Job Vacancy (Accounts/Administration/IT Assistant)
Tipperary County Board. Lár na Páirce. Slievenamon Road. Thurles
Full-time permanent position.
Salary €27,000 – €29,000, depending on experience
Tipperary County Board are currently recruiting for the role of Accounts/Administration/IT Assistant in our Thurles office.
The Tipperary County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association – Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste ChontaeThiobraid Árann) is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Tipperary and the Tipperary County teams.
The successful candidate must have experience in an accounts position, and administration and enjoy a varied role whichwill be focused on accounting data input, administration of our County Board Draw and management of our match day scanners and Tap & Go machines, as well as their associated systems online and our match Streaming service. You will be working with the accounts, administration, IT and management team in our Thurles office.
Key Roles & Responsibilities:
• Provide accurate and efficient administration, accounts and IT support
• Data entry of Income and Expenditure on to the accounts software systems
• Assistance with credit control
• Administration of the County Board Draw and its associated accounts system
• Management of GAA IT Hardware devices
• Management of the GAA match streaming service
• Liase with provincial and national officers re accounts, administration and IT services
• Prepare and present reports to management and other committees on an ongoing basis
• Attend meetings at County, Provincial and National level, as required
• Other ad-hoc duties as assigned by management, asrequired
• Minimum 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role
• A finance/accounting/administration qualification would be an advantage
• Experience with an account’s software package
• Excellent IT/computer skills particularly Excel and MS Office Package
• Excellent oral, verbal and written English communication skills
• High level of numerical accuracy
• Excellent organisational skills
• Have an interest in the association
• Understand priorities with the ability to meet tight deadlines
• Attention to detail, flexibility and adaptability in the role are essential
• Ability to multi-task and to work on own initiative
• Ability to work well with others
• Currently eligible to work in Ireland