoft Office programmes, in particular Excel, Word and Outlook Knowledge of Sun an advantagePlease contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Voluntary Director - Charity - Dublin 9
Permanent
Updated 29/March/2019
Dublin North

Global Action Plan CLG is seeking to expand its Board of Directors. Interested candidates must have expertise in accountancy and/or financial business management and be committeed to support Global Action Plan in achieving its mission to inspire and support people throughout Ireland to take practical steps towards a greener lifestyle, This involves a passion for building sustainable communities through environmental action.Successful candidate will be an active member of the Board and support essential functions such as:- Define the values and objectives of the organisation- Establish policies and plans to achieve those objectives - Approve the annual budget and final accounts - Establish and oversee a framework of delegation and system of control - Be responsible for all decisions with significant financial or other risk or which raise issues of principle - Satisfy itself that the organisation affairs are conducted lawfully and in accordance with generally accepted standards and propriety - Support the development and monitor the implementation of the Strategic Plan - Support the implementation of the Charities Regulator Governance Code and the organisation’s governing documents.For more information please contact GAP Board Chair Penny McRedmond at info@globalactionplan.ie. If interested, please forward CV and cover letter highlighting relevant experience and interest to the role to info@globalactionplan.ie

Financial Accountant with German - Leading Multi-National
Permanent
Updated 21/March/2019
Dublin West

Exciting role with a leading multi-national in West Dublin. An opportunity to work with a great team including a number of other Chartered Accountants.The role is varied and challenging and will see you involved in projects also, with responsability for all statutory reporting and compliance for the group companies throughout the world. As part of a world class and diverse accounting team the Financial Accountant will be challenged with providing continual improvement in controls and processes, rolling out automation, while ensuring highest standards in assurance, and will assist with monthly local statutory accounting (including audit) and other statutory compliance reporting and filing as well as US GAAP accounting.Responsibilities• Assist the Accounting team with timely and accurate US GAAP general ledger accounting close, including journal preparation, approval and accounts validation;• Review of journals and reconciliations produced by general ledger transactional team;• Prepare Balance Sheet reconciliations, Fixed Asset Accounting;• Provide analysis of movements in accounts between periods; Balance Sheet reviews;• Assist with filing VAT returns;• Assist the corporate tax team on local tax related matters;• Assist with preparing the annual Statutory Financial Statements for assigned entities under local GAAP and manage related audits;• Provide support in the integration of companies acquired by the group;• Provide accounting support to internal stakeholders as required (Payroll, Transactional GL team, Accounts Payable, Corporate Accounting, Indirect Tax, etc);• Participate and support the Accounting team in projects as required;• Review and streamline processes and identify areas for potential improvement• Ensure compliance of the assigned entities with corporate policies and local statutory legislation.Qualifications• Experience of working in a multinational environment, preferably in Shared Services Structure would be an advantage• Fluent German Language required. Additional European language would be an advantage• Excellent problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills required• Commitment to process improvement and best practices implementation• Ability to work in an environment where compliance with processes and procedures is paramount• Customer focused – ability to take responsibility to follow through on issues• Detail oriented, efficient and organized, with ability to work to strict deadlines• Good knowledge of Microsoft Office suite with emphasis on Excel• SAP or other ERP knowledge would be an advantagePlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role and see your career take off. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Intercompany Accountant - South Dublin Software - 65-75k
Permanent
Updated 15/March/2019
Dublin

