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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Energy Analyst in Ireland"
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Quant Investment Analyst
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
|The Quantitative Investment Analyst will assist the Investments team in developing quantitative fixed income tools and frameworks that directly contribute to asset allocation decisions and support the Investments team on delivering strong risk-adjusted returns in the Investment portfolio.The portfolio is approximately $16bn in size, and consists primarily of multi-sector fixed income, with more modest allocations to private and public equity. Investments contribute materially to the Company’s overall return on equity over time. Working with an experienced and talented Investments team that manages ~30% of the portfolio internally, the role offers the opportunity to directly impact how the overall portfolio is positioned and also interact with some of the leading asset managers across the globe. Core Responsibilities •Develop quantitative fixed income analytical tools that will directly impact decision making and portfolio positioning.•Provide quantitative assessment of relative value investment opportunities across market sectors and major risk drivers.•Work closely with the dedicated technology team to support the modelling and extension of existing risk and asset allocation frameworks.•Collaborate on the evaluation of new investment opportunities.•Collaborate with other risk teams in the depiction of investment risk and other correlated risks within an enterprise-wide risk and capital modelling framework.•Support internal and external reporting requirements.Candidate Requirements•Graduate degree or higher in a numeric discipline with strong academic qualifications.•Practical knowledge of fixed income markets would be an advantage.•Professional experience in quantitative finance would be an advantage.•Experience with programming languages (e.g. Python, VBA) is required.•Strong interpersonal and communication skills.•Ability to take initiative, work in a team-orientated environment and unsupervised is essential.•Drive, energy and enthusiasm.•Industry experience of at least five years would be an advantage.What to Expect•A very attractive compensation and benefits package.•A flat team structure and a highly collaborative culture that values progress over perfection and encourages creativity, innovation and diversity.•A highly motivated global team of colleagues.•A flexible working style.•A meritocratic environment where contributions are both recognised and rewarded.•Training and development opportunities to enable you to stay at the forefront of your professional field. To submit your application for this role click Apply below or for more information on please contact James O’Donnell on 01 592 7883 or email ja[email protected]
Corporate Finance Analyst
Our client is a semi-state body operating within the energy sector. They currently have a requirement for a Corporate Finance Analyst to join on a permanent basis. This role will be based in Newbridge and will report to the Corporate Finance Lead. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Corporate Finance Lead and broader Lean Centre team with all financial modelling requirements for the Group including 10 year corporate plan models and scenario tools to assist decision making with emerging strategic opportunities. The role will also involve cashflow forecasting and support on new strategic initiatives.Main Responsibilities:• Work with the Lean Centre team to develop and update the 10 year corporate model to provide detailed financial forecasts for submission to internal and external stakeholders including banks. Work with the Business Units to align early year numbers from the 10 year model to group budgets and forecasts;• Build and develop scenario planning tools to assist in the decision-making processes associated with early stage emerging strategic business opportunities;• Design, implement and updating of dynamic multi-year group cash flow model for analysing various initiatives;• Develop/Analyse finance models in relation to significant capital projects that will evaluate project returns, internal rate of return (IRR), net present value (NPV), payback, etc. Provide decision support around capital projects/strategic initiatives including acquisitions and business development activities;• Proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders, tailoring communications and in particular non-financial industry information in such amanner so as to ensure that it is clearly understood by the intended audience;• All employees are expected to co-operate fully with all provisions taken by the company for ensuring Health and Safety, and Welfare of co-employees and members of the public using the premises;Requirements:• ACCA/ACA/CPA Qualified• Minimum 3 years relevant experience• Strong financial modelling, forecasting, valuation and analysisFor more information on this exciting role contact Jean O'Donovan at Brightwater Recruitment on 015927846 or email [email protected]
Financial Analyst (Entry Level Role) - Language Requirement
Morgan McKinley, Dublin West, ie
