Salary competitive

Job Location Dublin

Type Permanent

Consultant Cliona Lyons


Posted 06 December 2016

Aviation - Associated Director

Location: Dublin

Salary: Competitive

Permanent Position


Our clients Aviation finance department is seeking to recruit an Associate Director to join at an exciting growth phase. The highly competent qualified accountant with 5+ years PQE, will operate at a senior level within our client’s aviation clients finance teams.

Reporting to the Director of Finance and acting as part of the Senior Finance team, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading a finance team and will hold responsibility for the preparation of statutory accounts and therefore will have past experience in the preparation of statutory and management accounts or relevant audit experience.


The ideal candidate will have previous experience in engaging with external auditors and liaising with an internal audit committee. To note experience with aviation lessors would be desirable.

This is a varied role with significant exposure. Excellent career prospects are available in the position.


How to Apply:

For further information on this fantastic permanent job opportunity please apply to CV to Clíona Lyons of Lincoln Recruitment at clyons(@)

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Cliona Lyons

01 6610 444

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