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  • Management Accountant

    Dedicated to delivering a superior experience to customers Hydro Tasmania is a successful, vibrant player in the energy industry and is Australias largest producer of renewable energy. Continuing growth, excellent working conditions and career opportunities make Hydro Tasmania and its subsidiaries Momentum and Entura a great place to work. Hydro Tasmania are seeking a Management Accountant who will be based in our Melbourne office and providing their service to retail business Momentum Energy In this this newly created role you will support the team in ensuring that accounting records are kept accurate and up-to-date to facilitate the production of reliable financial and management reports. You will assist in the preparation of internal financial reports and budgets along with assisting in identifying and implementing process improvements. In addition you will also provide advice and assistance across the organisation on financial matters. Your key accountabilities will include Assisting with the preparation of the monthly Momentum Energy performance report Assisting in analysing costs for our IPS and HUB teams Ensuring the integrity of financial information in the general ledger and financial reporting systems Sundry reporting and responding to ad hoc financial queries To be considered for this role You will come with relevant qualifications in accounting along with 2-3 years™ experience in an operational accounting role, and experience in a chartered accounting firm. You™ve got a strong work ethic, you™re eager to learn and not afraid to get your hands dirty. With a focus on customer service, and a collaborative approach you will have the proven ability to build effective partnerships within your own team and across the organisation. With a solution oriented approach to problem solving you will have sound analytical skills which cover complex operational problems in the context of ambiguity and change. Your analytical skills will also enable to to ascertain actionable insights from management accounting data. You will also come with a sound technical background ideally you have experience in using SAP. Whilst not essential a knowledge of the Australian energy industry, Chartered Accountant or CPA qualifications or working towards this qualification and the proven ability to analyse information to support cost reductions in a business will be seen as desirable. Application Instructions To apply for this position, attach your cover letter and your resume, as well as any other supportive documentation that are relevant to the position. Applications close 9AM Tuesday 12th February 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Management Accountant

    Dedicated to delivering a superior experience to customers Hydro Tasmania is a successful, vibrant player in the energy industry and is Australias largest producer of renewable energy. Continuing growth, excellent working conditions and career opportunities make Hydro Tasmania and its subsidiaries Momentum and Entura a great place to work. Hydro Tasmania are seeking a Management Accountant who will be based in our Melbourne office and providing their service to retail business Momentum Energy In this this newly created role you will support the team in ensuring that accounting records are kept accurate and up-to-date to facilitate the production of reliable financial and management reports. You will assist in the preparation of internal financial reports and budgets along with assisting in identifying and implementing process improvements. In addition you will also provide advice and assistance across the organisation on financial matters. Your key accountabilities will include Assisting with the preparation of the monthly Momentum Energy performance report Assisting in analysing costs for our IPS and HUB teams Ensuring the integrity of financial information in the general ledger and financial reporting systems Sundry reporting and responding to ad hoc financial queries To be considered for this role You will come with relevant qualifications in accounting along with 2-3 years™ experience in an operational accounting role, and experience in a chartered accounting firm. You™ve got a strong work ethic, you™re eager to learn and not afraid to get your hands dirty. With a focus on customer service, and a collaborative approach you will have the proven ability to build effective partnerships within your own team and across the organisation. With a solution oriented approach to problem solving you will have sound analytical skills which cover complex operational problems in the context of ambiguity and change. Your analytical skills will also enable to to ascertain actionable insights from management accounting data. You will also come with a sound technical background ideally you have experience in using SAP. Whilst not essential a knowledge of the Australian energy industry, Chartered Accountant or CPA qualifications or working towards this qualification and the proven ability to analyse information to support cost reductions in a business will be seen as desirable. Application Instructions To apply for this position, attach your cover letter and your resume, as well as any other supportive documentation that are relevant to the position. Applications close 9AM Tuesday 12th February 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Tour Accountant

    TEG is Australasia™s leading Ticketing, Live Entertainment and Data Analytics Company, with a long standing and iconic presence in the live entertainment and sporting industry, comprising of several innovative businesses across Australia and New Zealand which include some household names Ticketek, TEG Live, TEG Dainty, Lifelike Touring, The Entertainment Store, TEG Insights, Eventopia and Softix. An exciting opportunity has become available for a Tour Accountant within the TEG Live business unit. This is a role where previous tour accounting experience is preferred. This role will be based in Sydney - however for the right candidate relocation assistance would be considered. It is fast-paced and provides a challenging, yet rewarding work environment with opportunities to progress. The role requires an individual to be a proactive self-starter with and the ability to cope with pressure, tight timelines and ambiguity. Previous commercial experience is desired as this role entails you to think outside the box. Excellent communication skills and a mature, responsible mindset as it often required working autonomously with a wide variety of stakeholders. The Role As the Tour Accountant you will be an integral member of the TEG Live team. Reporting to the TEG Live Finance Manager, your duties will include, but are not limited to Partnering with the relevant Touring Manager to accurately report the financials of the Tour (concerts) Sports Events Exhibitions PLs. Tour financial management including invoicing, accounts payable and reporting. Reviewing budgets and owning iterative forecasting as tours progress including updates to relevant stakeholders on material changes or adjustments. Settling Artist and co-promoter profit shares, including withholding tax calculations. On-the-road Tour Accounting, when required. Assisting in the completion of tour and hospitality commissions reconciliations. TEGL Financial Reporting requirements including Deal Memorandums, business forecasting, month end accruals and debtor reviews in addition to ad hoc support to the Finance Manager. Ad hoc decision support to TEG Live Divisions which include Touring (concerts), Sports, Events, Exhibitions, Hospitality and Sponsorships. The Person Previous touring accounting experience is a must. 3+ years in a finance role within a commercial organisation. Tertiary qualifications in accounting not necessarily required, but would be beneficial. Confidence, attention to detail and outstanding communication skills are a must. Proactive self-starter who has the ability to cope with pressure, tight deadlines and ambiguity. Intermediate experience with Microsoft Excel. Previous experience with the software packages Technology One would be beneficial, but not essential. Candidate must have the right to work in Australia. You will be a strong team player with a flexible approach to your work and the ability to work well under pressure and achieving deadlines. If you feel this is the role for you, please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your previous Tour Accounting experience, and why you feel this is the role for you. In return you can expect a great opportunity to establish your career and develop your skills. If you want to be an integral part of our journey to success we warmly welcome you to apply for the TEG Live Team Only direct applications will be considered. No recruiters please

