Finance Analyst (Treasury)
Finance Analyst (Treasury. This position is being offered as a 12 months' fixed-term contract. Job Objective: As a member of the Finance team, this role has responsibility for internal and external Financial Reporting, in addition to operating various finance functions such as Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets and Capital Projects. Key Responsibilities: • Financial Reporting/Treasury: • Prepare Balance Sheet Reconciliations including Bank Reconciliation. • Prepare and post journal entries. • Fixed Asset Register- track additions and disposals, verification of assets. • Assist with month end/ quarter end/ year end reporting. • Prepare weekly cash forecast. • Accounts receivable: • Prepare and issue invoices. • Customer payment follow-up. • AR reconciliation. • Intercompany receivables/payables reconciliations. • Importation Cost Validation. • Validating freight quotations. • Verifying importation duty declarations. • Support cross-functional initiatives, implement process improvements when and where appropriate. • Establish, maintain, and promote internal controls (e.g. adherence to Chart of Authority, separation of duties, etc.) to safeguard the company’s assets. Interested applicants should have: • Recently Qualified or part-qualified (finalist) Accountant. • Minimum 2 years' relevant experience in the finance function of a multinational or large Irish manufacturing organisation. • Generally Accepted Accounting Principles: Knowledge of international, US and local generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This includes the ability to apply these principles and determine compliance with the principles. • Reconciliation: Ability to compare data from various data sources and identify inconsistencies or variances. • Financial Analysis: The ability to analyse financial data (e.g. validity of data in a balance sheet account). This includes explaining variances, identifying issues, and making appropriate recommendations. • Financial Policies and Procedures: Ability to acquire and maintain knowledge of the company’s financial policies and procedures, including standard practices and procedures, standard accounting codes, reporting and budgeting, code of business conduct as well as local policies and procedures specific to area of responsibility. • Chart of Accounts: Knowledge of and understanding of a standard Chart of Accounts. This includes ensuring additions to general ledger are in compliance with Chart of Accounts and transactions are classified in appropriate account. • Control Environment: Ability to assess current controls to ensure that assets are safeguarded and that transactions are authorized, recorded, and reported. • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel.
16 days ago