This is an excellent Permanent opportunity for a Finance Graduate, fluent in German/ French/ Swedish, to work with a large Multinational Company in Ireland. Title: Financial Analyst (Entry Level Role)Job Specialization: Fundamentals Analyst (German/French/Sweedish) Corporate Actions (German) Mutual Actions (German)Salary: Excellent Competitive SalaryLanguages: German/ French/ Swedish Location: Dublin City WestType of Role: Permanent Duration: Full TimeThe opportunity:This large Multinational company is seeking a bilingual Fundamentals Analyst to join their growing company. This is an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to build experience in Financial Markets, Products and Statements.Full training will be provided.The role:Read and understand the relevant Financial statements in English and one of the other four languages (German/ French/ Swedish).Conduct Financial Research.Conduct financial statement analysis and stay up to date with any notable changes.Work within various global accounting principles, GAAP, IFRS etc.Analysing key financial points on Financial statementsLog date on relevant platforms and completed financial actions within appointed deadlines.Requirements:Third Level Degree in Finance, Economics or Business with a direction in Finance or relevant modules is essential.Fluency in one of those four languages: German/ French/ Swedish.Some relevant experience is desirable.An understanding of financial statements is desirable.Excellent organizational and time management skills.Proficient in MS Excel is required (VBA and Macros experience an advantage).Keen interest in Financial markets and products.Dynamic approach, attention to detail, high energy, ability to work under pressure and great numeracy skills is required.Apply Today!Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
Morgan McKinley, Cork, ie
Are you looking to take your career to the next level? This expanding energy & utilities company is looking for an enthusiastic Finance specialist to join their growing Treasury team in Cork. Treasury Analyst - Energy & UtilitiesThrough the formation of a new Business Services model, a Treasury Analyst position has opened up in a semi-state company undergoing an organisational transformation.This role will support funding, risk management, cash management and accounting & reporting activities.What the role will involve:Supporting the Treasury month end process ensuring accurate accounting & reporting of treasury transactions, month end close, IFRS mark to markets and application of hedge accountingPerforming Treasury Balance Sheet and P&L reconciliations and variance analysisPreparing Treasury IFRS reporting for Statutory Accounts and year-end financial statement disclosuresOther duties as may be assigned from time to timeWhat you will need to be successful:To be successful in your application you must have a recognised accounting, treasury or finance qualification with 1- 3 years' experience, ideally in a similar environment.You will require proven ability to successfully execute programmes and ensure all reporting is generated effectively. Experience of Oracle or Hyperion advantageousExcellent attention to detailAs the company continues to fuel long term plans, this position should provide a great opportunity and reward in the future for the successful candidate.If you would like to hear more about the Treasury Analyst role please contact, Tina Dorgan on 021-2300300 or at email@example.comMorgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
We’re looking for Pricing Analyst for one of Ireland’s largest providers of payment solutions, with extensive operations in Ireland and UK.The successful candidate will: Support and maintain pricing related to Scheme and Interchange FeesAnalyse and review Scheme documentation in relation to changes for Interchange and Scheme fees to present to the Pricing manager in order to coordinate changesSupport complex pricing queriesReconciliation and account balancingUpdate Scheme fees in line with fee changesJob Requirements: Experience in Accounting/Financial ManagementComing from Financial Services / Acquiring / Payments ideallyStrong business acumen with excellent communication skillsStrongly analyticalWorks well under pressure.APPLY NOW!
CPL, County Cork, Munster
Investment Analyst The successful applicant will work on the firm’s Investment Team. This is a unique opportunity to gain front office exposure to the analysis and management of a dynamic alternative asset class portfolio.Responsibilities:• Be part of a team that manages the firm’s Portfolio, including a wide range of portfolio management duties such as: • Analysing and understanding the key drivers of the underlying business components. • Monitoring all investments in the Portfolio and understanding the risks. • Preparing analysis for management and assist Portfolio Managers with client communication. • Monitoring corporate actions and internal communication operations. • Researching new investment products and strategies with the firm’s Strategists. • Portfolio construction design and implementation. • Assist with product development and new investment strategies. • Liaise internally with other departments including Sales, Investment Operations, Finance, Risk and Compliance. Qualifications:• Third level qualification in Economics, Finance, or a related discipline. • Further qualification such as CFA / CAIA / ACCA, candidate or willingness to achieve, is desirable. Skills and Experience:• 1 to 3 years’ experience in economics, financial markets research, risk or portfolio management, or similar finance/investment environment. • Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills are essential. • Programming skills are deemed a key advantage. • Working knowledge of markets and investment strategies. • Experience of working with investment managers is preferable. • Results focused with strong attention to detail and accuracy of work. • High level problem solving and investment analytical skills. • Strong personal drive, commitment, energy, and a willingness to learn. • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. • Team player but can also work comfortably on an individual basis. • Adaptable and flexible to changing environments and requirements. • Interest in ESG (Environment, Social and Government) is desirable as key to company ethos. • Demonstrable interest in financial markets, industry trends and in developing knowledge and expertise. APPLY NOW
Senior Energy Analysts
, Dublin, Republic of
