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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.

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Experienced Senior Accountant - Corporate Services - Dublin 1 - 75k
Permanent
Updated 5/December/2019
Dublin City Centre

A leading corporate services firm has a great opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant, with significant financial services experience, to fill a senior role in our expanding client accounting team. Key Responsibilities include:The successful candidate will be a senior member of the accounting team and part of a busy, client facing, professionally qualified team working under the direction of the Head of Accounting and Managing Director. Their main responsibilities will include:• Preparation of financial statements for a varied portfolio of capital markets and aircraft leasing SPVs in line with transactional and statutory deadlines. Beginning to end responsibility for leading the preparation of financial statements under IFRS or local GAAP, including active involvement in both audit preparation and delivery;• Lead the on boarding of new clients from an accounting perspective by reviewing deal transaction documents, designing the general ledger, assessing the applicable accounting treatment, booking the initial accounting entries and drafting the initial financial statements;• Train and manage less experienced members of the team;• In time take on a portfolio of SPV directorships thereby getting a broader exposure to the transaction and clients;• Lead the interaction with auditors and the client to ensure successful completion of the financial statements;• Manage the completion of quarterly management accounts for a portfolio of aircraft leasing SPVs;• Liaising with the tax advisors and others in relation to VAT and corporation tax compliance. Completion of VAT and CT returns and preparation of iXBRL tagged financial statements;• Preparation and filing of quarterly regulatory returns to Central Bank of Ireland;• Completion of FATCA, EMIR and CRS returns; and• Ensure compliance with internal policies and procedures, while actively contributing to process improvements within the accounting team and to a positive office environment. Skills & Competences:• Qualified ACA accountant, with a minimum of 4 years post qualification financial services experience in a relevant auditing/accounting role within a Top 10 accounting firm or corporate services company;• Ability to review complicated SPV transactions from an accounting perspective and lead the on boarding and delivery of all related accounting requirements;• Strong technical accounting knowledge;• Experience in managing audit trainees/newly qualified accountants;• Experience at either performing an audit or preparing for and answering audit queries;• Experience in a financial reporting role would be an advantage, though not essential;• Proficiency in using MS Office suite of applications with advanced Excel skills is essential;• The candidate should have a desire to work in a fast paced, client facing environment where delivery of a high calibre professional service, to both clients and other counterparties, is of key importance; and• The candidate should be able to think on their feet, show attention to detail and resourcefulness, and have strong communication and organisational skills. An enthusiastic attitude is essential.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

Senior Financial Accountant- D2 - Good work life blend- Excellent salary
Permanent
Updated 2/December/2019
Dublin City Centre

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. 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.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 and you will act as the go-to person in relation to technical accounting queries.The company in question is also open to considering a member returning to work or who is seeking flexible working arrangements.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 PQESalary will be highly competitive and commensurate with experience and they are 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

Financial Controller - Legal Sector - Dublin 4
Permanent
Updated 29/November/2019
Donnybrook

Our client is a partnership in Dublin 4 seeking a Financial Controller to join their team on a permanent full-time basis. This diverse and hands on role will see you working closely with the Practice Manager to oversee the accounting function of the business.The ideal Chartered Accountant will have 8 years + PQE. Responsibilities• Preparation of quarterly accounts in a timely manner• Preparing, analysing and presenting of monthly financial reports• Coordinating the auditing processes to ensuring a clean audit report is obtained as part of a timely year end close• Manage and administer all tax compliance requirements• Manage accounts including policies and procedures, finance staff, intercompany transactions, payrolls, accounting controls, cash and working capital management• Communicating with internal and external stakeholders• Building a top-class finance function that supports business plans• Optimise financial information systems and processes to drive efficiencies and automation where possibleRequirements• Qualified ACA / FCA with 5+ years PQE and will demonstrate accounting experience preferably within the professional services sector• Confidence and professionalism together with strong communication, organisational, analytical and management skills• A background of systems implementation along with a strong emphasis on financial control is important• Desire to continuously improve, raise standards, reduce errors and perfect processes• Experience in guiding and managing a finance team in their daily tasks• Self-disciplined, thorough, methodical and predictable in approach to completing tasksPlease 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

Sole Practitioner- Opportunity to join established Cork City Firm
Permanent
Updated 27/November/2019
Cork

Our client a well established and growing specialist professional services firm in Cork city is seeking to invite an experienced Chartered Accountant Sole Practitioner to join the firm.The ideal person would be an accountant who would welcome having a range of expert services (such as tax, corporate finance, financial planning) available to them in-house.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 637 7251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this opportunity.When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission their firm. For the right candidate there is an excellent career path available with the potential of partnership down the line.

