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Operations Client Manager
Macquarie Group, Dublin, IE
Operations Client Manager Join a fast moving, dynamic business where you will be provided with outstanding training, gain hands on experience and have responsibility for a range of clients. Our expanding Specialised and Asset Finance division is looking for an Operations Client Manager to join our business, which focuses on: leasing and asset finance tailored debt and finance solutions asset remarketing, sourcing and trading. As an experienced Operations Client Manager, you will provide high levels of service and operational support to a portfolio of new and existing clients. With your exceptional communication skills, you will work closely with cross functional internal teams; including sales, credit, legal and tax, on new and existing leases and manage through to the end of their life cycle. You will also be responsible for supporting and engaging with new business by ensuring documentation, system requirements and internal controls are satisfied at all times. With prior experience in a similar client services or operational role, gained within a related industry, you will be able to demonstrate excellent client service skills as well as a high level or organisational ability with the commitment to follow through on tasks to completion every time. You will have an excellent academic background with tertiary qualifications in accounting, finance or similar, and be at an intermediate or above level when using Microsoft Excel. If you possess additional European language skills, that would be a plus. If you are looking for the right opportunity to further your career, please apply now. About Commodities and Global Markets Commodities and Global Markets provides clients with an integrated, end-to-end offering across global markets including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths, and an inclusive workplace enables us to embrace that diversity to deliver more innovative and sustainable solutions for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. At Macquarie, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If you're inspired to deliver on our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future', we want you on our team. If you need adjustments made to the recruitment process, please reach out to your recruiter. As an inclusive employer, Macquarie does not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief. Joining Macquarie means you'll be able to work in a way that suits you best. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. Talk to us about what working arrangements would help you thrive.
Finance Investment Associate
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Finance Investment Operations Department of a multi national insurance company as a Finance Investment Associate . The successful candidate will report to the Finance Investment Operations Manager and will assist them in the control of Investment accounts for IFRS and Solvency II as well as administer and maintain data quality of Group Investment Accounting Systems (SimCorp). They will have the potential to work on a multi project discipline spanning across several international markets and working environmentKey Contribution Areas •Support Investment accounting process, running, maintaining, controlling and improving the investment operating model•Responsible for ensuring that Investment Solvency II reporting (QRTs) are submitted on time and to high standards.•Monthly delivery of Investment Accounting numbers to Group entities•Creation and maintenance of all Finance Investment process and procedure documents•Support the review of Investment Fees calculations•Review and ensure accuracy of all NAVs of Investment Assets produced by our outsourced partners•Regular BAU reporting including metrics•Ensure adequate documentation of all tasks undertaken (including supporting /completing as needed)•Support the Finance Investment Operations Manager on any changes in the operating model•Support in the embedding risk culture and control framework within Group Finance including identification of risks and controls and remedial actions to address all pointsPersonal Capabilities Required•Ability to work on both a structured and unstructured basis and must have a ‘can do’ attitude•Strong technical and problem-solving skills•Good organisation skills, time management and willingness to work to tight deadlines•Attention to details, quality driven mentality and high standards of accuracy•Ability to review large volumes of documents to glean out relevant portions pertaining to the finance investment operation team•Strong relationship building and stakeholder engagement skills•Given the nature of this role, this individual will need to be comfortable and thrive in an environment of change and, at times, uncertainty.Functional or Technical Knowledge and Skill Required•Recently Qualified or currently pursuing an accounting qualification (ACA/ACCA) or holds MSc in Finance•Experience in Investment Accounting (ideally covering IFRS and Solvency II reporting) including a working knowledge on Investment Funds (NAVs)•Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a Finance or Investments role in the Financial Services/Insurance industry•Experience of working in a dynamic company environment with an appreciation of both BAU and more project like work•Have excellent PC skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc.) specifically with advanced excel skillsIf you’re interested in this or other financial services jobs, please contact Conal O'Connor on e-mail [email protected] or 01 5927858 or click below