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Accountant

    The Company This organisation is a well know, high end fashion retailer located in the south-east of Melbourne. The Role Reporting to the Director who is Big 4 trained and has been with the business for 3 years you™ll be rounding out a team of 3 management accountants. Your responsibilities will include Prepare monthly management accounts Support the business with financial analysis to support business decisions Assist with annual and quarterly forecasting Assist with preparation of half and full year statutory Enhance and improve business process automation Must have apparel 21 of ap21 ERP experience This is such a brilliant opportunity for a long term career in a high end fashion retailer which has been a household name for the best part of a century. Your Profile This is one of those rare opportunities to progress from a senior managementfinancial accountant to a finance manager with the support and mentorship of a CA qualified director. Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Mount Waverley office on 03 9239 8100. Job Reference Number 06830-0010422628

    location Mount Waverley Reserve, Mount Waverley VIC 3149, Australia


  • Grants Officer

    At VICSES we support the safety, participation, wellbeing and empowerment of children we seek to ensure the safety of children involved in all VICSES activities...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Sales Manager

    A current driver™s licence - Essential. Process store sales, operate and maintain all POS equipment. In the absence of the Store Management, or as requested by...

    location Fawkner VIC 3060, Australia


  • Tax Consultant

    Diploma or degree qualification. 1 year (Preferred). All software and ongoing accounting training will be provided at no cost....

    location Macleod VIC, Australia


  • Consultant

    We are currently looking for a consultant with some knowledge of Education and Migration system in Australia. Reach and covert clients who are seeking migration...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Civil Labourer

    Life Build was initially created to ensure that you get a service that caters for your building and construction needs that suit your lifestyle. We work with...

    location Tarneit VIC 3029, Australia


  • Accounts Payable All rounder

    location Laverton North VIC 3026, Australia


  • Accounts Receivable Officer

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Assistant Accountant (Part-Time)

    location Doncaster E Rd, Mitcham VIC 3132, Australia


  • Company Secretary

    Company Secretary In-House Legal Counsel The Company Clean Seas Seafood Limited is a leading Australian Aquaculture company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASXCSS) and is the global leader in full cycle breeding, farming and sale of Yellowtail Kingfish (Seriola lalandi). Our product is marketed under the Spencer Gulf Hiramasa Kingfish brand, one of the world™s premium seafood products recently awarded Best Fish at the Australian Food Awards for the third year in a row. The Role Following the growth of the Company over the past few years, the role of CFO and Company Secretary has been split, leading to the creation of a part-time In-House Legal Counsel Company Secretary role. This is an opportunity to join a small dynamic team which will suit a commercially orientated lawyer who is a motivated self-starter as well as a team player. We are seeking applications from highly experienced candidates with both Legal and up-to-date Company Secretarial experience within an ASX environment. Reporting through the CEO, you will work closely with the board and the executive team. Key duties of this role include Building and maintaining effective, constructive relationships with internal and external stakeholder groups Establishing and managing the legal framework for general business operations such as supplier and other commercial agreements, intellectual property matters, property leases and employment relations Providing counsel to the CEO, CFO and broader Executive Leadership Team on a range of legal and commercial matters Acting as the Company Secretary, including taking and maintaining minutes, maintaining registers and managing all corporate and regulatory compliance and filings Drafting and lodgement of ASX announcements Investor relations and communication Engaging, briefing and managing external counsel Using consistent principles of high ethics and integrity in all decisions and dealings Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of legal, ASX listing and regulatory changes Our ideal candidate will have a high degree of legal and commercial acumen coupled with a deep understanding of the Corporations Act and ASX Listing Rules. You will be the custodian of and responsible for injecting contemporary corporate governance at a board and board committee level. The preferred candidate must be able to demonstrate extensive (contemporary) experience as a Company Secretary in an ASX environment. The company is in an exciting phase of global expansion and growth. Located at our Queen™s Road office in Melbourne, flexibility is available to the right candidate in terms of hours and days of work including the possibility of working from home office. The role will however require availability for a number of fixed commitments including Board meetings, business updates, quarterly reviews and ASX requirements etc, and the candidate must be able to demonstrate sufficient flexibility to be able to respond to unexpected events from time to time. How to apply An attractive remuneration will be offered to the right candidate. Applications including a covering letter and CV in Word format should be forwarded to hrcleanseas.com.au If you require further information about the role before making application, please contact Julie Smith on 0436 408 472.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    About the business Zenitas Healthcare is an ASX-listed healthcare company committed to being one of the nations top community healthcare providers. The many different specialists who make up Zenitas all work together to deliver innovative health services to our clients. We look ahead to find fresh new ways to provide high quality care when, where and how it best suits each individual in our communities. About the role Due to our rapid growth we are seeking two dynamic and switched-on payroll officers to join our amazing and hard working finance team. Reporting to the payroll manager this position will suit individuals who have payroll experience and are seeking a change and challenge. Our work culture is supportive and dynamic and a can-do attitude is a must. The payroll officers will be responsible for the following key tasks (in summary) The preparation of payroll Creating and maintaining employee records Systems knowledge and improvement Reporting requirements OHS due diligence Note A position description detailing the key tasks and responsibilities is available on request. Benefits and perks Zenitas is at the forefront of evolution and change. Leading the industry through adaptation and delivering innovative health services, now is an exciting time to join our company. We are proud of our achievements so far and thrive working within a collaborative and supportive team culture. Joining Zenitas means joining an organization where your skills and contributions are recognized and celebrated through learning and development opportunities as well as other avenues within the company. Its an opportunity not to miss for those who want a change and seeking a challenge. Skills and experience To be considered for the opportunity you must have the Ability to interpret Awards, EBAs and relevant legislation Minimum 2 years payroll experience Systems knowledge Micropay experience is essential for one of the positions along with knowledge of Carelink plus and Techone will be desirable (but not essential) Excel Knowledge “ intermediate Strong communication skills Dynamic and ability to adapt in a rapidly changing environment Ability to prioritise efficiently and meet strict deadlines Demonstrated ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a team Strong attention to detail Previous experience working within healthcare as well as MYOB or Xero is desirable. Provide a current police clearance (not more than 6 months old) To request a position description please email Jennifer.Hobbszenitas.com.au

    location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Accounts Receivable Officer

