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Senior Commercial Analyst - 3 day week - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 18/July/2018
Sandyford Industrial Estate

Entrepreneurial business with a number of operations within their group are 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 and to and working closely with the CFO 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 3 - 7 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 CFO. 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 CFO 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

Treasury & Credit Risk Analyst - Immediate start - Fixed term contract
Contract
Updated 17/July/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading financial services team has an immediate opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to for a fixed term contract.The overall role and responsibility of the individual will be to act as a Treasury and Credit Risk business analyst representing Risk Assurance and Oversight’s interests as the bank implements its change agenda (local and Group level). This covers the full change management process from assisting in the identification and specification of Treasury and Credit Risk data requirements through test case construction to testing and issue resolution. The candidate will actively participate in a group project, which is a long-term programme to implement improved group-wide data architecture.The successful candidate will:• Act as business analyst, representing interests from a change management perspective and ensuring Treasury and Credit Risk data requirements are delivered in line with expectations;• Assist in the co-ordination of business requirements;• In co-operation with subject matter experts, prepare and specify Business Requirements Documents and review and fine-tune Functional Specification Documents in respect of any Treasury Risk data changes proposed;• Compile change readiness and release sign-off criteria;• Be responsible for co-ordination of business UAT testing, including testing on all testing environments and other systems from principally a reporting, but also a functionality, perspective. Compare and contrast to existing/expected report outputs to ensure accuracy and completeness of new data;• Prepare sample test case/files to ensure comprehensive coverage of potential scenarios;• Manage reporting issues – notification, tracking and follow-up of reporting issues via tracking tools to ensure timely recognition and resolution;• Liaise closely with the data advisor to help define data requirements and follow-up of data issues;• Cooperate proactively with the project teams, IT and the change team with regard to planning, testing schedules, issue identification and prioritisation etc.;• Attend and provide input to weekly checkpoint meetings with the project teams, maintaining project awareness of open items;• Lead other project/initiatives which have a local impact or require local input e.g. implementation of a Data WarehouseExperience:• In the Financial Services Sector; • In data management, Credit/ Treasury Risk or business analysis, preferably in a change related role.Skills and Abilities:• Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills;• Strong written and verbal communication skills;• Ability to quickly assimilate new information;• Business / IT architecture skills are an advantage;• Treasury/Credit or other risk management experience is an advantage;• Business and Process Analysis knowledge preferable, particularly on data flow management;• Capable of understanding both the detailed data requirements whilst being able to see the big picture;Members 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 Accountant - Construction Sector - Leading Irish Company
Permanent
Updated 17/July/2018
Dublin South

A leading construction firm has an opportunity for a Financial Accountant to assist the company’s existing finance team. This role will extend to the areas of finance, accounting, taxation and company secretarial compliance for the wider group. Responsibilities will include but are not restricted to the following:• Preparing monthly and quarterly management accounts for group companies as well as annual consolidated accounts in accordance with the group reporting timetable;• Preparing year-end statutory accounts for all group companies and liaising with the group’s external auditors to conclude the audits in a timely manner;• Assisting the group’s tax advisors in preparing the group’s annual corporation tax returns;• Monthly review of the group creditor and debtor ledgers and investigating any delays in receipts / payments;• Preparing and / or reviewing statutory VAT, RCT and PAYE/PRSI returns and ensuring that such returns are filed on time;• Maintaining the group’s fixed asset register and recharging usage to the various sites where applicable;• Liaising with the Quantity Surveying department to ensure that the monthly drawdowns are submitted to the various funders within agreed timeframes;• Ongoing review of site development costs across all active jobs to ensure liquidity is being managed properly; • Document processing where required – invoices, journals, bank reconciliations, payments etc;• Development and implementation of internal control procedures to help ongoing business development needs;• Liaising where necessary with owner management companies and property agents;• Previous system implementation experience would be an advantage as we are currently in the process of upgrading / changing the group software package;• Assisting in creating and developing financial templates for ongoing senior management reporting requirements where applicable;• Such other tasks as may reasonably be expected of you by the company from time to time.The Financial Accountant will report directly to the Financial Controller. Strong MS Office skills combined with good general IT knowledge is essential. The candidate should be a self-starter with strong inter-personal skills that is comfortable working with multiple departments. Timeliness and accuracy are requirements for all information and reports. Members 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

Assistant Manager - Leading Plc - Exciting project role - Dublin South
Permanent
Updated 17/July/2018
Dublin South

This leading Plc has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join as Assistant Manager for a project office. The position offers the right candidate a unique and excellent opportunity for professional development, enhancement of financial, IT and management skills and an unrivalled exposure to senior management and companies throughout the GroupGeneral Management and Administration• Assist the Group Project office in ensuring annual SOX Compliance is achieved across the Group• Plan and prioritise work to meet Group deadlines for SOX deliverables.• Support the group with the roll out and compliance requirements, whilst ensuring that compliance is achieved.• Devising practical solutions to issues that arise in the course of this work• Carrying out special project work as requested• Advocate and identify areas where technology can be leveraged to streamline and Improve internal Project Office Processes & Procedures • Co-ordinate communication and activities with Internal & External Audit teams.• Involvement in quality control of SOX Testing work performed Reporting• Oral and written reporting of issues arising and documentation of steps , processes taken to ensure remediation of issues• Communication to senior Group and Operating Company Management of issues and solutions• Preparation of material for submission to the Audit Committee• Identifying the needs and best methods to improve risk management and internal control across the group.• Applying knowledge of the business and the industry to advance and develop Internal controlsTraining & Development• Identify & respond to the training needs and opportunities for SOX Responsible personnel Key Attributes• Strong financial, IT and Analytical skills • Strong written, verbal and people communication skills• Self-motivated and enthusiastic• Enjoys building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives • Flexible with the ability to adapt to changing needs of the project Education and Experience • Qualified Chartered Accountant• 3-5 year post qualified experience• Previous Project Management experience • Proficiency in another European Language is desirable• Previous Experience in working in a SOX or Financial Controls environment an advantageThe nature of the Assistant Manager role involves developing and delivering, managing and communicating methodology and requirements to ensure achieving successful delivery of SOX 404 compliance annually. The role includes, but is not limited to, the elements outline above. The role is based in Dublin, flexibility to travel is required as part of this Group role.Members 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

Finance Manager - Exciting Not for Profit - Fixed Term contract
Contract
Updated 13/July/2018
Dublin

A leading Irish not for profit has an opportunity for a Chartered Accountant to gain valuable NFP exposure in this year- long fixed term contract.Reporting to the Finance & Property Director, the primary focus will be: • To develop the Finance Team to ensure a better structured department. • To manage the financial reporting in terms of statutory and funder reporting• To manage the cash flows, receipts and payables cycles to ensure stability of the organisation• To assist the Company Secretary for the group of companies• To develop & implement the Finance departmental objectives as agreed with the Finance & Property Director.Key Responsibilities1. Work within the framework of the overall objectives of the charity.2. Responsible for the day to day management of the Finance team.3. Preparation of Monthly Management Accounts4. Management of the annual audit process5. Management of the annual budget process 6. Ensuring key controls are in place to safeguard the assets of the Organisation7. To assist the Finance & Property Director and other members of the Management Team in developing strategies and decision making 8. To co-ordinate and complete all quarterly insurance reporting9. To manage the operation of the time – recording system and to manage the operation of the weekly and monthly payrolls.10. To undertake such other duties as might be reasonably assigned from time to time in consultation with the Finance & Property Director.11. To engage in supervision meetings on a regular basis with the Finance & Property Director. 12. To participate in relevant training and development courses as agreed with the Finance & Property Director.13. To be vigilant to any Health, Safety and Welfare risks in the workplace and bring any concerns to the attention of the Finance & Property Director or Health & Safety Representative14. To continue the policy of early adoption of best practice accounting policies and practice in our management and statutory reporting especially in the areas of Charity and Housing SORPs15. To assist the Company Secretary for the group of companies particularly in respect of all Companies Office, Charity Regulatory Authority and Revenue filingsThe person:• Must be fully qualified with extensive accounts experience especially in Debtors, banks and all aspects of reconciliations. 5 years post qualification work experience essential.• Strong people management and supervision skills• Must have been exposed to most aspects of accountancy and be able to deal with situations as they arise relying on their studies and experience.• Proven analytical and problem solving skills• A strong team player• Ability to think strategically• Must have time management skills, be able to prioritise and meet deadlines and delegate where appropriate.• Excellent working knowledge of excel, word and other accounting packagesMembers 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 Reporting- Use your FS Audit - Cavan base (Contract)
Contract
Updated 12/July/2018
Cavan