Our client has an urgent requirement for a Finance Manager to join their team. Super opportunity for the right candidate.Overview:Ensure high-quality financial reporting and forecasting to our parent company in the UK.Shape and direct a divisional finance function the company at this important growth stage. Crucial to the success of the business is the recruitment of an individual who can build relationships with the management team and ensure the integrity of all the accounting and financial operations, providing technical expertise and commercial acumen, and striving to build a stronger, more profitable and well-controlled finance function. The Finance Manager will be expected to lead the effective operation and delivery of day-to-day financial controls and operations, and to contribute to both short-term forecasting and long-term strategic planning processes.Key Working RelationshipsParent company finance function (based in UK), including group chief finance officer and group financial controllerChief operating officerCompany functional / department heads1 direct report responsible for management accounting and accounts payable / receivable.Outsourced accounting services providerStatutory and regulatory bodies including Companies Registration Office, Revenue CommissionersExternal suppliers including statutory auditors and tax advisors, banking providers and finance systems supportDuties & ResponsibilitiesManagement of the day-to-day finance function, including operations conducted by the Company's outsourced accounting services provider, with reporting lines to the chief operating officer (based in Ireland) and the group financial controller (based in UK).Inspiring the development of 1 local direct report (management accountant) through a structured approach to objective-setting, performance assessment and feedback, and ensuring that this team remains adequately-resourced as the business grows.Establishing, implementing, monitoring and improving internal controls and procedures where necessary.Timely production of GAAP-compliant statutory and internal financial reports and delivery to Group thereafter.Ownership of VAT accounting and VAT return process for the Company's global operations.Management of the (annual) statutory audit process.Maintenance of financial ledgers and accounting processes, including ownership of period-end close.Preparation of monthly consolidated P&L, balance sheet and cash flow, including variance analysis.Cash management and treasury duties, including liaison with the group’s general counsel and external banking providers to ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.Monitoring and reporting of accounts receivable processes, including outstanding debtor reporting and bad debt provisioning.Ongoing monitoring and improvement of the finance systems environment, in partnership with the group IT function.Leadership of the annual financial budget and periodic re-forecasting processes, including preparation of presentation materials for the board.As part of a wider, cross-functional business effort, ensure that finance requirements are adequately captured and satisfied within proposed student management system implementation.Person SpecificationA fully qualified ACA/ACCA/CIMA with previous financial control and management reporting experience.Understands the importance of best practice technical reporting and financial controls / processes and has experience of implementing them on an operational level.Has a track record of providing strong financial leadership internally, especially around areas such as cash management and establishing strong financial controls and rigorous processes.Strong communication skills, including the ability to clearly present and articulate financial data and its real-world implications to a wide range of financial and non-financial stakeholders.Has experience of dealing with and managing external suppliers and professional advisors on behalf of the business.Should be a self-starter, enthusiastic with the ability to operate in a dynamic environment.Demonstrate good attention to detail and good judgement, showing logical decision making and a hands-on approach.Proven ability to manage, motivate and develop a team.Hard-working, diligent and a team player. Someone who can successfully engage at all levels of the business.For more information please send an up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance Manager,Grade 5,1FTE,CÚRAM
NUI Galway, Galway, County Galway
Job Description Share Applications are invited for an appointment as Finance Manager at NUI Galway. The Financial Manager will be responsible for managing the financial planning and operational functions of CÚRAM encompassing a range of research projects.For informal enquiries, please contact Iain Shaw, Operations Director, Email email@example.com +353 (0)86 6070255Additional information on CÚRAM is available at: www.curamdevices.ieInformation on the University's Strategic Plan is available at: http://www.nuigalway.ie/strategy2025/Salary: €52,728 to €71,440 p.a (applicable to new entrants effective from January, 2011)(This appointment will be made on the Grade 5 scale in line with current Government pay policy)Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (Irish Time) on Thursday 29th July 2021. It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date.Garda vetting may apply. Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at www.dbei.ieFor more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ Applications should be submitted online.Please note that appointment to posts advertised will be dependent upon University approval, together with the terms of the Employment Control Framework for the higher education sector.National University of Ireland Galway is an equal opportunities employer.**Please refer to separate information booklet for details on application and appointment procedure** Career Level Not Required Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 0
