Grade 4 (Salary Scale €28-45.5K)
Santry, Dublin 9.
Full Time - Fixed term contract (1 year)
The Daughters of Charity Child and Family Service (DoCCFS) is a not for profit public service organisation. We provide a range of therapeutic supportive services to children and families based in the greater Dublin region. The Service works in collaboration with TUSLA Child and Family Agency local areas in Dublin North East, City, Dublin Mid Leinster, Meath and Wicklow and with Probation Services in Dublin North East. Our Services include an Early Childhood Development Service (ECDS), Family Centre Service, Dublin Safer Families Service and Assessment Services.
The Daughters of Charity Child and Family Service is committed to research and evaluation of our services. The information gathered helps us to improve and to provide high quality services to children and families.
Qualification and Experience Criteria
Applicants must have at least two years’ work experience in a similar role. The successful candidate will be proficient with Microsoft Word & Excel and will have experience using Pegasus Opera & Sage Micropay.
Duties and Responsibilities
Accounts Assistant duties will include:
Supporting the Corporate Support Services manager with updating Finance and Accounts policies and procedures
Updating service records for defined benefits pension schemes
Updating the organisations procurement policy and procedures
Liaising with suppliers to improve value for money for services and supplies
Assisting with payroll processing and reconciliation
Accounts and Payroll Administration projects
Knowledge and experience in the following areas is desirable
Preparing reconciliations of general ledger accounts, provide on-going month-end, quarterly, and year-end reporting
Responsibility for posting invoices to accounting software
Posting and allocation of bank transactions
Responsibility for maintenance of the ledgers
Ad hoc duties to be performed as and when required.
What you bring to the team:
Qualified Accounting Technician/part-qualified Accountant desirable but not essential
2+ years’ experience in a similar position
The candidate should have excellent organizational and time management skills
The candidate will be discreet and professional
Strong attention to detail and accuracy essential with an ability to recognise and address errors in financial data
Ability to multi-task and to work on their own initiative
Proficiency in using Microsoft Excel and Outlook
Excellent team player with strong communication skills with an ability to communicate with people in different business areas
See attached application form which should be submitted to to firstname.lastname@example.org before noon on 12th March 2020.