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Financial Accountant - Food Sector -D 20 - Flexible Hours
Permanent
Updated 15/November/2018
Dublin 14

Our client a leading food supplier in an expanding industry has an opportunity for a fully qualified Chartered Accountant to join this successful business, this may suit someone with Food experience or someone with a practice background with management accounts experience and who has had a hands-on approach with clients previously (maybe from a small firm).The person would be responsible for the following: • Processing of banking transactions• Oversee the payroll function• Oversee the weekly / monthly reconciliation of creditors and debtors• Reconcile bank accounts• Supervision of 2 – 3 staff• Produce management accounts for review• Produce year-end accounts for audit• Liaise with the directors on a regular basis• Become involved in other aspects of the company (stock-taking, external H & S audits)Please contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Experienced Accountant - (Fund experience desirable) - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 15/November/2018
Dublin City Centre

An industry leading quasi public organisation has an opportunity for a Financial Accountant to work as part of a small team. This newly created role within Finance Department, reporting directly to the Finance Manager and fully supported by assistants has the potential to be a highlight in the successful candidate's career.The role of Financial Accountant will be to be primarily responsible for the day to day running of a newly created fund as well as assisting the Finance Manager with risk management function.• Liaising with the Investment Managers as required• Ensuring compliance with the agreed Investment Strategy• Preparing quarterly reports as required• Communication to Members regarding Fund logistics and deadlines for forthcoming year • Coordinate declaration and payment of Contributions from Members within required timeframe• Assist with Governance structure review to ensure appropriateness for overseeing the fund including but not limited to investment strategy, policies and procedures, risk mitigation strategy, risk register, terms of reference of Finance/Investment Committee• Assist in the management of the Operational Risk Management Committee• Prepare Annual report for on the performance of the Fund• Support Investment Committee Members, prepare reports and present at meetings• Support Finance Function as requiredRequirements:• Fully qualified Chartered Accountant• Minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience in the Financial Services Industry• Experience in Audit and/or Risk Management would be an advantage• Exposure to Fund Management would be desirablePersonal Attributes:• Excellent numeric and analytical skills• Integrity and high ethical standards• Willingness to take ownership and take initiative• An adaptable team player with a proactive approach to problem resolution• Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to manage external relationships• Proven ability to work to strict deadlines• Very good attention to detail and high level of accuracy• Good written and oral communication skill • Good IT skillsPlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant - Energy Group - Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 14/November/2018
Dublin City Centre

We are working with ESB to help identify potential candidates for an interesting role within their Accounting & Reporting function in Finance Operations, Business Service Centre (BSC)ESB has a centralised Finance Operations organisation that provides a range of finance services across ESB Group. The Accounting & Reporting function resides within FinanceOperations and is responsible for financial accounting, treasury accounting and performance reporting for ESB Group and Business Units.Job DescriptionThe successful candidate will be highly motivated, with a strong accounting background and capability. The position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to work as part of a large finance team. Key priorities for Finance Operations are the delivery of best practice finance processes and continued staff development.Key Responsibilities Period close, consolidation and reconciliation activities at Group and Business Unit level. Co-ordination of the annual statutory audit process, engagement with external auditorsand delivery of outputs to key internal and external stakeholders as required. Developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders and customers includingcorporate, business units and external auditors. Delivery of continuous improvement initiatives and various projects within the Accounting& Reporting function. Preparation and qualitative interpretation of Business Unit performance reporting. Centre of expertise providing technical accounting support to Corporate and Business Units Monitoring accounting (IFRS), technical and commercial developments and advising on their impact on the financial close of the GroupEssential Knowledge, Skills and Experience Newly qualified Chartered Accountant. High level of technical accounting competency and strong analytical skills. Highly motivated – able to work on own initiative and as part of a team. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Strong IT skills - knowledge of SAP would be preferable.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.

Finance Manager - Dublin Group - Good Salary & Bonus
Permanent
Updated 12/November/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client is an international business seeking a Finance Manager to manage approx. six people in the Finance team and work closely with the FD and CFO. Dublin Based.Hospitality sector experience is an advantage. Finance Manager Key Responsibilities:• Prepare, develop, analyse and interpret key financial information & business data to assist managers and other decision makers in making well-informed decisions • Analysis and reporting of all aspects of hotel performance and financial position • Provide a high-quality support service by liaising with all departments and management colleagues on all aspects of finance to help make decisions• Preparation of monthly management accounts and reporting package for Dublin entities including variance analysis and related commentaries• Preparation of monthly balance sheet reconciliations• Overseeing daily and weekly reporting • Overseeing budgeting & forecasting processes• Overseeing administration and processing functions• Offering professional judgement on financial matters and advising on ways of improving business performance • Monitoring and evaluating operational financial controls and policies • Implementing corporate governance procedures, risk management and internal controls• Overseeing transactional taxation compliance for Dublin entities • Managing the annual audit process • Manage small finance team• Project related work You will be : • Qualified Chartered Accountant • Hotel accounting experience a distinct advantage• Strong analytical skills.• Strong Excel skills.• Strong business acumen.• Excellent administration skills.• Ability to multi-task• Change management skills.• Excellent attention to detail.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Experienced Practice Accountant - Part-time opportunity - Dublin South
Permanent
Updated 5/November/2018
Dublin South

