Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Accounting Administrator in Ireland"
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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Accounting Administrator in Ireland"
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Among similar professions in Ireland the highest-paid are considered to be Audit Assistant. According to our website the average salary is 5417 GBP. In the second place is Insurance Manager with a salary 5417 GBP, and the third - Audit Manager with a salary 4584 GBP.
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Pensions AdministratorAn exciting position has become available for a full time Pensions Administrator to join a knowledgeable and friendly team based in Dublin (D07 E363). The successful candidate will earn a competitive salary. If you have previous pensions or financial services experience or are interested in starting in the industry this is a perfect opportunity to further your career and join a fantastic company.Role RequirementsAt a minimum you will be required to have completed your Leaving Certificate. Ideally you will be educated to degree level or equivalent, but this is not essential.Excellent communication skillsGood telephone mannerStrong customer focusExcellent organisational skillsAbility to manage numerous tasks simultaneouslyHigh levels of accuracy and attention to detailExcellent interpersonal skillsStrong working knowledge of MS office packagesA good knowledge of pensions as well as the regulations that govern them would be an advantageRole ResponsibilitiesActing as administrator and point of contact for pre and post retirement plans (PRSAs, PRBs and ARFs)Communicating with financial advisors and liaising with clients, investment managers, insurance companies etc. in a timely and professional mannerValidating and processing requests from Brokers in a timely manner relating to our pension contractsCompleting all regulatory compliance requirementsMaintenance and updating of existing client recordsManaging queries from financial advisors and clients directlyDelivering a first-class service to our clients in line with our company policies and proceduresAssuming responsibility for any additional tasks and projectsCompany + BenefitsOur client is one of the few providers in the market that offer a full range of pension products on a self-invested basis. This includes Personal Retirement Savings Accounts, Personal Retirement Bonds, Approved (Minimum) Retirement Funds and Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes. Their products offer clients flexibility and real choice when it comes to their pension investments.Full training and development will be provided to help you grow your pensions knowledge and to enhance your future career opportunities. Why should you apply? The opportunity to join a fantastic company who will help you develop and grow your careerTo become part of an excellent teamTo expand on your current knowledge and skill setIf you’re the ideal candidate our client is looking for, please send your CV by clicking the APPLY buttonKeywords: Pension, Administrator, Pensions, PRSAs, PRBs, AVC arrangements, ARFs, Admin, Clerical, Pension Scheme
Mulranny Day Centre Housing CLG, Mallaranny, County Mayo
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties Duties to include keeping records of attendance, payroll, some accounting duties, submitting claim forms, and general office duties.
CUAN MHUIRE TEORANTA, Bruree House, Ballynoe, County Limerick
Application Details Share Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and in receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more or 18 years and over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the Department. You can register your interest by selecting the ‘Register your interest’ button or you can contact a case officer in your local Intreo Centre. Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form. Job Description Duties This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.Must be computer literate ie. MS Word, MS Excel, Gmail, good typing skills.Experience in computerised packages and payroll desirable.Answer and direct phone calls.Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports.Develop and maintain a filing system.Generate reports.Carry out administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, scanning. Insight into Revenue Online System (ROS) would be adventageous.Full training will be provided.This position may be suitable for people in recovery and mainstream Community Employment.
Finance Administrator / Accounts assistant
Morgan McKinley, Limerick, ie
URGENT requirement for a Leading organisation looking for a Finance Administrator in Limerick. Progressive and friendly organisation looking for a hands on candidate. Fantastic opportunity to further your experience in a progressive company. This opportunity will be on a Permanent basis.Duties:Assist with day-to-day operations of a fast paced and changing environment.Provide clerical and administrative supportEnsuring accuracy while dealing with high volumes of important documents and often-sensitive documentation.Deal with other members of the organization and muti-disciplinary teams in a professional manner.SkillsAccounting Technician Qualification or similar is advantageousPrevious experience in a similar role (accounts/book keeping/admin)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.