Job Tittle: Senior AnalystLocation: Dublin, Ireland / Flexible work policyOur client is the pre-eminent provider of research, analysis, consulting and training to businesses and stakeholders engaged in the GB, Irish & Australian energy markets. They leverage a powerful combination of analytical capability, a detailed appreciation of regulation codes, and policy frameworks and a practical understanding of how markets function for supporting their customers. Additionally, they do Energy Market Modeling, Electricity Market Training, Consulting, Market Intelligence Reports, Publications.They are also regarded as the market leader in their area; with a wide range of businesses valuing their services, and their original research has been cited in the national press and is regularly referenced by front bench politicians. Our client is recently awarded for the 2019 and 2020 FT Management Consultancy Bronze Award in the energy, utilities, and environment sector.The role: As a Senior Analyst you will be responsible to Head of Energy Market Development & required to support their client's Ireland local team with a range of research, analyses, report writing and presenting of your findings.Collect, manage and analyse market data to track and identify evolving trends in the energy industryWrite periodic research notes to communicate arising developments in the energy industry that could lead to new product developmentContribute to the creation of high quality quantitative and quality market reportsSupport client requests by providing quick and comprehensive answers to questions about research findingsWork with marketing team to promote their research, and support client renewals to ensure commercial targets are met.As a Senior Analyst for our client, you will be working with a diverse range of clients on topics and issues that are at the forefront of market change. Knowledge gained will be shared with colleagues across the business to ensure insights are deployed across the company's service delivery.The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic to learn and to work across a range of projects, potentially including supply, generation (renewables/ flexibility), regulation and networks. They will have strong analytical and research experience, and proven-solving capability which will enable them to identify and then clearly provide solutions to clients. They should be comfortable working on several workstreams simultaneously, and to deadlines.Responsibilities: Developing methods of research and analysis to answer the needs of customer project workSupporting the HoEMD in developing and delivering the research subscriptions businessSupport and sometimes lead client meetings under guidance from senior staffPreparing customer proposals and pitch materials, including Invitations to tender and direct client approachesSupporting a range of customer projects, from research to report writing and presentationAssisting team members and other colleagues with the development of core subscription services and training materialsAttending industry events and potentially participating in industry work groups as requiredAdhering to the processes for reporting and quality assurance for consultancy projects Requirements:Knowledge of energy markets supplemented by enthusiasm to learn moreDemonstrate curiosity in all areas of workWell-developed research and analytical skills, including a creative approach to problem solvingStrong writing capabilityStrong quantitative research, analytical and organisational skillsGood communication within the consulting team and to wider teamsPrimary degree in any related discipline. (technical, analytical, political science, etc) (essential)Master's degree (desirable)Energy market experience (essential)Interest and desire to get involved in a variety of projects (Essential)Excel experience (desirable)Ability to synthesise complex technical, regulatory, and commercial issues into a form suitable for presentationExperience with analysis of the Irish (essential) and UK (desirable) gas and power marketsGood judgement and decision-making skills with strong attention to detailStrong organisational and time management skills with the ability to meet and manage strict deadlinesFlexible and adaptable to learning and taking on new tasks and responsibilities in a fast-paced environment. Company Benefits: the opportunity to work and grow in an exciting international company; wide-ranging, varied and stimulating environment; flexible working ; long-term career progression opportunities; equal opportunity employer; competitive salary; company pension scheme; death in service scheme; private health insurance; company share scheme.Interested? Please send your CV and tailored/bespoke covering letter to (url removed)
Senior Project Manager, RIMS (Remote)
Veeva Systems, Dublin, Central Dublin
*The Role*Do you want to lead a high energy team focused on transforming the way Life Sciences companies bring drugs to market? Do you have a relentless passion for delivering successful software implementations? We are looking for curious individuals who enjoy navigating the unknown, who can innovate and develop novel approaches to project delivery while inspiring the team and having fun.You'll leverage your existing background in Life Sciences software implementation, program/project management, and consulting; we'll teach you our products and help you expand your skillset. As a key member of our Professional Services team, you'll be at the forefront of our mission. You'll work side-by-side with customers, understanding their unique challenges and global regulatory needs, assist in architecting tailored solutions, and defining global strategies to help them deploy the system across their enterprise. You'll be a customer advocate, working closely with other Veeva teams (Product, Sales, Strategy) to ensure customer success today and long into the future.