    OptiComm Ltd is Australias most trusted builder and operator of Fibre to the Premises Networks. With over 100 estates and 200,000 premises under contract, we deliver our projects on time, every time. At OptiComm we believe our people are vital to our success. We strive to create an environment that appeals to the very best people in the industry, providing them with an exciting, market leading and satisfying workplace, and rewarding their performance. We are seeking an experienced full-time Accounts Officer who will be primarily responsible for AR and some AP to join our respected and committed finance team. . About the role The Accounts Receivable Officer supports the day to day activities for weekly and monthly accounts receivable and payable processing and associated tasks. Responsibilities include but not limited to Accounts receivable duties Processing invoices and purchase orders Prepare supplier reconciliations on a monthly basis or as needed to ensure completeness and integrity of payment batches. Bank and Credit card reconciliation Debt collection and filing Manage and process employee expense claims Prepare payment batches as required to meet payment terms. Support the Accounts Payable function and manage purchase order queries promptly and professionally, escalating any issues appropriately. About You The ideal person for this role will havebe A minimum of 5 years experience in an Australian based commercial environment Experienced in full function AP and AR, with greater strengths in AR and credit control Strong reconciliation skills Well developed customer service skills A strong attention to detail and ability to prioritise Professional and positive attitude Flexible and adaptable Advance skills in all MS Office Packages Working with complex accounting systems (Greentree system experience advantageous) Construction and telecommunications sector experience advantageous Benefits and Culture Opticomm is an exciting, dynamic and fast growing telecommunications company deploying GPON Fibre to the Premises predominately into new developments and business parks. We also do some Fibre to the Building into existing commercial and residential brownfield areas. You will work within a dedicated and supportive finance team with flexible work arrangements. For more information on OptiComm visit our website at www.opticomm.net.au You must be eligible to work in Australia. Please submit covering letter and CV online via the Seek interface.

    location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia


  • Accounts/Administration Officer

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Agricultural Payments Officer

    At Lion, we want to make doing business with us as easy as possible. To do this, we take the time to get to know our customers, building genuine relationships that become trusted partnerships. We are now looking for a new Agricultural Payments OfficerAnalyst to join the Commercial Agriculture Procurement Finance team based in our Docklands office. The Agricultural Payments team play a vital part in our Supply Chain, in being responsible for processing and reconciling payments to our Farmers across Australia, whilst also managing external stakeholder relationships. These roles will continue to evolve towards having more of a commercial focus, thus this role will see you build strong relationships internally and externally, applying key business partnering in the process with our Farm Services Officers out in the field. This excellent opportunity will suit a relationship-based finance expert with demonstrated accounts payable experience, and an ability to partner a variety of different stakeholders. Agricultural experience and exposure to SAP will be highly regarded. This role is a fantastic launching pad into other commercial roles within Lion and would suit a real go getter with a high attention to detail who is looking for a step into an interesting role in a complex and exciting environment. Empower yourself to achieve - start a conversation with us today.

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Collection Officer - Accounts Receivable

    Supportive team based culture Full-time If you are a high energy team player who loves to multi task and wishes to progress your career within a credit department, then read on..... This position is accountable for a specific group of credit customers. You will be responsible for the reconciliation, collection, maintenance and query resolution for this group of accounts, as well as managing internal and external phone calls in large volumes. Previous experience in credit control and collections is required. Training will be offered for the right person. Attributes we are looking for Well developed interpersonal skills A strong results orientation and achievement of Key Performance Indicators A commitment to providing excellence in customer service Intermediate Microsoft skills (Excel Word) Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Ability to work under pressure in a fast paced environment An ability to handle high volumes of incoming calls The Bunnings Credit Department can offer you a great place to work within a team environment where you can really impact the business results in a positive way. Whats in it for you A team-focused workplace that supports flexibility, diversity and inclusion A competitive salary package A fun work environment 12 weeks Paid Parental Leave for eligible team members Team member and spouse discount card The opportunity to participate in the Wesfarmers Share Plan Access to discounted offers from our corporate partners

    location Victoria Rd, Hawthorn East VIC 3123, Australia


  • Bookkeeper

    I am partnering with a privately-owned retail company that is proudly Australian, they have a wonderful head office and are looking for an experienced Assistant...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Marketing Executive

    We are looking for Sales and Marketing talented individual who can work positively and independently. Able to help company to generate leads....

    location Melbourne VIC 3128, Australia


  • Sales Manager

    Minimum 3 years digital sales experience (preferably at a digital publisher). The Sales Manager will be responsible for effectively managing a portfolio of...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Cafe Manager

    Management certificate IV. Essenza Cafe Kilsyth is looking for a Cafe Manager with a min 3-4 years of experience with the following management key skills....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Chief Technology Officer

    Key objectives and outcomes. Due to Plexus continued growth and international expansion, we are currently looking for a CTO to join the team at our Melbourne...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Sales and Marketing Manager

    Drivers Licence (Required). For candidates who wish to extend their career beyond the current role we have opportunities for growth....

    location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia


  • FOOD SERVICES ASSISTANT

    FOOD SERVICES ASSISTANT ...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Finance Optimisation, Director

