The EU Project Manager – INTERREG Focus will be an integral member of our team and will have specific responsibility for managing and handling key European projects, including but not limited to Interreg. This will involve:

(a) Ensuring a high standard of completion of project deliverables

(b) Reporting, management of budget drawdowns.

(c)  Proposal research and writing, and

(d) Delivering a strong annual stream of funding.

 

You will be the day-to-day representation of the company at a European Level.

 

You will continually strive to improve and grow our relationships and partners at a European Level coupled with the ambition to transfer knowledge and learning to our members, tenants, and food community.

 

You will support the BIA Innovator Campus in its aim to enhance strategic engagement with EU programs, with specific emphasis on Interreg. In addition, supporting tasks related directly to project reporting and implementation; stakeholder and partnership engagement will also be undertaken.

 

The successful individual will:

 

(a) manage EU projects and ensure their deliverables are completed to a consistent high standard.

(b) deliver a key stream of funding and manage budgets assigned.

(c)  develop and maintain existing partnership relationships, strategically identify, and establish new international partnerships

(d) reporting, account management of budget drawdowns.

(e)  research, prepare, write, and assist the timely submission of European Call applications.

(f)   responsibility for the delivery of a strong EU Project income stream annually.

The appointee will work across the following areas and will have responsibility for organising and managing several direct reports.

 

·       Manage the work program and weekly/monthly deliverables across all EU projects assigned, ensuring they are completed to a high standard.

·       Maintain the project’s documentation and knowledge management systems, ensuring all materials are current, organised, and accessible.

·       Develop and implement effective dissemination strategies, ensuring clear and impactful communication across all project channels.

·       Reporting, account management and budget drawdowns. Actively support and oversee various project activities, consistently monitoring and reporting on project status, budget compliance, and adherence to timelines.

·       Maintaining meticulous records and budgets under the various cost centers for all projects.

·       Deliver a sustainable income stream of funding.

·       Manage risk assessment and mitigation processes, identifying potential challenges and formulating contingency plans.

·       Collate, generate, and prepare reports and all supporting information in advance of Audit and Monitoring visits, where requested on behalf of the European Commission.

·       Proactively engage with stakeholders at all levels, contributing to research and being responsible for the creation and meticulous proofreading of comprehensive project reports.

·       Research and prepare call proposal submissions including proposal writing individually and in conjunction with our consultant and project partners

·       Host international meetings and multiplier events onsite as needed. Travel to EU meetings as company representative, participating to a high level as per project schedule.

·       Coordinate cross-border collaborations, adapting to diverse cultural and institutional frameworks within Europe.

·       Facilitate and participate in regular project team meetings to ensure effective collaboration and information sharing.

·       Work closely with colleagues across BIA Innovator Campus CLG, to ensure that the organization meets its strategic targets in relation to internationalization.

·       Liaise with management for strategic alignment of project objectives with organisational goals, providing frequent updates

·       Liaise with the Food Community on engagement and participation in EU projects, ensuring that European knowledge sharing is central to the BIA Innovator community.

·       Promote a team environment that encourages innovation, problem-solving, and professional development in line with Interreg’s collaborative ethos.

·       Complete other administrative support and organisational tasks as may be needed from time to time by the International Manager or other designated officer.

 

Candidates must have the knowledge and ability to discharge the duties of the post and if successful agree to undertake the duties attached to the post and accept the conditions under which the duties are required to be performed.

Candidates must have:

·       A bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject area such as European Studies, International Relations, Project Management, or Environmental Science, or a similar professional qualification

·       A minimum of 3 years’ experience professional experience.

·       Candidates should demonstrate strong motivation and interpersonal skills.

·       A strong enthusiasm for food and sustainability projects, especially in the context of INTERREG’s cross-border and transnational collaboration.

·       Excellent communication skills, both in writing and speaking, are essential for engaging with diverse stakeholders across international boundaries. Skills in building and maintaining relationships are particularly important in the unique environment of INTERREG projects.

·       Have excellent research competencies, written and verbal communication skills and comfort using multiple project reporting and recording platforms.

·       Meticulous attention to detail is required, particularly in aspects of project planning, budget management, and adherence to EU regulations, to ensure the successful implementation and reporting of projects.

Desirable Qualifications/Skills

·     Previous experience in a similar role, especially in managing INTERREG or EU-funded projects or a role with an international dimension is desirable.

