Financial Accountant

Location Dublin
Discipline: Accountancy
Job type: Contract
Salary: 65,000 - 67,500
Contact name: Conor Clarke

Contact email: conor.clarke@executiveconnections.ie
Job ref: J40121
Published: about 1 month ago

​Our client is a leading global real estate investment company and they are looking to hire a Financial Accountant on a 12-month contract.

The successful candidate will be part of the Property Asset Management Reporting team and will be working closely with the Financial Controller.

The candidate will be dealing with 3rd party Property and Asset Managers on the day to day financial management of SPV entities.

​This role is based in Dublin, has a hybrid model and comes with an attractive salary and excellent bonus.

Responsibilities:

  • Monthly management reporting (including variance analysis) for each SPV and the assets it owns

  • Financial reporting for each SPV including assisting in preparing year end financial statements

  • Tax compliance for each SPV (VAT, CT, etc)

  • Cash management (monthly distributions, capex, etc)

  • Lender covenant reporting

  • Working with the Asset Manager to provide adhoc financial analysis

  • Assisting in the budgeting and forecasting process

  • Adhoc finance tasks and project work as requested

Ideal Candidate:

  • Is confident and outgoing with an ability to interact with all levels within the company

  • Has previously worked within a high demand environment with the ability to stay organised and work efficiently to tight deadlines

  • Demonstrates a high level of professionalism

  • Ability to think outside of the immediate task and constantly look at ways of improving processes

Key Skill requirements:

  • ACA/ACCA qualified with 0-3 years PQE

  • Strong academic record

  • Strong working knowledge of IFRS (essential) and US GAAP (desirable)

  • Advanced Excel and strong analytical skills are essential

  • Commercially minded demonstrating a strong ability to interpret financial information

  • Experience in the property/construction sectors would be an advantage but is not a necessity