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Director of Wealth Management - Investment Management - London - Strong Salary + Bonus
Permanent
Updated 22/February/2018
United Kingdom

Director, Wealth Management (London based)Our client provides a comprehensive range of financial planning and investment management services for high net worth clients in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. The UK business was established 10 years ago and manages assets for a wide range of clients including private individuals and families, pension funds, trusts and charities.The role:Our client manages over £12bn of private client assets and currently ranks in the top 20 UK wealth managers based on assets under management In order to support their continued growth a new London-based position – Director, Wealth Management – is being created. Key responsibilities:Working with the team to develop and strategically target business referral sources, and to develop and update business plans and budgets;Focus on building and maintaining relationships with professional introducers;Assessing clients’ needs, identifying new business and advice opportunities through the assessment of requirements; and developing long-term client relationshipsPreparing sales presentations, tenders, and proposals;Development and execution of marketing led sales strategies that support the achievement of targets;Keeping abreast of industry trends and service/product developments;The Person:Relevant Professional qualification - ACAA demonstrable track record of results;Excellent verbal and written communication skills;Strong influencing; commercial negotiation and presentation skills;Experience in a professional services environment;A proven team player, with a ‘hands-on’ approach to achieving positive outcomes;Ability to deal effectively with conflicting requirements, and adapt and respond at short notice;A dynamic individual capable of self-motivated, innovative development.For further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Commercial Accountant - Food Sector - 1 Year FTC - Monaghan
Contract
Updated 22/February/2018
Northern Ireland

Commercial Accountant - 1 year contract - Monaghan Our Client who is a leading multinational company in the food sector is looking for a talented and ambitious ACA professional to join their Management Accounting Team. This role will provide excellent career opportunity to work within the international business environment. Working as part of a vibrant and enthusiastic Management Accounting Team you will develop and manage the preparation of group product costings, weekly group KPI reporting and quarterly group performance forecasting, with any ad hoc reporting as required.Key Responsibilities:Responsibility for supporting the European Commercial Team in the financial analysis of commercial performance, and in the preparation of financial information used for negotiations and decision-making, including pricingWork closely with the Commercial Team and the wider Finance Team to ensure that appropriate financial controls and procedures are in place to achieve maximisation of customer and overall net profitPerform adhoc tasks as directed by the Chief Commercial Officer/Head of Finance/Management & Project Accountant. Assist in preparation of annual sales budgetAnalysis and reporting on revenue and volume in Ireland/Uk/Holland and GermanyWeekly sales forecast reporting Uk/Irl/Holland and GermanyLiaise with Sales and Operations departments in providing management information requirements.Input and involvement into the strategy process and delivery of analysis to senior managementReview commercial proposalsPrepare financial and management information used for decision making purposesOngoing margin analysis, root cause of variances, identification and implementation of corrective actions to prevent repeat incidencesExperience and Qualifications:Qualified accountant with industry experience.Experience of working closely with the commercial function of a business supplying major retailersExperience of providing insight and recommendations on profit/margin improvement to commercial teamsFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Financial/Mgt Accountant - Entrepreneurial environment - 55k- Dublin
Permanent
Updated 21/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

This role is a great opportunity for an ambitious individual and will involve performing keyprimary accounting functions for parent and related companies. The business is growing year onyear and we need a hardworking individual who will be part of a growing team andwork closely with Senior Management and Directors. There is scope for promotion to controller for the right person.Responsibilities:• Managing the AP, AR and banking processes and staff• Filing bi-monthly VAT / PAYE and CRO returns• Preparation of monthly management accounts and reporting to senior management on monthly basis• Assisting with commercial cash flows, budgeting and forecasting• Preparation of monthly payroll• Managing intercompany accounts• Ensuring ongoing compliance with internal control policies and procedures • Assisting with legal and commercial documentation • Managing year-end audits• Engaging with external advisors, legal, tax, accountants, insurers etc.. • Engaging with customer/tenant queries • Managing ad hoc finance projectsThe Successful Candidate Must:• Be a qualified Chartered Accountant, Top 5 trained• Be enthusiastic, flexible and motivated with excellent organization, multitasking and communication skills• High standard of business professional writing is a must• Have good working knowledge of Microsoft office, Google Suite and accounting packages, experience in Quickbooks is an advantage.• Interested in tech startup scene is an advantage.If you are genuinely interested in business and a tech environment which offers great experience, please call Ciara on 01-6377 322 or email your CV in confidence to ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Newly qualified - Finance and Commercial Analyst roles - ESB - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 21/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

ESB has evolved into a dynamic, exciting organisation and in a challenging, ever-changing environment has its finger on the pulse of all things renewable and value driven. With operations in GB and an International Engineering Consultancy business (ESB International) it aims to meet customer energy needs by harnessing the best of people’s capabilities to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions for a low-carbon world.With that in mind successful candidates can look forward to huge range of opportunities including accounting, financial and commercial analysis across a range of activities and projects within the ESB Business Units.Key ResponsibilitiesIn joining one of our Finance teams, you will be part of a highly motivated and skilled team of commercial and finance analysts.The roles may include but are not limited to: • Co-ordination of the Forecast & Budget process• Performance reporting• CapEx, OPEX, Gross Margin and PBIT analysis and interpretation• Regulatory Performance reporting & Analysis• Monitoring performance against agreed KPI’s• Ensuring that any business process improvements required are deliveredOr Assessing investment decisions/business cases • Developing and delivering the long term financial model for annual business planning purposes• Providing financial support for commercial contract negotiations• Investment appraisalsQualifications• Qualified Chartered Accountant with excellent communication and interpersonal skills - these are real business partnering roles• Ability to comprehend complex business issues involving processes, people and systems.• A commercial mind set with effective analytical and interpersonal skills is absolutely critical• An ability to act independently• Strong technical knowledge & experience including excellent Excel skillsCareer progression opportunities:ESB operates a rotation system whereby you will gain exposure to all areas including networks, renewable, and innovation. With opportunities to get involved in challenging exciting projects so if you are looking to develop a career, with clear pathways to development and progression in a modern, dynamic organisation then this is a fantastic opportunity particularly in a sector where huge challenges, changes and new concepts abound. Get involved now!Register your interest immediately with Ciara Tallon on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or ring me in confidence on 016 377322

Recently qualified - Governance/Risk - Indigenous Irish Company - Great prospects
Permanent
Updated 21/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

One of Ireland's leading utilities is expanding due to increased demands in the area of Governance and Risk and is hiring a qualified Chartered Accountant.Key Responsibilities • Work with Risk & Governance Business Partner to agree, drive and monitor annual governance plan across the business• Support management in development and improvement of matrices and other governance tools and templates. • Complete risk assessments and fraud workshops as required. • Assist in preparation of the quarterly Internal Control sign-off, presentations and related meetings. • Assist in preparation of Risk Management program across the business. • Support governance reporting by Senior Management Team. • Governance briefings. • Co-ordinate the local audit programme • Liaise with auditors as required and monitoring implementation of audit recommendations on time. • Complete of audits and business reviews as required. • Develop and maintain close co-operation with stakeholders • Pro-actively seek to further enhance the Governance and ICF across the business. • Provide governance input to directorate and group wide projects as required. • Work closely with management and their teams to develop and improve their ICF. • Work with other governance staff to improve standardisation and process improvement for governance and risk processes. Knowledge & Skills • Relevant work experience in governance or financial control related role. • Relevant work experience liaising with business managers providing solutions. • Proven ability to work on own initiative and deliver results to strict deadlines. • Highest personal and professional integrity and strong work ethic. • Have a drive to embed and maintain high standards and best practice in Governance. • Interest in personal development relating to governance skill set. Qualifications • A qualified, experienced Chartered AccountantGovernance and risk are one of the fastest growing and in demand functions today - to carve a career in this area then this is a great opportunity for a strong candidate. Call Ciara today on 0163 77322.