A leading financial services team in Cavan has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant.Why would you consider this: Opportunity to move back home Use your financial services experience Make the move from practice to industry• Preparation and submission of all regulatory reports for the Central Bank of Ireland and other bodies - making sure they are fully compliant with legal and regulatory obligations. • Liaising with the Compliance Function to ensure filing obligations are satisfied within regulatory deadlines • Preparation of year-end Financial Statements and liaising with external auditors• Preparation of reports and returns to the Board of Directors and external parties• Participate in project based assignments to improve internal and external reporting solutions.• Contribute to the implementation project for SGA AP Contribute to the maintenance of company policies and procedures, ensuring regulatory review and update.• Liaising with the Risk Function and preparation of risk reporting • Ensuring all reporting requirements and deadlines are met • Completion of varied and ad-hoc reporting or project request.• Qualified Chartered Accountant • Strong reporting experience• Previous insurance industry exposure would be a significant advantage.• Strong attention to detail to ensure completeness and accuracy information• Motivated self-starter with ambition to continue progressing successfully your career.• Enjoy working in a dynamic environment with the ability to deliver high quality results within tight timeframes.This is a great opportunity for the right person and for a confidential discussion about this please contact Ciara on 0163 77322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Director of Finance - upto 85k - Dublin City - 2 year contract
Contract
Updated 12/July/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading professional body is seeking a high-calibre candidate with strong leadership and financial skills towork alongside the Director General and Senior Management Team to advance the financial andoperational excellence within the organisation.RoleThe Director Finance & Operations will report directly to the Director General and work with theSenior Management Team to define and execute financial and strategic goals and report on progressto the Finance Committee.The role will give the successful candidate exposure and visibility at a senior level and requires an individual with excellent accounting, project management, commercial acumen and influencing skills and the ability to pro-actively analyse and identify opportunities and risks to ensure business success.Main Duties and Responsibilities:As a member of the Senior Management Team the successful candidate will:• Provide strategic leadership and direction in the development and delivery of services provided by the Finance and Operations Team and be responsible for leadership, direction and development of the Finance and Operations Team.• Execute agreed decisions designed to ensure the achievement of the organisations objectives, targets and budgets. Report to the Director General, Finance Committee and Senior Management Team with timely and accurate financial and performance information.• Lead change in Finance and Operations structure and ways of working in line with Organisational Strategy. • Proactively identify improvements through procurement, outsourcing or process improvement in areas such as accounting systems including budgeting, reporting, payroll, invoicing etc.• Drive bottom line improvement through involvement in commercial issues, project delivery and increasing visibility of KPI’s.• Work with Departmental Directors and Director General to develop budgets and financial plans for the organisation based on business strategy, financial data and research.• Timely preparation, analysis and reporting of full monthly, quarterly and annual management accounts.• Overall responsibility for Accounts Receivable (including professional subscriptions), Accounts Payable, General Ledger functions.• Monitoring and forecasting of company cash flow and planning the working capital requirements.• Responsible for payroll administration and services meeting legislative and internal policy requirements.• Maintain and develop relationships with external parties such as auditors, tax advisors, legal, banks, pension advisors and insurance brokers as required. • Collaborate with auditing services to ensure proper compliance with all regulation and implement all the findings from internal and external audit reports on time.• Ensure all financial reporting systems comply with government regulations and legislation and that all financial transactions are properly recorded, filed, and reported.• IT/Facilities, Premises Management: Lead the Operations Team, and oversee the outsource providers to ensure a high quality efficient service delivery of IT, Hard Facilities and Soft Facilities Management.• When required present reports to the Senior Management Team, Finance Committee, Executive/Council.Candidate Requirements:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Relevant experience in financial control and financial reporting at a management level and with change management experience• Commercially astute with strong data assimilation and analysis skills• Ability to drive change in line with business strategy. Experience of streamlining and standardising processes and systems and ensuring compliance with all relevant standards and accounting best practices• Leadership & People management experience in a fast paced environment• Ability to break complex issues into project steps and problem solve• Excellent communication skills: Ability to articulate orally and in writing complex and detailed information in an easy to understand manner to all levels of the business• Excellent working knowledge of relevant IT and accounting packages e.g. SAGE, Excel etc.• Managing the finance and operations team, he/she will be responsible for all financial operations of the organisation including preparation of annual plans and budgets, rolling forecasts and financial plans, creating policies and procedures.This is a great opportunity for the right person and for a confidential discussion about this please contact Ciara on 0163 77322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Content Developer (Tax Team) - Chartered Accountants Ireland - Contract
Contract
Updated 11/July/2018
Dublin

The Chartered Accountants Ireland Public Policy and Tax Team provide information on key tax developments in both the Irish and UK jurisdictions where most of our members operate. We monitor developments in EU law so that we can comment and advise on domestic legislation. We respond to our members’ views on aspects of tax law and administration which create difficulties both in industry and in practice, and we work with Government and Government bodies to highlight concerns and develop solutions. Operating on a commercial basis, the Department’s outputs include Chartered Accountants Tax News, TaxSource and tax.point.The Expectations:Representations• Researching and developing position papers on issues relating to Irish law and administrative practice and managing the review and consultation process.• Attending at meetings with government agencies and professional bodies as appropriate to convey the views of the accountancy profession and its members. Recording the proceedings of the meetings and briefing colleagues and Institute contributors as appropriate.• Management of representative committees of Institute members• Drafting content for publication• Attending at, participating or otherwise contributing to conferences, seminars and other events on the Institute’s behalf, whether Institute arranged or otherwise.• Other representations activity as advised by the Director from time to time, including meetings and representations with the OECD and the European Commission. Information Delivery• Working with the Public Policy and Tax Team in:• Commissioning and editing content for the Institute’s hard copy and on-line publications• Managing the publication process – typesetters, printers, delivery fulfillment and marketing• Dealing with queries from other departmentsGeneral• Participation in team meetings and other Institute activities• Full sharing of information with other team members, and other departments of the Institute as the need arises• Participating to the full in general management initiatives such as Project Aspire and “Great Places to Work”• Management of the department’s website content including implementing enhancements, developing web services and monitoring user navigationThe Candidate:The successful candidate will ideally be a member of a recognised accountancy body, or a graduate in a financial or communications discipline, with 5 years’ post qualification experience in a commercial environment.Essential• Excellent organisational, communication and influencing skills and a good level of IT literacy will be required. • The candidate should be able to demonstrate an ability/evidence of communicating effectively with credibility at all levels.• The candidate must be capable of working on their own initiative. • An ability to take on new duties and support others when required within the team.• Experience of management of multiple deadlines. Desirable• Demonstrable experience of presenting for technical and other professional audiencesMembers 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

Head of Finance - Design/Manufacturing- Waterford
Permanent
Updated 11/July/2018
Waterford.