·     Demonstrable initiative and the capability to work efficiently within international team environments, adapting to varied cultural dynamics.

·       Proven track record of delivering funding streams. Proven skill in time management and effective oversight of project finances.

·     Working knowledge of EU policies, programmes, and EU Institutions.

·     Previous Interreg project submission & management experience. Erasmus+ and/or Horizon EU experience welcomed.

·     At least three years’ project management experience within the Food Sector.

·     Candidates must possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills and be capable of exercising sound judgement.

·     Candidates must possess strong initiative coupled with the ability to operate effectively and appropriately in teams, in varied international cultural settings.

·     Excellent time-management and budget management skills and demonstrate an ability to multitask effectively.

·       Additional desirable skills for an INTERREG Project Management job include:

o   Familiarity with EU funding regulations and reporting procedures.

o   Ability to navigate multi-lingual environments and work with diverse project teams.

o   Experience in stakeholder engagement and conflict resolution within a European context.

o   Knowledge of project evaluation techniques and impact assessment methodologies.

o   Proficiency in digital project management tools and software.

The role will be based at the BIA Innovator Campus, Mellows Campus, Athenry, Co. Galway, with the opportunity to work remotely available subject to agreement.  Candidates must have the right to live, work and travel in the EU. There is no visa sponsorship available for this role.

 

The duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description are neither definitive nor restrictive and may change in detail from time-to-time to meet the changing needs of the business.

 

This salary range is €50,000 to €60,000 and will be offered based on experience and the track record of the successful candidate. Additionally, the role includes 20 days of annual leave, plus public holidays, and offers opportunities for professional development and growth within the organisation.

 

Annual leave: 20 days per annum

 

 

Your CV must be submitted by the advertised closing date and time.  You will have to submit within the time advised; otherwise, your application will be deemed to be late and will not be considered.

This role is subject to a probationary period for 6 months with reviews at months 3 and 6. Candidates shall be of good character and references shall be sought.

 

BIA INNOVATOR CAMPUS CLG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

 

 

Director, Finance – Leader of Strategic Vision for Statutory Compliance, Tax & Payroll

What this Finance Director job offers you

This brand new Finance Executive job in Galway (hybrid working available), created as a result of continued investment by Corporate HQ in the Irish operation, offers you a highly influential, Director level position in a multi-billion dollar US MnC.

Joining the Board of Directors for the corporation’s Irish companies, you will be a trusted advisor in Audit, Statutory, Tax and Payroll to Corporate HQ, local Senior Finance Directors, Operational Directors & Divisional Leaders, as well as your 8-strong team of Senior Finance Leaders. A subject matter expert, you will be empowered with developing the strategic direction for compliance, governance and transformation initiatives in this highly complex, extremely impressive & ambitious global manufacturing corporation.

Your new job

Calling on your vast expertise as a finance leader of multifaceted financial statements for world leading corporation(s), you will act as advisor on all technical concepts across audit, tax, payroll, as well as on IP valuations, acquisitions, company restructuring and subsidiary investment valuations. You will partner with Corporate Tax & Accounting to develop robust controls, assess risk and determine when to call on external advisors. A strategist by nature, you will provide high level support to your finance team, developing unique, tailored strategic plans and processes for your financial area (for example, how to implement the auto-enrolment pension programme or maximise on the Small Benefit Exemption Scheme), and sell these new concepts to business leaders in a large matrix of multiple stakeholders.

A proven leader of senior finance managers in the world’s largest commercial organisation(s), you will devise strategies to continuously engage & inspire your high-achieving finance team, ensuring the company’s culture of autonomy, collaboration & reward is true for each of your team members. You will also lead cross-functional teams on strategic projects such as company restructuring, transformation & continuous improvement.

What you’ll need to succeed:

To be successful in the highly sought-after Finance Director job, you will be a qualified chartered accountant, ideally trained in Big 4, with approximately 20 years’ leadership experience in world-leading manufacturing, engineering, life science or technology organisations. With a passion for compliance, governance and controls, you will offer proven capabilities in collaborating with multiple stakeholders from Divisional Business Leaders to Corporate Executives & external advisors to deliver best in class finance compliance & governance.

Your Reward:

Apart from having an outstanding job in a progressive and innovative global organisation, providing critical strategic support, you will be rewarded with an impressive remuneration package. Due to this being a newly created position within the market, the company intend to speak to candidates with varying salary expectations. In addition, there is an attractive bonus, car allowance, pension, healthcare and other incentives typically associated with a position of this status included in this remuneration package.

