Revenue Recognition Associate

This company are a major global supplier of branded and generic pharmaceutical products. They have a proud heritage dating back more than 160 years and are committed to sustaining life and promoting health care through increasing access to its high quality, effective, affordable medicines and products. Globally, this organisation has a headcount of 10,000 employees within the region of 200 staff based in Dublin, at their European headquarters. Due to a vacancy on the team they require a revenue recognition associate, this is a perfect role for someone studying their accountancy exams. This is a 12 month fixed term contract.

The Role

You will be responsible for:

  • Ensure revenue recognition process is followed and all sales are recognised within agreed time lines
  • As required work closely & provide any requested information to logistic service providers, market owners, commercial teams, finance etc
  • You will be involved in developing and implementing processes for the team
  • Where applicable sales order creation/reversal on ERP system
  • Follow up with logistics or relevant party where documentation is missing or there are special market requirement
  • Create associated invoice, validate all details and issue accordingly
  • Inform customers of pending shipments and communicate any issues or other relevant information

The Person

  • Studying your ACCA, ACA or CIMA this will be a considerable advantage
  • SAP experience is an advantage
  • You will need to be a flexible and adaptable employee
  • Previous experience in a financial environment is necessary
  • You will need a good level of Excel (pivot tables and V-look ups)

The Benefits

  • Excellent salary and package
  • Chance to gain great experience in a market leading business
  • A real opportunity to be made permanent and progress in the company

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Cormac Doyle at HRM on +353 1 632 18 78 for a confidential discussion.

Salary: €38000 - €38000 Location: Dublin City Centre