Our client in the IT software sector has doubled in size since inception and due to this expansion has a new opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join its team. With a focus on excellent Reporting control, this role will be a key role within the exciting software space.The primary responsibility of this role is supervision of inter-company accounting across the group, and preparation of monthly management accounts for a number of smaller entities. • Preparation of monthly management accounts / year end reporting for a number of smaller entities in the group• Inter-company supervision• Calculate and bill management charges, interest charges, etc.• Manage studios not yet on inter-company 360' process to ensure monthly agreement of positions and migration of acquisitions to this process • Supervise 90:10 billing process across the production studios• Netsuite Superuser on the inter-company and related processes• Other project related work; in particular automation and work-flow to improve inter-co process Skills Requirement for Job • Big 4 Qualified Chartered Accountant• 2 years + experience, in a relevant / similar role• Good IFRS / technical knowledge• Strong Excel skills• Flexibility and adaptability.• Ability to multitask and manage own workload in a fast-paced environment.• Experience working with multiple and remote teams.• Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to work within team deadlines.• Strong communication and team skills.• Attention to detail. If this role is of interest to you contact Ciara Tallon (in confidence) on 01 637 7322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Accounting Manager - South Dublin Software Services - Great Salary
Permanent
Updated 14/March/2019
Dublin

Our client in the IT software sector has doubled in size since inception and due to this expansion has a new opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join its team. With a focus on strong finance integration exposure you will play a key role within the exciting software space.This is a role focusing on all of the accounting issues related to M&A activity in the group from through the integration stage. The role will report to the Global Head of Finance and will interact with revelant stakeholders throughout the business. • Prepare Revenue Recognition & IFRS GAAP adjustments for acquisition financial model (including chart of accounting mapping)• Prepare finance acquisition integration reports, production of related deliverables, and support recruitment as necessary• Project manage migration to Netsuite / PBCS, including GAP analysis of finance systems to legacy systems• Implement robust forecast process at acquisitions; owning the forecast for 3 months post acquisition• Project manage first full budget cycle (post acquisition)• Implement robust BSAR & Audit File process within 3 months of acquisition• Project manage migration first full group & statutory audit cycle including preparation of FRS102 template / similar if necessary• Supervise Group BSAR compliance and other finance quality KPI • Management of Group Receivables & WIP exposures, producing monthly overdue report and aged WIP report• Other accounting support and project related work; to fill out the time between acquisitionsSkills Requirement of the role: • Qualified Accountant• 10 years + experience, in a senior / similar role• Good IFRS and technical knowledge• Relevant experience delivering on projects and working to deadlines in a busy environment• Previous experience in mergers & acquisition • Flexibility and adaptability.• Ability to multitask and manage own workload in a fast-paced environment.• Strong communication and team skills.• Attention to detail.Experience of a multi-national public company environment would be essential If this role is of interest to you contact Karin Lanigan (in confidence) on 01 637 7331 or email Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Reporting Controller - South Dublin Gaming Sector
Permanent
Updated 14/March/2019
Dublin

Our client in the IT software sector has doubled in size since inception and due to this expansion has a new opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join its team. With a focus on excellent reporting control, this role will be a key role within the exciting software space.Group Reporting Controller : Senior position needed to manage the group reporting and budgeting for the organisation; results, dashboards, scenario modelling etc. This is a key role within the finance team providing the right support and insight to drive company performance• Monthly consolidation results and project manage month end & forecasting process • Monthly group flash forecast• Board Reporting (Results and dashboard)• Project manage budget process• PBCS Superuser (Budget models, PL & BS Forecast models, Scenarios modelling, KPI modelling etc)• Netsuite GL Superuser (manage chart of accounts, add new studios etc.)• Notes to the annual report preparation etc.• Other project related work; as business needs dictate Skills Requirement for Job Personal Skills • Qualified Chartered Accountant, with 5 years + experience, in a relevant / similar role• Strong Excel and ERP systems • Consolidation module experience• Budgeting systems experience• Flexibility and adaptability.• Strong IFRS / technical knowledge• Ability to multitask and manage own workload in a fast-paced environment.• Experience working with multiple and remote teams.• Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to work within team deadlines.• Strong communication and team skills.• Attention to detail. if this role is of interest to you contact Karin Lanigan (in confidence) on 01 637 7331 or email Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Tax Accountant - Thriving Limerick Practice - Immediate start
Permanent
Updated 8/March/2019
Limerick