Tax: It's not going away. Harness that certainty with this Cork based practice= fantastic training
Permanent
Updated 21/February/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 a career in a very rewarding discipline. 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 2 year training program for trainee consultants. Receive 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. Interested members should contact Ciara Tallon by email to ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Voluntary Board Opportunities
Permanent
Updated 21/February/2018

Eight New Regional Citizens Information Service and Money Advice and Budgeting Service Boards The Citizens Information Board (CIB), which funds all Citizens Information Services (CIS) and Money Advice and Budgeting Services (MABS), is currently in the process of establishing eight new Regional Citizens Information Service and Money Advice and Budgeting Service Boards.The new Regional Boards will replace the existing local CIS and MABS Boards. This restructuring process is at Board level only.CIB are now advertising for Board members for the new Regional CIS and MABS Boards. The initial Board recruitment is for the following 3 regions:• South Munster Citizens Information Service Cork, Kerry • South Munster Money Advice and Budgeting Service Cork, Kerry • North Leinster Citizens Information Service - Louth, Meath, Kildare, Westmeath, Longford• North Leinster Money Advice and Budgeting Service Louth, Meath, Kildare, Westmeath, Longford• Dublin South Citizens Information Service - Dublin City Council area south of the Liffey with Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown and South County Dublin Council areas.• Dublin South Money Advice and Budgeting Service - Dublin City Council area south of the Liffey with Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown and South County Dublin Council areas.Each region requires a full Regional Board to be established. Maximum Board membership for each region is 10 Directors, including the Chairperson.These are voluntary Regional Boards of Management and as a result no fees are paid to Regional Board members. Travel and subsistence expenses will be paid to members where applicable.For further information on how to apply for membership of one of the new CIS or MABS Regional Boards please see http://www.citizensinformationboard.ie/en/news/ or for further details email boardqueries@ciboard.ieApplications for MABS Boards can be forwarded to: MABSBoards@ciboard.ieApplications for CIS Boards can be forwarded to: CISBoards@ciboards.ie

Finance Manager - Food Sector - c.€70k - South Dublin
Permanent
Updated 21/February/2018
Dublin South

Finance Manager - Food Sector - c.€70k - South DublinEuropean Finance Manager for a leading health food chainThe Role:Refine and streamline financial analysis and reporting process Calculation and responsibility for payroll & tax calculationsManage Cash flow/treasury Oversight of all accounting functions Preparation of Annual budget Preparation of Quarterly forecastsMonitoring/negotiating of Rent/Rate/Service Charges and Utilities on a frequent basis to reduce costs. Refine and streamline internal control environment. Mange the updating of all Sarbanes Oxley systems documentation to full audit and compliance standards.Fixed Asset managementEnsure completion of the month-end accounting closing processesManage appropriate financial reporting for the business including all statutory, VAT tax and regulatory requirementsPeriodically review product performance with the brand manager and business units and manage any slow moving product or other issues.Key support for the management of EU wholesale, supply and logistics of products tocompany owned operations and International Franchise OperationsManage a team of 3 accountants.The Person:ACA 5+ years related experience 2+ years PQEFood Sector experience and advantageFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Management Accountant - Dynamci Banking environment - Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 19/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading international financial services organisation is seeking an experienced Chartered Accountant for a management accountant role within their organisation.The successful candidate will be responsible for the integrity and control of the general ledger (Oracle Financials) and reporting data and will be the subject matter expert for GL management. This includes oversight of the GL management process across the org, monitoring and review of 1st line GL reconciliations and providing support and guidance across the bank re. GL management. This is a great opportunity to gain exposure to the operations of this institution and work in a dynamic and exciting environment. Key Duties & Responsibilities:• Management and control of Oracle Financials General Ledger including user access, interface operations and chart of accounts.• Maintenance of GL related documentation (Accounting Schemes etc.)• Point of contact and subject matter expert within the org for GL management, ensuring compliance • Providing practical guidelines and on-going support for 1st line account managers• Monitoring of 1st line account management controls• Accountability for 2nd line account management controls• Documentation of GL management processes• Regular reporting on status of GL management to Finance senior management • Implementing improvements in the GL management process to ensure it is robust, controlled and efficient • Monitoring existing controls, and development of new controls, for data flows between transaction systems and general ledger to ensure data integrityKnowledge, Education & Experience:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Strong accounting skills• Audit experience or experience in a control function an advantage• Strong communication skills with an ability to deal with all levels in a confident and professional manner. • Must have a flexible and confident approach to working in a fast moving, exciting environment. For a confidential conversation about this role contact Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Financial Accountant - Unique FS environment- Flexible benefits- Dublin 2
Permanent
Updated 19/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

An International financial services organisation is seeking to recruit a recently qualified Chartered Accountant to join their team.This is an excellent opportunity to join an international organisation with a strong and growing footprint in Ireland. They pride themselves on the positive culture in their business where they invest in their people and provide a supportive and collaborative work environment.Working as part of a team of 14 people your role will be varied and challenging and will include the following responsibilities:• Responsible for a number of large clients to include accounting, reporting and analysis of results• Liaising with a portfolio of clients and service providers in relation to quarterly reporting• Contribution to preparation and reconciliation of quarterly IFRS accounts• Assistance in preparation of Group memos and Board reports• Completion of quarterly and annual Solvency II Returns• Contribution to investment, treasury and cash management processes• Financial reporting and related filings of a number of small Irish non-regulated Entities• Assistance in preparation of IFRS financial statements and related disclosures• Ensuring compliance with internal controls and procedures• Other duties as may be deemed suitable from time to timeThe Ideal Candidate• Recently qualified ACA with strong technical aptitude and min 1 - 2 years post qualification experience• Accounts preparation experience required• Insurance and Solvency II experience an advantage but not essential• Proven ability to adapt to change & learn new tasks & systems quickly• Quality focused and meets deadlines on time • Proven ability to work in a challenging & busy environment • Solution focused individual with strong analytical skills• Proven ability to take ownership of responsibilities• Effective self- starter with initiative• Excellent verbal and written skills• Strong team player and good emphasis on relationship building• SAP knowledge an advantageIf you are a bright, technically competent ACA with positive can do attitude then this role could provide a fantastic step on your career ladder. Call Ciara today to express interest on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Finance Manager - Tech(VC backed) - Dublin West - €60k -€70k Share Options + Bonus
Permanent
Updated 15/February/2018
Dublin West

Finance Manager - Tech(VC backed) - Dublin West - €60k -€70k Share Options + BonusOur Client is a high growth venture capital backed company Tech business. They expect this role will be attractive to a candidate that wants to take on increasing levels of responsibility to grow with the business and ultimately has ambitions to be promoted to CFO / Finance Director level.The Role:The successful candidate will be responsible for providing timely and effective financial information to the Management Team & wider business and proactively challenge the business on financial performance to drive improvements.An exciting opportunity has arisen within the business for a Finance Manager. The successful candidate will support the management team in providing timely and effective financial information to the Management Team & wider business and proactively challenge the business from a financial perspective to drive improvements and change within the businessKey deliverables include budgets & rolling forecasts, month end profitability reporting & variance analysis and KPI’s. You will coordinate financial reporting for the business, and help to identify key trends to support business planning & decision making. A key aspect of the role is the maintenance of robust financial controls with a focus on continuous improvement. The candidate will be responsible for presenting information to investors and VC’s as well as being involved in future funding requirements or potential company listing.The successful candidate should possess the following competencies:• Communication • Strong leadership skills combined with the ability to collaborate as part of a team.• Problem solving and decision making • Strong organisational skills and an ability to multi taskKnowledge, Education and Experience:• ACA 2+ Years PQE• Excellent MS Excel skills required• Commercial focus with experience of operational efficiencies• Software / Technology industry experience would be an advantageFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Career Coach and Recruitment Specialist
Permanent
Updated 14/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

The RoleThis role is with Chartered Accountants Ireland's Member Services department which provides professional development supports to members in areas such as CPD and training, specialist qualifications as well as providing a career coaching and recruitment service.The Career Coach and Recruitment Specialist will be providing a best in class and easily accessible recruitment and career coaching service; provide career coaching and career development support to members and play a key role in providing a professional recruitment service to members and client organisations.You will act as a key engagement point for members at all levels and provide impartial and confidential careers advice, coaching and recruitment support.The Expectations:By providing a professional career coaching and development service that fully integrates with the other elements of the Chartered Accountants Ireland professional development offering, the overall aim of this role is to facilitate the provision of additional career coaching supports to members as part of Chartered Accountants Ireland Strategy 2020.Overall responsibilities may vary from time to time, but will include:Raising awareness of the career coaching and recruitment service with members of Chartered Accountants Ireland in Ireland and overseas, to include appropriate communication, marketing and promotional activities Raising awareness of the recruitment service with companies who recruit Chartered Accountants across all industry sectors including practice, industry and financial services. This will include active engagement in proactive business development activities via phone, in person and on-line. These activities will focus on creating and developing long term brand enhancing client relationships.Providing a ‘full service’ recruitment resource for members of Chartered Accountants Ireland, including:Ensuring that the service provides members with a comprehensive range of job opportunities for which they can apply. Sourcing new clients and roles and actively promote the service to potential clients Reach out to members who are registered with the service and provide them with details of potential opportunitiesSupport members with the preparation of their curriculum vitae and on-line profileConduct mock interviews and provide interview coaching support Interview and assess members suitability for job opportunities and provide constructive feedbackProvide members with market information and insight into recent trends and developmentsProviding a comprehensive recruitment resource for employers, including:Liaison with employers in relation to job opportunities and potential candidatesGuiding employers in relation to conducting a professional recruitment process Drafting of relevant advertisements and social media marketing initiativesRelationship management and key account management – Acting as the main point of contactCoordination of, and support to interviews between employers and member candidatesMaking offers to candidates on behalf of clients and conducting reference checksProviding a best in class career coaching service to members of Chartered Accountants IrelandUsing recognized professional coaching methodologies and techniques to help members to identify, pursue and achieve career goals including career fulfillment, career transition and progression and to reach their full potential.Work with members to identify career and personal values, talents & transferable skills and areas for professional developmentWorking collaboratively with other Departments, and build long term relationships with key external stakeholders Providing career planning and development advice and support to members in collaboration with the Professional Development Team including attendance at conferring ceremonies and open eveningsThe CandidateEssentialThis role requires an individual who can establish proactive and trusting relationships with members and employers based upon credible experience and expertise. Candidates should have a third level qualification, a minimum of two years relevant recruitment experienceExcellent organisational, communication and influencing skills are essential to success in this role. A proven track record in initiating, developing and maintaining stakeholder relationships is key. The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate an ability to communicate and influence credibly and effectively at all levels including at c-suite level.Candidates should be committed to contributing fully to a team of professionals who operate at the very centre of development of the accountancy profession in IrelandThe position will interest those who enjoy a challenge and working in a busy and dynamic role. Ultimately, they should have the dynamism and enthusiasm to ensure that our vision for a value added career development and recruitment service for our members is fulfilled.DesirableA coaching qualificatgion and experience is highly desirableExperience in the educational, membership or professional services sector is highly preferablyPlease submit applications to hr@charteredaccountants.ieFor a confidential discussion in relation to the role please contact Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331.