An expanding design/manufacturing company based in Waterford but with offices elsewhere in Ireland also, has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to head the finance function.You will be responsible for all of the finance elements that come with a busy SME in the design, manufacturing and services sector.With high profile existing contracts this is an ideal time to join this time.This is a great opportunity for the right person and for a confidential discussion about this please contact Ciara on 0163 77322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Financial/Operations Analyst - Unique Fintech - Rapid career path - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 9/July/2018
Dublin City Centre

A market leading fintech is in a period of rapid growth, launching new technology, expanding our team and growing our client base. As a result, there is an exciting opportunity to join this expert team.. We are now searching for a recently qualified accountant with an analytical mind to join the team to help us enhance the customer experience and deliver operational excellence. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to play a key role working closely with the CEO, CFO, Financial Controller along with the Tech, Back-Office & Settlement Teams to ensure that best practice prevails across all aspects of the business.Specifically, the role requires someone with a bright analytical mind and a keen eye and attention to detail. Aspects of the role include:• SME Risk assessment & analysis - conduct due diligence to approve prospective SME as Member on the Platform and present to weekly approval committee meeting• Verifying deals for sale based on bespoke verification checklist templates outlining defined parameters and strict SLA s for turn-around time.• Managing daily activities• Reconciliations of Platform to various segregated accounts Ideal candidate profile – Recently Qualified Chartered Accountant:• Interest in innovation• Understanding of SME Credit risk• Highly numeric with a razor sharp attention to detail• Demonstrate a solid understanding of operational risk• Quick accurate delivery of excellent internal/external Service• Ability to define and articulate process improvements• Excellent product knowledge and develop an understanding of the trade process flow• Must be flexible, prioritise, work to deadlines and ensure queries resolved in a timely manner• Competent Excel skills and the ability to manipulate data• Ability to communicate clearly and precisely in both written and verbal context• Show a high level of commitment and professional work ethic• Self-motivated and able to use own initiative• Ability to work under pressure and multi-task• Excellent priority management skillsMembers 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

Senior Forensic Accountants- Large Firm - Dublin and Belfast
Permanent
Updated 6/July/2018
Dublin City Centre

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join one of the largest forensic accountancy teams across Ireland. Our Forensic and Investigation Services department continues to grow and expand in all areas of its work. We are currently seeking a fully qualified chartered accountant to join our growing forensic accountancy team. This firm has a track record of working on the major and complex investigation and expert witness assignments. Whilst the role will primarily focus on investigation/litigation services in the areas of corruptions, fraud, commercial disputes, business integrity assignments, transaction disputes, fraud prevention and compliance programme development, the successful candidate will be offered a wide range of development activities alongside the opportunity to specialise in particular services. Main Responsibilities• Participation in fraud investigation, dispute and asset tracing engagements;• Communicate the results of your analysis clearly and concisely, in both written and verbal forms, to internal, supplier and client personnel;• Involvement in expert witness and claims assessments;• Perform forensic research to trace funds and identify corporate, property and lifestyle assets in the UK, ROI and abroad;• Conduct forensic analysis of financial data in order to prepare forensic accounting reports;• Assisting in the financial aspects of engagements with clients by organising staffing, tracking fees and communicating issues to the manager;• Participate in the recruiting, retaining and training of associate professionals; and• Building strong internal relationships within the advisory department and across other services.Skills and attributes:• A strong academic record;• Fully qualified Chartered Accountant;• Strong technical accounting knowledge plus previous hands on experience with books and records and Financial Statements.• Strong interpersonal skills are essential;• Skills in excel, access, word and powerpoint;• Report writing; and• Candidates with strong audit, corporate finance or forensic accounting experience are particularly encouraged to apply.The role involves working closely with the Partner and Directors of the team, all of whom are experts in their area. There is a strong focus on training and development including supporting team members in achieving other qualifications (e.g. Diplomas etc).Members 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

Next step in practice career - Finance Manager - Big 4 - City Centre
Permanent
Updated 5/July/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading professional services firm is seeking to recruit an intelligent and high-performing finance/tax professional for a Finance Manager role. The successful candidate will be responsible for a specific portfolio of accounts, equity financing arrangements, tax returns, income projections, and other projects (typically associated with balance sheet management, corporate structure etc).The role is a senior position within the Finance function and wider firm and would be a shrewd career development move. About this unique opportunity• Work with the Finance Director to deliver the responsibilities of the team;• Preparation of accounts, including identifying the profit retentions required in any given year; • Personal financial planning support etc. • Financial modelling for admission/retirement planning;• Preparation of Tax Accounts and analysis;• Analysis of all relevant nominal ledger accounts, e.g. reconciliation of lease control and analysis etc.• Management & Support of Income Tax Return cycle, including managing Income Tax registration, identification of Preliminary Tax requirements, ROS set up etc. • Project manage the development and implementation of certain policy and process changes;• Working with the Chief Tax Officer on management of Tax Compliance across all tax heads, including running internal PAYE audits, BIK reviews, VAT reviews and providing any analysis as may be required.About you: To be considered for this position, you must demonstrate qualification, skills and experience in the following areas: • Qualified Chartered accountant • Strong tax technical knowledge• High performing, responsible, self-starter, with problem solving abilities, proactive, curious and able to act on own initiative;• Strong organisational, follow through and project management skills;• Demonstrated ability to work to strict deadlines, while managing multiple priorities;• A strong attention to detail and commitment to quality • Advanced MS Office User • Strong analytical skills • A strong communicator with demonstrated ability to work as part of a successful team• Assertive, determined and resilient This role may appeal to someone moving from a large firm and keen to move up to gain Big 4 experience alternatively it may suit someone who is looking for more of a work/life balance with flexibility of hours and days an option for this role.Members 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

Finance Manager - Tech Company - Dublin West
Permanent
Updated 27/June/2018
Dublin West

Our Client is a high growth venture capital backed company Tech business. They expect this role will be attractive to a candidate that wants to take on increasing levels of responsibility to grow with the business and ultimately has ambitions to be promoted to CFO / Finance Director level.The successful candidate will support the management team in providing timely and effective financial information to the Management Team & wider business and proactively challenge the business from a financial perspective to drive improvements and change within the businessKey deliverables include budgets & rolling forecasts, month end profitability reporting & variance analysis and KPI’s. You will coordinate financial reporting for the business, and help to identify key trends to support business planning & decision making. A key aspect of the role is the maintenance of robust financial controls with a focus on continuous improvement. The candidate will be responsible for presenting information to investors and VC’s as well as being involved in future funding requirements or potential company listing.The successful candidate should possess the following competencies:• Communication • Strong leadership skills combined with the ability to collaborate as part of a team.• Problem solving and decision making • Strong organisational skills and ability to multi taskKnowledge, Education and Experience:• Experienced Chartered Accountant• Excellent MS Excel skills required• Commercial focus with experience of operational efficiencies• Software / Technology industry experience would be an advantageCall Ciara for a confidential chat on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Performance Analyst - Suit medium/large practice background
Permanent
Updated 20/June/2018
Dublin City Centre