Financial Services Administrator
Brook Street Recruitment Ltd is currently recruiting for a Financial Services Administrator on behalf of a leading Financial Services firm based in Belfast. This is a full-time and permanent position.Our client is an established Financial Services firm who provide a first class advice on a range of policies to high net-worth individuals.You will be responsible for providing administrative support and their clients. This is an exciting time to be part of a leading firm, providing you with fantastic personal development opportunities.DUTIES* Preparing client valuations, application forms and meeting documentation for annual reviews.* Scheduling LOAs to providers and managing the return of policy documentation.* Providing professional customer service to new and existing clients via telephone, email and face to face when required.* Using financial planning software to create, record and update client records and ensuring these are kept up-to-date.* Communicating and liaising effectively with external product providers as and when required, to obtain policy specific information.* Continue to develop your knowledge and understanding of any change in legislation and processes, internally and externally, which may impact your role.* Other administrative duties required to fulfil role successfully.Essential criteria* At least 3 year`s experience within Financial Planning, Pensions or Investments* Strong experience with Microsoft Packages* Strong numerical and literacy skillsPackageThe salary for this role is dependent on experience and has a great benefits package. £22-28K DOE
Senior Life and Pensions Administrator
Eden Recruitment, Dublin, Central Dublin
We're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an exciting company. Duties & Responsibilities: * Technical Analysis * Client interaction * Preparation of suitability statements * Compliance procedures * New business processing * Analysis of existing client arrangements * Report preparation * Management of client queries * Experience working with life and Penions administration of individual clients * Experience in a brokerage firm, financial institution or Life Office. * Technical knowledge of insurance, pension & investment products * General knowledge of investment markets; * General numeric skills * Technical, accurate and with a good eye for detail * Well organised * Work to tight deadlines * Flexible and ability to multi-task * Client focused * Ability to follow procedures / processes
My client is currently looking for an experienced Finance Administrator to join their team. Key ResponsibilitiesPurchase OrdersProcurementMaintain Creditors’ LedgerPayment ListWeekly PayrollCredit Cards and Employee expenses claims Reception CoverOtherPersonal Attributes & SkillsMust be highly motivated with an ability to take ownership of delegated work;Strong analytical, numerical and organisational skills;Proven strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills;Must enjoy working as part of a professional finance team;Highly conscientious, flexible and detail conscious with the ability to work off own initiative;Strong end user computing skills with high level proficiency in MS Office (particularly Excel).QualificationsAn Accounting Technician or similar qualification would be advantageous.Work ExperienceMinimum of 3 years relevant accounting experience;Previous Accounts Payables experience essential;Essential experience with payroll packages, especially Sage Micropay;Experience with accounting packages, idealy Sun Accounts.
Research Accountant / Administrator (Permanent - Research Development Office
The Research Development - Finance Office wishes to appoint a Research Accountant / Administrator in the area of Financial and Research Administration. The person will join the existing team in the financial administration of externally funded research grants and will report to the Research Finance Officer. Pre-award support and production of timely accurate and efficient financial information in relation to the University’s funded research projects is the core function of the Office. The role will based in the Research Development Office which reports to the Director of Research Development under the remit of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.The successful applicant will support the day-to-day functioning of the RDO Finance team and will be involved in providing a range of financial services and general supports to the research community within the University. The job will involve the preparation, financial control and management of budgets and financial reports for external funding agencies, assisting Principal Investigators (PIs) to manage the financial aspects of their research, liaising with Senior Officers of the University. The role also involves audit preparation and planning.
Payroll and Office Administrator
ACCOUNTING ANYTIME LIMITED, Sligo, County Sligo
Job Description Share Accounting Anytime is a well-established professional services company specialising in business process outsourcing solutions. From payroll to financial transactions, we support businesses with combined best practice streamlined technologies, allowing clients to focus on what matters most.We are currently looking for a highly motivated Payroll/Office Administrator to play a vital part in the day-to-day running of this fast-growing business.Duties and Responsibilities:•Weekly/Monthly Payroll Processing•Processing Employer Returns to Revenue•Posting monthly payroll journals to accounting software•Updating email templates for clients, managing mailing lists•Client Newsletter preparation for social media•Assisting in the new client onboarding•Scheduling appointments/dealing with phone calls•Other admin as requiredRequirements:•Experience in payroll (BrightPay preferrable)•IPASS payroll training desirable/Accounting Technician•Proficiency in Microsoft Office•Excellent organisational and planning capabilities•Excellent interpersonal, oral & written communication skills with the ability to effectively interact with clients•Work as part of a team•Attention to detail and accuracy of work•Ability to meet deadlines and deliver reports required•Able to work on own initiativeHours and remuneration:•Monday to Friday 8.30-4.00 with 30 mins unpaid break•Pay to be agreed based on experience•Position is office-based Career Level Experienced [Non-Managerial] Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 0
Accounts Payable Administrator
Morgan McKinley, Cork, ie
New Accounts Payable position looking for someone to start ASAP! Ideally looking for someone with 1-2 years experience working in an Accounts Payable position. My client, an established business in Cork, is looking for an Accounts Payable Administrator to work with their Finance Team.This is initially a 3 months temporary contract.This role will support an Accounts Payable Team within the business.Responsibilities:Process invoices accurately in accordance with the company's corporate policies and procedures.Management of weekly supplier payments runsEnsure all invoices are paid within agreed credit terms.Perform month end closePerform monthly supplier account reconciliations.Maintain and develop strong working relationships with suppliers to ensure a high level of customer service.Assist in preparation of audits for external and internal auditors.Requirements:1-2 years experience working in an Accounts Payable positionExperience using SAP is an advantageExcellent organization skills and detail-oriented.If you are available immediately and looking for a new Accounts Payable opportunity, then get in touch with me today to discuss this further.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.
