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Head of Finance

Posted: 17/02/2021       ID: 588
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Posted: 17/02/2021       ID: 588

Head of Finance - Start Up Joint Venture - Distribution - Dublin West

This new concept in distribution is about to launch in the next few months. Our client is looking for a Finance Manager/Head of Finance who has worked in a rapid growth business, set up systems & processes and built a successful finance team.


Set up - liaising with IT to identify the best processes to accommodate a rapid growth business and accommodate both agile pricing arrangements & invoicing

Managing the day to day running of a finance function from budgeting, forecasting, five year planning, cash management, AP, AR, invoicing and payroll

Work the the CEO on strategic plans to ensure the success of the business, identifying a dashboard of relevant KPI's

Oversee financial reporting, audits, financial statements, tax and vat

Attend monthly board meetings and present a reporting pack

Due to the start up nature of this role, there will be other operational duties which could range from procurement to HR initially



Qualified accountant with a minimum five years in a senior role, managing a team and ideally in a start up environment

A good understanding across tax heads would be an advantage, but there is support

Proven experience of building a successful finance team

Excellent communication, presenting, report writing, taking & providing clear instructions

Competencies required - initiative, decision making, negotiating, problem solving, influencing

An entrepreneurial approach will be required for this role - analysing information and translating it into meaningful actions



€80,000 - €90,000

Please note this role will not qualify for sponsorship, all applicants must have the right to work in Ireland on application is a finance & accounting recruitment firm

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