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Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focus) » Melbourne, VIC - an experienced or Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focused) on a contractual basis to oversee and direct the... of Finance projects including implementation of new accounting standards Developing and implementing new financial policies... • Wed, 05 JunSharp & Carter$180000 - 200000 per year
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Head of Finance, Projects & Financial Control » The Rocks, Sydney - Large ASX Listed. Lead Financial Projects and Financial Reporting / Control Transformation. Sydney CBD with Flexible/WFH. Board/ ExCo Influence Our client is an Australian ASX listed business, headquartered in Sydney CBD. As a leader in their industry, they understand the critical importance of robust financial management and control. We are currently seeking a highly skilled and strategic Head of Finance Projects & Financial Control to join our clients team and drive their financial initiatives to new heights. Position Overview: As the Head of Finance Projects & Financial Control, you will be at the helm of the finance projects and financial control functions. This role demands a strategic thinker with strong communications skills and extensive experience in finance project management, financial control, and process optimisation. You will be responsible for leading finance projects, ensuring rigorous financial control, and driving continuous improvement across the finance function. Key Responsibilities: Lead and manage end-to-end finance transformation projects, including process improvements, system implementations, and organisational changes. Lead and oversee the planning, execution, and completion of finance projects, ensuring alignment with the company's strategic objectives. Develop and implement robust financial control frameworks to safeguard the integrity and accuracy of financial reporting. Drive process improvements and optimisation initiatives within the finance function to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards in all finance-related activities. Collaborate with senior leadership and cross-functional teams to align finance projects with business goals and objectives. Provide strategic guidance and oversight to finance teams in the execution of finance projects and financial control activities. Monitor and evaluate the performance of finance projects, providing regular updates and reports to senior management. Foster a culture of continuous improvement, innovation, and excellence within the finance function. Oversee the development and implementation of financial policies, procedures, and controls. Manage and mentor a team of finance professionals, ensuring their continuous development and success. Qualifications and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or a related field. A master's degree or professional certification (e.g., CA, CPA) is highly desirable. Minimum of 10 years of experience in finance, with a strong focus on financial control, project management, and process optimisation. Proven track record of successfully leading and delivering finance projects and implementing financial control frameworks. Strong strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, with the ability to drive innovation and change. Excellent leadership and stakeholder management abilities, with experience in leading/working with cross-functional teams. Proficiency in financial software and tools, including ERP systems and project management software. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and build relationships at all levels of the organisation. Strong organisational skills and attention to detail, with the ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines. In-depth knowledge of industry trends, best practices, and regulatory requirements in finance and accounting. • Mon, 10 JunIntuitive Recruitment
Inventory Controller » Eyre Peninsula, SA - Inventory Controller Eyre Peninsula Closing date: 23/06/2024 Long term career opportunity Located at Port... role Viterra is seeking a proactive and self-motivated, permanent full time Inventory Controller to join our team. In the... • Sun, 09 JunViterra
Document Controller / Project Administrator » Perth, WA - in Perth CBD and with several other projects in the pipeline, they are seeking an experienced Document Controller... invoices, and assisting with financial reporting. Qualifications: Prior experience working within a commercial building... • Sat, 08 JunCGC Recruitment$75000 - 85000 per year
Inventory Controller » Old Toongabbie, NSW - as an Inventory Controller. This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a world-class organization dedicated to delivering... flawless healthcare solutions to patients worldwide. As an Inventory Controller, you will play a critical role in ensuring... • Sat, 08 JunBaxter

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Financial Controller - Immediately Available » New South Wales - for the community. They are in search of an Finance Controller - immediately start for a 6 month contractual assignment... and projected growth trajectory of the business. The Responsibilities Management of financial results - monthly, half yearly... • Sat, 08 JunSharp & Carter
Financial Controller » Cairns, QLD - and guidance to Financial Accountants to support delivery of objectives across the team Assist in prioritising and co-ordinating... standards and regulatory requirements, assess impact on financial statements and recommend changes to accounting policies... • Sat, 08 JunCoral Expeditions
