Taxation Accountant Jobs In Australia

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  • Head of Tax

    aleksandar. have been appointed to manage a recruitment process on behalf of a leading multinational organisation to identify a Head of Tax in Sydney, Australia. Our business partner is a multi-billion dollar, high profile international group who offers a wide range of products and services across the entire technology and communications ecosystem. Our mandate is to identify and appoint a highly motivated individual to join the local executive leadership team and take full ownership of the group™s regional tax function. The Head of Tax, Australia and New Zealand will be responsible for a range of taxation responsibilities across planning, strategy and advisory. The role will also involve developing and executing tax optimisation initiatives to business units across the group in South East Asia. The position will sit within the Asia Pacific regional tax division and will report directly into the Regional Group Head of Tax, APAC in Singapore. Your success in this role will hinge on the strength of your technical experience in corporate and international tax. You will have a strong knowledge and understanding of taxation risk and regulatory requirements (cultivated at a big4 accounting firm or top-tier law firm) in order to effectively advise management and cross functional teams around the world, including Legal, Trade, Logistics, Accounting, Sales and other Operations groups to drive practical commercial solutions. In return, this position will provide you with excellent in-house tax technical exposure for a large corporate. There is also a heavy focus on career development in the tax function as a whole, opportunities to move internationally with group tax and considerable exposure to senior executives within the wider business. Candidates we are interested to speak with must have the ability to Assist in development and execution of tax planning strategies in support of global growth strategies and initiatives, including preparation of internal agreements to document and support international tax positions. Be a centre of competence for corporate tax matters of the Group in the assigned markets with support from functional specialists in Group Tax. Manage the tax positions and the relationship with tax auditors and continuously strive to optimise the tax position in the assigned markets, in line with the Groups quality and risk standards. International tax research and planning (including foreign tax credits, transfer pricing, dividend repatriation strategies, hybrids, withholding taxes, and foreign currency exchange issues). Provide technical review and tax clearance of transactions and arrangements entered into by the company across Australia and South East Asia. Calculate and communicate periodic transfer pricing adjustments to ensure financial results of foreign affiliates are consistent with intercompany agreements and global transfer pricing policies. Provide advice to accounting, legal and operational business units to ensure consistency with global tax policies and positions. Provide high quality tax advice to the Regional CFOs and business management, in cooperation with the Groups tax functional experts. Maintain tax transfer pricing training materials and routinely conduct cross functional training to ensure companywide understanding of global transfer pricing arrangements and tax policies. Assist the APAC Transfer Pricing Lead and Global Head of Transfer Pricing with drafting, revising, and maintaining global intercompany agreements, including royalty agreements, support services agreements, loan agreements, distribution agreements, cost sharing agreements, etc. Ensure that new legal entities enter into existing network of intercompany agreements. The successful candidate must have the willingnessability to Understand the emerging Internet of Things ˜IoT™ landscape and provide expertise at the intersection of device and data business unites to help commercial managers realise opportunities from a tax perspective. Foster innovation and work with the wider business to formulate strategic ideas and processes. Understand what is leading edge today can quickly become outdated tomorrow. Participate in ad hoc travel as and when required by the business. In return, this career opportunity is able to provide a diligent tax professional with the following Access to a high level of responsibility and autonomy in their role. Accelerated career progression and the opportunity to build out a tax function underneath them. Mentoring and professional development from highly networked senior professionals in the industry. A competitive remuneration package, bonus and company incentives. For further information about this position and a comprehensive job description outlining the role parameters, please apply with your full resume and best contact details. Suitable candidates registered with aleksandar. have already been contacted directly about this position and are progressing to the next stage of the process. If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please apply as soon as possible for a confidential discussion. aleksandar. is Asia Pacifics leading privately held tax executive search and talent management consulting firm. The firm provides mid-to-senior-level tax search and selection, talent management, contract solutions and integration services to many of the worlds most respected organisations. Our clients range from large listed corporations to emerging growth companies, start-ups and privatised government organisations. For more information on our services, please visit www.aleksandar.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Commercial Manager | Lane Cove, NSW

    Reference XXXN-JO-1812-13863 Permanent position based at Lane Cove (free onsite parking) New customer-facing position within the Commercial leadership team Contract negotiation and account management focus Build strong working relationships with key stakeholders and customers drive commercial direction and growth through contract negotiations. Bupa Dental Corporation (BDC) is the leading, fastest growing dental services organisation in Australia and New Zealand. With a unique culture built on strong core values, we take great pride in producing quality work and recognising our employee strengths. We work alongside dental practices to unlock their potential allowing them to see rapid improvements in operational and business performances. Reporting to the Head of Commercial (Health Services), the Commercial Manager role is critical to driving the commercial direction of the Bupa Dental business. In this role you would be responsible for driving growth through the negotiations and outcomes of commercial contract arrangements. As a key member of the Commercial team, you will build effective cross-functional working relationships across the Bupa ANZ Market Unit and the Bupa Dental network. Responsibilities include Building and maintaining strong relationships with all key stakeholders. Leading contracting negotiations with current and prospective Practice Principals and other related third parties including Managing the analytics and preparation for and leading the conduct of complex commercial contract negotiations to optimal conclusion, including business case development. Supporting the business case and contracts approval processes, and providing advice about all new or revised contracts to the customer facing Bupa Dental teams for implementation and ongoing management. Working with the Commercial Contracts team to support efficient and effective management of contract administration. Partnering with the Bupa Legal team for the drafting of new and revised contracts. Identifying and driving all opportunities for Bupa Dental business growth, including strategy development and assessing commercial viability and risk of projects. Contributing strategically as a member of the Commercial team to achieve key business development outcomes. Legal and regulatory compliance and adherence to internal operating procedures as applicable. Your background You will relish the opportunity for deep involvement in the Bupa Dental business, from close partnership with commercial leadership on creating growth strategy to extensive hands on involvement in contract negotiations. You will havebe Tertiary qualifications in business, corporate law or a related discipline, with post-graduate qualification highly regarded eg MBA and relevant professional associations memberships eg ACA, CPA. Ability to identify and synthesise complex legal, technical and business considerations to negotiate and deliver commercial contracts with clear business value. An extremely high level of financial and commercial acumen, with proven experience in applying financial and operational performance frameworks to drive successful business outcomes and contractual obligations. Established high level relationship and key stakeholder management skills, with an extremely strong ability to negotiate with and influence a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated success in the execution of revenue generation and customer relationship management strategies, and achieving targets within financial planning. A proven ability to analyse and interpret a range of data and results, identify opportunities and build recommendations in relation to improved performance. Confirmed ability to think and act strategically with strong experience in business planning and implementation. Effective leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to role model the Bupa values at all times. While an in-depth understanding of the healthcare environment would be a strong advantage, relevant experience in a comparable complex business environment will also be considered. How to apply If this is the role you™ve been looking for then click the Apply now button to submit your Resume and Cover letter quoting job reference JO-1812-13863 To find out more about our company, please visit httpwww.bupadental.com.au httpwww.dentalcorp.com.au No agencies. Only candidates with the right to work in Australia will be considered for this role.

    location Ln Cove Plaza, Lane Cove NSW 2066, Australia


  • Finance Business Partner

    About the job Reporting directly to the Head of Finance and Reporting, this 9 month maximum term, full time role commencing in January 2019 is an excellent opportunity for a proactive and motivated individual to join the Accounting and finance team during a significant period of change in the organisation. The successful candidate will be an agile thinker with an inquisitive nature along with a customer service mindset with the ability to build relationships at all levels across the business. Key duties include Finance Business Partner to Operations Monthly management accounts Coordinating the reforecast and annual budget process Fortnightly and monthly reporting to the business Financial analysis and cost modelling Delivery of monthly finance meetings in conjunction with the Executive Manager Operations Training and development of Operational staff on all areas of finance Assist in the preparation of the monthly finance pack Providing ad-hoc support as required to the Head of Finance Reporting What you™ll need to be considered CACPACIMA qualified At least 5 years experience in a management accountant, financial business analyst or financial business partner position Demonstrated strong stakeholder engagement and management skills are important Customer service aptitude Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to translate finance material into meaningful information for non-finance users A few extras to help you decide Flexible work environment Generous salary packaging benefits Professional development opportunities

    location Jolimont Terrace, Jolimont WA 6014, Australia


  • EOI - Asset Systems Analyst

    Naval Ship Management (Australia) Pty Ltd (NSM) is a joint venture between Babcock International Group and UGL Pty Limited which provides asset management solutions to the Australian maritime sector. NSM has recently been selected as the LHD Asset Class Prime Contractor (ACPC) by the Capability, Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) to become the asset steward for the Royal Australian Navy™s two Landing Helicopter Docks (LHD), twelve LHD Landing Craft (LLC) and associated assets commencing from mid-2019. NSM has a proud history supporting the ANZAC class frigates where we currently undertake planning, scheduling, management and execution of preventative and corrective maintenance on the east and west coasts of Australia. We have a strong business philosophy of sub-contracting work to local, high quality, Australian Industry Partners. We strive to provide the safest work environment for our employees and partners. Our company history has been built on challenge and excels in the delivering to our client™s requirements. We are now looking to grow our workforce and recruit people who share our work ethic, values and are passionate about collaboration. If you are eligible to hold a defence security clearance and ready for your next challenge the LHD Program has an opportunity for an Asset Systems Analyst to join the team based on Garden Island, NSW. This role will commence early January 2019. About the role This role is responsible for extracting data and undertaking detailed analyses to identify trends, issues and areas for improvement with respect to the performance of the Landing Helicopter Docks (LHDs) HMA Canberra and Adelaide. NSM offers An exciting opportunity to join the LHD Program Opportunities to apply innovation and collaboration in the workplace Training and development opportunities Flexible work arrangements - have a chat to us around how this can work for you A culture that values diversity and innovation, evolving with market changes and new technologies About Us UGL Pty Limited is a leading provider of end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services. We are active across rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world™s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies. As a diversified services organisation, UGL appreciates the diversity and richness of its people, and seeks to create inclusive environments that promote your talent and skills. If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil the above role, then please apply now via the button. Closing date Thursday,13th December Job Ref No 234591

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Financial Analyst

    Collaboration. Innovation. Better Healthcare. Join an organisation passionate about delivering improved health care. Partner with senior management and stakeholders to manage the financial performance of the ACI. Based in Chatswood and will be moving to state of the art offices in St Leonards in 2020. We are looking for Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to explain complex information and influence diverse stakeholder groups. 10 - 15 years™ experience in a similar role with strong background in budgeting and forecasting and advanced MS Excel skills. Collaborative and adaptable professional with strong commercial acumen and ability to learn and make sound financial decisions quickly. What you will be doing The Senior Financial Analyst will be managing the full financial performance of the Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) including budgeting, forecasting, financial accounting, audit, reporting systems and processes of. With a continuous improvement mindset, the role will lead the implementation of enhancements and efficiencies to financial reporting and processes. As a true business partner, this role will provide high level support to the Associate Director, Finance and Corporate Affairs as well as providing financial advice and guidance to all ACI staff including Managers and Directors of clinical networks, streams and directorates. The role is also responsible for building a partnership with the HealthShare service centre to ensure that the financial activities undertaken at ACI are efficient and effective. Employment details Employment Type Full Time Permanent Position Classification HSM 3 Remuneration 110,961 - 126,496 per annum plus super Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ81778 About us Collaboration. Innovation. Better Healthcare. The Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) works with clinicians, consumers and managers to design and promote better healthcare for NSW. For more information go to httpswww.aci.health.nsw.gov.au How to apply Your application must include completed questionnaire below responding to the six (6) selection criteria an up-to-date resume of no more than five (5) pages which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role. Selection criteria Relevant tertiary qualifications in accounting, extensive experience in financial management accounting andor current membership of relevant professional body. Highly computer literate with demonstrated proficiency in financial software such as Oracle R12 and Microsoft Office Excel or similar software Sound analytical skills including the ability to analyse, interpret and explain complex financial information to budget managers and directors to assist strategic decisions. Advanced interpersonal and communication skills, including experience building and maintaining relationships and liaising and influencing a broad range of staff. Demonstrated organisational skills in a high volume and demanding professional environment with a demonstrated capacity to prioritise competing demands. Proven project management skills with demonstrated experience leading, developing and implementing operational process improvements and change management. A copy of the position description can be accessed here Position Description At the ACI we value diversity and inclusion. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and would like some more information about applying for a role within the ACI, please contact one of our Aboriginal Workforce Consultants on 1800 004 546 or by email aboriginalcareershealth.nsw.gov.au If you are a person with disability and require information or specific arrangements to participate in the recruitment process, please contact the People Culture Coordinator on 02 9464 4630. If you would like more information on this role please contact Nirav Bajoria, on 02 9464 4660. Closing date 06 January 2019

