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Controller

Vertex Inc

Cork, Connacht
30+ days ago
Cork, Connacht
30+ days ago
JOB SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for acting as the Finance Manager for multiple foreign subsidiaries of Vertex Inc. ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the accounting systems while partnering with business leaders to support strategic outcomes and operational plans by developing strategies and tactical plans emanating from the business plan.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for integrity, accuracy, and timeliness of monthly financial statements for multiple foreign subsidiaries.
  • Responsible for providing management with relevant financial data and reports necessary to support decision making.
  • Ensure accuracy of accounting records by directing, developing, and implementing policies and procedures in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), or their equivalent, (collectively, GAAP) and IRS regulations.
  • Work closely with Business Leaders in the development and measurement of financial goals, strategies and operational plans, including:
    • Analyzing and evaluating business area operating results and financial position, including comparison to plan and working collaboratively with Business Leaders to understand drivers behind variances that may require adjustment to business activities.
    • Provide recommendations to Business Leaders that may enhance profitability of operations.
  • Manage the financial functions of multiple foreign subsidiaries of Vertex, Inc., including:
    • Accounting - Managing general ledger, month end close and consolidation process, which includes:
      • Recording of monthly journal entries and performance of monthly closing of the general ledger.
      • Reconciling intercompany activity.
      • Creating of workpapers/account reconciliations to support all balance sheet accounts and certain P&L accounts.
      • Managing Fixed Assets subledger in Oracle.
      • Creating and distributing monthly financial statement package(s).
      • Analyzing accounting transactions for accuracy, investigating questionable data and taking corrective action when necessary.
      • Participating in the review and analysis of trend reports for anomalies to ensure a complete and accurate monthly close.
      • Managing Transfer Pricing calculations and ensuring accuracy of calculations.
      • Managing relationships with outsourced third parties.
    • Accounts Payable - Processing payments to vendors and employees.
    • Payroll - Ensuring monthly payroll is processed timely and all applicable withholdings and statutory obligations are completed accurately and in compliance with local requirements.
    • Tax - Managing local tax compliance (i.e. VAT, payroll, corporate, etc.) and supporting Corporate tax needs related to foreign subsidiaries.
    • Treasury - Managing all banking activity for applicable foreign accounts and interfacing with foreign banks as a local liaison
    • Financial Reporting - Act as financial liaison to European management, provide monthly reporting and modeling as needed.
  • Supervise staff and delegate responsibilities as appropriate with consideration to review & oversight of work, proper separation of duties, and backups are in place for vacation coverage.
  • Responsible for managing annual financial statement audits of foreign subsidiaries, leading the engagement with the auditors, and preparing supporting work papers, analysis, and financial statement reports.
  • Exercise professional judgment to moderately resolve complex accounting problems.
  • Coordinate Accounting interactions with other entities to support timely and accurate financial reporting.
  • Act as country liaison and point of contact for process improvements and financial matters. Provide advice to other entities for upcoming initiatives and act as a sounding board for teams and projects with respect to financial and accounting issues.
  • Assist in establishing, implementing, documenting, and monitoring compliance with the Company's adopted accounting policies and procedures, with a focus on foreign subsidiary activities.
  • Work on country cross functional teams related to a variety of areas and projects bringing Finance specific expertise as well as overall business acumen.
  • Establish effective processes and practices for knowledge sharing and communication
  • Lead or participate in other projects or duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coach employees on career development opportunities and strategies.
  • Manage and coach employees on all human resource related processes including selection, performance management, employee relations, terminations, compensation and rewards, employee development, etc.
  • Recognize others' contributions and share credit for success.
  • Own attainment of high employee satisfaction and retention; lead development of program and initiatives within group to attain high employee satisfaction.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • Knowledge of US GAAP, applicable local GAAP for relevant foreign subsidiaries and IFRS required
  • Experience with managing multiple international subsidiaries and consolidation required, preferably with a US parent.
  • Treasury management experience with managing multiple currencies required.
  • Prior experience in handling VAT, corporate taxes and payroll in the applicable foreign jurisdictions required.
  • Experience with Oracle or Workday ERP system or other Cloud based ERP system preferred.
  • Ability to apply professional concepts, experience, and company objectives in order to perform an in-depth analysis of situations or data to resolve complex issues in creative ways.
  • Ability to work without supervision. Latitude for independent decision making
  • Ability to network with key contacts outside own area of expertise.
  • Ability to listen and understand information and communicate the same.
  • Must be results oriented, customer focused, and exhibit good interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office packages.
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills required.
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation and facilitation) skills.
  • Attend educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, developing and/or maintaining proficiency in the latest productivity and technical tools.
  • Sufficient knowledge of business communications, including telephone, voicemail, and e-mail, and operations of office machines, such as photocopier, scanner, and fax.