    You™ll be responsible for helping to enhance the capability of Zendesk™s finance shared services functions and work with Global Finance peer leaders to improve efficiency and effectiveness that provides more value to the business as we face accelerated growth and increasing demand for Zendesk products. In such an ever-changing environment such as ours, it™s essential that you will be organised, detailed, have great people leader mindset whilst being a hands on manager. You must possess the flexibility to shift tasks quickly in a rapidly evolving environment with high-tech experience being a plus. This is a great opportunity to join an exciting, high-growth company at the managerial level. The job responsibilities for this role at Zendesk Focus on finance shared services transformation projects and maintaining strong partnerships and alignment with Global Finance leaders, Cross-functional peers Central Shared Services leaders during and post go-live to leverage expertise and create innovation Develop compelling and differentiated value propositions in opportunity pursuits within Finance Shared Services to deliver incremental business values Overseeing complex finance shared services systems and automation projects, acting as a key contact with senior stakeholders and partnering with IT business partners Review and analyse current workflows, systems and procedures in order to recommend and implement changes to standardise activities and integrate into finance shared services To support and manage the team based on timezone support coverage Optimisation and Transformation management Highly developed communication and presentation skills Ability to prepare business development material, including proposals, case studies and other sector specific material The ability to engage, lead and inspire your team to achieve personal success and great results for the business A highly collaborative approach and the confidence and impact to influence diverse senior stakeholders in a complex, matrix organisation structure Develop strategic frameworks and lead the delivery of strategies to adequately protect revenue and reduce expenditure within audit risk and finance committee agreed guidelines Lead business systems transformation project while maintaining daily delivery of the business Deliver on the People and Culture strategic agenda Ensure compliance with audit and risk frameworks and delivery on all identified areas for improvement Develop intelligence analysis and reporting capability Actively seek to build both in-sourced and out-sourced relationships that will reduce the burden of cost and compliance requirements Model the Zendesk culture and values, apply inclusive change management process, and foster a strong and positive workplace culture. Performance measureSuccess criteria reporting Create and drive SLA level that focuses on both quality and efficiency Develop review weekly monthly quarterly key performance Indicators (KPIs) to be published to stakeholders and executive management Continuous Process and Systems improvements for Finance Shared Services. Deep dive into training and system improvement initiatives Owner of standard operating procedures documentation standards and updates Motivate the team to continuously improve and as act as one team striving towards process goals and objectives Requirements BSBA in Business or ITManagement informations systems or Finance 8-10 years of experience in areas of transformation and delivery leader in a Finance Shared Services environment. An MBA or advanced degree is advantageous Experience in back office operations process and procedures Ability to work independently and meticulously Ability to cope with changes in policies, rules and procedures ZuoraNetsuiteZendesk SaaS applications experience a plus Experience in working with US MNC particularly in a shared services environment would be beneficial Proven ability to build great teams you enjoy mentoring and developing your team Results-oriented person with strong problem solving skills and the ability to perform multiple tasks with a strong attention to detail Proven experience in understanding regional and global complexities Must adhere to deadlines in changing environment Must be a team player with ability to engage with different, cross-functional teams Empower employees to take responsibility for their jobs and goals. Delegate and expect accountability and regular feedback. Subject matter expertise in the following Digital Finance, robotics and process automation Enterprise Performance Management Solutions Shared Services and Outsourcing Lean Six Sigma experience (advantageous) Zendesk on Zendesk certifications internal use cases At Zendesk we create software for better customer relationships. It empowers organisations to improve customer engagement and better understand their customers. More than 125,000 organisations in 150 countries use Zendesk products, serving more than a billion users all over the globe. Learn more at www.zendesk.com.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Services Analyst

    The role Reporting to Business Services Team Leader, as well as partnering with Finance, Operations and commercial teams. You will ensure that financial and operational processes, data management and reporting is all maintained in a timely and reliable manner. You will also have an eye continually focused on seeking out and implementing improvements to systems and processes. You will Provide various BAU reports to interested commercial stakeholders. Analyse and report on data to assist the Business Services team in delivering meaningful insights Document relevant policies and procedures. Month end finance support, daily exception management, cashflow preparation and masterdata maintenance Maintain documentation of procedures and policies What you will bring Ability to quickly understand complex information to create recommendations and influence ideas to drive positive customer outcomes You will be detail orientated, with the ability to create new processes and continually improve existing ones Passionate about prioritising great customer outcomes and an ability to understand financial impacts of decisions and actions. Proven attention to detail, with excellent analytical, critical thinking, problem solving, and personal organization skills Why us? Brightstar is home to innovative thinkers who believe that a connected world is a better world. Doing business in the mobile sector is complicated “ our job is to make it simple. For carriers, retailers and enterprise partners. Brightstar simplifies the wireless world, making mobile technology accessible to everyone. We process over 100 million devices every year, providing innovative end-to-end services seamlessly integrated with our customers™ businesses. We hire bold thinkers who thrive in a fast-paced, innovation-minded culture. Sound like you?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Expression of Interest - Business Manager Nursing Services

    Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory, to inpatient and home and community based services. Business Manager- Nursing Services Full Time Fixed term or Permanent position available Position Classification Code HS5 Excellent professional development opportunities Amazing benefits DEPARTMENT The Finance Department provides a wide range of financial and related services to all areas of Alfred Health. Finance services include financial accounting and compliance, management accounting, financial analysis, decision support, analysis of clinical performance, clinical costing, support for financial information systems and transactional services (including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Medical Billing). A significant part of Finance Departments responsibility is financial budgeting and monitoring as well as financial reporting and governance that is, ensuring that Alfred Health is compliant with various government, auditing and taxation requirements. Aside from the financial performance, Finance, through the Clinical Performance Unit, has responsibility for the reporting and analysis of Alfred Healths clinical activities and performance. POSITION SUMMARY We are seeking a proactive and customer focused applicant to join our enthusiastic team. The successful candidate will use their knowledge of accounting, analytical techniques along with available financial and activity data to drive improved understanding of performance and financial trends. In addition, you will have experience in developing solid relationships with senior operational staff to help ensure the finance team is considered a true business partner within Alfred Health. To be successful in this role you must have a solid work and service ethic, ability to prioritise and work within set timeframes, strong business acumen and possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. QUALIFICATIONSEXPERIENCE REQUIRED A business or accounting degree (or equivalent experience). A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants or Certified Practicing Accountants (or working towards) Personal Attributes Solid work ethic. Strong service focus. Ability to deliver all outcomes within set timeframes. Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Highly focused, organised and professional. Enthusiastic and inquisitive. Team player BENEFITS Access to Salary Packaging and Novated Leasing Health and Wellbeing initiatives in addition to discounted health insurance APPLICATIONS For more detail on the role, please download the relevant position description. For further queries please contact Tom Joshua on 9076 5249 Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. Website www.alfredhealth.org.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Financial Operations Accountant

