Finance/Payroll Supervisor

  1. Contract
€45,000 - €48,000 per annum
BBBH162236

Dublin City Centre, Dublin

The details

Our client (a large public sector body) currently seek an experienced finance supervisor to join the team on a 9 month fixed term contract. The successful candidate should have previous supervisory experience to join a small team with responsibility for Grant and Payroll administration.

The individual will play a key role in coordinating the Grant administration, Payroll, System Accounting and Administration, ensure the smooth running of month end reconciliations and controls, and complete other key tasks within the central finance function. The individual will oversee a team of two grant administration officers. They will ensure that interactions with all stakeholders are carried out in a courteous, patient and professional manner.

Duties will include:

  • Manage the grant administration process and any miscellaneous income streams of the organisation to tight time-frames whilst juggling conflicting deadlines. This will involve coordination with multiple stakeholders in process, managing tight time lines, and control focused with an attention to detail.
  • Manage the fortnightly payroll processes, including liaising with HR, payroll providers, Revenue and all other controls and reconciliations around Payroll ensuring accurate and quality reporting within the time-lines.
  • Administer the sales and invoicing process for all grant revenue streams.
  • Ensure month-end close is completed and all reconciliations are carried out according to schedule including the review and sign off of monthly reconciliations and reports.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Extensive experience in a Payroll and finance administration
  • Experience in management of team and coordination of multiple stakeholder (internal and external)
  • Strong attention to detail;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Ability to work on own initiative, as part of a team and as leader of a group; and
  • Experience working with the financial modules of Agresso or similar desired
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