CPL, County Galway, Connaught
FINANCE MANAGERMy client, a rapidly growing medical device organisation, seeks to hire an experienced finance manager. You will be responsible for coordinating and controlling the full range of complex accounting functions for the required regions. This role will be responsible for the general accounting functions and management of team members within the GL function for that region. You will be responsible for co-ordinating, reviewing and signing off on all GL activities for your regions, as well as managing the successful on-boarding and integration of finance transformation activities into and out of the business as required. This is a permanent role, working remotely initially with a view to a hybrid model (TBC) in the future RESPONSIBILITIES · Assist in the preparation of Monthly Financial Reports, Annual Financial Statements and any other internal or external reports required, ensuring that they are completed in a timely, accurate and efficient manner.· Responsible for the Performance management of the team, ensuring that the ‘Can do’ process is maintained, SMART goals are set and that team members receive relevant and timely feedback on an ongoing basis.· Organising the workload for the team and ensuring that the right resources are available and trained to the highest standard.· Responsible for the Induction and training of new team members ensuring that the highest levels of training are delivered and measured.· Drive Continuous Improvement to streamline processes.· Assist in the co-ordination of the daily workflow of the accounting team including the completion of detailed account analysis and reconciliation of all general ledger accounts.· Assist in transition of GL functions both into and out of the SBS.· Manage both local and Philippines based GL Accounting teams.· Develop new and streamline existing processes and systems as required to ensure more efficient delivery of value add information to both internal and external stakeholders.· Prepare and analyse cost information for presentation to and review by divisional managers.· Be an effective team player who will drive efficiency and continuous improvement throughout the department.· Provide day to day cover for Team when members are absent in particular when critical deadlines need to be met.· Manage the preparation of monthly financial reports for defined entity/ region, ensuring they are completed in a timely, accurate and efficient manner.· Review of entities balance sheet reconciliations at month end.· Review entities monthly accruals & prepayments to ensure all items are accurately captured.· Review of entities Income statement variance analysis on a monthly and quarterly basis.· Review of entities compliance with US GAAP revenue recognition criteria.· Review significant revenue contracts for in scope entities to ensure compliance with corporate revenue recognition guidelines.· Support in transition of functions (Record to Report in particular) to other locations globally· Ensure delivery of all ad hoc reporting requirements as they arise and manage and review reports for accuracy prior to publication.· Interface with corporate tax and treasury on all matters that impact the business unit including tax strategies. · Collaboration with external audit staff for periodic year-end review procedures and local statutory audits as required.· Provision of input on local finance policies and procedures ensuring ongoing compliance for all accounting and finance operations.· Participation in ongoing policy and control environment development to ensure compliance with applicable internal control regulations.· Enhancement of existing processes and development of new ones to ensure the most efficient completion of duties.· Provision of technical expertise, support and guidance to the accounting group.· Promote team work within the group.· Develop relationships with both internal and external customers.· Liaise efficiently with corporate and with the other IT business subsidiaries throughout the world.· Provide training and support where possible to the Finance teams in Galway and Philippines.· Ensure that the internal control environment is operating as intended and that any improvements are implemented in a timely fashion· Provide assistance to the worldwide finance organization where required.· Other duties & projects as assigned by the Finance Manager.REQUIREMENTS· Accounting Qualification – ACA, ACCA, CIMA.· Third Level Degree or equivalent· 5+ year’s relevant experience – preferably with Shared Service Centre and multinational corporation background.· SAP/Oracle or other major ERP Systems experience is desirable.· Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential.· Able to work alone to understand and summarise financial data into high quality, accurate and usable summaries.· Strong computer skills especially MS Office & Qlikview.· Fluency in a European language an advantage.For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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
CPL, County Cork, Munster