Group Financial Reporting /Treasury Manager - Meath/North Dublin
Permanent
Updated 14/February/2018

This is an excellent opportunity to work in a business that is growing at a rapid rate, and consciously changing, they would like the Group Financial Reporting &Treasury Manager/Accountant to work with one of our main partners in the FMCG industry. The partner is one of the largest independent logistics company’s in Ireland. With facilities across Ireland and the UK, the company serves a multitude of customers who operate in the Fast-Moving Consumable Goods sector. They specialize in providing end to end logistics, supply chain solutions and sales & marketing solutions based on leading edge technology, innovative thinking and design, to deliver cost savings and competitive advantage to their customers. The turnover is in excess of €300 million and is in significant year on year growth.The role:Group Consolidations• Consolidation of Month End Management AccountsGroup Treasury Function• Analyse the daily cash and liquidity positions• Manage company's cash needs and produce weekly cashflow forecasts• Assist in compiling reports for the Board• Manage the company’s FX exposures• Organise financing for the local business units• Draft & review treasury policies• Bank covenant reportingAccounts Payable Management• Manage Accounts Payable Team ( Group AP Manager , 5 AP people) Working Capital Reporting• Weekly Reporting on Working Capital• Reviewing Working Capital Trends• WC Management – Stock Holding & Purchase ControlsAudit & Compliance• Coordinate Finance & Audit Teams• Lead the Audit Process• Revenue Returns• Internal controls and balance sheet auditing• Ad Hoc Duties as requiredThe Person:• Big 4 trained with 4+ years PQE, with a track record in Financial Reporting• Strong Financial Modelling Experience Required• Forward thinking individual with the ability to review and change processes• Advanced Excel skills are essential• Ability to effectively communicate up, across and down the organisation across multiple disciplines including operations and commercial teams as well as externally bodies• Analytical with a strong attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlinesThe role is offering a competitive salary and benefits package,If you are interested in this role please email your CV to john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie. For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity please call me on 01 637 7251.

Commercial/Management Accountant- North Dublin/Meath
Permanent
Updated 14/February/2018

One of our partners, the largest independent Irish provider of logistics, sales and marketing services to home-grown and international brands and retailers across the Irish and UK FMCG sector for 30 years. It is a privately-owned business with over 600 employees. The turnover is in excess of €300 million and is in significant year on year growth. The company pride themselves in their client relationships with brand owners and decision makers supplying product into the Multiple Grocery, Convenience, Foodservice sectors and Pharmacy trade. The company is seeking to recruit an experienced Management Accountant to join their commercial finance team. The role:• Reports to the Finance Manager and responsible for preparing month end accounts, P&L, Balance Sheet, Cash flow• FP&A – preparation and completion of monthly management accounts, monthly reporting pack with analysis of performance, highlighting any variances and trends• Monthly GL and accounts reconciliation, preparation and processing monthly journals•Preparation of all Balance Sheet Accounts – Month End Reporting• Intercompany Accounts• Variance Analysis (Sales, Cogs, OH) – Actual versus Budget• LTA Analysis & Money Bonus Analysis and review• Working Capital Management for Ledger• Assisting senior management with the budgeting and forecasting process• Proactively drive continuous improvement initiatives to deliver value (price, cost and process)• System Reviews and development• Actively communicate and collaborate with key stakeholders to track KPI targets and to provide variance analysisThe Person:Big 4 trained with 2+ years PQE, with a track record in a commercial management accounting positionIndustry Experience in FMCG, Logistics or distribution essentialStrong commercial acumen with experience of financial and sales analysisAdvanced Excel skills are essentialAbility to effectively communicate up, across and down the organisation across multiple disciplines including operations, field sales, promotional & marketing and commercial teams as well as externally with customers and principalsAnalytical with a strong attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlinesThe role is offering a competitive salary and benefits package,If you are interested in this role please email your CV to john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie. For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity please call me on 01 637 7251.

Internal Audit Consultant - Banking - €65k
Contract
Updated 8/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

Leading international financial services organisation is seeking an experienced Chartered Accountant for a dynamic Internal Audit role within their organisation.The Role.You will be joining a highly motivated dynamic team, to provide assurance on the control environment within the Bank. This role will involve gaining an understanding of all aspects of the Bank’s operations, identifying any control weaknesses within that operating environment and drafting practical business focused reports to assist the business to implement mitigating actions. Completing detailed planning of individual assignments, this will involve gaining an understanding of the control environment and the associated business risks of the area under review;Assessing the design effectiveness of the control environmentDeveloping detail test plans to assess the operating effectiveness of the control environment;Carrying out the detail tests of the control environment; Discussing with the management the outcomes of the testing; Drafting and presenting reports on the results of the tests; Assisting with other Internal Reviews and Special Investigations; andCollaborating with the team to continually improve both your and the team’s performance. The Person:Qualified accountant (ACA)Big 4 back ground advantageous 2/3 years audit experience in a similar environment;Excellent communication (written and oral) skills; Previous internal audit experience and an understanding of financial service products would be beneficial;Familiarity with CAATs and Data Analysis tools is advantageous;For a confidential chat call John Fagan at 01 6377251 or mail John.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Financial Controller - Public Service - 6 month contract - €65k
Contract
Updated 7/February/2018
Dublin City Centre

The role will manage the Finance Team to deliver in all aspects of the accounting cycle: transactional processing to management and statutory accounting, and play a key role in business decision support for this leading institution. Managing the agenda of Finance, Audit and Risk, the jobholder will also be responsible for the procurement function in the institution.Key Responsibilities:Provide timely and accurate financial and management reports, forecasts and information to the Director, management and the BoardManage the day to day operation of the finance department and the training and development of the staff to ensure the highest standards of quality.Prepare budget submissions, coordinating and preparing the annual budget and preparation of the annual financial statements and their submission for audit to the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General;Advise on accounting and procurement related issues and developments in line with best practice;Ensure compliance with all relevant public sector financial and corporate governance guidelines, circulars and other regulatory requirements;Provide advice and support to non-financial managers;Liaise with internal and external auditors and implementing audit recommendations;Ensure the adequacy of financial controls and financial probity throughout the institutionWork with external government departments and agencies in the implementation of the Financial Management Shared Services facility Qualifications & Experience:Essential RequirementsA professional accountancy qualification and be a member of a recognized accountancy body (ACA)At least 5 years’ experience of financial accounting and financial management in an organization of similar scale and complexity;Experience in the management of staff and working with non-financial staff;A confident self-starter, able to anticipate the financial information needs of the management team and with experience in statutory year-end accounting and budgeting as well as supporting business development activity;Sound judgement and decision making capability combined with the ability to communicate decisions clearly;Excellent communication & leadership skills;Desirable RequirementsKnowledge of Public Sector FinanceKnowledge and experience of leading and managing procurement processes, including appraisal and evaluation techniques, contract negotiation and award, and subsequent management through to implementationFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Finance Manager - Engineering - Growing Business - €65k
Permanent
Updated 7/February/2018
Dublin West

The Finance Manager is responsible for: accounts payable, accounts receivable, journal entries, payroll and reconciliations. The ideal candidate will have strong excel skills and interest in financial analysis. Other responsibilities will include producing monthly accounting reports, tax remittancesResponsibilities:Accounts payable: entering invoices, reconciling vendor statements, and processing regular funds transfers.Maintaining the general ledger accounts including capital assets, tax remittance and inventory.Preparation and filing of VAT returns.Ensuring the completeness and accuracy of the job costing reports.Responsible for the month end close process.Preparation of month and year end working paper to support the accounts.Processing corporate credit applications and maintenance of professional relationships with vendors.Responsibility for all payroll functions including: processing, managed service provider, reporting, and tax filings. This includes processing of staff expenses & ensuring expense claim forms are completed correctly.Issue ad hoc, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports as required.The Person:ACA 2-5 years’ experience PQEDemonstrated knowledge of job/project costing.Effective communication skills at all levels of the organization. Good mix of application experience such that the successful candidate can adapt quickly to the new environment.Knowledge of accepted accounting rules, practices, tax laws, payroll and reporting requirements.Able to work efficiently as a part of a team and independently.Able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.Good organisational, time management and prioritising skills.This is a role that offers a good mix of operational, commercial, financial and management duties, for a confidential chat call John Fagan at 01 6377251 or mail John.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Manager/ Senior Manager - Audit - Growing Practice - €60k -€85k
Permanent
Updated 5/February/2018
Dublin South

