Finance Manager – Spinal Injuries Ireland – Co Dublin

The Finance Manager is a key member of the management team, reporting directly to the CEO and will have overall responsibility for the day to day administration of the Finance function in Spinal Injuries Ireland.
Reports to: CEO
Hours: Part time – Hours negotiable but potentially 22.5 hours per week

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Dealing with general accounting requirements including accounts payable, accounts receivable and nominal ledger
Preparation and production of monthly management accounts to Trial Balance
Management of physical receipt of fundraising income along with on-line income, grants etc., and inputting to Salesforce
Cheque & cash posting and allocation
Banking; point of contact on all company accounts, bank reconciliations, lodgements, etc
Monthly payroll including all returns to Revenue via ROS, issuing P45s, P60s etc.
Posting and review of all invoices for appropriate documentation, research and resolve queries and approval prior to processing payment.
Matching and inputting of purchase sales invoices
Expense claim management – matching receipts with expense claims and processing payments
Management of Petty Cash
Quarterly and annual financial reports for statutory funders
Analytical review of income and expenditure
Preparation of working papers for month end file.
Reconciliation of bank accounts
Carrying out any accounting duties and ad hoc requests as delegated
Ensure accounts are completed in line with International Accounting procedures and maintain internal financial policies
Prepare financial reports as required for CEO to present at Board Meetings
Prepare and manage SII’s annual budgets for Board approval
Administer and report on financial element of Grant Funding
Rolling review of financial policies and procedures in conjunction with management & Finance sub-committee
General day to day finance admin duties in line with business requirements

Required Skills / Competencies:
Ability to work as part of a team
Third level and/or ACCA qualification
Demonstrated knowledge base and experience of administration, finance and related organisational functions
Previous experience working in a role of a similar nature desirable but not essential
High degree of accuracy and strong analytical skills
Knowledge of Charities SORP (FRS 102) experience desirable
Quickbooks Accounting Software experience desirable
Salesforce experience desirable
Be able to work on own initiative
Excellent communication and inter personal skills
Pro-active and self-motivated
Empathic and understanding of client and family needs
Strong computer skills including proficiency in Excel
Must be willing to travel if required

To Apply:
please forward CV to Mary Dunne at

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