*What You'll Do** Lead life sciences customers in the rapid configuration and implementation of software to support regulatory affairs and regulatory operations content and data in the form of the Vault RIM suite (Vault Registrations, Vault Submissions, Vault Submissions Archive, Vault Publishing)* Architect multi-year and multi-phased implementation programs to deploy Vault RIM across an organization globally* Manage and coordinate project teams in support of content management/registration data solution design, prototyping, configuration and documentation* Program and project management including resource planning, leading and motivating a cross-functional team, and project tracking and forecasting* Primary customer liaison managing relationships and communication between the project team, customer and internal stakeholders* Mentor project team and junior consultants in the R&D Services organization* Represent R&D Professional Services across multiple engagements and workstreams (e.g., solution design and configuration, data migration, systems integration, etc.)* Ensure customer success from beginning to end of the engagement life cycle*Requirements** 8+years of system implementation experience, preferably with at least one of the following: Document Management Systems (Documentum, OpenText, Sharepoint); Registration Data Tracking Systems; XEVMPD, IDMP; Submission Publishing and/or Viewing systems* Experience working with life sciences companies with at least a moderate understanding of the drug development process* Experience leading multi-year, multi-million-dollar enterprise-sized implementations* Experience in assembling, planning, resourcing, budgeting and leading project teams* Experience designing and executing effective project governance models for large enterprises* Proven track record with project management processes including change control, risk, issue and conflict resolution* Proven ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders and ensure delivery to a high degree of satisfaction* Experience in reporting to senior/executive level stakeholders* Expert on life sciences compliance and computer systems validation requirements* Must be familiar with project metrics reporting and dashboards* Experience in project management tools such as MS Project and Smartsheet* Must have some background in Business or Functional Analyst project roles* Ability to travel 50-70%; easy access to an airport*Nice To Have** Deep knowledge of drug development processes and regulatory submissions* Direct experience with systems such as Veeva Vault, PAREXEL/LIQUENT InSight, CSC Regulatory Tracker, ArisGlobal Register, OpenText, SharePoint, Documentum, FirstDoc/FirstPoint, NextDocs, CARA, other regulatory information management or submission publishing systems, etc.* Consulting experience, working with a major system integrator or software vendor* PMP Certification preferred* Execution experience with Agile methodology and/or ACP Certification* Portfolio management experience* Experience in contract negotiation and/or procurement
Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects Officer
University of Limerick, Limerick
TITLE OF POST: Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects OfficerLOCATION: University of LimerickREPORTS TO: Director Human Rights, Equality, Diversity & InclusionCONTRACT TYPE: MultiannualSALARY SCALE: €51,186 - €72,682 p.a.Please confirm that you are currently eligible to work in Ireland. Applications by candidates who are not eligible to work in Ireland unfortunately cannot be processed. JOB DESCRIPTION1. Job PurposeThe University of Limerick is committed to integrating equality and human rights (EHR) into its structures, procedures, actions, values and culture. Our vision is to be a leader and role model in EDI in the higher education sector nationally and internationally, and for EDI to be at the heart of all we do. The role of the Human Rights – EDI Office is to promote an inclusive and diverse work and student environment for all. Reporting to the Director Human Rights – EDI the post holder will play an important role in ensuring the promotion and mainstreaming of equality, diversity and inclusion in UL.The post holder will undertake the Institutional application data analysis requirements. They will have responsibility for the provision of guidance and support, both at Faculty/School and department level, on the collation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, setting targets and the measurement of progress against those targets. They will develop a data hub providing accurate up-to-date information to the Institution, Academic and Support Departments across the University seeking Athena SWAN accreditation/renewal and drive the completion of AS Action Plans.Working in a small team, the successful applicant will play a key part in realising the University’s strategic ambitions in respect of Athena SWAN and our Equality and Human Rights Strategy.2. Key AccountabilitiesThe Data Analyst - Athena SWAN/EDI Projects Officer will:Support the Institutional AS SWAN application data analysis and support, Faculty/School/Department AS SWAN submissions by collating, analysing and interpreting complex statistical management information (from various stakeholders, datasets and University groups) to formulate strong applications.Work with faculties/schools/departments across the University collating specialist information to support all submissions.Set up a staff and student data hub available to all department AS leads.Provide technical expertise for advising senior members in the operational aspects of Athena SWAN.Coordinate quantitative data collection and assist with necessary data preparation, analysis and presentation.Organise and manage other data-gathering activities, including surveys and focus groups, to further an understanding of gender-equality related issues in the university and provide an evidence-base for action.Maintain a risk register and continuous improvements log, provide regular reporting and maintain all the project documentation in line