Tax Associate
Permanent
Updated 27/November/2019
Dublin

Our client is a top legal firm and their Tax team is currently seeking to recruit a Tax Associate to join our Dublin office. The Role / OpportunityTheir Tax team provides market leading tax advice and solutions across a wide-range of tax matters. They have a particular expertise in the area of financial services – including advising on transactions relating to structured finance, investment management, capital markets, real estate, private equity, banking, treasury and reinsurance. The successful candidate will work closely with the Partners to advise across all tax heads on a wide range of tax consultancy matters. He/she will also assist in the management of the corporation tax and VAT compliance for a portfolio of clients. The position offers the successful candidate an excellent opportunity to develop their tax technical expertise across all tax-heads. A very competitive remuneration package is included and there is significant potential for career progression.ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate will be required to;• Work closely with Partners on a wide range of tax advisory projects;• Perform research on tax technical issues and draft relevant tax advice to clients;• Build and maintain excellent relationships with clients and corporate service providers to those clients;• Assist in the management of the corporation tax and VAT compliance for a portfolio of clients;• Assist with the training and monitoring of trainees together with reviewing their work.Requirements and SkillsThe successful candidate must hold a relevant tax qualification and should have some or all of the following skills;• Excellent technical skills;• An ability to work in a team environment;• Strong attention to detail and organisational skills;• Project management skills and ability to work within deadlines;• Previous experience in the area of financial services is an advantage but is not necessary.ApplicationsInterested candidates should email their CV to dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie 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

Finance Business Partner (2/3 yrs PQE) Sth Dub FMCG 12 Months Initially (58/62k + bens)
Contract
Updated 27/November/2019
Dublin

12 month contract initially Finance Business Partner 1 to 3 years PQE FMCG sector Household nameSth Dublin 1-3 years + pqe ACA top 10 or industry trained. 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

Non-Exec Director - Compliance Service - Dublin North City
Permanent
Updated 22/November/2019
Dublin City Centre

A fast growing online financial compliance service, specialising in Company Formation, Company Secretarial Services, Accounts and tax return preparation has an opportunity for a member to gain Non-Exec exposure.The company has experienced rapid growth over the last two years and as a result we now require the services of a Non Executive Director to assist us in achieving our strategic objectives.This is a newly created role, initially in a volunteer capacity, with reimbursement of out of pocket expensesCompetencies and Skills1. To provide independent judgement and advice on issues of strategy, vision, performance, resources and standards of conduct and constructively challenge, influence and help the Board develop strategies.2. Proven experience in financial services, including high growth, small company successes3. Experience in risk management4. Excellent communication, relationship and delivery skills5. Knowledge of current management thinking on employment, branding, engagement, strategic vision and stakeholder communication, experience in executive remuneration and compensationThe required time for the position would be 1-2 days per quarter.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

Audit and Risk Committee Member - Voluntary role
Permanent
Updated 22/November/2019
Dublin City Centre