FINANCE MANAGER- 8 month Contract Excellent opportunity for a Finance Manager or Senior Accountant to join our clients business on an initial 8 month contract. While this is a financial role there is huge scope for involvement in IT and Projects.Reporting directly to the Community Leader the main responsibilities of the role are to ensure high quality financial managementand to work on specific projects as deemed necessary by the Community Leader/Local Committee/CEO.Responsibilities Financial ManagementBe responsible for the day-to-day management of Cork’s financial operations. Monitor and control budget performance.Prepare annual budget in liaison with the Community Leader for approval of Local Committee.Monitor actual expenditure against projected expenditure and bring any underspend/surpluses to the attention of the Community Leader and to the Local Committee.Ensure Cork business is working within budget and raise cash flow and funding issues. Ensure Director and Treasurer are aware of any issues arising in relation to the budget. · Utilise policies and procedures in relation to the management of finances, which are in line with the National Financial Regulations and ensure consistent implementation of financial controls and procedures, including training of other staff as required; review and revise financial controls as required.· Management of the organisation’s bank accounts, including regular bank reconciliations.Identify any gaps in relation to financial management and address same.· Preparation of monthly finance and budget reports, and presentation of these reports to the Local Committee.Ensure that financial reports are issued to the Local Committee and Funders in a timely manner.Ensure accounts are held to audit standard.Payroll – Management of payroll in conjunction with payroll provider.Liaising with Invesco for employee pensions, income protection and death in service policies.Liaising with the HSE on financial matters, KPI’s and other monthly data returns.Point of contact for technical queries before quotes, requisitions or purchase orders are made. Report writing, to write reports as requested for internal or external consideration.There is opportunity for candidates interested in IT to support this function and development of systems within the business and to work on specific projects as deemed relevant by the Director/Local Committee. These may include; researching the feasibility of certain projects; building and renovation of houses and workshop; development of specific polices and procedures; development of I.T. and other systems etc.Requirements: Qualified Accountant 3+ years PQE For full detail APPLY NOW
CPL, County Cork, Munster
Excellent opportunity for a Finance Manager or Senior Accountant to join our clients business on an initial 8 month contract. While this is a financial role there is huge scope for involvement in IT and Projects.Reporting directly to the Community Leader the main responsibilities of the role are to ensure high quality financial management and to work on specific projects as deemed necessary by the Community Leader/Local Committee/CEO.Responsibilities· Responsible for the day-to-day management of Cork’s financial operations.· Budgeting and Forecasting.· Monitor actual expenditure against projected expenditure and bring any underspend/surpluses to the attention of the Community Leader and to the Local Committee.· Ensure Cork business is working within budget and raise cash flow and funding issues. Ensure Director and Treasurer are aware of any issues arising in relation to the budget.· Utilise policies and procedures in relation to the management of finances, which are in line with the National Financial Regulations and ensure consistent implementation of financial controls and procedures, including training of other staff as required; review and revise financial controls as required.· Management of the organisation’s bank accounts, including regular bank reconciliations.· Identify any gaps in relation to financial management and address same.· Preparation of monthly finance and budget reports, and presentation of these reports to the Local Committee.· Ensure that financial reports are issued to the Local Committee and Funders in a timely manner.· Ensure accounts are held to audit standard.· Payroll – Management of payroll in conjunction with payroll provider.· Liaising with Invesco for employee pensions, income protection and death in service policies.· Liaising with the HSE on financial matters, KPI’s and other monthly data returns.· Point of contact for technical queries before quotes, requisitions or purchase orders are made.· Report writing, to write reports as requested for internal or external consideration.· There is opportunity for candidates interested in IT to support this function and development of systems within the business and to work on specific projects as deemed relevant by the Director/Local Committee. These may include researching the feasibility of certain projects; building and renovation of houses and workshop; development of specific policies and procedures; development of I.T. and other systems etc.Requirements:· Qualified Accountant 3+ years PQE· Experience in a similar role an advantage · Good attention to detail If you would like to discuss the role further, please don’t hesitate to call Ray Brennan on 083 0362091 or forward your CV to ray.brennan@Cpl.ie
Project Manager - Dublin - Dynamics AX/365F&O
Nigel Frank, Dublin, Republic of
I am currently working closely with a local Dublin Consultancy seeking a project manager to help with their multiple ERP implementations they have ongoing. The Consultancy supports companies in Ireland and the UK in addition to other EU countries and for-sees needing additional support as they begin to sign off on future projects.Role & ResponsibilitiesOverseeing the ERP Implementation from Design through to Post Go-LiveBeing responsible for allocating the correct resources to each project and requesting additional external support when requiredSpeaking with key stakeholders for the clients, managing expectation and developing a clear project pathway to successRegularly liaising with Technical Lead, Solution Architect and Functional Consultants to ensure an efficient and transparent collaboration throughoutDaily stand-upsBeing able to manage multiple project and different stages in their life-cycle when required to do soSkills & QualificationsCan demonstrate previous experience of leading a Dynamics AX, NAV, Business Central or Finance and Operations project (extremely desirable)Has prior ERP implementation project experience (essential)Can demonstrate knowledge and use of Agile MethodologiesHas industry experience in all/any of: Retail, Manufacturing, Automotive and Public SectorBenefitsBe part of a fast growing team that will develop even more in the coming years!Excellent opportunity to up-skill and diversify your industry experience furtherCompetitive Dublin salaryFor more information or to submit your CV, either click on the "apply" tab or email email@example.com