with best practice project management methodologies.Gather benchmarking data, support data analysis, set targets and monitor progress and achievements against targets set and measure impact of initiatives.Provide support and advice on Human Rights, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion projects.With the Director Human Rights (HR) – EDI implement a communications strategy around the University’s Athena SWAN agenda via workshops, written communications and a dedicated online presence.Map baseline activity across the University which supports good practice for the advancement and promotion of gender equality across all disciplines.Support the compiling of future applications at School/Department and Central Support Unit levels.Collaborate with the Director HR-EDI, and the Learning and Development function to develop initiatives, events and programmes that further EDI/Gender Equality across the institution.Undertake such other duties commensurate with the grade of the post, as may reasonably be required by the Direct HR-EDI.Identify opportunities for funding.3. Context3a Key Working Relationships & ContactsReports to the Director Human Rights – EDI in UL. Will interact regularly with Deans, Athena SWAN leads, Athena SWAN Network members.Will have contact with individuals from across the full spectrum of the University.May participate in the activities of sectoral bodies and international bodies with prior approval of the Director HR-EDI.Maintains and builds external contacts with suppliers and providers of services.3b Working Environment/Special CircumstancesThe post holder works from an office location or from home, as designated by the Director Human Rights, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion.3c Job BoundariesContributes to the development of business plans for the HR-EDI Unitproject management of operational plans.Monitors progress and ensures that corrective action is taken to meet targets.Must possess excellent organisational and time management skills and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.4. Dimensions (Budget, Staff, Customer, Operational, Administrative)Contribute to forward financial and resources planning, including promoting cost effectiveness/value for money.5. Knowledge, Functional Skills, Experience & QualificationsKnowledgeCompetence in managing and analysing statistical and/or financial data, including drawing down of data from systems such as CORE HR or equivalent. EssentialExperience in data gathering, analysis and report preparation and ability to conduct research via methods including surveys and focus groups. EssentialAbility to communicate complex information, including data analysis, to suit the needs of different audiences. EssentialAbility to conduct empirical research (such as surveys or focus groups) and to analyse and present data. EssentialExperience managing projects with a demonstrable capacity to work with, and effectively influence, all stakeholders from a variety of disciplines on cross-institutional collaborative projects, in a higher education or similar environment. EssentialRelevant experience of interrogating multiple connected and disconnected bespoke business systems across an organisation and pulling that information into accessible formats and presenting recommendations and conclusions in support of business decision making. EssentialFunctional/Work-based Skills Experience and proficiency across a platform of relevant data analytic software e.g. Microsoft Office, Excel, SPSS. EssentialWritten communication: must have excellent verbal written communication skills must be able to communicate and write clearly, concisely and error free. EssentialOral communication: ability to communicate convincingly and confidently whilst explaining complex and intricate solutions. EssentialExcellent organisational and time management skills and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. EssentialProven ability to work on own initiative and to handle multiple priorities. EssentialExperienceA minimum 4 years’ experience working in an environment involving direct responsibility for collecting, analysing, reviewing and presenting data to inform strategic decision making. EssentialProven ability to work independently and use initiative. EssentialRelevant experience of successful project co-ordination across a range of activities and managing competing priorities to achieve milestones on schedule providing specialist, professional advice, support and/or training.Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills; including content generation, data capture and analysis (qualitative and quantitative), report-writing, document presentation and process visualisation skills. EssentialAbility to assimilate and analyse information quickly and accurately, and to think strategically under pressure, formulate decisions and make recommendations, often to tight deadlines EssentialExperience of working in the Higher Education Sector. DesirableExperience of Athena SWAN applications – institutional and/or School. DesirableExperience in creating and maintaining business dashboards through the use of data visualisations to simplify complex datasets. DesirableQualificationsDegree or equivalent qualification, with a strong data handling/analysis element. EssentialPostgraduate qualification in project management/data analytics. Desirable6. Behavioural CompetenciesCustomer Focus (Level 4)Understands who the customer is and is willing and able to deliver high quality services; which meets the needs and exceeds the expectations of all customers. Constantly strives to find new ways to increase customer satisfaction. Planning & Organising (Level 4)Organises own time effectively, creates own work schedules, prioritises workload, prepares in advance and sets realistic timescales.Monitors progress towards operational or strategic objectives. Makes sure all activity and resources are used efficiently and