Great teams work with great teams…. If you’re a recently qualified accountant interested in Rugby, we should talk…

Barden is proud to be acting on behalf of Six Nations Rugby to identify an ambitious newly qualified accountant to join their finance team, right here in Dublin.

Working closely with an energetic and commercial Financial Controller this newly created position will play a central role in both financial accounting (75%) and financial analysis and planning activity (25%) for this ever-evolving enterprise.

“As our business evolves and grows, so too does our finance team.  This a tremendous opportunity for a hard-working and career-focused accountant to take on a unique role, make it their own, and take on a key position in our emerging business.  We’re about team on and off the field here in Six Nations Rugby” – Financial Controller (Big 4 Trained | 8+ years PQE)

This is a rare opportunity to combine a passion for finance with a passion for sport – there are very few organizations in Dublin where you can realise such a unique blend.

And in Six Nations Rugby they really know to look after their people – with a competitive reward structure, hyper-flexible work arrangements, 2 pm summer Friday finishes and some chances to watch your team play on the field…it really does not get better than this.

  • If you’re a recently qualified accountant with a strong work ethic looking to make your first step into industry; we should talk.
  • If you’re a team player that wants to be a part of a real team; we should talk.
  • If you’ve a passion for sport and want to work with a company that shares that passion; we should definitly talk.

Curious?  Drop Niall O’Keeffe a line ( a line and Niall will look after you from there.  Simple.


*While this will initially be a 6-month contract the team has an ambition to move this person to a permanent role quickly.


Just in case you didn’t know…..

Six Nations Rugby is the the official organising body, responsible for rugby’s greatest annual international Championships and competitions, working in collaboration with its member Unions and Federations; England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland & Wales.  Each year the six nations compete in rugby’s oldest Championship, the Guinness Six Nations, the ground-breaking TikTok Women’s Six Nations and the U20s Six Nations Championship. Alongside these competitions are the annual Six Nations Under 18s festivals for men’s and women’s teams, designed to support the pathway for future rugby stars. Six Nations Rugby is also responsible for the promotion and operations of the Autumn Nations Series; the best of the Southern Hemisphere visiting the Northern Hemisphere each year to take on their counterparts. Fans are at the heart of everything Six Nations Rugby is responsible for, and key to its mission to deliver year-round unmissable experiences.


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