Growing and progressive practice is seeking to recruit an Audit Manager who can over time assume a senior role within the business.The Role:Taking ownership of a portfolio of audit clients with responsibility for managing the audit process from start to finish, to include:Job scheduling, budgeting and audit planning; monitoring firm KPIsDelegating to and reviewing work of junior staffPreparing accounts and audit file to partner review level; attendance at closing meetingsDelivering a high standard of service to clients throughoutManaging a team of qualified and part-qualified accountantsActing as a key contact for clients within the portfolioCompleting ad-hoc projectsEnsuring compliance with all legal, technical and ethical requirementsMentoring junior staff and contributing to on-going training Participating in new business initiatives – tenders, marketing etc.The Person:ACA qualified coming from the audit department of a small or medium firmConfident and articulate – comfortable both dealing with clients and managing junior staffGood technical knowledge of auditing and accounting standardsStrong accounting software package exposureMotivated and capable of working at a senior levelAdvantagesPotential for rapid advancement within the firmHigh levels of client interactionReporting directly to partnersWork-life balanceFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Finance Manager - Charity - -€65k - Dublin c.c.
Permanent
Updated 31/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

Finance ManagerThis is an opportunity to play a pivotal role in shaping the organisation’s financial management. As part of the management team, in a ‘hands on’ role you will be responsible for driving financial governance, statutory and management reporting, and leading business growth through financial and business analytics.The successful candidate will be a self-starter who works well on their own initiative, and at a stage in their career when they need a challenge. Our client promotes a healthy work-life balance and is an equal opportunities employer.Overall Purpose of the job:Responsible for the integrity and accuracy of financial reporting and financial information relied on in the decision making process by the CEO, Management and Board, ensuring it is produced in accordance with best practice. The ongoing development, promotion and delivery of Finance Support Services (e.g. Management Accounts, Payroll, Audit preparation) for the company. The reporting of monthly, quarterly and / or annual activities to management and statutory bodies and funders, in line with contractual requirements.As the Finance Manager you will:Be responsible for the planning and management of the finance role, ensuring that the financial information needs are identified and met, including providing up to date, relevant and accurate financial information and reports to the CEO, the Board, Finance Committee and management team, and to funders.Prepare the annual statutory Audit from planning meeting to presentation and sign off of Annual Financial Statements by the Board of Directors. Be familiar and have knowledge of SORP for Charities. Ensure the delivery of identified service objectives and continuous improvement of service targetsPlay a key role in internal stakeholder management and influencing.Liaise with the CEO in respect of, and identify and act on emerging governance / compliance issues, including the Charities Regulatory Authority, Governance Code, and Accounting StandardsFor further details in relation to this role please contact John Fagan on 01 637 7251or to apply for this role please email John.Fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Fluent Japanese? Leading Software Business - Accounting role
Contract
Updated 26/January/2018
Dublin West

A leading International Software business is seeking a qualified member to join its team as a senior Compliance Accountant, you will be challenged with providing continual improvement in controls and processes, rolling out automation, while ensuring highest standards in assurance, and will be responsible for monthly local statutory accounting (including audit) and other statutory compliance reporting and filing as well as US GAAP accounting.RESPONSIBILITES: • Execute timely and accurate US GAAP general ledger accounting close, including journal preparation, processing and accounts validation; • Review of journals and reconciliations produced by general ledger transactional team; • Prepare Balance Sheet reconciliations, review Fixed Asset Accounting; • Provide analysis of movements in accounts between periods; • Prepare local VAT/GST/JCT and other statutory and tax returns for timely filing; • Review and streamline processes and identify areas for potential improvement; • Monitor Internal Controls and ensure compliance with corporate policies and local statutory legislation; • Prepare annual Statutory Accounts and manage related audits; • Assist the corporate tax team on local tax related matters; • Integrate companies acquired by the group; • Participate and support the Corporate Accounting team in projects as required. QUALIFICATIONS: • Qualified Chartered Accountant • 5+ years’ experience preferably in Shared Services Structure (but not essential)• Fluent in written and spoken Japanese and English • Additional Language an advantage (Chinese (Hong Kong) or Korean) • Excellent problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills required • Commitment to process improvement and best practices implementation • Ability to work in an environment where compliance with processes and procedures is paramount. • Customer focused – ability to take responsibility to follow through on issues • Detail oriented, efficient and organized, with ability to work to strict deadlines • SAP or other ERP knowledgeFor a confidential discussion about this role call Ciara on 016377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Financial Accountant - Get Big 4 on your CV! Dublin
Permanent
Updated 25/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

This is an ideal opportunity to gain great experience within the Finance Department of Big 4 firm, if Big 4 is something you are missing from your resume then this could be the ideal move for you.We want to recruit a bright, high-performing and ambitious person who will help to prepare our monthly management accounts.Responsibilities will include:• Work with the Finance Manager and the Financial Reporting Team Leader to prepare complete, accurate and timely management accounts;• Ensure full-compliance with requirements under IFRS• Review of monthly reconciliations and other control checks• Preparation of corporate entity audit files under FRS 102• Co-ordination of all statutory audits and liaising with external auditors during the course of the audit• Meet scheduled deadlines for completion of work, presentation of reports, and all other time sensitive responsibilities• Delivery of high quality output (complete, accurate and validated)• Extracting data from multiple systems for consolidation into the central accounting system• Preparation and posting of monthly journals (high volume and complex)• Timely resolution of identified issuesAttributes• Practice trained or industry trained with 2+ years of accounts preparation experience• 2+ years post qualification experience• Detailed understanding of IFRS and FRS 102• Double-entry accounting knowledge and experience• Responsible, detail oriented and quality focused• Self-starter, with problem solving abilities and able to act on own initiative• Strong organisational, project management, communication and interpersonal skills• Experience of undertaking reviews• Demonstrated ability to work to strict reporting deadlines, while managing multiple priorities• Good working knowledge of MS Excel• Experience with Sage and Practice Engine would be advantageous, but not essentialTo join a progressive and growing team which values change and innovation and will provide good career progression opportunities for high-performing individuals contact Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Management Accountant - Entertainment/Events Sector - Contract position
Contract
Updated 25/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

An exciting opportunity has become available in the entertainment industry for someone keen to gain exposure in a fast paced - multi-faceted role. Why would this role interest you?1 Reporting to the Group Accountant, the Management Accountant is an all encompassing role2 Act as business partner to the various teams within the business - gain full commercial understanding3 Get SME experience from within the security of a large multinationalThe role will involve but is not limited to:• Preparation of monthly management accounts within tight deadlines• Monthly balance sheet reconciliations – preparation & review• Intercompany Accounting – recharges, invoice generation, reconciliation etc.• Preparation and posting of month end general journals and accruals• Review general journals posted by Accounts Assistant• Maintenance of fixed asset register• Fortnightly Payroll - Maintain Employee database, register joiners and leavers on ROS, issue of P45’s etc.- Calculate fortnightly holiday pay- Review fortnightly payroll reports processed by Accounts Assistant• Supervise and provide support to AP and AR function (Invoice coding and review, AR collections reporting)• Preparation of detailed monthly Management Information Pack for review by Senior Management• Detailed analytical review of results and investigation of variances• Business analysis and reporting to assist business performance• Provide ad hoc support to operations staff and accounts assistants• Submission of VAT and PAYE/PRSI returns via ROS• Forecasting – Preparation of monthly forecasts• Budgeting - Assist in preparation of annual budget and roll out of budget to business managers• Assist with annual statutory audit and preparation of Statutory AccountsThe successful candidate will have:- Experience in a busy financial environment- Experience working to tight month end deadlines- Strong analytical skills are essential- Good background in accounts preparation and analysis- Excellent Excel Skills (a pre-requisite)- Needs initiative and self-motivation- Essential to have hands-on approach and be willing to deal with any task- Previous experience with Oracle accounting package a help but not essential- Exposure to internal control / SOX environment also an advantageThis is a different and exciting role and one that would offer a unique work environment. For a confidential conversation about this role please call Ciara on 01-6377 322 or email ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Financial Services - Internal Audit opportunity - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 23/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading Irish player in financial services currently has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant.You will join a dynamic environment and team responsible for the completion of financial and accounting, as other operational, compliance, risk and governance audits throughout the business. Responsibilities include:• Research audit areas, scope assignments, carry our fieldwork, attend exit meeting and issue final audit reports.• Record the specific audit steps undertaken in an electronic work paper• Work alongside professional advisors in various Irish locations• Review and challenge remedial actions taken by the business• Stay up to date with financial and regulatory developments • Promote a strong internal control and risk management culture• Provide risk and controls-based advice to all areas of the businessYou will be:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Have audit experience and familiarity with risk based auditing• Previous Financial Services experience• Excellent analytical and numerical skills• Well-developed computer literacy skills with knowledge of CAAT’s As we always highlight - Internal Audit is a fantastic way to gain exposure to a particular sector/company/skills set and for those of you shrewd enough to play the long game this is a clever career path to follow - for the short or long term.Call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for further information and the full spec.