An ambitious firm of Chartered Accountants is hiring an experienced and enthusiastic professional who is looking for a challenging career but on a part-time basis to suit a work/life balance. The role would involve but is not limited to:1. Lead audit in accordance with generally accepted audit principles applicable to mainly small or medium sized companies. Our clients’ base consists of a diverse range of businesses and individuals. 2. Preparation of, or supervision and review in relation to the preparation of financial statements.3. Interim assistance with the finance and reporting function of a large progressive business.4. Direction and review of junior audit associates. Dealing with the more technical issues and communication or training of less experienced members of staff.5. Ability to develop and nurture relationships with a diverse portfolio of clients. The candidate should have the ability to gain the trust of clients and harness this trust to develop and enhance the client, practice relationship. 6. Preparation of taxation computations and completion of appropriate forms for submission.7. Ad hoc taxation, research or other engagements with direct Partner support and integration with other areas in the practice.8. Preparation and presentation of reports to client or staff with Partner instruction.9. Direct reporting to manager and Partner, including value added ideas and providing assistance when requested.Candidate Requirements:1. The ability to work as part of a team as well as enterprise to work on own initiative when required.2. An ability to develop and enhance the client relationship through excellent communication skills, timely responses to client requests and an ability to provide advice to and deal with client communications in a clear, articulate way. 3. High proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel with proven work experience. Working knowledge of Sage Accounts Production will be an advantage. Knowledge and ability to work with the main Microsoft Office programs and ability to utilize other accounting packages when required. 4. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a record of drafting professional correspondence.5. Analytical and ability to manage engagements and other staff members when required.6. Previous practical experience in preparing accounts under FRS102 and the provisions of Companies Act 2014.7. Previous experience in Relate Accounts Production and IXBRL is a bonus but not mandatory.For a confidential conversation about this role please call Ciara Tallon on 01-6377 322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie.When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission.

Finance Manager - Global Engineering Firm - Derry base
Permanent
Updated 30/October/2018
Derry

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join a newly established, small but fast growing, international engineering business to support the expansion of the organisation. As part of this expansion, the management team is seeking a finance professional to fulfil a new and key role as Group Financial Manager to establish and maintain a comprehensive finance function as well as working directly with the operations of the business. Although based in Derry, scheduled travel to international locations may be required. The role will suit someone who is; prepared to go the extra mile in an exciting and expanding business with constant change, and likely to prefer the concept of ‘entrepreneurial’ than ‘steady state’. The organisation has been funded by founders and early stage investors and will carry out further fund raisings to match its expansion plans.ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Directors, which include an experienced non-executive finance director, you will help establish and manage the finance function and work closely with business operations. Responsibilities include:• Preparation of monthly management accounts for the group’s operating entities.• Consolidation of monthly group accounts.• Cash flow analysis and forecasting across the group.• Order book analysis and forecasting across the group.• Timely production of the above management information.• Providing ad hoc/specific management information as required by the Directors.• Preparation of annual group accounts.• Responsible for setting up and running a group accounting system and its on-going development.• Annual Companies House/ local regulatory filings and assistance and verification in all filings for each entity regardless of location• Preparation of quarterly VAT returns and other legally required returns specific to each geographical location requirements.• Preparation of annual budget with input from operational managers.• Coordinating weekly Group and subsidiary cash flow forecasting.• Oversee client invoicing and debtor collection.• Oversee credit control and supplier payments.• Oversee expenses and credit card processing.• Oversee bank account operations and treasury management.• Liaison with the business operations.• Development of accounting SOP’s and their implementation and ongoing adherence.• In due course, managing a small number of personnel.The EssentialsWe are looking for a candidate with the following key skills and attributes:• A fully qualified Chartered Accountant with a recognised international accounting body who has a good academic background, able to work in an entrepreneurial expanding, business with constant change.• Experience of producing and understanding monthly and statutory accounts to deadlines.• Experience / understanding of working in a smaller company environment.• Computer literate, keen, ambitious and dedicated to delivery.•I n-depth knowledge of and ability to audit and train others on Quickbooks, Pastel or other accounting tools and systems• Strong ability to implement and monitor internal controls.The DesirableThe following skills are not essential, but experience would be an advantage:Preferably have experience of working in some form of professional services business (possibly a firm of accountants) but any industry experience will be considered.• Preferably have a background or knowledge of tax accounting from an international perspective.• Preferably have experience relating to mergers and acquisitions.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

Internal Auditor - Financial Services- Dublin only no travel
Permanent
Updated 22/October/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading provider of financial services has an exciting opportunity for a Chartered Accountant who is interested in getting Internal Audit experience.The Internal Auditor will complete evaluations of systems and processes to mitigate/manage risk; work on a broad variety of local and global audit assignments and projects within the organisation as part of the global team and work with a broad scope in a small, global team, where the participation and value-add from each member is key to the success of the Group Internal Audit function Duties in Brief: • Reports directly to a GIA Assistant Manager / Manager and keeps the Manager up-to-date with emerging issues,audit progress and resourcing information;• Demonstrate comprehension & ability to evaluate existing policies and procedures and identify controls;• Assist with planning scope and procedures with guidance from the manager / senior manager;• Development of audit programs by documenting steps to be performed in the audit;• Execution of audits which include planning, fieldwork execution and reporting in a competent and professional manner;• Execution of audits of more complex transactions or operations;• Review work papers of other project team members;• Completion of audit calendar indicating the audits to be completed over a defined timeframe;• Part of the audit team, identifies and escalates audit issues, fostering a constructive tone in audit reports;• Facilitates issue tracking and validation of closure of issues • Contributes to the further enhancement of the GIA audit process and involvement in audit methodology projects and supporting GIA management; and maintain expertise and pursue training to keep abreast of new and proposed developments in the Auditing field. About You: • Experienced Chartered Accountant.• Additional Qualifications: CIA or CISA certification would be a significant advantage.• At least 2/3 years relevant experience in a similar internal audit position, preferably in a financial institution / Big 4 in an international environment;• Knowledge of modern internal audit best practice and methods; IFRS knowledge;• Affinity with Governance, Risk and Compliance related issues;• Capable of understanding the applications of a range of audit techniques;• Knowledge of the TeamMate application and use of CAATs will be considered• an advantage; and experience in auditing in an international multi-location environment would be• a significant advantageWhat We Offer: • A challenging and rewarding role in an award-winning global business.• Opportunities for personal and professional career development. • Great working environment, competitive salary and benefits, and opportunities for educational support.• Be part of an industry leading global team, renowned for excellence.For a confidential chat about this role please contact Ciara Tallon 01 6377322 ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Modelling (Analyst) - Professional/Finance Services - Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 22/October/2018
Dublin City Centre