Assistant Financial Controller » Pinewood, Monash Area - Join this leading multinational FMCG group as Assistant Financial controller. The Organisation Leading FMCG group, awarded the 5-Star Employer of Choice. This internationally recognized organization stands with its customers to innovate new products that contribute to healthier lives The Role Reporting directly to the Head of Financial Control and FP&A, you will be responsible for ensuring the accurate and timely completion of routine internal and corporate financial processes. As Assistant Financial controller, you will take full ownership in managing the financial control environment in of consolidated Australian businesses in line with local, regional and corporate policies and guidelines, including consolidated. This is a stand alone role which is well suited to an individual who may currently be employed as a Tax & Statutory Accountant, Corporate Accountant or Senior Group Accountant. Equally, it may appeal to a technically strong Financial Controller who doesn't mind stepping into a stand alone role without direct reports. Whilst stand alone, it will be expected that you assist the Head of financial Control & FPA in helping to steer and guide finance team members. As Assistant financial controller, you will be required to pivot and change direction quickly to accommodate both local and regional demands. Further, you will be an active member in ongoing process improvement & finance related projects. This role will have direct exposure to many local and overseas stakeholders, which will require you to have strong soft skills and business partnering qualities to engage with a wide & diverse set of audiences. You key responsibilities will include but not limited to: Financial Reporting : Oversight and review of monthly reporting including balance sheet reconciliations. Management of Lease reporting for Australia Corporate Reporting : Preparation of consolidated Australian reporting as per standard Corporate requirements. FX management Statutory Requirements: Preparation of annual financial statements (including calculation of ROU Assets and Lease Liabilities), insurance and income tax returns as per US GAAP and Local. Management of SG&A costs across businesses Projects as required and leave coverage for Accountants as required Relevant Experience - CPA / CA qualification or similar - At least 7 to 10 years' relevant experience in local tax and statutory environment, preferably in a large or multinational company. - Ideally knowledge of US GAAP and SOX - Solid understanding of end to end business processes necessary to assess and manage control risks. - Strong stakeholder engagement, verbal communication, and business partnering skills - Strong attention to detail. - Analytical skills with intermediate to advanced skills in Excel. What you'll get in return - Exposure working within a large multinational FMCG organization. - Onsite Parking - Collaborative Team environment - Flexible hybrid working Hours - Modern first class facilities • Sat, 08 JunFourQuarters
Finance Controller » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Us People First Healthcare is a registered aged care and NDIS provider located in Roxburgh Park (VIC) and Blacktown (NSW). We are passionate about providing high-quality care and support services to vulnerable members of our community, and we are currently seeking a motivated Finance Controller to join our team in the Aged care and NDIS industry. Benefits Attractive salary Retention bonus Rostered days off Diverse, inclusive and respectful working environment About The Role The Finance Controller is responsible for managing all financial activities of the organisation, ensuring compliance with regulations, maintaining accurate financial records, and providing strategic financial guidance to senior management. This role involves overseeing budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting, and analysis, as well as managing financial risks and optimising financial processes to drive efficiency and profitability. You will be responsible for: Develop, implement, and manage financial planning processes including budgeting, forecasting, and variance analysis Provide insights and recommendations to senior management based on financial analysis and forecasts Prepare and analyse annual and monthly financial statements, reports, and metrics for internal and external stakeholders Provide financial reporting and submissions as required by funding bodies, government agencies, and other external organisations Develop and implement financial policies, procedures, and internal controls to ensure compliance with regulations and best practices Monitor cash flow projections and manage cash flow to optimise liquidity and support operational needs Implement strategies to mitigate cash flow risks and optimise working capital management Oversee all accounting functions including but not limited to payroll coordination in relation to rostering, time recording, debtor management and overall accurate recording and reporting of financial information Develop budgets, service pricing and annual work plans Identify financial risks and develop strategies to mitigate them, including currency risk, interest rate risk, and credit risk Establish and maintain internal controls to safeguard assets and ensure the integrity of financial transactions Oversee financial systems and processes, identifying opportunities for automation and improvement Implement best practices in financial management and reporting to enhance efficiency and accuracy Provide leadership and guidance to the team Inspire, motivate, and align the team in delivering to the highest levels of service. Actively demonstrate a ‘leader as coach’ mindset, building capacity and capability within the team Set KPIs for teams and individual staff members. Be informed and ensure employees are engaged in internal communication About You Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or related field; MBA or advanced degree preferred At least 5 years’ experience in financial management roles, preferably in a managerial capacity Professional certification such as CPA, CFA, or CMA highly desirable Experience in Aged Care or NDIS highly desirable Strong understanding of financial principles, practices, and regulations Highly developed organisational skills, including the ability to prioritise, set realistic goals and meet deadlines Strong organisational skills, the capacity to successfully manage competing priorities, maintain attention to detail and meet deadlines The right to work unrestricted in Australia (evidence will be required) A current National Police Records check, dated no later than 3 months from application (or willing to apply for one) Working with Children Check (or willing to apply for one) NDIS Workers Screening Check (or willing to apply for one) Minimum 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccination If you are interested and believe you are well-suited for the position, we encourage you to apply promptly, as shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to the closing date. • Sat, 08 JunPeople First Workforce Pty Ltd