    location Chatswood, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia


  • Commercial Analyst - Marketing

    Challenge yourself in this fast paced, fun environment An opportunity to be bold and innovative in your approach Fantastic career development within a large team Target is here for millions of Australians every day. We are a business with a rich history and an exciting future in retail, 90 years strong and still passionate about making fashion, style quality affordable for the whole family. It™s an exciting time to join our iconic retail brand, Target is on a renewed journey and working as part of the Wesfarmers family this is your chance to join a business that is moving forward. We are seeking an experienced Commercial Analyst to join our Finance Team based in our Store Support Office in North Geelong. Later this year we will be moving to a brand new purpose built facility in Williams Landing in Melbourne with flexible support in the interim to work between Geelong and Melbourne hot desk offices. About our Role As the Commercial Analyst for Marketing, you will be responsible for supporting key stakeholders on strategic and commercial projects including measuring the return on investment from marketing spends influencing how we allocate our marketing spend across channels and product groups, assessing promotional offers and producing regular reporting and insight to support the planning and actions for improving sales, EBIT and ROC and support the annual strategic planning and budgeting processes. Other key responsibilities may include Support key stakeholders on strategic and commercial projects and contribute to business cases, investment appraisals and contract evaluation Deliver regular reporting, perform ad hoc analysis and develop tools and processes to deliver insights, identify risksopportunities and support commercial decision-making Make recommendations and support the planning for improving sales, EBIT and ROC “ with a focus on sales delivery and cost optimisation Lead the corporate planning process for Marketing through by actively working with key stakeholders to create and communicate the five year plan Assist with budgeting and monthly forecastingplanning processes, ensuring inputs and outcomes make financial and commercial sense Manage marketing spend to ensure it is in line with or below budget, and foster a culture of ˜every dollar counts™ across the marketing team Lead the Target vision, strategy and values within the team and across the organisation Skills, Knowledge Experience The ideal candidate will have a Tertiary qualification in Finance, Commerce or a related discipline, CACPA membership, with experience in commercial or finance business partnering. Strong financial, analytical and problem-solving skills is essential as is ability to draw insights, make recommendations and deliver outcomes along with the ability to engage with and influence stakeholders. Fabulous Rewards Exclusive Team member discounts at Target and other Wesfarmers Limited businesses such as Kmart, Coles Officeworks Participation in an uncapped bonus scheme Option to support various charities or actively participate in community initiatives or sponsorship Variety of financial, wellness and corporate partner discount programs Opportunity for eligible employees to salary sacrifice Wesfarmers shares Novated and Operating Lease option available for eligible employees Opportunity for eligible employees to take paid parental leave Target values diversity and we pride ourselves on representing the diverse and multicultural communities of which we are a part. Agencies will only be engaged if required. Please do not contact us or send applicants to us unless requested to by the Recruitment Team.

    location Williams Landing VIC 3027, Australia


  • Group Tax Accountant

    aleksandar. have been appointed to manage a recruitment process on behalf of a leading listed organisation to identify a Tax Accountant in Brisbane, Australia. Our business partner is a true Australian success story with international operations across Europe and Asia Pacific. As the Tax Accountant within a domestic Group Tax team you will be joining this progressive organisation to support the Tax function during an exciting period of growth. The Tax Accountant is responsible for the preparation and co-ordination of the accurate and timely lodgement of all statutory tax returns across the group. The role will also involve assisting with timely and effective tax advice to business units across the group and business partnering with the wider Group Finance team. Your success in this role will rely heavily on your substantial experience in corporate income tax. You will have strong knowledge and understanding of taxation risk and regulatory requirements (cultivated at a big4 or mid-tier accounting firm) and also best practice for Australian groups operating in a global market. Candidates we are interested to speak with must have the ability to Prepare and review various tax compliance matters across the group including corporate income tax returns, FBT, GST, BAS, RD, monthly and year-end tax provisions. Manage internal tax compliance through monitoring of tax legislative changes, including communication of these changes to the appropriate stakeholders. Calculate the quarterly PAYG income tax installment. Complete transactional analysis and management of tax sensitive accounts. Provide ad hoc tax advice regarding GST and corporate income tax. Liaise and work with business units for tax opportunities and continuous improvements. Provide ongoing assistance with RD Tax issuesclaims. Key Requirements Currently at Tax ConsultantAnalyst level at a big4 mid-tier accounting firm or 2+yrs of experience within an in-house tax function for a large, complex organisation. Degree qualified (CACPAMasters of Tax). Experience with tax consolidated groups and strong knowledge of Australian tax law, predominantly across corporate income tax. Strong tax effect accounting experience. Understanding of RD, GST and Payroll Tax is highly desirable. Professional and committed with excellent communications skills. A commercial mind-set with the ability to analyse and glean insights from data. Strong SAP and CCH Integrator skills. Suitable candidates registered with aleksandar. have already been contacted directly about this position and are progressing to the next stage of the process. If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please apply as soon as possible. aleksandar. is Asia Pacific™s leading privately held tax executive search and talent management consulting firm. The firm provides mid-to-senior-level tax search and selection, talent management, contract solutions and integration services to many of the world™s most respected organisations. Our clients range from large listed corporations to emerging growth companies, startups and privatised government organisations. For more information on our services, please visit www.aleksandar.com.au

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Manager - Risk/Internal Audit - Big 4

    In recent years this highly regarded Big4 firm has seen strong growth in its Canberra practice and is currently seeking a new leader to continue the success of recent years. The internal audit team, headed by a progressive partner, has created a positive and dynamic culture far removed from the often austere environments which are common in Big4. The word fun has been carefully floated to describe the environment in the team. Whilst rarely seen in consulting firms, in addition to full-time staff, we are also open to recruiting an individual who would ideally prefer part time working hours, be they 4 days a week, within school hours or any other structure which will allow you to deliver a steady flow of work and contribute to a positive culture, whilst finding balance with home life and other priorities. As you would expect, the work is with a range of Federal and State Government agencies, so we are seeking an individual with either a strong background in Government financial management and internal audit or with consulting experience in other high quality firms. Degree qualifications are essential and CACPA qualifications (or progress towards obtaining these) are highly desirable. Note Applicants MUST be Australian Citizens to be considered for this opportunity. For further information, please feel welcome to call Andrew Doyle - Principal on 02 6134 6554 at any time. Alternatively, please follow the prompts to submit an application. Candidate Testimonial I have found you to take the utmost personal care in the service to find the best fit for client and candidate. You have been very professional in dealing with your business stakeholders, a trait I found to be seriously lacking among your competitors. I am pleased to thoroughly recommend you to anyone that is seeking career or recruitment advice. Thanks very much for your help over this time. Senior Financial Accountant Government

    location Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


  • Group Revenue Manager

    Be an integral member of our dynamic Executive Team, including advisor to our CEO on revenue strategy Partner with our general managers to grow their top line revenue using effective market mix strategies Deliver insights through analytics and build capability in revenue management across your stakeholders We are seeking a top-notch Group Revenue Manager to join our Executive team. Based out of our Port Melbourne head office (with a small amount of travel each month), you will lead our revenue strategy into a period of significant growth. If you are looking to apply your skills and passion in a fast-paced, result-oriented organisation - that also happens to be Australias most awarded boutique hotel brand - then we want to speak to you About The Role Manage distribution channels and ensure parity across the group Assist in setting group pricing Develop and implement systems, practices and tools aimed at increasing revenue Monitor, analyze and report on key revenue metrics, including the alignment of the revenue management strategy across the group Partner with General Managers to build capability and drive results across their sales and reservations teams Lead the development of computer systems and provide technical support when as needed Consult and advise leaders as part of the planning, budgeting and forecasting cycles About You An astute strategist who focuses on trend recognition, demand anticipation and opportunity analysis A strong analyst who quickly identifies when course correction is required and effectively evaluates possibilities to determine a way forward A bit of an Excel guru advanced skills in pivot tables, graphs, and advanced formula is a must due to the complexity of the 2 PMS we are operating with. Leverages strong communication skills to secure stakeholder buy-in and manage change A determined professional who navigates set-backs with positivity and a can-do attitude Flexes from independent work to collaborative teaming with ease The Lancemore Group is a leading Australian boutique lifestyle brand and pioneer in boutique hotels and residential conference facilities. Currently we have six iconic hotels - Mansion Hotel Spa at Werribee Park, Alamanda Palm Cove, Larmont Sydney, Lindenderry at Red Hill, Lancemore Hill at Macedon Ranges and Lindenwarrah at Milawa. About Us Our hotels offer boutique accommodation, conferences meetings, weddings events, wellness spas, critically acclaimed restaurants and an award winning wines. We are rapidly expanding across Australia and are unique in being a family owned company that combines the head of a large operation with the heart of a family company. You will be joining a high performing workplace that believes in developing new talent and empowering people to drive their own results If you are a passionate and performance driven individual seeking to develop your career within an established boutique hotel brand, then apply now Applicants must hold the right to reside and work in Australia Visit www.lancemore.com.au to find out more about our company.

    location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia


  • Systems Accountant

    The Detmold Group is a leading manufacturer of specialised paper and board packaging products with 6 manufacturing locations and over 22 sales offices in 15 countries. We supply to a diverse range of customers including some of the world™s leading brands. We are a business that is proud of our Brand, our People, and our Products. An opportunity exists for an experienced Systems Accountant to join our Commercial team to support the effective administration, maintenance and operations of our ERP system. Amongst the usual systems accounting activities this role will maintain the master data framework maintain data integrity through a system of regular checks trouble shoot and fix finance related system issues provide guidance and make recommendations as the ERP specialist document processes support the training of existing and new users in the use of the system support users with their requirements whilst applying and ensuring adherence to system standards. We are seeking candidates that have a passion for working with ERP systems and bring knowledge of accounting, financial controls and process requirements, ideally in a manufacturing environment. Furthermore, to be successful in this role you must have systems process thinking, be logical, analytical with great problem-solving skills the ability to communicate effectively and be comfortable, mature and confident in dealing with people the ability to deal with diversity as this role engages with people across our company in all the countries in which we operate. Experience with QAD (MFGPro) or a similar ERP system Experience in a similar role would be highly regarded, including relevant qualifications. To apply for this role please click on the ˜Apply for this job button™ To learn more about our organisation please visit our website at www.detmoldgroup.com

    location Adelaide SA 5007, Australia


  • Analyst - Internal Audit

    About Orica Orica is the world™s largest provider of commercial explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas and construction markets, a leading supplier of sodium cyanide for gold extraction, and a specialist provider of ground support services in mining and tunnelling. Our purpose is to make our customers successful, every day, all around the world. We take pride in operating safely, responsibly and sustainably. Together, these enable us to grow and create enduring value for our shareholders. About the role Orica is searching for a new Analyst to join our Group Risk and Assurance function on a full-time permanent basis. With the support of a highly experienced team to guide, coach and mentor, this is an outstanding opportunity for an Analyst to grow and develop a career in a dynamic, inclusive Group Risk and Assurance function. The successful candidate will provide assistance with the planning, management and execution of risk based internal audits and partner with the business to assess the quality of internal controls, risk management and governance systems across the business. What you will be doing Reporting and analysis of audit actions, including maintenance of the Risk and Assurance system Provide support to execute a robust internal audit plan evaluating controls and advising on efficient control improvements. Completing audits in accordance with internal audit processes and protocols. Ensuring the effective communication (both verbal and written) of audit output. Delivering high value advice by identifying issues, insights and productivity opportunities to the team, which enable pragmatic business change and align with the strategic direction of the function. Contribute to the delivery of the overall strategic objective of the Risk Assurance team, providing support where required. What you bring Relevant tertiary qualification preferably in Accounting or Engineering. The ability to effectively communicate with a broad range of stakeholders and have the ability to develop relationships internally and externally. Excellent team work skills, strong problem solving, time and project management skills. A willingness to frequently travel both domestically and internationally. Focus upon personal development and an aspiration toward career advancement. What we offer The opportunities, facilities and environment associated with working in an international organisation Career paths that are totally flexible allowing you to specialise or become a generalist A diverse workplace where your unique abilities and talents will be recognised and encouraged Training programs, opportunities and initiatives to ensure your continued growth Competitive salary packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Consultant

