ANIMA Asset Management Ltd
Part-Qualified Accountant

Position: Part-Qualified Accountant
Reporting to: Financial Controller

Job Description:

Reporting to the Financial Controller, the Part-Qualified Accountant will be responsible for discharging all functions associated or ancillary to the role of Part-Qualified Accountant, including, but not limited to, the following activities:

  • Income – Importing and Posting of all Fee Income streams.
  • Expenses – Daily Posting of Invoices.
  • Cash – Daily posting of Cash Receipts, Payments and other bank movements.
  • Issue of Daily Cash Report.
  • Preparation of Monthly Bank Reconciliation.
  • Preparation of the Monthly Rebate Commissions.
  • Preparation of the Quarterly Rebate Communications.
  • Preparation of the monthly Management Accounts.
  • VAT Return - Completion of supporting VAT File.
  • Preparation of Weekly Payment Runs.
  • Maintenance of Fixed Asset Register.
  • Preparation of CSO Returns (both Regular Monthly and Ad-Hoc Returns).
  • Assisting with the preparation of certain CBI returns.
  • Assisting the Financial Controller with Auditor requests and providing supporting back-up.
  • Dealing with ad-hoc requests from Financial Controller in a timely manner.

The job is based in Dublin, Ireland.

The key requirements for this position are:

  • Third level qualification in Accounting & Finance (or related business degree);
  • Pursuing a career in accountancy.
  • Ideally have a minimum of 2-3 years relevant work experience.
  • Knowledge within the Financial Services Industry is an advantage but not a prerequisite for the position.
  • Having a good grounding in the fundamentals of accounting together with experience of using an accounts package would be preferable (in particular Microsoft Dynamic NAV).
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken) is strictly necessary, Italian is an advantage.

For further information and/or job applications, please contact:

Laura Montarani
ANIMA Asset Management Ltd
Block A, 10th Floor, 1 George's Quay Plaza, George's Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.