Newly qualified - Financial reporting opportunity - 55k - Professional Services
Permanent
Updated 22/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading professional services firm based in Dublin City has an opportunity for a newly qualified accountant with experience in financial services and/or aircraft leasing to join their rapidly expanding accounting team in Dublin. Key Responsibilities:The successful candidate will be part of a busy, client facing, professionally qualified team working under the direction of the Head of Accounting and Managing Director. Their main responsibilities will include:• Preparation of the trial balance and financial statements for a varied portfolio of Irish incorporated securitisation SPVs, aircraft leasing SPVs and CLO SPVs. • Accounting for lease rentals, lease payments, interest calculations, maintenance reserves and expenses. • Beginning to end responsibility for the preparation of annual financial statements under IFRS or local GAAP• Frequent set up of new clients through researching and understanding the transaction, designing the general ledger, assessing the applicable accounting treatment, booking the opening accounting entries and drafting the initial financial statements.• Liaising directly with the auditors, the legal advisors, the client and the SPV Directors • Completion of routine monthly and quarterly management accounts for a portfolio of SPVs.• Liaising with the tax advisors and others in relation to VAT and corporation tax compliance. Completion of VAT and CT returns and preparation of iXBRL tagged financial statements• Preparation and filing of quarterly regulatory returns to Central Bank of Ireland on a timely basis.• Prepare and submit FATCA, EMIR and CRS returns.• In time, train and mentor less experienced members of the team on elements of the above workload.• Ensure compliance with internal policies and procedures, while actively contributing to process improvements within the accounting team and to a positive office environment. Skills & Competences:• Newly qualified Chartered Accountant. • The candidate must have a minimum of 3+ years’ experience in a relevant auditing/accounting role with a Top 10 accounting firm, or in an aviation leasing or financial services company.• Strong technical accounting knowledge is essential.• Experience at either performing an audit or preparing for and answering audit queries is essential.• Experience in a financial reporting role would be a significant advantage.• Proficiency in using MS Office suite of applications with Excel skills is essential.• The successful candidate should have a desire to work in a fast paced, client facing environment where delivery of a professional service to both clients and other counterparties is of key importance.• The successful candidate will be able to think on their feet, show attention to detail and resourcefulness, and have strong communication and organisational skills. An enthusiastic attitude and a willingness to learn will contribute to the success of the candidate.For a confidential chat about this please call Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Corporate Finance Manager/Senior Manager - Leading Investment Bank - Dublin c.c.
Permanent
Updated 17/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

Corporate Finance Manager/Senior Manager - Leading Investment Firm - Dublin c.c.An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual to join our clients Corporate Finance team. Our Client is one of the leading Irish M&A advisors, originating and advising on a wide range of transactions. The Role: • Provide first class support to the Corporate Finance Directors and the wider team. • Advise on mergers, acquisitions, disposals, MBOs, public and private fundraisings and the provision of strategic advice.• Deal execution – co-ordinating other advisors and conducting financial analysis as appropriate.• Involvement in marketing initiatives and pitching for new business.• Demonstrate their ability to fulfil the team’s promise of delivering a relationship based high service experience. The ideal candidate will have: • High calibre candidate with 3-5 years relevant Corporate Finance experience.• ACA qualified• Exceptional analytical and problem solving abilities with an understanding of financial analysis and a cognisance of risk. • Strong computer skills, Excel modeling and PowerPoint presentations in particular.• Commercial individual with high energy levels.• Sound judgement and decision making ability.• Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills with the ability to build relationships.For a confidential discussion about this role please call John on 01-6377251 or mail john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Head of Finance - Property - Initial Contract- Dublin City Centre -€80K -€90K
Contract
Updated 17/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

Head of Finance - Property - Dublin City Centre - €80 - €90kOur client is one of Ireland’s most ambitious providers of customer-focused housing and support services. They provide high quality modern homes for elderly people, families, mature singles and people with complex needs across the Republic of Ireland.They have built a strong business with a social purpose and are a leading provider of quality customer focused housing and support services. The organisation currently has c.1000 housing units under its management and has ambitions to double this figure over the next 3 years. Our client is seeking to strengthen its management team with the appointment of a Head of Finance to play a strategic financial leadership role, ensuring high quality financial management; risk management; compliance with stakeholder requirements and helping drive innovation and change as part of the Management Team. The Head of Finance will be responsible for contributing to and leading the financial strategy, as well as assisting the CEO with strategy formulation and implementation. The Head of Finance will lead the business, working closely with the CEO and Group Director of Finance and Resources to provide commercial support that will improve performance and further establish the business as a market leader in providing social and affordable housing. Key Responsibilities include:Oversight of the services in the finance area (finance planning and control, internal and external finance reporting, as well as finance management services). Develop appropriate financial strategies to implement the Board’s decisions, including investment of funds, borrowing requirements and the financing of development plans.Develop and implement a financial management strategy and plan based on a comprehensive budget and stress-tested financial forecasts.Ensure that there is an effective Treasury Management Strategy and banking arrangements in place.Prepare financial reports and financial forecasts for the Board and Committees.Ensure compliance with legislation, regulatory codes and recommendations of internal and external auditors. Oversee and manage performance against budget in conjunction with the CEO and ensure sufficient analysis of variances by cost centre.Experience Required:Qualified ACA Accountant with a minimum of five years’ post qualification experience 5+ years of relevant industry experience Comprehensive experience of computerised financial management systems.An understanding and knowledge of the domestic housing market in Ireland.Clear evidence of delivering improved performance in a finance department.Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to think and communicate creatively, thoughtfully, and on your feet with diverse groups, spanning all organizational levelsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsIf you are interested in an organisation where you will be challenged and offered opportunities to develop then this is for you, contact John 01-6377 251 or john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie to have a discreet discussion about this.

Qualified Accountant - Liquidation/forensic firm - Excellent benefits
Permanent
Updated 16/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

A qualified Chartered Accountant is sought for a small but very busy Insolvency and Tax boutique practice based in Dublin.The primary duties of the role will revolve around a diverse mix of Creditor/Member Liquidations along with tax geared restructuring and other ad hoc projects.Key responsibilities will include: • On a day to day level working on a selection of restructuring/ forensics/ Insolvency assignments • Carrying out financial due diligence and appropriate investigative work in insolvent liquidations• Reconstructing financial statements of companies• Preparing reports for Court in areas such as loss of earnings/ contract values/ company valuations• Preparing other ad hoc reports for Court, Solicitors Counsel, and other experts engaged• Liaising and managing the relationships of stakeholders in restructuring assignments• Providing litigation support services to office holders involved in litigation proceedings at a significant level• Taking responsibility for asset realisationsThe Person:• Experienced in handling forensic/insolvency assignments• Qualified Chartered Accountant (Tax qualified would be an advantage)• Experience in a professional firm environment• Strong analytical and investigative skills• Strong report and letter writing skills• Commercially intelligentThe job spec can't describe the fantastic opportunity that this would bring to the successful candidate, for a confidential discussion or enquiry please contact Ciara Tallon on 01-6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Business Analyst (Risk) - Banking - Dublin City - Immediate Start
Contract
Updated 12/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client a leading retail bank has an opportunity for a Chartered Accountant to take on a risk analyst role within their Risk Assurance and Oversight team for an initial fixed term 2 year contract. This covers the full change management process from assisting in the identification and specification of Credit Risk data requirements through test case construction to testing and issue resolution. The successful candidate will:• Act as business analyst, representing interests from a change management perspective and ensuring Credit Risk data requirements are delivered in line with expectations;• Assist in the co-ordination of business requirements;• In co-operation with subject matter experts, prepare and specify Business Requirements Documents and review and fine-tune Functional Specification Documents• Compile change readiness and release sign-off criteria;• Be responsible for business UAT testing, including testing on all testing environments. Compare and contrast to existing/expected report outputs to ensure accuracy and completeness of new data;• Prepare sample test case/files to ensure comprehensive coverage of potential scenarios;• Manage reporting issues – notification, tracking and follow-up of reporting issues via tracking tools to ensure timely recognition and resolution;• Liaise closely with the data advisor to help define data requirements and follow-up of data issues;• Cooperate proactively with the project teams, IT and the change team with regard to planning, testing schedules, issue identification and prioritisation etc.;• Attend and provide input to weekly checkpoint meetings with the project teamsExperience:• Approx 2 years’ experience in the Financial Services Sector; • Experience in data management, Credit Risk or business analysis, preferably in a change related role.Skills and Abilities:• Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills;• Strong written and verbal communication skills;• Ability to quickly assimilate new information;• Self-starter with organisational skills and strong drive;• Business / IT architecture skills are an advantage;• Credit or other risk management experience is an advantage;• Business and process analysis knowledge preferable, particularly on data flow management;• Capable of understanding both the detailed data requirements whilst being able to see the big picture;• Excellent time management and prioritisation skills;• Strong understanding of Microsoft Office suite.For a confidential enquiry about this role call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Experienced accountants - Senior positions - ESB - Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 12/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

