Accounts Payroll Assistant

Contact Shauna Mooney
  • Salary: €30,000 - €35,000
  • Location: MunsterTipperary
  • Sector: Construction & Civils
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We’re working with one of Irelands leading agricultural engineering companies in their search for an experienced Accounts Payroll Assistant in Tipperary.

The successful candidate will be based in their head office in Tipperary.

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Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Aiding in the preparation of monthly management accounts
  • Preparation and processing of weekly payroll
  • Managing the creditors ledger and ensuring timely payments
  • Creating sales invoices and ensuring prompt collections
  • Completing and filing all required returns with Revenue, CSO, etc. in a timely manner
  • Performing balance sheet reconciliations and maintaining the fixed asset register
  • Handling general office tasks

Requirements:

  • Sage Accounts and Sage Payroll Packages Experience desirable & would be an advantage
  • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in a fast-paced accounting role
  • Proficient in producing monthly accounts and reconciliations
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to thrive in a high-paced environment
  • Excellent analytical and commercial skills
  • Strong IT skills, with proficiency in Excel
  • Proactive in implementing solutions and problem-solving

For more information or to apply directly email shauna.mooney@sonastechnical.com or apply directly on Indeed. 

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