Title: Audit Manager

Location: Dublin

Job Type: Permanent Full Time

Salary: Negotiable DOE

Role: 
The successful candidate will manage an experienced team of staff with an emphasis on scheduling client assignments, review of files to a high standard and will meet with clients on a regular basis. Duties will include managing a team of qualified accountants and trainees, delegating workloads, providing support, ensuring the smooth running of the practice and will report directly to the Partners of the firm.

Duties:

  • Key member of Senior Management team with overall responsibility of scheduling of workflows and efficient management of the practice with significant partner support.
  • Responsible for a large portfolio of clients
  • Planning, staff scheduling and timing of workflows in relation to audit, accounts preparation and company secretarial matters.
  • Liaising with clients in relation to their business advisory and financial requirements.
  • Reviewing audit files, accounts files and other files prepared by the team.
  • Dealing with technical queries from clients.
  • Monitoring the development of seniors and trainees and completing performance appraisal process.
  • Overseeing procedures to ensure compliance with all statutory filing deadlines for CRO and Revenue Commissioners.
  • Involvement in billing process, time sheet recording and WIP review.

Candidate Profile:
Successful candidate should be focused on developing a long-term career in Practice. They should be driven to provide excellent client service and have the skills to manage the expectations of a large client base. The role is challenging and the Partners are keen to recruit a candidate who can contribute to the long term development of their firm and therefore the role offers excellent career development potential.

Key Requirements:  

  • Staff and assignment management skills.
  • Post qualified practice accounting experience.
  • Exceptional leadership, communication, presentation and delegation capabilities.
  • Fully Qualified Accountant (ACCA or equivalent)
  • Ambitious and eager to progress.
  • An in-depth knowledge of Accounting and Auditing Standards.
  • Strong leadership skills with an ability to supervise an audit team.
  • Self-starter who can critically analyse and assess information.
  • Strong attention to detail with an ability to use own initiative.
  • Knowledge of Sage/Relate/Xero not essential but an advantage.

To apply please forward your C.V. to dublin@robertsnathan.com