ESB has evolved into a dynamic, exciting organisation and in a challenging, ever-changing environment has its finger on the pulse of all things renewable and value driven. With operations in GB and an International Engineering Consultancy business (ESB International) it aims to meet customer energy needs by harnessing the best of people’s capabilities to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions for a low-carbon world.To meet the increasing demand for their services, they are now looking to recruit energetic and enthusiastic finance professionals who are looking to further develop their career in an exciting and fast-paced environment. With that in mind successful candidates can look forward to huge range of opportunities including accounting, financial and commercial analysis across a range of activities and projects within the ESB Business Units.The roles available at this level include:(A) Finance Business Partner• Co-ordination of all aspects of business financial reporting including quarterly forecasting and half and full year reporting • Leading the Electric Ireland annual budgeting process on behalf of the Financial Controller• Working closely with the other finance business partners to improve financial performance • Financial Business Partner to the Customer Operations, Sales and Service teams • Guiding bad debt policy and driving performance improvements in bad debt performance• Liaising with stakeholders including external auditors in relation to statutory financial reporting• Support maintenance of a robust governance control framework• Manage, lead and develop financial analyst(s)(B) Financial Performance Manager• Manage Management Reporting, Budgeting and Forecasting process within ESB International• Develop and present on Key Performance Metrics • Provide financial support and guidance to Business Managers across the business.• Manage and develop financial performance team members• Develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders including • Drive continuous improvement in financial processes and systems• Management of statutory audit process and engagement with external auditors• Other Ad hoc duties as required by Financial Controller, ESB International.(C) Senior Financial Performance Analyst• Development and agreement of appropriate targets, key performance indicators and reports • Driving of financial performance improvements and process efficiencies• Reviewing and challenging plans for target setting and budgets submitted by locations • Managing the preparation, agreement and presentation of financial planning, quarterly forecasting and annual budget and business planning processes• Working with Operations on all aspects of financial reporting, planning and coordination of governance• Working with business managers to develop plans and strategies for improving performance• Manage, lead, motivate and develop the Financial Performance and Governance team Career progression opportunity:With at least five years’ experience under your belt, these careers provide fantastic opportunities to get involved in challenging exciting projects, particularly in a sector where huge challenges, changes and new concepts abound. Get involved now!Register your interest immediately with John Fagan john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie or ring me in confidence on 016 377251

Business Partner opportunities - ESB - Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 12/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

We are delighted to partner with ESB to assist them in hiring qualified Chartered Accountants to join their expanding finance function.ESB has evolved into a dynamic, exciting organisation and in a challenging, ever-changing environment has its finger on the pulse of all things renewable and value driven. With operations in GB and an International Engineering Consultancy business (ESB International) it aims to meet customer energy needs by harnessing the best of people’s capabilities to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions for a low-carbon world.With that in mind successful candidates can look forward to huge range of opportunities including accounting, financial and commercial analysis across a range of activities and projects within the ESB Business Units.Key ResponsibilitiesIn joining one of our Finance teams, you will be part of a highly motivated and skilled team of commercial analysts.Each role will include but is not limited to:• Assessing investment decisions/business cases • Developing and delivering the long term financial model for annual business planning purposes• Providing financial support for commercial contract negotiations• Investment appraisalsQualificationsQualified Chartered Accountants with excellent communication and interpersonal skills - these are business partnering roles.Essential Knowledge & Skills• Ability to comprehend complex business issues involving processes, people and systems.• A commercial mind set with effective analytical and interpersonal skills is absolutely critical• An ability to act independently• Strong technical knowledge & experience including excellent Excel skills.Career progression opportunities:ESB operates a rotation system whereby you will gain exposure to all areas including networks, renewable, and innovation. With opportunities to get involved in challenging exciting projects, if you are looking to develop a career, with clear pathways to development and progression in a modern, dynamic organisation then this is a fantastic opportunity particularly in a sector where huge challenges, changes and new concepts abound. Get involved now!Register your interest immediately with Ciara Tallon on ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie or ring me in confidence on 016 377322

Tax Senior/Manager - Cork City practice
Permanent
Updated 9/January/2018
Cork.

An opportunity has arisen with a Cork based medium sized accounts practice for someone with a passion for tax!As an ambitious, dynamic tax professional, your duties will include amongst others:Manage tax compliance requirements of the firmAssist and lead tax planning and research issuesWork directly with staff, individual and corporate clients and where necessary with external tax consultantsThe successful candidate will be:A qualified Chartered Accountant with some experience in a tax environment. Ideally you will have:Good knowledge of income tax/corporation tax/capital gains tax (some knowledge of VAT/inheritance tax would be useful)With an attractive remuneration package on offer to the right candidate this may appeal to someone looking to move up a level or indeed move home to Cork.For a confidential conversation on this please talk to Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Move to the next level in practice - Accounting Manager - Diverse Practice
Permanent
Updated 9/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

A leading firm of Chartered Accountants and Advisors has an opportunity for an energetic and ambitious Chartered Accountant to manage a team of qualified accountants and part-qualified accountants providing accounting, taxation and audit services. The Firm Bringing together a mix of ‘Big 4’ and smaller firm experience to provide a valued service to clients, in technology companies as well as a wide range of companies and individuals operating in the entertainment, retail and service sectors, there is an appealing mix of international and domestic businesses throughout. The RoleThe partners are keen to recruit an experienced Accountant to join their firm. The role will involve working closely with the partners of the firm and managing a team of qualified and part-qualified Accountants. Responsibilities will include:• Leading and directing all aspects of accounting and tax services delivered• Staff resource planning and allocation of workflow• Assisting with the recruitment of new team members as required• Ensuring that all set deadlines are met• Keeping the firm up to date with current accounting & tax changes• Providing updates and training to accounting staff• Promoting and instigating improvements in internal procedures within the firm• Assisting partners with budget and billing processes• Taking an active part in business development and client proposal delivery• Assisting partners with ad-hoc consulting engagementsThe Candidate• Chartered Accountant • At least 2 years Post Qualification Experience• Experience managing a team of qualified Accountants.• Possess strong technical knowledge of accounting and tax principals• Excellent teamwork, interpersonal and communication skills• Organised, methodical and has a keen eye for detail• Ability to continuously review internal procedures and provide efficient ways to improve processesKnowledge of the following software would be ideal but not required:• Relate Accounts Production• NetSuite/Accounts IQ/Xero/Sage Line 50• TaxPro – CT & PTIf 2018 heralds expanding your skills set and moving outside of your comfort zone then this could be the right move for you. Chat to Ciara or John today on 01 6377 251 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for further information.

Multi-site Finance Professional - Varied Professional Services clients - Dublin
Permanent
Updated 9/January/2018
Dublin City Centre

Our client an Interim finance manager has a number of projects in Dublin City and South that would benefit from a finance manager on a part-time basis.The roles would involve but are not limited to:Bookkeeping – writing up books and recordsPreparation of monthly / quarter end accounts)Management accountsDebtor and collectionsThese would be on the basis of 2 days a month for one and 5 days a month for another. The person required for such would have:Strong accounting, reporting and control environment skillsExcellent PC skills including Office, Integrated accountsFlexible, mobile, adaptableGood manner with clients For a chat about these opportunities or to be considered for future part-time roles please call Ciara Tallon on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Finance Manager - PLC - North Dublin - €70k - €85k
Permanent
Updated 3/January/2018
Dublin North

An exciting Irish company based in Dublin North is hiring a Finance Manager to join an established team.The successful candidate will work as part of the Finance team with responsibility for:•Daily operational management of our network of third party catering companies.•Preparation of the monthly management accounts.•Lead the preparation of the annual budgets and forecasts.•Management of back office IT operations.•Management of inhouse cash processing facilities.•Manage commercial relationships with key suppliers.•Lead and performance manage the finance team.•Systems, management reporting & adhoc projects.Requirements•Qualified Chartered Accountant, with minimum 2 to 3 years post qualification experience in practice or a large corporate environment. •Excellent analytical skills are essential. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a high degree of initiative, strong commercial acumen and excellent communications skills. This is a role that offers a good mix of operational, commercial, financial and management duties, for a confidential chat call John Fagan at 01 6377251 or mail John.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Audit Senior vacancies - Nationwide - Immediate start
Permanent
Updated 11/December/2017
Dublin City Centre

We have a large variety of practice roles for members based throughout Ireland including:GalwayDublin city and countyCorkWaterfordBelfastLongfordAthloneFrom small to medium sized, with a focus on tax, audit and accounts prep, if you are looking for that next move talk to us here at the Career Development and Recruitment Team to discuss these roles and more.Contact us via careers@charteredaccountants.ie or 01-6377322

Experienced Manager - Portfolio Management - High net worth individuals
Permanent
Updated 7/December/2017
Dublin South