    About the Walter Eliza Hall Institute The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute is Australia™s oldest medical research institute, founded in 1915. The Institute has more than 850 researchers who are working to understand, prevent and treat diseases including cancers such as breast, blood and bowel cancers immune disorders such as diabetes, coeliac disease and multiple sclerosis and infectious diseases including malaria, hepatitis B and HIV. Our affiliation with The Royal Melbourne Hospital links research outcomes with clinical practice to accelerate discoveries for health and disease. We offer postgraduate training as the Department of Medical Biology of The University of Melbourne. More than 30 million people worldwide have been helped by discoveries made at the Institute and more than 100 national and international clinical trials are underway that originate from Institute research. This include trials of vaccines and therapies for type 1 diabetes, coeliac disease and malaria trials of new anti-inflammatory agents for arthritis and other immune disorders and trials of a new class of anti-cancer drugs, called BH3-mimetics, for treating patients with leukaemia and other cancers. About the position An opportunity exists for an experienced Financial Operations Accountant (FOA) to join our Finance Department based at Parkville. Reporting directly to the Financial Controller, the FOA will form a critical part of the Institute™s finance management team. This role will ensure timely and accurate processing of the Institute™s financial transactions in the general ledger and supporting systems, providing financial integrity over the Institute™s operating results and balance sheet and providing excellent customer service on financial matters to internal and external customers of the Institute. The position will be primarily responsible for financial transactional data within the Finance function and will collaborate closely with the finance team in establishing and improving an efficient, effective and value adding finance function for the Institute. The FOA will manage a team of approximately two-three people who are responsible for the functions of accounts receivable, banking, weekly and monthly cashflow reporting, travel, general ledger maintenance, general journals, internal charge allocations, FBT, BAS returns, foreign exchange, finance policies and balance sheet reconciliations Skills and Experience The successful candidate will need to be able to demonstrate the following skills, experience and qualifications- Broad business and financial management experience, including detailed practical knowledge of financial transaction processing functions in a large-scale organisation or in a not for profit. Knowledge of and experience in managing general ledger systems. Finance systems and processes “ Knowledge and experience in financial reporting systems and frameworks. Understanding business and financial impacts of operational decisions. Business Process Improvement “ knowledge and demonstrated experience delivering process improvement initiatives that are aligned to business strategy and customer focused. Understanding of business impacts of financial decisions. Qualifications “ professional accounting body qualifications (CACPA) tertiary degree in accounting and finance. 5 “ 7 years accounting work experience. Strategic thinking - be able to identify or develop overall goals and see the linking strategies and actions required to achieve these goals Terms of appointment The position is available for 2 years in the first instance, upon successful probation. Salary range is from 100,091 to 108,336 per annum. Up to 17 superannuation and attractive salary packaging options are available. A position description is available. Enquiries about the role, please email oduil.kwehi.edu.au How to apply Applications addressing the knowledge and experience requirements, CV and the names of 2 professional referees should be emailed in PDF format to jobapplicationswehi.edu.au, quoting reference number WEHITWFA in the subject line. Closing date Wednesday, 6 February 2019 At the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute we strive to ensure our staff and students enjoy a great working environment. We value diversity and gender equity in our work force and promote flexible working arrangements for staff to balance working requirements and personal needs. We have implemented a number of gender equity initiatives to support female laboratory heads.

    location Parkville VIC 3052, Australia


  • Commercial Manager

    Who we are efm Logistics Services is a highly reputable market leader providing unique logistics solutions. With over 200 talented professionals in the Transport and Logistics Industry our people, market leading technology and innovation is what differentiates us from the rest. Don™t miss this opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Manager to join our team based in Glen Waverley. We™re looking for an energetic, driven and motivated individual to join our dynamic Victorian Team. As a Commercial Manager you will Manage pipeline and team workload ensuring quality inputs with purpose Manage the team to ensure delivery of timely and quality outcomes that add value to the customers business Coach and train team members to ensure high quality deliverables Review projects in progress and provide timely feedback to the team measured against their individual and team key result areas Drive revenue generation through contract negotiations and identify cost savings with current processes Develop and execute quality and timely reporting on the branch and commercial projects Monitor commercial opportunities for PL impact The Candidate Experienced in managing a team or a group of stakeholders Practiced in pipeline management Experienced in preparing and delivering customer presentations and internal management reporting Experienced in a Consulting role within a Service business, preferably with a focus on Supply Chain Management and logistics Ability to develop and maintain workable financial models and quality outputs Project management experience Knowledge of BI Software, Salesforce or similar CRM systems, and product knowledge advantageous Why join EFM Logistics Services? Career development and progression A comfortable and modern office setting A professional environment where we challenge each other to do it better An engaging and empowering culture Convenient on-site parking If this sounds like the role for you apply now by sending through your CV

    location Brandon Park Dr, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150, Australia


  • Auditor - Intermediate

    Morrows are a growing organisation with a multi-disciplinary approach to servicing clients. Our people are passionate about being the best in everything they do and motivating clients to achieve their lifetime goals. An exciting opportunity has become available to be a part of our growing Audit team. We are looking for a qualified intermediate Auditor to join our busy Audit team. Successful applicants will have the following attributes and experience Degree qualified and will have commenced CACPA A min of 2-3 years Australian Audit Experience Strong attention to detail and technical problem solving abilities Ability to lead audit jobs Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (both written and verbal) Highly motivated Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team Focused upon continuous improvement Organised and structured approach to work Ability to think outside the box Please include a cover letter with your application and address your experience relevant to the role and selection criteria to be considered. Salary commensurate with experience. At Morrows we foster a culture that recognises and rewards high performance, but we also care about the things beyond your job. With a family friendly yet professional culture, you will have access to a range of employee benefits such as accessing flexi start and finish times, purchasing of additional annual leave, access to in-house specialty services and the option to join the staff social club.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Interim Finance Manager (immediate start)

    location Ferntree Gully Rd, Scoresby VIC 3179, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    At Novia we offer allot more than moving goods from point A to point B. The services we offer draw on our expertise and the capabilities we have developed over 30 years as the logistics partner to some of the worlds leading companies in the sectors we serve. We focus on operational excellence and continuous improvement in supply chain operations, helping our customers enhance their performance and achieve greater outcomes from day one. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Payroll Officer to become an integral part of the HR team based out in our Tullamarine office . Our facility provides parts distribution services to an internationally renowned and respected player in the automotive industry. Reporting to the HR Manager, your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to Running weekly and monthly payroll Inputting and generating the Kronos file for submission to ADP(outsource payroll processing company) and performing necessary QC processes Running monthly reconciliation processes Submissions to the SRO working through Workcover premiums Undertaking reporting exercises as requested(i.e. payroll reports, headcount, Overtime reports) The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following attributes Strong experience with Kronos Experience in running payroll and interpreting EBA conditions Excellent attention to detail compliance Able to liaise with a multitude of stakeholders, including accounting teams from our Overseas Office. If you believe you meet the above criteria and possess the acumen to succeed in this role, please hit Apply Now and submit a cover letter and your resume demonstrating your related experience now Neovia is an Equal Opportunity Employer Candidates must have the right to live and work in Australia Unsolicited applications via agencies will not be accepted