What you need to do next:

To investigate this amazing opportunity further, please send your CV or call Edel Vahey in confidence for an exploratory conversation on +353 9495 57033.

About the Team:

Our Quality Engineering (QE) team is focused on thinking like our users and helping our product engineering teams build features that work well for those users in all the ways they may interact with our systems. We operate as a central QE department to ensure best practices and processes across development teams with a keen eye to consumer experience for all features released. The mission of the QE tools team is to enable development teams to deliver quality features at a high velocity by developing and maintaining the automation frameworks and other tooling used by the development teams.

About the Job:

As we embark on our journey of continuously improving and building out our automation capability, RTR is looking for a Fullstack Staff Engineer in Quality Engineering, with a strong focus on Front End technologies, to lead and guide multiple test automation efforts; improve our build, deploy and test workflows; increase confidence in our systems and mitigate risk through automation.  In this role, you will define future automation and continuous delivery strategy, and help ensure that our engineering teams are able to continue to move quickly while also ensuring that our customers have a great experience. You are a passionate advocate of the Test Pyramid, can authoritatively engage with engineers on how to test at different levels of SDLC and then be able to help design and create the framework, tooling and pipelines as needed.

What You’ll Do:

Design, build and maintain user-level test automation frameworks (based around React, Javascript Jest, Cypress.io and XCUI frameworks).
Build new tooling and frameworks for quality assurance. Ensure high-quality software by evaluating the design and architecture of our systems to introduce the relevant testing frameworks. Constantly engage with development and product teams to understand and assess their needs and build out the technical roadmap for our tooling.
Ensure the adoption of frameworks and tools needed for all levels of testing our microservices-based architecture – Unit, component, integration, UI, API, End-To-End.
Establish the necessary CI/CD pipelines to execute all our testing. Help define our CI/CD requirements and ensure we utilise modern cloud-native approaches in our workflows.
Ensure reliable execution of our test suites by continually gaining an understanding of our underlying systems and improving the frameworks.
Help the QE teams’ growth by mentoring and helping QE team members with the implementation of automated tests.
Be an advocate for quality in all areas of our product development. Influence a culture change and focus on Quality across the entire Engineering organisation.

About You:

Multi-stack engineer with experience in a breadth of development technologies and test automation frameworks – Specifically focussed on Modern JavaScript and associated tools (React, Jest, Cypress.io, Typescript); with knowledge of Java and related test automation frameworks a plus.
Experience with XCUI Test Automation framework and iOS App Test automation a plus.
Experience with RESTful APIs and Asynchronous Communication (AMQP, RabbitMQ), preferably in a microservices architecture environment.
Experience with non-functional and load-testing frameworks (Gatling, JMeter, Flood.io/Element)
Experience creating and maintaining CI/CD Pipelines, preferably GitHub Actions, and integrating the automated testing suites in the pipeline
Good understanding and experience with cloud and containerisation principles (Docker, Kubernetes, Google Cloud Platform).
Solid analytical skills to troubleshoot problems and find areas for improvement – experience with logging frameworks and tools (e.g. Splunk, Loggly), monitoring and APM tools (e.g. SignalFX, New Relic, Datadog)

Benefits:

At Rent the Runway, we’re committed to the happiness and well-being of our employees and aim to create a workplace that fosters both personal and professional growth. Our inclusive benefits include, but are not limited to:

Generous Paid Time Off including annual leave, paid bereavement, and family sick leave – every employee needs time to take care of themselves and their family.
Universal Paid Parental Leave for both parents + flexible return to work program  – because we know your newest family member(s) deserve your undivided attention.
Paid Sabbatical after 5 years of continuous service – unplug, recharge, and have some fun.
Competitive Stakeholder Pension – taking care of your future.
Comprehensive health, dental care and dependents care from day 1 of employment – Your health comes first and we’ve got you covered.
Company-wide events and outings – our team spirit is no joke – we know how to have fun!
Hybrid Work – This is a hybrid role based in our Galway, Ireland office. Employees have the option to work remotely 2-3 days per week.
Rent the Runway is an equal-opportunity employer. In accordance with applicable law, we prohibit discrimination against any applicant or employee on any legally-recognised basis, including, but not limited to: gender, marital status, family status, age disability, sexual orientation, race, religion, and membership of the Traveller community.