CPL, Dublin, Leinster
Job DescriptionPosition Title: Tax Manager, European Tax Reporting (12 Month Contract) Department: Tax Division Grade:Posting Date: Location: Dublin, IrelandDemographicsFunctional Area: European Tax Operations Functional Area Lead: VP Tax OperationsDirect Supervisor: Senior Director or Director Direct Supervisor’s Title: Senior Director or DirectorDirect Reports (if applicable)Title: Senior Tax Accountant or Tax Accountant Level of Exposure: TBDBrief Position Description:This position will manage the delivery of all tax reporting processes completed by at least one tax accountant of the European Tax Operations Team. This role will primarily consist of managing at least one tax professional working closely with Financial Shared Services. Core responsibilities will include ensuring delivery of quality US GAAP tax reporting to the NY Reporting Team, local statutory reporting and delivery of local Tax Returns. Although the role is more review focused, there will be preparation work required as well.QualificationsEducation and Background: Preferred: Qualified AccountantMinimum of 5-8 years post qualification experience in industry or a “Big 4” accounting firm In house experienceRequired Experience: Preferred:Experience of US GAAP tax accounting principles or IFRSExperience in Tax ReportingExperience in managing multiple resourcesCommercial understanding and ability to express tax concepts in a commercial frameworkExperience working on tax compliance and reporting activities across multiple European countriesPractical experience with working with accounting and financial IT systems Shared Services experienceUS Multinational experienceEnterprise Resource Planning experienceTax Technology experienceYear End Consolidation experience gained in a large accounting firm or commercial environment.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Preferred:Managerial ability and collaborative approachProject management skillsAnalytical and Problem solving propensityAptitude to multitask and manage multiple and tight deadlinesProficient skills in financial systemsSound knowledge of the principles of direct taxation and their interaction with reporting processesSkills in organization and prioritization of workWritten and verbal communication skills. Ability to speak more than one European languageTeam management experienceGood Presentation skillsKey Responsibilities:Manage at least one member of the European Tax Operations Accountant Team covering all processes (US GAAP Reporting corporate tax returns, tax audits, analysis) and be accountable for the timeliness, completeness and integrity of outputAlthough the role is more review focused, there will be preparation work required as well.Manage the supporting SOX Audit processes.Work with Shared Services to ensure all interactions between the tax and accounting organizations are planned and managed in an efficient and coordinated mannerMaximize efficient resource allocation through delivering activities internally and controlling tightly the use of external providersWork with outsource providers to complete tax returns and supporting submissionsSupport tax audit and assist in the preparation of audit related analyses and correspondenceBuild effective relationships with the Tax Division Colleagues globally, Markets and Shared Services.Drive the use of technology to extract and manage data for reporting and returns in a in a highly automated and controlled mannerWork with European Tax Planners to exercise tax technical skills in making judgments on the tax treatment or tactical approach to be adopted in relation to issues arising in European markets.Actively participate in mergers, acquisition and reorganization projectsResponsibilities for the transition of market responsibilities from the business to the European Tax Centre.
Head of Finance CRANN and AMBER
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Job Title: Head of Finance CRANN and AMBERSchool/Department: CRANN Institute and AMBER Centre, Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinJob Category and Level: Administrative & Support, Administrative Officer 1 (point 1-6)The Purpose of the Role The Head of Finance will directly be responsible for the Financial management of the CRANN Institute (>150) and the AMBER Centre, across multiple funding streams (SFI, EI, EU, Industry & Philanthropy). The successful candidate will be responsible for the financial planning, projection and management of the financial portfolio of both organisations.Context The Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research (AMBER) Centre has been successfully renewed with the awarding in 2019 of €40M from Science Foundation Ireland for phase II of the Centre which will cover the period June 2019 – June 2025. The model for the phase II Centre’s requires that funding matching the state investment of €40M be raised from both Industry and NonExchequer sources by the end date of the Centre building to a €120M Centre by 2025. This will represent approx. 