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Accounts Assistant - Expired

Job Title Accounts Assistant
Job Type Permanent
Salary Up to €0.00 per annum
Location Clare, Republic of Ireland
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference BBBH873_1528452243
Job Advertised about 3 years ago

Vitalograph is one of the world's leading manufacturers of cardio-respiratory medical devices, used in the diagnosis of respiratory disorders, and advanced high-reliability software systems and analytics used in clinical drug trials. Based in Ennis, Co. Clare for over forty years, we now wish to recruit the following for an immediate start:

Accounts Assistant
Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Accounts Assistant will work within the Finance Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for the monthly and weekly payroll; accounts payables and receivables; and budgets.

Duties include:

  • Processing monthly & weekly payroll using Sage Micropay Professional, tracking staff hours, calculating holiday pay, creating new staff profiles, dealing with HR, tax and employment queries
  • Processing euro & foreign currency receipts and payments
  • Creating and submitting VAT returns
  • Monthly report reconciliations, investigation and resolving any variances
  • Budget preparations and cost analysis
  • Producing financial reports as and when requested by Senior Management

Minimum Requirements:

  • Certification or Degree in Accounting or business is desirable
  • Accountancy or Payroll qualification (or part-qualified)
  • Minimum of 5 years' accounting experience
  • Financial management skills, including strong numerical skills, attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent timekeeping and attendance
  • Competent person, capable of working under their own initiative with minimal supervision
  • Proficiency in MS Office and accounting packages required; experience in Sage Micropay Professional software preferred

If you are interested in the above position, please email a CV to

For more information on Vitalograph (Ireland) Ltd. please visit

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