About the Role:

As a Data Engineer, you will play an integral role in setting up and monitoring the health of data ingestion and transformation pipelines, as well as managing and optimizing our Snowflake instance.  You will provide guidance and collaborate with upstream teams to address data governance concerns and requirements.  You’ll have the chance to collaborate with exceptionally skilled individuals and enhance your expertise.  You will gain experience working in a wide range of technologies pulling data in from a variety of sources, including operational data stores like MySQL and MongoDB; web and mobile event tracking logs; internal and 3rd party APIs; streaming data sets; FTP transfers, and more.

What You’ll Do:

Create new data ingestion and transformation pipelines using dbt, Python, and Prefect.
Manage the infrastructure and resources for data processing and storage.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams including data scientists, business intelligence and machine learning engineers to capture their requirements and deliver solutions to meet their needs.
Promote data quality standards to ensure the accuracy, completeness and integrity of data.
Produce and maintain comprehensive documentation including documentation of architecture, data dictionary,  models, pipelines and lineage.

About You:

3+ years in a data-professional related capacity (Data Analyst, Data Scientist, Data Engineer, etc.).
You have expert-level SQL knowledge
Experience using dbt to transform and test data pipelines
You write clean, testable Python code and have experience deploying to a production environment
You have extensive experience using workflow orchestration tools such as Prefect, Airflow or similar
Experience using cloud-based data warehousing platforms such as Snowflake, BigQuery or similar
Enjoy learning new technologies and helping others do the same
You have excellent verbal and written communication skills and are comfortable communicating with both technical and non-technical stakeholders.
Experience with BI tools like Looker or Tableau is an advantageYou will have an interest in acquiring a skill set required for “Data Platform” work (i.e. cloud infrastructure, CI/CD processes, and terraform)

Benefits:

At Rent the Runway, we’re committed to the happiness and wellbeing of our employees, and aim to create a workplace that fosters both personal and professional growth. Our inclusive benefits include, but are not limited to:

Generous Paid Time Off including annual leave, paid bereavement, and family sick leave – every employee needs time to take care of themselves and their family.
Universal Paid Parental Leave for both parents + flexible return to work program  – because we know your newest family member(s) deserve your undivided attention.
Paid Sabbatical after 5 years of continuous service – unplug, recharge, and have some fun.
Competitive Stakeholder Pension – taking care of your future.
Comprehensive health, dental care and dependents care from day 1 of employment – Your health comes first and we’ve got you covered.
Company wide events and outings – our team spirit is no joke – we know how to have fun!
Hybrid Work – This is a hybrid role based in our Galway, Ireland office. Employees have to option to work remotely 2-3 days per week.
Rent the Runway is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with applicable law, we prohibit discrimination against any applicant or employee on any legally-recognised basis, including, but not limited to: gender, marital status, family status, age disability, sexual orientation, race, religion, and membership of the Traveller community.

JWR Employment Specialists are working with a leading construction industry supplier in Galway to recruit an Inside Sales Specialist.

The role which will be based in Tuam, Galway will be responsible for selling products and services to customers via phone and email. This role is for someone who understands the construction industry and thrives in a fast-paced sales environment and has excellent communication and interpersonal skills. In return, you will receive an attractive remuneration package as well as career progression opportunities as the company continues to grow.

Interested? Read all about the job below.

Duties and Responsibilities:

·       Working within a fast-paced internal sales environment, you will be the customer’s first point of contact,

·       Ensuring a high level of attention to detail when dealing with clients.

·       Continuously building the company’s client base.

·       Prepare quotations based on customer requirements, face to face, on the phone and via mail

·       Follow up on quotations and preparation of documentation should the quotation become an order

·       Maintaining effective communications with clients ensuring successful delivery of all equipment

·       Answering phones and mail efficiently and effectively to maximise sales

·       Advise manager of marketing information, including competitors’ activities and pricing by means of weekly reports and briefing meetings

·       Other sales and admin duties as requested.

Skills and Requirements:

·       Minimum 2 years proven track record of sales and business development in the construction industry.

·       Experience in building trade and dealing with end users, contractors, and construction engineering companies desirable.

·       Structured individual with a proactive and results-oriented approach to sales

·       Excellent selling and negotiation skills

·       Excellent IT literacy, including analytic data handling.

·       Proficient in Microsoft Office.

Due to continued growth and the promotion of senior leaders within this business, our medical device client in Galway is seeking a Financial Controller to lead the financial operations of the manufacturing facility. Commutable from Mayo, Clare and Roscommon, you will bring your financial leadership skills to this company which has grown impressively in the past number of years.

Your new job

This is a broad based Financial Controller job with responsibility for the financial operations of the 250 person Galway site.  Working closely with Customer Operations and Manufacturing teams onsite and the corporate head office team in the U.S., you will utilise your strategic financial skills to drive the overall growth of the business, provide accurate budgets, forecasts and analysis that informs business decision making. You will also work with business leaders to monitor costs and identify areas for cost reductions and efficiencies relating to product and labour outgoings. You will lead a team of two Financial Accountants and an Accounts Assistant who will prepare monthly accounts and associated reporting as well as assisting in financial statement preparation and liaison with external auditors annually. The company will have a variety of projects such as projects emanating from their site-wide lean framework that is in place and possible M&A activity in the medium term which will require due diligence input.

Combining local with international

While having experienced significant growth in recent years, the company still retains their authentic and collaborative culture with work life balance remaining ever-present. This is the largest entity within the broader international group and it has become an influential voice at corporate level while still being at the heart of their locality as an employer. It has the perfect blend of being a close-knit site while growing to be a significant player in the global group.

Rewards and benefits

On offer is a generous remuneration package of €80,000-€100,000 including a competitive base salary, annual bonus, generous company pension contribution, health insurance and hybrid working.

What will you need?

To help you succeed in this job you will benefit from having 8+ years’ PQE with previous finance leadership experience.

Next steps

Apply today via the Apply Now button or call Edel Vahey, Director of FP&A, on +353 94 9557033 in confidence for an exploratory conversation.

Move from practice to industry or further hone your international accounting skills

One of Galway’s established and fastest growing multinational companies has an exciting Financial Accountant job which is ideal if you are moving from practice to industry or you have previous international accounting experience. Easily accessible from Clare, Roscommon and Mayo, this 12 month fixed term contract job is a perfect stepping stone to securing a permanent position either within this company’s growing Centre of Excellence or their FP&A team once you have established your reputation.

How you will contribute

Our €12bn turnover client is currently integrating their latest European acquisition into all aspects of the business including financial processes and procedures leading to a Financial Accountant being required to manage all monthly financial activities within a selection of other established entities. This includes calculations, posting and analysis of accruals and prepayments, balance sheet and multi-currency bank reconciliations and completion of variance analysis under a number of cost headings. Month and quarter end is a streamlined process where you will complete statutory reporting under IFRS and you will liaise with external auditors on queries such as the accounting treatment under country specific FRS requirements. You will contribute to the monthly process reviews and improvement initiatives where you will be encouraged to bring creative solutions on how things are done to better support the team.

Galway site delivering global excellence

The Galway office is the jewel in this global company’s crown due to the talent within this 35 person Finance team who capably deliver reliable technical accounting expertise, financial planning and analysis along with large scale projects. There is an encouraged culture of internal promotions with many opportunities within the company being filled by existing employees who have demonstrated their skills, you can be confident that if you show your best work that there will be opportunities for you to progress with this employer of choice permanently. You will work with exceptional Finance leaders who can develop your technical skills further while they also carry significant influence across the global business which you can leverage.

Your previous experience and qualifications

To become the Financial Accountant you will need a professional accountancy qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) either gained in practice or industry. If you have developed an excellent practice based career to date and wish to join a leading multinational within industry then this represents the perfect move for you. Equally, you can further develop your international accounting experience that you amassed within industry already.

Recognising your contribution

There are excellent monetary and non-monetary rewards associated with this Financial Accountant job, you will receive a very competitive salary, fully subsidised health insurance cover, 2 days hybrid working per week and access to state-of-the art onsite amenities including a gym helping you balance work and life goals. With more strategic work flowing to the Finance team from around the globe, opportunities will open up over the coming 12 months for you to capitalise on the excellent work you will do once you join this top-tier employer.

Next steps

Apply today via the Apply Now button or call Shane Lynott, Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist, on 086 1282059 or email Shanelynott@fpna.ie to arrange an informal discussion. This will be a streamlined hiring process so don’t delay if you are interested.

This Payroll Manager job is with a multinational company with a long-established base in Galway. Within driving distance of Mayo, Roscommon and Clare, you will bring your managerial and fast-paced payroll experience to this job.

