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:


Interim CFO - Waterford base - Contract
Contract
Updated 16/October/2019
Waterford

On behalf of our client we welcome expressions of interest from members at CFO level, available immediately for a short term (3-5 months) contract in Waterford.Working with an established finance team you will lead, support and guide the business and play a strategic role in the direction of the business.This will require a base in Waterford for a least 4 days per week.If this is of interest and you can accomodate location, immediacy and weekly commitment then please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 in confidence 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.

Tax Director - Meath base - Genuine work/life blend
Permanent
Updated 14/October/2019
Co. Meath.

A leading accountancy practice based in Meath and Dublin has 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

Leasing/Portfolio Management - Suit recently Qualified- Dublin City -
Permanent
Updated 9/October/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 Portfolio 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:A 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

Countrywide - Practice roles with great work/life balance
Permanent
Updated 9/October/2019
Dublin City Centre

We have a huge number of roles countrywide for qualified Chartered Accountants who see the value and career enhancing expertise that can be gained in practice.If you are interested in discussing potential roles in your location please contact us today for a confidential, impartial conversation around your career plan.Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail me in confidence at 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

Senior Financial Accountant - Dub 80/85 + Ben
Permanent
Updated 9/October/2019
Dublin City Centre

Senior Financial Accountant Role Purpose: This role is responsible for timely and accurate accounting and reporting for a large healthcare client as well as ensuring strong governance & controls. The role reports to the Financial Controller and has significant interactions across all areas of the business.Main Duties & Responsibilities• Management of timely and accurate preparation of all financial, management and external reporting requirements• Responsible for managing month end reporting timetables to ensure deadlines are met• Managing all compliance requirements (including statutory audits, financial statements completion, overseeing VAT and Corporate Tax computations, etc.)• Completion of external audits ensuring plans to address any control weaknesses.• Supervising and controlling the company balance sheets, associated audit trail and analysis. Clean Balance sheet with strong review process, governance and controls• Maintenance of systems and controls to ensure adequate backup documentation and audit trail for transactions• Coordinate delivery of Cash & Covenant targets • Develop clear roadmaps to eliminate inefficient & ineffective processes within financial reporting area• Input, support and add value on all key programmes with Financial Reporting touch points• Deliver timely, clear concise reporting to stakeholders.• Develop effective relationships with stakeholders through strong communication and collaboration. Influence the business appropriately to mitigate risks• Document processes and procedures & arrange/deliver any training as required. Where appropriate provide work direction & guidance to staff.• Ad hoc requests as required by management.Essential Skills/ Attributes• Qualified ACA – circa 5 years’ + post qualification experience • Ideally but not essential Big 4 practice trained and will have moved into a dynamic, fast paced industry environment.• Circa 3 years’ + industry experience required, flexible in the specific industry sector.• Excellent all-round communication skills with ability to effectively analyse data & provide recommendations. Key to this role will be the ability to communicate simply & effectively to different levels in the organisation recognising that communications need to be appropriate to audience and purpose. • Customer focused & proven team player with strong collaborative and influencing skills. Results driven, with strong focus on delivery & time management. Strong financial and process improvement experience.• Strong reporting abilities with attention to detail & high levels of accuracy critical in all aspects of the role. Ability to produce clear documents, business reports and presentations. Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills essential.• Ability to prioritise workload and manage time effectively, to meet key milestones and deadlinesPlease 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

Management/Systems Accountant - Manufacturing Plant - Louth
Permanent
Updated 9/October/2019
Co. Louth.

A Louth based manufacturing base has an opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join its finance team. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer your role will be a key one at a time of growth to ensure costs are managed and efficiencies developed and maintained.Responsibilities will include:• Establish and maintain daily linkage between finance and production functions• Ensuring optimisation of gross profit margins byo Review of daily time utilisation reports o Ensuring liaison between design/estimation and production to ensure that daily budget planning and variance analysis is optimised• Ensuring that invoicing systems and processes and maintained in an up to date state• Maintenance of Creditors ledger and the associated follow-up• Ensure stocks and WIP valuations are correctly stated in month-end management accounts• Preparation of a highlight commentary within 3 days of month-end.• Maintenance of Balance sheet reconciliations file• Effective and proactive working with the management team.• Preparation for and attendance at weekly meetings (Contracts, Sales Pipeline etc)• Assist with the implementation of new standards and IT platforms as the opportunity arises and the LEAN project• Assist with statutory audit and similar initiatives• Assist with initiatives to manage job profitability and the integration of finance with factory floor activities• Assist with on-the-job training where appropriate • Identify relevant and suitable CPD opportunities in line with company policies• Participate in a role rotation with the Accountant – Finance and Treasury position, tentatively planned for March 2020.• Other ad-hoc matters as they arisePlease 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

Finance Business Partner - Biopharma - Dublin West
Permanent
Updated 4/October/2019
Dublin West

A small but powerful Biopharma business has an excellent opportunity for a Chartered Accountant to report directly to the Director of Finance as a Finance Business partner. This is a really opportunity to develop cost management, process improvement and efficiency development skills. The role will involve:oProactively use information generated to challenge and influence local management.oInfluence and coordinate the development of site strategic plans, budgets and forecasts.Controlling and Reporting oEnsure compliance with statutory requirements, IFRS and internal accounting policies.oEnsure strong internal controls in place to mitigate business risk.oComplete all aspects of corporate reporting through adhering to guidelines issued and respecting all deadlines.The successful candidate will have:3-5 YEARS PQEExcellent analytical skills and numeric abilityExcellent Problem solving abilityExcellent communication skills both written and oralAbility to influence and engage at all levelsAbility to lead and impart knowledge in support of business needs Highly motivated with continuous improvement biasHigh level of proficiency in MS Excel, MS PowerpointSAP knowledge essentialPlease 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 Controller (Dublin)
Permanent
Updated 3/October/2019
Dublin South

Our client is a leisure business at an exciting time of growth and development seeking a Financial Controller to report to the Managing Director. The successful ACA / FCA will have the opportunity to play an influential role in an ambitious and expanding Irish Company. The role will involve participation in:- Production of consolidated accounts- Production of interim management accounts – 6 monthly - Setting up nominal ledger accounting systems for certain subsidiaries using accounting package such as Sage 50, or similar.- Setting up monthly creditors payments due report for input into banking system to be authorised by Directors. - Setting up a revised VAT system driven by the accounting package. - Managing the current accounting team - Prepare “pack” for auditors for annual audits and liaise with auditors- Continued improvement of processes to deliver higher quality and more efficient systems- The person should be a good fit with the existing team- Analysing investment opportunities and working closely with MD on future strategies Requirements:• Qualified Chartered Accountant with minimum 6 years experience• Will possess excellent auditing and accounting skills• Fast learner and ability to work in an autonomous manner• Able to demonstrate their planning and organisation skills, ability to multi-task, manage, plan and prioritise workPlease 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