    About Us Crowe Horwath in Australasia is the largest provider of accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals and small and medium enterprises. From a comprehensive network of over 110 offices located in regional, rural and metropolitan areas, we combine local knowledge with world-class technology to help you on your financial journey. Our vast geographical footprint and team of over 3,000 principals, professionals and support staff provides you access to expertise across the entire range of financial services, ensuring more than just financial advice. We have affiliations to our global network Crowe Horwath International, which is ranked amongst the top 10 global accounting networks and is known for delivering quality accounting and advisory services in more than 130 countries. We are the relationship that you can count on - large enough to offer a range of expertise and skills - and small enough to provide the personal touch. Crowe Horwath™s areas of expertise include accounting, audit and assurance, tax and business advisory, corporate finance and management consulting. We also specialise in financial advice, superannuation, SMSF and wealth management, general risk and personal insurance, lending and finance. Opportunity We currently have an exciting opportunity available for an experienced Consultant to join our Crowe Horwath Specialist Tax team. Based in our Albury office, this is a great chance to pursue your career aspirations whilst living closer to home. Our Tax Advisory specialists are the thought leaders in the tax consulting field, providing clients with cutting edge tax advice to meet their business and personal needs. They offer a broad range of specialist tax services that can manage client™s tax risks and exposure. You will be required to maintain up-to-date technical knowledge to ensure compliance with all statutory and relevant regulatory requirements as well as proactively communicate with clients to determine how Crowe Horwath can best meet their needs by providing innovative solutions, strategic tax advice and establishing positive relationships. This is a great chance to pursue your career aspirations in a progressive and high performance environment. This is a fantastic opportunity to really challenge your skills and knowledge of the tax industry Necessary Skills and Attributes Law, Commerce or Accounting degree, or an equivalent discipline. The work will cover both Tax Advisory and Tax compliance on a range of international, transactional tax, corporate and middle market tax issues Experience in all of those areas is not required, but a drive to learn new skills and apply new technical and soft skills is essential. Enjoy taking ownership of work and demonstrating initiative Commenced or completed CA or Masters of Tax 2+ years™ experience in taxaccounting roles Excellent communication skills and a great team player. Advanced numeric skills with a strong attention to detail You need to be organised, have strong multi-tasking skills and the ability to provide direction and guidance to junior members of the team. The successful candidate will be energetic, eager to learn, have exceptional attention to detail, and will be keen to take on more responsibility as they develop in the role You will be looking to move into an area where you will be challenged to solve complex problems and build multiple client relationships. If you are looking for a varied taxation role then this is the role for you What we offer you Continuous learning and development and extensive technical and soft skills training. Work in a fun, friendly and dynamic environment Competitive remuneration package and employee benefits The ability to express interest and develop different technical skills within corporate, international, middle market and specialist taxes. If you are interested in joining Crowe Horwath, please apply with your cover letter and resume. Find out more www.crowehorwath.com.au

    location New South Wales 2640, Australia


  • Tax Consultant

    Are you looking for a career change ? QTax™s income tax course is the industry leader, with a solid reputation for expert instruction. You™ll gain practical...

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Accounts Clerk

    Previous accounts experience and Cert 4 Accounting qualifications will be viewed favourably. Applications need to be sent by Friday December 14th 2018 ....

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


  • Consultant

    About Us Crowe Horwath in Australasia is the largest provider of accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals and small and medium enterprises. From a comprehensive network of over 110 offices located in regional, rural and metropolitan areas, we combine local knowledge with world-class technology to help you on your financial journey. Our vast geographical footprint and team of over 3,000 principals, professionals and support staff provides you access to expertise across the entire range of financial services, ensuring more than just financial advice. We have affiliations to our global network Crowe Horwath International, which is ranked amongst the top 10 global accounting networks and is known for delivering quality accounting and advisory services in more than 130 countries. We are the relationship that you can count on - large enough to offer a range of expertise and skills - and small enough to provide the personal touch. Crowe Horwath™s areas of expertise include accounting, audit and assurance, tax and business advisory, corporate finance and management consulting. We also specialise in financial advice, superannuation, SMSF and wealth management, general risk and personal insurance, lending and finance. Opportunity We currently have an exciting opportunity available for an experienced Consultant to join our Crowe Horwath Specialist Tax team. Based in our Geelong office, this is a great chance to pursue your career aspirations whilst living closer to home. Our Tax Advisory specialists are the thought leaders in the tax consulting field, providing clients with cutting edge tax advice to meet their business and personal needs. They offer a broad range of specialist tax services that can manage client™s tax risks and exposure. You will be required to maintain up-to-date technical knowledge to ensure compliance with all statutory and relevant regulatory requirements as well as proactively communicate with clients to determine how Crowe Horwath can best meet their needs by providing innovative solutions, strategic tax advice and establishing positive relationships. This is a great chance to pursue your career aspirations in a progressive and high performance environment. This is a fantastic opportunity to really challenge your skills and knowledge of the tax industry Necessary Skills and Attributes Law, Commerce or Accounting degree, or an equivalent discipline. The work will cover both Tax Advisory and Tax compliance on a range of international, transactional tax, corporate and middle market tax issues Experience in all of those areas is not required, but a drive to learn new skills and apply new technical and soft skills is essential. Enjoy taking ownership of work and demonstrating initiative Commenced or completed CA or Masters of Tax 2+ years™ experience in taxaccounting roles Excellent communication skills and a great team player. Advanced numeric skills with a strong attention to detail You need to be organised, have strong multi-tasking skills and the ability to provide direction and guidance to junior members of the team. The successful candidate will be energetic, eager to learn, have exceptional attention to detail, and will be keen to take on more responsibility as they develop in the role You will be looking to move into an area where you will be challenged to solve complex problems and build multiple client relationships. If you are looking for a varied taxation role then this is the role for you What we offer you Continuous learning and development and extensive technical and soft skills training. Work in a fun, friendly and dynamic environment Competitive remuneration package and employee benefits The ability to express interest and develop different technical skills within corporate, international, middle market and specialist taxes. If you are interested in joining Crowe Horwath, please apply with your cover letter and resume. Find out more www.crowehorwath.com.au

    location Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Established in 1972, The Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation, (ALPA), started as co-operative of community stores in Arnhem Land and has gone from...

    location Darwin International Airport (DRW), 1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Darwin International Airport NT 0820, Australia


  • Bookkeeper

    We are seeking an experienced bookkeeper to join our happy, enthusiastic and progressive team in our Ashburton store....

    location Ashburton Rd, Glen Iris VIC 3146, Australia


  • Accountant

    A true success story, McColls Transport is Australias largest dairy, food and consumer and industrial chemicals transport carrier, employing over 460 people nationally. It has recently been acquired by a significant investor group with a progressive and long term view. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced Accountant who will report to the Finance Manager in our head office team. The role will include Preparation of weekly critical number reports for each business unit. Delivery of monthly reporting, insightful analysis and reconciliation of accounts. Maintenance of all capex fixed asset accounting. Working across the business and alongside business partners. To be successful in this dynamic role you will have A high attention to detail. Demonstrated curiosity and proven analytical skills. Great communication skills. Experience using a large ERP system. Completed a Bachelor Degree in Accounting. Minimum of 4 years accounting experience. You will join a dedicated and enthusiastic team in this profitable and growing business. This is the ideal opportunity to use your existing knowledge and progress with your personal and professional career. If you have the above attributes, we want to hear from you Please forward your resume and cover letter to hrmccolls.com.au

    location Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


  • ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT

    GROWING TEAM SUPPORTIVE AND DRIVEN TEAM ENVIRONMENT CAMPBELLTOWN LOCATION GLOBAL BUSINESS Nisbets has over 30 years experience in the Catering Industry. We opened our first Australian location in 2010 and since then we have grown our Australian business to 12 locations throughout Australia offering growth, stability and career advancements The role is based at our Campbelltown Head Office with onsite parking and in walking distance to public transport. THE ROLE We believe our people are key to our growth and thats why we want people who are looking for a long term career opportunity not just a job. If you are enthusiastic, self-motivated and enjoy working in a sales environment then we want to hear from you The primary responsibility of this role is to actively support the business by providing timely, accurate and relevant financial information and provide support to all finance operations. The key focus areas of the role include Support the production of the month end management accounts for Nisbets Australia Support receivables in completing tasks and providing accurate reporting information Support payables in completing tasks and providing accurate reporting information Support cashier function in completing tasks and providing accurate reporting information Overhead expenditure variance analysis to support cost control initiatives Fixed asset and depreciation management Accounting all rounder Production of weekly Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Support the preparation of quarterly forecasts annual budgets Balance Sheet review, reconciliations, and control accounts ownership Support the business and provide other managers with accurate, relevant and timely information Assist in the development of financial systems and procedures used within the department by identifying risks and areas of improvements Account reconciliations GST and other tax filing assistance Ad-hoc duties projects Year end requirements WHAT YOULL NEED TO SUCCEED The successful candidate will possess the following skills and experience Accounting degree or the equivalent Excellent MS Excel skills Excellent communication skills High level of general education High level of numeracy literacy WHAT YOULL GET IN RETURN In return you will receive a competitive salary plus superannuation. Your own transport will be favourable and free parking is available onsite. This is also convenient for public transport (5 minute walk to Campbelltown station). There is a lot happening in the pipeline for this company so career progression will be a possibility down the track. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW If this sounds like you and you have the experience required please APPLY NOW.

    location Cataract NSW 2560, Australia


  • Senior Business Partner | Senior Analyst | FP&A | $150k + Super + Bonus

    Our client is the market leader within their field and continue to grow organically and through MA. Listed overseas with a strong global presence, the AustraliaNew Zealand subsidiary boasts impressive revenues and will look to continue to build on this in 2019 and beyond. Working closely with the head of FPA and the wider finance leadership team you will be instrumental in the delivery of a robust planning process across all divisions of the business. Key responsibilities Deliver the annual business plan, including the budget that supports the group strategy Monitor and report on the business performance against strategic objectives Provide key analysis and financial modelling to provide insights on the business performance Build scenario models to identify opportunities for improved performance Provide commentary for the executive team on all results and variables Work closely with the corporate reporting team to ensure monthly analysis and reports are insightful Periodic re-forecasting and risk analysis To be successful in this position you will be qualified (CA,CPA,CIMA) and have experience working in a commercial finance position- understanding in depth the forecasting and budgeting process, ideally gained in a complex multinational environment. You will have strong systems (advanced Excel and large ERP exposure), financial modelling experience and analytical skills. You will be comfortable liaising and presenting to senior stakeholders and executive teams within the business. In return you are joining a large, stable organisation who invest heavily in their people. You will continue to grow and develop your skills and have opportunities to progress within this organisation. You will be working for an impressive leader who will allow you autonomy to manage your workload while also being approachable to assist when needed. You will also be able to achieve a healthy work life balance. Kick of 2019 in a true value add, business partnering opportunity with a market leader. Please forward your resume in WORD format. For a confidential conversation please contact Joel Adams 0410 582 543.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Executive Manager - CSIRO Financial Control