Electric Ireland is the primary customer facing business unit of the ESB Group and is the leading energy supplier in Ireland. With over 1.4 million customers in both the Republic and Northern Ireland and an annual turnover in excess of €2bn, it is the main customer interface for the ESB Group. Our product offerings include Electricity, Gas and Energy Home Services.Position DescriptionAs one of four financial analysts in Electric Ireland the successful candidate will be required to: Support and challenge business performance and commercial decision making across a number of Electric Ireland business areas. Maintain a robust governance and control framework including month end financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting. Partner effectively with the business to achieve Electric Ireland’s business and strategic objectives.This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to work in a dynamic, commercial and customer focussed team at a very interesting time in the evolution of the Electric Ireland business.Key Responsibilities Provide commercial and financial support to the business and assist in the challenge of commercial, investment and operational decisions. Planning, budgeting, forecasting and performance reporting in line with business and corporate requirements. Performance analysis and driving performance improvements in supporting delivery of Electric Ireland’s core KPIs. Support statutory and regulatory reporting. Liaising with Group Finance, Internal and External Auditors and other stakeholders in relation to statutory, regulatory and management accounts. Support maintenance of a robust governance and control framework.Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential - Along with being a qualified Chartered Accountant: An inquisitive, enthusiastic and commercially focussed individual Strong team player - the successful person must be capable of developing relationships at all levels both within Electric Ireland and throughout the ESB Group. Good analytical, modelling and communication skills. A good knowledge of the Irish energy market and SAP would be an advantage.Career progression opportunities:ESB operates a rotation system whereby you will gain exposure to all areas including networks, renewable, and innovation. With opportunities to get involved in challenging exciting projects so if you are looking to develop a career, with clear pathways to development and progression in a modern, dynamic organisation then this is a fantastic opportunity particularly in a sector where huge challenges, changes and new concepts abound. Get involved now!Register your interest immediately with Ciara Tallon on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or ring me in confidence on 01 6377322When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Senior Commercial Analyst - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 20/June/2018
Sandyford Industrial Estate

Entrepreneurial business with a number of operations within their group are 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 and to and working closely with the CFO 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 3 - 7 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 CFO. 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 CFO and inlign with the business risk registerMembers interested in this role should email karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie or call me on 01 637 7331 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

Company Accountant - Retail/Commercial Co. Meath - Immediate Contract
Contract
Updated 18/June/2018
Co. Meath.

A growing pharmacy group based in Meath has an immediate need for a Chartered Accountant to manage the finance function and report to the MD.The role will involve and is not limited to:• Delivery of all the financial services of the Group on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. These include the KPI’s for all stores as well as the normal financial functions, i.e. margin analysis, stock management, management accounts, variance analysis, productivity analysis, review v budgets/last year etc.• Develop the budgeting and forecasting for each pharmacy in conjunction with the overall budgets and forecasts for the group. • Provide leadership and guidance to the HR function, support office and team leaders / team members. • Report and engage with outside stakeholders (financial institutions and main wholesaler) ensuring they are up to date and fully supportive of the group and its long term goals.• Liaising with the group auditors and tax advisors to ensure timely completion of our statutory obligations.• Develop and implement the long term strategic plans for the group including appraisal of new acquisitions and the opening of greenfield sites. This is a great opportunity for a contract for the right person but also potentially to grow into a permanent role, for a confidential discussion about this please contact Ciara on 0163 77322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant - Start-Up Insurance Company - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 14/June/2018
Dublin City Centre

A new insurance company to the Irish mark has a new opportunity, for a Financial Accountant to be part of a team based in central Dublin. The job requires a dynamic, well-organised individual who is able to demonstrate the ability to engage with all aspects of finance relating to and affecting an EEA based insurance subsidiary. The candidate should be a newly qualified chartered accountant with financial services experience. Prior experience of working within insurance companies would be a distinct advantage. This is a great opportunity to get involved at the start of a company and design systems and controls for a growing organisation. This role will also give the successful candidate access to understanding all aspects of a growing insurance entity and work with stakeholders from the across the business and the wider group.This individual will report to the CFO and main responsibilities will include:FINANCIAL REPORTING• Preparation of quarterly management accounts under US, Irish GAAP and SII bases.• Preparation of annual Financial Statements for the board under FRS 102/103.• Assisting with Board papers and Board requirements.• Completion of ad hoc regulatory returns.REGULATORY REPORTING• Support preparation of Quantitative Reporting Templates and other SII reporting requirements.• Support other teams such as Actuarial in production of SII financial information.DAY TO DAY FINANCE OPERATIONS• Documenting controls around processes and designing a control process that meets the needs of the organisation. • Posting of premium, commission and claims from insurance systems to General Ledger on a monthly basis ensuring that this process is well controlled and provides all the information required for all stakeholders.• Ensuring that Reinsurance postings are complete and accurate.• Ensuring that all invoices are paid promptly and recorded correctly.• Ensuring that all reconciliations are completed on a timely basis and outstanding actions followed up.• Following up on outstanding debtor balances.• Design a process to ensure completion of Quarterly Premium tax returns across Europe and implement that processes each quarter.• Liaising with outsourced tax specialists to ensure that tax returns are completed on time.• Assist in preparation of financial plans and budgets and monitoring progress against those budgets.Key Requirements• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Minimum of 3 years of relevant accounting/finance experience• Excellent Excel skills• Excellent written and verbal communication skills• Good numerical skills• Strong team player with a capability of working on own initiative and willing to help other areas of small team when required• A confident approach and an ability to communicate with a wide range of people including regulators, legal advisors, outsourced partners and senior management within the businessPlease email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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

Junior + Senior Audit Manager roles - Top market rates- Large Dublin firm
Permanent
Updated 14/June/2018
Dublin City Centre

Due to continued growth on an existing team we are seeking two new managers:Assistant Audit Manager to work directly with an Audit Partner and Senior Manager with a view to developing their career. The role offers an excellent opportunity to someone who is looking to take the next step in their career.The role• Responsibility for a varied and diverse portfolio of clients• Be a point of contact for clients and assist in providing general business advice to clients• Responsible for audit scheduling, planning, staffing and structure• Reviewing audit working papers and finalising financial statements• Responsible for ensuring timely completion of projects and delivery of client service• Liaising with directors and partners• Assisting in managing a team of seniors and trainees• Monitoring the development of seniors and trainees and participation in the delivery of training courses to staff• General administration, including working capital management, billing and debtor collectionRequirements• Detailed practical knowledge of Irish GAAP/FRS 102 and Irish company law• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Strong technical knowledge of accounting and auditing• Minimum two years’ post-qualification experience• Have prior experience within an audit team• Excellent team leading, interpersonal and communication skills• Excellent drive, enthusiasm and commitment• Excellent project management skills and attention to detailSenior Audit Manager:• Manage a diverse portfolio of clients and deliver high quality audit and assurance services, including preparing and reviewing audit plans and work• Manage client relationships and provide general business advice to clients• Ensure timely completion of projects and a high level of client service• Manage a team of audit seniors and trainees and assist with the development of more junior staff• Manage working capital management to include project budgets, work in progress and timely billing• Identify new business opportunities and prepare relevant proposal documents• Identify new business solutions that result in extended services to existing clients• Assist in various consultancy projects• Undertake practice management activities, as requiredRequirements• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Detailed practical knowledge of Irish GAAP/FRS 102 and Irish company law• Technically proficient in auditing and accounting• Minimum seven years’ post-qualification experience with a minimum of two years’ relevant experience working in a managerial role• Ability to manage within budgetary and time constraints while providing a high level of client satisfaction• Experience in communicating with clients’ senior management• Practice development experience• Strong commercial acumenPlease email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Newly qualified - Controls - Banking Sector - Dublin
Contract
Updated 14/June/2018
Dublin City Centre

