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Deputy Chief Executive Officer » Melbourne, VIC - for risk management, financial management and compliance. Assist the CEO to achieve long term sustainability of the.... Excellent knowledge of governance, financial and risk management. Demonstrated understanding of cultural safety in... • Fri, 31 MayLowitja Institute
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Management Accountant Opportunities » Harristown, Toowoomba - Looking for your next Financial Management or CFO position? Apply to be considered for multiple opportunities with our clients. At JP Smith, we work with respected, well-established employers in the Toowoomba and Darling Downs region. Our goal is to assist them in placing exceptional professionals in both permanent and temporary capacities. We are currently looking to meet with professionals who are interested in being considered for Financial Management, Management Accountant, Chief Financial Officer and Financial Controller positions. Our clients are interested in meeting with candidates who are experienced in one or more of the following areas: Cash flow management, financial forecasting and financial planning; Preparing budgets and profit and loss statements; Overseeing payroll, BAS, debtors, and creditors teams; Cost accounting and job costing; Financial reporting and assisting business decision-making; and Optimising electronic business and accounting systems. We currently have opportunities available across a variety of industries and company structures. Professionals of all levels are encouraged to apply to this expression of interest. How to Apply? If this opportunity is of interest, please click "Apply" to submit your resume to JP Smith Recruitment & HR. For any enquiries, please call Jamie Smith on 07 4659 7400 quoting reference number 3717248. • Mon, 10 JunJP Smith
Chief Operating Officer - NALHN » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Northern Adelaide Local Health Network - Lyell McEwin Hospital - Elizabeth Vale Classification: SAES - Level 1 - SA Executive Services Level 1 - To be Negotiated Temporary Full-Time, up to 3 years The Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) is part of SA Health which provides a range of acute and sub-acute services for people of all ages living in the northern metropolitan Adelaide. Hospitals and services within the NALHN include the Lyell McEwin Hospital, Modbury Hospital, a range of sub-acute and primary health care services and a number of state-wide services. The northern area of Adelaide is currently the highest population growth area in South Australia. NALHN is currently looking for a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to work with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in fostering a culture of excellent care and enhancing workforce and leadership capabilities to achieve this goal. NALHN is a complex organisation which employs around 6300 staff and has an annual budget in excess of $850m. The COO is a senior Executive position, reporting directly to the CEO, and accountable for the leadership and performance of the Network's operational service delivery. The COO is responsible for leading pro-active service planning, capacity planning and management, effective corporate and clinical governance, and high levels of clinical engagement to foster consumer centred and integrated care. They will develop and maintain a high performing, cohesive Directorship Team to develop and sustain transformational change and deliver the requirements of the Network Service Agreement, as it relates to their portfolio. The COO will manage within allocated operational and capital budgets, ensuring all performance and reporting requirements are met. This will include leadership of the planning of Divisional budgets, resourcing and efficiency strategies in partnership with the Chief Finance Officer (CFO), and assuring the delivery of planned initiatives. The position is required to support the achievement of the strategic aims of the SA Health Strategic Plan consistent with government policy, state-wide priorities and directions and identified population needs. Further the position is required to contribute to state-wide planning, services and programs as appropriate. Possession of relevant undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications consistent with appointment to an Executive Level position is highly desirable. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check. Check(s) National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving no contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (general employment) Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category B (indirect contact with blood or body substances) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job Ref: 870564 Enquiries Stacey Rider Executive Assistant Phone: (08) 8182 9230 E-mail: Stacey.Ridersa.gov.au Application Closing Date 21 June 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 870564 - Chief Operating Officer - NALHN - SAES1 - role description.pdf Refer to the SA Health Career Website - How to apply for further information. • Mon, 10 JunSA Health
Chief Business Development Officer » Melbourne, VIC - The Chief Business Development Officer will report directly on an operational basis to the CEO in Australia..., and functionally to the Group Chief Business Development Officer based in Internationally. The role will be based in Melbourne in... • Sun, 09 JunSuperior People Recruitment
Chief Financial Officer » New South Wales, Australia - Superfine Financial Ltd 1. Be fully responsible for the company's daily management work: financial management, cost and expenses, investment and financing, budget preparation, accounting and supervision, financial analysis, tax declaration, external audit; 2. Establish and improve various financial management systems, formulate financial plans, financial policies and management systems; through the establishment of a supervision system, effectively supervise and inspect the implementation of financial systems and budgets, and conduct financial control; comprehensively establish a financial risk control system to reduce the probability of risks; 3. Participate in the company's major financial decision-making and put forward professional opinions; formulate tax planning plans, coordinate and implement tax matters, and avoid the company's tax risks; 4. Understand the company's financial status, operating results and capital changes, and formulate or plan fund raising and capital operation plans; 5. Provide advice and decision-making support for the company's major investment, financing, mergers and acquisitions and other business activities, participate in risk assessment, guidance, tracking and control; optimize capital structure and capital allocation; 6. Provide financial analysis for the company's senior management, and put forward useful suggestions and risk prevention and control measures; About Company SuperFinex Financial Ltd is a company registered in New York, USA under the federal laws of the State of New York, USA. SuperFinex Financial Ltd is a leading global blockchain ecosystem that provides cryptocurrency futures derivatives services to global investors. Our mission is to become the future world cryptocurrency derivatives trading provider. Superci is a financial and monetary service enterprise registered and operated in compliance with laws and regulations. SuperFinex Financial Ltd is regulated by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FINCEN) in the United States, the Financial Services Agency (FSA) in Japan, the Financial Services Commission (FSC) in South Korea, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in Singapore, the Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) in Indonesia, the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) in Malaysia, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in India, the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) in Australia, and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom, and has a license. SuperFinex Financial Ltd will comply with all applicable laws and regulations in each jurisdiction where it operates in accordance with its financial license. Disclaimer: This job is posted through WorkinAUS platform. Salary: $19500-25000 Job Publish: 08-06-2024 Job Expire: 08-07-2024 • Sun, 09 JunSuperfine Financial Ltd

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Chief Finance Officer » Fremantle, WA - the financial and management accounting of a multi-entity organisation and oversee the financial strategy for a workforce... and complex environment, a key focus of this position is strategic change in reforming financial services management accounting... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of Western Australia$196891 per year
Chief Product Officer, Truyu, x15ventures (6-month opportunity) » Eveleigh, NSW - We are seeking an experienced Chief Product Officer (CPO) (or an ambitious experienced Senior Product Manager) to join a newly formed... since November 2023 and are growing. This is a four to six month opportunity to step into the Chief Product Officer role covering parental... • Sat, 08 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Chief Operating Officer (Global) - QSR » Australia - . Job Description The Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for the overall strategic direction, growth, and profitability of the...: Develop and implement a comprehensive plan to drive growth, profitability, and market share. Financial Performance: Oversee... • Sat, 08 JunMichael Page
Chief Legal Officer, CSIRO » Australia - Become CSIRO's inaugural Chief Legal Officer Provide strategic vision and leadership to a highly capable team of professionals... Following an Enterprise Services reform, CSIRO is seeking to appoint an inaugural Chief Legal Officer (CLO) to lead the newly... • Sat, 08 JunCSIRO
Director Financial Planning and Management » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - ASIS is seeking a committed and experienced finance management professional to fill the role of Director of Financial Management and Planning in the Service. The role incorporates a diverse set of responsibilities. You will be working closely with senior executives and other internal and external stakeholders and will be called upon to provide professional advice as and when required. You will also be responsible for managing a team and require strong leadership and management skills. Role Director Financial Planning and Management leads a team that is responsible for the following key outcomes: Delivery of all aspects of ASIS's external budget (federal budget process, budget strategy, estimates, publications, development of New Policy Proposals, external costings). Delivery of ASIS's management accounting function, including management of the internal budget and internal financial reporting. Management of key internal and external stakeholders, including the ASIS resource manager community, central agencies (notably the Department of Finance) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Development and administration of the Financial Management Information System. Director Financial Planning and Management is the primary external liaison point for ASIS budget matters across Government, and exercises a high degree of autonomy in supporting the Chief Finance Officer (CFO) on ASIS's overall budget strategy, and advising senior executives on financial performance and planning. In addition, the position is responsible for driving continuous improvement in financial business processes and reporting through ongoing enhancement and upgrades to the Financial Management Information System. The key duties of the position include Key Responsibilities and Tasks The following is an overview of key responsibilities and tasks: Lead a team, including responsibility for staff development, coaching and performance management, and identification and training needs; Lead, manage and utilise individual and team expertise and in-depth knowledge to perform complex and sensitive work within financial analysis policy and planning; Plan and monitor team priorities and workflow ensuring that deadlines are met and work is performed to a high standard; Initiate, establish and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders within ASIS and across Government; Provide regular and ad-hoc strategic financial analysis and advice to support senior level decision making. Apply systems thinking to continuously improve ASIS financial business processes and controls through enhancements to the Financial Management Information System. • Sat, 08 JunAPS
Project Lead (Central Postal Voting) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569107/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Kim Beamish Contact details Phone: (07) 3035 8118 Access the National Relay Service Your Contribution Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: o identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts o tracking and reporting on project progress o monitoring the project budget o identifying and managing resources efficiently o assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required o proactively managing communications with project stakeholders o ensuring quality and on-time delivery o managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) o maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. The Project Lead will deliver the ECQ's Central Postal Voting function, ensuring the accurate and on-time processing of postal vote applications, and the production and despatch of postal ballots to electors at the October 2024 State General election. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications will remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569107 24 Role Description.1. (Word, 124KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Program Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568934/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Julie Cavanagh Contact details Ph: (07) 3035 8026 Access the National Relay Service Your contribution: Lead and be accountable for the successful achievement of planned project objectives within their designated Program. Provide active leadership, support and guidance to Project Leads throughout the project lifecycle from planning Project objectives to delivering and evaluating Project outcomes. As part of the Program governance arrangements, meet regularly with their Project Leads to ensure they are: Identifying and communicating within their project team Tracking and reporting on project progress Monitoring the project budget Identifying and managing resources efficiently Assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required Proactively managing communications with project stakeholders Ensuring quality and on-time delivery Managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) Maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the program manager Engaging with other dependant project leads to share relevant data and information. Monitor and scan for emerging or current risks and opportunities across the Program and provide Project Leads progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Program Managers. Proactively engage with other Program Managers to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. Provide regular quality assurance updates and reports to EDB regarding their Program outcomes based on time, quality, cost, and risks and if necessary, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. In consultation with the Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, monitor and re-allocate resources including funds or staffing between projects within their program's approved Project Plan. What we are looking for: The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 568934 24 Role Description (Word, 124KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Project Lead, Field Support » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568946/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Kim Beamish Contact details Ph: (07) 3035 8118 Access the National Relay Service Your contribution: Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts tracking and reporting on project progress monitoring the project budget identifying and managing resources efficiently assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required proactively managing communications with project stakeholders ensuring quality and on-time delivery managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. Manage the function designed to provide support, advice and expertise to dispersed electoral staff during all phases of the State General election in October 2024 from the ECQ's office at Waterfront Place, Brisbane. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for: The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Remains composed during high-stakes situations, supporting the team to recognise gaps in information and seek advice to enable a prompt and considered response. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 568946 24 Role Description (Word, 123KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Senior Finance Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Advance your finance career in a varied role where no two days are the same. Enjoy a blend of finance and operations management in a growing NFP. About the organisation Established in 1929, this stable and growing Not-for-Profit organisation is Queensland’s peak body for representing the interests of employers within the automotive industry. It is committed to assisting automotive businesses to operate at their best through the provision of services, support, advice and advocacy. It works closely with state and federal governments to shape policy through advocacy and consultation. This NFP also has a registered training organisation which is the largest independent provider of automotive apprenticeships and training in Queensland. About the role Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Finance Officer will play a key role in executing the accounting and finance operations of the business within a tight knit and high performing finance team. This is a full time, permanent position to start immediately, or at the earliest available date of the successful candidate. The Senior Finance Officer will be responsible for the following duties: End-to-end accounts payable processing – receive and review invoices for accuracy, coding to cost centres, matching invoices to Purchase Orders, scheduling payment runs, processing employee expense claims, resolving invoice discrepancies, and being the first point of contact for Creditors regarding payments Performing month end duties such as bank and credit card reconciliations, journaling, and various end of month reporting Management of the company’s motor vehicle fleet – previous experience is not required as thorough training will be provided, coupled with strong operational processes already in place Reporting and analysing company data to assist the CFO and General Managers in making informed, strategic decisions Maintaining General Ledger, Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet preparation for the CFO Back up support for accounts receivable and payroll Skills and experience required Demonstrated experience in end-to-end accounts payable management Highly developed attention to detail, time management skills and the ability to work across multiple deadlines A curious and investigative nature which enables you to pick up on discrepancies Strong work ethic with an inclusive, team-oriented mindset Adaptability – you will enjoy working in a multi-faceted role that encompasses various duties across finance, accounting and general operations What’s in it for you This is a unique opportunity that blends accounting and finance with general business operations management of a stable and growing Not-for-Profit organisation. The workplace culture is well known for its friendly and supportive environment where training and development is promoted, and excellence in service is a core value. Additional benefits include: Full time, permanent position, with salary sacrificing benefits Varied and diverse role where you will be able to make an impact on the performance of the organisation to its members and communities Hybrid working options, genuine work life balance, Brisbane southside location Free undercover car parking, onsite staff gym, modern office facilities Working directly under the mentorship of a highly regarded CFO renowned for their exemplary leadership and ability to develop their staff to support their career goals Please Apply Now , or to have a confidential discussion, contact Laila Sultan at Sintra Recruitment on 07 3040 0111 • Sat, 08 JunSintra Recruitment
Chief Executive Officer, Magistrates' Court of Victoria (MCV) » Melbourne, VIC - Chief Executive Officer The Magistrates' Court Of Victoria The Magistrates' Court of Victoria is a key part of the... leadership to over 150 Judicial Officers. Supporting the Chief Magistrate is the Chief Executive Officer and almost 1200... • Fri, 07 JunState Government of Victoria
Chief Financial Officer » Cannon Hill, QLD - Group. About the Role Endeavour Foundation is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to join their Executive Leadership... Financial Performance, Finance Shared Services, Information Communication Technology, Data and Analytics, Lotteries, Asset... • Fri, 07 JunOrchard Talent Group
APS 5 Finance Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Seeking APS 5 Finance Officer for a 6 month labour hire contract located in Sydney or Canberra with experience in SAP. The Finance Officer will assist the Senior Financial Officers and Chief Financial Officer with finance, reporting and compliance functions. The Finance Officer will be responsible for undertaking the following duties: Processing payments and invoices accurately and within expected time periods Assisting with general accounting duties as directed, including bank reconciliation and cash management Assisting in the preparation of month end processes including journal entries and reconciliations Providing advice to staff on Cancer Australia's policies including credits cards, procurement and hospitality Assisting with preparation of the monthly BAS and annual FBT return Processing of monthly credit card transactions and personal expense claims Creating and maintaining Purchase Orders and Vendors Assisting the finance team with internal and external reporting Maintaining records via TRIM records management system to support reporting Other ad hoc accounting duties to support the broader team To be successful in this role, candidates must be able to to demonstrate the following APS capabilities: Supports strategic thinking - Understands, supports and promotes the strategic direction of the Team in alignment with Branch and Agency objectives. Achieves results - Commits to achieving quality outcomes and sees projects through to completion whilst remaining responsive and positive to changes in requirements. Supports productive working relationships - Builds and sustains positive relationships with team members and stakeholders. Displays personal drive and integrity - Displays and promotes ethical behaviour in accordance with the APS Code of Conduct, APS values and APS Employment Principles. Communicates with influence - Confidently presents messages in a clear, concise and articulate manner, and selects the most appropriate medium for conveying information. Qualifications and other requirements To be considered for ongoing or non-ongoing employment, candidates must be Australian Citizens . The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks and to obtain/maintain a Baseline security clearance (minimum requirement depending on role). Tertiary qualification in accounting or finance is essential. Experience in SAP Concur is highly desirable. • Fri, 07 JunHudson Australia
Senior Finance Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0051876 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Department: Chief Operating Officer Portfolio - Finance Salary: UOM 9 – $139,693 – $145,339 p.a. plus 17% super Provide financial analysis and insights to inform decision making and ensure the University’s short and long-term financial sustainability. Opportunity to transform data into impactful stories, influence key decisions and drive the financial health of the University in a collaborative and dynamic environment. Brilliant benefits and a flexible hybrid work environment About the Role Deep dive into the University’s financial performance. The Senior Finance Analyst is a strategic partner, providing analysis and insights that guide the short and long-term financial sustainability of the University. By analysing data and crafting compelling narratives, you'll keep Governance Committees informed and guide financial decisions. If you have a passion for numbers, data visualization, and "story-telling", this is your opportunity to shine” Your responsibilities will include: Leading the annual financial planning and analysis cycle, monitoring and contributing to the short and long-term financial sustainability of the University. Delivering regular reports to leadership with insights, risks and opportunities whilst conducting ad-hoc analysis on request. Refining and streamlining processes, building strong relationships with internal stakeholders, and collaborating across finance teams. Who we are looking for We are looking for a collaborative champion who thrives in complexity, excels at communication, and transforms data into impactful stories. You have a knack for understanding the business, a keen eye for detail, and can tackle complex situations. A master of time management, you excel at prioritising tasks and delivering results, all while adapting your style to maximise understanding. You will also have: Fully qualified Chartered Accountant (CA) or Certified Practising Accountant (CPA); Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) or Graduate or postgraduate qualifications in Finance, Accounting or other relevant discipline, or an equivalent combination of tertiary qualifications and relevant experience. Expertise and knowledge of financial management, financial planning and associated processes in complex environments. For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements please refer to the attached PD. This role requires the successful candidate to undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position . This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your new team – Chief Financial Officer Group The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Group provides financial expertise and leadership to ensure the University remains financially sustainable in the short and long term. It does this by: Developing and implementing financial strategy; Allocating financial resources efficiently and effectively to strategic and operational goals; Monitoring, analysing and assessing financial and business performance and position; Highlighting risks and opportunities and recommending or implementing actions; Ensuring value for money in commercial dealings; and Ensuring compliance with relevant financial legislation and obligations What we offer you In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services, and discounts on graduate courses. For more information check out our benefits page The University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities, and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality, and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture, and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience Please note that you are not required to respond to the selection criteria in the Position Description. If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ethan Khamly via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the contact details listed on the Position Description. Please note that in the event of sourcing a suitable candidate, the closing date for applications may be brought forward, and the job vacancy may be closed. Therefore, we encourage interested individuals to submit their applications promptly. Position Description • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne
Finance Manager » Smeaton Grange, Camden Area - About Us At NEPEAN™ we understand our success lies in the passion, dedication and expertise of our people. As a global leader in manufacturing in various industries, we are proud to be an employer that challenges the standard. Over the last 40 years, our hard work, technical credibility and a willingness to tackle very difficult projects have earned us an enviable reputation. About the Role NEPEAN Finance provides technical expertise to the NEPEAN businesses across our global portfolio. An exciting opportunity is now available for a Finance Manager to join our dynamic team. This role allows for real impact as it provides the opportunity to work with multiple NEPEAN businesses. Located in Narellan; tasks in the position include: Manage the daily financial operations. Mentor and motivate a team of accounting professionals ensuring the team functions efficiently. Coordinate cash flow projections, while monitoring liquidity and optimising working capital. Own the mandatory compliance reporting process including BAS and FBT returns. Lead financial operations for a range of NEPEAN portfolios across Australia. This includes being hands on and conducting general accounting tasks such as end of month, budgets, forecasting, financial year end activities etc. Liaise with stakeholders to provide financial insights and guidance. Liaise with financial institutions to organise asset finance and bank guarantees. Own the company’s financial audit activities. This includes creating strong relationships with external auditors Maintain internal controls and ensure the robustness of financial processes. Directly reporting to our Global Chief Financial Officer; this position is ideal for an energetic Finance Manager that is ready to own a key function in a global business. We're serious about growth. Unique career advancement opportunities will also be made available to the right person. The Right Person You will have: Proven experience in a finance management role with exposure managing a large finance/ accounting team. Successfully completed tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Finance or a related discipline. Successfully completed CPA/CA qualifications, with a solid understanding of Australian accounting standards and tax regulations. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Excellent analytical skills with the ability to interpret complex financial data and provide strategic insights. Energetic and capable of multiple priorities in a dynamic, fast paced environment. Be a team player, ready to be hands on and be passionate about getting things done. Possess the drive and ambition to progress your career into a more senior role at NEPEAN We believe in fostering a culture that empowers individuals to thrive, innovate, and learn. While working at NEPEAN you will be rewarded with: Competitive remuneration and access to industry leading wellness programs. Strong training plans to help you excel from day 1. Real opportunity to learn and make great impact. Access to enviable career advancement opportunities. This is a real career shifting role, the rare opportunity will not last. Unlock your true potential and challenge the standard with us. Apply now via the link below. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact The Team at Nepean (AU) on , quoting Ref No. 1171635. • Fri, 07 JunNepean
Chief Executive Officer » Bankstown, NSW - , and education. This reputable charity is looking to recruit a dynamic and visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to take them.... Role: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Type: Permanent Salary: $250,000 - $300,000 + Super Location: South Western Sydney... • Thu, 06 JunChandler Macleod
APS 5 - Financial Control Branch Opportunities » Richmond, VIC - Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Division. The Financial Control Branch delivers strategic financial advice and valued... financial management of the Scheme; providing reports and forecasts on the Scheme finances to the Chief Financial Officer... • Thu, 06 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$83453 - 89839 per year
APS 4 - Financial Control Branch Opportunities » Richmond, VIC - Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Division. The Financial Control Branch delivers strategic financial advice and valued... on the Scheme finances to the Chief Financial Officer, Strategic Leadership Team (SLT), and Board. Continued expansion the... • Thu, 06 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$73928 - 82056 per year
EL1 - Financial Control Branch Opportunities » Richmond, VIC - Surrey Hills, VIC - Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Division. The Financial Control Branch delivers strategic financial advice and valued... and forecasts on the Scheme finances to the Chief Financial Officer, Executive Leadership Team (ELT), and Board. Continued expansion... • Thu, 06 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$116118 - 139912 per year
Chief Financial Officer - Construction - $200k-$240k + super » Perth, WA - for guaranteeing the dependability of the company's financial information processes to ensure timely and precise financial reporting... & Custom Homes space Craft financial strategies that are aligned with the company's overarching goals and objectives... • Thu, 06 JunDesign & Build Recruitment$200000 - 240000 per year