20% of the annual research income of Trinity College year on year over that timeframe. The ambition of AMBER extends beyond the phase II endpoint; with a vision to grow the Centre to be an internationally recognized Centre of excellence for materials science research with a sustained funding model beyond SFI we are tailoring our strategic plan not just to meet the medium term phase II objectives but to deliver on these long term goals. AMBER is hosted within the CRANN institute which also manages an active non-AMBER research portfolio of >€25M, which comprises awards from various funding agencies such as the EU, SFI, EI and industry sources; The institute houses an extensive investment in research infrastructure and central equipment facility which in addition to the activities housed in CRANN has a national remit support research across Trinity, the Irish University and college ecosystem and Industry. The head of Finance will be responsible for all financial aspects of these facilities including agreeing access charge plans, billing all internal and external customers, debt management and sustainability planning.The Head of Finance will be a key member of the CRANN and AMBER Executive providing the financial context for strategic plans to ensure the long-term sustainability of both organizations’. The successful applicant will manage a team of five staff, with responsibility for administrating the financial management and reporting, procurement and recruitment activities associated with CRANN and AMBER.Main ResponsibilitiesThis is a list of the tasks, duties and responsibilities for the role.Financial Management of CRANN Institute and AMBER Centre To direct the financial management of the CRANN and AMBER (>€150m), across multiple funding streams (SFI, EI, EU, Industry & Philanthropy)To provide oversight and ensure the appropriate financial controls, policies and behaviours are developed and executed for CRANN and AMBER based on the Irish Financial Legislation and funders requirements Membership of the CRANN and AMBER Management Team and Executive Committee charged with delivering on the vision of both entitiesFinancial oversight of the Centre-wide budget (across 8 university partners) and be the primary conduit for financial reporting of all of AMBERs SFI, EI, EU, industry and philanthropic fundingTo devise and implement financial strategy for the diversity and sustainability of the AMBER. In particular to be responsible for the financial planning and scenario modelling to assist operational, business development and strategic planning Acting as advisor to centre and institute Directors, Business Development, Program management, Funding diversification and Infrastructure management teams on the development and implementation of best practice in all aspects of financial management To provide financial expertise in the compilation of proposals and business plans submitted to the various funding agencies (SFI, EI, EU etc.) for new and additional funding Preparation of financial forecasts addressing the long-term sustainability of the CRANN Institute for TCD Finance and Research Committees and make recommendations to Director and Executive Director on appropriate actions.Management of all financial aspects of the CRANN Central Equipment Facility including the Advanced Microscopy Laboratory and the Additive Manufacturing Laboratory. Definition of suite of access charge plans for the Central Equipment Facility for approval by national funders.Manage the compilation of CRANN and AMBER’s Financial Risk Register and embedding effective risk management structures and frameworks.Lead value for money analysis of the Centre’s activities and expenditure to support decision making and allocation of resources Represent AMBER on SFI Finance Manager forum providing input to funding agencies and other relevant bodies on relevant policies and best practice for financial management of research infrastructure and program portfolios of scale Operational Execution.Manage a team of five administrative staff, developing their competencies and skillsAs part of the extended management team collaborate across Business development, program management, communications and operations teams to leverage best practices across all AMBER functions as appropriate. Oversight and responsibility of the development of the Oracle Financial Information system to meet the needs of the CRANN Institute and the AMBER Research CentreEnsure financial and recruitment reporting obligations of the AMBER Research Centre and CRANN Institute are discharged in a timely and transparent manner.Devise and implement best practice governance with respect to all financial matters across the organisation Ensure adherence to all financial policies and procedures of College including the Procurement Policy, Travel and Subsistence Policy and the Fixed Asset Policy.Ensure compliance of the CRANN Director with the provisions contained in the “Roles & Responsibilities of Faculty Deans/Heads of School/Directors of TRI in relation to Financial Matters”.Liaise with external auditors such as the C&AG and Audit Authority and where necessary lead the implementation of any findings Maintaining key relationship with all AMBER stakeholders include the TCD Financial Services Division, Finance offices within partner HEIs and multiple industry partners including SMEs and MNCs.Person RequirementsThe role-holder will require the following knowledge, skills and attributes for successful performance in the role.QualificationsPossess a professional accountancy qualification and be a member of a recognised body of accountants (e.g. ACCA, CIMA, ACMA, ACA or equivalent).A minimum of 10 years post qualification experience in a large complex organisation with multiple stakeholders.Knowledge & ExperienceExperience at a senior management level of monitoring compliance and performance reporting.Comprehensive knowledge of public sector financial procedures and accounting methods and of contemporary accounting techniques and principles.Proven experience