Senior Manager Accountant

  • Contract
  • Dublin

Website Ref:TPM04667

Summary:
Our client, a biopharmaceutical in Dublin, has a new opportunity for a Senior Manager Accountant. The successful candidate will be responsible for taking ownership of record-to-report month end and quarter end procedures, the main areas being Revenue, Royalties, Opex, Fixed Assets, Intangible Assets and some elements of Inventory.

Responsibilities:

  • Review of inputs to month end and quarter end reporting including the preparation, review and presentation of financial analysis & commentary.
  • Operate within the required SOX controls framework, oversight of control procedures within their procedures including controls around physical counts of inventory.
  • Supporting internal and external audit walkthroughs of SOX narratives and updates to documentation of narratives and controls as and when required.
  • Working closely with Finance colleagues both locally and globally, determining the appropriate accounting treatments for changes in facts and circumstances, while adhering to global deadlines.
  • Liaison with outsourced provider to ensure accurate and complete performance of month end and quarter end tasks.
  • Review monthly balance sheet account reconciliations and follow up and resolve reconciling items in a timely manner.
  • Signoff of the quarterly results for our client’s Ireland entity.
  • Supporting elements of global inventory accounting.
  • Assist with ad hoc financial analysis and queries.
  • Support with group and local statutory audit requests in addition to tax requirements.
  • Preparation of the bridge file and review of the Financial Statements.
  • Oversee direct report’s activities and work to develop the individuals further.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Accounting Qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA etc.).
  • Minimum 8 years’ industry/post qualification experience.
  • Strong understanding of IFRS accounting principles.
  • High level of Microsoft Office Excel proficiency.
  • Multinational pharmaceutical experience is preferred.

To apply for this job email your details to lara.miranda-pinto@tandempm.ie.