APS 6 - Financial Control Branch Opportunities » Australia - Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Division. The Financial Control Branch delivers strategic financial advice and valued... and forecasts on the Scheme finances to the Chief Financial Officer, Executive Leadership Team (ELT), and Board. Continued expansion... • Thu, 06 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$96546 - 103035 per year
APS5 | Finance Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The Opportunity The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is looking for a motivated individual who is keen to pursue a career in finance. We are seeking an energetic and experienced finance officer who can demonstrate their sound financial skills. The successful applicant needs to be able to apply judgement and knowledge to transaction and general accounting processes. The Finance Officer will provide advice to both internal and external stakeholders and respond to their needs and expectations. Being part of a small team, the Finance Officer also needs to be capable of supporting others. The key duties of the position include Under general direction and within guidelines, undertake duties such as the following: Collecting, receipting and banking of monies; Performing reconciliations of bank accounts; Creating and amending customer and supplier accounts within the Financial Management Information System; Generating invoices for goods and services; Management of accounts payable and preparing payment runs Performing month end reconciliations; Directly following up outstanding debts with customers and providing monthly advice to the Chief Financial Officer on the status of outstanding amounts; Processing the disbursement of royalties; Managing Finance Inbox (Email); Stationery ordering; Providing support to travellers using the QBT system; Lodging applications and cancellations of Travel cards; Preparing and lodging Business Activity Statements; Liaising with and responding to, the financial needs and expectations of internal and external stakeholders as required; Assisting with audits; Developing and maintaining finance process procedures; Assisting the finance team with other relevant duties as needed; and Interrogating the Financial Management Information System to answer queries as required. Selection Criteria In relation to the 'Job Details' listed above, concisely demonstrate your skills, experience and achievements against each of the following areas: The ability to perform accounts receivable, payable and/ or purchasing functions. The ability to apply a good understanding of the functionality of a FMIS, such as Technology One, to process financial transactions, and to investigate, analyse and report on financial information. Well-developed communication skills Strong client service focus and ability to develop productive working relationships. Personal drive and ensures quality assurance of own work. Desired Skills and Experience It is highly desirable that the successful applicant have: Tertiary accounting qualifications Experience in the use of computer-based accounting systems (preferably Technology One) • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Senior Corporate Treasury Officer » Australia - About the Department The Department of Industry, Science and Resources and our broader portfolio are integral to the Australian Government's economic agenda. Our purpose is to help the government build a better future for all Australians through enabling a productive, resilient and sustainable economy, enriched by science and technology. We do this by: Growing innovative & competitive businesses, industries and regions Investing in science and technology Strengthening the resources sector. The APS and the department offer a clear direction and meaningful work. You will be able to create positive impact in people's lives whilst contributing to improved outcomes for Australia and our people. If you would like to feel a strong connection to your work and you are accountable, committed and open to change, join us in shaping Australia's future. Please see the APSC's APS Employee Value Proposition for more information on the benefits and value of employment within the APS. About the team The Chief Finance Officer's Division is made up of four branches: Financial Management Portfolio Budgets Financial & Shared Services Business Grants Hub This role sits within the Financial Management Branch in the Financial Reporting, Taxation and Treasury Section. The opportunity As an APS Level 6, Senior Treasury Officer, we are looking for experienced professionals who will be responsible for providing high quality Treasury services to the Department, our portfolio entities, and Business Grants Hub agencies. Our ideal candidate The successful applicant will have: Basic accounting skills; High level of attention to detail with good analytical and problem solving skills; Experience in managing competing priorities and tight deadlines; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Working collaboratively with the team and contribute to develop team skill set; Proficient Excel skills; Knowledge and understanding of appropriations and relevant legislative frameworks; and Commitment to APS Values, Employment Principles, and Code of Conduct. Demonstrated skills and experience in Corporate Treasury functions would be highly regarded. Our department has a commitment to inclusion and diversity, with an ambition of being the best possible place to work. This reflects the importance we place on our people and on creating a workplace culture where each and every one of us is valued and respected for our contribution. Our ideal candidate adds to this culture and our workplace in their own way. The key duties of the position include In this role, you will be responsible for: Reviewing and approving administered, departmental and Business Grants Hub drawdowns; Reviewing and recording administered and departmental s74 receipts in the Central Budget Management System; Coordinating and processing portfolio agency drawdowns and fund transfers; Reviewing and approving bank transfers and overseas payments; Reviewing and approving transactions recorded in the Financial Management Information System; Completing monthly and annual reconciliations; Maintenance of documents and procedures; Developing staff capabilities; Researching and analysing issues as they arise and contributing to business improvement; and Supporting the team to ensure compliance with departmental policies and guidelines. • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Executive Director, Financial Services » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Executive Director reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for leading a large team to deliver high quality financial services to the Department, in order to achieve the organisationu0027s financial goals and objectives, including funding, financial performance, policy and compliance, revenue and debt management, budgeting, and investment management. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Thu, 06 JunNorthern Territory Government
SES Band 3 Chief Operating Officer, Canberra » Canberra, ACT - , outcomes-driven senior executive to fill the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO). Our ideal candidate will be innovative..., high-risk, and sensitive issues. Influential strategic leadership, financial acumen, sound judgement and a record... • Wed, 05 JunAustralian Criminal Intelligence Commission
Chief Executive Officer » Perth, WA - locations: Perth and Paraburdoo. Additionally, the Chief Executive Officer will manage the organisation’s financial resources... ancestors of the Yinhawangka people and is supported by Independent Directors, seeking a Chief Executive Officer who aligns... • Wed, 05 Jun
Chief Financial Officer » Brisbane, QLD - to the Chief Executive Officer and part of Executive Leadership Team, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Green Endeavour... is responsible for overseeing the company's financial strategy, operations, and performance. This includes developing... • Wed, 05 JunTroocoo
Senior Corporate Treasury Officer, APS Level 6, Financial Management » Canberra, ACT - Chief Finance Officer’s Division is made up of four branches: Financial Management Portfolio Budgets Financial & Shared... Services Business Grants Hub This role sits within the Financial Management Branch in the Financial Reporting, Taxation... • Wed, 05 JunDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
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Chief Financial Officer » Melbourne, VIC - and success. Reporting to the CEO, you will lead a small team and be broadly accountable for the financial administration of the... and financial skills, you are also likely to be highly adept at influencing others, using your commercial acumen... • Wed, 05 JunDean & Ling Executive
Chief Financial Officer » Australia - This is an outstanding opportunity to take on a pivotal leadership role in an emerging Melbourne based business which markets & distributes a diverse portfolio of innovative, quality Australian products to consumers around the world. The business was created by a highly successful Founder and is now led by a high calibre executive team and highly engaged board. It can offer a commercially astute senior finance professional an opportunity to contribute to its future growth and success. Reporting to the CEO, you will lead a small team and be broadly accountable for the financial administration of the business, for the delivery of robust analysis and commercially insightful advice on business performance and for all Statutory/Executive level reporting and compliance. You will partner with the CEO, using your commercial acumen and significant finance management expertise to influence strategic (including M&A) and commercial decisions and you will use your expertise in sales and marketing analysis, capital raising and management, and supply chain planning to support and influence commercial and operational outcomes. As the leader in the finance group, you will coordinate and manage effective working relationships with external professional advisors (Audit, Tax, Banking & IR) and will also be expected to foster a proactive team culture which looks to continuously improve finance processes and systems which add value to the business. This is an authentic and hands-on opportunity for an experienced finance professional to help to shape the long-term success of an emerging business in an exciting growth sector. As such, it will appeal to a senior and deeply experienced and commercial CFO who is looking for a broad, challenging and highly rewarding role in an entrepreneurial SME environment. To complement your strong commercial and financial skills, you are also likely to be highly adept at influencing others, using your commercial acumen and your ability to build strong collaborative working relationships to negotiate outcomes which enhance operational and strategic decisions. For a strictly confidential discussion, please contact Ian Hackett on 0408 312 216. Alternatively, submit your Application (Word version) via the Apply button. • Wed, 05 Jun
Accounts Payable Roles - Bulk Recruitment Round » Gungahlin Area, Canberra Region - Defence Housing Australia is seeking to fill several roles in the Corporate Shared Services (CSS) Team at the DHA3 and DHA4 Levels. If you are looking for an entry-level role in the APS or an opportunity to build on your current administrative experience, we encourage you to apply. About Your Team: The Chief Financial Officer's Group is responsible for the delivery of fiscal management services across the organisation. Key responsibilities of the group include taxation, commercial finance, corporate accounting, capital planning, valuations, investment management, risk management and treasury. We are also accountable for the organisation's strategic property portfolio. The key duties of the position include Both CSS Officers (DHAL3) and Senior CSS Officers (DHAL4) will be required to deliver support activities and process transactions associated with any of the functions in the Corporate Shared Services Team. You will be predominantly responsible for processing accounts payable transactions associated with corporate and housing related invoices. Other tasks may include booking official business travel, administering leased fleet vehicles, answering and redirecting facilities and reception queries, case management, and investigation of escalated issues. You will work in a time-critical environment with a strong emphasis on the achievement of established performance standards within set timeframes, including the expectation to meet Key Performance Indicators and Service Level Agreements with accuracy. DHA4 Senior CSS Officers have additional duties , such as handling more complex cases and training/coaching DHA3 CSS Officers. We recommend you read the attached position description. For these roles, we will consider how well you: Provide exceptional customer service to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Interpret and follow policies, guidelines, standard operating procedures, and work instructions to provide accurate written and verbal advice. Display excellent attention to detail to minimise errors, including checking the accuracy of information, following business processes, and maintaining high quality writing. Manage competing priorities to deliver high volumes of work. Show initiative to learn and develop, and to check your work when uncertain. Coach and train less experienced staff to familiarise them with processes and procedures. • Wed, 05 JunAPS
Executive Director - Commercial, Procurement and Supply » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - We are Metro South Health We are the major public healthcare provider for Brisbane's south side, Logan, Redlands and the Scenic Rim. We operate five major hospitals and a range of community, specialty and state-wide healthcare services. We are renowned for teaching and research excellence. We are truly dedicated people who care about our community. We come to work to make a difference. We save lives, changes lives and make the world a better place. We overcome the many challenges that come our way by going above and beyond and achieve the best possible outcomes by working together. We are bold, innovative, collaborative, inspiring. We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community. We are part of and proud of the community we serve. We are better together. Join us at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role Reporting to the Health Service Chief Finance Officer, the Executive Director Commercial, Procurement & Supply Chain ensures Metro South Health's strategic and operation objectives are enabled through the delivery of efficient and optimal strategic Procurement and Supply Chain practices. The role will provide business wide leadership and take responsibility for Procurement, Supply Chain, Purchasing, Commercial and Contract Management to optimize MSHHS's approximate $800m non-labour expenditure. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. Our values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Engagement and Excellence, shape our culture within Metro South Health. Our values guide our day-to-day decision making and are fundamental to what we care about as a health service, how we behave, how we interact with each other and provide care to the many patients who come through our doors every day. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas across our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. As a Metro South employee, you will benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75%, access to salary packaging, flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro South here: www.metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/join-our-team. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Principal Analyst Activity Based Funding and Performance Analysis » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About Us Children's Health Queensland is a specialist statewide hospital and health service dedicated to caring for children and young people from across Queensland and northern New South Wales. We are committed to collaborating with all of our healthcare partners, most importantly families, to ensure we consistently deliver safe, high-quality patient and family-centred care. A recognised leader in paediatric healthcare, education and research, Children's Health Queensland delivers a full range of clinical services, tertiary level care and health promotion programs. We provide an integrated network of services through: The Queensland Children's Hospital The Child and Youth Community Health Service The Child and Youth Mental Health Service Statewide services and programs, including specialist outreach and telehealth services Partnerships with other hospital and health services and non-government organisations Children's Health Queensland provides services from key locations in the Brisbane metropolitan area and works with the 15 other hospital and health services as well as NGOs and charity partners in Queensland to deliver an integrated network of healthcare services and support across the state. Your Opportunity: The position of Principal Analyst, ABF and Performance Analysis will: Apply activity based funding expertise to maximise funding opportunities for Children's Health Queensland using contemporary, best practice approaches to evaluate sustainable service delivery. Provide high-level expertise, analysis, coordination, and technical support for the timely delivery of business critical activity, financial and performance intelligence and tools focussing on operational productivity and efficiency in an Activity Based Funding environment. Establish and maintain productive professional networks across the HHS, the Department of Health and other key stakeholders to foster ongoing collaboration and enhance organisational maturity in an activity based funding environment. Provide professional support, accurate and timely high level strategic advice to the Chief Finance Officer, Executive and Divisional Leadership Teams to support the delivery of the CHQ Service Agreement and sustainable, high value health services. What CHQ HHS can offer Apart from contributing to the development of Australia's best paediatric health service, you will also benefit from a competitive remuneration package and a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities and supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing. Additional benefits include: 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% annual leave loading Salary packaging Employee Assistance Program Work/life balance, variety and flexibility You can find out more about why it's so great to work at CHQ HHS here. Some roles within Queensland Health are designated as 'Vaccination Preventable Disease (VPD) risk roles'. A VPD risk role is a role in which the incumbent may be exposed to the risk of acquisition and/or transmission of a VPD. Please refer to the attached Role Description for more information and what requirements may exist. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Group Accountant » Bentley, Canning Area - Position: Group Accountant Employment Type: Full Time Department: Finance Reports to: Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Services Director Location: Bentley, Perth, Australia THE ROLE Our client is seeking a skilled Group Accountant to manage and execute accurate accounting reports and tax activities across the group. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare BAS/IAS/VAT returns and Half Yearly/Annual Financial Statements. Ensure ASX quarterly reporting compliance. Support external audits and liaise with bankers and tax consultants. Prepare monthly management accounts for executives and board reporting. Coordinate annual budgeting and assist with forecasts and analysis. Manage payroll and related tax filings (payroll tax, FBT, corporate tax, R&D incentives). Develop and maintain accounting policies, standards, and records. Communicate financial results and metrics internally. Implement and maintain SAP BYD. Oversee trade receivables/payables and prepare payment proposals. Prepare daily cashflow forecasts. Assist with grant applications and technical accounting papers. QUALIFICATIONS Required: Chartered Accountant (CA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with 5 years’ experience in accounting across at least two different companies. Desired: Experience in both public and commercial accounting, exposure to ASX financial reporting. SKILLS & COMPETENCIES Strong knowledge of tax and payroll regulations. Proficient in preparing statutory financial statements. Business-oriented approach to financial analysis and reporting. Strong interpersonal, problem-solving, and project management skills. Commitment to diversity, inclusion, and high performance. If you are ready to contribute to our client’s financial success and strategic growth, apply today. CONTACT INFORMATION Constance Hurley: 0420 401 664 churleymorganconsulting.com.au • Tue, 04 JunMorgan Consulting
89616 | APS5 - Finance Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The Opportunity The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is looking for a motivated individual who is keen to pursue a career in finance. We are seeking an energetic and experienced finance officer who can demonstrate their sound financial skills. The successful applicant needs to be able to apply judgement and knowledge to transaction and general accounting processes. The Finance Officer will provide advice to both internal and external stakeholders and respond to their needs and expectations. Being part of a small team, the Finance Officer also needs to be capable of supporting others. Job Description Under general direction and within guidelines, undertake duties such as the following: Collecting, receipting and banking of monies; Performing reconciliations of bank accounts; Creating and amending customer and supplier accounts within the Financial Management Information System; Generating invoices for goods and services; Management of accounts payable and preparing payment runs Performing month end reconciliations; Directly following up outstanding debts with customers and providing monthly advice to the Chief Financial Officer on the status of outstanding amounts; Processing the disbursement of royalties; Managing Finance Inbox (Email); Stationery ordering; Providing support to travellers using the QBT system; Lodging applications and cancellations of Travel cards; Preparing and lodging Business Activity Statements; Liaising with and responding to, the financial needs and expectations of internal and external stakeholders as required; Assisting with audits; Developing and maintaining finance process procedures; Assisting the finance team with other relevant duties as needed; and Interrogating the Financial Management Information System to answer queries as required. Selection Criteria In relation to the ‘Job Details’ listed above, concisely demonstrate your skills, experience and achievements against each of the following areas: The ability to perform accounts receivable, payable and/ or purchasing functions. The ability to apply a good understanding of the functionality of a FMIS, such as Technology One, to process financial transactions, and to investigate, analyse and report on financial information. Well-developed communication skills Strong client service focus and ability to develop productive working relationships. Personal drive and ensures quality assurance of own work. Desired Skills and Experience It is highly desirable that the successful applicant have: Tertiary accounting qualifications Experience in the use of computer-based accounting systems (preferably Technology One) Eligibility To be eligible for this position you must: Be an Australian Citizen; Satisfactorily complete an Australian Federal Police National Police Check; and Obtain and maintain an Australian Government Baseline Security Clearance. Assessment Process The assessment process for this position will include: A written statement of maximum 500 words demonstrating skills, experience and achievements Resume Referee checks Interview NFSA Cultural Values We welcome and encourage applications from people with disability, the LGBTIQ communities, from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia is committed to ensuring a child-safe and child-friendly environment. All employees are expected to demonstrate a commitment to, and support for these principles in theory and practice. Contact Officer Jodie Boarder | Financial Accountant E: jodie.boardernfsa.gov.au P: 02 6248 2173 • Mon, 03 JunNational Film and Sound Archive
Finance Manager » Netley, West Torrens Area - Permanent full-time position based in Netley, SA Supported career & skills development with an experienced senior management team and board Ready for your next career move? - Join one of Adelaide's leading eCommerce specialist 3PL providers. Are you seeking a role in a well-established company to continuously improve your existing capabilities and knowledge? This Finance Manager role with Adelaide Warehousing & Distribution Services (AWDS) will offer you variety, the ability to work within a friendly and close knit team, challenging yet rewarding demands, and a chance to introduce your own innovative ideas. You will contribute significantly to the organisation's success and gain invaluable experience and exposure to all aspects of the business. About the Opportunity As the Finance Manager, you will assist in leading the finance function of the AWDS Group. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, you will be a key member of the management team. You will be set up to succeed with the additional support of the current Chief Financial Officer, who is taking a bit of a step back from the role. The role covers a wide area of responsibilities including, but not limited to: Assist in leading the development of the finance team, ensuring the implementation of efficient general accounting, tax, reporting and cash management activities. Financial management across all AWDS financial processes including payroll, month and year-end, BAS & GST returns preparation of monthly and year-end financial reports of the Group, Profit and Loss and Balance sheet, including budgeting and forecasting, and statutory and taxation compliance. Manage and oversee tenders, quotations, and contracts Insurance renewals and claims About You This role is all about growth for both yourself and AWDS. We are looking for innovative candidates with big ideas that are looking for a chance to put them on the Director’s desk. You will Hold a relevant tertiary qualification/degree At least 3 years experience in finance roles. Have demonstrated knowledge of finance and business management systems The ability to provide timely and accurate financial information for decision-making purposes Strong focus on continuous improvement and innovation within finance. Be highly proficient with Microsoft applications Demonstrate strong leadership capability and a strong customer focus. Experience with Sybiz, Xero and/or Access Micropay would be highly regarded (not essential) About Our Client Adelaide Warehouse & Distribution Services (AWDS) is an independently owned and operated Third Party Logistics (3PL) company that has operated for over 30 years. AWDS is proud to locally employ over 50 dedicated, experienced, and professionally trained logistics managers and warehouse personnel, many of which have worked for AWDS for more than 10 years. AWDS provides customised solutions to each client’s unique storage and distribution needs. Their tried and tested approach provides their clients with a highly flexible and professional logistics partner that is nimble enough to adapt to their evolving business needs. For more information, view their website https://awds.com.au/ We've shared the client's name to help you assess your suitability for the role. Please DO NOT contact them directly. Apply Now If you have any queries please email humans(at)humanologyrecruit.com.au in the first instance, or call 1300 2 HUMAN. To apply, please ensure you click the Apply button , upload a CV and cover letter contained in one document. Please do not email your CV . All applications MUST be made online. The position description is also available to download when you click 'apply'. Please Note: Our recruitment process will keep you regularly informed of the progress of your application. Please ensure that you check your email for updates (including your junk mail folder). Applications will remain open until a suitable candidate is appointed. • Mon, 03 JunHumanology
Group Chief Executive Officer » Brisbane, QLD - , as Group Chief Executive Officer you will lead the transformation of the group to deliver commercial, strategic and operational... and high performing leadership and business teams and role model effective leadership behaviours Successfully manage financial... • Mon, 03 JunDean & Ling Executive
Finance Office Manager » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Toowoomba region Job ad reference QLD/DD2405567799 Closing date 13-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Jane Ranger Contact details (07) 4699 8405 Access the National Relay Service About the Role You will provide high level support and advice to the CFO. The role is responsible for liaising with the DDH Executive Management team, Director-General's office, senior executives in the public and private sector, and a range of internal and external clients to facilitate administrative and executive matters relating to DDHHS Chief Finance Officer. Why Darling Downs Health Darling Downs Health's region is a large geographic area covering approximately 90,000 square kilometres. We are one of the largest employers in the region, with a diverse team of more than 6,000 staff. We deliver frontline health services across our 28 facilities and treat more than 85,000 admissions to hospital, see greater than 158,000 people through our Emergency Departments, support the birth of almost 3,000 babies and perform more than 19,000 breastscreens. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas throughout our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work culture that values and respects diversity in the workplace. We also believe that all our employees should be treated fairly, with dignity and with respect. Darling Downs Health is committed to providing a safe, secure and supportive workplace that aligns with our values of Compassion, Integrity, Dignity, Innovation and Courage. As a Darling Downs Health employee, you will receive competitive remuneration and have access to: A wellness program; Generous superannuation; Flexible work arrangements; Career training and development; and Salary packaging. How to Apply For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description which provides information on how to apply and outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for the successful applicant. Please provide a current CV or resume and a short statement (maximum 2 pages) on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and personal qualities are relevant for the role to allow the panel to assess your suitability. WorkDDHHS therightfit Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For more information about Darling Downs Health, please go to www.health.qld.gov.au/darlingdowns Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Candidate Application Guide (PDF, 198KB) Application Kit Join Darling Downs Health Team v3 (PDF, 6.09MB) Information Package for Applicants DD2405567799 Role Description (PDF, 397KB) Role Description • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Chief Financial Officer » Melbourne, VIC - : Providing leadership, direction, and management of the finance team. Overseeing the processes for financial forecasting... and budgets, and preparation of all financial reporting - both internal and external compliance reporting. Overseeing development... • Sat, 01 JunPage Executive$220000 per year
Chief Customer Data and Analytics Officer - South Bank, QLD » Queensland - to see'. Every day, we give people all around the world the opportunity to experience something amazing - travel! As the Chief Data... and Analytics Officer for Global Leisure, you will hold the most senior position across Global Leisure's data assets. Your primary... • Sat, 01 JunFlight Centre
Chief Executive Officer » Port Hedland, WA - meetings, as well as effective promotion of the aims and objectives of KAC. 2) Financial Management of KAC: * Ensuring... compiled and submitted within required timeframes. Responsibility for preparation and submission of all KAC financial reports... • Sat, 01 JunKariyarra Aboriginal Corporation
