CPA Trainee Accountant - Quantus Advisory - Blackrock - Dublin

  • Job Reference: 00000403-1
  • Date Posted: 17 November 2022
  • Employers: Quantus Advisory
  • Location: Blackrock
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Trainee Accountant
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Role: Trainee Accountant

Location: Blackrock, Dublin 

About Us / Role

Quantus Advisory in Blackrock, Co.Dublin are seeking a CPA Trainee Accountant to join their team. 

Benefits

  • Full training and assigned mentor
  • College fees and exam fees paid for
  • Paid time off for exam leave
  • Flexible hours
  • Office located next to the sea, with spectacular views and a big park to exercise at lunch time 
  • Various transport links ( dart station 5 mins away, bus outside the door) making it easy to travel here

Minimum Requirements

Relevant 3rd level qualification in business/accountancy

  • Proficiency in MS Excel, Word & Windows
  • Excellent verbal & written communication capabilities
  • Numeric skills –a strong aptitude for reviewing, assessing and coherently presenting financial information
  • An aptitude for hard-work
  • Ability to work under pressure within a team environment
  • Ability to meet deadlines and targets
  • Self-motivated individual with drive, enthusiasm and commitment
  • Excellent organisational, analytical and time management skills
  • An interest in or aptitude for embracing and implementing new technology

The CPA designation is the most used designation worldwide for professional accountants and the Institute’s qualification enjoys wide international recognition and CPA Ireland members work in over 50 countries. There are 2.8 million qualified accountants worldwide and 1 million of them are CPA accountants.


You can find more information on CPA Ireland and study options and our syllabus by clicking on the links provided. This year CPA Ireland signed an MRA with the American Institute of CPAs. The MRA will provide an abbreviated qualification pathway for eligible accounting professionals in the U.S. and Ireland to practice in the partner countries.