Associate Director Finance/Operations - Investment Management- Flexible Hours - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 1/October/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client one of Ireland's specialist providers of alternative capital & finance, has an opportunity for an experienced finance professional to join its finance and operations team. This is not a fund administration role but a hands on get involved in the actual investment role.Reporting to the COO, the successful candidate will work alongside the COO in managing the finance and operations function. This is a broad role which will encompass financial management, risk management and operational effectiveness across the business and the funds it manages. This will cover areas such as: • Fund establishment o Determining optimum fund structure o Legal documentation• Fund operations o Outsourcing of back office functions i.e. fund administration, fund accounting, investor relations o Monitoring the delegated functions & ongoing due diligence on providers o Reviewing monthly reports from fund administrators for accuracy o Liaising with service providers in developing quarterly investor reporting o Reviewing all investor reporting o Centralised contact point for all ad-hoc investor queries• Governance o Ongoing review of policies and procedures for best practice o Ongoing monitoring of the control environment • Risk Management o Maintenance of risk registers and risk reporting o Managing stress testing process Education and Experience • Experienced Chartered Accountant with 7 – 10 years relevant financial services experience i.e. previous experience working in the funds industry e.g. manager level fund accountant • Risk management experience a distinct advantage• Knowledge of the regulatory framework, specifically AIFMD, a distinct advantage • Good general I.T. skills Key Competencies/Attributes • Dynamic, with a strong interest in working in an entrepreneurial environment • Strong work ethic with an ability to work on own initiative• Strong technical skills and experience • Good understanding of prevailing and future trends in the regulatory environment • Experience in dealing with regulatory authorities, an advantage • Good oral, written, presentation and communication skills • Good listening, questioning and influencing skills • Confident self-starter and excellent team player Remuneration • Remuneration will be negotiable commensurate with experience.• Willing to look at full-time, part-time or flexible time for the right candidatePlease 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

Volunteer Treasurer role - Not for Profit organisation
Permanent
Updated 1/October/2019
Dublin City Centre

Volunteer Role: Treasurer - Not for Profit OrganisationIn this role the Treasurer will be required to provide duties in line with best practice. The Treasurer is responsible for: 1. General financial oversight 2. Financial planning and budgeting. 3. Financial reporting including providing finance reports at committee meetings and annual accounts 4. Banking, book-keeping and record-keeping. 5. Delegated financial responsibilities. 6. Working towards compliance with Charities Regulator Code7. Completing annual Charities Regulator return 8. Small grant application Skills required: Previous experience of financial control and budgeting. Good attention to detail.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to ensure decisions are taken and followed up. Ability to work on own initiative Good IT skillsPlease 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 (Part-time) - Software Development - Kerry
Permanent
Updated 1/October/2019
Kerry

A Kerry based Software firm has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join their team on a part-time basis.This is a newly created position in a scaling international software development company. Reporting to the CEO and the Company’s part time CFO, the part-time Financial Controller is responsible for day-to-financial operations of the organisation. The Financial Controller will drive the finance agenda. The role is both hands-on and commercial. Key areas of responsibility will include:• Managing the insourcing of the preparation of management accounts.• Implementing a new accounting system, management control processes and policies.• Ongoing responsibility for the preparation of monthly management accounts with analysis against budgets and forecasts.• Preparation of annual budgets and rolling forecasts. • Invoicing and cash collection.• Management of banking, tax and compliance in respect of US subsidiary. • FX management.• Prepare bank reconciliations. • Preparation of all tax returns. • Responsible for running the company payroll. • Managing the interaction and relationship with the Company’s external accountants.• Cashflow and cost management• Completion of end of year financial reporting. • Company secretarial duties. • Submission of grant applications and interacting with state agencies.• Supporting the CEO and management team on ad hoc projects• Managing office administration and staffExperience and Qualifications: • Fully qualified Chartered Accountant with approx. 5 years’ experience as a Financial Controller or Senior Accountant in a commercial environment.• Ability to work in a small and rapidly changing company environment.• Ability to work to tight deadlines.• Energetic and enthusiastic disposition.• Good experience with accounting systems and financial modelling expertise would be an advantage • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong communicator.• Self-motivated and ability to work on own initiative.• An interest / experience in technology and or the health or sport industries would be an advantageAttractive remuneration package and mentorship by a highly experienced CFO. 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.

Tax Manager - Limerick - (Flexible/Reduced hours an option)
Permanent
Updated 27/September/2019
Limerick

Our client a well established practice is seeking to recruit a Tax Manager to join their team of professionalsThe firm are looking for an ambitious high-achiever looking for a new challenge in our dynamic and cutting-edge practice.This position offers opportunities for progression, and a mix of challenging tax consulting work and overseeing the tax compliance work of the firm.The successful candidate will work closely with the Tax Partner, and will also join the management team of the overall practice, with input into the decision making process of the management team.This role is open to suitable candidates who are looking for flexible working arrangements in terms of days and hours with the option to even look at extended leave during the summer months if that suits.The successful candidate will have:• Chartered Accountancy and tax qualification• Excellent technical knowledge of tax legislation and case law.• Experienced in providing strong client service delivery across a wide variety of businesses and clients.• Excellent oral and written communication skills.• An ability to build good working relationships with clients and colleagues.• Minimum of 4 years' experience in a professional tax environment.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 637 7251 or email Dave.Riordan@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

Commercial Finance Manager - 2/3 years PQE (Dub CC) 65/70k
Permanent
Updated 26/September/2019
Dublin West

FINANCE MANAGER Our client is an exciting FMCG Group seeking an ACA Finance Manager with strong commercial acumen and circa 2 or 3 years PQE having trained through Top 10 or Big 4. Purpose Of the Job• Anaylse the cost base of a €Large MNC• Conduct analysis to ensure that the business is being run in the most effective way• Identify cost saving opportunities and build plan to deliver these savings• Influence stakeholders to buy into project plans • Track savings against business cases and implement workarounds to overcome any obstacles/shortfalls• Collaborate with finance and commercial teams to drive the business forward.• Interpret business trends and metrics to assist key decision makers in forming an objective view of operations, services and opportunities.• Conduct post-investment analysis to ensure that projects are delivering business case returns• Assist other team members in completing Budget, forecast and year end analysis• Ensure that overheads and marketing costs are accounted for correctly• Conduct balance sheet analysis at key periodsKey Responsibilities • Identify saving opportunities• Build business cases• Conduct commercial analysis• Track the performance of projects against the business cases • Initiate analysis of commercial performance to drive value• Be the owner of financial data relating to overheads and marketing costs• Conduct ad hoc analysisQualifications & Technical Competencies • ACA - 2/3 years PQE• Inquisitive and questioning mind and motivated by adding value• Ability to work cross functionally• Dedicated to providing user friendly and useful information• Strong work ethic• Previous of analytical experience in financial analysis, accounting or related disciplinePlease 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

Commercial Accountants - North Dublin - Services Sector
Permanent
Updated 23/September/2019
Dublin North