Due to continued growth, a leading financial/professional services firm is seeking a Modelling Analyst to join the Dublin office. This newly created position will support analysis for all structured finance products, including mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities and project finance. About the Job:In this role you will be responsible for assigning new ratings and providing surveillance on structured finance deals. You will actively contribute to the ratings process by preparing internal credit reports for rating committees, analyzing cash flows and writing detailed reports. You will closely follow developments surrounding rated transactions and their sector, assessing the potential impact on the transaction and maintaining contact with related parties. You will also be responsible for writing articles for publication on individual transactions, as well as special topics and market commentaries. To Be Successful You Will Be:• Highly proficient with Microsoft Excel and VBA and able to easily manipulate and format large data sets• Comfortable and skilled at analysing, summarising and coherently presenting facts and opinions based on large amounts of information/data at credit rating committees• Skilled at providing analysis for senior staff in relation to financial structures, collateral analysis and underlying businesses• Exceptionally attuned to details, with a propensity to quality check your own work• One to take initiative and work independently, as well as work closely with fellow team members in a collaborative, fast-paced environment• Have a keen interest in financial services• Willing and able to travel freely between the EU and UK• Comfortable in a multinational environment• Flexible with regards to participating in meetings at non-standard hours with U.S. colleagues• A qualified Chartered Accountant with 1-2 Years Post Qualification • Bilingual (a plus)• Passionate about our corporate values of innovation, collaboration and integrity.About You: Ideally, your professional experience to date will include tenure within the financial services industry, and specific experience with: • Due diligence and financial modelling • Liaising with clients • Securitization (preferred but not essential)For a confidential chat about this role contact Ciara Tallon 01 6377322 ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Financial Accountant MNC North Leinster (Bonus/Pension/VHI)
Permanent
Updated 22/October/2018
Co. Louth.

Our client is a growing multinational organisation seeking a qualified ACA with a few years PQE in industry. Lovely culture supportive team and career development Responsibilities :• Production of all financial information to the operational management• Prepare, monitor and maintain annual departmental and company budgets and forecasts• Responsible for the continuing development of sound financial controls and procedures within the organisation.• Monitoring and implementation of controls across the organisation.• Involvement in Co Secretarial, Financial & Compliance Audits, Risk Management• Evaluate and review the company’s contractual obligations.• Develop or modify new or existing reports based on business line management requirements and requests.• Assist with managing the company’s taxation exposure • Oversight of the billing process and ensuring invoices adhere to the local VAT rules.What we need from you:• Qualified accountant: ACA • Circa 2-5 years PQE.• Broad accounting experience • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Strong analytical and conceptual skills, ability to work to tight deadlines• Intermediate to advanced excel and access skills essential;• Strong communication, organizational and interpersonal skillsPlease contact Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Internal Auditor - South Dublin 60k
Permanent
Updated 22/October/2018
Dublin South

Group Internal Auditor sought for top 100 plc client in South Dublin. Exceptional Organisation and career development. Substantial travel involved but flexilibility given in Lieu. Excellent move into Industry for an ACA particularly if you are Big 4 trained. Career path mapped into Finance divisions within 18/24 months if so targeted. Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Audit Manager - Lucrative Salary on offer - Dublin 6
Permanent
Updated 19/October/2018
Dublin

Due to continued growth and expansion, our client is seeking a highly motivated individual to join a dynamic professional senior team. This full-time role offers opportunity for career development and promotion for the right individual who will be charged with managing a portfolio of clients. The role involves providing audit and related services to companies and groups operating across a wide range of sectors, in addition to participating in the management of practice.The successful candidate will work closely with the partners and will have a real opportunity to provide a valued opinion. Excellent opportunities exist for an ambitious and driven candidate to progress within the firm. Main responsibilities:• To effectively lead a team in planning, managing and executing Audit engagements in an efficient, effective and timely manner;• Supervise and train junior members of the team to ensure standards are maintained throughout the entire audit process;• Assume full responsibility for managing and reviewing the work of the audit team;• Project management - Assume responsibility for managing a varied portfolio of clients;• Researching and resolving technical queries from clients• Manage work in progress and billings as part of working capital management;• Identifying client needs and new business opportunities within client organisations;• Develop and grow the firms client portfolio;• Partake in client fee negotiation;• Maintain a high quality of work and consistently adhere to relevant professional standardsSkills and attributes:• Experienced Chartered Accountant• Strong technical skills (FRS102/IFRS)• Strong audit manager experience • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate and manage staff under tight deadlines whilst maintaining standards;• Ability to make professional judgements based on findings;• Portfolio management experience;• Attention to detail and analytical assessment; experience working as part of a team supporting others;• Commercially awareness;• Enthusiasm to drive change or improve the operating environment including embracing new technology when appropriate. A proven track record in the above, strong interpersonal skills, drive and enthusiasm are a pre-requisite for this role. Desirable:Experience of Relate Software – Drive/Accounts Production/Corporation taxThis is an opportunity to join a growing team of professionals in a role with long term career opportunities and potential leadership role.Please email your CV to Dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie or call 01 637 7251 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 - Dublin Leading SME (c70/75k)
Permanent
Updated 18/October/2018
Donnybrook