of financial management, planning and budgeting at a leadership level.Ability to make a significant contribution to the development and implementation of policy.High levels of self-awareness and the ability to make sound and balanced decisions and to exercise robust operational and strategic judgements on issues.Excellent computational, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels.A high level of ICT literacy and a strong aptitude for applying technology to all aspects of work.Proven experience of staff management, including leadership of teams and prudent use of resources.The ability to engender strong morale, cooperation and participation throughout the organisation. Experience of managing and working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders. Personal attributesLeadership – actively contributes to the development of strategies and polices; brings a focus and drive to building and sustaining high levels of performance, addressing any performance issues as they arise; leads and maximises the contribution to the team as a whole; considers the effectiveness of outcomes in terms wider than their own immediate area; clearly defines objectives and delegates effectively, encouraging ownership and responsibility of tasks; develop capabilities of others through feedback, coaching and creating opportunities for skills development; identifies and takes opportunities to exploit new and innovative service delivery channels.Interpersonal and Communication Skills - presents information in a confident, logical and convincing manner , verbally and in writing; encourages open and constructive discussions around work issues; promotes teamwork within section but also works effectively on projects across departments; maintains poise and control when working to influence others; instils a strong focus on Customer service in their area: develops and maintains a network of contacts to facilitate problem solving or information sharing: engages effectively with a range of stakeholders including Public Service colleagues and political system.Management and Delivery of Results – takes responsibility for challenging tasks and delivers on time and to a high standard; plans and prioritises work in terms of importance, timescales and other resource constraints: ensures quality and efficient customer service is central to what they do; looks critically at issues to see how things can be done better: is open to new ideas, initiatives and creates solutions to problems; ensures controls and performances measures are in place to deliver efficient and high value services; effectively manages multiple projects.Analysis and Decision Making – researches issues thoroughly, consulting appropriately to gather all information needed on issues; understands complex issues quickly, accurately absorbing and evaluating financial and non-financial data; integrates diverse strands of information, identifying inter-relationships and linkages; makes clear, timely and wellgrounded decisions on important issues; considers the wider implications of decisions on a range of stakeholders.Drive and Commitment – is self-motivated and shows a desire to continuously perform at a high level; is personally honest and trustworthy and can be relied upon; through leading by example, fosters the highest standards of ethics and integrity
Vendor Programs Manager
Morgan McKinley, Dublin, ie
Leading tech company is looking for an experienced Vendor Programs Manager. Ideal for someone with 4+ years of experience in operations/business management (or vendor management) Vendor Programs Managers play an important role in our vendor-based support operations. In this role, you will use your project management skills and innovative thought process to execute solutions that will help improve evolving workflows and rapidly growing business, aimed at reaching a global user/partner base. We are looking for independent, solution oriented candidates who know how to drive results.Overall Responsibilities:You will be responsible for operational support for Search & Assistant programs. This includes providing administrative support for cost and access management, implementing standardized KPIs, tools and reporting frameworks, process improvements, collating and data mining for business reviews with stakeholders. Top 3 Daily Responsibilities:Program Management: Owning Search & Assistant programs end-to-end and driving key initiatives related to the workflowsProcess Improvements: Establishing standardized KPIs and reviewing vendor data on an ongoing basis. Identifying process improvement opportunities and driving efficiencies. Supporting compliant vendor activities by working with vendor and subject matter experts to draft workflow documentation and communicating need for updates/clarifications. Ensuring appropriate reporting frameworks are set up for vendor/stakeholder useBusiness Reviews: Collating adequate insights and data for business reviews with stakeholdersRequired Skills/Qualifications:EducationBA/BS degree with experience in operations/business management (or vendor management)Total years of experience in what industry, discipline or responsibility: 4+ years experience in operations/business management (or vendor management)3+ years of experience writing SQL code and queries 4+ years experience of excellent problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical skills. Strong communication skills and ability to influence people to contribute to continuous improvement of operationsExperience in applying project management toolsDesiredAbility to deal with multiple conflicting priorities and stakeholder issuesProven experience in risk and change managementProven ability to manage multiple projectsPMP certification/trainingMorgan 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.