The successful candidate will be part of the Controls team in the 1st Line of Defence Unit. This role will assist management in assessing if appropriate control frameworks are in place within each department of the Retail Unit. As the retail bank matures we now need to ensure there is a standardised approach to risk management across all departments. Key Duties & Responsibilities:• Co-Ordinate activity in line with governance schedule. • Track all open risk actions/recommendations for Retail. • Track action plans for Compliance and Audit recommendations. • Review Retail departments Control frameworks to ensure they are adequate. • Ensure each departments control frameworks are updated in line with new regulations and legislation. • Develops cohesive working relationships with all levels of management, line of business personnel and team. • Attends all relevant meetings associated with role and represent the team • Performs other duties and special projects, as assigned.Knowledge, Education & Experience:• The successful candidate will need experience working in risk or control.• Experience within the Financial Services sector and knowledge of legislation pertaining to same. Skills & Abilities:• Strong communication skills with an ability to deal with all levels in a confident and professional manner. • Must have a very flexible approach to work and be confident working in a fast moving, exciting environment. • Excellent attention to detail required.• Must have a structured and organised approach• Highly collaborative • Effective verbal and written communication skills• Strong Negotiation and Influencing skillsPlease email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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 Tax Senior - Large Dublin practice - Immediate start
Permanent
Updated 14/June/2018
Dublin City Centre

A large city centre practice has a fantastic opportunity for a recently qualified Chartered Accountant and Tax qualified to join a growing tax team as a tax senior. The tax team work with domestic and international clients across a range of sectors, including technology, healthcare, retail, consumer markets, hospitality and entertainment, start up and inbound clients. The successful candidate will work across all tax heads including Income Tax, Corporate Taxes, Capital Gains Tax, VAT, Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty, as well as working on consultancy and restructuring assignments with senior members of staff. Responsibilities • Building and maintaining client relationships • Managing successful delivery of tax services to clients • Assisting with the preparation and review of corporate and income tax returns for our client base of family owned businesses and high net worth individuals • Assisting with preparation of detailed consultancy projects • Working with managers, directors and Partner on all tax matters arising for our clients • Liaising with Revenue regarding ad hoc and ongoing tax related issues Competencies • Chartered Tax Qualified • Team player • Strong technical skills • A learning appetite • Client focused • Problem solver Please email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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 Manager - Avoid the daily commute - Co. Meath base
Permanent
Updated 12/June/2018
Co. Meath

A long established Co. Meath based practice has an opportunity for an experienced Audit Manager.This is a permanent position in a professional accountancy practice. The practice is highly regarded in the industry with a strong reputation for client relationships and commercial advice. The practice has a broad client base in SME businesses in agency, transport, construction, hotels etc. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Preparation of financial statements for audit and non-audit clients (incl full year end file prep, reports etc);• Leading Audits of SME Companies - planning, execution and completion of statutory audits to partner review stage• Preparation and submission of corporation tax returns and personal tax returns;• Supervise and assist with training of junior staff as required;• Assess potential client’s requirements, scope and report;• Develop opportunities for expanding practice client base (promotion, business development).ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: • Qualified Chartered Accountant• Preferably minimum 3 years post qualification experience in Audit Practice; less experience will be considered for exceptional candidates;• Proficient in Relate Accounts Production and Relate Corporation Tax, ROS, Microsoft suite, Omnipro Accounts/Audit working papers;• Strong technical knowledge of audit requirements notably planning and completion;• Commercially focussed.Please email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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 - Wicklow/Wexford - Initial Contract
Contract
Updated 12/June/2018
Wexford

The role will suit members living is South County Dublin/Wicklow and North Wexford.The role will see you reporting to the MD and working closely with the senior management team.Role Overview:This role is arising as a result of the financial controller going on maternity leave. However, some functions which the financial controller is currently responsible for are being covered by other departments of the parent company.The primary intention in making the appointment of a financial controller with focus on financial/management accounts is to ensure the candidates focus is not distracted from the smooth running of the day to day finance function.However, the calibre of individual should be such as to be capable of having a cross-functional input to, and involvement in, the business. Culture of the businessWhile the ownership of the company is with a larger group, the company is run as an owner-managed business, and current management have close ties to the original founders. The culture and ethic in the business is therefore one of hard work and flexibility, with a hands-on approach. The cultural fit of the appointee with the business is paramount.ResponsibilitiesThe appointment will have responsibility in the following areas:1. Finance Preparation of monthly management accounts pack, including profit and loss account, balance sheet, cashflow, working capital statistics, variance analysis and commentary on performance; Preparation of annual budgets and quarterly forecasts; Cash management and monthly / quarterly forecasting; Sales and margin reporting /analysis; Analysis and management of non-product costs; Staff management, training and development (4 staff); Management of annual audit, and engagement with third party advisors such as insurance and taxation;2. Commercial Preparation of recommendations on commercial aspects of customer pricing / promotional activity; Working capital management, with specific responsibility for the credit control function. This will require a focus on minimizing bad debt exposure and will involve managing debt review meetings, cash debt collection targets, interaction with customers and the sales team on a regular basis, as well as implementing and overseeing a credit policy; Review of existing processes and workflows to highlight areas for operational / technological improvement.Skills Qualified accountant, with c3 years post qualification experience Excellent interpersonal skills Strong IT skills a prerequisite Attentive to detail “Hand-on” and flexible approach Track record of meeting and achieving deadlinesFor a confidential chat about this role call Karin 01 637 7331 or 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

Financial Analyst - Dynamic Financial Services team - Suit Recently Qual
Permanent
Updated 11/June/2018
Dublin

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a successful growing business and gain valuable career experience in the area of Finance.Candidate Profile Newly qualified Chartered Accountant  Self- starter with strong accounting discipline and control focus Proactive and eager with strong customer delivery focus and attitudePrimary Accountabilities will include: Monthly Income statement and Balance Sheet reporting including detailed analysis of trends and budget variances Periodic analysis of new business volumes and margins including preparation of reports for local management team and group finance. Taking the lead in preparation of the monthly E file including substantiation of financial results. Responsible for filing of VAT returns including Intrastat for a number of legal entities Weekly and monthly Treasury funding of Vendor Finance portfolio Preparation of monthly Asset and Liability reconciliation and Funding gap analysis for Risk Committee Preparation of CSO and other required regulatory reports for external stakeholders. Being one of the main contacts for internal and external audit queries Assistance with the financial planning, forecasting and budgeting process In order to successfully respond to the challenges of the role, the ideal candidate should exhibit or possess the following characteristics and experience: Strong Excel skills  Takes ownership of their tasks Excellent organising skills with ability to work to tight deadlines. An ability to work as part of a team and to deal communicate with other departments in a friendly and professional manner.  Practical knowledge of IFRS and Irish generally accepted accounting principles  Operational knowledge of VAT and other corporate taxation matters. Working knowledge of regulatory requirements for companies in Ireland (Statutory deadlines, filing requirements etc.) Working closely with other departments to identify opportunities to assist existing clientsPlease email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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

Job Share option - South Dublin - September start - Contract
Contract
Updated 11/June/2018
Dublin South