Our client is a long established Leading SME in Dublin seeking a Financial Controller with a solid commercial acumen. You must be a strong communicator and capable of solid cashflow, budget monthly reporting advise to Senior Management / board level. Key Responsibilities :• The preparation and maintenance of cash flow statements, budgets and forecasts. • As requested by the Managing Director to carry out financial modelling and analysis including the creation of reports to identify results and trends in financial performance. • Manage and monitor all bank activity • Responsibility for the accounts payable and accounts receivable functions to ensure the smooth processing of both sales invoices and supplier invoices. • Responsibility for the accurate and timely payment of all salaries and the overall management of the payroll system in accordance with Revenue requirements. • Preparation and timely submission of VAT, PAYE and VIES returns. • Preparation of monthly management accounts to include all relevant reconciliations and control accounts. • Preparation of the year end audit file and liaising with the external auditors for the purposes of completing the annual statutory audit to include the agreement of the statutory financial statements. • Liaise with the external advisors Person profile • Qualified ACA – Practice trained originally • Relevant experience in a commercially focused role. • Excellent interpersonal skills & proven ability to multi-task. • Excellent client/supplier relationship skills • Sage Professional & Micropay experience a plus • Excellent communication and time management skills • Must be efficient suit a very busy office culture Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Tax Manager - 4 Partner Firm - Dub CC
Permanent
Updated 17/October/2018

Our client is a highly reputable tax and audit Chartered Accountancy Firm seeking a Tax Manager. Notable track record in terms of tax advisory. Relatively open on experience - circa 3-8 years pqe STrong salary base and bonus / BenefitsFor full background details call Dave Riordan 016377251 dave.riordan@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

Treasury Analyst - ACA - €50/60k
Permanent
Updated 17/October/2018

Our client in North Dublin is seeking a Treasury Analyst with experience in Cashflow forecasting and Invoice discounting. Purpose of RoleReporting to the Head of Finance, the principal function of the Treasury Analyst will be to oversee and manage the use of the organisation’s finances.Key Responsibilities:Daily cash-flow forecastingDaily postings and clearing of bank transactions for multiple banksPreparation of monthly group bank reconciliations as part of the month-end close process in line with month end deadlinesInvoice Discounting facility bank to debtor reconciliationAssist with payment processingAssist with quarterly Invoice Discounting auditAssist with preparation of quarter end & year-end audit files and analysisAct as point of contact with external auditors for bank sheet reconciliationsMaintain process documents to ensure they reflect most recent process for TreasuryContinuously improve Treasury processes where possible.Experience And QualificationsPart-qualified or newly qualified accountant with minimum 2 years’ experience within accounts, previous experience in treasury role a distinct advantage.Significant experience in the area of Bank reconciliation.Ability to work with significant volumes of data.Ability to work on their own to deliver results within a short period of time.Ability to deal with third parties where necessary to resolve issues as they may arise.Previous experience using MS Dynamics, experience with banking online an advantageAbility to work effective under time and delivery pressures while paying attention to detail.Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple activities with competing deadlinesStrong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders at varying seniority levels.Sound working knowledge of credit related products including trade finance and FX productsStrong IT skills with an emphasis on Excel.Please contact Dave Riordan on 01 6377251 or dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Group Internal Auditor - FMCG / commercial
Permanent
Updated 12/October/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a global MNC in the food sector currently seeking a recently qualified ACA (Top 10/20/Big4 Trained) for a key internal audit role : Key Responsibilities:To provide assurance that internal controls within the group are effective in minimising risk and exposures to acceptable levels, and to provide recommendations for improvement as appropriate.To provide assurance on business operations and, as appropriate, recommend feasible ways of improving efficiency, effectiveness and economy of operations.Maintain and develop knowledge and expertise in internal audit and related theory, practice and developments through relevant professional reading, seminar attendance, training, etc.Apply sound judgment in performance of duties. Exercise discretion and confidentiality in relation to information and matters encountered in the performance of duties.Evaluate and assess business processes and objectives, determine key controls and risks, assess and rank controls, risks and exposures.Possess understanding of business risks (financial, commercial, operational, compliance) and demonstrate past execution and delivery of an annual group wide risk assessment program.Assist with the development of audit tests and prepare audit programmes based on the assessment of controls, risks and exposures.Assist with the audit work/investigations to bring the assigned audits to completion within budgeted time.Develop audit findings, ensure evidence exists to support findings and agree findings and remediation timelines with peers and local management.Assist with the drafting of audit reports and agree management actions and implementation dates.Document unclosed audit points and follow up audit points to resolution and closure.Ensure ongoing personal and professional development in Internal Auditing, IT and knowledge and awareness of Group systems and operations.Be an ambassador for the Group Internal Audit function, capable of thought leadership, high performance, business partnering and comfortable interacting with Group Executives as needed Experienced Required: Leadership skills.Integrity and objectivity.Judgment and evaluation competency.Professional and proactive.Strong communication and report writing skills.Analytical and conceptual skills.Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to and persuade others. Contact Ciara Tallon on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie 01 6377322When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Assistant Manager - Large firm - Ideal to return to Wexford
Permanent
Updated 8/October/2018
Wexford.

