We are hiring

Would you like to work with a skilled & experienced team in a dynamic & challenging environment for a progressive & professional organisation?

The DoCCFS are seeking applications to the post of

Finance, Governance and Compliance Manager

(Part-Time - fixed term contract for 2 years)

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 and North City, East and Dublin Mid Leinster.

Our Services include an Early Childhood Development Service (ECDS), Family Centre Service, Dublin Safer Families Service and Assessment Services.

The successful candidate will have proven and demonstrable experience managing Finance, Governance and Compliance initiatives within an organisation of a similar size. In addition, a comprehensive understanding of working in an organisation that provides services to at-risk children and families and the legislative, compliance and policy contexts that underpin these services is essential.

The successful candidate will

· have at least three years’ experience in a financial management role.

· Excellent knowledge of current best practice and reporting requirements in finance, governance and compliance

· Be a qualified accountant or a university degree in business, finance and/or governance.

· Have audit practice experience.

CV's should be forwarded before 15th July 2022. A job description for the role is also available on request.

Successful candidates will benefit from ongoing investment in training and development; will have regular professional supervision and will be eligible for benefits such as competitive salary, credit union scheme and health insurance group scheme. A full valid driving licence is required. The post will be based in Santry but there will be a degree of flexible working available.

The salary will range from €70,636-85,549 (pro-rata).

Interviews are expected to take place in the week commencing 25th July 2022.

The Daughters of Charity is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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