A South Dublin health care association is hiring a qualified accountant for a maternity cover role starting mid-September until July 2019.Why would this role interest you?1 Take yourself out of the city commute2 Autonomous role, where you manage your day and your time3 Role is varied offering split between accounts and membership managementThe primary responsibility is to provide accurate & timely management information and to ensure the integrity of controlling information in order for management to assess the financial performance of the organisation. In addition the successful candidate will be responsible for the maintenance of the membership database, ensuring 1,800 members are invoiced annually.The role includes but is not limited to:• Sole person in charge of accounting function.• Preparation of weekly bank reconciliation• Posting of creditor invoices and responsible for monthly creditor payments.• Preparation of monthly management accounts. • Preparation of Financial Analysis for Actual Data V Budgets. • Analysis and evaluation financial data to ensure accuracy is maintained when controlling data is transmitted to the Board. • Arrange and ensure VAT returns in a timely manner• Ensure that data is delivered on time to the Board • Compilation of monthly reporting pack to the Board • Support the Board in the production of the Annual Report • Preparation of year end accounts for audit, and assistance of auditors in carrying out the audit.• Support the Management Team in the production of the annual budgets and forecasts• Financial planning to assist with the strategic development of the organisation• Treasury management skills – cash flow forecasting is vital in this role.• Maintenance of membership database of 1,800 members• Processing new member applications, annual billing, collection of direct debits, processing of cheque, credit card and EFT payments and reconciliation of member accounts.Qualifications and experience;At least 1 year PQEStrong knowledge of Balance Sheet & P&L structure Knowledge of Quickbooks & advanced Microsoft esp. ExcelPackage negotiable based on experience and a bonus will be paid upon completion of the contractPlease email your CV to Ciara.Tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or call 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 (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

Risk & Quality Manager - Large Dublin Firm - Future proof your career
Permanent
Updated 8/June/2018
Dublin South

One of Dublin's leading firms has an opening for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join their Risk and Quality team.As the firm’s Risk & Quality Manager, you will be responsible for managing a centralised team and will report directly to the Risk & Quality Partner. You will play a critical role in ensuring that quality is embedded in everything the firm does and that the risks associated with operating in complex and highly regulated markets are addressed and managed in an appropriate manner. A challenging and diverse firm-wide role, your remit will cover the following areas: • Risk – supporting the Risk & Quality Partner in addressing and managing the resolution of identified risk matters, assisting engagement teams on risk management matters and conducting technical research where required • Compliance – ensuring we meet our various compliance obligations, liaising with other network locations, our regulators and our oversight bodies and assisting engagement teams during regulatory inspection visits • Quality Assurance – supporting the efficient running of our operations through ongoing management and maintenance of our Quality Management System (QMS) and Quality Review Inspection (QRI) process, including the development and update of relevant policies and guidance • Learning & Development – building and managing the roll-out of our technical training curriculum, liaising with our Human Resources Department and our external training providersEducation & Professional Qualification• Qualified Chartered Accountant Experience required• One or more years’ post qualified experience• Recent practical experience in an auditing, risk or compliance role• Experience of managing teamsSkills & attributes• Strong risk mindset with the highest degree of personal integrity, discretion and confidentiality• Excellent attention to detail with a quality driven and continuous improvement mindset and the discipline to stay technically up to date• Ability to independently research complex issues, apply lateral thinking and propose technically sound and commercial solutions• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate in a confident and candid manner• Strong team management and organisational skills with a positive, collaborative and can-do mindset• Self-starter with the ability to adapt to changing demandsCall Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charterdaccountants.ie for a confidential conversation.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 - Leitrim - Industry Experience a must
Permanent
Updated 5/June/2018
Leitrim

This expanding manufacturing and contracting team has an immediate need for an experienced financial accountant - this is a permanent role but in the interim they will consider someone immediately available for a contract who perhaps isn't interested in a long term role. This role shall be responsible for the efforts and results of the financial department, reporting to the General Manager in regards to all financial and accounting activities and will oversee financial department staff in day-to-day operations, including Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. This is an exciting role for the right person. The successful candidate will have relevant industry experience, must work well with others and meet the required deadlines.Main Responsibilities include:• Oversee all company accounts• Assist in the development of internal control procedures to facilitate the timely processing of reports• Ensure all external filing deadlines are met• Create weekly, monthly and annual reports to identify results, trends, and financial forecasts• Preparation of monthly management accounts• Manage cash flow by tracking transactions and regularly reviewing internal reports• Credit Control – monitor accounts and liaise with clients to ensure prompt payment of sales invoices exceeding agreed credit terms• Prepare VAT returns for review by GM before submission• Supervise and manage financial department staff• Ensure that all financial transactions are properly recorded, filed, and reported• Establish and implement financial reporting systems to comply with government regulations and legislation• Ensure proper compliance with all regulations• Assist in the development of budgets and financial plans for the company based on research and data reports• Assist in the development & review of financial plans and budgets regularly to look for cost reduction opportunities• Examine all financial reports and data closely to check for discrepancies• Create systems to prevent errors in data collection and calculations• Report to the GM with timely and accurate financial information• Assist the GM in presenting reports to senior executives• Other Ad-hoc duties as requiredSkills and Qualifications:• Qualified Chartered Accountant • Experience in a business or finance environment desired, with experience in industry required• Management experience would be an advantage, as would leadership & interpersonal skills• Understanding of the International Financial Reporting Standards • Outstanding mathematical ability and strong computer skills essential• Understanding of, and adherence to data privacy standards• Honesty & integrity is essential• Must be professional in your approach and work well with others • Strong written and verbal communication skills• High attention to detail and excellent organisational skills are essential• Critical thinking and problem-solving skills, research & analytical skillsThis is a long term career option, with potential for the right person to move to have a career path to the board within the next couple of years. Call Ciara for a confidential chat on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Part-time role - Practice - Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 24/May/2018
Dublin City Centre

One of Dublins' highly reputable and female led practices is seeking a Qualified Accountant to join its team.By joining our team, you will work closely with Partners and Managers and will have a real opportunity to provide a valued opinion. We are looking for a highly motivated individual who will be able to work to tight deadlines and be the point of contact for numerous clients. Excellent opportunities exist for ambitious and driven candidates to progress within the firm right up to Partner level.Key Duties and Responsibilities:• Preparation of limited entity audit exempt financial statements to meet compliance standards• Preparation of Charities SORP 2015 (FRS 102) audited financial statements• Internal control audits• Monthly and year-end accounts preparation using a variety of accounts packages • Responsibility for assisting junior staff and reporting to Business Advisory Manager• Manage requesting records, discussing deadline dates and client queries etc.• Preparation of management accounts• Identify potential opportunities to provide additional value added services to the client• Compiling management reports and monthly journal preparations.• Preparation of cash flows and business plansCandidate profile:• Highly organised individual with ability to prioritise• Excellent attention to detail• Enthusiastic and friendly• Excellent drive, commitment and enthusiasm• Strong ability to work under pressure and manage tight deadlines• Commercially focused with good practice development skills• Excellent excel and analytical skills• Strong communication and interpersonal skillsWhat can we offer you? • Part of an international association of accountants • Opportunity for varied practice experience and development• Continual assessment, feedback and encouragement • Genuine opportunity for career progression• Active social club• Friendly and Supportive environmentFor the right candidate the firm is open to shorter or flexible hours.For a confidential chat about this role call Karin 01 637 7331 or 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

Financial Accountant - Fixed term contract- FS Immediate Start
Contract
Updated 22/May/2018
Dublin South

