Collins McNicholas

Accounts Assistant required with 2 – 3 years experience in a multinational environment. Galway city

Responsibilities:

  • Creditors ledger including daily input of purchase invoices and responsibility for queries relating to payments
  • Weekly processing of Cashbook and monthly bank reconciliations
  • Processing of Bi/Weekly Payroll (280 employees) including posting journal
  • Processing of employee expenses
  • Maintenance and operation of Petty Cash records with monthly reconciliation
  • Maintenance and operation of Purchasing card records.
  • Completion of month end journals including but not limited to wages, petty cash, bank, revaluation, debtors and creditors ledger.
  • Intrastat/VIES/VAT returns and other statutory returns required by various government offices and bodies
  • Balance Sheet Reconciliations

Requirements:

  • IATI or part qualified accountant would be desirable.
  • ERP experience necessary, Oracle ideal
  • Previous experience in a similar role for approximately 1-2 years necessary.

For a confidential discussion and a more detailed job spec (more information on the role), please contact Noeleen Stewart on 091-706712 or email noeleen.stewart@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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