Audit Assistant Manager - Not-for-Profit - Dublin

Reference Number: 19-30

Mazars has a long history of providing services to Not-for-Profit clients. Since 2015 our Not-for-Profit practice has grown significantly, and we now work with some of Ireland’s largest and best-known charities and not-for-profits. Our Not-for-Profit team is also involved in the Good Governance Awards for NFPs.

The Position

We wish to appoint a qualified Audit Assistant Manager to work in our Not-for-Profit team within the Dublin Audit & Assurance Services Division. Working closely with the lead NFP Partner and management team this individual will be required to manage and oversee operational aspects and performance of a range of assurance assignments of a recurring and non-recurring nature with specific focus on audit. The individual will also be expected to contribute to the continued growth of the NFP client base as well as to input to the development of the team.  Strong technical, interpersonal and client relationship skills are required for this role. 

Responsibilities

  • Working with the management team towards the achievement of departmental goals and targets
  • Operational supervision of assignments with a specific focus on audit, resourced from a combined pool of staff to achieve client satisfaction combined with targeted operational deliverables
  • Responsible for working to deadlines and within budgets on each assignment
  • Management of the firm’s relationship with clients including service delivery and co-ordination of service offerings from other departments
  • Measurement against personal and firm-wide goals
  • Involvement in training of student trainees including delivery of NFP specific training
  • Involvement in firm / department / practice development and marketing initiatives
  • Responsibility for staff reviewing procedures
  • Involvement in the technical review for the Good Governance Awards as well as other initiatives as they arise

Principal Requirements

  • Qualified auditor or accountant with over three years’ experience in a medium / large practice environment
  • Knowledge of Charities SORP (FRS 102) and Charity Regulation is an advantage but not an absolute requirement
  • Fluent English with excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Experience of operational supervision of assignments and managing of client relationships
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment and an interest in the ongoing development of the team
  • Excellent organisational and planning capabilities
  • Ability to provide guidance to others
  • Strong technical background
  • Ability to work to deadlines and deliver under pressure
  • Excellent computer-literacy skills

For more information please email recruitment@mazars.ie with the reference number 19-30

Mazars is an Equal Opportunities Employer 

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