EDUCATION, TRAINING:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Accounting or equivalent
  • Ten (10) plus years' experience in professional accounting, including overseeing the month in close and reporting process and involvement in other accounting and finance areas.
  • Two (2) plus years' leadership responsibility.
  • CPA certification or Foreign equivalent preferred.
  • Or equivalent combination of education and/or experiencer equivalent experience.

Other Qualifications - The Winning Way behaviors that all Vertex employees need in order to meet the expectations of each other, our customers, and our partners

  • Communicate with Clarity - Be clear, concise and actionable. Be relentlessly constructive. Seek and provide meaningful feedback.
  • Act with Urgency - Adopt an agile mentality - frequent iterations, improved speed, resilience. 80/20 rule - better is the enemy of done. Don't spend hours when minutes are enough.
  • Work with Purpose - Exhibit a "We Can" mindset. Results outweigh effort. Everyone understands how their role contributes. Set aside personal objectives for team results.
  • Drive to Decision - Cut the swirl with defined deadlines and decision points. Be clear on individual accountability and decision authority. Guided by a commitment to and accountability for customer outcomes.
  • Own the Outcome - Defined milestones, commitments and intended results. Assess your work in context, if you're unsure, ask. Demonstrate unwavering support for decisions.

COMMENTS:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals in this position. Other functions may be assigned, and management retains the right to add or change the duties at any time.

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Head of HR

Webrecruit Ireland

Co. Kildare, Kildare
20 days ago
Co. Kildare, Kildare
€50k - €80k Per Year
20 days ago
€50k - €80k Per Year

Head of HR

Co. Kildare

 

The Company

 

Our client is one of the nation’s leading business consultancies, specialising in employee relationship management, employment law, health and safety, and education and training.

 

They work closely with companies to ensure that their staff are being managed in a fair, honest, safe and legal manner.

 

Our client is currently looking for a Head of HR to join one of their clients, an established organisation based in Co. Kildare.

 

The Benefits

 

- Basic salary of €50,000 - €80,000 per annum DOE

- Use of a company car

- Sick pay scheme

- Educational assistance

- Parking facilities

- Support the ongoing growth of the business

 

If you are an accomplished and adaptable HR professional with experience of completing cases in the Workplace Relations Commission, this is a superb opportunity to influence and shape the culture of a successful business.

 

You will have the chance to ensure that the organisation is a leader in HR best practice and provides a nurturing environment where staff are challenged, supported and satisfied in their role. 

 

The Role

 

As the Head of HR, you will oversee the delivery of high-quality HR services across the business and lead the HR Team.

 

Working with the Senior Management Team, you will provide advice and direction on all HR matters and implement HR strategies that align with the company’s strategies and objectives.

 

Some of your role will involve:

 

- Managing the recruitment and selection process

- Counselling managers on candidate selection and ensuring a high-quality onboarding experience is delivered

- Overseeing a performance appraisal system that drives high performance

- Managing the company’s grievance and disciplinary procedures

- Conducing and analysing exit interviews

- Preparing HR budgets and targets

- Keeping abreast of employment law changes and the latest HR best practice

 

About You

 

To be considered as the Head of HR, you will need:

 

- At least five years’ post-graduate experience in an HR position

- A minimum of three years’ experience of completing cases in the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)

- The ability to take charge of any complaints, including managing the full cycle of a WRC claim being submitted

- Experience of HR metrics and knowledge of HR systems

- Excellent communication, influencing and negotiation skills

- A people-oriented approach and strong leadership skills

- The ability to build and manage relationships at all levels of the business

- CIPD membership

- A degree (or equivalent) in Human Resources

 

Other organisations may call this role Human Resources Manager, Senior HR Manager, Employment Relations Manager, Senior HR Generalist, Human Resources Business Partner, HRBP, or Human Resources BP.

 

Webrecruit Ireland and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

 

So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as the Head of HR, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd. The services advertised by Webrecruit Ireland Ltd are those of an Employment Agency.

 

Working hours: full time

 

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Plant HR Manager

Lear Corporation

Roscommon, N/A
2 days ago
Roscommon, N/A
2 days ago

As a member of the Human Resources team, the Plant HR Manager will be responsible for managing the HR department, overseeing employee engagement, administration of hiring, retention, employee systems and records, legal compliance and long-term staffing strategies.