The Retirement Planning Council of Ireland clg (“RPCI”; “the Company”)Audit, Risk & Governance Committee (“the Committee”)Terms of Reference1.0 PurposeThe purpose of the Committee is to carry out the functions set out below and any further matters referred to it by the Board in relation to Financial reporting; Internal Control; Risk management; Internal audit; External audit and Corporate governance; to report to the Board on a regular basis and to make any recommendations as considered necessary arising from the Committee’s work.2.0 MembershipThe Board of the company shall appoint the Chair and the other members of the Committee. All members of the committee shall be independent non-executive directors of the Company. The Committee shall consist of not less than three members whom the Board believes have appropriate knowledge, skills and expertise. At least one member of the Committee should have recent and relevant financial experience. A quorum shall be two members one of whom shall be the Committee Chair. The Committee may invite any person it deems appropriate to attend any of its meetings. While there is no fixed term of membership, membership of the Committee will be reviewed annually by the Board to ensure an appropriate balance between continuity and fresh perspectives.The Chair of the Committee shall as a Committee Secretary.3.0 Frequency of meetingsMeetings shall be held not less than four times per annum, (to coincide with key dates in the Company’s financial reporting cycle). The Chair of the Committee may call a meeting at any time. The Chair of the Board may request the Committee Chair to call a meeting of the Committee to address specific matters.There should be at least one meeting a year where the Committee meets the external auditors.The external auditor may request a meeting should they consider that one is necessary.Meetings will be formal and minuted. Members may attend in person or by tele or video conference call.4.0 AuthorityThe Committee is authorised by the Board to:• Investigate any activity within its terms of reference• Seek any information it requires from any employee or contractor of the Company and all employees and contractors are directed to co-operate with any request made by the Committee• Obtain external independent professional advice, at the Company’s expense.5.0 DutiesThe duties of the Committee shall include:Financial reporting• to review, and challenge where necessary, the actions and judgements of management, in relation to the Company’s financial statements, operating and financial review, interim reports, preliminary announcements and related formal statements before submission to, and approval by, the Board, and before clearance by the auditors. Particular attention should be paid to:- critical accounting policies and practices and any changes in them;- decisions requiring a significant element of judgement;- the extent to which the financial statements are affected by any unusual transactions in the year and how they are disclosed;- the clarity of disclosures;- significant adjustments resulting from the audit;- the going concern assumption;- compliance with accounting standards; and- compliance with company and charity legislation;• to consider other topics, as defined by the Board.Internal control• to review the Company’s procedures for detecting fraud and whistle blowing and ensure that arrangements are in place by which Directors, staff and other persons may, in confidence, raise concerns about possible improprieties in matters of financial reporting, financial control or any other matters• to review management’s reports on the effectiveness of the systems for internal financial control, financial reporting and risk management• to monitor the integrity of the Company’s internal financial controlsRisk management• to ensure that the Company’s risk register and safety statement is reviewed on a regular basis and not less than annually. • to also review and approve the risk management statement.• to assess the scope and effectiveness of the systems to identify, assess, manage and monitor financial and non-financial risks. [Note: the Board retains responsibility for the review of the effectiveness of the system of internal control and must form its own opinion despite aspects of that review being delegated to the Committee.]Internal audit• to consider periodically whether there is a need for an internal audit function.• to perform regular random check of the internal finance system e.g. purchases; payments; credit card; EFTs; etc.• to review and monitor management’s responsiveness to the internal audit findings and recommendationsExternal audit• to oversee the Company’s relations with the external auditor• to consider, and make recommendations on the appointment, reappointment and removal of the external auditor• to approve the terms of engagement and the remuneration to be paid to the external auditor in respect of audit services provided• to access the qualification, expertise and resources, effectiveness and independence of the external auditors annually. Steps to consider include:- seeking reassurance that the auditors and their staff have no family, financial, employment, investment or business relationship with the Company.- seeking from the audit firm, on an annual basis, information about policies and processes for maintaining independence and monitoring compliance with relevant requirements, including current requirements regarding the rotation of audit partners and staff- monitoring the external audit firms’ compliance with applicable ethical guidance relating to the rotation of audit partners, the level of fees that the Company pays in proportion to the overall fee income of the firm, office and partner and other related regulatory requirements.• to discuss with the external auditor, before the audit commences, the nature and scope of the audit• to review with the external auditor, the findings of its work, including, any major issues that arose during the course of the audit and have subsequently been resolved and those issues that have been left unresolved; key accounting and audit judgements; levels of errors identified during the audit, obtaining explanations from management and, where necessary the external auditors as to why certain errors might remain unadjusted• to review the audit representation letters before consideration by the Board, giving particular consideration to matters that relate to non-standard issues• to assess, at the end of the audit cycle, the effectiveness of the audit process by:- reviewing whether the auditor has met the agreed audit plan and understanding the reasons for any changes in perceived audit risks and the work undertaken by the external auditors to address those risks- consideration of the robustness and perceptiveness of the auditors in their handling of the key accounting and audit judgements identified and in responding to questions from the Committee, and in their commentary, where appropriate, on the systems of internal control, and- obtaining feedback about the conduct of the audit from key people involved• to review and monitor the content of the external auditor’s management letter, in order to assess whether it is based on a good understanding of the Company’s business and establish whether recommendations have been acted upon and, if not, the reasons why they have not been acted upon• to develop and recommend to the Board the Company’s policy in relation to the provision of non-audit services by the auditor and ensure that the provision of such services does no impair the external auditor’s independence or objectivity. In doing so, the Committee should:- consider whether the skills and experience of the audit firm make it a suitable supplier of the non-audit services- consider whether there are safeguards in place to ensure that there is no threat to objectivity and independence in the conduct of the audit resulting from the provision of such services by the external auditor- consider the nature of the non-audit services, the related fee levels, and the fee levels individually and in aggregate relative to the audit fee- consider the compensation of the individuals performing the audit, and- the Committee must be independent of all non-audit work being performed by the external auditor.Governance• to oversee the development of a Company Governance Code (“the Code”) which, inter alia, complies with the requirements of the Charity Regulator, and to submit this to the Board of RPCII for approval.• to ensure that the Code fulfils the RPCI’s Charities Governance responsibilities and provides a continuing focus on governance that will enhance the Board’s performance and effectiveness, taking into consideration governance best practise, as applicable. It shall also assist the Board in establishing RPCI as a recognised Retirement Planning Institution for its good governance practises.• to review and assess the adequacy of RPCI’s policies and procedures on governance, including the RPCI constitution, and to recommend changes for the approval of the Board• to advise the Board on any significant developments in the regulatory and best practices of governance• to develop and recommend a specific and clearly stated Governance Implementation Plan with timelines to be approved by the Board. To periodically review and recommend amendments as necessary to the RPCI Code for Board approval.• to perform other duties and responsibilities expressly relating to governance matters expressly delegated by the Board from time to time.6.0 ReportingThe Committee Chair shall circulate the minutes of meetings of the Committee to all members of the Board as soon as practicable after each meeting. The Committee shall prepare a report on its role and responsibilities and the actions it has taken to discharge those responsibilities for inclusion in the annual report and accounts. Such a report should specifically include:• a summary of the role of the Committee• the names and qualifications of all members of the Committee during the period• the number of Committee meetings and attendance by each member and• the way the Committee has discharged its responsibilitiesWhere disagreements between the Committee and the Board cannot be resolved, the Committee shall report such an issue to the members as part of the report on its activities in the Company’s annual report.If the Board does not accept the Committee’s recommendation regarding the appointment, reappointment and removal of the external auditor, the Committee shall include a statement explaining its recommendation and reasons why the Board has taken a different stance in the annual report.The Chair shall attend the AGM and shall answer questions, through the Chairperson of the Board, on the Committee’s activities and its responsibilities.7.0 PerformanceThe Committee shall undertake an annual review of its effectiveness that will be submitted to the Board for its approval8.0 ReviewThe Committee shall review its Terms of Reference on an annual basis and submit them to the Board for approval.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

