The Community Lynks Project is a Community Employment Scheme that works with people to re-integrate them back into the community through education and employment.

The Community Lynks Project in Inchicore are looking for an Accounts/Payroll/Administrator

Overall Role:

* To ensure the effective and efficient administration and co-ordination of all the financial and material resources of the CE Scheme and to report to the Management Team/Sponsor Group on its implementation.

Key Tasks: duties and responsibilities:

* Administer all areas of finance including organisation, planning and control of project budgets and accounts
* Responsibility for the maintenance of financial records including books of account, records of all payments and receipts, and all supporting documentation.
* Administer wage payments and apply for wage, training and material grants from the DEASP.
* Administer budget management and control of the finances. Liaise with and provide financial reports to the management team.
* Liaise with the local DEASP, LDTF, HSE and other funding bodies, accountant and bank regarding financial matters.
* Research and access funding and prepare proposals for funding applications.
* Prepare all reports including the development of the Annual Report and Strategic planning reports for the project and any other reports deemed necessary by the Sponsoring Committee and funders.
* Ensure the implementation of all up-to-date legislation in policies regarding employment of CE participants
* To perform such other duties as requested by the Management Team/Sponsor Group.
* To manage cheque payments and reconciliation
* To manage requisitions and account management for all suppliers to the scheme.
* To undertake bank reconciliations.
* To perform online banking duties.
* To perform such other duties as requested by the Management Team/Sponsor Group.

Work Experience:

* Must have 3 years (minimum) supervisory experience
* Previous management experience in Administration/ accounts

Interpersonal Skills:

* Excellent communication skills
* Excellent Report Writing and Computer Skills
* Must be articulate and assertive.
* Be able to work on your own initiative
* Competent English speaking & writing skills required.
* Must work well in a team

Education & Training:

* Major Award at 3rd Level (NFQ Level 6 or higher).

Terms & Conditions:

* This is a full-time position - 39 hours per week excluding lunch breaks, based on annual contract.
* Available to work flexible hours when necessary.
* Salary will be in conjunction with DEASP rates.

Contract Type:

* Yearly – subject to DSP funding

How to Apply:

Candidates should submit a letter of application and CV by email to, no later than 12pm on Monday 11th January, 2021. Alternatively you may apply at