Due to continued and anticipated growth within the company, a leading Irish organisation has an exciting opportunity in their Finance Department for a full time Business Unit Commercial Management Accountant based in Swords, Co. Dublin. Role: Reporting to the Group Finance Manager, you will be able to utilise your accounting and analytical skills and business aptitude to be an integral part of the operation. You will play a leading role in developing and maintaining month-end reporting packs as well as driving the budgeting, forecasting and costing activities within your business unit. Turnover for the business unit is in the region of €100 million. This position has a major focus on supporting the team by providing quality information to aid control and decision-making in the business. Responsibilities: • Responsible for completing monthly management accounts for business unit • Ensure the integrity and accuracy of the P&L statements • Complete the necessary accrual and prepayment activities • Preparation of month-end accounts within prescribed deadlines- 3 working days • Complete reporting to line manager • Accounts interpretation and ability to communicate information • Business variance analysis reporting and explanations • Interaction with non-Finance Line Managers and various ad-hoc reporting • Preparation of the budget and monthly forecasting for the business unit Education/Experience: • Qualified Chartered Accountant with practice or industry experience • Commercial experience is essential • Must be numerate, analytical and have good oral and written communication skills • Have hands on experience of modern integrated ERP systems & proficient in the use of excel • Previous experience of working with non-finance managers beneficial • Ability to work on own initiative and within cross functional groupIf progression, promotion and a commercial environment is on your wish list then this is the role for you. Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail me in confidence at 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

Finance Manager - Facility Services Company - Dublin 12
Permanent
Updated 23/September/2019
Dublin West

A leader in the services sector has an opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to gain exceptional experience reporting directly to the Managing Director.The key responsibilities of the role will include: • Cash, Reporting, Working Capital, Business Support and IT.• Preparation of the Annual Budget. • Payroll for Management Staff. • Monitoring and Improving Internal Controls.• Prepare the Audit file, coordinate and manage the external Auditor. • Preparation of Payments for all suppliers and liaising with the Finance Director in relation to the payment of these in line with the companies’ payment terms. Reports & Administration• Day to day responsibility and supervision of the accounts department team. • Overall responsibility for ledgers including Sales Ledger, Purchase Ledger, Time and Payroll Ledger, Bank Ledger and Nominal Ledger. • Prepare Monthly Financial Pack including Profit and Loss account and Balance Sheet • Manage the working capital cycle through meetings with the Operations Manager • Carry out Cash Flow Forecasts and Weekly Department reporting.• Completion of all statutory returns for Revenue, CRO and CSO. • Provision of information required by Operations and Sales department • Compilation of statistics for reviews by Shareholders and other various stakeholdersGeneral Other Duties• Develop strong working relationships across the relevant functions within the organisation and outsourced activities• Contribute towards the efficient and effective delivery of services to achieve departmental and commercial targetsFor the full job spec and detail please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail in confidence to 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

Newly qualified - Recognisable Healthcare Industry - 58k - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 12/September/2019
Dublin South

A leading healthcare provider based in South Dublin has an exciting opportunity for a newly qualified Chartered Accountant to join its finance team. This is a back-fill role with added scope to develop a long-term career path and potential to expand your skill set further.With a full job spec to follow, this role will involve:Financial reporting Management accounting Analysis/Financial ModellingRevenue analysisJoining an experienced team you will:Be a newly qualified Chartered AccountantHave focus on process improvements and efficienciesHigh energy and enthusiasm to look at things differentlyGreat personality and ability to collaborate and build relationshipsWith great career potential this role and these mentors can help shape your career. Contact Ciara on 01 6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants. ie for a confidential chatWhen 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.

ERP Implementation Finance consultant (ACA) (Training provided)
Permanent
Updated 11/September/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a large IT Consultancy seeking a qualified ACA to get involved in ERP implementation and Support. This is an unprecedented opportunity for a recently qualified or experienced ACA who loves systems and technology to be trained up on ERP systems implementation. Building client relationships and using your accountancy system experience. This is a consultative role working closely with customers to ensure their needs are satisfied with the services they receive. Responsibilities• Provide excellent technical support on ERP Implementation. • Ensure overall client satisfaction through successful delivery of projects to new and existing customers • Working on projects such as Finance modules • Responsible for gathering feedback and requirements from the customers and analyse customer information to identify the best practices. • Working closely on ERP project management.• Gathers customer requirements and meet these requirements. • Adapts solutions, as necessary, to ensure appropriate support. • Proactively scopes the technical solution required to address customer requirements, evaluates customers’ requirementsDesired Experience • Qualified ACA Preferrably good knowledge and experience of Dynamics 365 but not essential Skills/Behavioural Competencies• Ability to engage confidently with Business and IT leaders in our customer organisations. • Engage and influence at all levels. • Ability to prioritise and multi-task within the role. • Focused on results; competitive drive and ability to work under pressure. • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. • Excellent business acumen with strong analytical ability. 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

Treasury Accounting Manager - Newly Created role - D2
Permanent
Updated 11/September/2019
Dublin City Centre

International business that has recently established a base in Ireland is seeking to recruit a Chartered Accountant to join their treasury team.This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly successful and innovative business in an interesting and challenging role where you will work as part of a small team that is an integral part of the finance function of the business. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in the overall finance function as well as play a key role in projects that are being undertaken.The organisation is well established with a strong reputation and is very focused on their values of CSR, sustainability, the environment and maintaining their strong reputation.As Treasury Accounting Manager, you will be part of the Group Treasury department and report to the Head of Treasury. You will act as a link between the Group Treasury team, Group Finance and the local Finance teams. Among your challenges, you will be accountable for a wide variety of duties, such as Monthly Closing and financial support for the local Finance teams. You will ensure the accurate and timely recording and control of financial transactions. You will analyse financial results, monitor variances, and recommend actions.You will be manager of the Accounting database by entering, verifying and saving data; and will support the monthly reporting processes of Group Finance by being the first point of contact for questions and clarifications. You will be working in close collaboration with the Group Finance team, with closer interactions with the Finance teams spread in different geographies.The role will manage the accounting of the day to day functions of Group treasury whilst also taking the lead on certain treasury specific operational improvement projects.What you will typically do on daily basis Preparation of Financial ReportsoPrepare monthly group reporting, including P&L statements, balance sheet reports, cash flow statements and accruals, semi-annual consolidations, and analyse the Group financial results (interest charges/income & other financial results)Prepare monthly intercompany reconciliationsPrepare annual financial statements and statutory accountsExecute Day-to-Day Financial ManagementManagement of general accounting, VAT and tax mattersMonitor and reconciliation of bank accountsRun daily simulation in respect of automated accounting processManage the link between the Treasury Management and the Accounting systemsEnsure that the financial records of LCF are consistent with current legal and professional guidelines particularly as they relate to appropriate financial standards (US GAAP / IAS / IFRS / Irish GAAP)Provide IFRS 9 accounting support in relation to trading of commodity trades (CO2), FX deals and intercompany loansSupport & CollaborationLiaise with external auditors providing such assistance as may be requested in connection the annual audit of financial statements and accountsAct as key partner to Group Treasury, promoting Group Treasury developments and better ways of workingSupport in budget and forecast processCross training with the Treasury ManagerAssist with Group Treasury projects, such as process automationIdeal ProfileQualified Accountant (ACA). Treasury qualification is an advantage5-8 years of working experience supporting Corporate Accountancy and Treasury Operations within a large multinational business, preferably in a multi-currency environmentAbility to understand and explain reported treasury numbersTechnical Skills:IFRS knowledge (extensive knowledge of IFRS 9)Financial services exposure / Treasury product knowledgeMark to market / fair value knowledgeSAP experiences considered a distinct advantage The salary on offer will be competitive and will include the following benefits:Bonus 10 - 15%Pension 5%28 days holidaysPlease 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

