This is a really exciting time for the Finance Division as we have recently embarked on a multi-year Finance Transformation Programme to build a finance function for the future which, through simplification and automation, will enable us to focus on driving performance and implementing the Group strategy.
The Transformation Programme’s remit is to implement a new cloud based ERP solution, including a Financial Product Sub Ledger, General Ledger, Consolidation module and Business Warehouse, together with the design of enhanced work practices to take advantage of the new technology.
We have a number of senior roles both within the Transformation Programme and the Group Finance Divisional Teams (Retail Ireland, Retail UK, Group Centre and Corporate Banking) and we want to hear from high-reaching individuals who can be a part of that transformation journey whilst broadening their experience and building their career in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
You will have an opportunity to be a key member of a Finance function delivering a multifaceted ground-breaking programme, whether the role is in the Transformation Programme or in the Finance Divisional Team . In addition to gaining new skills and experiences, directly contributing in creating, finalising and embedding new finance systems and work processes to make Finance an excellent place to work.
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We recently spoke with Kieran Fitzpatrick, Head of External & IFRS 9 Reporting, about his time working with Bank of Ireland, and what is important in his career.
“Having left the Bank in 2017, I do have recent experience of what I missed about Bank of Ireland. The people who work here are some of the best that I’ve ever worked with. Bank of Ireland’s successes are always led by the people that underpin the tasks and projects. Work though has always been intertwined with family, sports and general chit-chat. It is commonplace within the Bank to see all the difficult tasks carried out and completed in a really enjoyable working environment.”
Working at Bank of Ireland doesn`t have to mean working in an office to have an impact. Our hybrid working model is centered on enabling colleagues to work in a way that is more flexible and productive for them. We offer the ability to work from home, the office and across our agile hubs, depending on your role. Working from home is also key enabler for the Finance Transformation team.
We believe this gives you the ability to balance your 4 w's; wellbeing, workspace, working day and workload.
At Bank Of Ireland we recognise that colleagues’ wellbeing is central to enabling our purpose and putting our values into action. We offer a broad range of wellbeing programmes and platforms to support you, such as Employee-Assistance programmes, Financial Well-being products and services. Bank of Ireland has an inclusive approach, and we have strong policies that support colleagues to combine work and family life such as extended parental leave, fertility leave and supports, menopause supports and a surrogacy support policy.
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