Accounts Assistant

IE-Cork-Cork
Job ID
2017-1734
Category
Accounting/Finance
Job Start Date
04/09/2017
Languages Required
None

Overview

We are seeking a Accounts Assistant/Budget Co-Ordinator to provide high-quality financial and administrative support through vendor management, financial planning and analysis and a variety of business reporting based in Cork City. The best candidate is resourceful and able to work effectively in a dynamic environment. The person is able to problem solve, multi-task, work independently and prioritize their workload. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential, as you will be interacting with outside vendors, procurement, finance, and other organizations. The ideal candidate will take the initiative to improve and streamline existing processes to make them more efficient and scalable.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain individual budget estimates, analyse actual spend versus forecast and adjust forecast as needed
  • Handle invoice processing and payment workflow
  • Documenting and filing weekly invoices
  • Create and maintain detailed invoice tracking document of actual spend per invoice
  • Track invoice spend versus individual Purchase Orders 
  • Weekly/Monthly and Quarter end financial reporting as requested for new and ongoing projects 
  • Check Monthly expense reports versus supplied paperwork, enter expense data into the system

Qualifications

• 3-5 years relevant experience, with at least 2 years in finance, accounting or business
• Highly proficient working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and adapt to a fast-paced and dynamic environment
• Proven analytical and creative problem solving skills
• Strong communication and organization skills
• Demonstrated ability to build effective business partnerships
• Technical aptitude with database management and analysis
 
This is a 3 month contract with possible extension.

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