Have you enjoyed practice but now keen to develop that further? Our client is in the advisory sector providing core services including the establishment and administration of companies, trusts and other structures. They work on behalf of clients who wish to arrange the creation, management and distribution of wealth in an optimum manner and now have a vacancy for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join their Client Accounting team. Why would this role interest you?Manage your own portfolio of high net worth individualsHigh levels of autonomy with this role - complete ownership of portfolioIncrease your technical and client relationship skills setResponsibilities: • Preparation of management accounts and statutory accounts for client companies. • Assist with planning the accounting compliance timetables. • Correspond with clients in respect of accounting matters. • Participate at Board Meetings to present financial accounts.• Liaise with auditors and external service providers.• Other duties as assigned.Requirements:• Qualified Chartered Accountant• Experience gained in public practice • Audit experience an advantage, not a requirement• Knowledge and experience of Corporate Financial Reporting• Excellent analytical and reporting skills • Self motivated• Good verbal and written communication skills• Computer “literacy“For a confidential discussion on this call Ciara on 01 6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Risk Advisor - Leading Dublin based practice
Permanent
Updated 7/December/2017
Dublin City Centre

A leading firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors has a vacancy for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join their Dublin based team.The role will include (but is not limited to):• Deliver internal audit projects and reviews that meet deadlines and quality objectives.• Build and maintain relationships with clients.• Interact with all levels of management.• Perform controls testing.• Complete testing working papers and audit files.• Prepare high standard reports for review by the Director/Partner• Work as a key part of the team, having the ability to manage junior staff members and review their work.• Continuously build key technical and professional skills.• Liaise with other departments to ensure advice and projects are successfully completedThe successful candidate:• Qualified Chartered Accountant • Strong experience of internal control and internal audit, in both financial and operational processes. Experience in carrying out IT audits is desirable, but not essential• Excellent communication and report writing skills• Ability to work in a team environment• Ability to multi task and work in a fast paced environment• Strong attention to detail and organisational skillsFor a confidential discussion call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Banking Risk Specialist - Dublin C.C. - €65K -€70K
Permanent
Updated 30/November/2017
Dublin City Centre

Banking Risk Specialist - Dublin C.C. - €65K -€70KLeading international financial services organisation is seeking an experienced Chartered Accountant for a dynamic and commercial role within their organisation.The Role:The successful candidate will join the Enterprise Risk Management team. The Enterprise Risk Management team co-ordinates the management of the Integrated Risk Framework.The Enterprise Risk Specialist will support the management of an Integrated Risk Framework within the bank including the Pillar 3 Disclosure process, ICAAP process and the Records Management function.Key Duties & Responsibilities:Manage the Pillar 3 disclosure process, including liaising with the relevant departments, proactively monitoring the regulations that will affect the disclosure requirements and ensuring adequate review and approval governance over the process and disclosures.Assist in the preparation of the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP), including liaising with the relevant departments, proactively monitoring the regulations that will affect requirements and ensuring adequate review and approval governance over the process.Co-ordinate the review of policies / procedures to ensure they are updated and approved at the appropriate Management level. Where new legislative requirements have been established, co-ordinate the implementation of these into the relevant procedures and processes. Assess the impact of new legislation and then initiation of a process to make any required changes to processes, procedures and documentation.Manage the Enterprise Risk and Regulatory department advices with the Bank’s New and Active Products Process (NAPP).Co-ordinate the risk training curriculum.Assist in the production of monthly and quarterly Risk Committee papers; including Board Risk Committee.Assist in the annual Group Recovery Planning process.Manage the Corporate Documentation framework.Person Specification:• ACA 5+ years of relevant risk /compliance / audit / regulatory experience.• In-depth knowledge of banking process and regulatory environment.• Strong MS Office skills.• Strong understanding of key regulatory requirements and their impact on documentation, Pillar 3 disclosures and the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP). • Accountancy or equivalent business qualification would be an advantage.• Risk experience within the financial services sector would be an advantage.Interested members should contact John Fagan by email on john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie

Manager - Advisory Services Large Firm - Dublin City
Permanent
Updated 29/November/2017
Dublin City Centre

Our client a leading figure in practice has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant to join at management/executive level.Within the advisory team you will work with all levels of Government, leveraging sector insights and delivering tangible, measurable business benefits. You will advise on all aspects of the development, structuring and financing of infrastructure and real estate projects. As Manager you will support the Director and Partners in building business for the firm, managing assignments won and developing and managing teams.Job Summary: You will join a team of experienced professionals who bring to clients excellence in the planning, procurement and delivery of infrastructure. You will advise both public and private sector organisations that require support in developing and managing large scale infrastructure projects across a range of sectors. You will also advise on the long-term operation of assets and the creation of high performing organisations.Key Responsibilities: •Lead and manage a challenging and varied client portfolio, both public and private side•Develop your own career. With sustained levels of growth in our practice, you will have an excellent opportunity to progress, specialise and travel•Develop and maintain business relationships and market profile with a view to winning business for the Firm•Develop and maintain new products and service offerings•Lead both internal and external projects•Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team •Benefit from an excellent remuneration and benefits packageTo qualify, candidates must have: • Qualified Chartered Accountant•Direct and relevant infrastructure experience having worked at in a similar infrastructure advisory practice or in banking, Government, economics, construction, funds management or industry.•You must have strong leadership skills, excellent delegation skills and proven ability to manage and develop junior members of the team is required.•You will have excellent business development and relationship management skills•Excellent organisational and planning capabilities.•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.For an extensive job spec please call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Investment Analyst - Recently Qualified ACA - Dublin City Centre - €55k
Permanent
Updated 28/November/2017
Dublin City Centre

Investment Analyst - Recently Qualified ACA - Dublin City Centre - €55KAre you recently finished a Big 4/Top 10 training contract?Have you a very strong academic rating in both your accounting and college exams?Are you looking to grow your career in a leading Investment firm?If yes! Drop me an email to john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie with your CV and we can arrange a call.

Tax Specialist - Large Dublin firm - Exceptional exposure!
Permanent
Updated 25/October/2017
Dublin South

A large firm based in South Dublin has an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Accountant with focus on tax, to join its tax team for a challenging role.We are a leading and high growth firm of accountants and advisors playing a key role in bringing international trade to Ireland and advising Ireland’s financial services industry.Our niche market focus:We are chartered accountants and tax advisors with a niche focus on three main markets: Financial Services, International Business and Government. We create business and compliance solutions to make trade happen.Our Tax Team:We are specialists in the provision of tax solutions to the banking, structured finance, aviation financing and leasing, insurance, and asset management sectors and would like to speak to candidates with experience in any of these sectors.You will support the Firm’s financial services Partners in building business for the Firm, leading and managing assignments won, and developing and managing teams.You will also lead our market development with our hedge fund and private equity client base in the US through our global network. What you will be doing:As a member of our Tax Department your initial focus will be:on the management and provision of tax compliance and advisory services to our international clients and clients in the financial services industry, as well as assisting senior members of the department with the delivery of other services including tax advisory services. Key aspects of the role involve:o Responsibility for large portfolio of corporate tax clients and potentially some VAT clients (depending on experience);o Liaising closely and regularly with tax clients;o Researching and resolving technical issues arising throughout the compliance process;o Responsibility for managing junior members of the tax department in completion of corporation tax and VAT computations and returns, reviewing work and assisting with training and monitoring of trainees;o Assisting in planning and supervision of corporate tax and VAT compliance process within Tax departments;o Assisting colleagues within the Tax Department with administrative matters such as client acceptance and engagement etc.;o Liaising with managers, directors and Partners as well as other professionals within the Firm;o Assisting colleagues within the firm with tax queries relating to mutual clients; ando Other ad hoc tax related duties. Who are we looking for?o A qualified or part qualified tax qualified and Chartered Accountant (ACA).o A minimum of two years’ experience in a professional environment preferably working in a tax department;o Achieved excellence in their academic discipline, minimum of 2.1 in a business, mathematical or analytical discipline;o Experience in providing corporate tax compliance and advisory services to Irish corporate entities; ando Preferably with experience in the financial services and / or international business sectors.Key Competencies: • Technical – a thorough understanding of the Irish corporate tax system and VAT system (not a necessity) and issues affecting Irish companies. • Initiative – ability to take the initiative, work with limited supervision (although, we will be there to support you). • Dynamism – desire to work in a fast paced environment with a highly energetic and motivated team. • Flexibility – willingness to adapt to varying and changing client demands. • Attitude – motivated, hardworking and evidence of having excelled at something in your personal life to date Your development:Education and personal development is key to our firm. We are committed to providing comprehensive business and technical training. Call Ciara for a confidential chat on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Senior Manager Advisory - Large Practice - Midlands
Permanent
Updated 19/October/2017
Midlands

One of Ireland's leading established and reputable firm of Chartered Accountants is now hiring. They specialise in & have vast experience in delivering quality audit, tax and business services to a large client base in the mid to large corporate market from their various Irish locations.The RoleBased in the midlands, the successful candidate will join the SME All Service Accounting Solutions team and be the lead contact for a portfolio of clients and staff in the management and delivery of service and in developing business advisory strategy for clients. Key responsibilities will include:• Manage and develop the client service team in the production of service.• Act in a business advisory role with the client; grow general & specialist knowledge to generate new business opportunities.• Support Portfolio Partner to achieve fee targets set for assigned portfolio.• Apply ’Business First’ principles to the way we do business with our clients and support and contribute to the commercial and financial objectives of the Firm. Key Attributes• Qualified Chartered Accountant with post qualification experience. • Technical competence – have a broad technical knowledge and expertise.• Commercially focused with financial and business acumen.• Excellent communication skills and to be capable of working successfully in an interactive management and team structure.For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ciara on 01-6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Director - Advisory - Large Practice - Midlands
Permanent
Updated 19/October/2017
Midlands

