Financial Auditor - Engineering / Property / Pharmaceutical - GES
You will be working with one of Ireland's largest pharmaceutical companies, on a 12 month project which may extend into a permanent position.
Roles and responsibilities will involve :
Review and analyses of financial invoice information related to construction projects in the various sites using digital solutions, in addition to coordinating end to end Financial Audits of external partners, including invoicing and change management
Knowledge of construction industry risks and current events
EPCM Services ; Payroll, Travel Costs, Mis Costs, Safety Incentive Tracking, Rental Equipment
Subcontract payments, field change docs, agreement terms and conditions, labor rates
Assist with the development of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) digital solution rollout
Facilitate accurate invoice processing by checking completeness and accuracy of invoices
VAT / Capitalization/ Compliance/ Senior Project Management/ knowledge of local Taxes
Champion the central team ongoing monitoring process supported by robotics solutions
Ideal candidate :
Degree in Accounting/ Engineering/ QS/ Audit/ Finance or relevant discipline
4 years plus experience of external or internal financial audit / and or construction experience
Keen eye for detail, and has the ability to research invoice activity and project execution
Solid understanding and experience of internal Controls, Risk Management, and external or internal audit is desirable.
Procurement experience, analytical skills, and excellent communication skills.
BI, Data Analytics and SAP experience desirable
Exposure to EPCM business model in the pharmaceutical sector.
Face paced dynamic work environment with a high degree of professionalism.
Advanced academic qualification, experience and/ or specialised knowledge may be considered in lieu of all or some experience.
Remuneration - Six Figures €
For further details, contact Peter
M: 083 140 6837
PeopleSource is a finance and accounting recruitment firm. To note this role will not qualify for sponsorship therefore all candidates must have the right to work in Ireland on application.