Assistant Accountant - Suit Part-Qualified - Global Tech Organisation
Permanent
Updated 18/November/2019
Dublin South

A leading tech/online company is looking for a part-qualified Chartered Accountant or qualified/experienced Accounting Technician to join our Finance team in our Dublin office. This role will report to the Financial Controller (FC).Responsibilities:• Preparation of monthly billing.• Balance sheet verification (Bank reconciliation etc.,)• Preparation of cash flow forecasting.• Preparation and review of supplier payments.• Assisting with the preparation of month-end board reporting packs including the preparation of commentary for management information purposes.• Management of the Accounts Payable Process.• VAT – completion of accurate returns and ensuring VAT accounted for correctly on all revenue streams and spend.• Quarterly VIES reporting.• Preparation of the Audit file and liaising with external auditors.• Finance process improvement work.• Assist with any ad-hoc tasks as and when neededJob Qualifications:• Part qualified Chartered Accountant/ Qualified Accounts Technician.• Experience of Microsoft Great Plains software would be an advantage• Previous experience in the IT industry is preferable.• Excellent organisational and accounting skills and advanced proficiency in Microsoft ExcelPersonal Characteristics:• Must be meticulous- paying great attention to detail and be highly numerate• A positive, enthusiastic, can-do attitude and flexible approach to work• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills• Self-starter with an ability to work on their own initiative and demonstrate the ability to be a strong team player and work to deadlinesPlease 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.

Sr. Financial Accountant (65/75k base) - Global MNC Sth Dub / Report to MD
Permanent
Updated 18/November/2019
Dublin South

GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTANCY - STH DUBLIN Our client multi-disciplinary firm of Consulting specialists with offices in Dublin and Munster. It is part of a global group employing more than 15,000 accross the world. Growing steadily in Ireland. They currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced ACA Financial Accountant to build a career in our long established, fast growing, multi-national organisationReporting directly to the Managing Director, with a dotted line to the Regional Head of Finance in Group HQ, this Financial Accountant position is responsible for the finance function of the company, and is a central role with key areas of responsibility including:• Preparation of quarterly consolidated accounts using SAP Business Objects software• Year end accounts and audits for associated companies and 1 EU branch• Bi-monthly VAT returns• Input into preparation of monthly management accounts• Preparation and submission of monthly PAYE/PRSI returns• Supervision of payroll and monthly reconciliation of same• Responsible for managing the controls and approvals around supplier engagements and approvals of bi-monthly AP supplier payrun and staff expenses• Maintain internal controls in line with Group policies and best accounting practice• Corporation Tax Returns for company and Norwegian branch• Company Secretarial Returns• Responsibility for treasury management of the company, monitoring the cash position on a monthly / weekly basis as necessary• Submission of Monthly cashflow reports to Group Treasury• Central Statistic Office returns• Supervision of 3 staff• WIP and Debt monitoring• Attendance at monthly management meetings• Responsible for arranging company Insurance policies• Administration on behalf of the company of DB and DC Pension SchemesRequirements :-• Qualified ACA with a minimum of 5 years’ post qualification experience, ideally gained within a Professional Services environment• Multinational experience would be useful also• Tax Qualification would be advantageous• Excellent technical accounting/auditing background• Strong people management skills• Proven analytical skills with an ability to work within strict deadlines• Excellent interpersonal skills• Driven, enthusiastic, proactive individualPlease 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