effectively.Using Initiative, Achieving Goals (Level 4)Ability to focus efforts and energy on successfully achieving standards of excellence in delivery of goals and objectives. Thinks ahead, identifies opportunities and independently takes action to influence events where appropriate. Is accountable for meeting objectives to the required standard.Decision Making & Problem Solving (Level 4)Ability to analyse situations, diagnose problems, identify the key issues, establish and evaluate alternative courses of action and produce a logical, practical and acceptable solutionsEffective Communication (Level 4)Ability to effectively communicate; both verbally and in writing, with individuals and groups. Ensures there is an effective flow of information in terms of awareness and understanding. Is flexible and able to use varying styles and methods of communication.Team & Collaborative working (Level 4)Ability to work co-operatively within a group and across UL to achieve UL goals in a respectful manner. Fosters a collegiate environment. Understands and is tolerant of differing needs and viewpoints.Ability to build and maintain effective relationships and networks. This may be in relation to contacts, both inside and outside the university who can provide information, assistance and support.Innovation & Creative Thinking (Level 4)Ability to develop new insights into situations and apply innovative solutions to make improvements. Creates a work environment that encourages creative thinking and innovation in the design of programmes and processes.Change, Adaptability and Flexibility (Level 4)Flexible and comfortable adapting current work practices and procedures to respond to changing/different situations. To embrace change, take intelligent/measured risks, and support others to engage in the change process. Continuous Development (Level 4)Recognises that continuous development is essential for success in any role, and takes steps to develop self, and helps others to excel at what they do. Thinking & Acting Strategically (Level 4)Understands the purpose, context, goals, and objectives of the University, their own area, and how there are strategically interlinked. Demonstrates an understanding of how current actions will impact on longer term business objectives.
CPL, Dublin, Leinster
Our client is looking to hire a Pricing Analyst for one of Irelands largest providers of payment solutions, with extensive operations globally.Job Description:· Support and maintain pricing related to Scheme and Interchange Fees· Analyse and review Scheme documentation in relation to changes for Interchange and Scheme fees to present to the Pricing manager in order to coordinate changes· Support complex pricing queries· Reconciliation and account balancing· Update Scheme fees in line with fee changesJob Requirements:· Experience in Accounting/Financial Management· Coming from Financial Services / Acquiring / Payments ideally· Strong business acumen with excellent communication skills· Strongly analytical· Works well under pressure.APPLY NOW!
Senior Business Analyst
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
The opportunityBy joining the Technology Consulting team, you will be helping companies solve a whole range of tasks from the requirement to respond to the ever-changing demands of the market, to applying comprehensive cost reductions and implementing of ERP systems. As part of this growing team, you will also get to help shape the innovative culture that makes EY such a great place to work.This is a Senior Manager position. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be a key member in growing our Business & Technical Analysis practice.If you have a keen interest in technology as well as intellectual curiosity and energy, then Technology Consulting could be exactly the right place for you.Your key responsibilitiesAs a Business or Technical Design Lead, you will build valuable relationships with our clients through demonstrating exceptional delivery. You will be a key member within the Business & Technical Analysis team, and will help provide insight and expertise in order to help the team achieve strategic targets. You will get the opportunity to lead out EY teams on client engagements, while establishing and building strong client relationships. You’ll have the responsibility to help grow and win new business by contributing to proposals and client presentations. You will also get to draw on your skills and experience, creating innovative insights for clients looking to develop their change agenda to deliver value and improve their operations.Skills and attributes for success•Strong analytical and problem-solving skills•Eager to build valued relationships with both our clients and your peers across EY•Strong drive to excel professionally, and to guide and motivate others•Strives to identify new opportunities and helping create proposals to help solve our client’s most complex problems•Passion for developing people through effectively coaching and mentoring more junior members of staff•A continued ambition to further develop and learn, fostering an interest in innovative technologiesTo qualify for the role, you must have•At least 8 years within a consulting firm, industry or government organisation•A strong track record in consulting•A strong academic record including a third level degree, preferably in a business or IT related area•Experience in one or more of our focus industries, including Utilities and Public Sector•Experience as a Design Lead – e.g. Agile Design, Process Design, Op Model Design, Technology Delivery Lead•Industry standard certifications•Experience operating in a fast paced, multi-vendor environment•Experience in business development such as client relationship management and proposal supportFor a confidential and discreet conversation to understand more about this Technology role, please contact John Howe on +353 1 592 7868 or email [email protected].