The Role:

Your work will include, but not be limited to:

Sets policies for hiring and oversees adherence to EEOC and affirmative action programs and diversity goals set by the corporation.
Establishes policies that seek to increase retention rates and foster employee job satisfaction and high morale.
Lead employee engagement activities including workplace surveys, communication, and action planning.
Approves terminations, and exercises care that reasons are well documented and are not arbitrary or discriminatory.
Oversees maintenance of accurate and complete personnel records.  Ensures that rules concerning confidentiality and retention are followed.
Keeps abreast of legislation affecting human resources; trains management and monitors company policies to ensure compliance.
Oversees preparation of job descriptions and compensation programs.  Seeks incentive programs that encourage excellent performance and increase retention rates.
Reviews benefits and tries to maximize job satisfaction while keeping the cost of the benefits package under control.
Works with top management to set long-term staffing goals and strategies.
Oversees training and safety programs in context of compliance with government regulation.
Salaried and hourly employee development.
Responsible for center wide human resources planning and development.
Provides functional guidance for administrative support needs.

Your Qualifications:

A bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field
Over five years of experience in human resources with increasing supervisory responsibilities.
Thorough knowledge of laws affecting human resources administration.
Labor background; previous experience in union environment required.
Demonstrated management and organizational skills.
Must have Positive Employee Relations (labor) experience. i.e. working with hourly employees, conducting investigations, and holding disciplinary hearings.
Previous experience managing a large manufacturing site.
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification preferred.
Ideally someone with leadership and strategic management of workforce
Workers compensation knowledge.

Bonus If You Have:

 Master’s degree
UAW experience

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HR Business Partner

Tandem Project Management

Carlow, Carlow
2 days ago
Carlow, Carlow
2 days ago

Summary:
Our client is a global biopharmaceutical company in Carlow who is looking for a HR Business Partner. The successful candidate will play a key role in shaping the culture and people strategy, partnering closely with the site leadership teams and as part of a highly talented Ireland HR team, comprised of a team of experienced HRBPs working across the client’s growing footprint in Ireland; with support from highly talented COE’s (Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development, Compensation and Benefits); and the broader global HR network. As part of the HR team, there will be an opportunity to collaborate with talented and dedicated colleagues while developing and expanding your career, in a true business partner role.
Responsibilities:

  • The HR Business Partner is accountable for providing best in class HR business partner guidance to the client groups and will drive the high-performance culture within the site.
  • Actively provide partnership, guidance and expertise to the leaders of the areas and have a strong commercial perspective to understand the business needs.
  • This role ensures there are strong links between the HR strategy and the business strategy while developing HR practices that act as strategic differentiators.
  • Provide HR support focused on a variety of areas that enable the delivery of business goals such as;
  • Engagement & culture change, Talent development, Succession planning, Performance management, Retention, Compensation/rewards, Organisational design.
  • Work with business leaders to champion a high-performance culture and to create an environment of trust, dignity and respect, where behaviours are aligned to the Company values.
  • Offer strategic HR advice to specific client groups.
  • Support the people strategy and coach leaders to have a strong relationship with each member of their team.
  • Advise, coach and listen to people managers to develop a business owner mindset through the best use of their people and talent.
  • Provide coaching with an emphasis on leadership behaviours.
  • Ensure that HR processes are applied and adhered to consistently and fairly.
  • Develop business understanding with an ability to link global and Ireland strategic goals to site/departmental business strategy.
  • Drive the successful deployment of the ER strategy.
  • Facilitate talent management and succession planning across the organisation aligned to global processes.
  • Initiate interventions and proactively identify issues to resolve them in a timely fashion.
  • Complete any site or global HR projects, as required.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Degree or 3rd level qualification (Business, Human Resources).
  • 5+ years previous relevant experience in a strategic HRBP role, directly guiding and influencing leadership teams.
  • Desirable CIPD Qualification.
  • Strong knowledge of Irish and European employment law framework.
  • Effective at coaching and managing multiple stakeholders.
  • Ability to project manage multiple projects and initiatives through to successful deliver.
  • Desirable evidence of Continuous Professional Development.
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HR Specialist

FRS Recruitment

Dublin South, Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin South, Dublin
€40k - €41k Per Year
1 day ago
€40k - €41k Per Year