Recently qualified - Leading Plc Opportunity - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 15/November/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 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 Commercial Analyst - Tech/Retail - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 14/November/2019
Sandyford Industrial Estate

An entrepreneurial business with a number of operations within their group is seeking to recruit a commercially minded Chartered Accountant for a challenging and diverse role that will provide you with the opportunity to gain exposure across a wide range of business sectors including technology, retail, vending and travel.The role will see you reporting to and working closely with the Head of Finance also a Chartered Accountant.You will focus on providing timely and relevant management information to the senior management team to support key strategic and business decisions.The role is ideal for a commercially and business minded member who enjoys a role that is close to the operations of the business and where you can impact the decisions being made. The ideal candidate will be a qualified Chartered Accountant with 2 - 5 years PQE, who is a self- starter and can work on their own initiative and take ownership of processes, controls and projects.Technology is a key driver for this business and it is reflected in how they operate. You will have the opportunity to leverage BI tools and you need to be tech savvy.The group is now looking for a Chartered Accountant with industry experience to take over a number of functions currently performed by the Head of Finance.These include:- managing a three person finance team - working with our in-house SQL database developer- producing detailed management accounts for each business unit- providing enterprise level business analysis and commentary on the performance of each of the business units- managing compliance, audit and taxation requirements for our legal entities based in Ireland and the UK- evolving management reporting tools including Microsoft PowerBI- implementing key controls as agreed with the Head of Finance and in line with the business risk registerMembers interested in this role should email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call me on 01 637 7322 for a confidential discussion in relation to this role.When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement. The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Controller (SME) 70/75k Dublin
Permanent
Updated 14/November/2019
Dublin West

Our client is a privately owned organisation with offices in Ireland and the UK. The group operates a number of companies involved in payment and physical financial security product solutions.Financial Controller Manufacturing and distribution SME with turnover of €10/12M. 25 Staff / Lucrative & Profitable  Family Business / Seeking to expand into UK in due course 3 finance staff to manage  ACA circa 10-15 years PQE  Strong accounting fundamentals  Willing to be involved at ground level of the day to day finance function Key duties & Responsibilities include : o Carry out billing for customers where billing is specialized, complex or via clearing, suspense, etc.o Purchases - Enter purchases where they are specialized, complex or via clearing, suspense, require special reportingo Payments - Certain specialized payments, e.g. remittances to GAC & NTAo Stock - Periodic stock adjustments, e.g. consumables issued to SLC Agentso Organising year-end and some interim stocktakeso Fixed Asset registerso Depreciation calculation and journalso RSA Stock & payments / Accruals & Prepayments Dividends / Inter-company balances o Monthly Payroll / Exchequer• Pension & VHI Schemes• Monthly returns & Reporting o Monthly Sales Reports & Management Accounts / Infoo Ad Hoc reportingo Systems - Responsibility / go-to person for certain systems.o Management of banking relationship & arrangements & CC Facilities o Direct debits & Bank ReconciliationsOperational management – Office o Some HR admin & support, e.g. draft contracts & Personnel o In charge of Insurance arrangementso Management of ISO documentation & Reports & Internal Audit program o Preparation of ISO reports, e.g. Annual Review, Targets, Env Stats, etc.• Regulatory Returns / Revenue / VAT / INTRASTAT & VIES / Statutory AuditPlease 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

Assistant Manager (Tax) - Large Firm - Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 8/November/2019
Dublin City Centre