Business Performance & Data Analystics Manager » Perth CBD, Perth - Hawaiian is a leading Western Australian property company with an extensive portfolio which includes shopping centres, office buildings and hospitality assets, employing a team of over 100 people. At Hawaiian our purpose and values are clear - To Enrich people’s lives through places and experiences and we are Passionate, Considerate, Collaborative and Curious . Hawaiian is proud to be a leading WA employer and we invite you to consider Hawaiian in your career journey. An exciting opportunity has arisen to undertake the role of Business Performance & Analystics Manager on a permanent basis. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer the successful candidate will be responsible for but not limited to: Leading developing and maintaining the 3-year data and analytics strategy as a critical success factor for Hawaiian. Continuous improvement, and maintenance of Data and Analytics platforms (ie. Power BI reports and dashboards, Data Models, Data Warehouse). Leading and managing the Business Intelligence team to deliver the Hawaiian strategy. Organise and interrogate financial, marketing, sales and traffic, leasing, capital projects, and people and culture data to extract and present business and strategic insights. Consolidate and ensure data is accessible, integrated, understandable, and usable for yearly, quarterly, and monthly reporting processes. Support improvement of operating model (tools, process, systems) to enable strategy execution, eg. Power BI, Centre iQ Neighbourhood, Verkada. Coordinate reporting and presentations related macroeconomic issues, and/or inter-departmental projects. Leader and Promoter of the further adoption of data intelligence function in the business. Strong collaboration across the business including GM’s, department leads and working with the market research analysts to collaborate and collect live market data and share insights to inform optimal business decisions. Compile research findings and analysis reporting as required. Skills and Attributes you will posess Bachelor’s degree in areas of Business Intelligence and Analytics, Computer Science, Finance or comparable is highly desirable - or demonstrated equivalent experience Bachelor’s Degree in a Business or Marketing discipline preferred. 1-2 years practical experience leading a team that spans Business Intelligence/Business Analysis/Reporting. Excellent ability in data gathering requirements. Advanced to expert experience with BI reporting tools (e.g. Power BI). Advanced to expert experience in MS Excel High level of programming in relevant languages such as SQL, R, Python. Demonstrated experience with projects involving systems integration using APIs. Well-developed planning and organisation skills including the ability to effectively prioritise and manage multiple deadlines whilst delivering accurate and quality work. Well-developed problem solving, analytical and conceptual skills with ability to develop creative solutions to problems, identify the need for improvement and implement change. Demonstrated initiative with the ability to exercise judgment and resolve issues independently If you meet the above criteria for this exceptional opportunity and you are looking for a rewarding career in Finance, please submit your CV and Cover Letter of interest now. • Sat, 01 JunHawaiian
Corporate Accountant » Perth CBD, Perth - Hawaiian is a leading Western Australian property company with an extensive portfolio which includes shopping centres, office buildings and hospitality assets. At Hawaiian our purpose is clear - To Enrich people’s lives through our places and experiences . We are Passionate, Considerate, Collaborative and Curious . Hawaiian is proud to be a leading WA employer and we invite you to consider Hawaiian in your career journey. With an innovative approach to business and strong company values, Hawaiian proudly services and supports the WA community. Through our many programs and partnerships, we aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people in our communities. An outstanding opportunity has arisen within our Finance team to undertake the full-time role of Corporate Accountant reporting to the Financial Controller Prepare month end company financial reports with budget variance analysis commentaries. Prepare month end Balance Sheet reconciliations, supporting work papers and maintenance of financial account accuracy. Prepare tax returns for the Hawaiian group entities and liaise with tax advisors on various tax compliance requirements. Responsible for long-term tax planning (Div 7A, Franking Credits, Dividend and Distributions). Maintenance of fixed asset register and depreciation calculations for Hawaiian group entities. Prepare annual company statutory financial reports, co-ordinate year end audit and liaise with auditors. Responsible for Australian Bureau of Statistic reporting. Accounts Payable and preparing corporate payment runs. Accounts Receivable and raising invoices. Liaise with Trust Accounting providers to ensure the accurate and timely provision of property financial data. Liaise with the CFO, Financial Controller and Accounting Team to ensure timely and accurate financial reporting is available for consolidation in the Group’s monthly reports. Support the Financial Controller and the Chief Financial Officer in other ad-hoc projects or priorities as required. Qualifications, Skills and Attributes: Professional accounting qualifications (CA or CPA qualified or near qualified). Accounting and tax experience in a commercial environment. Proficient in Excel and Word. Highly developed conceptual and analytical skills with the ability to work with other departmental staff to understand business and operational issues and how these apply in a financial context. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated initiative with the ability to exercise judgment and resolve issues independently. Well-developed planning and organisation skills including the ability to effectively prioritise and manage multiple deadlines whilst delivering accurate and quality work. Big four audit/work experience. If you meet the criteria for this exceptional opportunity and want to work with people that care about their community, please submit your interest now. • Sat, 01 JunHawaiian
Front Desk Officer - Health Information Services | Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Front Desk Officer - Health Information Services Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency Closes: 07 June 2024 Classification: Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 Salary: $64,744 - $78,177 plus superannuation Position No: 25132 - 02HYK Directorate: Canberra Health Services Advertised (Gazettal date): 29 May 2024 Contact Officer: Robyn Lunt on Robyn.Luntact.gov.au or 51243331 What can we offer you: City living without the traffic - click here to see why you should live in Canberra. Competitive pay rates and excellent working conditions within a tertiary hospital. Salary Packaging with many options that provide full fringe benefits tax concessions. Flexible working conditions. 11.5% Superannuation. Reimbursement of relocation expenses for interstate candidates (subject to review and approval). About the Role: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Branch is led by the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who reports to the Chief Executive officer of Canberra health Services. The CFO Branch is responsible for the development and maintenance of budgets, financial management, and for providing strong operational finance and performance reporting analysis across the health service. The main sub-units within the CFO branch include the Financial Management Unit, Revenue and Financial Services, Patients Accounts, and Health Information Services. Health Information Services (HIS) provides a range of services including clinical record scanning and management, clinical coding and casemix data generation, patient identifier maintenance, clinical record forms design and managing access to personal health information to facilitate patient care and follow-up, for research, quality improvement, education, and hospital management purposes. Under general direction of the Director, Health Information Service Front Desk is responsible for coordinating all activities at the department's reception, including answering all telephone calls from members of the public, health professional staff, solicitors, police etc and actioning or re-directing as appropriate, responding to email requests, responding to all face-to-face enquiries from members of the public and health professional staff. For more information regarding the position duties click here for the Position Description. Please note prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check. For more information on this position and how to apply "click here" Canberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website. Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind CHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as LGBTQIA are particularly encouraged to apply. Canberra Hospital Expansion Project - CHS is constructing a new critical services building called 'Building 5' which is a 44,000sqm nine storey building specifically designed to deliver state-of-the-art acute clinical services at the Canberra Hospital. Building 5 is the largest healthcare infrastructure project undertaken in the Territory's history and it represents the largest clinical and operational change program to ever be implemented by Canberra Health Services. Building 5 integrates with a number of existing buildings at the Campus including Building 1 and Building 2, to facilitate a seamless public thoroughfare, patient transportation and back-of-house logistics distribution. North Canberra Hospital - As of 3 July 2023 Calvary Public Hospital Bruce transitioned to CHS and became North Canberra Hospital. The transition will deliver a health system networked under one provider and will provide increased workforce opportunities for staff at both CHS sites. The ACT Government will be building a new northside hospital on the existing hospital campus in Bruce to meet the growing health care needs of our community, with construction to commence mid-decade providing more beds, increased services, and increased career opportunities. LI-DNI • Sat, 01 JunAustralian Capital Territory Government
AO5 Senior Finance Officer | Ipswich Location | Immediate Start » Ipswich Region, Queensland - Join a leading government entity as a Senior Finance Officer Leverage your SAP expertise and financial skills in a collaborative team in Ipswich About our Client Our Client is a well respected, fast-moving and innovative government entity. They are looking for an experienced Senior Finance Officer to join their team on an initial 5-month contract with a possibility of extension. Based in Ipswich, experience a workspace that supports and improves information sharing, stakeholder engagement, collaboration and productivity. About the Role As the Senior Finance Officer, you will: Assist in month end reporting and financial requirements including journals, preparation of reports, analysis of results, acquittals and cost centre maintenance EOM Reporting Manage monthly balance sheet reconciliations Act as the main liaison officer with the shared services division Ensure the work unit’s operations comply with relevant legislation, directives, delegations and policies. Assist the Chief Financial Officer with scheduled reporting and auditing Manage and delegate general finance queries from both internal and external stakeholders Contribute to maintenance of budgets As the successful candidate, you will Demonstrate previous experience in an equivalent or similar role, preferably in a government setting Possess advanced reporting capabilities in SAP Demonstrate exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills Be proactive, driven and be able to provide strong references What's in it for you? Generous hourly rate Exceptional team Fantastic work life balance Meaningful work A great role with a well respected Government entity Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity Submit your current resume in WORD format via the appropriate link. No cover letter is required. We look forward to reviewing your application. Kingston Human Capital are proud to support Government. Our Accounting Recruitment team recruit - Management Accountants, Business Analysts, Financial Accountants, Tax Officers, Finance Officers, Asset Accountants, Accounts Reconciliations Officers, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable Vanessa Grace Talent Acquisition Specialist Kingston Human Capital Phone: 07 3053 5736 • Fri, 31 MayKingston Human Capital
Chief Risk Officer » North Sydney, NSW - decision-making. About this role A great opportunity exists as Chief Risk Officer, Australia reporting to the Regional Head... impacts to the company's reputation, safety, security, and financial sustainability, at organisational, segment, project... • Fri, 31 MayZurich
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Risk and Compliance Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - cs0768085 Risk and Compliance Officer https://www.educationcareer.net.au/jobs/3376-brisbane-girls-grammar-school/68085 Risk and Compliance Officer Brisbane Girls Grammar School At Girls Grammar, our expert, dedicated staff set the highest standards for education. We would not be one of Australia’s leading girls’ schools without our staff, who believe firmly in the transformative power of a broad, liberal education. The BGGS community is warm, collegial, and united by a deep commitment to the education of girls and young women. About the role Brisbane Girls Grammar School welcomes applications for a part-time (.6FTE), two years, fixed-term position as a Risk and Compliance Advisor. The Risk and Compliance Advisor will report to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and be responsible for ensuring that the School's Enterprise Risk and Management Framework complies with current legal and regulatory obligations. The successful candidate will work with the CFO to develop and implement best practice strategies across compliance, risk, and safety, aiming to increase maturity and manage risk and compliance for the School. The role will involve reporting, reviewing, and recording control assurance for the School's Enterprise Risk Management Framework, including Health & Safety, to drive continuous improvement. You will require the following: Tertiary qualifications in Risk Management or Business Administration Strong understanding and application of Australian Risk Management Standards Ability to interpret legislation and translate information for key stakeholders Advanced computer skills, including a sound understanding of the Microsoft Office suite Well-developed written and oral communication skills, including strong report writing Ability to acquire and maintain a Positive Working with Children Check (Blue Card). Why work for us? Staff at Girls Grammar have access to a range of employee benefits, including: a collegial and supportive working environment competitive salary 13.75% superannuation (increasing to 14.25%) professional development opportunities inclusion in the School’s Salary Continuance Plan (eligible staff) generous long service and paid parental leave (eligible staff) an active Social Club, with events and activities offered throughout the year wellbeing services, including Mindfulness and Employee Assistance programs excellent facilities with innovative technology. Please visit our Careers site to apply and view the Position Description. For further information, please contact Brigitte Bickham, our Human Resources Manager, on 07 3332 1307. Apply now—We look forward to hearing from you. The closing date for applications is 9 am, Monday 17 June 2024. Interviews may be conducted throughout the advertising period, and interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. BRISBANE QLD Brisbane Girls Grammar School Teaching Jobs 31/05/2024 17/06/2024 • Fri, 31 MayBrisbane Girls Grammar School