This exciting financial services opportunity has arisen, with an immediate start for a recently qualified member coming from practice large or small!As the Financial Accountant you will be responsible for the Monthly Management Accounts and Financial Reporting. You will also assist the Financial Controller in implementing and managing financial controls and processes, financial reporting and project work. Responsibilities will include:Monthly Management Accounts & Year End Audit  Prepare monthly management accounts for group companies. Ensure balance sheet reconciliations are completed accurately and on a timely basis. Assist with forecasting and annual budgeting process. Prepare annual financial statements and liaise with auditors.Financial Processes & Controls Maintain process, procedures & controls documentation. Identify and implement process improvements. Review supplier reconciliations. Review 3rd party reconciliations.Other/Projects Monthly investor reporting. Quarterly Central Bank returns Preparation of annual Corporation Tax returns. Ad hoc projects as required. Knowledge and Experience Qualified Chartered Accountant. Product accounting in a financial services, asset management, fund administration or banking product experience is desirable. Strong practical application of accounting knowledge. Excellent PC skills; particularly Microsoft Excel.Personal Competencies A self-starter with good initiative, strong attention to detail and execution focus. Possesses excellent analytical and numerical skills balanced with strong questioning approach. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong planning and organisation skills with proven ability to meet deadlines.This is an immediate start with a contract length of 18 months, however it may be extended. Regardless of which an 18 month contract is a great stepping stone from practice into industry and financial services. Call Ciara Tallon in confidence on 01 6377322 or mail me on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Senior and Junior Level career advancing practice roles - Nationwide
Permanent
Updated 22/May/2018
Nationwide

Throughout the country Chartered Accountants Practices are experiencing growth, development and expansion with some very exciting career enhancing roles available.We cannot emphasise enough the advantages that practice opportunities bring, whether its through management accounts, audit or company secretarial experience along with exposure to a huge range of sectors and clients. They are invaluable as part of your short or long-term career plan.Some of the roles available include:Audit Partner - Dublin - Start up opportunity to build your own team around you in this niche firmRecently qualified - Cork - This is an opportunity to provide outsourced services to a range of clientsTax Director - Dublin - Fantastic salary and benefits along with a unique client baseManager - Advisory Services within this Big 4 firm - Take the next step on your career ladderNewly qualified - Expanding firm in Limerick - Nice opportunity to develop your career nearer homeTax opportunities - Use your tax qualification or be supported in achieving it in these Cork practicesRecently qualified role within this well-known Kildare practiceRisk! The most in demand skill set at the moment - Leading Dublin based firm adding to its teamDirector of Audit in this well known South Dublin practice - time to raise your gameThese are just some of the roles available, if your county is not here chances are we can help to identify roles for you. Call Ciara Tallon in confidence on 01 6377322 for further information or mail me ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Advisory Services - Manager with this expanding Big 4 practice
Permanent
Updated 22/May/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client a leading figure in practice has an opportunity for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join at management/executive level.Within the advisory team you will work with all levels of Government, leveraging sector insights and delivering tangible, measurable business benefits. You will advise on all aspects of the development, structuring and financing of infrastructure and real estate projects. As Manager you will support the Director and Partners in building business for the firm, managing assignments won and developing and managing teams.Job Summary: You will join a team of experienced professionals who bring to clients excellence in the planning, procurement and delivery of infrastructure. You will advise both public and private sector organisations that require support in developing and managing large scale infrastructure projects across a range of sectors. You will also advise on the long-term operation of assets and the creation of high performing organisations.Key Responsibilities: •Lead and manage a challenging and varied client portfolio, both public and private side•Develop your own career. With sustained levels of growth in our practice, you will have an excellent opportunity to progress, specialise and travel•Develop and maintain business relationships and market profile with a view to winning business for the Firm•Develop and maintain new products and service offerings•Lead both internal and external projects•Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team •Benefit from an excellent remuneration and benefits packageTo qualify, candidates must have: • Qualified Chartered Accountant•Direct and relevant infrastructure experience having worked at in a similar infrastructure advisory practice or in banking, Government, economics, construction, funds management or industry.•You must have strong leadership skills, excellent delegation skills and proven ability to manage and develop junior members of the team is required.•You will have excellent business development and relationship management skills•Excellent organisational and planning capabilities.•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.For an extensive job spec please call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Finance Transformation Senior Consultant/Manager
Permanent
Updated 3/May/2018
Dublin City Centre

Finance Transformation - Professional Services - Opportunities across a number of sectors including financial services, public sector and private sector.Working as part of a diverse team of professionals your role will be both challenging and interesting.The team helps Finance leaders to transform the finance function from a "supporting" function to a "business partner", reduce its cost base, increase efficiency and the quality of information, and improve decision making through some of the following areas:• Finance operating model design• Performance Management (including FP&A/ close, consolidation and reporting)• Shared services design and implementation• Outsourcing advisory• Digital FinanceAs a part of multi-disciplinary teams, we work with Finance leaders within the public, private and Financial Services sectors to combine our finance capability with programme and change management expertise to implement and embed improvements and deliver sustainable value.About the OpportunityThese are challenging and fulfilling opportunities with the potential to develop your range of skills significantly as you support and deliver to a range of customers:You will be a key member of client service teams in areas such as finance operating model design, shared services implementation, finance process improvement, outsourcing advisory, and management reporting and controlThe opportunity to advise clients on the finance function of the future leveraging the digital finance technologies that are transforming finance functions e.g. RPA, Cognitive, Cloud, AIThe opportunity to work with a high performing team with a strong commitment to excellenceImmerse yourself in the organisation's unique capabilities and benefit from our global consulting networkAs a part of our commitment to continued personal and professional development you will have the opportunity to undertake extensive Finance Transformation focused training.About YouPrior consulting experience in finance transformation, or significant roles in large-scale finance transformation projects in the public sector is essential.Qualified accountant with ACA and a strong academic record.Ideally 6-8 years post qualification experience PQE for Management roles is required.Deep knowledge of and exposure to public procurement processesStrong analytical and interpersonal skills, with a commitment to professional and client service excellence. The ability to develop good working relationships is critical.Ability to effectively balance a number of tasks, work to deadlines, and produce quality deliverables.Initiative and a proactive approach, balanced with strong business acumenMembers interested in these opportunities should contact Karin Lanigan in confidence on 01 637 7331 or email karin.lanigan@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Internal Audit - Recently qualified- ESB - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 24/April/2018
Dublin City Centre

An opportunity has arisen within the Group Internal Audit function of ESB, providing independent reassurance to the Board and management, and supporting business units in delivery of strategic objectives, by assessing and reporting on risk management, corporate governance, internal control and effective resource utilisation.Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities of this role include: Work as part of a team and individually in the delivery of strategic, governance, operational and financial audits and advisory assignments across diverse business activitiesContribute proactively to the risk based planning for specific audit assignments Provide assurance, through audits conducted, around ESB’s corporate governance, risk management and internal control framework Assess and make recommendations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations across a range of ESB group activities.Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience High levels of commitment and excellent interpersonal skills Strong teamwork skills Ability to identify issues, apply judgement and develop solutions A commercial mind-set with effective analytical skills Ability to act independently and to take initiativeQualificationsA qualified Chartered Accountancy qualification.This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a dynamic expert team, to gain an understanding of the strategic challenges facing ESB, to develop strong stakeholder management skills and to gain knowledge and experience of the operations of key business functions across all Business Units. The successful candidates will liaise with senior stakeholders and teams across the ESB Group in the delivery of internal audit assignments.This role will involve knowledge and experience in internal auditing practices, along with training on key risk management and corporate governance methodologies, facilitating competency and career developmentLocationBased in East Wall Road, Dublin 3 but occasional travel will be required to other ESB locations.This role is closing shortly, to be included in the shortlist please contact Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Newly qualified - Return to Limerick! Career enhancing opportunities
Permanent
Updated 18/April/2018
Limerick