A leading Dublin firm has an opportunity for a motivated Chartered Accountant to join their team as an assistant tax manager and could be of interest to someone early in their managerial career. This role will provide a platform for anyone seeking to broaden their overall managerial, knowledge and skills within a busy, dynamic and growing tax department. The job holder will work with senior team members across the practice to develop tax structures for clients. The job holder leads the delivery of Tax assignments and the delivery of high-quality assignments across multiple tax heads and consulting assignments, within the required timescales. The post holder will lead supervisors, seniors and tax trainees on assignments. This role is part of the management team in the organisation's career framework. It is an ideal opportunity for anyone seeking to further their career in Practice. KEY RESULT AREAS1. Project manage the delivery of a broad cross sector of assignments and supervise the junior team members as required. 2. Oversee and take responsibility for assignment scheduling, planning, staffing and structure. 3. Oversee assignments and contribute to the planning and staffing requirements as required. Ensure staff are adequately briefed in advance on the specific tasks and goals of each assignment. 4. Participate and assist when required with tenders and / or fee quotes. 5. Project lead the provision of advice to clients on tax planning opportunities and work with partners in a variety of consultancy projects6. Manage multiple tax assignments concurrently and ensure the most effective and efficient use of time and resources at all times. Seek guidance from immediate manager as required. 7. Proactively liaise and build effective working relationships with firm staff in all disciplines (Audit, Company Secretarial etc.) to facilitate and support the Tax Department.8. Manage client relationships. Contact, liaise and foster business relationship that develops the client portfolio further. 9. Manage the delivery of assignments to a high standard of quality, while adhering to allotted timescales, budgets and resource allocation and presenting the assignment for completion to Partner. Ensure all assignments have clear supporting rationale10. Proactively pitch for new business and drive growth of the firm11. Be fully conversant and understand the authority levels of this role and those of all relevant stakeholders to ensure full compliance with the Firm’s policies, procedures and regulations. 12. Manage the day-to-day supervision, ensure the training needs and on-the-job training are met. Mentor junior staff allocated to assignments and fully participate in all Performance Management initiatives as required. Essential Knowledge & Skills: -  A qualification as a Tax Consultant CTC/CTA is essential and be a Chartered Accountant PQE 4 plus years  Demonstrable understanding of multiple tax heads and awareness of topical issues Strong technical competence.  Proven ability to work on a diverse range of clients across multiple sectors Excellent verbal and written communication skills  Well-developed Project Management skills plus the proven ability to handle multiple tasks/projects at any one time. Essential competencies: -  People Leadership: Proven ability to listen, build rapport, influence and build relationships & keen to develop career into a more senior management role. Proven experience in supervising trainee accountants. Practice Management: Proven ability to focus on performance, meeting deadlines and producing results. A proven decision maker, evidence of sound judgement and common sense Client Leadership: Displays confidentiality, confidence, agility and affinity with client and sector specialisms.  Business Development: A strategic thinker, takes ownership of learning, empathy with client needs, seeks way to improve. Evidence of enthusiasm and keeps abreast of developments in this sector.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 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 Group Financial Accountant - Dub CC - 1 Year (PLC)
Contract
Updated 7/November/2019
Dublin City Centre

One of our core FMCG mnc clients is seeking a Senior Group Finance Accountant who will be working as part of a small team responsible for the preparation of the Company's and Group’s monthly consolidated management accounts, half-yearly and annual consolidated IFRS financial statements and presentations, preparation of budgets and forecasts, preparation of reporting packages to the Board. The role will also include leading the technical accounting projects within the Group. This is a 1 year contract. Major Responsibilities And Tasks/Duties Of The Position• Working in a small team and reporting directly to the Group Financial Controller with responsibility for;o Monthly consolidated management accounts including income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statemento Budgeting and forecastingo Year-end consolidation o Preparation and production of the Annual Reporto Preparation of the interim and preliminary stock exchange announcementso Preparation of AGM, interim and preliminary results investor presentationso Interaction with external auditors• Preparation, review and presentation to the Finance Director of monthly consolidated management and statutory accounts including income statement, balance sheet and cash flow• Assist the Group Financial Controller with the coordination of the annual audit and half-year review activities performed by the external auditors• Assist in the management, preparation and production of the Annual Report• Assist in the management and preparation and production of interim and preliminary results announcements and presentations• Assisting in the management of the annual budget process• Perform accounting research and analysis of new transactions, business initiatives and new accounting pronouncements and document the appropriate accounting treatment• Work with the divisions to respond to questions and implement process improvements in order to create efficiencies and reduce timeframes for deliverables • Assist with ad hoc requests and special projects including acquisition due diligence activities and integration of newly-acquired businessRequired SkillsJOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES (Knowledge, Skill And Experience Requirements)• Minimum of 2+ years of post-qualification accounting experience• Experience at a Big 4 or large accounting firm, preferably on publicly traded clients• IFRS financial reporting experience • Experience using web-based financial reporting applications preferred• Solid background and understanding of accounting principles, including the preparation of financial statements and technical accounting experience• Experience in statutory reporting requirements and preparation of annual reports for publicly listed companies.• Understanding of Corporate Governance requirements• Proficiency with Microsoft Office and database applications• Ability to effectively prioritise multiple projects in order to meet tight deadlines and produce high quality work is required• Strong attention to detail and ability to work well both independently and in a team environment is required• Strong analytical and interpersonal skillsINTERNAL & EXTERNAL RELATIONS• Senior Management, Executive Directors and Corporate Reporting • All Divisions’ Controllers and Finance Managers• External AuditorsEDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION• Chartered Accountant• Plc accounting or financial reporting experiencePlease 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 Accountant - Interesting Hybrid Role - Co. Clare
Permanent
Updated 5/November/2019
Clare