Finance Business Partners (APS6, EL1) » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The role of the Finance Business Partners (APS6, EL1) is to deliver customer focused, fit-for-purpose and professional financial management and budgeting services on behalf of the Chief Financial Officer, to Senior Executives and staff, particularly on complex matters such as financial planning, forecasting, costing and reporting. The key duties of the position include Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Finance Business Partner (APS6) is responsible for: Supporting business areas to manage financial resources in the immediate and longer term, ensuring the financial sustainability and sound financial management of their function. Providing quality finance advice on the development and regular reporting of budgets/forecasts, financial performance responsibilities and process improvements in accordance with financial policies. Supporting business stakeholders on developing and updating monthly financial forecasts including operating and staffing. Providing financial reports to Group Executives, including detailed analyses of monthly financial results. Undertaking end of month financial activities by preparing journals and variance commentary for both departmental and administered programs. Undertaking cost centre maintenance and budget transfers in response to business restructures. Providing financial management and budget training to business areas. Reporting to the Director, the Finance Business Partner (EL1) is responsible for: Providing strategic financial advice to Group Executives on managing the financial resources within their control in the immediate and longer term. Ensuring the financial sustainability and sound financial management of their function. Supporting Group Executives to allocate approved budgets, and working with business areas to build their bottom-up budget. Providing expert financial assistance and advice on the development and regular reporting of budgets/forecasts, financial performance responsibilities and process improvements in accordance with financial policies. Collaborating with business stakeholders to develop monthly financial forecasts, including operating, capital and staffing. Discussing financial and budget management issues and risks in regular financial meetings with business areas and key stakeholders. Managing end of month financial activities, and representing the team in the monthly financial roundtable meeting. Co-ordinating financial inputs into divisional reporting requirements including the annual report, senate estimates, questions on notice and ministerial briefings. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Finance Office Manager » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - About the Role You will provide high level support and advice to the CFO. The role is responsible for liaising with the DDH Executive Management team, Director-General's office, senior executives in the public and private sector, and a range of internal and external clients to facilitate administrative and executive matters relating to DDHHS Chief Finance Officer. Why Darling Downs Health Darling Downs Health's region is a large geographic area covering approximately 90,000 square kilometres. We are one of the largest employers in the region, with a diverse team of more than 6,000 staff. We deliver frontline health services across our 28 facilities and treat more than 85,000 admissions to hospital, see greater than 158,000 people through our Emergency Departments, support the birth of almost 3,000 babies and perform more than 19,000 breastscreens. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas throughout our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work culture that values and respects diversity in the workplace. We also believe that all our employees should be treated fairly, with dignity and with respect. Darling Downs Health is committed to providing a safe, secure and supportive workplace that aligns with our values of Compassion, Integrity, Dignity, Innovation and Courage. As a Darling Downs Health employee, you will receive competitive remuneration and have access to: A wellness program; Generous superannuation; Flexible work arrangements; Career training and development; and Salary packaging. How to Apply For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description which provides information on how to apply and outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for the successful applicant. Please provide a current CV or resume and a short statement (maximum 2 pages) on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and personal qualities are relevant for the role to allow the panel to assess your suitability. WorkDDHHS therightfit • Fri, 31 MayQueensland Government
People & Culture Coordinator (PT) » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - KeyInvest are seeking a part time People & Culture Coordinator to join their dynamic team. Company Overview Established in 1878, KeyInvest is a leading financial services organisation specialising in tax-effective wealth management solutions, with the ultimate goal of helping Australians secure their future. With extensive knowledge and experience, the KeyInvest team is dedicated to providing the best service and committed to working with members to grow and manage wealth through all stages of life. KeyInvest is now seeking a motivated People & Culture Coordinator to join their team on a part time basis and support its future growth. Role Overview Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer/Head of HR, this role involves the overall coordination and day-to-day support of the business through HR-related activities. Key responsibilities include recruitment and selection, induction and training, workplace health and safety, performance management activities, preparing employment documentation, and maintaining company records. The People & Culture Coordinator will also ensure compliance with relevant legislative requirements, as well as develop and deliver ER and IR training activities to support staff in their development. Skills, Knowledge, Experience The successful candidate must have tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Management and have proven experience working in a similar generalist HR position. This role will require the candidate to have a demonstrated ability to provide accurate documentation through attention to detail along with possessing a sound understanding of Office 365 and HRIS systems. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and time management skills with the ability to work autonomously whilst effectively managing competing priorities. This role requires an individual that has excellent organisational skills coupled with strong problem solving abilities. Applications To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Andrew Sullivan on 0417 859 004. Applications close on Friday 14 June 2024. • Fri, 31 MaySULLIVAN Consulting
Executive Support Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide high level administrative and co-ordination support to the Chief Financial Officer and assist with the timely preparation, collation and quality control of Ministerial, policy documentation and general correspondence, internal and external reporting and data collection, including NT budgetary cycle requirements. • Fri, 31 MayNorthern Territory Government
National Procurement Manager - Ingleburn » Lockhart, Lockhart Area - Responsible for managing the procurement process for a variety of goods and services across all branches. About the Company: Supagas is a fast growing national, leading supplier of cylinder gases such as LPG, Industrial Gases, Hospitality Gases, Medical Gases and Helium. Our Vision for Safety is THINK SAFE, WORK SAFE, LIVE SAFE. We are rapidly building a reputation for growth and success based on an exceptional "YES WE CAN" customer service offering and quality product in the highly competitive market. About the Role: We currently have an opportunity available for a National Procurement Manager at our Ingleburn branch. This role will be responsible for managing the procurement process for a variety of goods and services, excluding gases, across all branches. This role will play a crucial part in ensuring the efficient and cost-effective sourcing of materials and services to support Supagas' operations and strategic objectives. The role is full time and permanent, working within a close-knit team environment and reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. Key Duties and Responsibilities Include: Develop and implement procurement strategies aligned with the company's operational requirements. Build and maintain strong relationships with suppliers, negotiating favourable terms and agreements. Monitor supplier performance and compliance with contractual obligations. Provide leadership and guidance to the procurement team, consisting of a Purchasing Officer and a Shipping and Administration Officer. Manage procurement contracts and agreements, ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Identify and mitigate procurement-related risks as well as develop contingency plans to ensure continuity of supply. Continuously review and streamline procurement processes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. Benefits: A friendly and supportive team environment Company reward and recognition program Professional learning and development opportunities Opportunities for career progression Employee Assistance Program and Wellbeing initiatives Key Skills and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in related field. Master's degree or relevant professional certification. Proven experience in procurement management, preferably in a manufacturing or distribution environment. A solid mechanical background would be an advantage. Strong negotiation and contract management skills An understanding of the end-to-end process regarding the importation of materials and goods into Australia. Excellent leadership and team management abilities. Sound knowledge of procurement principles, practices, and regulatory requirements. Most importantly at Supagas we value attitude above all else. We are looking for the next team player to embody the 'Yes We Can' ethos If you possess the skills and experience detailed above and this sounds like the position you’ve been looking for, please apply below Please note: only applicants shortlisted for this role will be contacted • Thu, 30 MaySupagas Pty Ltd
Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer » Sydney, NSW - most prestigious client portfolios. Under the leadership of a powerful and dynamic Chief Operating Officer, the company thrives in.... Working closely with the Chief Operating Officer, this role offers a fantastic opportunity to advance your career as both the... • Thu, 30 MayEST10
Assistant Accountant » Fairfield Heights, Fairfield Area - At Komatsu Australia you’ll be part of an inclusive culture where all our people thrive, reflected in our purpose: creating value together . We encourage people with diverse backgrounds to apply for this role. The Opportunity: Supporting the Chief Financial Officer, Finance Reporting Manager, and other accounting staff the Assistant Accountant will perform accounting, reporting, budgeting and forecasting activities for the company to meet management and statutory accounting requirements. Key responsibilities: Satisfy all different levels of CAPEX requirements in an efficient way through proper query, analysis, reconciliation, document, and budget control. Manage the effective procedure of intercompany recharges which includes monitoring payment on time and solving queries and issues. Support Masterdata analyst in sharing the workload of vendor master and can support customer master if required. Maintain accuracy of freight reporting and reconciliations by liaising with the Supply Chain Team and posting all journals in a timely basis. Assist in presenting accurate monthly P&L and Balance sheet report by posting precise accrual journals and investing of monthly capacity costs expenditure. Enhance company internal controls by perform various SOX testing and response to all further queries. Ensure yearly budget process been done in accurate manner by following budget procedure and analysing adequately. Assist month end reporting tasks instructed by Finance Reporting Manager and ensure all tasks and reports been completed on time. Role Located: Fairfield What we are looking for: Working knowledge of SAP and Microsoft Dynamics Attention to Detail. Strong/intermediate Excel skills. Qualifications: Degree qualification in accounting. Membership CPA, CA or ICAA or studying towards the attainment of such. Ready to get started? Simply hit the apply now button Komatsu offers a zero-harm culture in the workplace and competitive remuneration package. We employ people with different skills, abilities, cultural backgrounds, experiences, preferences, ethnicities and from different generations. Komatsu is endorsed by Work180 and committed to a workplace where women can thrive. • Thu, 30 MayKomatsu
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Corporate Services » Australia - Outstanding career opportunity East Gippsland's leading healthcare provider Fabulous regional and lifestyle location A dynamic and strategic leader is sought to join the BRHS Executive team to drive the achievement of effective corporate service/financial strategies across the organisation. This position offers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a challenging role in a multifaceted environment. Be part of a dynamic team and build your professional career. A split of the portfolio may be considered with Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Services responsibility. The position: In this role you will lead the delivery of high-quality corporate services to the organisation and ensure effective finance and information management systems are in place. A key responsibility of this role is to ensure the provision of financial intelligence to the organisation to ensure business continuity, policy and legislative compliance and informed decision making. As part of the Executive team, you will hold organisational governance responsibilities as well as playing a significant role in the achievement of strategic organisational objectives. As per the position description, you will manage a broad range of presentations which will value add your capabilities. The Organisation: BRHS provides a comprehensive array of health care to East Gippsland community. With a workforce of approximately 950 staff and recently embedded Strategic, Service and Master Plans, this is an evolving time for the organisation providing great opportunity for change, innovation and service development. Key requirements: Relevant bachelor degree and post graduate qualifications – CA or CPA. Minimum 5 years' post-graduate experience in a financial management role and at least 3 years' experience in a senior management or executive role in a complex organization. Demonstrated knowledge, expertise and experience in all areas of financial management practices. A dynamic leader with the proven ability to influence people at all levels of the organization. Benefits on offer: A competitive remuneration package and extensive salary packaging in accordance with the Government Sector Executive Remuneration Panel policy. Generous conditions including ability to access purchased leave, above average long service leave accrual and flexible working arrangements. Accommodation and relocation assistance. An amazing work/life balance living on the Gippsland Lakes in a stunning and friendly part of Victoria. World-class beaches and lakes, local food and farm scene, affordable housing and no commute For further information please contact: Robyn Hayles, CEO on 03 5150 3414 or robyn.haylesbrhs.com.au Applications are to be submitted by selecting “Apply Now” and are to include: A letter of interest and resume (including two professional referees), A response to the key selection criteria as specified in the position description Applications close: Sunday 23 June 2024 and are to be submitted at www.brhs.com.au To learn about our full range of organisational benefits and living in East Gippsland go to: Careers | Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (brhs.com.au) • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER » Melbourne, VIC - afford to rent. About the role The Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) plays a crucial role in achieving the strategic goals... sustainable financial and commercial success About the organisation Launch Housing is Melbourne's premier community housing... • Wed, 29 MaySHK
Chief Operating Officer » Queensland - Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a key member of the Executive Leadership Team and supports the..., you will be well versed in asset portfolio management, change management, financial forecasting, and budget management. You will possess... • Wed, 29 MaySharp & Carter