Management/Reporting Accountant - Meath based FMCG - Avoid the city centre
Permanent
Updated 11/September/2019
Co. Meath

A Meath based well-known established FMCG company is looking for an experienced Chartered Accountant, to join our central finance team. This is a very busy role & is a great opportunity to work closely with senior managers & budget holders within the business. This position is focused on providing solid accounting and reporting expenditure across the Group, while partnering with the Senior Leadership Team and Senior Management to capture all overhead spend. It will also involve tracking & analysing costs of various ongoing projects within the business.Roles & Responsibilities: · Partner the Leadership team to identify cost reductions, overspend and create clear and robust financial budgets / forecasts to include regular tracking of actual performance vs forecast, and analysis of any variances· Provide financial support for the Capital Expenditure and Fixed Asset Accounting processes, including liaising with local project managers where necessary· Responsible for the design of relevant KPI reports & produce KPI dashboards to manage the performance of the businesses.· Support and challenge the Budget owners around cost control, budget and overall spend· Analyse overall company overheads at month end & allocate across business units· Project Cost Tracking & Reporting Key CompetenciesEssential:· Qualified Chartered Accountant, who has strong business partnering, management accounting and financial accounting experience· Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organise, analyse, information.· High level of attention to detail and accuracy· Proficiency in Microsoft applications such as Excel, Word, Powerpoint.· Competent to work independently & ability to multi-task.· Strong Interpersonal skills and the confidence to deal with people at different levels throughout the business· Ability to prioritise workload and deliver to deadlines· Team Player, flexible and proactively uses own initiative· Completer/Finisher – follow through tasks, queries etc. to completion· Experience with integrated an ERP system, general ledger functions, sub-ledger processes, and period closing. Understanding of relationship of other accounting functions to cost accounting.This role will appeal to those who enjoy variety, challeng and an oppotunity to develop proceces and business relationships. For a confidential chat call Ciara Tallon on 016377 332 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.

Finance Manager (Commercial) - Leading North Dublin Plc
Permanent
Updated 11/September/2019
Dublin North

One of Ireland's favourite Plcs has an opportunity for a Chartered Accountant to join its dynamic finance team. This would suit a motivated and commercially astute accountant who has excellent financial analysis, competitor analysis, market analysis and reporting skills to join as Commercial Finance Manager. This is an important position within the commercial team and you will have exposure to all levels of the business.Supporting the senior commercial team, the successful candidate will:-• Assist in preparing detailed monthly management reports including route profitability, which form the basis for all capacity allocation decisions• Propose and evaluate new business / route opportunities including forecast profitability and break-even analysis for new routes• Prepare competitor and market analysis reports for the senior commercial team• Analyse and challenge proposed new airport deals• Requirements• The successful candidate will hold a professional accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) and will have:• 1 – 3 yrs post qualification experience• A commercial mindset with the ability to communicate financial data in a simple and concise manner• Excellent problem solving and analytical skills• Strong computing skills in particular MS Excel• Proficiency in spoken and written EnglishThis role is an important one and could help shape your career, if you have a sense of adventure and want a life less ordinary then definitely one to consider. Contact Ciara on 01 6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants. ie for a confidential chatWhen 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.

Director - International Professional/Financial Services Co
Permanent
Updated 6/September/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client a global financial services leader has a significant role within their team for an experienced Chartered Accountant.As Director your role will be challenging and diverse and will see you operate at a senior level within the organisation. Your responsibilties will include: Managing and administering a portfolio of special purpose vehicles (SPVs); Participating in a variety of activities, including: asset finance, aircraft leasing, structured finance, CDOs/CLOs, note programmes, warehouses and securitisations; Assisting with the client acceptance process, delivering high levels of client service and managing new and existing client relationships; Reviewing transaction documents and files, ensuring that each client relationship is compliant with internal policies and procedures; Liaising with originators, investment managers, arrangers, aircraft lessors, operators, lawyers and other relevant parties; Ad-hoc project work as required, with a view to serving as an SPV director following successful training and demonstration of the necessary expertise. On occasion, you will also be involved with business development activities and representing the organisation at industry events. RequirementsExperienced Chartered AccountantAn understanding of structured and asset finance transactions utilising SPVs, experience in reviewing transaction documents and of acting as a director to SPVs, and knowledge of corporate governance, relevant local laws and regulatory requirements would be a distinct advantage.This is a career enhancing role for the successful candidate. For a confidential conversation about this role please 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.

Practice Manager- Leading Belfast Practice
Permanent
Updated 6/September/2019
Co. Antrim

A leading small Belfast practice has an opportunity for a Chartered Accountant to manage its team and office.The role will involve among other things:• Oversee and manage trainees• Manage some clients including: consolidation audit, credit unions and legal clients• Become familar with system software - IRIS• Numerous small Ltd companies/partnerships/sole traders• Detailed knowledge of UK tax• Ability to work with clientsIf this sounds like an opportunity that you are interested in contact Ciara Tallon in confidence on 00353 6377 322 or mail 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.