A leading outsourced company based in Co. Clare has an opportunity for qualified Chartered Accountants who are looking to move out of practice into industry and these roles offer an interesting hybrd mix. Your main objectives will be: • Preparation of monthly cash reports. • Preparation of accounting information for a number of securitization companies. • Preparation of budgets / forecasts.• Preparation and filing of annual accounts and submissions. • Preparation of quarterly board papers and attendance at board meetings. The successful candidate will be a qualified Chartered Accountant with relevant experience, will be proficient with Excel and related reporting tools. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are an essential part of the job. This excellent opportunity would suit a self-starting team-player who is flexible and has the drive to meet the challenges of our fast moving business. We offer an attractive employment package with a competitive salary and excellent labour conditions. Reporting to the Managing Director, the main responsibilities associated with this role include, but are not limited to the following: • Preparation of monthly cash reports • Calculation of monthly payments • Preparation of quarterly accounting information • Preparation of quarterly board papers to tight deadlines • Approval of payments to third parties • Monitoring compliance with corporate formalities and operative agreements • Dealing with various external parties • Preparation / filing VAT and statutory returns • Drafting Board minutes• Special projects as required. Skills/Qualifications/Experience• Qualified ACA• From Recently Qualified Up to 2 years PQE • Ability to work on own initiative and take responsibility for all client deliverables• Excellent interpersonal/communication skills are essential • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills are essential • Aircraft Leasing experience an advantage • Understanding of consolidation accounting principles • Ability to work within tight operating deadlines • Highly motivated and able to work under own initiative• Ambitious, proactive and a team player Please 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

Group Financial Reporting Accountant - Contract 6 mths (Munster)
Contract
Updated 4/November/2019
Munster

OUr client is a multinational plc offering a 6 months contract based in Munster. Working within the Group Financial Reporting Team giving you exposure to our global Financial Control teams and time with our Group Controller and CFO. There is a large level of touchpoints externally for e.g. Auditors. You will be involved in projects as required to transition into and get exposure within the department including acquisition accounting, disposal accounting, intangible assets management, group reorganisations, statistical reporting, process improvement etc.Support the interim and annual Group financial statements delivery ensuring:* Accurate reporting of the Group financial statements.* Compliance with all relevant rules and regulations.* All deadlines are adhered to.Co-ordinate the delivery of the local legal entity financial statements:* Liaising with relevant personnel across the Group to ensure that the local financial statements are filed on time.* Ensure that these local entity statements are per the consolidated accounts and are accurate before sign-off by Directors.Review and consolidate year end files as part of the Group consolidation process:* Participate in the year end consolidation process taking responsibility for specific files.* Become an expert in the Group consolidation tool – Hyperion.* Liaise with the Group Auditors on any specific files / issues.Your Profile:* Qualified ACA / FCA* Advanced Excel skills essential* Excellent attention to detail and accuracy* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills* Strong organisational skills with a proven ability to manage work load.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