A large firm based in Wexford has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant looking for that next step to Assistant Manager on a full time, permanent basis covering the South East (Waterford, Kilkenny or Wexford). Providing assurance services to businesses that range from start-ups to household names, they also have a thriving financial services sector practice focusing mainly on asset management companies. This diversity will help you gain vast experience across all sorts of sectors. What does this role offer? You will be located in our Kilkenny/Waterford/Wexford office and have the opportunity to: • Work on a challenging, evolving and varied client portfolio, with excellent opportunities to develop. • Become a technical expert in a particular area of interest. • Development of your own career. With sustained levels of growth in our assurance practice, you will have an excellent opportunity to progress, specialise and travel. You will have a Coach who will help guide your performance and development. • Develop close client relationships across various industries and play a part in winning new work and developing existing portfolios. • Grow and leverage your people management skills in a progressive environment. • Access to an extensive range of assurance experts as well as advisory and tax specialists. Who are you?• A qualified Chartered Accountant• Strong academic background with at least 1/2 years audit experience with client facing experience. • A motivated, organised, self-starter and an enthusiastic team player working to deadlines. • An interest in enhancing your technical and other knowledge / skills. Who are we? We have 5 partners in our South East practice and we employ approx. 135 people across the region. We have a broad client base ranging including plc. subsidiaries of multinational companies, investment funds and Irish owner managed businesses. This is a great opportunity if you would like to move back to the South East and maintain your professional standards as well as giving you assistant manager status.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.

Tax Opportunity- Cork - Suit recently qualified ACA
Permanent
Updated 1/October/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 Competitive Full 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 Ciara Tallon on 01 637 7322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ieWhen you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Finance Accountant - Fast growing Engineering company- Derry
Permanent
Updated 26/September/2018
Northern Ireland

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join a newly established, small but fast growing, international engineering business to support the expansion of the organisation. As part of this expansion, the management team is seeking a finance professional to fulfil a new and key role as Group Financial Accountant to establish and maintain a comprehensive finance function as well as working directly with the operations of the business. Although based in Derry, scheduled travel to international locations may be required. The role will suit someone who is; prepared to go the extra mile in an exciting and expanding business with constant change, and likely to prefer the concept of ‘entrepreneurial’ than ‘steady state’. The organisation has been funded by founders and early stage investors and will carry out further fund raisings to match its expansion plans.ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Directors, which include an experienced non-executive finance director, you will help establish and manage the finance function and work closely with business operations. Responsibilities include:• Preparation of monthly management accounts for the group’s operating entities.• Consolidation of monthly group accounts.• Cash flow analysis and forecasting across the group.• Order book analysis and forecasting across the group.• Timely production of the above management information.• Providing ad hoc/specific management information as required by the Directors.• Preparation of annual group accounts.• Responsible for setting up and running a group accounting system and its on-going development.• Annual Companies House/ local regulatory filings and assistance and verification in all filings for each entity regardless of location• Preparation of quarterly VAT returns and other legally required returns specific to each geographical location requirements.• Preparation of annual budget with input from operational managers.• Coordinating weekly Group and subsidiary cash flow forecasting.• Oversee client invoicing and debtor collection.• Oversee credit control and supplier payments.• Oversee expenses and credit card processing.• Oversee bank account operations and treasury management.• Liaison with the business operations.• Development of accounting SOP’s and their implementation and ongoing adherence.• In due course, managing a small number of personnel.The EssentialsWe are looking for a candidate with the following key skills and attributes:• A fully qualified Chartered Accountant with a recognised international accounting body who has a good academic background, able to work in an entrepreneurial expanding, business with constant change.• Experience of producing and understanding monthly and statutory accounts to deadlines.• Experience / understanding of working in a smaller company environment.• Computer literate, keen, ambitious and dedicated to delivery.•I n-depth knowledge of and ability to audit and train others on Quickbooks, Pastel or other accounting tools and systems• Strong ability to implement and monitor internal controls.The DesirableThe following skills are not essential, but experience would be an advantage:Preferably have experience of working in some form of professional services business (possibly a firm of accountants) but any industry experience will be considered.• Preferably have a background or knowledge of tax accounting from an international perspective.• Preferably have experience relating to mergers and acquisitions.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

Head of Technical and Representation - Chartered Accountants Ireland
Permanent
Updated 20/September/2018
Dublin