Senior Project Manager
, Republic of
Senior Project Manager – CorkEuro Executive Recruitment has been retained by one of Ireland’s largest building contractors to recruit a Senior Project Manager for their Cork Office, covering projects across the Cork region. This role presents a fantastic opportunity for the successful candidate to progress their career with a highly respected employer.Supported by the Senior Contracts Manager and Directors, this is great opportunity to join a highly successful developing business in Ireland with excellent opportunities for career advancement.The Role: * Lead one or multiple project teams to ensure that contracts are completed on programme. * Manage the compliance of company and current health & safety legislation. * Supporting the project surveyor in the management & control of contract costs & variations with regular reporting of cost projections & status to the Operations Director. * Develop strong relationships with clients. * Management & assessment of subcontractor’s quality of work & their ability to maintain scope programme. * Management of programme risk & experience of early interaction with design teams to ensure design deliverable dates & details are achieved. * Maintain an excellent relationship with the management team, subcontractors, and clients. * Planning/scheduling of works. * Must be an excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing. * IT Fluency and familiar with MS packages and MS Project (or similar scheduling packages). * Strong commitment & ownership for all Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental systems throughout the project.Requirements: * Third level qualification in a construction related field coupled with at least 10 -15 years post graduate experience, 5-10 years in the role in a managerial role with a recognised Main Contractor. * Proven record of delivering large scale Commercial, Industrial or Pharmaceutical projects, * Experience of RC Frames, Structural Steel Frames and High Spec Fit-Out elements within projects * Experience in delivering projects (value €5m - €30M) from design stage to completion * Candidates must be capable of taking responsibility for a number of projects concurrently, as required.For more information on this role please contact Kevin Hallissey or to apply, click 'Apply Now'*All Applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence. Also note, CVs will not be forwarded to our clients without prior formal consent
Head of Operations & Administration Department
Dublin City Council Culture Company, Dublin
Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking a Head of Operations & Administration to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the organisation, to help achieve our ambitious aims to connect the citizens of Dublin through culture and conversation.About the roleWorking closely with the CEO as part of the senior management team, the Head of the Operations and Administration Department is responsible for the running of the administrative, finance, legal, IT, HR, health & safety and governance functions of the company, as well as overseeing the facilities management of two heritage buildings (14 Henrietta Street and Richmond Barracks).The role is that of the Head of a department which combines the work of a General Manager, with management of administration teams and the operations and facilities activities of the company. The candidate will lead the Operations and Administration Department and work closely with the other departments across the organisation. The role is supported by a team including contactors, employees and specialist suppliers. The role carries the designated responsibility of Accessibility Officer, Health and Safety Officer and Child Protection Officer within the company.The role requires responsibilities in the following areas:HR managementUniversal design and accessibilityAdministration managementFacilities managementHealth and safety managementFinance and governanceRole requirementsThe ideal person for this role will have:Minimum of 5 years of administrative and project management experience at a senior level is essentialMinimum of 3 years of experience in a role with a remit that included HR and/or H&S is essential, and an understanding of the governance of a CLG is desirableAn understanding of the work of Dublin City Council Culture Company and its ambitions is requiredProficiency in GSuite is essentialExcellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skillsA desire to work collaboratively to further the work of the company across a number of buildings and programmesAbility to plan, organise and lead a project, to work independently, and to work to deadlines, with flexibility around working hoursAn interest in, and understanding of, working in heritage sites or multiple site cultural programmes is an advantageAn instinctive ability to think creatively – to try, fail, learn, and try againFull details and role specification.Closing date for this application is Sunday, 22 August 2021
Payroll Operations Manager
Brook Street Recruitment is working with our client in Ballymoney to recruit and experienced Payroll Operations Manager.Our client is expanding and they need a talented, motivated and enthusiastic Payroll Manager to join their growing team.To succeed, you must:Have a wealth of account-handling experience within a Payroll environment. Must also have previous experience successfully managing accounts and staff. Demonstrate strong competency of interpersonal skills, team leadership, business acumen, relationship building and conflict management. You must have sound knowledge of UK payroll and pension legislation.Duties include:* Management of payrolls, including liaison with integration partners and other external parties, including HMRC.* Management of payroll team and supporting staff in a busy bureau environment.* Working in collaboration with other Managers to ensure the best solutions and outcomes for the customer are met.* Oversee Pension Scheme administration including liaison with external advisers and administrators.* Efficient and accurate maintenance of internal controls.* Assistance with implementation of new integrated HR & Payroll system.* Resolving issues in a timely fashion and understand when to escalate both at a hierarchical and functional level.* Maintaining agreed KPIs and reporting to Operations DirectorRewards for you:* Competitive salary - £27,000 to £37,000 per annum * Excellent benefits packagePlease send CV via the apply link