Newly qualified - A life less ordinary - Plc - Dublin North
Permanent
Updated 6/September/2019
Dublin North

One of Ireland's exciting Plcs has a new role of a project accountant for a newly qualified Chartered Accountant.Reporting directly to the new Chief Executive Officer you will have huge opportunity to enhance your visibility within a leading Plc. Assist in supporting the CEO on a day to day basis• Financial and Project Analysis• Produce high level financial reports, forecasts & financial modelling• Ad Hoc projects as required• Deliver cost reductions across the businessRequirements:• A fully qualified Chartered Accountant with relevant accounting experience is desirable• Candidate should have the ability to work on their own initiative• Deep knowledge of business and strong commercial acumen• Business oriented and interest in global business• Exceptional English and writing skills• Good experience of financial reporting and analysing data quickly• Strong Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills are essential• Comfortable with change and working in a fast-paced environmentThis role and challenge is not for everyone but if you have a sense of adventure and want a life less ordinary then definitely one to consider. Contact Ciara on 01 6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants. ie for a confidential chatWhen 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 Audit Manager - North Dublin - Prestigious organisation
Permanent
Updated 5/September/2019
Dublin

Newly created Internal Audit Manager role with prestigious organisation.The overall objective of the Internal Audit function is to assist the organisation in accomplishing its objectives by conducting a systematic and disciplined review of the effectiveness of controls, risk and governance processes designed by management to meet the strategic, financial, and operational objectives. As part of the overall assurance framework, Internal Audit function helps in ensuring the reliability of internal and external reporting and assists in ensuring compliance with laws and regulations.In order to achieve this aim, Internal Audit carries out independent assessments and reports thereon to the Audit Committee and management. Each assignment undertaken by Internal Audit is intended to provide independent, objective assurance as well as recommendations designed to add value and improve the operations of the organisation.Role overviewThe internal audit manager will be a committed professional who will report directly to the Head of Internal Audit and will be expected to contribute to the successful delivery of the annual plan of internal audit activity.The candidate will be expected to operate in a team environment whilst at the same time be assigned responsibility for specific tasks and assignments. The ability to communicate effectively is an essential requirement for this post and strong report writing skills are required. The candidate should possess excellent inter personal skills; be self-motivated and capable of working on their own initiative. The successful candidate will display a high level of professionalism and sound judgement and possess the confidence and ability to influence people and work at all levels. The candidate should illustrate an awareness of emerging issues with the ability to adapt to the changing operating environment of the sector, providing advice, guidance and innovative recommendations.Experience, skills and knowledge requirementsRequiredQualified ACAMinimum 5 years’ experience of working in an audit environmentSignificant experience of controls testing and/or Internal Auditing Excellent technical audit and accounting skillsExperience of managing audits/projects and supervising staffExcellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills with an ability to work effectively at all levelsAbility to present adequate working papers to International Internal Auditing StandardsAct in a professional and ethical manner at all times including observing the confidential nature of Internal Audit’s workA positive and flexible can do attitude and self-starting ability with the aptitude to take ownership of projects as required and see them through to completionHighly organised with strong organisation and planning skills, ability to prioritise tasks and deliver assigned audits in line with the audit planExcellent IT skills Duties:Conducting audit assignments from initiation to completion as directed by the Head of Internal Audit in line with the Internal Audit PlanPreparing detailed plans for performing individual audits including the identification of key risks and controls, determination of audit objectives, and development of appropriate audit programmes. Responsibility for delivery from planning to completion of the programme of work set out by the Head of Internal Audit as part of the continuous auditing element of the Internal Audit PlanResponsibility for the audit issues follow up process, working with management to update the status of the previous internal and external findings on a quarterly basis, auditing resolved issues and preparing the quarterly status report Presentation of clear, concise and timely working papers in line with International Internal Auditing Standards Prepare until minimal supervision timely professional written draft reports and practical value added recommendations on issues arising during audit workYou will assist in the development and execution of a comprehensive risk based multi annual audit plan Support the creation of a learning environment by providing coaching and support to other team members enabling the team to deliver as a unitDrive a policy of best practice with a focus on continuous improvement and awareness across the University with respect to internal control, risk and corporate governanceDevelop and maintain productive business relationships across all unitsDevelop professional capability through on the job and internal and external trainingUtilise best practice processes and tools for auditing including data analyticsPerform special audit-related projects as assignedPerform other duties as assigned***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 and exceptional work life balance***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

Internal Audit Head / Lead - Leinster - Dublin SW (80/90) (Director level)
Permanent
Updated 28/August/2019
Kildare

Our client currently has a need for a Head of Internal Audit on a permanent basis. This role will be based in SW Dublin and it will report to the Risk and Audit Committee with an administrative reporting line to Company Secretary and General Counsel and will manage an efficient and effective Internal Audit function.The RoleThe main duties and responsibilities of the role will include the following:Maintain a best-in-class Internal Audit function that provides an efficient, effective and value-adding Internal Audit service to the company including consultancy support, corporate governance advisory, value for money auditing and resource development. Utilise Lean practices and available technologies (TeamMate, IDEA etc.) to ensure the Internal Audit processes are operating efficiently, effectively and in line with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and Code of Practice.Development of the Internal Audit Plan to address key risks areas. Responsible for the timely implementation of this plan and regular monitoring through visual management techniques and management of the Internal Audit team. Identify changes in risks, processes etc. throughout the year that may require amendments to the Internal Audit Plan and develop audits to address such risks or to accommodate Management / Risk and Audit Committee requests.Manage the Risk and Audit Committee reporting process. Communicate with the Committee on a regular basis summarising audit work performed, key risk areas, issues of significant priority as well as progress regarding the implementation of issues previously reported. Manage the issues tracking escalation process and prepare reporting for the Risk and Audit Committee regarding issues which require their attention. Ensure all reporting to the Risk and Audit Committee is in line with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and exercise professional judgement regarding the need to communicate between meetings.Liaise with the Senior Leadership Team, Management, Chief Risk Officer, External Auditors and Consultants to ensure that the risks to the Business are effectively identified and managed. Build effective relationships with these key stakeholders in order to improve the Internal Audit services and the team’s understanding of the business;Develop the Internal Audit team members to ensure appropriate knowledge of the Business and technical expertise regarding the Internal Auditing Standards.Be an exemplar in demonstrating Leadership Standards and Behaviours for Success;All employees are expected to co-operate fully with all provisions taken by the company for ensuring Health and Safety, and Welfare of co-employees and members of the public using the premises. The PersonThe ideal candidate will possess the following qualification, skills, knowledge and attributes:Qualified AccountantProfessional Internal Auditing qualificationan advantage;circa 5 years post qualification experience;Previous experience managing an Internal Audit function;Strong IT skills including use of TeamMate system & Oracle;Working knowledge of Lean practices including 5s and visual management;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 Audit (Minimal Travel) (FS) - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 23/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading Irish player in financial services currently has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant.You will join a dynamic environment and team responsible for the completion of financial and accounting, as other operational, compliance, risk and governance audits throughout the business. Responsibilities include:• Research audit areas, scope assignments, carry our fieldwork, attend exit meeting and issue final audit reports.• Record the specific audit steps undertaken in an electronic work paper• Work alongside professional advisors in various Irish locations• Review and challenge remedial actions taken by the business• Stay up to date with financial and regulatory developments • Promote a strong internal control and risk management culture• Provide risk and controls-based advice to all areas of the businessYou will be:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Have audit experience and familiarity with risk based auditing• Previous Financial Services experience• Excellent analytical and numerical skills• Well-developed computer literacy skills with knowledge of CAAT’s As we always highlight - Internal Audit is a fantastic way to gain exposure to a particular sector/company/skills set and for those of you shrewd enough to play the long game this is a clever career path to follow - for the short or long term.Call Dave on 01 6377251 or mail dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie for further information and the full spec.