Head of Technical Policy and Representation The Institute of Chartered Accountants is recruiting for an experienced, ambitious and dedicated professional accountant with a proven track record in the profession. This role will provide you with the opportunity to:• Work closely with partners, technical directors and other senior members of the profession, experts in the areas of financial reporting, audit and assurance, practice risk management and insolvency; • Liaise with senior representatives of Government departments, other State agencies and international standard setters;• Enhance your technical knowledge working with experts in financial reporting, auditing, insolvency and related company law matters;• Enhance your writing and communication skills in preparing technical guidance documents and the providing technical assistance to members; • Manage projects and other activities of significance to Chartered Accountants Ireland (‘Institute’) members and to the profession; and• Manage a team which plays a key role in the development of the accountancy profession in Ireland.This is an excellent opportunity to develop your career and there is a competitive salary and benefits on offer with good work life balance.RoleRTP is responsible for a broad technical policy agenda of relevance to the Institute, its membership and the accountancy profession. RTP manages and supports the activities of a range of technical committees and working groups, consisting of expert volunteers drawn from the practice (both large and smaller firms) and industry, coordinating policy on matters relating to financial reporting, audit and assurance, insolvency and company and other business law matters.Reporting to the RTP Director, the successful candidate will manage the RTP team (currently consisting of four team members, including three professional accountants). The role will involve the management and prioritisation of agendas and work programmes of the technical committees. He or she will be involved in formulating Institute policy as regards relevant legal, regulatory proposals and proposals from standard setters. The role also involves representing the Institute with government, regulatory agencies and other bodies in Ireland, the UK and elsewhere. The position will interest those who enjoy the challenge of a rapidly changing environment and are interested in leading a team which is at the centre of the development of the accountancy profession in Ireland.The role is diverse and includes:• Management, with the RTP Director, of the RTP team, ensuring appropriate allocation of responsibilities and delivery of agreed goals, and ongoing management of the Institute’s technical agenda while ensuring efficient management of financial resources;• Preparing, with committees/working groups, guidance and information documents for members;• Preparing with committees/working groups, submissions to consultations by international accounting, auditing and ethics standard setters, including the FRC, the IASB and the IAASB;• Liaising with various Irish and UK Government Departments on company law and other legislation impacting on the work of accountants, auditors and insolvency practitioners;• Interacting with various regulatory and other state agencies such as the Central Bank, IAASA, ODCE and CRO on regulatory and other matters relevant to the profession and business in general;• Engaging with various other agencies/bodies regarding reporting by accountants on issues such as the protection of client monies and the provision of grants and licences;• Coordinating on matters of common interest with other accounting bodies in Ireland, the UK and Europe;• Providing technical assistance to members through the Technical Enquiry Service and by giving presentations to network groups, at CPD courses and at conferences;• Assisting other departments/functions of the Institute on technical matters.The CandidateThe successful candidate will be an experienced qualified accountant and be able to demonstrate:• A good understanding of the legal framework and technical requirements faced by accountants, auditors and insolvency practitioners and a strong interest in technical matters;• A proven record as a team player;• A high focus on quality and attention to detail;• Strong influencing and relationship management skills;• Strong organisational, presentation, written and oral communication skills;• Strong project management skills and the necessary drive and determination to see projects through to a conclusion.Desirable ExperienceThe following would be of distinct advantage to candidates:• Demonstrable experience of managing a team of experienced professionals;• Expertise and experience in audit technical/methodologies and risk management.The role is full time and is based in our Dublin office but will involve some travel within Ireland, north and south, to the UK and occasionally to other European countries.Please email your CV to Dave.Riordan@charteredaccountants.ie or call 01 637 73251 for a confidential discussion in relation to this role.Closing Date for Application is Wednesday the 10th of October 2018When 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

Manager Technical Policies and Representation - Chartered Accountants Ireland
Permanent
Updated 20/September/2018
Dublin

Manager for Technical Policy and Representation We are recruiting within the Institute of Chartered Accountants for an experienced, ambitious and dedicated Qualified Accountant with a proven track record in the profession to work as Manager in the Representation and Technical Policy (‘RTP’) team. This role will provide you with the opportunity to:• Work closely with partners, technical directors and other senior members of the profession, experts in the areas of financial reporting, audit and assurance, practice risk management and insolvency; • Liaise with senior representatives of Government departments, other State agencies and international standard setters;• Enhance your technical knowledge working with experts in insolvency, financial reporting, auditing and related company law matters;• Enhance your writing and communication skills in preparing technical guidance documents and the providing technical assistance to members; • Manage projects and other activities of significance to Chartered Accountants Ireland (‘Institute’) members and to the profession; and• Be part of a team which plays a key role in the development of the accountancy profession in Ireland. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your career and there is a competitive salary and benefits on offer with good work life balance.RoleRTP is responsible for a broad technical policy agenda of relevance to the Institute and its membership. RTP manages and supports the activities of a range of technical committees and working groups, consisting of expert volunteers drawn from the practice (both large and smaller firms) and industry, coordinating policy on matters relating to insolvency, financial reporting, audit and assurance and company and other business law matters, such as anti-money laundering legislation.The position will interest those who enjoy the challenge of a rapidly changing environment and are interested in leading a team which is at the centre of the development of the accountancy profession in IrelandThe role is diverse and includes responsibility for the management of the Institute’s insolvency agenda, managing insolvency committees in Ireland and Northern Ireland, as well as undertaking project work in the other areas of focus for the team – e.g. financial reporting, audit and assurance, AML. The role is diverse and includes:• Preparing, with committees/working groups, guidance and information documents for members;• Preparing, with committees/working groups, submissions to consultations by international accounting, auditing and ethics standard setters, including the FRC, the IASB and the IAASB;• Liaising with various Irish and UK Government Departments on company law and other legislation impacting on the work of accountants, auditors and insolvency practitioners;• Interacting with various regulatory and other state agencies such as the CBI, IAASA, ODCE and CRO on regulatory and other matters relevant to the profession and business in general;• Engaging with various other agencies/bodies regarding reporting by accountants on issues such as the protection of client monies and the provision of grants and licences;• Coordinating on matters of common interest with other accounting bodies in Ireland, the UK and Europe;• Providing technical assistance to members through the Technical Enquiry Service and by giving presentations to network groups, at CPD courses and at conferences;• Assisting other departments/functions of the Institute on technical matters.The CandidateThe successful candidate will be an experienced qualified accountant and have:• A good understanding of the legal framework and technical requirements faced by accountants, auditors and insolvency practitioners and a strong interest in technical matters;• A proven record as a team player;• A high focus on quality and attention to detail;• Strong organisational, written and oral communication, presentation and influencing skills;• Strong project management skills and the necessary drive and determination to see projects through to a conclusion.In addition to understanding the insolvency sector, candidates would also be expected to be able to demonstrate a strong knowledge of accounting and auditing requirements and issues.The role is full time and is based in our Dublin office but will involve some travel within Ireland, north and south, to the UK and occasionally to other European countries. Please email your CV to Dave.Riordan@charteredaccountants.ie or call 01 637 73251 for a confidential discussion in relation to this role.Closing Date for Application is Wednesday the 10th of October 2018When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Internal Audit Opportunity - Leading D2 Practice
Permanent
Updated 13/September/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading and successful firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, is looking for an Internal Auditor to join our Governance, Risk and Compliance Department. This role can be based in our Dublin or Cork office and will report to the Director. As an Internal Auditor you can expect your duties to include;• Responsibility for a portfolio of internal audit clients• Planning and scoping internal audit assignments• Liaising with and building relationships with clients• Delivering internal audit projects and reviews • Evaluating processes, systems and controls and identifying any weaknesses• Preparing high standard internal audit reports for review by the Director/Partner• Attending ARC meetings• Managing budgets effectivelySkills & Experience• Fully qualified Chartered Accountant• Prior experience in a similar role• Strong internal control, risk management and internal audit experience • Ability to interact with all levels of management• Excellent communication and report writing skills• Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team• Ability to multi task and work in a fast-paced environment• Strong attention to detail and organisational skillsWhy join?Because we measure our success not only in financial terms, but also in the growth and success of our employees.o You will have opportunities to work with an exciting and diverse range of clients.o We recognise the benefits of a sensible work/life balance for all of our employees. We provide flexible working conditions when required and other market benefits.o We offer an extremely competitive compensation package including excellent benefits.o We can and will help you grow your career in a place where our staff members can develop their skills and long-term career ambitions.o We provide a great working environment, we work hard but we play hard too! Regular sports and social activities help bring our employees together to help build the team environment we are so proud of todayCVs for this role to be sent directly 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.

