&Open is always excited to meet creative thinkers, keen observers, emotionally intelligent self-starters, curious collaborators who embrace the new — people who care.

Head of Finance

Dublin, Ireland

We are looking for an experienced, rigorous and insightful individual. A caring character to lead the evolution of the finance element of a dynamic and growing global operation.

A technology company, we are deeply creative, collaborative and rapidly evolving. This role is a senior management role, reporting directly to the CEO. A comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of the financial, statutory and internal reporting processes, financial systems, internal controls and business support is essential.

Responsibilities include:

  • Management of the finance department
  • Working collaboratively with the CEO and leadership team with future funding
  • Developing and contributing a financial perspective to business planning and strategy
  • Preparation and analysis of Group monthly management accounts
  • Budgeting and cash flow management
  • Development of annual budgets and forecasts
  • Lead year-end audit process
  • Manage relationship with relevant external stakeholders
  • Act as finance business partner to other teams within the company
  • Oversee AP and AR functions
  • Preparation of tax and other statutory returns in Ireland, US, Australia and Netherlands
  • Processing of payroll
  • Create and implement finance process improvements
  • Ongoing projects and other ad hoc tasks

Candidate requirements:

  • Qualified accountant with at least 5 years’ PQE working in a fast paced SME
  • Experience in the tech/software or retail industry a plus
  • Must have intercompany and consolidation experience
  • US GAAP experience is an advantage
  • Must have strong systems and process experience
  • Excellent computer and IT skills including Microsoft Excel
  • Excellent organisation and ability to work to deadlines
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

To apply, please send your CV, along with a cover letter, to Mark Legge