Corporate Finance Senior
Permanent
Updated 1/November/2019
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a Medium sized practice with a really nice culture based in 2 locations seeking a Corporate FInance Senior . The role will involve delivery of quality corporate finance services to an extensive client base and working on a pro-active basis with clients to bring them added value and business development advice.Provide support and assistance to Partner/Managers in the management and delivery of a comprehensive range of business and corporate finance services to clients, including corporate sale and acquisition, raising of finance, deal structuring, shareholder agreements and MBO's and corporate restructurings.Liaise directly with clients and other advisors in a professional manner while undertaking assignments. Adhere to proven methodology, approach and technical requirements in undertaking work on each assignment.Preparation of projections and financial models.Preparation of business plans, information memoranda and other specialised reports for clients.Act in a business advisory role with clients, grow general and specialist market knowledge and generate new business for the Firm.Collaborate with other specialist departments (Tax, Audit, HR, etc.) in the delivery of service to clients.Occasional involvement in supporting other departments in the provision of services across audit, accounting, forensic and insolvency.Key Competencies :Candidate will be a qualified ACA Be highly organised and actively contribute to the team, ensure the quality of the work is above reproach and risk is minimised with client, work is at a high level of completion before review by manager/partner and delivery to clientsExcellent interpersonal, oral and written communications skills.High level of experience and expertise of MS Excel.Ability to work to specific business deadlines.Ability to effectively project manage a number of assignments simultaneously.Flexibility is an important part of the role.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

Experienced Accountant - Dynamic SME- Louth base
Permanent
Updated 31/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 and offers huge potential to develop a wide skills set due to potential job rotation. Roles & Responsibilities• This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer• Preparation of weekly cash flow projections • Maintenance of Debtors ledger and the associated client follow-up• Preparation of payroll• Preparation of monthly management accounts together with a highlight commentary within 3 days of month-end.• Maintenance of Balance sheet reconciliations file• Sales invoicing in accordance with client contract terms• Effective and proactive working with the management team.• Preparation for and attendance at weekly meetings (Contracts, Sales Pipeline etc)• Maintaining and enhancing finance sections of Smartsheet application (subject to training)• Assist with the implementation of new standards and IS applications as the opportunity arises. • Participating in various LEAN projects• 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• Participate in a role rotation with the Accountant – Management and Systems position, tentatively planned for March 2020.• Other ad-hoc matters as they ariseCompany Values • Present a professional image to business partners• Meet and exceed the customers’ expectations.• Promote and live the values of the company.• Project the values of the company in all internal & external relationships.Health & Safety• Be aware of and implement Health and Safety policies and procedures to promote a safe working environment at all times.• Any Safety issues to be reported and the company procedure to be followed. 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

Finance Director / CFO - Nth Dublin
Permanent
Updated 25/October/2019
Dublin North

Our client is in the construction / technology sector Nth Dublin seeking an experienced CFO / FD with a Big 4 background. The role would suit a highly motivated, quality focused individual with strong organisational skills. Part of the Senior management team. Duties will include • Full ownership of both the Finance and internal Control/Compliance areas of the business • Responsibility for all financial, regulatory reporting, compliance and taxation matters • Responsible for the production and presentation of (concise, clear and easy to read) financial results to the Board on a strict Monthly & Quarterly basis • Involved in strategic decisions to maximise and improve financial performance o Business Planning / Sales Forecasting in Conjunction with Group BDM o Investment Planning / RoI Calcs o Cash Flow Forecasting o Trend Analysis • Assess and Report on Financial Risk to Board • Project Management of new ERP System • Strategic Funding advice • Oversee Investment & Asset Management • Advise on Joint Ventures / Mergers • Management/Supervision of all accounting functions up to Audit level o Job Cost o Management and control of subcontractors o Management of cashflow and payment schedules o Sales Ledger & Purchase Ledgers • Develop process improvement recommendations • Preparation of KPI’s for review by Senior Management • Management and control of all administrative and accounting staff • Support other members of the management team in achieving their aims as appropriate. Experience / Skills Required ::• FCA qualified • 10+ Years Experience PQE with a number of years experience as Financial Controller FD or CFO at a dynamic Company • Experience in Various Funding Methods • Possess excellent numeracy and analytical skills • Experience in Job Cost Management essential • International Experience would be a strong advantage • Experience in Group Structures • Audit, Process & Regulatory Compliance and Experience (Big 4 experience an advantage) • Strong presence, excellent leadership abilities, and ability to engage on a business and commercial level with all stakeholders in a fast-moving and changing business environment. • Experience of a similar role in the Construction and/or Technology Industry would be a strong advantagePlease 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

(Interim) Internal Audit Professional - Great CV enhancer - North Dublin
Permanent
Updated 21/October/2019
Dublin

Our client a prestigious organisation in North Dublin is seeking to recruit an experienced internal audit professional on an interim basis, ideall to start immediately.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 ideal candidate 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 assignedThe salary on this role will be highly competitive and will reflect the importance of this role and the experience you bring to the role.Please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331 or Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie for a confidential chat about this role. When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

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 Dave Riordan on 01 637 7331 for a confidential chat or mail 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

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

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

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.

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 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

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

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