Senior Financial Accountant Dublin 2 (Newly Qual Big 4 FS)
Permanent
Updated 3/September/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our Dublin 2 based client is in the Structured Finance sector and seeking an experienced Senior Financial accountant to join their growing Corporate Services team. They offer a young, dynamic, and international corporate atmosphere as well as the benefit of customized training adapted to your needs throughout your career. This is a really nice career step with broad expsure and an excellent manager for support. Internationally facing you will be responsible for 10 entities and the role will ideally suit a newly qualified ACA who has worked with financial services clients and some exposure to SPV's .Alternatively a chartered accountant with a year or 2 PQE within a structured finance organisation. Small tightly knit team. CORPORATE SERVICES SENIOR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANTRole :  You will have the full responsibility of a portfolio of client accounts and as thus will act as the main liaison and point of contact for all matters relating to the accounts, including preparing management accounts, financial statements, managing audit process, preparing and filling VAT returns, Central Bank reporting and other ad hoc projects.  You will be an important link between management and junior staff, responsible for and knowledgeable about the quality of the work that is done for your clients’ accounts. You will review work product for submission to senior level staff.  You will take part and assist in the setup of structured finance entities, and implementing procedures and processes to ensure accounting and regulatory requirements are addressed and are in comply. Responsibilities:  Taking care of the day-to-day operations of the clients and following up with third parties, including investors, clients, auditors and tax advisors.  Handling the company’s accounts and collaborating in the preparation of periodic reports and regulatory reports for the company’s entities.  Reviewing financial statements, management accounts, and coordinating the audits.  Participating in board meetings and shareholders' meetings.  Reviewing tax returns and tax balances  Preparing VAT, VAT RTD and PAYE returns to the Irish Revenue.  Preparing FVC, S110 returns to the Central Bank.  Responding to clients' requests in terms of tax planning in close collaboration with external tax advisors, if needed.  Other ad hoc projects relating to the Client’s account. Ideal ACA :  You are a fully qualified Chartered Accountant;  You have 3 to 6 years of relevant experience in the fields of accounting, domiciliation or audit;  Extensive experience with financial reporting is preferable;  Extensive experience with IFRS is preferable;  You are fluent in English. (Knowledge of other language will be considered as an asset);  You possess team spirit, the capacity to build strong client relationships, take initiative to act without waiting for direction when appropriate and act professionally both internally and externallyFor additional detail contact Dave Riordan at 016377251 dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie When you apply for this role via Chartered Accountants Irelands’ recruitment service, your personal data will be processed in accordance with our privacy statement (www.charteredaccountants.ie/Privacy-statement). The information you provide during the application process will only be held for the particular role you applied for unless you provide consent for it to be held for the purposes of being considered for other roles also. Please note that your CV will not be submitted for roles without your distinct permission

Management Accountant (Portfolio) - Large Practice - North Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 31/August/2018
Dublin North

A large Dublin practice has a great opportunity for someone looking to enjoy their career but also maintain long term work/life balance. The personThe candidate we are seeking will have practice experience gained within the last five years. The position will suit those seeking a long term engagement. The position- Portfolio manager• The work will involve the production of accounts for limited companies and limited audit work under supervision and will report directly to the partners.Candidates may be required from time to time to supervise a small number of trainee staff. Good people skills are of course essential when dealing with clients, colleagues and third parties. The following will be considered when reviewing applicants 1. Practice experience gained 2. Aptitude for IT3. Evidence of appetite for professional development 4. Experience in dealing with regulated clients5. Willingness and capacity to manage trainee staffThis 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.