    location Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia


  • Graduate Analyst

    Are you a recent University accounting graduate looking to embark on a successful career path? Would you enjoy working in a role where your contribution is valued and appreciated by your peers? Do you like working in a supportive team with mentors who care? Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM) is a dynamic education service provider to 331 Catholic primary, secondary and special schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. More than 450 staff work across the head office in East Melbourne and four regional offices in the North, East, South and West. CEM provides services to schools in areas as diverse as Curriculum, RE, Finance, ICT, Marketing and Communications, Student Wellbeing, Legal, Planning and Industrial Relations. This community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care. ABOUT THE POSITION Working within the Business Services Advisory team, the successful applicant will be responsible for providing financial analysis to support Catholic Education Melbourne and schools. The position requires a demonstrated knowledge of accounting concepts and a commitment to develop strong computer and numerical skills. TO BE SUCCESSFUL Applicants will require a degree in accounting or similar business qualifications, as well as an intention to study for a professional accounting qualification (preferably CA, CPA). Employees are provided with a professional development budget to support further study and professional development. Having strong analytical, written and problem solving skills, an ability to be a fast learner and willingness to show initiative will be essential to your success in this role. WHATS IN IT FOR YOU? Generous salary and conditions Professional development opportunities WorkLife balance The opportunity for flexible working arrangements HOW TO APPLY Click this link for further information about the position including a detailed position description and application requirements. All CEM vacancies can be accessed via the Job Search tab on the CEM website at www.cem.edu.au and selecting ˜Catholic Education Staff™ under the ˜Filter by Role™ field. Applicants need to provide a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria a Cover Letter and an up to date Curriculum Vitae including contact details of two referees. Applications can be uploaded via the ˜Apply™ tab on the CEM website. All enquiries can be directed to the Recruitment Officer at recruitmentcem.edu.au or (03) 9267 0228. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4 pm Wednesday 13 February 2019 In applying for a position with Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM), you will be asked to provide certain personal information to enable your application to be considered. Any personal information that is provided to CEM in relation to an application for employment will be handled in accordance with CEM™s obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). To find out more about how CEM handles personal information, you are encouraged to read the CEM Privacy Policy which can be found on the website.

    location East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia


  • Accounts Assistant

    Well established and growing business Work within a supportive team culture Career progression Opportunity About our Company Blueprint Group is comprised of several market leading businesses including Powerforce, CCS, Ausrep and extravert. Our company boasts a strong national presence and you will enjoy working for a business that is fresh, innovative and really connects with a large customer base. Working with key players in the FCMG industry, we assist our clients in executing their retail marketing and sales plans within retail stores, through the provision of merchandising, demonstrations, sampling and data collection. Within our Hawthorn office we have a high-energy and motivated vibe with a twist of fun. We like to celebrate our successes acknowledging those who have gone above and beyond to amaze our customers or have simply been brilliant at what they do About the Role We are seeking a Accounts Assistant to be based in our Hawthorn office. You will work with the Finance team to help manage the Accounts Payable and Receivable functions of the business Key Responsibilities Processing, forwarding and management of client invoices (end to end) Communicating and following up with clients to resolve outstanding balances Processing and payment of creditors expenses and job coding (end to end) Processing employee expense floats and reimbursements Skills Experience Intermediate to Advanced Excel skills Minimum of 2+ year™s experience in a similar role Strong level of interpersonal communication skills and proactive in contacting relevant stake holders Applications If you are passionate about what you do, and have the skills to support the role on offer, click on the Apply link below Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    location Yarra Ct, Oakleigh South VIC 3167, Australia


  • ACCOUNTS OFFICER/CLERK SANDRINGHAM

    location Centre Dandenong Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Finance Analyst

    location Victoria Knox Ave, Rowville VIC 3178, Australia


  • Financial Controller

    location Victoria Knox Ave, Rowville VIC 3178, Australia


  • Assistant Manager - Finance

    About Startek-Aegis Startek Aegis is a global outsourcing and technology services company committed to impacting clients™ business outcomes by focusing on enhancing customer experience across all touch points and channels. The combined entity has operations in 61 locations across 13 countries with more than 50,000 employees. The company services over 150 clients from verticals such as Banking and Financial Services, Insurance, Technology, Telecom, Healthcare, Travel Hospitality, Consumer Goods, Retail, and Energy Utilities. About the role and responsibilities This is a great opportunity for an experienced Assistant Accountant to join our team. In this role you will be required to, but not limited to Assist with and oversee tax matters BAS, FBT, GST and WHT All levels of reconciliations Responsible for overseeing Accounts Receivable, Payable and other transactional duties Preparing and posting journals Reporting on, and monitoring of, cash flow and liquidity Liaising with internal and external auditors as required Preparing financialmanagement reports and presentation materials for internal and external parties and handling financial queries Leading month end close process, monthly management reporting packs and monthlyyearly budgets forecasts Assisting with special investigationsprojects concerning a wide-range of commercial accounting issues as required Manage the Secretarial function for the Australian entities All other duties assigned by management of the company. To be successful in this role, you will ideally possess Degree qualification in FinanceAccounting Ability to analyse and communicate financial information Developing skills within financialmanagement accounting principles Computer literacy-with a sound knowledge of accounting software (SAP preferred) IntermediateAdvanced Microsoft Excel expertise Strong communication skills both written and verbal Will possess (or be working towards to the completion of) recognised professional qualifications such as CPACA Understanding Australian Taxation Laws In return, we will offer the successful candidate We will provide you with the tools and support to be successful. Your work environment will deliver all the freedom you require to think, try new things and to have a go. A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate. The successful applicant will be required to complete a criminal and credit check, an Australian Securities and Investment Commission check and an insolvency check (which we will conduct) and all offers of employment will be made pending the successful outcome of these checks. To join our team, apply now No agencies please. We value your privacy. Please refer to www.aegiscareers.com.au to view our privacy statement. © 2018, Aegis Services Australia

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Credit Controller

    location Lower Dandenong Rd, Parkdale VIC 3195, Australia


  • Accounts Receivable Administrator - Dandenong South

    Full-time “ Monday to Friday Attractive remuneration package Great place to work THE ROLE We are seeking a reliable, genuine, hardworking, fast paced person with an excellent work ethic and an ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment. The successful applicant will have the ability to pick up procedures very quickly, enjoy spreadsheets, and demonstrate a willingness to undertake any task at hand, and have exceptional customer service techniques. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Processing daily banking Account reconciliations and problem solving Inbound and outbound collection calls Generation and processing of journals and credits Preparation of bad debt files Liaising with our external collection agents Providing weekly updates and analysis on performance of your ledger Using existing procedures and processes, as well as developing new ones as required THE CANDIDATE Prefer minimum 2 years™ experience in accounts receivable environment Strong understanding of accounting principles Excellent problem solving skills A commitment to achieving customer service of the highest standard Ability to work as part of a team Exceptional attention to detail Excellent time management and organisation skills with the ability to meet set deadlines Advanced knowledge of the Windows Office Suite, particularly Excel, would be advantageous BENEFITS Stability of a national, family owned and operated business with over 85 years in the industry Training and mentoring provided APPLY Click APPLY to submit your application. To view our other exciting positions, please visit www.jjrichards.com.au ABOUT THE COMPANY J.J. Richards is Australias largest, family-owned and operated waste management company with a dynamic attitude that values our people, their safety and the environment. We strive for a diverse, innovative, collaborative and high performance culture that celebrates the contribution of every employee. People like working for us because of our commitment to safety, innovation and professionalism. Our staff are customer focused and enjoy a friendly work environment. Once you join the team, youll want to stay.