Senior Financial Accountant- D2 - Good work life blend- Excellent salary
Permanent
Updated 19/August/2019
Dublin City Centre

Working as part of a small team you will play a key role in all aspects of the statutory accounting and reporting function on a monthly and annual basis.The company in question is seeking a strong technical accountant who can work as part of a small team as well as on their own initiative and who is up to date in relation to all accounting standards.You will act as the go-to person in relation to technical accounting queries.The company in question are also open to considering a member returning to work or who is seeking flexible working arrangements.Our client is a management services group which looks after the interests of a privately owned group. The wider Group consists of companies with investments in real estate and private equity. The group consists of over 50 companies – most of which are SPV’s. The companies are primarily Irish resident – however there are a number which are resident outside the State. They are looking for a financial accountant who can take on the role of managing the accounting function of each of the companies. Key responsibilities would include:Maintenance of the nominal ledgers of all companies;Preparation of monthly bank reconciliations and group cash flow summary;Preparation of annual financial statements;Preparation of consolidated financial statements where applicable;Liaising with external auditors to complete the audit of all companies in a timely fashion;Assisting in the preparation of annual tax returns;Preparation of annual budgets and cashflow projections;Preparation of VAT, PAYE and RCT returns.The ideal candidate would have the following attributes:Highly organised and focused individual who can work on own initiative and to tight, but reasonable, deadlines.Candidate must have a working knowledge of current GAAP.Working knowledge of Relate or similar accounts package and ROS.Proficient in MS OfficeQualificationsQualified ACA – preferably with at least 3 years PQE Salary will be highly competitive and commensurate with experience.The company in question are also open to considering a member returning to work or who is seeking flexible working arrangements.Please contact Karin Laniganon 01 6377331 or Karin.Lanigan@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

Internal Auditor - NO travel - North Dublin
Permanent
Updated 13/August/2019
Dublin

Internal audit role with a prestigious organisation based in North Dublin.The role is ideally suited to a newly qualified Chartered Accountant.Job DescriptionIn this varied role the auditor will report directly to the Head of Internal Audit and will be expected to contribute to the successful delivery of the annual plan of internal audit activity.• The successful candidate will be expected to operate in a team environment whilst at the same time be assigned responsibility for specific tasks and assignments. • The ability to communicate effectively is an essential requirement for this post and excellent inter personal skills are required. • The candidate should be self-motivated and capable of working on their own initiative. • The successful candidate will display a high level of professionalism and sound judgement. • The candidate should illustrate an awareness of emerging issues with the ability to adapt to the changing operating environment of the sector, providing innovative recommendations as required.Experience, skills and knowledge requirements• Recently qualified Chartered Accountant• Minimum 3 years’ experience of working in an audit environment• Excellent technical audit and accounting skills• Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills • Ability to present adequate working papers to enable the Head of Internal Audit or Internal Audit Manager to assess work done and matters to be reported• Act in a professional and ethical manner at all times including observing the confidential nature of Internal Audit’s work• A positive and flexible can do attitude and self-starting ability with the aptitude to take ownership of projects as required and see them through to completion• Highly organised with strong organisation and planning skills, ability to prioritise tasks and deliver assigned audits in line with the audit plan• Excellent IT skillsOverview of duties:• Leading or working on Internal Audit assignments including the planning of the assignment, engaging with the auditee in performing audit field work, agreeing audit findings with line management and preparing draft reports for review• Assist in the delivery from planning to completion of the programme of work set out by the Head of Internal Audit as part of the continuous auditing element of the Internal Audit Plan• Assist in the completion of the quarterly audit issues follow up process, working with management to update the status of the previous internal and external findings and auditing resolved issues• Conducting other audit work as directed in line with the Internal Audit Plan• Presentation of clear, concise and timely working papers in line with International Internal Auditing Standards for review by the Head of Internal Audit or Internal Audit Manager• The timely delivery of professional written draft reports and practical value added recommendations on issues arising during audit work as required• Drive a policy of best practice with a focus on continuous improvement and awareness across the organisation with respect to internal control, risk and corporate governance• Develop and maintain productive business relationships across all units in the University• Develop professional capability through on the job and internal and external training• Utilise best practice processes and tools for auditing including data analytics• Perform special audit-related projects as assigned• Perform other duties as assigned***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 and exceptional work life balance***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

Senior Financial Accountant (Financial Services) - Dub CC
Permanent
Updated 7/August/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a multinational Financial Services organisation seeking a Senior Financial Accountant to report to the Financial ControllerRole Profile: This is an opportunity for an experienced and ambitious senior financial accountant to join a growing organisation in the financial services sector. This role reports to the Financial Controller and provides an opportunity for the successful applicant to lead and take ownership of key tasks within Finance. This role will provide access and exposure to all departments and levels of the organisation. The ideal candidate must have an ability to step into, quickly understand and take ownership of assigned tasks and have a keen eye for process improvement. A team player with an ability to provide guidance and leadership to other members of the team, a strong business acumen with an ability to work on multiple tasks and effectively communicate with management in respect of their responsibilities. For this role knowledge of financial statement preparation is essential with a knowledge of tax an advantage. The client is a leading provider of Retail Financial Services in Ireland, based in Dublin with Nationwide coverage. Responsibilities include: 1. Accounting for several entities / divisions - Consolidation of accounts. 5. Debtors Management – review of client service fees calculations and related invoices6. Ownership of the management reporting and statutory accounting work streams including the Group Consolidation file 7. Variance analysis as part of the quarterly reporting process 7. Cashflow Forecasting8. SPV Servicer Report Reviews9. Managing relationships with Corporate Service Providers to ensure alignment between Group and SPVs from an accounting perspective10. Providing sign-off on process controls during the month end process 11. Systems Accounting in respect of HP and Lease Databases – learn, document and automate processesThe ideal candidate will possess the following skills and knowledge:1. Fully Qualified ACA with 2 to 5 years PQE ideally2. Financial Services Experience3. Understanding of securitisations and SPVs would be an advantage.4. Previous experience of guiding and leading other team members5. Excellent time management and planning skills so that work is prioritized and strict deadlines met even when faced with outside distractions6. To work under pressure to strict deadlines in a changing environment7. Proficient skills in Microsoft Excel with a eye for challenging existing processes8. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with all levels of management and the capacity to work on his/her initiative9. Knowledge of Vat and Corporation tax not essential but an advantageThis position provides the opportunity to gain excellent experience in the Financial Services area and will provide an excellent career opportunity for the right Candidate.The salary is negotiable.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

Financial Reporting - Funds/FS Sector - Suit Part-Qualified
Permanent
Updated 1/August/2019
Dublin South

One of Australia's largest owned fund administrators has an opportunity for a Financial Reporting Accountant for a permanent role within their Dublin based 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. We currently have a role for a part-qualified Accountant working with our Financial Reporting team. This role would suit a candidate who has worked in the funds industry or who has experience in the auditing of funds. This role will include, but is not limited to:- • Preparation of management accounts and annual financial statements for a variety of investment funds • 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 requirementsKey Requirements• Part-qualified Chartered Accountant• Valid work permit enabling applicant to work in the Republic of Ireland • Good organisational skills with the ability to prioritise • 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 Microsoft Excel and Word skills • Excellent communication skills • Ability to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner. • Reliable and dependable. • Ability to work on own initiative and take ownership of designated tasksPlease 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.