Head of Finance - North Dublin - Not for Profit Organisation
Permanent
Updated 13/August/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client is a State related organisation seeking a Head of Finance to lead a team of 7 accountant / AP/AR/Payroll & admin. Reporting to the CEO you will be a core member of the Senior Management Team with Board level interaction.Excellent Annual Leave and immediate DB pension scheme on offer plus strong base salary. Key elements include :Strong leadership qualities Extensive experience producing & managing the production of monthly Accounts for 3 entities Board level communication skillsThis is a strategic hire for the organisation and the person will drive the business forward with the SMT therefore good energy and ambirion/drive are important. Required :  ACA / FCA with minimum 7 years post qualification experience in a proactive finance department with a minimum of five years management experience.  Proven people management skills and experience.  Ability to lead out on the finance function and work as a part of a team.  Working experience with financial operating systems. The Role : Manage and develop the finance function  Provide strong leadership on the finance agenda as a member of the Senior Management Team.  To support the CEO in the production of timely financial reports as required.  To prepare monthly Management Accounts to strict deadlines.  To prepare schedules and reports for monthly Senior Management and Board meetings.  To prepare cash flow forecasts for planning investments and strategic financial planning.  To prepare monthly external Management Reports with supporting cost containment plans when required.  To monitor on going variance analysis keeping tight controls on a breakeven result and liaise with departments for action when necessary.  To co-ordinate and prepare the annual budgets for approval at Board and to facilitate departments to deliver on their objectives.  To liaise with external Auditors and Board Audit Committee to finalise Audited Accounts.  To lead out on the Annual Report and Financial Statements publication.  To oversee pension matters including the administration of the DB pension scheme  To ensure ongoing tax compliance in all tax areas  To manage and supervise the accounts team of seven staff covering the area of Payroll, Procurement, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Asset Management and Banking.  To continuously improve and develop monitoring controls and procedures in line with best practise for state funded organisations and for Charities.  To ensure that procurement is compliant with the guidelines Please contact Dave Riordan dave.riordan@charteredaccountants.ie 01 6377251 for additional info. Alternatively please contact Karin Lanigan 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

Finance Transformation Accountant - D2 - Immediate Start 3 or 6 month contract
Contract
Updated 10/August/2018
Dublin City Centre

Exciting immediate Contract Accountant position in Dublin city centre with an international client working closely with a large finance team and big 4 advisors on a finance review / transformation project for either 3 or 6 months. Solid accounting fundamentals and transactional accountancy experience is key. Excellent reward & remuneration and a strong addition to your CV, your skillset and career path particularly if you are immediately available to start. Position Summary:Our clients' business is undertaking a Finance Transformation Project and requires the support of a Contract Accountant for the next 6 months.Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, the successful candidate will be a qualified accountant with technical, personal and business skills. This is a hands-on position that requires someone who can get to grips with the finance processes quickly.Duties and Responsibilities:• Perform GL reconciliation work• Prepare year end file for audits/tax returns • Prepare monthly management accounts• Prepare monthly forecast projections• Prepare monthly team earnings and cost projections • Review data entry, control accounts, reconciliations and processes by AR & AP staff• Review monthly payroll• Liaise with other departments regarding accounts mattersDesired Experience and Education:• circa 4/5+ years’ Accounts experience • Substantial month-end experience• Experience of improving processes in a finance team• Computer systems covered: MS Suite plus Accounts packages – (experience using Accounts IQ an advantage)• Strong attention to detail• Excellent communication skills• The ideal candidate will be results driven, self-motivated and resourceful • Experience working within a multicurrency environment would be an advantage• ACA qualifiedContact Dave Riordan on 01 637 7251 for more information on this role or email dave.riordan@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 Auditor - Leading Plc - Dublin based
Permanent
Updated 24/July/2018
Dublin South

A leading Plc has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join a dynamic audit team with global exposure while having a Dublin base.Key attributes of the successful candidate include:• Excellent financial and analytical skills• Professionalism, mobility, initiative, commitment and objectivity • Highly motivated and able to work proactively in a changing environment• Fluent English both verbal and written. Another European language desirable• Willingness to travel to our companies (estimate 40% PA)Relevant Experience • Qualified Chartered Accountant3-5 years’ experience in a large accounting firm or similar accounting/business experience • Experience in SOX, corporate governance, internal controls evaluation, compliance and substantive testing• Full clean driving license is essential• Successful candidates would be expected to remain with IA for approximately 2 years before transferring to/rejoining the business.The nature of the role is outlined below. Flexibility is required within the role, which includes some core elements but also periodic emphasis on change management , transformation or project management type activities. Areas in which the successful candidate would have significant involvement would include the following:  Individually or working as part of a team, plan and carry out multi scope reviews of operational and financial controls  Devise practical solutions, offer advice and guidance and co-ordinate the reporting of issues that arise during audits/reviews to promote improvements to risk management and internal processes Use audit software to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of audits Carry out special project work as required Liaise and build relationships with senior group and operating company management on issues and solutions Areas in which the successful candidate would have the opportunity to develop Develop their risk and control & governance experience Develop their knowledge of business operations throughout the group, divisions, cluster and operating company levels Linking the risk and control work to enterprise strategy Develop their negotiating, influencing, problem solving and analytical skills  Opportunity to transfer to other IA offices in Atlanta, Amsterdam or BirminghamMembers interested in this role should email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or 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

Forensic Accountants- Large Firm opportunity - 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

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

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

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

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

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