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Accountant

    location South Wharf VIC, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Who are we Accent Group Limited was established in 1988 to distribute and market global footwear and apparel brands into Australasia. In May 2015 we joined forces with RCG and our combined brands now include, Platypus Shoes, Hype DC, Skechers, Merrell, CAT, Vans, Dr. Martens, Saucony, Timberland, Palladium, Stance and The Athletes Foot. The Role Reporting to the Payroll Manager the Payroll Officer will be involved in end to end payroll across Australia NZ. This role includes, but is not limited to the following Fortnightly Monthly Pays for Australia New Zealand including processing of adjustments, deductions, separations, leave and tax calculations Processing payments of PAYG to ATO Assisting processing of Superannuation and Payroll Tax in Australia and Statutory Payments to Inland Revenue Department in New Zealand Provide reporting to Finance Department in line with EOM Reporting Schedules and on an ad-hoc basis Liaising with key stakeholders to resolve payroll queries What you™ll bring 3+ Years previous Payroll Experience in a similar role Experience with Chris21 Payroll System Experience with a Time Attendance System (Timeteq Riteq preferred) Strong Understanding of Australian Awards (General Retail Award preferred) Outgoing and professional communication style is essential Ability to demonstrate competency in Microsoft Excel. Be a team player work collaboratively Affiliation with Accent Group Core values œMake it Happen attitude What™s in it for you Amazing office facilities and culture Opportunity to shine, develop and grow Be a part of a fast paced and innovative business This is a Full-Time role requiring you to work from 830am - 500pm Monday-Friday, based at our Richmond, Melbourne Office. To apply To be considered for this outstanding opportunity, click the Apply button, attaching your resume and a cover letter.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Education Specialist

    Who are we? Small business makes the world go round - it™s the heart of the global economy. At Xero we want our millions of Xero subscribers to thrive through better tools, information and connections. Because if small business succeeds jobs are created, economies thrive, and communities prosper. That™s good for everyone. A global SaaS (software as a service) company we have a team of almost 2,000 Xeros doing beautiful work across our 17 offices across the globe. We™re ranked No. 1 by Forbes as the Worlds Most Innovative Growth Company two years running, Glassdoor named us one of the top 15 best SaaS companies in the world, and Canstar Blue ranked us Australia™s best accounting software company for four consecutive years (2015-2018). About the Role We have a permanent role in our Education team. This role is primarily responsible for creating the educational content which is consumed by prospective and existing Accounting and Bookkeeping Partners, and Small Business end-users. The role will involve writing and producing educational materials for core training on Xero and Xero-add-ons for accountingbookkeeping partners and small businesses, in collaboration with digital production specialists, using a range of methods including screencasting and audio narration. Overview of key responsibilities Engage with cross-functional teams Prepare and execute courses Engage in regular meetings with regular stakeholders Educate partners and customers on making the most of Xero to assist them in achieving business goals The majority of our education content at Xero is online, and the Education Specialist will occasionally deliver training via classrooms and scheduled webinars also. About You This role would suit a self-motivated and driven individual with previous experience in designing, writing and delivering courses. Experience in overseeing digital production is recommended but not essential. Your project management skills are complemented with a passion for managing client and stakeholder relationships. You have good influencing skills and display a creative flair for problem solving. A familiarity with accountingbookkeeping processes and workings of the online accounting industry will be viewed favourably as well as an understanding of adult learning. This is a great opportunity to join Xero as part of our collaborative, hard working and creative Education team. So if you want to hear more and get the opportunity to help shape the next phase in our the Xero success story please apply

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • Junior Accountant/Admin

    location Patterson, Bentleigh VIC 3204, Australia


  • Assistant Accountant

    location Melbourne VIC 3192, Australia


  • Accounts Officer - Accounts Payable & Payroll Lead

    The Role Reporting directly to the CFO, the role will have primary responsibility for the fortnightly payroll processing for our field staff and the expense management of our services (including budgeting). Other duties will include some analytical and administrative tasks and assisting with the month end process. Attention to detail, enthusiasm, the ability to work to deadlines and in a fast-paced and fun environment are a must. Key Responsibilities Fortnightly payroll associated tasks. Staff expenses reimbursement. Expense management, debit cards fund allocation, budgeting. Accurate and up-to-date expense transactions in accounting software. Payment of supplier invoices. Bank reconciliations and preparation of daily cash report. Essential Criteria 2-3 years experience in a similar role. High level of attention to detail. Exceptional communication skills both written and spoken. Sound organisational and time management skills. Be passionate, positive and team player. The Benefits Part time role with flexibility in hours andor days worked (30 hours per week). Varied role with the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the organisation. Very positive culture, engaging team and supportive management. The Team The difference is Extend. There has never been a better time to join our dynamic and passionate team. We are seeking an individual who is looking for an exciting, challenging and rewarding career. At Extend our focus is on quality - providing the opportunities kids should have through engaging and educational activities. If this resonates with you, then join the team with a difference How to apply This is a great opportunity for a suitable candidate seeking a dynamic role with Australias largest national family owned and operated OSHC provider. Please submit your Cover Letter addressing the essential criteria and Resume today. For more information please contact 0455 105 954.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Payroll/HRIS Customer Support Specialist

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Financial Controller - Real Estate

