Financial Controller, Centric Health

Contract: Permanent Full-Time
Hours: 40 hours per week
Working Pattern: Monday- Friday, 9am-6pm
Location: Dundrum, Dublin 16

Financial Controller

The Financial Controller will work closely with the Head of Finance to provide effective leadership and support across the Finance Department and at a high level this will include:

· Leading a diverse team of finance professionals

· Ensuring the delivery of the Finance & Accounting team’s reporting output on time and to a high standard of quality

· Being the lead liaison with external auditors to ensure an efficient audit process with a clean audit opinion

· Ensuring continuous statutory tax and reporting compliance

· Overseeing an effective internal controls environment across the organisation

· Management of cash resources to ensure continuous ability to meet financial commitments while delivering optimal working capital performance

· Acting a Business Partner to Central Support Department Leads in managing their expenditure, including review and approval of corporate payroll

· Co-ordination of the annual budgeting and forecasting process

· Ad-hoc support to the Head of Finance in delivering an excellent Finance support service

 

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

Team Leadership & Support

- Provide leadership, mentorship and support across the Accounting team, embedding a culture of responsibility, accountability & fairness, that will support our Partners and Employees in taking effective ownership of the services they provide

- Support change management initiatives by positively engaging and empowering teams to get the buy-in of key stakeholders

- Work to ensure that staffing levels & skill sets are optimised to support existing and new service, including support for the development of team members

- Drive a culture of the “Internal Professional Services Firm” among the Accounting team

- Act as a close support to the Head of Finance in leading the team and delivering an excellent service across the organisation

 

Financial Reporting

- Completion of consolidated group monthly and annual accounts within agreed timelines

- Co-ordinate and manage the month-end close process, from inputs through to outputs, identifying delays and resolving them in a timely fashion

- Manage and maintain the General Ledger to ensure set ups and rules are consistent throughout the various companies in the group

- Ensure task allocation across the finance team remains well-balanced in a continuously growing organisation

- Review financial reports with Central Support Department Leads (HR/IT/Quality etc.) helping them to understand results and take appropriate actions, if required

 

Cash Management

- Manage the cash resources of the company to ensure continued ability to meet financial obligations while optimising working capital performance

- Preparation of weekly and monthly cash forecasts for review with the Head of Finance

- Manage the debt facilities of the group to ensure timely drawdown of funds while minimising interest costs

- Ensure compliance with financial covenants and reporting requirements under our debt facilities

 

Budgeting & Forecasting

- Co-ordinate the annual budget process and present consolidated financial summaries of key trends and movements

- Produce re-forecasts during the year as required

- Contribute to long-term corporate forecasts

- Ad-hoc forecasting to support decisions (scenario analysis, modelling etc.)

 

Statutory & Tax Compliance

- Co-ordinate the annual statutory audit and act as lead contact for external auditors

- Ensure team members are adequately prepared for audit and respond in a timely manner to audit queries to ensure efficient audit process

- Ensure internal control environment is maintained to a high standard so that external auditors can rely on it for audit comfort

- Ensure tax compliance and timely tax filings

- Support the Company Secretary in ensuring CRO filings are made in a timely fashion

 

Position Requirements:

- Qualified accountant ( 3+ years PQE) with Big 4 experience in a dynamic environment (preferably in Industry) looking to move into an exciting next stage of their career

- Strong communicator with experience of leading teams

- Sound knowledge of FRS102 and corporate legislation around statutory financial reporting

- Excellent knowledge and experience of best-in-class internal controls

- Skills in process mapping and process improvement

- Ability to extract, understand and interpret data to drive change

- Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines while being professional planned and organised. A problem solver and able to deal with several tasks simultaneously

- Ability to work in a team and or on one’s own initiative as required

- Strong IT skills (Word/Excel/Powerpoint/Outlook) with an ability to learn systems quickly and to trouble shoot effectively

 

Centric Health are an equal opportunities employer.

For full job description, queries or should you wish to be considered please submit your CV to Erin Rooney(erin.rooney@centrichealth.ie) on 01 299 3500