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Who are we and what do we do?

NFP is a leading global insurance business with four core service lines:

  • employee benefits
  • insurance broking and consultancy
  • HR consultancy
  • wealth management

With 6,600 employees worldwide, including 250 in the UK and Ireland, we’re an outstanding company whose passion for building relationships is founded on trust and communication and is at the very heart of everything we do.

What you’ll love about us

We may be a global business, but our culture is united and truly collaborative. We strive to adopt a genuinely flexible approach to working, and we have the technology to make it as easy as possible for our people around the world to connect to one another, and to be productive in and out of the office.

We want everyone to bring their best selves to work each day, so we have a relaxed and casual office environment, plus great employee benefits and socials. Joining NFP means you’ll get plenty of opportunities to invest in your career and personal development.

Attractions - NFP

  • We pride ourselves on our fast-paced, collaborative, vibrant working environment and hybrid model for part-remote working
  • Our PeopleFirst culture means our people work in a flexible and autonomous way and have the freedom and expertise to deliver outstanding service to clients in the way that they know-how. • We build partnerships with organisations that can complement our client offering and we invest in new technology to deliver innovative solutions in our given markets.
  • We build partnerships with organisations that can complement our client offering and we invest in new technology to deliver innovative solutions in our given markets.
  • We focus on making sure that people can bring their best selves to work every day; and that they are placing as much importance on family and community as they do their valuable work.
  • Our diversity and inclusion initiatives and charity work form a large part of this. NFP has an Executive Board member who is dedicated to diversity and inclusion, and has a D&I Board made up of individuals from across our entire business.

About the role

We are recruiting for an Assistant Management Accountant, to join our growing team, based in Dublin. This will see you working closely with a variety of teams to gather and analyse the requirements of the business, create functional specifications, and ensure that the solutions align with our business objectives.

Overview of duties

  • Responsible for reporting financial performance for your business line including the production and reconciliation of monthly management accounts, both P&L and Balance Sheet.
  • Assist with all aspects of internal reporting and the month end reporting process into Group ensuring adherence to timetables, financial integrity and completeness.
  • Managing and reconciling bank accounts, ensuring all transactions are accurately recorded.
  • Managing the day-to-day accounts payable and accounts receivable processes, including the processing of invoices, payments, and collections.
  • Conducting variance analysis and reporting on financial performance against budgets and forecasts.
  • Assisting with year-end audit procedures and preparing audit schedules.
  • Contributing to the development and implementation of financial policies and procedures.
  • Assist with the annual budgeting process within the business unit, providing insight and analysis into the key year on year movements.
  • Support and manage the financial control processes across the business.
  • Monthly income reporting, reconciliation, and income forecasting.
  • Champion continuous process improvements via automation, simplification, centralisation and standardisation to address business needs and build scalability.
  • Support ad-hoc finance projects as required.

Person specification

Knowledge, skills and abilities:
  • Well organised and self-motivated with excellent time management skills
  • Good communication skills and ability to liaise with colleagues at all levels
  • Accurate, with an eye for detail and ability to question everything from a financial perspective
  • Technically competent
Education and experience:
  • Fully/Part qualified accountant.
  • Degree level or equivalent educational qualifications
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills
  • Experience with accounting software such as Xero, Quickbooks, Sage, is an advantage but not a necessity.
  • Experience working towards tight deadlines in a fast paced organisation.
  • Proven business partnering skills
  • Experience of working within management accounts

Key information:

Salary: Competitive depending upon experience
37.5 hours Monday - Friday
Dublin (hybrid)
25 days holiday + bank holidays, Pension Scheme etc

Ready to apply?

If this sounds like something you are interested in please apply, or contact Paige Hughes for further information.