    About Kay Burton Founded in 1938, Kay Burton is a leader in the premium property market within Victoria. Kay Burton has expanded to nine offices and continues to achieve remarkable success marketing and selling fine homes and lifestyle properties. Kay Burton has evolved into the progressive agency it is today by staying at the forefront of technology, property marketing, human resources, finance and customer experience. Investing heavily in technology, marketing and training, Kay Burton provides its team members with the requisite support to create successful personal brands and prosperous careers. The Role As the Financial Controller you will be responsible for managing the business finances along with overseeing all financial related activities for the business across 7 entities. You will hold a senior position within the company and as a result will be a member of the Executive Committee, attend and take minutes at all board and board committee meetings, co-ordinate auditors and external accountants and perform several corporate secretary duties. Primary finance responsibilities include overseeing a team of 6 people Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable functions, Sales and Rental Trust functions, preparing management and statutory accounts, budgeting and forecasting and board reporting. You will demonstrate strong, effective working relationships with colleagues and key stakeholders. Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, as well as maintaining ongoing relationships with all Kay Burton team members including Board of Directors, Senior Management, Team Members Direct Reports, Key internal external stakeholders, Sales agents Property Managers Key responsibilities include Preparation of financial reporting and analysis including preparation of management financial accounts, budget preparation management for over 7 entities. Entities include Real Estate businesses, Marketing business and Projects. Assisting external accountant to prepare statutory accounts and annual firm valuations, income tax returns, BASs and IASs. Ensuring all finance operations are compliant with current state and federal legislation Management of the Payroll function, including preparation of payroll for all entities (including sales commissions), reconciliations reporting for payroll tax, WorkCover, superannuation and PAYGW for all entities. Management of the Accounts Payable and Receivable functions, including review and approval of invoices for all entities. Management of the sales reporting process to all offices and agents Daily management of bank accounts and monthly cashflow forecasting for all seven entities, and working with the bank to manage all obligations and online access to accounts. Manage the Finance team including Rental Trust, Sales Trust and Advertising Accounts Administrators and Assistant Accountant and act as coach and mentor where required Financial revenue and cost analyses, and strategic reviews of firm wide cost structure to find ways to improve processes and drive efficiencies Management of RFP processes, cost saving initiatives and process re-engineering within the finance and related areas Working with the COO and Executive Committee to preparation and manage the of the monthly board reports Management of board and corporate secretarial tasks, including board minutes, review of shareholders agreement, maintaining share registry and ASIC obligations Management of business processes and projects, including insurance policies, office leases, new entities, implement new technology to assist business processes Brief liaise with external accountants, auditors, financial institutions and legal counsel as directed or required to complete statutory work and to provide information to the Executive Committee Board of Directors on business matters Working together with the Directors Executive Committee to continuously develop best practices for all policies procedures Attending monthly Board of Directors Executive Committee meetings and quarterly Audit, Risk Compliance Committee meetings To be successful in this role you will possess Accounting Qualification (CA CPA), preferably Chartered (CA) A minimum of 5 years previous experience in a Financial Accounts Management position, with a team that you have effectively managed and developed Experience in preparation of statutory accounts, management accounts, budgeting and forecasting, and payroll preparation or oversight Experience working across several business entities IFRS knowledge Proficient in Xero, Excel and similar accounting programs Real Estate experience preferred Working knowledge of Estate Agents (General, Accounts Audit Regulations 2018), Estate Agents Act 1980, Sale of Land Act 1962 and Residential Tenancies Act 1997 preferred Leadership skills and the ability to influence others including senior stakeholders Strong organisational skills Problem solving Good time management Quality control Result focus and Good level of emotional intelligence, be calm and resilient Employee Benefits Kay Burton offers a vast array of attractive employee benefits and robust reward-and-recognition programs. Whether it™s highly competitive remuneration, training and development, salary continuance insurance, glamorous events and parties, engaging sponsorships, andor flexible work schedules, Kay Burton supports and rewards its most important asset, its people. At Kay and Burton, we find exceptional talent - and nurture it. Every person we employ is an integral part of the Kay Burton brand, and we are always looking for passionate, talented and hard-working people to join us Only personal applications from Australian citizens or permanent residents will be considered and only short-listed applicants will be contacted. No recruitment agencies please. Video

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Accounts Payable Officer

    About us Link Group is one of Australias leading fund administration and share registry specialists. We are a market leading provider of technology-enabled administration solutions, continually developing our offerings to expand with our clients needs. Since our inception, Link Group has been entrusted by clients to handle sensitive data in a secure and confidential manner. Our core businesses of fund administration and securities registration are complemented by our expertise in digital solutions and data analytics. Overview We have a great opportunity for an Accounts Payable Officer to join our Client Accounting team based at our Melbourne office. This role processes supplier payments and journals for clients to ensure all accounts are paid and recorded accurately. Role Responsibilities Processing Journals on Aaspire platform Payment of Trustee expenses CancellationsStop payments Reconciliation of payments between systems Providing assistance with cashiering Processing EFT bounce back and re-issue of claims Sundry processing including refunds to members, employers and ATO Processing of transaction reversals Opening and distributing of daily mail to be sorted, dated and stamped and distributed in a timely manner Adhoc projects and tasks as directed by the Manager including process change or improvement initiatives The Ideal Candidate Knowledge or experience in Aaspire or similar administration systems (SAP Peoplesoft..) 2+ years Accounts Payable experience (in a high volume environment) Computer Literate (Word, Excel, Windows) Strong written and verbal communication skills Positive attitude, pro-active approach and abile to work autonomously Strong planning and organisation skills with proven background in achieving deadlines and daily targets High quality standards and a good attention to detail Tertiary qualifications in Finance or Accounting would be preferred Joining our team At Link Group we attribute our success to our wonderfully diverse workforce serving our equally diverse clients and members. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunities and welcome applications from everyone including but not limited to LGBTIQ identifying individuals, all ethnic origins, all ages, all disabilities and gender diverse individuals. Link Group runs a successful and evolving national Corporate Social Responsibility program. Join us in helping those disadvantaged (physically or financially), needing assistance with education, addressing health concerns affecting our society, advancing our Indigenous Australians and migrants and securing our environmental future. Together, we can make positive change locally and internationally. Applications will only be accepted from candidates that have the appropriate rights to work permanently in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete background screening prior to commencement of employment.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Accounts Receivable Officer

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    location Richmond VIC, Australia


  • Research Manager

    The ideal candidate will participate in the review of planning and test work and in the preparation of documentation for current and new work....

    location Yarra Ct, Oakleigh South VIC 3167, Australia


  • Bookkeeper

    An Australian Diploma Certificate of Accounting. Minimum 3 years™ experience in a similar role. Can™t wait to hear from you....

    location Victoria Knox Ave, Rowville VIC 3178, Australia


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