    Do you thrive in complex and demanding environments? Are you a leader that inspires others to meet exacting requirements? Join CSIRO and lead the team delivering CSIRO™s reports to Government As the Executive Manager (EM), Financial Control you will report to the Chief Finance Officer and deliver financial accounting and external reports, plus oversee CSIRO™s Financial Support Centres (AR, AP and Contract AdministrationProject Support), a Training and Education (Financial) function, and the Procurement team. You will manage a small team and be a key contributor to the successful delivery of value-add financial management and other related services by leading, developing and mentoring Finance team members. Your duties will include Planning, managing and monitoring the delivery of all Financial Control activities, outputs and outcomes across the key areas of responsibility (including financial analysis, compliance, financial statements and year-end audits) to meet both the Government™s and CSIRO™s needs. Developing and delivering accurate, timely, relevant and insightful papers on finance matters for the CFO to provide to the Executive Team, Board and Board Audit Risk Committee. Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation to ensure a strong financial control environment across CSIRO. Resolution of any financial control issues identified through the audit processes. Proactively contributing to the delivery of CSIRO Finance goals and objectives as an effective and collegiate member of the ˜One CSIRO™ Finance team. Leading innovation improvements and change initiatives across Finance and within own teams, including staff (re)allocation due to changes in business requirements. Location Black Mountain, ACT Salary 134K to 148K plus up to 15.4 superannuation Tenure Indefinite Reference 59737 To be successful you will need Pre-Requisites Degree in accounting, commerce or business as well as completion of the CA or CPA Program, or equivalent relevant work experience Essential Criteria Excellent financial leadership capability with a strong emphasis on using commercial judgment, planning and using experience to act proactively, prioritise, add value, and contribute to resolving escalated issues relating to reporting, procurement, and financial accounting while working under tight timelines and in a sometimes high pressure environment. Strong technical capability, including expertise and experience in financial accounting, Government reporting and asset and investment accounting. Strong technical capability to understand and demonstrate familiarity with financial accounting (revenue recognition, work-in-progressdeferred revenues etc.) so as to contribute to the definition and communication of related policies and understand and manage their impact on CSIRO financials. Demonstrated capability in representing Finance by analysing current internal and external environments and providing key strategic financial advice to senior management. Demonstrated capability in developing strong and trusted advisor relationships with senior Finance leaders, executives, external auditors and members of the Board Audit Risk Committees. Proven capability in fostering a cohesive team culture which projects respect, displays high levels of integrity and professionalism, and strives to focus on the management and resolution of complex staff issues. Capable of understanding and committing to CSIRO Values, Code of Conduct and HSE policies and initiatives. Special Requirement This position requires the successful candidate to hold or satisfy the requirements to obtain and maintain a Negative Vetting Level 1 security clearance For details about who to contact and for more information please view Position Description CSIRO™s Commitment to Diversity We™re working hard to recruit diverse people and ensure all our people feel supported to do their best work and empowered to let their ideas flourish. Flexible Working Arrangements We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Balance About CSIRO At CSIRO you can be part of helping to solve big, complex problems that make a real difference to our future. We spark off each other, learn from each other, trust each other and collaborate to achieve more than we could individually in a supportive, rewarding, inclusive and truly flexible environment. We™re working hard to recruit diverse people and ensure all our people feel supported to do their best work and empowered to let their ideas flourish. Apply Online To apply online, please provide a CV and cover letter outlining your suitability and motivation for the role. Applications Close Friday 21 December, 2018

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Payroll Officer SEA LIFE Sydney, 1-5 Wheat Rd Darling Harbour Sydney, NSW, 2000 Australia Would you like to work for one of the leading global companies in entertainment? Would you love a role, based in Sydney, in an office amongst sharks, koalas and celebrities? Do you have a passion for people, combined with a love of fun? Then get applying as we have the role for you We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a full-time Payroll Officer to join our busy and exciting Payroll team. About the Role Reporting to the National Payroll Manager, you will be responsible for delivering an accurate and timely payroll function across sites in the ANZ Midway Division. Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to processing an accurate and timely payroll, assisting in reconciling superannuation and payroll tax across the division, calculating and processing termination payments, and keeping up to date with all legislation pertaining to payroll including EBAs, awards, minimum wage, superannuation to ensure payroll remains compliant. About You You must have experience in processing end to end payroll (ADP preferred) and will have excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to multitask and prioritise. You will also have experience with awards and complex EBAs, time attendance systems and the ability to identify, develop and improve payroll processes in line with business and audit requirements. About the Benefits Great people, great perks Alongside a fun and collaborative environment, with a competitive salary, you can enjoy our amazing benefits package, including a discretionary company bonus, corporate partnership discounts, and of course, a Merlin Magic Pass, which entitles you and your family and friends free admission to all our attractions worldwide. Perhaps the biggest benefit of joining us however, are the invaluable opportunities for further career training and development across our ever-expanding group. About Us MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS plc is the leading name in location-based, family entertainment. Europe™s Number 1 and the world™s second-largest visitor attraction operator, Merlin now operates 111 attractions, 12 hotels4 holiday villages in 23 countries and across 4 continents. The company aims to deliver memorable and rewarding experiences to its almost 63 million visitors worldwide, through its iconic global and local brands, and the commitment and passion of its managers and c26,000 employees (peak season). Merlin currently has 13 attractions in Australia and New Zealand including the stunning Hotham and Falls Creek Alpine Resorts in Victoria WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and WILD LIFE Hamilton Island Madame Tussauds, Sydney Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures and Otway Fly Treetop Adventures Zip Line the Sydney Tower Eye, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium, the brand new LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre in Melbourne, SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast, Queensland and Kelly Tarlton™s SEA LIFE Aquarium in Auckland, NZ. Visit www.merlinentertainments.biz for more information. All applications must be received by 1159 p.m. AEDT on 24th December 2018

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Manager or Senior Manager - Corporate Tax Advisory

    Looking for an interesting and varied Tax Advisory role? Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture With a diverse range of projects, well have you working with Australias most respected companies from day one. KPMGs Tax Advisory business supports clients to look ahead to see how their business decisions can be affected by tax legislation. More than ever before, tax is playing a vital role in shaping political and business agendas as the world faces rapid globalization and increased competition. In this new world of tax, clients rely on KPMG to help them achieve competitive advantage. We are equipped to decisively deliver new ways of thinking, big-picture perspectives and acute insights that help clients make informed choices to deal with complex issues. Your new role Working within the Corporate Tax Advisory team your responsibilities as a Manager will include Developing relationships with clients and targets to gain an understanding of their businesses, and identify potential opportunities Working in a high quality team to deliver multiple engagements Advising clients on complex tax matters Producing well-researched tax opinions You bring to the role Aspirations to work in partnership with your clients Tax experience in the resource industry, including PRRT (desirable) Demonstrated strategic and innovative thinking skills 3-7 years of Australian andor other Commonwealth country corporate tax experience Legal andor commerce degree (desirable but not essential) Strong interpersonal and influencing skills and the ability to work as part of a team What we offer you KPMG is one of the worlds leading professional services networks. It comprises over 162,000 people in member firms in more than 155 countries. We bring our clients the best minds and the deepest industry experiences from across the KPMG network of firms. We provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. In Australia, and globally, KPMG is recognized as an employer of choice, including receiving the Employer of Choice for Gender Equality from WGEA, and a Top 10 Gold Tier Employer in the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our peoples wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

    location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


  • Senior Manager - Global Mobility Services

    Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Great opportunity to use technology and innovation to provide value to clients KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. KPMGs Tax division are looking for a highly talented Senior Manager to join the Global Mobility Services team. Your new role The purpose of your new role will be to deliver and to support our key service offerings in our Global Mobility Services team. Our Global Mobility Services team helps clients manage the tax compliance for their internationally mobile workforce. Your role will involve Leveraging data delivery tools and technology to provide value and deliver tax returns in an accurate and timely manner Innovate and support continuous improvement initiatives in compliance and processing based activities Provide thought leadership, counselling and training to junior staff to enhance technical and work management skills Project management of large engagements including reporting and presenting achievement of key performance indicators Project management of income tax compliance services including process development, stakeholder engagement, training and technical service delivery Ensure tax compliance deliverables are technically accurate and prepared to a high standard on a timely basis, finalised and submitted within agreed timeframes Work with other groups to ensure the smooth execution of all compliance activities You bring to the role Tertiary qualification Experience with income taxation impacting expatriates will be highly valued Have gained experience within a Professional Services firm or large corporate organisation Strong interpersonal, collaborative and influencing skills and the ability to motivate and develop high performing teams A leadership approach and previous experience mentoring junior staff An honest and ethical approach to business which will provide a natural fit with KPMGs values What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our peoples wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of KPMG and its ongoing success. So if you want a career where you can use your deep expertise to deliver real results, talk to us first. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Civica has a global Glassdoor rating of 4.2. Check us out About Us Civica builds software and provides IT and digital transformation services to support some of the most important organisations in our communities like schools, libraries, local councils and state agencies. Our products are market leaders, some of them are globally renowned we are proud to work within sectors that make a real difference Our Managed Services division seeks to support our customers with operational performance and continued delivery of their services. Want to join us and help continue our mission? About The Role Exceptional opportunity for an experienced Payroll Officer to join the Melbourne team at Civica. Your primary focus will be supporting over 350 staff with fortnightly monthly payroll to ensure accurate pay runs. You will also provide general support, answering queries related to awards and our EBA to ensure employees understand their pays. Experience working with ADP will be highly advantageous as well as a focus on improvements efficiencies across the payroll function. Flexible working options available either full time or part time options. Responsibilities Running fortnightly monthly pays Using ADP system ensuring accurate data Providing support to our employees finding quick solutions for any payroll issues Driving improvements and reviewing current processes Working with the wider payroll team About You We are looking for a highly capable and astute candidate, with payroll experience attention to detail. You will also have Exposure to ADP Experience with awards EBAs answering queries relating to these Demonstrable experience in running payroll end to end Microsoft Office with good Excel skills Excellent communication skills with a customer focus Process improvement mindset Your Benefits At Civica we believe our people are our biggest asset and we pride ourselves on cultivating a supportive and modern working environment whilst providing you with the tools you need to get the job done. We will offer what you would expect in today™s modern work environments Join a growing and successful business Genuine career development Flexible working conditions What Next? Do we sound like a good match? If so then we would love to hear from you Please include a cover letter outlining how your experience, aspirations and values are a match, along with your resume and we will take it from there. Civica is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Manager - Finance

    Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) provides quality water and wastewater services to 54 towns in North Central Victoria. Our core purpose is to deliver safe, reliable and affordable water services to residential, commercial and industrial customers. Classification SEO3 122,653 - 136,685 Career development opportunities Worklife balance This is a great opportunity for an experienced finance professional to take a lead role in ensuring GVW has robust financial systems to support strong decision making in the organisation. An exciting management role, your initial focus will be to implement a new finance system before transitioning to the financial management role proper. Exceptional leadership skills will allow you to lead a small finance team, in a collaborative environment whilst establishing your credibility and engagement with a range of stakeholders across the organisation Tertiary qualifications in accounting andor finance are complemented with your strong accounting acumen, highly developed communication and IT skills and a dedication to continuous improvement practices and procedures For further information on this position, please contact Sarah Thomson - General Manager Finance Accounts - 0416 296 458 Applications close 5pm, Friday 4 January 2019 Applicants must address each Key Selection Criteria in the position description to be considered for an interview Visit our website for information on how to apply and to view the position description. Goulburn Valley Water is an equal opportunity employer valuing all people, diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives

    location Victoria 3630, Australia


  • Payroll Officer - Aged/Healthcare

    The organisation Not for Profit provider of Aged Care services with multiple sites across Victoria and employing over 2000 people. The role Reporting to the Payroll Manager and working with a close-knit team, you will be responsible for managing end to end payroll function. The purpose of the role is to process and pay staff who provide 247 services and ensure adherence to all relevant awards, agreements and statutes. In addition, you will ensure that mployees receive prompt and courteous resolution to pay problems queries. Key responsibilities Full function end to end payroll including long service leave payments, terminations, long superannuation Time and attendance processing Answering payroll queries via phone and email Reconciliation and payment of payroll and group tax Report on payroll expenses Ensure wages and tax with holdings comply with regulations Enter new employees™ data (e.g. bank accounts and tax identification numbers) into internal databases Key Selection criteria Minimum 2 years Payroll experience in an Aged Care or Healthcare setting Previous experience with high volume payroll processing Strong understanding of and ability to interpret healthcare awards. Strong Excel and numeracy skills Highly developed written and oral communication skills with excellent attention to detail Excellent time management and organisational skills with an ability to meet tight deadlines Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and work autonomously with limited guidance Availability for 12 month contract This is a full time role for a period of 12 month (possibly longer), with an organisation that provides excellent working conditions. To apply forward CV and covering letter addressing KSC to danieladsconnexions.com.au or for information call Daniela on 0425616291 Please note only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

    location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Accountant Management & Projects

    Porgera Service Company (PSC) is a company based in Cairns that provides support to Barrick Niugini Limited (BNL) which is incorporated in Papua New Guinea, and operates the Porgera Gold Mine in Enga Province on behalf of the Porgera Joint Venture partners. BNL is an independently managed company and is jointly owned through an equal partnership between Barrick Gold Corporation and Zijin Mining Group. The Porgera Gold Mine employs over 2,500 Papua New Guineans, and over the life of the mine it has contributed approximately 10 of Papua New Guinea™s total annual exports. Position Objective The Management and Project Accountant role is responsible for co-ordination of the management accounting functions. .The person will upload the budget, forecast and monthly results into Hyperion and complete the accompanying report commentary. They will also assist the Cairns Finance manager and site finance team in the budgetingforecasting processes. In addition, to the above, the person will also be responsible for budgetforecast Sox related controls and also assist with the month end process and adhoc reporting as required. Duties and Responsibilities Hyperion administration role (key contact) between Barrick Toronto and Porgera Hyperion users. Input and reconciliation of Hyperion data (financial and non-financial) during the budgeting and forecasting processes Support the Porgera budget and forecast process. Preparation of supporting commentary to the month end, budget and forecast reports. Support site business improvement process through preparation of required supporting informationreports from Hyperion. Review of month-end control account reconciliations. Responsibility for Budget and forecast related SOX controls. Other reporting and as required To be suitable for this role, you will possess the following Minimum of five years™ experience in a similar role Tertiary qualifications in Accounting Good computer skills with the ability to use integrated management systems, word processing, and spreadsheet applications Ability to train and pass on knowledge Ability to work unsupervised Good negotiation and influencing skills with the ability to communicate and establish rapport with staff at all levels and from diverse backgrounds Good analytical and problem solving skills Strong investigative and research skills A flexible and accommodating work approach, including a willingness to work weekends as required How to Apply You must hold Australian Permanent Residency to reside and work in Australia to be considered for this role. This role is based in Cairns, Australia working Monday to Friday with site travel to the Porgera Mine Site in Papua New Guinea as required. The Company will provide assistance as per PSC relocation policy for those that are successful residing outside of Cairns. This position offers a competitive salary package in line with qualifications and experience. All submissions must be via the Barrick Website at www.barrick.comcareers reference number 085715. Applications close on 3rd January 2019. Please note as part of the Barrick Recruitment Process, all applicants must be willing to undertake pre-employment medical screening and obtain a National Police Clearance. Applicants who have not been responded to within thirty (30) days should consider their application unsuccessful. Barrick is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages cultural diversity, gender equality and non-discrimination.

    location Barron Gorge QLD 4870, Australia


  • Payroll Advisor

    Payroll Advisor - Sydney Metro TSE Works John Holland, with joint venture partners CPB Contractors and Ghella (JHCPBG JV), have been awarded the contract to deliver the 2.81 billion second stage of Sydney Metro, City and Southwest, Australia™s largest public transport project. With a new crossing under Sydney Harbour, the 15.5 km TBM tunnels will run from Chatswood, through the CBD and then to Marrickville. The project includes building complex underground structures for six new stations in Crows Nest, North Sydney, Barangaroo, Martin Place, Pitt St and Waterloo. Key responsibilities of the role include Accurate processing of weekly workforce payroll using Chris 21 Processing of new starters, transfers and terminations Processing workers compensation and income protection payments to employees Running of various reports for business units Answering payroll queries from employees, management and external agencies Ensure all payroll information and documentation received is accurate and complete Maintain strict confidentiality of employee information To be considered for this role, you must have 1-3 years™ experience in a similar role Experience using Chris21 and Kronos Ability to be flexible in a fast pace work environment High level of attention to detail Strong interpersonal skills Experience working in the construction industry will be highly regarded JHCPBG is an Equal Opportunity, Quality Assured employer. We are committed to building, valuing and promoting diversity and inclusiveness across the TSE Works. Women, minority groups, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply. JHCPBG understands that our greatest resource is our people and promote a culture where ˜Exceptional is Standard™. We pride ourselves on being a market leader in targeting training, career development and remuneration. The Building Code 2016 and NSW Code and Guidelines apply to this project. Further information is available at httpswww.legislation.gov.auDetailsF2017C00668 httpwww.industrialrelations.nsw.gov.aubizresoirwwwpdfsNSWIRGuidelinesBuildingandConstructionProcurement.pdf Please follow the link to submit your application outlining your relevant experience with regards to the position you are applying for. Note these roles are being sourced by JHCPBG directly and we will not accept unsolicited applications via external recruitment agencies. .

    location Chatswood, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia


  • Invoicing Administrator

    MSS Security is seeking a dynamic and confident full time administrator to join our team based in Silverwater. This role provides the highest level of efficient and effective payroll and invoicing administration to the Aviation Business. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in payroll, invoicing, accounts payable and will be proficient in Microsoft Office and other administration systems. This varied role requires an independent and highly motivated multitasker who is able to pick up new concepts quickly as well as work well in a team environment. As Payroll and Invoicing Coordinator, you will be responsible for Prepare payroll for all aviation sites on a weekly basis Client invoicing Accounts payable Subcontractor payments and administration General administration and receptionist duties The successful candidate will have Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills with both internal and external customers The initiative to manage multiple goals and conflicting priorities High level excel skills The ability to adapt to in-house systems and databases Reliability, a strong work ethic and good time management skills The ability to work well under pressure Resourcefulness and the ability to multitask The ability to work effectively in a team and autonomously Integrity and sound judgement.

    location Sydney NSW 2128, Australia


  • Accounts Officer

    As a member of the Sarah Group Accounts team, you will be responsible for the provision of accurate and timely records of all monetary incomings and outgoings,...

    location Adelaide SA 5063, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Alongside a fun and collaborative environment, with a competitive salary, you can enjoy our amazing benefits package, including a discretionary company bonus,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Reconciliation and payment of all Payroll taxes to relevant states. Filing of Payroll Reports to ensure compliance with statutory legislation....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Finance assistant

    An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2...

    location Frankston South VIC 3199, Australia


  • Billing Analyst

    We have a benefits program with something for everyone. So if you™re excited about this opportunity, please click ˜Apply now™....

    location Melbourne VIC 3039, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Jane bell house Full Time Payroll Officer Full time ongoing, position available 80 hours per fortnight, including ADO The Royal Melbourne is one of Victoria™s largest hospitals providing a comprehensive range of health services including acute, sub-acute, general, and specialist medical services throughout inpatient and community based facilities. We are also a proud part of the world renowned Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, working in collaboration to advance research for continuous improvement of clinical care. We are looking for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our Payroll team. This is a Full Time position, working 80 hours per fortnight, based at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, City Campus. Your Opportunity Responsible for providing accurate, timely and efficient payroll services for existing financial shared services customers and outsourced customers. Ensure the operational aspects of payroll processing and associated activities are accurate and delivered within appropriate time frames and comply with relevant legislation. Actively participate in the daily workload in the Shared Services Group Payroll. Process timesheets in accordance with awards, enterprise bargain agreements (EBAs) and payroll procedures. Process RosterOn in accordance with awards, enterprise bargain agreements (EBAs) and payroll procedures. Undertake timesheet and data verification checks, including manual checking, and exception or error checking as required. Process overpayments and follow-up investigation as required. Process terminations and issue certificates of service. Process all leave adjustments including annual leave prepayments. Prepare retrospective pay adjustments including pay increase adjustments. Process salary variations and adjustments. Second tier support and management of escalated payroll queries. Attend to payroll enquiries either by telephone, email, or face to face in a courteous and timely manner. Resolve difficult enquiries and assist in identifying payroll errors and implementing corrective action where required to ensure employee payments are processed accurately and database integrity is maintained. About You Previous end-to-end payroll operations experience. Sound numeracy skills, attention to detail and accuracy. Have worked within a large team environment with shared services responsibilities. Intermediate computer skills. Proven ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner. Customer service experience. Benefits A Values based organisation offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement, including training and research opportunities, and access to mentorship and leadership programs. Comprehensive Health Wellbeing Programs including On-site staff gym, Staff Medical Service, Employee Assistance Program, Peer Support Program - run by our dedicated employees. Salary packaging options, monthly ADOs (That™s an additional day off every month), onsite car parking, close to public transport. Interested? Find out more about The Royal Melbourne Hospital httpswww.thermh.org.au If you have any questions or require more information, connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you. Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement. We build teams that embrace our values “ caring, excellence, integrity, respect, and unity. Join us to be the first in Care, Research and Learning. Enquiries Mariella Papotto Ph 93429920 Applications Close 16122018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Parkville VIC 3052, Australia


  • Supply Finance Analyst, Health - Contract

    RB is different ˜good enough™ isn™t good enough here. RB is the worlds leading consumer health and hygiene company, We work with the best people to challenge conventional thinking and keep giving people innovative solutions for healthier lives and happier homes, through our brands like Nurofen, Strepsils, Dettol, Scholl Veet. In recent years, RB has achieved a lot of success within our industry. With the changing economic environment there is a huge change in consumer expectations, so we must change the way we engage our customers and take advantage of this digital age. As a result of this, we have created 2 focused and fully accountable business units “ Health and Hygiene Home. We have the same proud heritage, but now we™re able to better cater for our very diverse consumer needs. With a bright and exciting future ahead of us, we are searching for a Supply Finance Analyst to join our high performing Health Finance Team on a contract until June 2019. The Supply Finance Analyst reports to the Supply Finance Manager, Health and is based in our brand new, state of the art offices in Sydneys CBD at World Square. This role will act as a partner to the Commercial and Supply businesses by providing proactive, high quality business decision support. This includes the provision, interpretation, and analysis, of timely, accurate and concise financial and business information in order to influence decisions and provide input into business cases. Australian New Zealand Warehouse Management Month end journals Report, monthly, results to Logistics Manager (and relevant stakeholders) Analyse warehousing cost versus budget andor forecast. Ad-hoc analysis for cost reduction opportunities Australia and New Zealand Inventory management Reconciliation of inventory at month end. Report, monthly, inventory results to Supply Chain (and relevant stakeholders). Reporting of inventory write off and adjustments Analyse inventory levels versus budget andor forecast and impact on working capital Assist in Planning Cycle (Annual Budget and Forecasts) Key focus areas being in warehouse and inventory management Cost analysis inclusive of NPDEPD cost analysis Participate in NPDEPD projects in terms of establishing accurate COGS in a timely and accurate manner and per company guidelines Provide assistance in gross margin enhancementsCOGS reduction projects. Assist in post launch review with focus on COGS. Ad-hoc analysis for example sourcing opportunities, product harmonisation Ensure accuracy of JDE Data Entry and Batch Clearing Ensure that processes and controls within the Supply Chain Finance team are followed andor improved. Adhere to the company policy of no surprises through rigorous analysis and reconciliation. Is this You? Professional accounting qualifications (or working toward same) 1-2 Years in a commercial or supply chain support role. Experience in a multi countrycurrency planning and reporting environment In Return RB offers very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly Global organisation. Apply Now for a chance to really change the game

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Internal Auditor

    About the role We are looking for an experienced auditor to assist the senior internal audit management team of an ASX listed company. Your responsibilities as a senior internal auditor include but are not limited to Deliver independent, objective assurance and advisory services designed to add value and improve the organization™s operations Assist the organization in achieving its objectives by offering a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and test the effectiveness of internal controls, risk management and governance processes What you get in return Generous salary package Supportive and energetic team environment Employee assistance program and product discounts What you will have 3-5+ years™ experience in Internal audit CPACACIA Qualifications Full-time working rights in Australia Strong commitment to quality service Ability to learn new business processes and systems About my client Top 20 insurance and reinsurance companies ASX Listed Prides themselves around their work-life balance

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Commercial Finance Analyst - Infrastructure

    Company This multinational infrastructure company is currently looking for a Commercial Analyst to join their growing finance team. You would be joining an agile team, in a fast-paced environment while providing deep-dives, insights and analysis into the business, mainly around pricing. This company is looking to attract people who can add value through their astute commercial and business acumen. The Role Main responsibilities in the role will include the following Coordinate with the various business units to identify performance and deliver analysis and insights Collaborate with Sales and Marketing teams on promotional effectiveness and provide ideas to improve overall performance Support relevant analysis for Customer and market data to understand product growth Drive the Forecasting and Planning for all accounts Support Ad-hoc project work as allocated from leadership team Profile To be successful in this role you will need to showcase skills and abilities in line with below CACPA qualified or part qualified Advanced Excel and financial modelling skills Previous Commercial Analyst experience Highly developed analytical, problem-solving and critical thinking Strong team player with sound communication and presentation skills Experience interacting with senior internal and external stakeholders How to apply If you think you would be perfect for this role or would like to discuss your next career move, please contact Karthik Thirumurugan at karthikallurapartners.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Financial Accountant

    Your New Role We are looking for a self-motivated and enthusiastic Senior Financial Accountant to support our busy Finance department. This full time permanent role will work alongside our professional finance team to deliver outstanding financial support to the wider business. The successful candidate will be responsible for Posting journals and responsible for balance sheet reconciliations. Processing journal postings and managing month end close processes including performing reconciliations. Preparation of monthly financial and management reports and analytics. Assist in the preparation of statutory financial statements and completion of external audit functions and liaising with the external auditors. Responsible for researching and writing technical accounting papers, detailing the impact to the company and the changes required. Assisting with Budget preparation and forecasting. Assist with implementing, maintaining and improving internal financial controls. Oversee the accounts receivableaccounts payable functions (checking coding). Responsible for the Groups tax reporting including - GSTBAS compliance and monthly reporting, FBT compliance reporting, RD claim and Annual FBT calculation, Group and Subsidiary tax returns and Group Tax effect with the help from our tax advisors PWC. Assist with excel modelling including working with large data sets Assist with financial analysis Assist with due diligencevaluations Coordinating with various departments to assist with various business cases Assist the team with various duties and projects. Who Are You To be successful in this role you will possess Demonstrated experience in financial accounting, preparation of budgets and financial reporting. Excellent people and communication skills. High level of numerical and financial literacy. Ability to meet deadlines with strong attention to detail. Ability to manage multiple priorities to meet objectives. Strong report writing skills. Team player with an enthusiastic attitude and a willingness to learn. Advanced ability in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Strong technical IFRS accounting knowledge. Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work successfully within a team and autonomously. Bachelor Degree in Accountancy or an equivalent Business-related degree. CACPA Qualified. Ideally Big 4 Background (5+ years™ experience). Benefits to boast about At AFG we believe in giving back to our employees. In addition to your competitive salary you will have the potential to receive more with award programs, networking opportunities, industry leading technology and a national support team to be proud of. You will enjoy a friendly social working environment that supports your needs through flexible working arrangements, career development, training opportunities and education assistance. About AFG With a 23-year solid track record of growth, and recently listed on the ASX, Australian Finance Group (ASX AFG) is one of Australias largest mortgage broking groups and one of the countrys leading financial solutions companies, consistently winning industry awards for innovative business solutions. With around 2,900 finance brokers around Australia, we are one of the largest mortgage provider companies. Brokers with AFG have the ability to offer their customers a choice of over 3,800+ finance products from a range of Australia™s lenders. Each month our brokers will help around 10,000Australians get the right loan for their home. Doing this for as long and for as well as we have has allowed us to watch our loan book size grown to around 140 billion dollars. AFG is committed to our culture. We provide an inclusive workplace where all are welcomed and recognised for their unique ability, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, orientation or other identity attribute. For more information visit our website at www.afgonline.com.au because we have so much to say we cant fit it all here If you are looking to take the next step in your career and develop your skills in a professional, friendly work environment please apply by forwarding your covering letter and CV via the link below.

    location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


  • Financial Accountant

    Burra Foods a highly successful and growing dairy company is seeking an experienced Financial Accountant who has good industry exposure to join our team. Of course, we would really love it if that exposure included dairy or food manufacturing Located in our South Melbourne office and reporting to the Financial Controller this is a career defining opportunity for an inspired and innovative individual to join our team. When you join the Burra Family you will find an organisation that is made up of friendly people who are committed to always doing the best they can. Burra has a genuine worklife balance philosophy and is always working hard at enhancing our employee value proposition. A key Burra value is Persistent œIdeas can come easily, but only excellent execution will convert them to effective change. Therefore, the ideal person for us is someone who is driven to utilise their knowledge and skills to continually deliver the highest level of results. But, we want you to do this in an environment where we œKeep It Fun and celebrate our successes big or small. To be successful in this role you will Have proven high level attention to detail with ability to process large volumes of data Possess analytical ability to interpret data, problem solve present in a logical, clear manner for all customers Have a demonstrated ability to drive process change Be CACPA qualified and have qualifications in Accounting or business related discipline Be able to demonstrate strong system skills particularly Microsoft Office suite (advanced Excel) and proven experience with large ERP systems and Your responsibilities include Preparation of 3-month rolling weekly cashflow forecast Preparation of weekly FX exposure report. Preparation of accrual and general journals as directed by Financial Controller to completed monthly Financial statements. Prepare monthly balance sheet reconciliation and associated workpapers. Assist management in preparing stakeholder reports, graphs and analysis including relevant sections of the Executive Report and Board Report Maintain integrity of the financial system and act to strengthen internal controls and governance Prepare weekly sales reporting and analysis for the Commercial and Executive teams Provide support to facilitate the preparation and lodgment of the company™s annual tax return including collation of information for the companies RD tax claim. Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual bank compliance requirements. If you think you are the right fit for this role and are looking for a new opportunity apply now. We do not accept unsolicited resumes from employment agencies. No (search) fee will be paid in the event we hire a candidate whose resume is submitted by an employment agency to any of our employees without a valid written recruitment agreement. Such resumes shall be deemed the sole property of Burra Foods.

    location Moorabbin Airport Corporation, 66 Bundora Parade, Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194


  • Assistant Accountant

    About Us Coventry Group Ltd is an ASX listed distributor of industrial fasteners, fluid systems and cabinet hardware which operates throughout Australia and New Zealand. CGL has 3 distinct businesses that trade asTrade Distribution Australia Trade Distribution New Zealand Cooper Fluid Systems CGL employs 550 people with a network of 70 branches and distribution centres. The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for a highly organised individual with excellent attention to detail who is looking for a career in Accounting. This is a full time permanent role based in our Thomastown Head Office. Your days will be very busy and will include some of the following responsibilities Processing journals Reconciliation of AU and NZ Balance Sheet accounts Processing of bank transactions and reconciliations Running of month-end management reports Prepare BAS and other statutory returns Provide CAPEX numbers and maintain register Analyse and provide commentary on management report variances Assist with the preparation of FBT returns Assist in the preparation of half and full year statutory reports Assist with the preparation and information gathering for budgeting and forecasting purposes About You We are looking for an enthusiastic person who can manage multiple tasks and changing priorities whilst meeting strict deadlines. Your Excel skills will be the key to your success, along with your communication skills and ability to liaise with stakeholders at all levels. The ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributesAdvanced Excel skills and knowledge A core understanding of finance systems and processes Sound analytical skills Ability to connect the commercial and finance aspects Excellent attention to detail Impeccable time management Aligned with company values Qualified tertiary studies in AccountingBusiness, CACPA preferred but not essential Oracle or other ERP system highly regarded Why Work For Us We can offer free Onsite Parking, Study Assistance, Wellness Program, Product Discounts We are a solutions based business with a big focus on our people We are a successful organisation with offices in Australia New Zealand and are committed to the safety, education and ongoing professional development of our employees Coventry Group Limited is committed to safe work practices and a safe working environment. Considering the duties associated with this role, potential employees will be required to undergo a variety of pre-employment checks. Coventry Group Limited is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Privacy Statement Coventry Group Ltd is committed to protecting the privacy, confidentiality and security of personal information provided by yourself to the Group. As such all information provided will be stored and maintained according to the legislative provisions of the Privacy Act and any other relevant legislation. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location Preston St, Fawkner VIC 3060, Australia


  • Management Accountant - Digital Marketing Agency (New Role) $90K - $110K

    A leading Digital Marketing Agency is seeking a Management Accountant to join their finance team Duties will include, but not be limited to Budgeting and forecasting, variance analysis and provision of commentaries for Senior Management. Providing decision support to your Account Service leads. Monthly Financial Reporting and overseeing the PL and balancesheet. Overseeing the transactional and cashflow process. The successful candidate should be a a qualified accountant (CA, CPA or CIMA) with more than 2 years commercial accounting experience within the Marketing Services and or Media Sector. You should be technically strong and have strong communication skills. If you meet the above requirements, are a strong cultural fit to the media sector and would like to hear more about this great opportunity the please APPLY NOW

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Assistant Financial Accountant

    About SUEZ SUEZ is a global industrial services and solutions company specialising in sustainable resources management. We support towns and industries in the circular economy to maintain, optimise and secure the resources essential for our future. We have 80,000 employees working across five continents. In Australia, we have more than 2,600 employees in the water, waste and oil and gas sectors. We pride ourselves on customer centricity, innovation and cultural awareness. About the role Our Financial Accounting Team based at our Corporate Headquarters in Rhodes is looking to appoint an Assistant Financial Accountant. In this role you will play a key role in maintaining the accounting and tax asset register and LEASE tool together with managing a separate SUEZ partnership legal entity and assisting in the overall finance function. The position will see you manage a wide range of internal and external customer groups and will report directly to the Senior Financial Accountant. More specifically, you will complete month end processing and reporting in an accurate and timely manner, prepare and understand monthly balance sheet reconciliations, variance analysis and provide commentaries in line with our monthly timetable. The Assistant Financial Accountant will assist in budgets and re-forecasts, external audits and the preparation of statutory financial statements for various SUEZ entities and partake in various ad hoc finance administration duties including reviewing supplier invoices, raising purchase orders and intercompany invoicing. About you As a positive and enthusiastic ˜go-getter™ you have a can-do attitude and willingness to learn and think creatively. With exceptional time management, organisational and analytical skills, you work well both independently and as part of a team. It is expected the successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in accounting and be proficient in both Excel and SAP. Some experience gained as an Assistant Account is preferred. If you are a suitably skilled individual who has the ability and drive to succeed in a busy and rewarding working environment, please click on the Apply Now button below. SUEZ is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islander people. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.

    location Liberty Grove NSW 2138, Australia


  • Finance Accountant General Ledger (9 month Contract)

    Travelport are the only true travel commerce platform in the world. We are specialist solution providers and are committed to building leading technology that makes the experience of buying and managing travel continually better for the global travel and tourism industry. Come and be part of our mission to make sure that every trip is powered by Travelport¦ Are you looking to develop yourself further in finance? If so, then we could be the place for you. As a Finance Accountant General Ledger at Travelport, you can thrive in the exciting world of Travel Tech. This role will involve Prepare files required to facilitate the year end audit process including the preparation of supporting schedules for financial statement note disclosures. Review financial statements and communicate changes to the external financial statement preparation team. Respond to questions from auditors, tax advisers, the UK Controllership team and UK tax team, relating to audit and tax matters. Prepare direct (i.e. income tax) and indirect (i.e. VATGST, WHT, Business tax, Sales tax, FBT) taxes for various APAC entities for the Controls and Compliance Manager to review and file in accordance with local deadlines. Keep up-to-date with legislation relating to direct and indirect taxes. Inform the Controls and Compliance Manager of relevant changes and advise on their impact. Carry out month end close activities including the preparation of journal entries and adjustments for the Travelport GDS Asia Pacific entities. Carry out Balance Sheet reconciliations on a monthly basis for the Travelport GDS Asia Pacific entities. Assist the Finance Manager in the review of month-end tasks, balance sheet reconciliations and compliance tasks as required. Come and join us¦ To ensure we achieve our goal, you will join us in embracing our core values Be a player, not a spectator You will take ownership and make things happen. Think we, not me We are One Travelport, collaborating to succeed. Keep it simple We™re straightforward and easy to do business with. Build for tomorrow You will challenge the norm, aim high and lead change. You™ll be an innovator, passionate, accountable and solutions focused, not to mention adaptable, hungry for a challenge and an individual who thrives on partnering. All of these combined with the below capabilities are what will make us such a bold and compelling organization. You CPA qualified preferred, Audit Tax background required Capable of preparing direct (i.e. income tax) and indirect (i.e. VATGST, WHT, Business tax, Sales tax, FBT) taxes for various APAC entities for the Controls and Compliance Manager to review and file in accordance with local deadlines Proven track record of achievement against company targets and personal objectives Strong communication skills both written and verbal Collaborative, adaptive to change, independent, self-starter, Strong desire to learn and be proactive in liaising with senior leadership, tax advisor (UK Controllership team, compliance team) to provide value-add support If this sounds like you, we™d love for you to get in touch. What™s in it for you? You will receive a competitive salary benefits package accompanied with the opportunity to work in a fast-paced, dynamic and progressive organisation that cares about its people and promotes innovation. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of Finance - Facilities Management

    This leading Facilities and Project Management company has an impressive portfolio of clients and manages some of Australias major sites. It is a fantastic opportunity to join an established team and will provide the successful applicant with excellent scope to the role, longevity, and a clearly defined career path. Reporting to the Group Financial Controller and partnering with multiple non-finance stakeholders across this business, this role will be key in driving revenue within a key Facilities Maintenance contract. You will be a key finance business partner for the contract and manage both internal and external customers. Managing and mentoring a team you will own the financial performance of the contract. You will oversee business modeling, the development of CAPEX and OPEX business cases, KPI reporting packs and cost reduction initiatives. You will provide important planning and analysis insights, take ownership of budgets and forecasts, and drive successful commercial outcomes across the business unit. The successful candidate will hold professional qualifications (CPACACIMA), display strong commercial acumen, be able to display initiative and challenge the status quo. This is a true financial business partnering opportunity so amazing communication and engagement skills are essential. The client has specified that demonstrated experience in Property or Facilities Management is desirable. However, candidates from Construction, Oil Gas and Contract Management related industry experience will be considered. Please apply below for further information

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Principal Financial Analyst

    Our purpose is to provide innovative and low cost solutions across the mining infrastructure supply chain, by operating with integrity and respect, working in partnership with our clients, our customers, our people and the community. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our vision to be recognised as one of the great Australian companies and a leading provider of innovative and sustainable mining services. What you can expect from MRL Due to our continued growth through 2018 and beyond, we are seeking experienced Principal Financial Analyst to join our Applecross based Finance team. Reporting to the General Manager of Finance, your primary responsibility will be to support and deliver detailed financial planning and commercial analysis outcomes to the Group. This role will require an effective communicator who is both strategic and hands-on and can engage effectively with individuals and teams across a diverse organisation. What we expect from YOU Preparation of Executive Management and Board reports Conduct thorough value-chain analysis including developing multi-business financial planning, budgeting and forecasting models Consolidation and management of the Group™s Budgeting and Forecasting process, including periodic Board and Investor presentations Cash Flow forecasting and reporting Adhoc financial modelling and reporting as required What YOU will bring Post graduate finance-related qualifications Significant exposure to Mining Mining Services industry Experience working within similar sized organisations, the banking industry or mid-tierBig Four accounting firms Strong Excel modelling skills, along with strong media and web-based research skills Experience in dealing with finance and operational teams at all levels, including executive management and Board members What MRL offers YOU One Team - Work in a supportive, diverse team environment, with generous employee benefits on offer including chain store discounts and salary sacrificing options. High Performing “ A workplace that lives and breathes a strong safety culture, with life of mine projects extending 20+ years. Entrepreneurial - Genuine career development opportunities. If you believe that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now for a confidential chat with our Recruitment Team. Shortlisting will commence immediately. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time, unless specifically requested. Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply. This role is eligible for the MRL internal referral program. About MRL As an ASX 200 and perennial high performing company, Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) is an Australian based leader in the performance and delivery of diversified mining services and minerals processing, underpinned by a growing world-class portfolio of mining operations across multiple commodities including iron ore and lithium.

    location Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia


  • Senior Finance Manager/ Controller | Hospitality/Property space

    This exciting opportunity as a senior financial controllermanager oversees all business units across a 8 venue strong hospitality group. The role works collaboratively with Board of Directors to continuously improve operating efficiency and assist in any new business opportunities. The Role Supervise the preparation of monthly and annual financial statements, analyse the variance and present the results to stakeholders take the lead on special projects with the MD of the business including financial forecasting for new sites, arrangign funding and liasing with key stakeholders in the property development space. Supervise the preparation and lodgement of BASIAS, Payroll Tax, and Income Tax Return, etc., and ensure the compliance of all statutory obligations Organise the preparation of annual budget and quarterly forecasting for all business units Monitor weekly and monthly Cashflow, prepare forecast and present update to Management Monitor related party transactions and reporting Set up and implement financial policy for the business and monitor compliance Work closely with the Development Management team and financial institutions to monitor property project profit realisation and cashflow Assist in any new businessinvestment opportunities across the Group, including the preparation of project budget and feasibility, cashflow forecast, company set-up, tax planning, review legal documents and execution of the funding plan, etc. Experience Required Prior experience in the property and hospitality sector, preferably with exposure to large portfolios and syndicate investment structures Ideally you will have knowledge of investment portfolio strategies, banking and financial instruments Great leadership skills and management skills Honestly, integrity and good communciator - verbal and written Ability to manage a significant number of entities Self-motivated, sense of urgency, resourceful and great work ethic Ideally Mandarin speaking (not essential) 5 + years™ experience managing finance in a small to mid-sized business with multiple entities Qualified Accountant CACPA qualification Strong technical skill set including accounting, governance, compliance and financial modelling Strong team leadership and people management capability Ability to communicate effectively and show initiative and enterprise Perks From 120K + super Ideal start mid Jan 2019 - handover with current SFM until March 2019. Oversee a multisite growing hospitality and property management business 250-300 staff including 6 staff in the finance team to lead Excellent career opportunity, contracted 12 months with an option to extend as the business has growth plans in 2019 and beyond Not a straight hospitality SFM role - includes the property development space also Dining Discounts and company perks Amazing location and brand new offices 12 months minimum contract with an option to extend Great company culture, autonomy and strong finance team to manage For an opportunity to discuss this role please apply to this advertisment. Breanna JRM Sydney 02 9231 1858

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Treasury Analyst

    Unique development opportunity Ideally seeking CPAs or CAs who have a keen interest in Treasury Edinburgh Parks, SA, location This newly created and specialist position will suit someone who is motivated to leverage of their existing career in finance to develop as a Treasury specialist. As part of a team and reporting to the Accounting Manager - Treasury Governance, you will be responsible for the coordination and performance of treasury tasks across the entire business. BAE Systems has entered a period of significant growth so this is a real opportunity to build your profile both internally to the business and across our industry partners as you provide expert Treasury advice to a large range of national and international stakeholders. Specifically, you will Seek opportunities for and implement improvements in BAE Systems Australias current Treasury practices Oversee and contribute towards the weekly cash forecasting process Collaborate across multiple project accounting teams to ensure foreign exchange risk management policies are adopted accurately Place, record and report foreign currency hedgesswaps Participate in the monitoring of bank guarantees and parent company guarantees Manage liquidity and accounting for loans and interest Proactively collaborate with internal stakeholders to achieve cash targets Perform monthly general ledger journals in relation to Treasury related balance sheet accounts Interface with the UK based parent entity Treasury team Maintain documented processes for the Treasury function Develop and maintain effective positive relationships with External Auditors As thean ideal applicant you will have Completion of CA or CPA qualifications Solid relevant experience Exceptional interpersonal skills, a strong team orientation and a commitment to continuous improvement Solid level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel Please note that we are seeing finance professionals with an interest in specialising in treasury. This means that experience with treasury andor managing foreign exchange is preferred, but not essential Applications should be addressed to Michelle Dawson, Recruitment Specialist. Please ensure you attach a current resume and copy of your relevant qualification(s) to your application. A cover letter is preferred. At BAE Systems, we have a strong safety, health and environmental culture employee safety and well-being is a top priority. We also maintain a genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion and to training and development, offer competitive benefits and enjoy a family friendly work place with flexible work practices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. To learn about other employment opportunities at BAE Systems, please visit BAE Systems Careers Australia BAE Systems Australia employees are encouraged to refer others for employment in line with the conditions of the Employee Referral Scheme.

    location Stop RAAF Base - North side, Edinburgh SA 5111, Australia


  • Accountant Corporate Finance

    Our company Silver Chef Limited is committed to helping people achieve their dreams. We are a purpose-led company, one of only a handful of listed B Corps in the world and we genuinely care about helping our people and our customers realise their full potential. We™ve been around for over 30 years, and through hard work, passion and living our purpose every day, we™ve enjoyed strong growth over the past decade. We™re excited about our future “ and we™re really excited about yours The person we are looking for is a highly driven accounting professional, who can provide a high standard of financial accounting services and support to the Commercial and Corporate Finance teams. This role reports to the Group Finance Manager and sit within the Corporate Finance team. The team is responsible for the delivery of monthly management reports, statutory financial accounts, tax and financial obligations. This is a 12 month fixed term contract to join the team until January 2020 Contributions Monthly accounting requirements for lease products and management of book. Month-end requirements for Shared Services, and consolidation of different commercial departmental results including translating for overseas balances. Review of monthly results, variance analysis and general ledger reconciliations and ensure in-line with accounting standards. Assist in forecasting and budgeting for the Group. Complete monthlybi-monthly BAS returns with calculation of tax and FBT instalments, and complete Fringe Benefits Tax return annually. Management of credit card system and report on and manage cash flows, and adhoc payments as required Impact Your timely and accurate reporting of results will allow management greater clarity and understanding on the financial position of the Group. You will review day to day revenue and expenditure to protect the Group from losses or misappropriation. You™ll effectively manage tax requirements to ensure the Group is correctly reporting per requirements Cash flow management and banking requirements ensures we™re adhering to external stakeholders™ obligations Key Qualities AccountingCommerce degree a requirement, and CPACA qualified or working towards completion 3+ years™ experience in an accountingaccounting support role Understanding accounting principles and adhering to standards a requirement Solid interpersonal and written communication skills, sound analytical, problem solving and reconciliation skills Must be proficient in MS Excel, and experience using Technology One beneficial but not a requirement Must be a team player with energy, flexibility and integrity What we offer Fantastic benefits and an award-winning company culture. Competitive package PLUS bonus component. Work with purpose. Silver Chef became an accredited B Corp in 2015, indicating we meet the highest standards of corporate social responsibility. Silver Chef is a proud supporter of Opportunity International Australia, one of the first not-for-profit organisations in the world to recognise the benefits of providing small business loans to people in developing countries. With a culture of collaboration, our core values of Teamwork, Attitude, Wellbeing, Respect, Flexibility, Integrity and Communication underpin every aspect of our business. www.silverchef.com.au

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Bookkeeper (Team Lead)

    About my client My client is a small and expanding bookkeeping business based on the lower north shore.They are a committed team of bookkeeping professionals who provide quality, customised bookkeeping and business support services to a range of clients. They pride themselves on offering an exceptional and personalised service that goes above and beyond. They are passionate about recommending improvements to existing business systems and processes. They differentiate by adding value beyond the provision of narrow operational bookkeeping support. About the role You will supervise and develop a small team of bookkeepers. You will be responsible for a portfolio of business clients ensuring a premium service with a strong focus on business consulting. This role requires someone with a strong eye for detail and the ability to recommend improvements to clients existing business systems to maximise efficiency, reduce business costs and improve profitability and cash flow. Strong time management and accuracy skills are essential, as you will be required to work across different jobs simultaneously. The successful candidate will have the ability to work independently, motivate and develop others and have solid customer care skills. This is a permanent, full-time position, Monday to Friday inclusive. My client is family friendly and flexible. Key responsibilities will include Managing a small office Supervising team members Bookkeeping functions for multiple clients Recording financial transactions using Xero and Intuit QuickBooks Software Arranging payments of client creditors Preparing and sending invoices Processing payroll reviewing wage increases in line with Fair work or Wage line Bank Reconciliations GL reconciliations of Balance Sheet Accounts (Loans Liabilities Intercompany Accounts) Preparation of BAS, IAS, Payroll Tax and superannuation Reviewing client figures for accuracy Debt collection account follow up for clients Updating of client databases Cash flow forecasting management Preparation presentation of management reports Quality control of colleagues work Identify areas for improvement with clients workflow investigate solutions Add-on suggestions and implementation and assist manager with implementation of new workflows Assist in the training and development of internal staff About you Ideally, you will have around 5 years experience in the accounting industry. You will have completed a Certificate 4 in bookkeeping (min) or possess an appropriate accounting qualification. You will have demonstrated experience at supervising others. To be successful in this role, you will also need Minimum 2 years™ experience using Xero and Intuit QuickBooks and high proficiency in Excel Experience with ADD-ON solutions An ability to balance accuracy with timeliness (my clients needs both) Strong time management skills - able to meet deadlines consistently A self- starter with a proven ability to identify and solve problems Strong drive to identify and develop strategies to improve efficiency and add value A drivers licence and reliable transport Strong interpersonal skills. Able to communicate effectively with clients, the business owner and team members To be a team player. A friendly and collaborative approach to work is essential. Sound like you? If so, Apply Now. Do include a brief cover letter explaining your interest in applying for this position. Note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Want to talk before applying? Call Tony Swift from Swift Support on 0475 790 878.

    location Willoughby East NSW 2068, Australia


  • Senior Financial Analyst - Accounting Advisory & Transactions

    Our Lion story is one of hard work, great people and innovative thinking, all driven by a passion to meet our customer™s needs and have them at the heart of every decision we make. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, we have an opportunity for a Senior Financial Analyst - Accounting Advisory Transactions, to work within the Group Financial Reporting Team. This permanent role has been newly created due to the ambitious growth plans of the Lion business. The role will focus on Lion™s core growth divisions and will be a key support in the accounting workstream to assess MA activity, business valuations and transactions. Key responsibilities include Business valuations - owning Lion™s annual carrying value review process (which values each of Lion™s businesses) including reporting on this to the Board Business partnering - working with business partners to provide a broad range of ad hoc financial advisory services using both your commercial acumen and technical accounting skills Projects - Working with project teams to execute strategic MA projects being responsible for the accounting considerations and providing commercial insights and recommendations. Documenting accounting guidance papers - working with the group accounting team in writing key accounting guidance papers in relation to new accounting standards and significant transactions and Driving improvements to financial policy governance. As a CACPA qualified professional with at least 5 years experience in a Big 4 firm or large Corporate, you will use your strong technical knowledge, commercial thinking and experience in working on MA transactions to support our growth initiatives here at Lion. You will use your strong communication and problem-solving skills to business partner and deliver successful outcomes in a fast-paced and changing business environment. At Lion we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. One of the ways we do this is through LIONFlex which is our flexible working framework enabling agile and innovative teams that help deliver our business goals. Talk to us to understand how LIONFlex could work for you. Start a conversation today and apply now.

    location Wentworth Point NSW, Australia


  • Financial Controller

    This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing business going through transition. Support the Senior Leadership team and Heads of Business in identifying and driving performance improvement initiatives in the Financial Control team. You will be a qualified CA or CPA with 5 years+ pqe experience working in a commercial environment and ideally having spent time within an SME. You will be an experienced Financial Controller able to hit the ground running and be responsible for the financial and management reporting for the group. This role will have 4 direct reports and a total team of 8 as well as many key stakeholder relationships therefore strong leadership, team focus and natural business partnering skills are paramount. As this business grows improved systems and processes must be implemented therefore you must have a genuine passion to identify and drive performance improvement initiatives. This is an excellent role for a personable, collaborative and driven Financial Controller keen to develop their career in a growing, innovative business.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Internal Audit Senior

    About our client Our client is one of Australia™s leading professional service firms with 30 offices throughout Australia. They offer personalised services with in-depth expertise and resources in the accountancy, business consulting and risk management areas. The opportunity The Melbourne Risk Advisory division is currently seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Internal Audit Senior to join their friendly and supportive team. This position would suit a motivated individual with proven experience in internal audit. Key responsibilities of the role include Conducting various internal audit engagements, including assisting with planning, execution and scheduling staff Assist in the planning of client deliverables (i.e. strategic internal audit plan, scope documents) Responsible for the execution of fieldwork and documentation of work papers and findings Identification of findings and issues, and assisting in the drafting of client reports Assist in business development activities of the firm Address technical issues and assist in preparing technical position papers Travel to metro, regional and interstate clients as required and Assisting with management and co-ordination of the internal audit team including training, mentoring and methodology compliance. The successful applicant To be considered for this role you must be able to demonstrate the following Qualified as a Chartered Accountant or near completion Business Commerce degree 2-3 years professional practice experience Health sector experience desirable Outstanding communication (verbal and written) skills Strong attention to detail Advanced computer skills using Microsoft Products Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Working knowledge and application of Australian Audit and Assurance Standards and other applicable legislation Well-developed organisational and time management skills Ability to build rapport with a variety of clients and colleagues Flexibility to operate across a wide variety of clients and industries, and to quickly grasp new concepts Commitment to delivering exceptional client service and Demonstrate problem solving and decision making skills. Whats on Offer In this role you will be working within a National Firm and be mentored by experienced Internal Audit practitioners. You will have direct access to and work closely with the Partners and a wide variety of clients and assignments. If youre ready for your next career challenge then apply today for this great opportunity.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Consultant/Senior Consuitant - CFO Advisory

    KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. Our CFO Advisory practice combines deep industry knowledge with technical excellence to help CFOs and finance teams meet the challenges of todays complex and evolving business environment. Leveraging our firm wide expertise, we offer services including transaction structuring and support, finance function integration, quality close and reporting, finance process improvements and accounting standards interpretation and implementation advice. Your new role With continued growth across CFO Advisory nationally, we are seeking expressions of interest from experienced Consultants and Senior Consultants to join CFO Advisory team in Melbourne. You will have the opportunity to Partner with a diverse client portfolio including many of Australia™s leading organisations Build both the breadth and depth of your expertise by working across our service lines Provide valuable advice and solutions that create real change with for clients Become a trusted adviser to the finance community by developing strong relationships Play a key role in the delivery of engagement fieldwork including presenting your findings to senior leaders Provide leadership and coaching to any less experienced team members and support their career growth within the firm You bring to the role Relevant tertiary qualifications including CA, with a strong background in Accounting, Audit or Assurance Complex problem solving skills with an analytical, proactive and strategic mindset Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to convey your ideas with impact Project management experience with a track record in delivering against tight deadlines A positive, collaborative and team focused attitude with a passion for learning and development What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our peoples wellbeing and drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues and we use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. Next steps are to apply online and submit your resume and cover letter. For further information regarding this role or to discuss careers with CFO Advisory, please contact Amanda Atherton, aatherton2kpmg.com.au.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Commercial Accountant

    COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTANT About us At Unitywater, we operate in a diverse and inclusive environment where no two days are the same. We provide essential water supply and reliable utilities services to the Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa regions that account for 16 of Queensland™s population. Our customers at the heart of everything we do and we are proud to service our communities with smart and environmentally sustainable practices. About the role We have a 12-month full time opportunity for a Commercial Accountant. This role offers a good mix of financial accounting and financial management responsibilities. Supporting our business partners, you will have a focus on driving business financial performance and improvement through a collaborative team and partnering approach. You will develop business cases including options analysis, risk identification and economic analysis. Additionally, you will be responsible for delivering timely and accurate reporting to the business and contribute with upcoming project with our financial system upgrades. About you To contribute to Unitywater™s values of Reliability, Safety, Honesty Integrity, Efficiency, One Team, Innovation, you will demonstrate the following skills and qualities for the role Hold relevant tertiary qualifications and ideally be CPACA qualified. Experienced in financial analysis and reporting, business planning, developing costing and monitoring budgets, forecasting and accounting processes. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills with the ability to engage with partners across the organisation. Working at Unitywater Unitywater is one of the largest employers in the region, offering continuous investment in training, diverse career paths, health and wellness benefits, flexible work arrangements and a rewarding environment. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment that supports individuals to reach their full potential. Unitywater promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people. Unitywater encourages people with diverse abilities Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. How to apply Submit an application to careerapplicationsunitywater.com Visit www.unitywater.com for more information and access to a full position description. Applicants will need to demonstrate your eligibility and right to work in Australia. Applications close Sunday 9th December 2018 Vacancy reference 2018-771

    location Queensland 4510, Australia


  • Financial Analyst

    You are a nearly or recently qualified CACPACIMA, with some relevant FPA experience from within a large professional services (preferably legal) firm....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Chief Financial Officer

    Council is offering an excellent remuneration package, including base salary, superannuation, motor vehicle allowance and salary sacrifice, reflecting the importance of the position within the organisation. There is also relocation assistance available. Collaborative Environment An exceptional location A unique opportunity to join a progressive leadership team in the scenic Shire of Douglas. This position is designed to compliment the recently created executive management team under the direction of the newly appointed CEO. The role will be accountable for all the financial controls of Council coupled with direct responsibility for IT and Procurement. You will work as part of the management team to lead, plan and execute the financial sustainability of the Council along with implementing new ideas and procedures. You will be a suitably qualified and experienced Accountant who works collaboratively across business units, leading by example and participating in change. Able to work at all levels, you will be a strategic thinker who is driven to improve at every turn. Clearly you will have able technical skills coupled with the ability to work across the organisation utilising your able communication and articulation You can expect to work with an exceptional CEO and a very strong management team. Your responsibilities will be interesting and rewarding. The role is renumerated accordingly with a range of benefits you would expect. Applications close Monday 24th December. For a confidential discussion relating to the position, to apply or request an information pack, please respond in confidence to Tracie Picton, Business Director. Hays Specialist Recruitment Tel +61 (0) 7 4049 2900 or email tracie.pictonhays.com.au Please note “ all direct enquiries will be passed to our retained partner.

    location Lower Daintree QLD 4873, Australia


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