HireIQ has signed a partnership with Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) to support it in ensuring its qualifications prepare graduates to succeed in the workplace and meet the future requirements of the profession.
With a community of more than 10,000 students and members working in industry, practice and the public sector, ATI provides life-long professional development supports to graduates and members. It also offers highly regarded professional accounting technician diploma and apprenticeship programmes.
Partnering with 417 employers across 22 sectors island-wide, ATI (www.accountingtechniciansireland.ie) is recognised for its innovative accounting technician apprenticeship programmes.
The funded two-year work-based learning programmes provide employers across Ireland with a ready talent pipeline for accountancy and finance roles.
Gillian Doherty, chief operations officer at ATI, said there is continuing strong demand for accounting and financial skills in industry, practice and the public sector, adding: “We’re delighted to be working closely with HireIQ, an organisation which is at the forefront of specialist finance recruitment.
“The partnership will support us in ensuring our qualifications prepare graduates to succeed in the workplace and meet the future requirements of the profession.
“Through membership, ATI graduates benefit from regular training and career support, ensuring the continued relevance of the Accounting Technician qualification to the wider professional environment.”
HireIQ, sources top financial talent on behalf of businesses across Ireland, from the smallest start-up company through to large multinational organisations, placing a premium on customer service for both clients and candidates at all levels within the finance sector.
Its director Shaun Hawkins said: “We’re highly impressed by the all-island reach of the ATI and its established membership body and recognise this excellent opportunity to provide career advice to a network of high-calibre accounting technicians.”
Source: Irish News