We have an opportunity for a skilled human resources specialist who is passionate about recruiting, supporting and developing talent in a fast paced, busy and ever changing environment.
You will be responsible and reliable, and willing to regularly contribute to making the company a better place to work. You will be highly efficient, organised and approachable with a solid knowledge of various HR functions with a particular emphasis on Industrial Relations.
Reporting to the HR Director, the HR specialist will support the delivery of operational human resource activities, HR administration as well as assist in some strategic initiatives.
Human Resources Specialist Duties and Responsibilities
  • Ability to help develop, implement, support, and review all HR department initiatives, policies, procedures, and systems.
  • Recruitment; Assist General Manager's in Dublin with recruitment for their plants. This will mean assessing recruitment needs, sourcing candidates, interviewing, selecting, organising medical questionnaires or assessments, seeking references, obtaining correct work permits, drawing up contracts, monitoring probationary periods. Conduct exit interviews with all leavers and report on findings, analyse and make recommendations.
  • Training; Manage and ensure all training is completed and up to date i.e. Manual handling, Induction, safety training. This means assessing training needs, deciding on training method, organisation and delivery of training, recording of training and evaluation of training. When you identify training that is required, this must be agreed with Plant Managers. All training must comply with ISO guidelines and you will be required to prepare for ISO training audits.
  • Industrial Relations; Composure and confidentiality required to handle disciplinary and grievance issues.
  • Liaise with union shop stewards regarding local issues.
  • Deal with employee issues promptly and effectively before issues escalate.
  • Employee relations; Time & attendance management
  • Formulate new HR policies and review policies from time to time
  • Counsel and mentor management and employees on performance and employee relations related matters.
  • Performance reviews: Participate in performance evaluation processes
  • Administrative duties: prepare monthly HR report, update organisational charts, Maintain and upkeep employment contracts for existing employees.
  • Compensation and benefits; Pension and VHI scheme administration, Annual leave balances updated, Anniversaries.
  • Compliance with all policies and legal requirements
  • Deal with day to day general HR queries and administration from employees and managers and respond effectively and efficiently.
  • Support and occasionally manage any other HR projects/programs as needed by the business. This could be employee engagement, well being, employer branding, performance
  • Assist in maintenance of compliance, in all areas of company policy, with local employment legislation through continuous review of current legislation.
  • Build strong partnerships with employees and managers in Dublin, Cork and NI.
  • Keep abreast of current HR legislation and practices.
  • Assist the HR Director with group projects i.e. employee survey etc

Requirements and Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources preferred. A degree in business or a related field may also be considered.
  • CIPD is essential
  • Successful work experience as a Human Resources Specialist, officer, administrator or other HR position
  • Strong working knowledge of HR functions and procedures (e.g. pay and benefits, recruitment, training, and development)
  • Strong working knowledge and experience with IR issues
  • Commitment to staying current on the understanding of labour laws and disciplinary procedures
  • Proven ability to work independently on multiple tasks with minimum supervision.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills

Please note that we cannot consider applications without CIPD AND strong IR experience
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HR Manager /HRBP excellent opportunity

HRP Group

Dublin, Dublin
8 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
8 days ago

DATE

March 2021

 

POSITION TITLE

HR Manager

LOCATION

Dublin

SALARY

Excellent depending on candidate

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

Our client is an enterprise Building materials supply company based in Ireland. A key supplier to the building, DIY, and retail sector they are looking for a HR Manager. The Group HR Manager will report to the Group CEO and will be based in the company’s head office in West Dublin. As a member of the senior management team the HR Manager will work closely with and support the board and senior managers across the group.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Responsibilities

·         Lead, manage and develop the HR function for the Group

·         Review and develop up to date HR policies and procedures, including employment contracts, employee handbook and terms and conditions of employment.

·         Support managers through the development and implementation of best practice in all aspects of human resources management

·         Working with the board, identify the individual and organisational training needs for the group consistent with the strategy of delivering best in class customer service

·         The HR Manager will manage and further develop the group’s current Training Academy. He/she will co-ordinate and manage all employee training, including induction training, and development programmes

·         Manage the process of recruitment and selection of employees, including screening of potential candidates

·         Ensure HR policies and procedures and how they are implemented is in compliance with all current legislation and relevant regulations

·         Manage all communications with employees regarding relevant company policies, procedures, and issues within the group

·         Support managers in dealing effectively and efficiently with all employee issues including handling of grievances and/or disputes

·         Ensure the accurate recording of all employee remuneration and benefit arrangements, including changes made on an annual or ad hoc basis and working with the board to agree and standardise, where possible, pay rates and incentive schemes for comparable roles across the group

·         Working with the finance department to accurately report on payroll costs monthly across all branches and group functions

