The Finance Manager will report directly to the Finance Director and will be responsible for the day-to-day financial management of the Company.

This is a permanent full-time role, based at our head office in Galway city, with hybrid working arrangements available.   

Whilst engaging with the wider finance team members and partnering with other key stakeholders in the business, the Finance Manager will coordinate the generation of accurate and timely commercial and management reports, on which the Executive Team and Board of Directors can rely for business monitoring and planning purposes.

The Finance Manager will provide mentoring and leadership in technical excellence, fostering a working atmosphere of high-quality delivery.

Key Responsibilities

  • To work closely with the Finance Director and have a shared responsibility for the overall management of the Finance function.
  • Responsibility for closing out month end procedures including posting of all transactions and performing various reconciliations.
  • Preparation of monthly management accounts, perform variance analysis against budget and investigate anomalies.
  • Managing the interface with external auditors.
  • Completion and submission of all ROS returns, CSO forms as required.
  • Responsible for daily banking activity with a key focus on treasury and cash management.
  • Responsible for all transaction processing (payroll, client billings, supplier invoices, receipts & payments)
  • Deputising for the Finance Director at scheduled monthly internal Commercial meetings as required.
  • Management of Quality and Risk exposure in conjunction with the Finance Director.
  • Developing and encouraging a strong collaborative ethos with other divisions across the company.
  • Keeping abreast of relevant legislative changes and developing solutions to ensure compliance as required.
  • Implement and adhere to the highest standards of governance and ensure the company meets its responsibilities.
  • Lead the future transformation of the finance function in responding to the changing
    requirements of the company.
  • Maintain effective employee communications and work with the People & Culture team to ensure a framework of circulation and compliance with employment policies and procedures.

Note: The above is not an exhaustive list of duties and may vary as necessitated by your evolving role and the overall business objectives of the company. The post-holder will be required to maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills, and aptitudes necessary to respond to a changing environment.

Skills And Experience

  • A Qualified Accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) with minimum 5 years’ post qualification experience (Professional Services industry experience preferable but not essential)
  • Technical competence and strong working knowledge of:- Financial and management accounting, Strategic and business planning, Treasury and cash management, Performance monitoring and forecasting, Internal control, risk management, Capital investment appraisals, and Financial systems.
  • Self-motivated, highly driven, ability to work on own initiative with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple priorities.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, organisation, and IT skills, with an attention to detail.
  • Effective leadership skills that motivate and engage direct and indirect teams.
  • Ability to think strategically, contribute to the future development of the function.
  • Capability to assess and mitigate risk.

If you feel that this opportunity is something you may be interested in and would like an opportunity to discuss the matter further, please forward your CV to or apply via our “Quick Apply” Feature.


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