Junior PMO Analyst
Hays Specialist Recruitment, Antrim, North
Systems Analyst IFRS17 - Dublin City Centre €500-550 Per Day
I.T. Alliance N.I. Ltd, Dublin, Central Dublin
Ref. 128054 Our client is a highly regarded Insurance and Financial Services Multinational with significant experience in the Irish Market. They now have an immediate requirement for a Senior Systems Analyst to assist with their IFRS17 regulatory programme This role would suit Business Analysts or MI reporting specialists with a technical background and experience in the actuarial/accounting/finance sectors - A strong knowledge of how IFRS17,will impact on these sectors would be a particular advantage For ambitious candidates, this role offers the chance to work with cutting edge Financial Services sector technologies for a highly reputable company that will add serious quality to the experience section of any CV. Essential Candidate Requirements: Ideally hold a degree in Business, Computer Science or other relevant area, but appropriate combinations of certification and relevant experience may suffice 3-5 years as a System Analyst in the actuarial/accounting/finance industry A strong knowledge of how IFRS17, will impact on these sectors would be a particular advantage Experience in leading the requirement analysis for new systems, with integration to existing systems across a diverse landscape of technologies Experience in detailed analysis techniques with the ability to translate into comprehensive documentation which can be understood by Business and IT alike Communication of documentation, and getting business approval for same Proficiency in database queries and data structures Ability to contribute to QA test plans, test strategies, and assist in the execution of test efforts Experience working with recognised IT delivery processes and methodology Excellent team player Excellent communication skills Self-motivated with a positive and flexible attitude Ability to set and work to strict project deadlines IMPORTANT - All applicants must have immediate availability to work in the EU as our client cannot provide any kind of Visa or Work Permit sponsorship at present. To Apply For more information on this role, please contact Níall or send current CV along with brief cover letter through this site
Aviva Ireland are excited to announce we have opportunities for Pricing Analysts to join our growing Personal Lines Pricing Team.This team of qualified and trainee actuaries delivers technical and street pricing insights, claim policy analysis, recommendations to the business, and fair pricing for Aviva customers. The position allows for collaborating with a variety key stakeholder in a partnership approach for the benefit of the Aviva Ireland, with our shared goals and values.This is a strong opportunity to cement a role of growth and support in a team planning to become more innovation focused, while still problem-solving sophisticated issues in Personal Lines insurance.The role's duties & responsibilitiesAs a Personal Lines Pricing Analyst, you will be responsible for providing accurate, timely and complete analysis, reports, models and explanations. Your responsibilities will be: Carrying out modelling to translate technical pricing into street pricing and customer behavioural modellingAnalysing risk mix changes and the impact of proposed price changesBuilding and providing analysis/responses to price and rate queriesGiving pricing support for error remediation & investigations Skills & experiences required: Any previous pricing experience in a commercial environment is desirable, but recent graduates with actuarial internship experience is also acceptableEvidence of strong analytical skillsKnowledge of the Irish insurance marketPartly qualified or a degree in actuarial, statistical or mathematical subject areasBackground of programming skills - experience of Python, SQL, Emblem or Radar being a distinct advantage What will you get for this role? A competitive salary depending on location, skills, experience and qualificationsGenerous defined contribution pension schemeAnnual performance related bonus and pay reviewHoliday allowance of 25 days plus bank holidays and the option to buy/sell up to 5 additional daysUp to 40% discount for some Aviva products through "My Aviva Extras" plus discounts for Friends and Family (some exclusions apply)Excellent range of flexible benefits to include a matching share save scheme Additional InformationOne of Aviva's core values is Care More, and this is brought to life through the flexible ways we like to work. This may include working from home some of the time, or flexible work schedules to accommodate parent and carer responsibilities, further studies and hobbies.Our diversity and inclusion policies and initiatives are shaping an environment where everyone feels welcome regardless of age, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, religion, culture, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, maternity or those with other caring responsibilities.Our approach helps to ensure that Aviva is a place which values difference and provides equal opportunities for all.
Junior PMO Analyst
Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited, Antrim, North