·         Develop and implement a suitable and effective performance management system for staff reviews to be undertaken annually and as required

·         Work with the management team on implementing a group wide Employee Attendance Management policy, including accurate monitoring, and recording of all absenteeism. Ensure procedures are adhered to in relation to annual sick leave, employee welfare and appropriate action is taken in terms of follow up and medical referral, where necessary

·         Supporting the management team in ensuring accurate recording and reporting of all employee contracted annual leave, including statutory entitlements

·         Deliver on key performance indicators for the HR function as set by the board

NUMBER OF YEARS PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

 The Candidate

Ideally the HR Manager will:

·         Possess a third level qualification in Human Resources Management or equivalent CIPD, Degree in HRM.

·         Have at least three years’ experience in a HR management role

·         Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including negotiating skills and conflict resolution

·         Has excellent interpersonal and management skills.

·         Have excellent report writing skills and the ability to evaluate information and spot relevant trends

·         Have good planning skills and the ability to solve problems, making informed decisions appropriate for the business

·         Have the ability to effectively manage change and organisational development 

·         Possess a commitment to hard work and the pursuit of performance excellence, while operating to the highest ethical standards

leisa@hrpgroup.ie

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HR Consultant Generalist / outsourced HR Generalist full time

HRP Group

Dublin, Dublin
8 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
8 days ago

DATE

March 2021

POSITION TITLE

HR Consultant Generalist / outsourced HR Generalist full time

LOCATION

Dublin city centre

SALARY

Excellent

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

We are a leading Human Resource Consultancy based in Dublin city centre. Established for 16 years we have an unrivalled reputation for providing “Best Practice” HR Advice and support to a wide range of clients in multi-jurisdictional locations. Our core business model is providing outsourced HR support on a project and retained basis to ensure full legal compliance and “Best Practice” HR policies and procedures are in place. Our clients include many of Ireland’s largest corporations as well as Government Departments and State Agencies.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Reporting to the Director’s, the HR consultant will be responsible for the day to day activities in our client companies which include a range of standard professional HR support activities and processes.

NUMBER OF YEARS PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

We are seeking to engage a HR Consultant who has c.4 years’ experience working in HR as a generalist. This is a challenging and fast paced environment, The person in this role must be able to work independently, take a hands-on approach, and interface effectively with professionals at all levels.  You'll need excellent communication, professional interpersonal skills, and the ability to function in an innovative environment.

Experience in a HR environment (4 + years)

·         Experience in hands on ER (desirable)

·         Degree/Masters in Human Resources or other relevant third level qualification (CIPD etc.)

·         Solid understanding Irish Employment law knowledge

·         Recruitment experience

·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

·         Excellent writing skills (contracts , handbooks , draft letters, minutes, reports, job advertisements etc.)

·         Enthusiastic and confident with the ability to work with varying types of people

·         Be self-motivated and prepared to work on own initiative

·         Possess the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality in all aspects of the role

·         Must be a team player, yet highly self-driven and ambitious

·         Responsive and flexible approach to work, with a “can-do” attitude

·         The ability to work under tight deadlines and high pressure

·         High level of IT proficiency and working knowledge of the following packages:  Email, Internet, MS Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint

 

Cv’s to : leisa@hrpgroup.ie

 

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HR Operations Lead

Osborne

Dublin, Dublin
30 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
30 days ago

HR Operations Lead

My client, a well-established, growing organisation are seeking to recruit a HR Operations Lead to augment their growing team based in Dublin West. This company is transforming the Healthcare industry to provide solutions with a human-centred approach and is looking for a confident and driven professional who is looking to excel within a HR career.

 

Salary & Benefits

  • Salary is dependent on experience
  • Flexibility to work around your schedule – not a standard 9-5 job, this client understands the importance of work/life balance
  • Unlimited growth opportunities: this company promotes and encourages your own career development and learning
  • Company pension, healthcare and also work from home opportunities.

 

Key responsibilities:

  • Working closely with the Head of Human Resources to ensure the alignment of the HR function against the commercial strategy and business requirements.
  • Building effective HR operation relationships across the business and becoming a trusted advisor to stakeholders.
  • Influencing and guiding on relevant people priorities and initiatives and effectively delivering an excellent HR service
  • Leading a team of HR professionals and developing a seamless 'end to end' service culture within the team, including identifying and implementing process engineering initiatives to improve efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery
  • Supporting the ongoing professional development of the team through coaching, feedback, stretch assignments and other development methodologies.
  • Overseeing the design, development, and implementation of an enhanced performance management and development processes within the HR Operations team, including identifying KPI's based on best practice benchmarks for HR operations within similar organisation structures
  • Contribute to rostering and workforce planning across the organisation.
  • Guiding, managing and overseeing the talent acquisition function, to include collaborative management of an in-house recruiter and RPO function.
  • Overseeing payroll function and reporting back to Head of Human Resources on payroll related issues.
  • Attend meetings as required on behalf of the Head of Human Resources.
  • Any other duties as assigned by line manager.

 

Requirements:

  • You will be able to clearly demonstrate strong HR experience gained in a complex, people-focused organisation.
  • Demonstrate a proven strategic and operational Senior HR Professional mindset, with a good sense of best practice across a range of sectors.
  • Detailed understanding of all aspects of HR, including reward & recognition, employee relations, learning & development, and organisation design.
  • Healthcare HR experience desirable.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills
  • Results driven with excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent influencing and negotiating skills with strong business acumen and commercial credibility.


For more information please apply through the link provided for the attention of Ellen Byrne or call Osborne Recruitment on 01 598 4334

If you are interested in finding out more about the above role and would like to be considered other suitable roles that we may have available for your skill set - please attach your CV via the link provided

Please submit your updated CV in Word Format

 

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2021-4214

Daktronics

Ennistymon
30+ days ago
Ennistymon
30+ days ago

Every day, in nearly 100 countries around the world, millions of people depend on Daktronics scoring and display systems for information and entertainment. Our displays provide vital travel information in airports and train stations and along highways. They advertise the price of gas, store specials, and more as you make your daily commute. They also enhance spectators' experiences at sporting events of all kinds, from Little League to major leagues.

 

Daktronics, Inc., headquartered in Brookings, SD, USA, is a world leader in the design, manufacturing, sales and service of large screen video displays, scoreboards, and computer programmable display systems.  We have employees in 15 countries, and factories in three locations in the US, in Shanghai, China, and in Ennistymon, Ireland. Our Ireland factory manufactures and assembles a variety of LED and LCD productions for the transportation and commercial markets.

 

Our global Human Resources team partners with our leaders to foster an engaging environment that leads to long-term mutual prosperity for each individual and for the organization.  HR Business Partners engage closely with leaders and stakeholders on a wide spectrum of issues, and are supported by our Professional Services, Coordination and Operations teams.

 

We are strategically adding to our International HR Business Partner team, by opening this opportunity for an HR Business Partner to focus on HR and Safety for the Ennistymon factory.

 

What are my responsibilities?

 

Your responsibilities will be focused on accelerating our Success Through People in the Ireland factory.

 

You will partner with the Plant Manager and other factory leaders on People Strategies and Initiatives, Capacity and Capability Planning, Organizational Structures, Continuous Improvement and Safety, practicing and teaching behavioral based coaching and safety methodologies. Daily, you will be teaching and coaching leaders and partnering with leaders to engage employees and address employee issues.

 

You will partner with our global HR professional services team and the International HR team to foster best practices consistent with Irish employment law and practices and Daktronics philosophies. You will partner with leaders and our HR team to manage compensation and benefits planning and strategy, leaves and injured workers compensation, and employee communications and development.

 

You will also partner with our global Safety team to maintain and enhance the safety culture in the factory, practicing and teaching Behavioral Based Safety.

 

Where will I work?

 

You will work mostly in our Ennistymon facility, engaging closely with the leaders and employees. Some of your work can be done at home if you prefer, such as communicating with teams in the US. Occasionally you will have opportunities to travel to other Daktronics locations for learning and planning.


What do I need to be successful?

 

We are seeking an individual who has demonstrated successful experience in leading through positive influence. Positively influencing others includes bringing clarity and inspiration to a shared purpose, teaching, and coaching, and mentoring to accelerate progress, and modeling leader behaviors and our core values.

 

We believe the competencies most likely to be helpful to and developed in this experience include: Strategic Agility, Managing Vision and Purpose, Managerial Courage, Standing Alone, Perspective, Informing, Process Management and Priority Setting. 

 

Helpful experiences include collaborative decision making, managing projects, communicating to individuals and groups, coaching and mentoring. Especially helpful is experience in Supervising or in HR.

 

What do I need to be qualified?

  • Third level education or pursuing third level education.
  • Ability and willingness to obtain necessary education, trainings, and certifications for responsibilities.
  • Supervisory, Human Resources, or Safety experience preferred.
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to travel by air and ground transportation.
  • Must have valid passport.
  • Must be a resident or have proper documentation to work in the republic of Ireland.
  • Background check will be conducted. 
  • Effectively exercise discretion and independent judgment.

If you are interested in a challenging and exciting role with significant opportunities for growth and development, we encourage you to apply online.

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Senior Projects Engineer - Production Space Optimisation Job (Galway, G, IE)

Boston Scientific

Galway
14 days ago
Galway
14 days ago

 

Purpose and Passion • Comprehensive Benefits • Life-Work Integration • Community • Career Growth

At Boston Scientific, you will find a collaborative culture driven by a passion for innovation that keeps us connected on the most essential level. With determination, imagination and a deep caring for human life, we’re solving some of the most important healthcare industry challenges. Together, we’re one global team committed to making a difference in people’s lives around the world. This is a place where you can find a career with meaningful purpose—improving lives through your life’s work.

About the role:

The purpose of this role is to manage and improve the Production Space Planning process through strong collaboration with each of the production units, the Facilities and Finance departments and to communicate recommendations to the site leadership team. This role will give the ideal candidate a unique opportunity to interact with and influence the senior management and leadership teams in BSC Galway regarding Strategic Space Planning decision making. The role is a stand-alone position that requires the candidate to work on their own initiative and to propose options supporting the campus space strategy. 

This position will report to the site Industrial Engineering and Operations Training Manager.

 

Your responsibilities will include:  

  • Develop and maintain a 5-year Production Space Optimisation plan
  • Responsible for ensuring that all approved moves align to the Production Space Optimisation plan
  • Manage the portfolio of space moves for the campus
  • Initiate or maintain work schedules and priorities for cross departmental space transfers
  • Provide timely communication on project progress to all relevant cross-functional stakeholders, and across all levels of the organization, including the senior leadership team
  • Work with the Industrial Engineering team on the implementation of the Production Space Optimisation plan
  • Identify potential expansion options to meet future business needs for the campus
  • Builds strong relationships and collaborates with Operations, R&D and PD
  • Align closely with Facilities on all planned changes to the plant and off-site locations
  • Support the development of the annual Global Facilities Master Plan (GFMP) for the Galway campus
  • Liaise with finance to establish which projects are tracking to plan and how best to manage financial projections (F1, F2, F3, AOP)
  • Influences, guides, and manages internal/external resources to achieve critical program goals
  • Lead other site/department projects and programs as required
  • Manage all Corporate requests regarding current space utilisation and development plans

What we’re looking for in you:

  • The position requires a bachelor’s degree and experience in high volume manufacturing.
  • BS in Engineering or Science is required at level 8, 240 ETCS credits
  • Must have proven business acumen, effective communication skills, demonstrated track record of project management execution, and leadership experience
  • Engineering background and experience in medical devices industry preferred with exposure to Production Space Planning
  • Demonstrate communication and influencing skills at the highest levels of management across a cross-functional organization.
  • Must have experience managing and leading projects