Lead an establish team managing Irish payroll

As the Payroll Manager you and your team of Payroll Analysts will process weekly and monthly payroll for over 3,000 employees in Ireland including preparation of payroll journals, accruals, in-house and intercompany reconciliations. You will calculate accurate tax, BIK, health care and pension deductions and handle employee queries daily as well as through regular clinics. You will have strong relationships with managers across multiple sites which will help you and your team reconcile any working time related queries that emerge from the time management system. As the manager of this team you will always have a focus on process improvements related to payroll as well as looking to continually develop your team members to reach their full potential.

Progress your career with this multinational company

Working at this global company is extremely rewarding with clear career progression opportunities as the company expands their Galway site further. They have an extensive Learning & Development programme in place to support your continuous professional development and they work with the best-in-class IT systems which allows for a smooth payroll process. They place sustainability at the heart of their plans with a range of initiatives on-site to reduce their carbon footprint. The atmosphere is collaborative and friendly which allows everyone to thrive.

The experience that will help you

To become the Payroll Manager you will need experience of being a leader in a high-volume payroll environment, this experience can be from working in an outsourced payroll provider or from another large multinational company. A qualification in payroll such as IPASS is also important. Strong MS Excel and exposure to payroll related systems will equip you well to do this job.

How you will be rewarded

You will be rewarded with a package of between €80,000-€90,000 including a generous basic salary, annual bonus, car allowance, pension, health care cover and hybrid working of 2 days per week.

Next steps

Apply today via the Apply Now button or call Shane Lynott, Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist, on 086 1282059 or email Shanelynott@fpna.ie to arrange an informal discussion

Client Profile – Medium-Sized Accountancy Firm

Our client is a long-established professional practice with offices throughout Ireland. They have a reputation for providing their clients with solid advice in both accounting and tax planning. Service includes general business advice, Accounting, Taxation, and outsourced bookkeeping. The organisation is progressive and offers excellent scope to develop to Management level.

Role – Tax Consultant

They are seeking to recruit a commercially focused Taxation professional. The role will be totally focused on providing clients with high-level consultancy support across all tax heads.

This role will include:

  • Managing Tax Planning and Consulting issues
  • Staff development
  • Working with existing clients to develop new business opportunities
  • Advising a “High Net Worth” clients regarding business and investment matters

The role is highly challenging and will allow the candidate to become involved in providing solid Taxation solutions. As a key member of staff, the successful applicant will be expected to contribute to the strategic development and direction of the firm.

The firm offers excellent “upward” career development opportunities.

Required Skills/Experience

The successful candidate will manage and develop their own team. The candidate should have a number of year’s experience managing a large client allocation, both personal and corporate. This may be within a large or medium accountancy firm where they have experience of handling planning assignments for a mixed portfolio of clients. The role could suit a Manager within a smaller firm who feels that they need to integrate into a larger structure to develop their career or a Manager in a Big 4/Top 20 practice looking to take ownership of a Tax function in a smaller firm.

Interested?

In the first instance please send your CV to Brian Fowler FCCA, Managing Director at brian.fowler@accountancysolutions.ie

CVs are not released nor is your profile discussed with a future employer without your express permission.

Client Profile: Accountancy Practice, Galway

Our client is viewed as progressive and professional practice. They have a varied base of clients across a number of industry sectors. Based in Galway, they have the reputation for providing their clients with business advice across audit, tax, and general consulting. This is a progressive firm whose Partners are keen to further develop the practice.

Role: Practice Senior

They wish to recruit a Senior with a number of years’ experience in practice to join the firm. Reporting to the Partners, the role will offer the successful candidate exposure to a variety of clients from medium-sized companies to sole traders and high net worth individuals.

This role will include:

  • Handling assignments to the Partner review stage
  • Reviewing assignments handled by junior staff
  • Monthly management accounts
  • Small company audit
  • Year-end accounts
  • Personal and corporate tax returns

The role is challenging and the existing Partners are keen to recruit a candidate who can contribute to the development of their firm.

Candidate Profile

The successful candidate should have qualified with a quality accounting firm and have a focus on developing a long-term career in practice. Additionally, they should be able to prepare files to Partner review stage and be capable of working on their own initiative.

Interested?

In the first instance please send your CV to Brian Fowler FCCA, Managing Director at brian.fowler@accountancysolutions.ie

CVs are not released nor is your profile discussed with a future employer without your express permission.