SENIOR MANAGER - ACCOUNTANCY STANDARDS & REGULATIONS

Senior Manager – Accountancy Regulations & Professional Practice

  • Are you a senior accountant with extensive technical experience in accounting and financial reporting and strong knowledge of accounting standards, particularly IFRS?

  • Do you currently work in the technical department of an accountancy practice or professional body or have responsibility for accounting and financial reporting at a public company?

  • Are you interested in working in a professional practice environment where you can broaden and deepen your technical accounting and financial reporting expertise? 

  • Are you looking for a new challenge to work in an environment where you can continue to learn and to apply your knowledge to a wide variety of clients across several industry sectors? 


The Role     

My client a leading multinational company are currently seeking to hire a Senior Manager for a permanent opportunity within their Department of Professional Practice Accounting team.  Location is negotiable and flexible working arrangements are offered.

You need to have:

  • A professional accounting qualification (Chartered Accountant or equivalent)

  • Several years’ experience in technical accounting and financial reporting

  • A keen interest in the interpretation and practical application of accounting standards, legislation, and regulations 

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities

  • Excellent research skills

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, drive, and enthusiasm

  • An interest in rolling out training and providing best in class standards are adhered to throughout organisation.


Core responsibilities will be:

  • Resolving problems through the interpretation and application of accounting standards (primarily IFRS but local Irish, UK and US GAAP would be an advantage), company legislation and regulations

  • Technical review of annual and interim reports and financial statements of public companies, prior to their publication

  • Providing guidance on non-financial information, especially ESG, disclosure requirements

  • Contributing to the Companies Audit Quality agenda 

  • Development and delivery of internal accounting and financial reporting training

  • Presentation from time to time at external events such as client financial reporting seminars

  • Representing the company on committees of professional bodies

  • Keeping abreast of emerging developments in accounting standards, legislation and regulations


Salary €75,000 - €90,000 (DOE)