Hays, Cork, Galway, IE
Your new companyWould you like to work for one of Ireland’s leading banks? Their offices in either Cork or Galway City are currently looking for a Banking Administrator to join their team in either of their offices. You will be joining a flexible working environment with great room for development.Your new roleYou’ll provide the highest standards in customer relationship management to a portfolio of customers across a number of sectors, developing positive and professional working relationships with key internal and external teams. You’ll offer a solution-based approach and provide support to the wider team as required. You’ll carry out data Entry, Quality Assurance of Documentation and Sampling.What you'll need to succeedYou have great Microsoft Office experience, ideally with previous experience working in a Bank. You have excellent attention to detail and strive in a fast-paced environment. You love continuous improvement of systems and strive to improve efficiency in your work and are very results focus. You’re also a keen team player who loves collaboration.What you'll get in returnYou'll gain invaluable insight into working in one of Ireland's leading retail Banks. What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
Credit Control and Billing Administrator 35K Dublin south
As a Patient Billings Administrator, you will be required to operate as a key part of the patient coordinator team to ensure records, regarding payments for services are up to date and processed in line with billings protocols.The Patient Billings Administrator is a key point of contact for all Clinic Patients on account information.Duties will include:Maintain up-to-date records of patient demographic information on data collection systems Daily review of payments. Respond to patient queries regarding billing and account information Monitor unpaid invoices and engage with patients on payment processes Prepare and review weekly debtors reports Perform administrative tasks such as receiving phone calls, replying to emails, orders and preparation of reports Process patient statements, review transactions, and ensure accuracy of inputted data Process payments & refunds Ensure compliance with standard procedures and policies in performing job operations Liaise closely with the finance department regarding refunds and/or bad debt Providing support to patients with clinic information and other required data The ideal candidate will have 2 yrs + experience working in Credit control or billing ideally within a medical set up Competent in understanding accounting and bookkeeping techniques to process and track billings Accuracy and attention to detail Adept at courteously interacting with patients to setup medical payments Competent in providing clear and concise information to patients by telephone. Understands and follows established invoicing and billings process and proceduresSalary up to 35K DOE. Perm contractWorking Hours 9am – 5:30pmMonday to Friday. Occasional weekend work maybe required
Business Support Administrator
Project People, Londonderry, North
Business Support Administrator Derry The role holder will provide a support service to a specialist team (such as Security, Asset Management, Information Management, Resource Management) to ensure problems and queries are resolved in a timely and efficient manner. Key Accountability's: * Provides a specialised support role (as defined locally) for a service delivery unit, business area or team. Ensures the role supports the reliability and purpose of the area and looks to improve the service given to the customer (either internally or externally) through timely and efficient resolutions of tasks, Problems or queries. * Analysis and diagnosing problems or issues. Make an analysis of a potential problems or issues, diagnosis and make potential recommendation for resolution to the team leader or manager in order to maintain appropriate service for the business unit, area or team. * Working for others. Liaises with own business area or team as well as throughout in order to maintain the appropriate working relationships and meet the requirements of the business unit, area or team. * Planning, organising and monitoring work. Recognises changes in priorities for the team and own workload and takes necessary action to achieve targets. Storing and reporting information. Maintains appropriate data relevant to the specified role for the business area or team to ensure accurate records and the ability to report when necessary to management. Experience and Qualifications: * Experience with in Administration * Experience working with Microsoft packages - Word, Excel, outlook * Ability to prioritises work task and manager work load * Good communication skills * Ability to pick up task quickly and effectively Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Hays, Dublin City, IE
Your new companyA position has arisen for a strong Accounts Administrator on a permanent basis in Dublin City Centre. The role involves administration as well as finance. The role is an excellent position for someone to grow into a finance position and take on more complex tasks such as budgets and forecast as they progress in the role. You will be required to attend an event on behalf of the organisation atleast once per month, but this will be paid on a over-time basis. Your new roleYour role will involve the management of all debtors and creditors. processing bank reconciliations, preparing reports on an ad hoc basis. managing events and organising venues, updating customer files on the CRM system, prepare logistics on behalf of management, manage diaries. What you'll need to succeedIdeally, you will be ATI qualified or pursing a qualification. You will atleast 3 years accounts experience as well as strong administration skills. You will be highly organised and will be competent with IT systems.What you'll get in return You will receive a salary of €35,000 dependant on experience. Annual leave entitlement is 21 days as you will also receive a pension once past probation. Flexible working options available.What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
Due to the significant business growth, our client currently has opportunities for Account Administrator. Location: Based in Dublin 15 Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Responsibilities:• Responsible for supporting the sales ledger function, carrying out tasks as requested to meetthe required deadlines• General bookkeeping tasks which will include purchasing orders/invoicing/ daily bank reconciliation and liaising with customers• Assist with end of year Audits• Accounts payable / Accounts Receivable • VAT/VIES Requirements:• Experience in a similar role • Outstanding organisational skills • Excellent attention to detail • Experience with using Xero or Sage 50 or Sage Payroll For more information on the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org