A leading Limerick based practice has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join a dynamic tax team. This exciting opportunity involves the delivery of quality taxation advice to an extensive client base, together with the completion of all normal duties associated with a busy tax department. The role will provide the right candidate with the ability to enhance their career and to develop their experience in all areas of taxation by working closely with the Taxation Team and Taxation Partner.The successful candidate will be required to:• Manage a portfolio of personal and corporate clients under all tax heads.• Work closely with the Tax Team and the Partners on specific assignments.• Work as part of a team and liaise with other departments and staff.Candidate requirements:• Be a qualified Chartered Accountant with tax or partial tax qualification.• Be fully aware and conversant with Irish tax legislation and tax compliance obligations.• Minimum of two years practice experience in a taxation department.• Able to effectively manage a number of assignments simultaneously to strict deadlines.• Have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.• Able to work autonomously or as part of a team.An attractive remuneration package is offered commensurate with qualifications and experience.Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Auditors required- Move to Bermuda - Career Enhancing roles
Permanent
Updated 5/March/2019

Put your audit experience to use in an exciting environment where sunshine is guaranteed. Our client a leading practice with a base in Bermuda has opportunities for Chartered Accountants to develop their audit/commercial acumen working with their local clients.With hospitality, not-for-profit, insurance and some fund client this could really add that vital string to your bow. Open to all Chartered Accountants with good audit experience from small, medium or large practice training. The role will involve but is not limited to:• Ensure quality in delivering client service by directing daily progress of fieldwork and testing, reporting directly to Managers and Partners on engagement status and managing performance of associates as necessary• Develop and maintain productive working relationships with audit clients, and manage client expectations on a timely basis• Direct field work, inform engagement leaders of audit engagement status and manage self and staff performance• Perform multiple concurrent engagements and direct the preparation and completion of reports, accounts and financial statements• Demonstrate professionalism and develop technical competence relevant to each client’s business and industryExperience required:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Experience within the financial services industry a plus• Technical knowledge of both IFRS and Canadian/US GAAP would be considered advantageous (but not essential)• Experience in account reconciliation and financial statement preparation• Excellent interpersonal skills• Excellent organizational, planning and time management capabilities• Ability to learn quickly in a new environment• Ability to provide guidance to others, demonstrating teamwork and leadership abilities• Ability to work overtime to meet deadlines and deliver under pressure• Ability to manage multiple engagements and competing priorities• Strong analytical, verbal and report writing skillsPlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7332 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role and see your career develop in a sunnier climate. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Qualified Accountant - Use your accounting skills - Dynamic Belfast base
Permanent
Updated 8/June/2018
Northern Ireland

Newly qualified accountant required to join this well regarded and well established Accountancy Practice to develop a successful and fulfilling career with their friendly, experienced team.Principal Duties:The role involves, the preparation of accounts and financial statements under current UK GAAP and FRS 102 for a portfolio of clients:Our clients include sole traders, partnerships, LLPs, small to large limited companies and groups of companies, charities, other not for profit organisations and pension schemes. Our clients work in retail, manufacturing, leisure, property development, professional services, farming, pensions, and charities and not for profit organisations.• Work with clients to carry out their accounting work• Delivery of assignments within budgets• Building and developing client relations• Day to day management of client related administration• Answering technical queries from clients and other members of the firm• Liaising with tax department staff and preparing draft tax computations• Attending meetings with client’s management and staff - this will involve travellingRequirements:• Newly qualified Chartered Accountant• Strong interpersonal and communication skills• High level of numerical, analytical and organisational skills• Self-motivated but able to work as a part of a team• Good IT skills• Excellent commercial sense and an interest in business• Full driving licence with access to your own means of transportThis role will be based in Belfast and there will be travel clients’ premises (mostly in Northern Ireland). Salary is negotiable and based on experience. Remuneration includes annual leave & pension amongst other benefits. Members interested in this role should submit their CV to ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7322 for a more detailed discussion in relation to this opportunityWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission