Management Accountant (12 month FTC)

Negotiable Contract Cork City
06/06/2019 Ref: 2464
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Barden are delighted to be working with a large Irish indigenous organisation to identify a Management Accountant to join their team. This role would suit a motivated and ambitious person with experience of working with a large progressive business. This is a business partnering role – the ideal person will be driven, have strong relationship building skills along with the ability to roll up their sleeves and get stuck in where required.

 “This is a critical position for the future of our business.  This person will be my eyes and ears for key existing and future products/customers and will be responsible for conveying information to me and my senior colleagues. It is a challenging role, but our business is growing, and this could be a huge opportunity for career progression for the right person” – Commercial Finance Director


The successful candidate will be a key member of the Management Accounting team and responsible for the following:

  • Financial analysis and reporting to Senior Management and Sales teams ensuring clarity behind the numbers in order to engage customers proactively to drive loyalty and increase sales.
  • Manage the accounting and related processes for the department, including ownership of Quarter End Hard Close, Year End and Audit deliverables
  • Lead P&L reporting and month end control for all current and future products.  
  •  Lead on various Finance Continuous Improvement projects to drive efficiency and control improvements across the wider FP&C team


  • Qualified accountant with c.5 years PQE.
  • Experienced in budgeting and forecasting.
  • Excellent attention to detail, numeric and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills.

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