Finance/Data Analysts - 55-65k - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 1/August/2019
Dublin South

A leading Plc based in South Dublin has an exciting, career enhancing role for recently qualified Chartered Accountants who want to work in 21st century environment with 21st century technologies with global recognitionThis might suit someone looking to make the move from practice to industry and work within a truly global company with colleagues on an international level.We are currently recruiting for a highly motivated Financial Accountant to join our Revenue Team at our Global HQ. You will be a qualified accountant who is looking to take your next step into commercial accounting role which will allow you to collaborate with cross functional teams internationally. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic and innovative environment for a leading global provider of outsourced development services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. As Financial Accountant - Revenue, you will assist in revenue recognition, forecasting, reporting and reconciliations and be responsible for a portfolio of projects and recognise revenues on a global scale - amongst other things.Responsibilities will include:• Revenue Calculations. • Updating financial systems with contractual arrangements with clients, staff deployment on projects and deliverables achieved. • Preparation of the monthly revenue report comparing actual revenue versus forecast with supporting explanations and calculations for variances. • Performing reconciliations of contracts and revenues recognised, resolving and reporting on any discrepancies found. • Liaising with the billing team regarding unbilled revenue balances. • Collaborating with the wider finance team on a regular basis. • Assisting in the creation of monthly reports (forecast, backlog, utilisation), including insightful commentary. • Ensure revenue is recognised within SOX guidelines i.e. relevant controls, documentation, signoff, and filing are in place.Experience and skill requirements:• Newly Qualified Chartered Accountant with experience within practice or industry - small practice considered • Oracle Financials experience preferable with good knowledge/experience with MS Excel • Good communication and interpersonal skills. • Ability to work to tight deadlines with dedication to accuracy. • Demonstrate an ability to balance own work in an efficient manner and to work with a high degree of own initiative.What are the Benefits of Working with us?Other than working with an outstanding team of ambitious people, we also offer a very competitive benefits package. We provide an open and friendly work environment where we empower people and provide them with opportunities to develop their long term career.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.

International Tax Consultant - 55/65 (Newly Qual) CTC/CTA
Permanent
Updated 25/July/2019
Dublin South

Our client in South Dublin is an FMCG global multinational with a well established Finance division and an expanding Tax team. As a first move into Industry this is a nice varied role with plenty of Tax Planning involved. Acquisitions / divestments - EU / Middle East / USA hubs. Very supportive tax team. Strong remuneration package. Job descriptionWorking for and closely with the European Tax Planning Director and European Senior Tax Manager in Dublin the primary responsibilities of this role will be ensuring compliance of the European companies with rapidly changing European rules and regulations as well as assisting in planning and implementing strategies to reduce the overall tax burden. This is a unique opportunity to play a leading financial role within a truly worldwide organization.Tasks• Ensuring full compliance of the co. European legal entities with European rules and regulations, e.g. - o Corporate tax return preparation and filingo Statutory financials (tax review and tax computation)o Assistance with Revenue Auditso Transfer Pricing documentation preparation• Year End Tax Accounting (T-Schedules) and Quarterly Tax Reporting.• Assisting in assuring that European legal structure is tax- and cost-efficient.• Assisting in Tax Planning to reduce global tax burden, focusing on opportunities in Europe and, to a lesser extent, Middle East and Africa.• Managing cross-border intercompany transactions (transfer pricing, dividends, interest, license fees, management charges, etc.) to minimize taxes • Monitoring local country effective tax rates against notional standard rates and explaining variances.• Reviewing local country tax returns to ensure that tax planning strategies and contentious items are properly reflected and to identify new opportunities and exposures.• Support on tax aspects of acquisitions, divestitures, and structured financial transactions.• Maintaining and managing strong relationships with co. operations personnel and international tax advisors and return preparers.• Support regarding tax-related opportunities, such as financial engineering, VAT and customs planning, government grants, etc. Your Profile• Strong academic record and relevant career experience. (AITI / CTC / ACA) • Able to apply technical tax rules in a practical business environment.• Lateral thinker with a creative and flexible approach to tax management.• Self-starter, hands-on attitude with plenty of initiative.• Hard working with a sense of humor.• Team worker with attention to detail.• Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to extract the best from external advisors.• Willingness to travel overseas as necessary.• Basic understanding of United States tax principles is a big plus but is not 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

Treasury Accounting Manager - New role - D2
Permanent
Updated 25/July/2019
Dublin City Centre

International business that has recently established a base in Ireland is seeking to recruit a Chartered Accountant to join their treasury team.This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly successful and innovative business in an interesting and challenging role where you will work as part of a small team that is an integral part of the finance function of the business. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in the overall finance function as well as play a key role in projects that are being undertaken.The organisation is well established with a strong reputation and is very focused on their values of CSR, sustainability, the environment and maintaining their strong reputation.As Treasury Accounting Manager, you will be part of the Group Treasury department and report to the Head of Treasury. You will act as a link between the Group Treasury team, Group Finance and the local Finance teams. Among your challenges, you will be accountable for a wide variety of duties, such as Monthly Closing and financial support for the local Finance teams. You will ensure the accurate and timely recording and control of financial transactions. You will analyse financial results, monitor variances, and recommend actions.You will be manager of the Accounting database by entering, verifying and saving data; and will support the monthly reporting processes of Group Finance by being the first point of contact for questions and clarifications. You will be working in close collaboration with the Group Finance team, with closer interactions with the Finance teams spread in different geographies.The role will manage the accounting of the day to day functions of Group treasury whilst also taking the lead on certain treasury specific operational improvement projects.What you will typically do on daily basis Preparation of Financial ReportsoPrepare monthly group reporting, including P&L statements, balance sheet reports, cash flow statements and accruals, semi-annual consolidations, and analyse the Group financial results (interest charges/income & other financial results)Prepare monthly intercompany reconciliationsPrepare annual financial statements and statutory accountsExecute Day-to-Day Financial ManagementManagement of general accounting, VAT and tax mattersMonitor and reconciliation of bank accountsRun daily simulation in respect of automated accounting processManage the link between the Treasury Management and the Accounting systemsEnsure that the financial records of LCF are consistent with current legal and professional guidelines particularly as they relate to appropriate financial standards (US GAAP / IAS / IFRS / Irish GAAP)Provide IFRS 9 accounting support in relation to trading of commodity trades (CO2), FX deals and intercompany loansSupport & CollaborationLiaise with external auditors providing such assistance as may be requested in connection the annual audit of financial statements and accountsAct as key partner to Group Treasury, promoting Group Treasury developments and better ways of workingSupport in budget and forecast processCross training with the Treasury ManagerAssist with Group Treasury projects, such as process automationIdeal ProfileQualified Accountant (ACA). Treasury qualification is an advantage5-8 years of working experience supporting Corporate Accountancy and Treasury Operations within a large multinational business, preferably in a multi-currency environmentAbility to understand and explain reported treasury numbersTechnical Skills:IFRS knowledge (extensive knowledge of IFRS 9)Financial services exposure / Treasury product knowledgeMark to market / fair value knowledgeSAP experiences considered a distinct advantage The salary on offer will be competitive and will include the following benefits:Bonus 10 - 15%Pension 5%28 days holidaysPlease contact Dave Riordan on 01 637 7251 or Dave.Riordan@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 Practice role - Cork- Partnership potential
Permanent
Updated 9/July/2019
Cork

