Description of job and tasks involved
Managing a team of 4 providing financial reporting and advice on all research & self-financing activities at WIT. Liaising with colleagues within the finance office and external to it in order to provide a responsive and professional service.
- Ensure that all financial policies and procedures are adhered to
- Reporting on all research & self- financing activities
- Preparation of cost claims
- Liaising with project managers, senior managers and a wide variety of external statutory and non statutory bodies
- Co-ordinate and present financial, research focused, training for all WIT staff
- Manage research audits
Experience in European research projects
- Framework 7
- Life Long Learning Leonardo, Grundtvig
- Interreg IVA
- Marie Curie IAPP
- European Research Council
Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is a university-level institution in the South-East of Ireland with over 10,000 students and 1,000 staff. WIT offers tuition and research programes in various areas from Higher Certificate to Degree to PhD. WIT is the major provider of higher education in the South East region of Ireland and one of the largest IOT's in Ireland. The Institute's range and scope reflect the changing needs of the southeast as well as the country as a whole. The range of academic programmes is exceptionally extensive, ranging from Higher Certificate right through to post-doctoral research and covering the Humanities, Health Science, Science, Engineering, Business and Education.
There is a thriving research and postgraduate community in WIT. Many of the researchers have a high profile in both the national and EU community of academics. This is shown by the fact that WIT researchers have competed successfully against University researchers for prestigious national and EU research funding (e.g. PRTLI, SFI and EU Frameworks Programme FP4, FP5, FP6 and most recently FP7). Over the last 10 years Waterford Institute of Technology has successfully attracted over €70 million in research funding.
- Curriculum Vitae
Bachelor Of Business Studies (Trinity College Dublin) 1985-2001: Various Accounting roles (National Health Service UK) 2000: Post Graduate Certificate in Health Economics (University of Aberdeen) 2001-2004: Head of Management & Redevelopment Accounts (Great Ormond Street NHS Trust) since 2005: Project Accountant (Watreford Institute of Technology)