accounting internships in Dublin

Accounting internships in Dublin

Companies located in Ireland provide accounting services to every major economy globally, and Dublin is the center of this sector. What’s more, a leading Dublin-based employment agency has reported a 52% increase in jobs in accounting and finance in 2021, compared to 2020. Our internships in Accounting in Dublin are the perfect way to gain the experience and confidence you will need in your future career as an accountant

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Responsibilities at accounting internships in Ireland may include:

  • Monitoring the company’s cash flow.
  • Managing tax returns.
  • Preparing financial documents.
  • Preparing, validating, and analyzing the month-end close process.
  • Performing account reconciliations.
  • Assisting in various system-related projects, including but not limited to, testing and documentation.


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Internships in accounting in Dublin

Here are a few examples of roles that our accounting interns have taken on before:

  • Accountant

    Accountants are responsible for taking care of their client’s financial operations. This involves preparing and analyzing financial reports and examining their client’s income, expenses, and money owed. Interns have the opportunity to explore different aspects of accounting depending on the industry they work in.

  • Financial Accountant

    The financial accountant is responsible for preparing the monthly financial accounting process and reports. In addition, interns are responsible for the closing of month-end processes, performing analyses of spend, distributing reports to senior management for review, and assisting with year-end audits, and tax compliance. 

  • Cost Accountant

    The cost accountant works on multiple projects of a special nature simultaneously, responsible for building solid relationships and liaising with internal stakeholders daily. Interns will shadow a cost accountant, whose primary responsibilities include managing the product costing process, leading the inventory management process, managing variances with monthly raw material stock, performing weekly and monthly financial reports, as well as reviewing expenditures against budget.

  • Auditor

    The auditor monitors how different business units work, to report on their effectiveness. Interns may be required to report to management, recommend solutions to potential problems, verify assets and liabilities, and examine documentation, reports, operating practices, and records, to ensure internal control.

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Watch the Dublin internship experience below from some of The Intern Group alumni to see what an an accounting internship in Ireland will be like for you.

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The accounting industry

If you have analytical skills, love crunching numbers, and like working in a very structured environment, then a career as an accountant may be right for you. Internships in Accounting in Dublin are a perfect opportunity to work in different types of accounting and environments, such as public, private, fiduciary, forensic, or governmental.

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With more and more businesses being created every year in Dublin, accountants are always in demand. The world’s best accounting firms have established offices in Dublin, and all of our interns are placed with these top-tier organizations. Head to our Accounting & Finance career field page to learn more about our internship program in Dublin.

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