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Financial Analyst

Job description

Role: Financial Analyst

Contract: Permanent

Industry: Medical Device

If you are keen to move into a complex, fast moving and constantly changing multinational manufacturing environment then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Our client is looking for a Financial Analyst to join their Finance team on a permanent basis and be responsible for compliance in key areas.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for Accounting Function in the Company thus ensuring all Balance Sheet accounts are correctly stated.
  • Monthly Close & Forecast Involvement in all areas including Profit and Loss analysis, Sales and COGS variance analysis and monthly variance reports in all areas.
  • Manage quarterly budgeting and forecasting process in all areas as well as tracking actual and forecasted spending in key areas e.g. Other Product costs, Purchase Price Variance, Material Usage variance.
  • Complete Internal reporting requirements including completion of management accounts, cost of sales analysis and other areas as needed.
  • Planning and organization of the external audit including preparation of financial statements for two legal entities based at the location
  • Preparation of the corporation tax calculation and primary contact for liaising with the tax consultants and corporate tax to ensure the group derives maximum benefit from the Irish operations.
  • Management of Euro cash pooling balance, including forecasting of company’s Euro requirements.
  • Assist in the preparation of the annual budget.
  • Manage the Standard Cost Setting Process for the plant.
  • Miscellaneous variance analysis as required
  • Provide timely & accurate information financial support to local managers thus building strong relationships with management.
  • Maintain high internal controls around delegation of authority (DOA), Segregation of Duties(SOD) and balance sheet reconciliations. Also, responsible for maintaining the internal Crospon DOA procedure.
  • Act as Backup for Weekly and Monthly Payroll.
  • Assist in meeting SOX compliance and Audit requirements
  • Follow all environmental, health and safety rules and procedures and participate in safety and environmental activities in order to improve the workplace for all employees

Key Requirements:

  • Part or fully-qualified accountant.
  • Manufacturing experience desirable.
  • Must be a team player, able to effectively interact with various levels and functions within the organisation.
  • A quick learner.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong Microsoft Office (particularly Excel) is a requirement.
  • Oracle, JD Edwards and Syspro knowledge are desirable.
  • Fluent in English, both in writing and speaking.

To apply for this position or for more information you can contact me in the strictest confidence: Ciara Mc Ginn, Recruitment Consultant – 091 455309- cmcginn@sigmar.ie