Our client a well established and growing specialist professional services firm in Cork city is seeking to recruit an experienced Chartered Accountant for a lead role in their firm. For the right candidate there is an excellent career path available with the potential of partnership down the line.This is a senior level role that will see you operate at a strategic level within the firm.You will take full ownership of and responsibility for the management and development of a particular service line within the firm ensuring that it reaches it's full potential and that clients receive the highest standards of service.Ideal CandidateChartered Accountant with a strong track record in practice/professional servicesHigh level communication skills with the ability to build strong relationshipsStrong professional networkThis role may suit a member who is currently self-employed or running their own small practice and who is interested in merging their current client base.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

Head of Operations - Leading Aircraft Leasing - Suit experienced Chartered Accountant
Permanent
Updated 4/July/2019
Dublin City Centre

An exciting opportunity to join the Management Team of a top aircraft leasing company. Based in Dublin, the role has a broad remit including managing the IT and Facilities Management teams, Document Management, Branding and Communications, Event Management and Operations Projects.Reporting to: Chief Operating Officer you will be:A member of the Management Team, Head of Operations will work with other Team Leads on cross functional and operational initiatives and change programmesManaging and further developing a highly motivated Operations Team to deliver excellence across all areas including Document Management, Branding and Communications, Event Management, Facilities Management, IT and Operations ProjectsEnsuring that core systems and services provided anticipate and support the strategic direction of the businessManage several cross functional projects at once, across property development, systems development and platform improvement, process improvement, reporting, and ad hoc initiativesProvide support and guidance to team members participating in cross functional projectsOversee the Operations budget and work with the finance team on forecasting future expenditureDrive for best in class support from vendors and act as point of escalation for any issues as they arisePrerequisite Core Skills and Knowledge Required:5+ years experience working in a senior operations role, preferably in an aircraft leasing company but not essentialStrategic thinker within the operations environment with an ability to see the bigger picture, identify potential issues and provide solutionsProven ability to manage and develop a team within a dynamic environmentTrack record in delivering ambitious projects and managing multiple priorities with a high level of accountability for resultsExperience in process development and improvementAbility to evaluate software systems appropriate for use in the business, and work with providers to adapt/design to meet business needsStrong interpersonal skills, able to create and maintain excellent relationships with key external and internal teamsExcellent communication, negotiation and influencing skillsSolutions driven attitude and comfortable making decisions which are aligned with and supportive of the organisation cultureKey relationships:COO and all members of the Management TeamTeam membersKey stakeholders and shareholder counterparts as requiredVarious 3rd party suppliers including systems providers, facilities management teams, IT providers, travel partners, branding team and project managersMembers interested in this role should email Dave.Riordan or call 6377251When 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

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT - 2 to 5 years PQE Dublin 2 (Energy ) (€60k)
Permanent
Updated 28/June/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a very exciting rapidly growing SME in the Energy sector seeking a top 10 or 20 practice qualified ACA with 2 to 5 years PQE circa. Multiple entities - consols / Analytical projects / valuations / corp finance elements / financial modelling / multicurrencies & jurisdictions. Young dynamic team in an exciting sector in the heart of Dublin 2. You will gain a great breadth of experience reporting to a very supportive FD .€60k + bonus + benefits Strong support team. Consolidations experience and good analytical skills are key. UK / IR GAAP FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT - Reporting to the Finance Manager and Finance Director, your duties will include:• Managing the day to day finance functions; • Managing the payroll function;• Oversight of other staff in the accounts payable and accounts receivable (including EU VAT customers) process and review reconciliation of all bank accounts, intercompany accounts and sales;• Oversight of Intercompany invoicing;• Balance sheet maintenance and reconciliation of each account on a monthly basis;• Preparation of monthly individual and consolidated management accounts and variance analysis to strict reporting deadlines for 5 entities and a number of SPV entities;• Review and submission of VAT returns to Tax Advisor for Irish and UK entities; • Co-ordinate and prepare annual audit pack for external auditors in UK and external Accountant in Ireland;• Review of internal financial controls;• Project budget to actual monthly analysis;• Liaising with engineering teams and senior management regarding budgeting;• Maintain reconciliation of work in progress;• Completion of ad hoc projects, analysis and reporting as required.Candidate Requirements:The ideal candidate will have: • ACA qualification with 2-5 years or more PQE in Industry;• Significant experience in group accounting under Irish/UK GAAP;• Experience in tax compliance with Revenue and HMRC under CT, VAT and PAYE/PRSI/NI tax heads;• Experience in cash flow forecasting across multiple projects concurrently;• Advanced Excel skills;• Excellent communication skills;• Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a small finance team;• Multicurrency and multi-jurisdiction experience.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

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

This is the ideal role for a 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

ERP Implementation Finance consultant (ACA) (Training provided)
Permanent
Updated 4/February/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a large IT Consultancy seeking a qualified ACA to get involved in ERP implementation and Support. This is an unprecedented opportunity for a recently qualified or experienced ACA who loves systems and technology to be trained up on ERP systems implementation. Building client relationships and using your accountancy system experience. This is a consultative role working closely with customers to ensure their needs are satisfied with the services they receive. Responsibilities• Provide excellent technical support on ERP Implementation. • Ensure overall client satisfaction through successful delivery of projects to new and existing customers • Working on projects such as Finance modules • Responsible for gathering feedback and requirements from the customers and analyse customer information to identify the best practices. • Working closely on ERP project management.• Gathers customer requirements and meet these requirements. • Adapts solutions, as necessary, to ensure appropriate support. • Proactively scopes the technical solution required to address customer requirements, evaluates customers’ requirementsDesired Experience • Qualified ACA Preferrably good knowledge and experience of Dynamics 365 but not essential Skills/Behavioural Competencies• Ability to engage confidently with Business and IT leaders in our customer organisations. • Engage and influence at all levels. • Ability to prioritise and multi-task within the role. • Focused on results; competitive drive and ability to work under pressure. • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. • Excellent business acumen with strong analytical ability. 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

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