Internal Controls Manager
This is a new role to the business which will give an outstanding and unique career opportunity to join an exciting and fast-growing value fashion retail group. The role is based in our impressive International Headquarters in the heart of Dublin city. Our Internal Controls team is part of the Finance function and services the Primark business.
What the role will involve; Managing people, coaching and team developmentSupport the documentation of E2E processes using Process Maps, creation of RACMs and the development of recommendations for remediation and improvementManage relationship with third party provider in delivering sameSupport Process Owners in implementing control improvements and change managementDevelopment/Implementation of a repository for process documentationPlan, manage and deliver multiple projects simultaneouslySupport the implementation of an Internal Controls Target Operating Model Present findings and status updates to management in a clear and concise formatBuild strong relationships with all stakeholders, both internal and externalOther related ad hoc activities, as required
Education and Training Required Professional accounting qualification (ACCA, ACA, CPA or equivalent)Project Management qualification would be an advantage
Skills, Knowledge and Experience Required Approx. 7 years experience (preferably in a retail environment)Experience in managing peopleExperience in at least one of the following:Big 4 practice, running Finance Transformation or Controls Programme Advisory projectsIn industry, in an Internal Controls specific roleIn a U.S. multinational, directly involved in implementing SOx requirementsImplementing large scale Change Management projectsExperience in Change Management is keyExperience in flow-charting and associated rules is essentialExperience in managing multiple projects simultaneously is essential Strong report writing skillsExcellent attention to detail and time management skillsExcellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)Excellent planning and organisation skills, ability to multi-task, plan and prioritise work schedule and work within agreed timescales (ensuring third parties do the same)Proficient in MS Office including Word, Excel and PowerPointExperience in using a flow-charting tool, preferably Microsoft VisioExperience with Data Analytic tools would be an advantageOracle Financials would be an advantage
Why work with us?
There’s the competitive salary, of course. But our team in Dublin covers many different countries, giving you the opportunity to work with colleagues from all over the world. We give our people the freedom and space to grow and do things their way. And we have a huge programme of structured learning and development to help with that, covering everything from mindfulness sessions to developing your presenting skills. What’s more, you’ll also be part of a busy, friendly work environment with a gym, café, canteen, choir, book club, running club and plenty of open space to think.
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