Group Finance currently has a number of open roles across our finance function. We are looking for a mixture of part or newly qualified accountants from a Big 4 or banking background, and more experienced accountants with a mixture of financial services and practice experience. The ideal candidate will have a strong track record within Big 4 or financial services and demonstrate excellent stakeholder engagement skills and an ability to deliver commercial financial insights within tight deadlines.
Our Group Finance function ensures that each business area has the right financial information at their disposal in order to make the best commercial decisions. As a specialist area of the business, Group Finance is responsible for upholding all reporting and regulatory standards, maintaining correct financial information and most importantly ensuring that this information is delivered to the business in a transparent way that everyone can understand. In order to make sure that we deliver on these key points, we need people that are passionate about helping others understand the key financial information they need in order for them to make the best commercial decisions.
Our people are highly qualified and skilled across the accountancy discipline and their previous backgrounds span practice, financial services and industry. We currently have a number of exciting opportunities in our Group Finance function, and are looking for similar motivated and qualified individuals to join our team. If you are interested in joining a dynamic finance function that is always looking for new and innovative ways to provide finance solutions, then Bank of Ireland may be the organisation for you.
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