Posted

30+ days ago

Description


JOB SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for acting as the Finance Manager for multiple foreign subsidiaries of Vertex Inc. ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the accounting systems while partnering with business leaders to support strategic outcomes and operational plans by developing strategies and tactical plans emanating from the business plan.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for integrity, accuracy, and timeliness of monthly financial statements for multiple foreign subsidiaries.
  • Responsible for providing management with relevant financial data and reports necessary to support decision making.
  • Ensure accuracy of accounting records by directing, developing, and implementing policies and procedures in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), or their equivalent, (collectively, GAAP) and IRS regulations.
  • Work closely with Business Leaders in the development and measurement of financial goals, strategies and operational plans, including:
    • Analyzing and evaluating business area operating results and financial position, including comparison to plan and working collaboratively with Business Leaders to understand drivers behind variances that may require adjustment to business activities.
    • Provide recommendations to Business Leaders that may enhance profitability of operations.
  • Manage the financial functions of multiple foreign subsidiaries of Vertex, Inc., including:
    • Accounting - Managing general ledger, month end close and consolidation process, which includes:
      • Recording of monthly journal entries and performance of monthly closing of the general ledger.
      • Reconciling intercompany activity.
      • Creating of workpapers/account reconciliations to support all balance sheet accounts and certain P&L accounts.
      • Managing Fixed Assets subledger in Oracle.
      • Creating and distributing monthly financial statement package(s).
      • Analyzing accounting transactions for accuracy, investigating questionable data and taking corrective action when necessary.
      • Participating in the review and analysis of trend reports for anomalies to ensure a complete and accurate monthly close.
      • Managing Transfer Pricing calculations and ensuring accuracy of calculations.
      • Managing relationships with outsourced third parties.
    • Accounts Payable - Processing payments to vendors and employees.
    • Payroll - Ensuring monthly payroll is processed timely and all applicable withholdings and statutory obligations are completed accurately and in compliance with local requirements.
    • Tax - Managing local tax compliance (i.e. VAT, payroll, corporate, etc.) and supporting Corporate tax needs related to foreign subsidiaries.
    • Treasury - Managing all banking activity for applicable foreign accounts and interfacing with foreign banks as a local liaison
    • Financial Reporting - Act as financial liaison to European management, provide monthly reporting and modeling as needed.
  • Supervise staff and delegate responsibilities as appropriate with consideration to review & oversight of work, proper separation of duties, and backups are in place for vacation coverage.
  • Responsible for managing annual financial statement audits of foreign subsidiaries, leading the engagement with the auditors, and preparing supporting work papers, analysis, and financial statement reports.
  • Exercise professional judgment to moderately resolve complex accounting problems.
  • Coordinate Accounting interactions with other entities to support timely and accurate financial reporting.
  • Act as country liaison and point of contact for process improvements and financial matters. Provide advice to other entities for upcoming initiatives and act as a sounding board for teams and projects with respect to financial and accounting issues.
  • Assist in establishing, implementing, documenting, and monitoring compliance with the Company's adopted accounting policies and procedures, with a focus on foreign subsidiary activities.
  • Work on country cross functional teams related to a variety of areas and projects bringing Finance specific expertise as well as overall business acumen.
  • Establish effective processes and practices for knowledge sharing and communication
  • Lead or participate in other projects or duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coach employees on career development opportunities and strategies.
  • Manage and coach employees on all human resource related processes including selection, performance management, employee relations, terminations, compensation and rewards, employee development, etc.
  • Recognize others' contributions and share credit for success.
  • Own attainment of high employee satisfaction and retention; lead development of program and initiatives within group to attain high employee satisfaction.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • Knowledge of US GAAP, applicable local GAAP for relevant foreign subsidiaries and IFRS required
  • Experience with managing multiple international subsidiaries and consolidation required, preferably with a US parent.
  • Treasury management experience with managing multiple currencies required.
  • Prior experience in handling VAT, corporate taxes and payroll in the applicable foreign jurisdictions required.
  • Experience with Oracle or Workday ERP system or other Cloud based ERP system preferred.
  • Ability to apply professional concepts, experience, and company objectives in order to perform an in-depth analysis of situations or data to resolve complex issues in creative ways.
  • Ability to work without supervision. Latitude for independent decision making
  • Ability to network with key contacts outside own area of expertise.
  • Ability to listen and understand information and communicate the same.
  • Must be results oriented, customer focused, and exhibit good interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office packages.
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills required.
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation and facilitation) skills.
  • Attend educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, developing and/or maintaining proficiency in the latest productivity and technical tools.
  • Sufficient knowledge of business communications, including telephone, voicemail, and e-mail, and operations of office machines, such as photocopier, scanner, and fax.

EDUCATION, TRAINING:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Accounting or equivalent
  • Ten (10) plus years' experience in professional accounting, including overseeing the month in close and reporting process and involvement in other accounting and finance areas.
  • Two (2) plus years' leadership responsibility.
  • CPA certification or Foreign equivalent preferred.
  • Or equivalent combination of education and/or experiencer equivalent experience.

Other Qualifications - The Winning Way behaviors that all Vertex employees need in order to meet the expectations of each other, our customers, and our partners

  • Communicate with Clarity - Be clear, concise and actionable. Be relentlessly constructive. Seek and provide meaningful feedback.
  • Act with Urgency - Adopt an agile mentality - frequent iterations, improved speed, resilience. 80/20 rule - better is the enemy of done. Don't spend hours when minutes are enough.
  • Work with Purpose - Exhibit a "We Can" mindset. Results outweigh effort. Everyone understands how their role contributes. Set aside personal objectives for team results.
  • Drive to Decision - Cut the swirl with defined deadlines and decision points. Be clear on individual accountability and decision authority. Guided by a commitment to and accountability for customer outcomes.
  • Own the Outcome - Defined milestones, commitments and intended results. Assess your work in context, if you're unsure, ask. Demonstrate unwavering support for decisions.

COMMENTS:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals in this position. Other functions may be assigned, and management retains the right to add or change the duties at any time.

Source: Vertex Inc