One of Ireland's leading established and reputable firm of Chartered Accountants is now hiring. They specialise in & have vast experience in delivering quality audit, tax and business services to a large client base in the mid to large corporate market from their various Irish locations.The RoleBased in their midlands office, the successful candidate will join the SME All Service Accounting Solutions team. The role will involve leading out the full service delivery of quality audit, accounting and advisory services to a large portfolio of clients and working on a pro-active basis to bring added value to clients and the Firm. The role will involve working closely with the Partners with primary emphasis on the following key responsibilities:• Leading out the audit of a portfolio of clients.• A specialisation in a certain niche area and driving and growing work in this area.• Be actively engaged in the development of client and other work through seeking new opportunities and developing initiatives.• Motivate and develop an effective and motivated team.• Achieving the required economic performance for productivity and fees associated with a Director role in the Firm. • Awareness of practice business development and successful ability to contribute to growth of the Firm.Key Competencies• Qualified Chartered Accountant with 3-5 years post qualification experience• Commercially focused and have a proven track record of strong economic performance in delivery of service. • Management & Leadership – ability to lead, motivate, empower & influence peers and staff.• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communications skills.This is a great opportunity to secure a senior, high profile role within this practice. For a confidential discussion about this please call Ciara on 01-6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Manager - Stepping stone from practice to Industry - Tipperary
Permanent
Updated 19/October/2017
Tipperary

Our client in the corporate services sector in Tipperary is expanding and has a vacancy for a new position in that of Manager. This may suit a member looking to relocate or change tack in their career. The successful candidate would be a Chartered Accountant with prior experience in a similar organization or a progressive accountancy practice, this is a role for someone who enjoys rolling their sleeves up and doing the actual debits/credits and not just the reviewing. In time the successful individual would aspire to be Head of Team and grow the number of reports to them.The role would involve but would not be limited to:Preparation & management of client management accounts;Tax Compliance (VAT & PAYE);Company Secretarial;Preparing management accountsAudit liaisonIn the medium term, your career objectives would include:Develop into Senior Manager in the organisation with overall responsibility for operations;Manage and optimise the team performance;Achieve quality in everything the business does; andWork with the Directors to continue to grow the business.Ideally you would possess amongst other things: A professional approach to and response to clients; Communicative with all clients and staff;Share issues with the Directors etc.If you are interested in pursuing a senior role with long term potential and development and enjoy practice setting and culture but keen to take it to the next level then this would be the ideal role for you. Call Ciara on 01 6377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Ambitious Accountant - Challenging & happy fund environment - Dublin City base
Permanent
Updated 10/October/2017
Dublin City Centre

A leading figure in Dublin's fund administration sector is adding to its team with another interesting role for a qualified Chartered Accountant.Your role will involve:• Review and understand the fund’s offering memorandum and verify that offering memorandum agrees to fund set up and ensure ongoing operations adhere to offering memorandum details• Liaise with investment managers, prime brokers and custodians in relation to trading activity as required for transaction processing and NAV preparation• Calculate the NAV for a portfolio of complex investment funds on a bi-monthly, monthly or quarterly basis• Inputting all portfolio trading activity• Inputting of corporate actions and related information• Assist with inputting of shareholder activity• Inputting of expenses, payments, accruals and sundry adjustments• Manual pricing of securities, as required• Pricing of portfolio using secondary pricing sources• Reviewing and clearing of all exception reports and queries• Completing of investment checklists.• Reconciling of administration records with custody and shareholder records and resolution of differences arising• Calculate recurring fees as set out in various agreements• Review and validate the partner/shareholder allocation calculations, including management and incentive fee calculations and the allocation of feeder specific income and expenses• Preparing and reviewing of the dealing NAV• Secondary review of the finalized dealing NAV with the relevant Investment Manager• Releasing of NAV to agreed third party vendors such as Bloomberg• Track all cash items whether trade related, subscription and redemptions or from dividend, interest and other income and expense items• Preparing of cash management forecasts• Preparing of interim fund accounts for agreement with Investment Manager and approval by fund board• Provision of registered office and corporate secretarial services• Preparing of draft annual fund accounts and liaison with the Investment Manager and approval by the fund boardOther duties:• Calculate and send out estimates for clients requesting this service• Assist in asset or new business conversions and reconciliations• Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports• Complete audit conformation requests• Respond to investor due diligence requests• Liaise with the fund’s auditors at year end and interim periods to ensure sufficient information is provided to facilitate the timely completion of controls testing and substantive work to the auditor stratification• Process fees and expenses on behalf of the Investment Manager and wire funds to third party service providers such as lawyers and auditors• Performance of general administration relating to client funds• Participate in special projects• Other duties as requiredIf you would like to make that first move out of practice and into the fund environment then could be a great option for you. Call Ciara on 016377322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie for a discreet chat about it.

Technical Speakers -We Want you!
Permanent
Updated 9/October/2017
Dublin City Centre

Do you want the opportunity to be seen by 25,000 members as an expert in your field ?Technical Speakers : We want you !We are currently in the process of developing our CPD Programme for 2017. We would like to hear from members who would have an interest in presenting in the following areas:Strategic Finance, Management reporting & Analysis, Audit, Financial reporting, Financial servicesTaxation.Who This Opportunity Might Appeal to:We are interested in hearing from members who enjoy training and development and their bringing their area of expertise to others. Experience gained in the area of training in general as well as public speaking can be career enhancing and serve to broaden your network of contacts.For a confidential discussion please call Karin Lanigan on 01 637 7331/087 746 3741 or email karin.Lanigan@charteredaccountants.ie

Audit Manager, Seniors and Juniors - Thriving Limerick practice
Permanent
Updated 6/September/2017
Limerick

Our client, one of the most dynamic in the Limerick area has a number of vacancies arising from recent growth and expansion. Providing a full range of services including Audit, Tax and Advisory, the firm has unique teams to specialise in each service.Audit Vacancies:Audit ManagerThe successful candidate should be a qualified Chartered Accountant and management experience preferable.The role would entail a mix of the following activities:• Client liaison • Engagement planning and oversight• Supervising and mentoring staff• Reviewing of files• Reporting to partner• Billing and cash collection• Assisting with management of Dept. and StaffAudit SeniorsThe successful candidate should be a qualified Chartered Accountant with audit experience is essential. The role would entail a mix of the following activities:• Client liaison • Engagement planning and oversight• Supervising and mentoring staff• Reviewing of work completed by other staff• Reporting to Manager or directly to partnerFor a confidential discussion on any of these roles please call Ciara on 01-6377 322 or mail ciara.tallon@charteredaccountants.ie

Head of Finance - Property - Initial Contract- Dublin City Centre
Permanent
Updated 30/August/2017
Dublin City Centre

Head of Finance - Property - Dublin City Centre - €80 - €90kOur client is one of Ireland’s most ambitious providers of customer-focused housing and support services. They provide high quality modern homes for elderly people, families, mature singles and people with complex needs across the Republic of Ireland.They have built a strong business with a social purpose and are a leading provider of quality customer focused housing and support services. The organisation currently has c.1000 housing units under its management and has ambitions to double this figure over the next 3 years. Our client is seeking to strengthen its management team with the appointment of a Head of Finance to play a strategic financial leadership role, ensuring high quality financial management; risk management; compliance with stakeholder requirements and helping drive innovation and change as part of the Management Team. The Head of Finance will be responsible for contributing to and leading the financial strategy, as well as assisting the CEO with strategy formulation and implementation. The Head of Finance will lead the business, working closely with the CEO and Group Director of Finance and Resources to provide commercial support that will improve performance and further establish the business as a market leader in providing social and affordable housing. Key Responsibilities include:Oversight of the services in the finance area (finance planning and control, internal and external finance reporting, as well as finance management services). Develop appropriate financial strategies to implement the Board’s decisions, including investment of funds, borrowing requirements and the financing of development plans.Develop and implement a financial management strategy and plan based on a comprehensive budget and stress-tested financial forecasts.Ensure that there is an effective Treasury Management Strategy and banking arrangements in place.Prepare financial reports and financial forecasts for the Board and Committees.Ensure compliance with legislation, regulatory codes and recommendations of internal and external auditors. Oversee and manage performance against budget in conjunction with the CEO and ensure sufficient analysis of variances by cost centre.Experience Required:Qualified ACA Accountant with a minimum of five years’ post qualification experience 5+ years of relevant industry experience Comprehensive experience of computerised financial management systems.An understanding and knowledge of the domestic housing market in Ireland.Clear evidence of delivering improved performance in a finance department.Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to think and communicate creatively, thoughtfully, and on your feet with diverse groups, spanning all organizational levelsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsIf you are interested in an organisation where you will be challenged and offered opportunities to develop then this is for you, contact John 01-6377 251 or john.fagan@charteredaccountants.ie to have a discreet discussion about this.

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