Finance Manager

[Posted 25 May]

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) has a twofold mission: to prevent the harm and heal the trauma of all forms of sexual violence. We provide therapeutic and first response services through the National 24/7 Helpline, face to face therapy and a developing online counselling programme. We provide accompaniment and support to those who attend the Rotunda Sexual Assault Treatment Unit, Garda Stations, and the Courts. In addition, we offer education and training programmes for a wide variety of professionals, frontline staff and volunteers who work with those who have experienced sexual violence.

The Role:

The Finance Manager is a standalone role reporting directly to the CEO and is responsible for the management, control and reporting of DRCC’s finances.  The successful candidate must have experience of Sage50 and a good understanding of SORP would be a clear advantage.

This is an excellent opportunity to work in a very rewarding environment and would be ideally suited to someone who wants to work in the charity sector or has previous experience in this sector.

  • Location: Dublin 2
  • Salary: €65,000 depending on experience

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure that financial reporting is to the highest standards and that monthly accounts preparation and reporting are completed in a timely manner.
  • Ensure that the business has best in class financial systems and processes, fully aligned to support the operational and strategic development of the business.
  • Responsible for financial, regulatory and tax compliance.

If you are a qualified accountant with an excellent track record of working in a similar role, with at least 5 years’ experience, this could be the role for you!

Application details:

The recruitment campaign for the role of Finance Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of DRCC by Gilligan Black Recruitment.

Please contact Karen McGregor ( at Gilligan Black Recruitment for further information and to apply for this role.

Please note that DRCC is an equal opportunities employer. All prospective DRCC employees are required to declare prior convictions and whether they have been the subject of any investigation or enquiry into abuse or other inappropriate behaviour. Gardaí Vetting is a requirement.

Volunteering with the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

We recruit volunteers to support our telephone counselling and accompaniment services at various intervals throughout the year. Volunteers are a vital part of our mission to heal the trauma of sexual violence and we rely heavily on their dedication and commitment. No prior experience is needed, we provide full training and expert support.

If you are interested in volunteering with our fundraising team or in some other capacity, we would love to hear from you.Visit our volunteering page for an expression of interest form and more information. You can also email us with any queries, or telephone us at 01-661 4911.