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Executive Level 2 - Director, Financial Management Division (Several Positions) » Australia - Several positions exist within Financial Management Division reporting to the Deputy Chief Financial Officer, and Assistant Secretary, Finance Business Support. The key duties of the position include Director, Administered Accounting Section (Finance Branch) • Lead a section of professional accountants in providing management accounting advice, including the modelling, analysis and forecasting of Administered funding at a whole of Departmental level. • Provide high level support to the Administered Program Board and other departmental committees related to the management of the Department's Administered funding, including providing options to the Minister for possible reprioritisation of funding decisions. • Provide a support and maintenance role for the Department's Forecasting and Budgeting System. • Establish and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external clients, service providers and stakeholders. Director, Finance Business Partner (Finance Business Support Branch) • Provide specialist accounting, budgeting and financial advice, services and support, including the creation, analysis and review of financial reports and forecasts. • Develop, test, implement and maintain systems and processes for accounting and finance service delivery. • Prepare a range of correspondence, and quality assure all financial information, including departmental briefs and corporate documentation, including complex manuals, financial statements and reports, guidelines and policies. • Administer work improvement initiatives and make recommendations for improved work systems and practices with respect to accounting and finance service delivery. • Establish and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external clients, service providers and stakeholders. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) » Sydney, Sydney Region - About Bloc Bloc is a construction and development firm originating from Canberra. With operations in ACT and NSW, Bloc specialises in high-end residential, commercial and retail projects. Bloc have an outstanding reputation for the highest of quality, and have grown above the $300M threshold as a reporting entity. They are a private company with a performance-driven culture achieving best in class through an ethos of continuous improvement, precision, and unwavering commitment to quality. Bloc have built many iconic buildings in Canberra and deliver a broad spectrum of developments including commercial, residential and retail / refurbishment. They are also very active in the development space, partnering with investors to deliver between 5 – 8 projects at any given time. HorizonOne have recruited for Bloc’s corporate team for over 10 years and know them to be an exceptional company and employer with a strong finance team and positive culture. The Opportunity The CFO is an integral member of the leadership team and works closely with the Board and Senior Management to deliver the objectives of the company. This is an opportunity to join a very well established, very profitable and professional construction/development business with strong relationships built on trust with some of Canberra’s most prominent developers. There is a wide range of challenges to get your teeth into as they look to continuously improve and evolve as a business. Given their size (120 staff and $300M annual turnover), Bloc qualify for annual ASIC audits and are continuously improving their governance and risk management practices in line with best practice. The CFO has a key role leading Board meetings and is involved in the strategy of the business, especially in executing on development investments. The Role The CFO will work closely with the Directors in structuring the financial affairs and corporate governance of the group in a way that accurately informs the business to make astute commercial decisions. The role will lead the finance function including cash/financial planning and budgeting, and will oversee corporate operations including IT, the Office and Human Resource Management. The role will ensure the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve company assets and report accurate financial results. Key responsibilities include: Provide leadership, direction and management to the finance and accounting team Chair Board meetings and provide financial strategic recommendations including via Board reporting. Provide advice on long term business and financial planning Manage processes for financial forecasting, including preparation of budgets and cash flows Oversee the preparation of all financial reporting including management accounts, annual consolidated financial statements, and manage the audit process Oversee the preparation of all taxation returns and work closely with the external accountants on tax compliance and planning Assist with implementing feasibilities into new projects including the preparation of cash flows, calculation of rates of return and determination of capital requirements as well as the provision of advice on optimum financial and legal structures Management of the Company’s cash flow and capital requirements including securing the necessary project finance Establish, develop and maintain positive working relationships with the Board, Executive, Shareholders, Financiers, Auditors, Accountants and other stakeholders Oversee and maintain the Company’s corporate systems and make recommendations on improvements and enhancements The Ideal Person To be successful in this role you will have a minimum 2 - 3 years’ experience in a CFO/FC role of a medium or large business requiring sophisticated, strategic financial leadership. Tax/Business services professionals from Director level up may also be considered if they have extensive experience in property / construction / development businesses. You will pride yourself on your strong technical background, and ability to think strategically as you help guide the financial future for an organisation. You will be a skilled leader with exceptional communication skills and strong commercial acumen, with the ability to influence and engage across levels. This opportunity will reward an energetic, driven and committed CPA/CA with opportunities to enhance your professional, personal and financial future. Salary / Rate Circa $250k Super Incentives (negotiable) Free parking Generous, unique employee benefits (e.g. in-house chef) This position is located in the head office in Yarralumla, Canberra How to Apply This role is available Exclusively through HorizonOne To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Alan Larby on 02 6108 4878 quoting ref no. 19235 HorizonOne is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from people of all cultures, capabilities and backgrounds. • Wed, 29 MayHorizonOne
Chief Executive Officer » Carnarvon, WA - long-term sustainability throughout the region. Oversee the management of resources, including budgeting, financial... management of physical and financial resources, budgets and other assets. Proven ability in efficient project management... • Tue, 28 MayShire of Carnarvon
Chief Executive Officer - New Farm Clinic » New Farm, QLD - and organisational change. Deep financial management expertise. Proficiency in team building, people development, and in achieving high... services, legal and financial assistance. Flexible Leave Program: purchase additional annual leave. Requirements... • Mon, 27 MayRamsay Health Care
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Chief Financial Officer » Queensland - infrastructure assets in Queensland, is looking to appoint an experienced financial professional to the role of Chief Financial... Officer to assist the CEO in implementing new initiatives that will positively impact both financial and operational... • Sat, 25 MayHudson
Chief Financial Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - This CFO role is currently responsible for a small team that assists with the efficient operation of the Finance and Corporate Services functions. Additional responsibilities extend to managing risk, assisting with the negotiation of commercial arrangements, contract management and supporting new infrastructure projects and business opportunities. Broad Senior Management role Unique career opportunity Competitive base super bonus Our client, a successful and profitable owner of key infrastructure assets in Queensland, is looking to appoint an experienced financial professional to the role of Chief Financial Officer to assist the CEO in implementing new initiatives that will positively impact both financial and operational performance. This listed company is a well-established Brisbane based entity with an excellent reputation along with strong relationships with its shareholders, customers, and sector stakeholders. The outlook for the business is positive with the company continuing to deliver strong financial performances whilst remaining focused on its strategic objectives of customer service and transformation of its operations. Reporting to the Chief Executive, this senior role is part of the Management Team which will lead the transformation of this business over the coming years. The successful applicant will oversee an expanded finance team, a new organisational structure, implementation of new systems and processes and the selection and introduction of a new finance system. This role also has extensive exposure to the Board of Directors including attendance at Board and Committee Meetings along with the Annual General Meeting and plays a key role in supporting the effective operation of these functions. The role is currently responsible for a small team that assists with the efficient operation of the Finance and Corporate Services functions. Additional responsibilities extend to managing risk, assisting with the negotiation of commercial arrangements, contract management and supporting new infrastructure projects and business opportunities. The ideal candidate will be an experienced leader with a successful track record managing the finance function for an organisation with an annual turnover of at least $50 million and significant capital assets. Evidence of leading change in finance systems and processes, or similar, would be well regarded. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate strong presentation and communication skills with the ability to engage effectively from the Boardroom to the work site, coupled with experience in commercial negotiation, contract management and exposure to strategic planning. Experience in a listed company setting would be an advantage. The ability to manage to tight deadlines, ensure the accuracy and integrity of the results delivered, a willingness to mentor and develop team capability, are all critical requirements for the role. CPA or CA is required for this role, and whilst AICD membership is preferred it's not mandatory. The successful candidate will need to be aligned with the company's values which include innovation, customer service and integrity and a willingness to collaborate. The role is based in Brisbane CBD offices, attracts a senior executive remuneration package including a competitive base salary, superannuation as well as a generous bonus. If you would like further information about the role including the more detailed Candidate Information Brief, please contact: In CONFIDENCE: Penny Smythe on 07 31855357 or 0415 102 473 or email penny.smythehudson.com Job Reference 238332 Alternatively, to submit your application, in strict confidence, please use the Apply Now link. Please note your application should include a Cover Letter (no more than 2 A4 pages please) that addresses the Key Selection Criteria listed in the last paragraphs of this advertisement. JOB APPLICATIONS CLOSE Midnight Wednesday 12 June 2024. • Sat, 25 MayHudson Australia
Procurement Manager » Australia - THE OPPORTUNITY Salary: $99,593 - $108,490 per annum pro rata 11% super leave loading (dependent on qualifications and experience) Time Fraction: Full Time, 1.0 EFT. Location: Chadstone campus. WWCC: Appointment to this position is dependent on obtaining and maintaining an ‘employee’ Working with Children Check. Police Check: Appointment to this position is dependent on obtaining a Police Check. Position Status: Appointment until 30 th August 2024, with the possibility of an extension. The Chief Financial Officer portfolio is seeking a Procurement Manager. Your responsibilities will be to ensure adherence to the Institute’s Procurement and Tendering Rule, the Victorian Government’s Social Procurement Framework, Contract Management and related policies. In addition, your role will include managing all Purchasing department activities and fostering collaboration with Institute faculties and key suppliers for optimal cost efficiency. Join us in driving excellence and compliance in procurement practices ABOUT YOU Extensive knowledge of procurement and tendering policies, procedures, and processes. Experience in procurement and tendering including dealing with government departments and suppliers at all levels. Knowledge of Victorian government procurement and tendering requirements. Ability to manage projects and contracts. Ability to adapt to a changing environment and handle multiple priorities whilst leading, motivating and managing a team. Relevant diploma or equivalent combination of education and extensive experience. Ability work independently, build strong working relationships and delegate effectively. ABOUT US Holmesglen is a leading education provider, valued by local and international learners, industry and the community. We are recognised for innovation in education and training, applied research, creativity and entrepreneurship. Our open, collaborative and quality-driven culture inspires learners and staff to excel. OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU Holmesglen is committed to continuing to provide a safe workplace and have put systems and support in place for all our employees to work and deliver safely and flexibly. Holmesglen is a child safe and equal opportunity employer. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people. We value diversity in our workforce and encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities, and identities to apply for roles within our organisation, including the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community. We provide our staff with: Employee Assistance Program Wellbeing programs Professional and career development opportunities Onsite parking and close proximity to public transport 14 weeks paid parental leave Flexibility to achieve work life balance Opportunities for all We commit to respond to every applicant. Employees attending certain workplace settings, including health and care facilities, may be required to be meet mandatory vaccination obligations. TO APPLY For further information relating to this opportunity and to view the position description , please click here . All applicants must attach a Resume and Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria (located on the last page of the Position Description). Please note, that incomplete applications may not be considered. Applications close at 11:59 pm Sunday, 9 th of June, 2024 Like to know more? Please contact Gulay Cuvegen at Gulay.Cuvegenholmesglen.edu.au For application queries, please contact recruitholmesglen.edu.au . If you require specific support to apply for this position, please contact the Human Resources Department on 03 9564 1813 and we will work with you to identify the best way to assist. • Sat, 25 May
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Chief Executive Officer » Portarlington, VIC - Leonards. Bellarine Bayside is seeking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced Chief Executive Officer. The key purpose... and leading the development of a new CMMP. Ensure effective and sustainable financial management of Bellarine Bayside. Building... • Fri, 24 May
Executive Assistant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Role As the Executive Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Strategy Officer & Chief People Officer, you will play a crucial role in supporting our executive leadership team and contributing to the overall success of Orora. The successful candidate will be a proactive and detail-oriented professional, capable of managing a wide range of administrative and executive support tasks. This role supports a global team, and will require you to occasionally work flexibly across international time zones. Key Responsibilities Calendar Management: Efficiently manage the CFO, CSO & CPO's schedule, coordinate meetings, and ensure timely attendance to key events. Communication: Serve as the primary point of contact between the CFO, CSO & CPO and internal/external stakeholders, demonstrating excellent written and verbal communication skills. Travel Coordination: Arrange and coordinate domestic and international travel itineraries, accommodations, and other logistics for the CFO, CSO & CPO. Document Preparation: Assist in the preparation and editing of reports, presentations, and financial documents. Confidentiality: Handle sensitive information with the utmost discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality. Meeting Coordination: Plan and organize meetings, including preparing agendas, distributing materials, and recording minutes when required. Expense Management: Manage and reconcile expense reports in a timely and accurate manner. Special Projects: Undertake special projects and assignments as directed by the CFO, CSO & CPO. About You Previous experience as an Executive Assistant or similar role, preferably supporting C-level executives Strong organizational and time-management skills with the ability to prioritize tasks effectively Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Outlook Calendar management and travel management systems Discretion and confidentiality are essential. Flexibility to work occasional after-hours that align with the French time zone How to Apply Click on the APPLY NOW link below. • Thu, 23 MayOrora
Chief Executive Officer » Melbourne, VIC - Join Yarraville Community Centre as the Chief Executive Officer and lead a dedicated team in empowering our vibrant... – CEO As the CEO, you will be managing the organisation's human, financial and physical resources to optimize educational... • Wed, 22 MayBeaumont People$133493 per year