A dynamic practice of professional advisors with its offices in Limerick city has a great opportunity for newly qualified members seeking to return home to develop their practice careers.Providing specialist advice in the areas of Audit, Taxation, Company Secretarial and Business Strategy to a wide variety of mainly indigenous owner managed businesses, this practice has an extensive client base in the following sectors: Retail, Manufacturing, Engineering, Tourism, Professionals, Medical, Financial Services and Property Development.The successful candidate will be required to work within our Audit and Accounts Department on a portfolio of mixed clients. The role will include:• Prepare accounts to review stage by partner,• Prepare audit work to completion stage for review by partner,• Prepare sole trader and partnership accounts,• Supervision of other staff members, • Preparation and management of Corporation tax returns and other tax returns at times,• Liaising with clients on a regular basis.Suitable candidates will be fully qualified Chartered Accountants and have experience dealing with personal and corporate clients. Key attributes expected in successful applicants include:• Excellent attention to detail and good technical skills,• Strong time management skills,• Excellent communication skills, both with staff and clientsAttractive remuneration packages commensurate with experience and qualifications for all roles. For a confidential chat call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Recently Qualified and Interested in a career in Tax? Cork
Permanent
Updated 9/April/2018
Cork

Our client, a multi-faceted consulting firm which provides its clients with leading-edge expertise in the fields of taxation, business consulting and financial planning is seeking to recruit a recently qualified accountant who wants to train and specialise in tax consultancy. The role represents an outstanding opportunity to build an exciting career in a very dynamic and ever evolving area. Our client has an enviable client base and they act for a diverse range of clients, including multinational, private companies, partnerships and high net-worth individuals. Innovative and client-driven, the firm has the professional competences that enable it to deliver a suite of services that is second-to-none.Your opportunity:The successful candidate will join its well established and successful 2 year training program for trainee consultants.This extensive training programme will provide you with a thorough grounding in Income Tax, the tax that forms the backbone of the Irish tax code. Gain experience in related taxes such as Corporation Tax and Capital Gains Tax before being introduced to specialist taxes such as VAT, Stamp Duty and Capital Acquisitions Tax. You will also study for a tax qualification.The role:Will include not only client engagements but also technical research and our publications for clients. By the end of your training period you will have gained a qualification and will be ready to begin your post qualification career with our client as a fully trained tax professional.This is a unique opportunity for a candidate to be part of a team that deals with many of the most complex and interesting areas of Irish taxation on a day to day basis. The position carries with it a very competitive remuneration package. Salary and benefits PackageSalary up to 50k€ depending on experienceFull study support for the taxation exams including fees and study leaveComprehensive in-house training and mentoring provideMembership subs paidPension contributions by the firm after 6 monthsSick pay coveredLife assurance benefitsParking in City centre locationInterested members should contact Karin Lanigan by email to 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

Develop key Risk Advisory skills set - Leading Dublin based firm
Permanent
Updated 27/March/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors has a vacancy for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join their Dublin based team.The role will include (but is not limited to):• Deliver internal audit projects and reviews that meet deadlines and quality objectives.• Build and maintain relationships with clients.• Interact with all levels of management.• Perform controls testing.• Complete testing working papers and audit files.• Prepare high standard reports for review by the Director/Partner• Work as a key part of the team, having the ability to manage junior staff members and review their work.• Continuously build key technical and professional skills.• Liaise with other departments to ensure advice and projects are successfully completedThe successful candidate:• Qualified Chartered Accountant • Strong experience of internal control and internal audit, in both financial and operational processes. Experience in carrying out IT audits is desirable, but not essential• Excellent communication and report writing skills• Ability to work in a team environment• Ability to multi task and work in a fast paced environment• Strong attention to detail and organisational skillsFor a confidential discussion call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Quality Assurance Inspector - Based from home Anywhere in Ireland
Permanent
Updated 23/March/2018

Chartered Accountants Ireland is recruiting Quality Assurance Inspector- Home based role. The successful candidate must be a member of a Recognised Accountancy Body with a minimum of 5 years’ post qualification experience in a practice or regulatory environment. QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTORPermanent roleFull time Home based Chartered Accountants Ireland (“The Institute”) is a membership body representing over 26,000 influential members throughout the globe. Our role is to educate, represent and support our members. The Role:The Professional Standards Department of Chartered Accountants Ireland, along with relevant compliance and disciplinary committees, is responsible for the delivery of the Institute's regulatory and disciplinary obligations which derive both from statute and its own Bye-Laws and Regulations.Quality Assurance inspections is the means by which the Regulatory Board ensures professional services provided by members and member firms are of a high standard, by monitoring compliance with the Standards of Professional Conduct through a system of returns and inspections and taking regulatory action when necessary.All members who hold a Practising Certificate (PC) and their firms are included within the Board's programme of Quality Review which is the term used to describe the programme by which the Board assures itself as the quality of services provided by PC holders and their firms.The Professional Standards team is seeking to recruit a Quality Assurance Inspector, to review compliance with Chartered Accountants Ireland Regulations and Code of Ethics.Main duties and responsibilities of the role include:Conducting monitoring visits to Chartered Accountant Ireland member firmsReviewing firms’ processes and methodologies in relation to practising activitiesReviewing firms’ compliance with the Institute’s rules and regulationsCritical assessment of the work carried out including judgements made by partners on key issues ,including audit and accounting issuesInterviews with partners and other team membersReporting on the visit including findings and recommendations to the firmsAdding value by making recommendations to firms aimed at improving qualityYou will perform a wide range of challenging work and gain:A unique insight into how firms operate and respond to current issues facing practiceAn up to date knowledge of business, accounting and regulatory compliance issues of relevance to the professionA detailed knowledge of leading methodologies , including audit, non audit, investment business and anti-money launderingThe Candidate:EssentialThe successful candidate must be a member of a Recognised Accountancy Body with a minimum of 5 years’ post qualification experience in a practice or regulatory environment;An excellent knowledge of professional, technical and ethical standards together with excellent organisational, communication and influencing skills and a good level of IT literacy will be required. The candidate should be able to demonstrate an ability/evidence of communicating effectively on sensitive matters with credibly at all levels.Demonstrable experience of report writing for technical and other professional audiencesThe candidate must be capable of working on their own initiative. They must be able to take ownership of the role, and be capable of making key decisions while also actively collaborating within a team focussed on results and targets.Have an analytical and process-driven approach, while being capable of exercising judgement. A strong focus on attention to detail and results is required.An ability to take on new duties and support others when required within the team.Experience of management of multiple deadlines.The candidate must be highly motivated and resilient.Requirement to travel (predominantly within island of Ireland) – full clean drivers licence. Closing date for receipt of applications is close of business Friday 30th March 2018.Email Karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie or call on 01 6377331 for a confidential conversation in relation to this opportunity.

Tax Manager - Leading Dublin based Tax Advisors
Permanent
Updated 22/March/2018
Dublin City Centre

An ambitious boutique tax practice providing innovative tax solutions and advice to clients has a great opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join this growing team. Due to our continued growth and future plans we are currently seeking a tax manager. This is an excellent opportunity for the right person to develop their career through expanding their technical knowledge and opportunities for promotion. Role• Researching and presenting on technical tax matters to support our tax advisory services.• Corresponding with clients, Revenue and intermediaries on all aspects of the client’s affairs.• Project managing tax assignments to provide an excellent service to our growing client base of corporate and high net worth individuals. • Contributing to the development and growth of the practise.Requirements• Qualified Chartered Accountant and/or qualified tax advisor with a minimum of 1 year’s post qualification experience.• Strong technical knowledge with an emphasis on capital taxes.• Strong organisational and communication skills.• Self-motivated and a keen interest in developing their technical knowledge and ability to communicate with clients and intermediaries.If tax is your forte and you would like to carve out a career for yourself then please contact Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission