Office / Finance Administrator – Buncrana

Inishowen Children's Autism Related Education Limited (ICARE)

Closing Date: 26/05/2022
Part Time

Inishowen Children’s Autism Related Education Limited are hiring an
Office/Finance Administrator

P/T Hours: 20 hours per week
Rate: €18 per hour

Job Description
The successful applicant will be reporting directly to ICARE’s Finance
Sub-committee/Steering committee to work closely with the ICARE Co-ordinator
and the iADULT Manager implementing and monitoring financial procedures in relation to programmes and operations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Overseeing and maintaining effective and efficient financial accounting records
  • Preparing financial reports to the Board of Directors
  • Efficient operation of the monthly payroll and processing payments
  • Keeping accurate accounting records and following internal financial
    controls and procedures for sales ledger/purchase ledger/banking
  • Liaising with HSE and other outside agencies to secure continued funding
  • Assisting the collection, counting & banking of charity boxes
  • Managing company correspondence including phone calls, emails, letters and packages
  • Managing inventory of office supplies. including stationery and multimedia equipment to ensure smooth office operations
  • Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Preparing financials for annual audit
  • Essential qualifications/experience
  • Accounting qualification/s years experience in a similar role
  • Self knowledge of financial and accounting procedures
  • Proficient in MS Office and Excel. Experience in operating accounts software,
    Surf is desirable

How to apply

Apply in writing with your CV to:
or post/drop to:
ICARE Centre, Looking Glass Brae, Ballymacarry, Buncrana, Co. Donegal F93 XY61
Tel: 07493 62226 Mob: 086 1081200

Closing Date: Thursday 26.05.2022 (5pm)

Inishowen Development Partnership is a community led local development company that has successfully delivered rural development and social inclusion programmes and initiatives in Donegal since 1996 on behalf of the European Union and the Irish Government through the National Development Plan.