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Chief Financial Officer (CFO) » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - For more information about this opportunity please visit our Candidate Information Page: https://bit.ly/4cd8oF5 About Bloc Bloc is a construction and development firm originating from Canberra. With operations in ACT and NSW, Bloc specialises in high-end residential, commercial and retail projects. Bloc have an outstanding reputation for the highest of quality, and have grown above the $300M threshold as a reporting entity. They are a private company with a performance-driven culture achieving best in class through an ethos of continuous improvement, precision, and unwavering commitment to quality. Bloc have built many iconic buildings in Canberra and deliver a broad spectrum of developments including commercial, residential and retail / refurbishment. They are also very active in the development space, partnering with investors to deliver between 5 – 8 projects at any given time. HorizonOne have recruited for Bloc’s corporate team for over 10 years and know them to be an exceptional company and employer with a strong finance team and positive culture. The Opportunity The CFO is an integral member of the leadership team and works closely with the Board and Senior Management to deliver the objectives of the company. This is an opportunity to join a very well established, very profitable and professional construction/development business with strong relationships built on trust with some of Canberra’s most prominent developers. There is a wide range of challenges to get your teeth into as they look to continuously improve and evolve as a business. Given their size (120 staff and $300M annual turnover), Bloc qualify for annual ASIC audits and are continuously improving their governance and risk management practices in line with best practice. The CFO has a key role leading Board meetings and is involved in the strategy of the business, especially in executing on development investments. The Role The CFO will work closely with the Directors in structuring the financial affairs and corporate governance of the group in a way that accurately informs the business to make astute commercial decisions. The role will lead the finance function including cash/financial planning and budgeting, and will oversee corporate operations including IT, the Office and Human Resource Management. The role will ensure the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve company assets and report accurate financial results. Key responsibilities include: Provide leadership, direction and management to the finance and accounting team Chair Board meetings and provide financial strategic recommendations including via Board reporting. Provide advice on long term business and financial planning Manage processes for financial forecasting, including preparation of budgets and cash flows Oversee the preparation of all financial reporting including management accounts, annual consolidated financial statements, and manage the audit process Oversee the preparation of all taxation returns and work closely with the external accountants on tax compliance and planning Assist with implementing feasibilities into new projects including the preparation of cash flows, calculation of rates of return and determination of capital requirements as well as the provision of advice on optimum financial and legal structures Management of the Company’s cash flow and capital requirements including securing the necessary project finance Establish, develop and maintain positive working relationships with the Board, Executive, Shareholders, Financiers, Auditors, Accountants and other stakeholders Oversee and maintain the Company’s corporate systems and make recommendations on improvements and enhancements The Ideal Person To be successful in this role you will have a minimum 2 - 3 years’ experience in a CFO/FC role of a medium or large business requiring sophisticated, strategic financial leadership. Tax/Business services professionals from Director level up may also be considered if they have extensive experience in property / construction / development businesses. You will pride yourself on your strong technical background, and ability to think strategically as you help guide the financial future for an organisation. You will be a skilled leader with exceptional communication skills and strong commercial acumen, with the ability to influence and engage across levels. This opportunity will reward an energetic, driven and committed CPA/CA with opportunities to enhance your professional, personal and financial future. Salary / Rate Circa $250k Super Incentives (negotiable) Free parking Generous, unique employee benefits (e.g. in-house chef) This position is located in the head office in Yarralumla, Canberra How to Apply This role is available Exclusively through HorizonOne To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Alan Larby on 02 6108 4878 quoting ref no. 19235 HorizonOne is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from people of all cultures, capabilities and backgrounds. • Tue, 21 MayHorizonOne
Payroll Officer » Wheelers Hill, Monash Area - Who We Are: Symmetry Human Resources are all about connecting people to opportunities. We specialise in labour hire recruitment within the commercial, industrial & health sectors. Our culture is all about supporting one another and getting great outcomes. We encourage our staff to take ownership and create real business partnerships. So Are You The Right Fit? Working as a Payroll Specialist, we are looking for someone who thrives in working in a fast paced environment & where exceptional payroll & client service assistance is always at the forefront of your mind. Your role plays an integral part of our business to our clients & candidates You will be responsible for providing payroll support to the Chief Financial Officer to ensure the smooth running of the finance team. This will involve: Processing End to End weekly payrolls for 400-600 casual employees using Astute Payroll Resolving payroll queries in a timely manner, both written and verbal for our clients and candidates. Assist with other payroll related payments such as PAYG, superannuation, payroll tax and workcover. Identify and Implement efficiencies with the payroll processes wherever possible. Perform Ad hoc reporting as required Ensuring compliance with payroll and finance legislation You will have: Experience with using Payroll Software Exposure to MYOB advantageous but not essential Intermediate Excel Skills Good communication skills both written and verbal Great team player What's On Offer For Me? Work from home Mon-Wed. Training initially will be required at our Clayton South Head Office No weekend work required so you can have a sleep in & enjoy time with family or friends An annual part time base salary plus super A supportive environment Opportunity to learn new tasks If you have previously worked in a similar position & the role sounds like a perfect fit then please apply today • Mon, 20 MaySymmetry Human Resources
Finance Manager - Property Development » Australia - We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Finance Manager to join the team and take on a pivotal role in supporting our financial operations. The Client Our client is a leading player in the development and construction sector, with a strong presence in Queensland. With projects range from residential developments to commercial constructions, making this an ideal environment for someone with a passion for finance and the built environment. The Role As the Finance Manager, you will work closely with the Chief Financial Officer to ensure the smooth financial management of projects. Your key responsibilities will include: Supporting the Financial Controller in all finance-related duties, including job costing reporting, cash flow management, and financial analysis for development projects. Overseeing project costing and ensuring accurate coding of invoices and contract claims. Managing budgeting processes, including annual budgets and three-year forecasts. Handling finance loans and private lending matters, including loan schedule maintenance and liaison with relevant stakeholders. Monitoring and managing bank guarantees for projects, reporting on transactions, and coordinating new guarantees as required. Reviewing and managing financial aspects of body corporate expenditures and sinking funds. Providing financial support for Queensland rental properties, including budgeting and cash flow updates. Qualifications and Experience: Minimum of 5 years' experience in a similar finance role. CPA/CA qualification or minimum Accounting Degree. Proficiency in Cheops software (desired but not essential). Strong organizational skills with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Excellent communication skills and the ability to build effective working relationships. Advanced Microsoft Office skills. High level of numeracy and literacy. Experience in the development and construction industry will be advantageous. Benefits: Competitive salary package commensurate with experience. Opportunity to work in a dynamic and growing industry. Collaborative work environment with opportunities for professional development. If you are looking for a challenging yet rewarding role where you can utilize your finance expertise to contribute to exciting projects, we encourage you to apply. To apply please click APPLY NOW or email your CV to jbourke goughrecruitment.com.au or for more information about the role and company, then please contact Jordon Bourke on 0432 446 031 . Please note only successful applications will be contacted, and only those with the right to work in Australia need apply. • Mon, 20 MayGough Recruitment
Financial Controller » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Robert Half are partnering with one of Australia's most innovative and dynamic retail groups with a significant growing online presence. A powerhouse in the industry, renowned for a diverse portfolio of health and wellbeing brands that cater to a wide spectrum of customer desires. This organisation has witnessed a remarkable journey marked by significant growth and expansion, with a relentless commitment to cutting-edge innovation, unparalleled excellence, and a drive for continuous improvement. As a result of its sustained success and increasing scope of operations they are now seeking a highly skilled and dynamic Financial Controller to join the team and contribute to the organisation's continued success. The Role Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Financial Controller will play a crucial role in the finance team and be responsible for end-to-end financial control, with a strong focus on financial processes and cost management. Your role will be pivotal in driving the success of the organisation through commercial and operational strategic insights and advice. Main duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Managing month-end cycle and management reporting, including oversight of profit and loss, balance sheet, general ledger, and fixed assets. Preparing and delivering financial statements and managing the external audit process for year-end and half-year accounts. Managing the Accounts Payable (AP), Accounts Receivable (AR), and Accounting finance team and their deliverables. Preparing and maintaining cash flow forecasts. Reviewing and understanding current processes surrounding P&L and balance sheet reconciliations and cash flow forecasting to identify areas of improvement and automation. Engaging with non-finance managers to improve information and data flows. Leading change management within finance and across the business to maintain and develop cultural improvements. Your Profile Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or post-graduate qualification in accounting, business administration, or another related field CPA, CA, or other relevant qualification Experience in a high-growth, fast-paced changing environment or a desire and enthusiasm around change and transformation. Experience working in inventory-based industries is advantageous but not essential. Ideally, a background in public practice, audit, or advisory. Be a part of an industry-leading retail group with a strong commitment to innovation and excellence. Work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment with a forward-thinking team with the opportunity for professional growth and career advancement. Contribute to the transformation and growth of a company that values your insights and expertise. If you are a proactive, detail-oriented financial professional with a passion for driving financial performance and supporting strategic initiatives, we encourage you to apply. Join us in shaping the future of retail Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne office on 03 9691 36 31. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Reference No. 06810-0012980996LH By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy. Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Sat, 18 MayRobert Half
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Chief Operating Officer » New South Wales - . Our search for a new Chief Operating Officer (COO) coincides with a strategic inflection point for the university. This year... effective and efficient operational management of the university. This includes leading and directing the governance, financial... • Thu, 16 MayAustralian Catholic University
Chief Risk Officer » Sydney, NSW - CatholicCare Sydney are seeking a Chief Risk Officer for the first time, to elevate their risk and assurance function.... Position Overview: Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Risk Officer (CRO), will play a pivotal role in managing CatholicCare... • Wed, 15 MayBeaumont People
Procurement Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - Fixed Term 20-month Full Time Contract Hybrid working environment - 3 days in the office, 2 days WFH. Excellent opportunity to join the world leading manufacturer of premium quality chocolate. Are you ready to take your next career step at Lindt & Sprüngli? Join us and contribute to driving our purpose of Enchanting the World with Chocolate. About us: Welcome to the world of Lindt - where our rich and diverse culture embraces change while cherishing our history. At Lindt, we believe that excellence lies within each and every one of our employees. That's why we've created a one-of-a-kind environment where our team members can take risks, challenge the norm, and help build the Lindt brand for generations to come. With a team of over 500 talented individuals, we're on a mission to Enchant the World with the Chocolate. We're searching for imaginative thinkers who can recognize opportunities, generate innovative ideas, and build strong relationships with our consumers and customers. Whether you're dreaming up new product concepts, refining our marketing strategy, or helping us connect with chocolate lovers around the globe, you'll play an integral role in our mission to make the world a sweeter place. About the role: We currently have an exciting opportunity to join the Finance team on a 20-month fixed-term contract, supporting our Procurement Team. Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, you will be responsible for managing all direct and indirect spending within the Lindt Business. In this role, you will drive the strategic procurement roadmap and execute it by collaborating cross-functionally within the business. Your expertise will be crucial in negotiating and implementing a local sourcing strategy. Key responsibilities include: Drive the strategic procurement roadmap. Work with Finance leadership, relevant business functions and Group Procurement to define, implement & execute local sourcing strategies. Identify savings / value delivery opportunities across the different categories and lead all local sourcing projects (e.g., RFPs). Develop & negotiate, provide recommendations, and manage all supplier agreements and provide expertise to other departments and the CFO in general contract matters Manage and coordinate Lindt Australia's contribution to Lindt's sustainability programs What you will bring: An ambition to take control of your career and the following experience and knowledge: 7 years of professional experience in strategic procurement, preferably within FMCG or food industry and experience across indirect procurement Experience in strategic sourcing, end-to-end category management and procurement. Strong analytical and negotiating skills, with experience in designing and creating service agreements. Experience in strategic sourcing, end-to-end category management and procurement. Ability to work cross functionally with all departments in the business. What we can offer you: Working in an energising place full of passionate people Significant employee discounts Hybrid working environment - 3 days in office, 2 days working from home Training and Development Staff parking on site Half day Fridays (December to February) Birthday Leave Are you ready to Enchant the World with Chocolate? We'd love to get you know you • Sat, 11 MayChocoladefabriken Lindt

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