Here in Barden we are delighted to be partnering with a well-established and hugely successful Irish business in their search for a new Finance Administrator/Accounts Assistant to join their growing Finance team at their headquarters right here in Cork. This role will report directly to the Financial Controller and the candidate will have a wide range of responsibilities and an opportunity to work with a team of 20 experienced Finance professionals. Given some exciting growth in the business too, you will get an opportunity to get involved in some finance projects and systems work.
“This person will join our growing Finance team and take on a wide-range of responsibilities . This would be a great step for someone ambitious looking to progress in their career in the Finance & Accounting space. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to expand their skillset” – Hiring Manager
This role will be an initial 12 month contract and hybrid working is available.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
- Management of daily receipts and payments
- Responsibility for report collation, pricing updates, issuing invoices and input to ERP system
- Process bank receipts and payments and input to ERP system
- Assist with accounts receivable activities including issuing invoices and statements
- Respond to external queries from customers
- Analysis of financial/volume information and report preparation
- Support the Finance team in the ongoing implementation of a new ERP system.
- Support the Finance team at month-end and quarter-end
- Assisting the finance team with ad hoc queries and projects
ABOUT THE PERSON:
- At least circa 2 years of relevant experience (Finance/Accounts Administration/Bookkeeping/Data entry)
- Strong organisation skills
- Experience in working as part of a team
- Strong analytical Skills
- Strong communication skills
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