IAASA is seeking to fill the following roles:
Corporate reporting specialist (closing 11 December 2023)
Corporate Reporting Specialists examine the compliance of certain entities’ periodic corporate reporting with applicable accounting standards (principally IFRS and Irish/UK GAAP) and relevant legislation. Additionally, they examine the compliance of those entities’ sustainability reporting in accordance with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD ). The Unit is also responsible for liaising with other countries’ financial reporting and enforcement bodies and fora, including the European Securities Markets Authority (ESMA).
Successful candidates will be eligible for membership of an Irish Recognised Accountancy Body with substantial post qualification experience at a suitably senior level in areas of relevance to the role (e.g., audit, financial reporting, sustainability or in an associated enforcement environment), and will possess extensive knowledge of corporate reporting standards.
Corporate reporting specialist – detailed job description
Administrative executive (fixed term) (closing 11 December 2023)
This is a 42-week fixed term role. The Administrative Executive (fixed term) will be responsible for the provision of high quality administrative support to the staff of the various operational units in respect of a wide range of activities. The successful candidate will work closely with other team members on the delivery of a wide range of projects and processes as well as providing support to the head of unit with day-to-day activities.
Applicants will have a minimum of two years’ relevant experience in an office environment. A professional or third-level qualification in an area relevant to the responsibilities of the position, and/or a background working in a regulatory setting will be an advantage.
Administrative executive (fixed term) – detailed job description
Audit inspector (closed)
The role of an Audit Inspector is to inspect the quality of the audits of public interest entities as well as the internal quality control processes of the major audit firms. Additionally, audit inspectors will inspect the quality of work performed to support the assurance provided on sustainability reporting of public interest entities in accordance with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). An inspector will participate in inspections of the major audit firms dealing with senior staff and partners at those firms.
Successful candidates will be eligible to be members of a Recognised Accountancy Body or the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, and will have substantial and recent experience at audit manager level or above auditing listed companies or other major entities. Experience at a large audit firm preferred, and insurance, ICT audit, or sustainability experience will be an advantage.
Audit inspector – detailed job description
If you would like to have a confidential discussion about any of these roles, please send your name, contact mobile, and indication of availability to email@example.com. IAASA is committed to a policy of equal opportunity, and welcomes applications from people with disabilities.