Financial Controller » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job Description Your Opportunity Based in Cairns, we currently have a fantastic opportunity to taking a leading and hands-on role in the finance team at Coral Expeditions. Responsibilities include: Provide training and guidance to Financial Accountants to support delivery of objectives across the team Assist in prioritising and co-ordinating the activities of the finance team to ensure key deliverables are met Assist with interpretation of new accounting standards and regulatory requirements, assess impact on financial statements and recommend changes to accounting policies and procedures to ensure compliance Facilitate the provision of audit and related information Prepare reports and presentations for the senior leadership team and other key stakeholders Drive the prioritisation and co-ordination of month-end activity to ensure timely and accurate month end close Preparation of annual budget and quarterly forecast of balance sheet and cash flow Management of the monthly balance sheet reconciliation process, ensuring timely clearance of reconciling items Provide on-going financial accounting support and reporting across the business Provide insightful and evidence informed analysis and advice to key stakeholders to support decision making Identify and recommend continuous business and process improvements Provide support and accounting treatment advice on projects as required Keep abreast of changes in accounting standards and other regulatory requirements • Sat, 08 JunCoral Expeditions
Financial Controller required - Major Commercial Builder » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Major commercial builder requires highly capable Financial Controller to manage the finance function of a $200M turnover business Our Client is a major commercial builder based in the Inner eastern suburbs. They have been in operation for over 10 years delivering projects to $50M across all major market sectors. Following the re-location of their long-standing Financial Controller inter-state for family reasons, they are now in the market for a high-achieving replacement to head up the financial function of the $150M turnover business. The role will be responsible for: High-level management of the Group’s accounts, regular financial reporting, legal financial requirements, analysis of financial data, forecasting, regulatory reporting, monthly financial statements, creating budgets, risk mitigation, providing high level advice to ensure effective cash flow management and overall profitability. As well as the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements. Preparation of quarterly GST and other tax related activities. Management all statutory accounting, reporting and submissions as well as extensive liaison with the external accountants. The role will also manage the accounts department, which consists of AP and AR, payroll and administration. To be considered, the successful candidate will have formal tertiary level accountancy qualifications, ideally CA or CPA qualified. You will have had extensive previous experience within the commercial construction sector and be familiar with Jobpac (or similar). In return, the successful candidate will receive a salary package starting at $170,000 - $230,000 depending on previous experience. If interested, please forward your CV to Jono Conley at Concise Recruitment via the link below. Please note that due to the volume of applicants only shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly. • Sat, 08 JunConcise Recruitment
Financial Controller » Sydney, NSW - , and wealth creation. Due to a sustained period of growth, my client is looking to appoint a dynamic Financial Controller... financial services industry through innovation and technology. My client provides cutting-edge solutions for trading, investment... • Sat, 08 JunEthos BeathChapman$220000 - 240000 per year
Financial Controller - Start Next Week » Sydney, NSW - order to fill a key role in their finance team. Taking a hands-on approach, this Financial Controller role will help assist... in the management and communication of the companies’ financial, management & corporate accounting activities. Initially... • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter$180000 - 220000 per year
Group Financial Controller » Brisbane, QLD - Role - As Group Financial Controller, you will manage finance services for a multinational ASX-listed group, including... transactional, reporting, and compliance needs. Your responsibilities will include working capital, payroll, tax, and financial... • Fri, 07 JunPerigon Group
Financial Controller » World Trade Centre, Melbourne - Quest is an award-winning IT management software provider offering a broad selection of solutions that solve some of the most common and most challenging IT problems. Quest strives to be the best of the very best in everything we do. We are fanatically customer focused and are proud to support the most complex customers who have the highest IT demands in the world. It’s exciting, it’s rewarding, it’s hard work and offers career and personal growth. We are looking for a Finance Controller (Sales) for our APJ region. This role will play a pivotal role in optimizing our regional sales performance and fostering strong business partnerships. We’re global, with 3,500 strong sales team members and have amazing products that are changing the way people think about technology. As the Sales Financial Controller for the Asia Pacifc region , you will be responsible for building and fostering strong partnerships and be a strategic partner to the Sales Leadership team and providing deep financial insights and analysis to drive growth and profitability. Key responsibilities but not limited to; Partner with Sales Leadership (Sales Operations lead and Sales VP) across APJ to develop and implement financial strategies that optimize regional sales performance. Analyze sales data, identify trends, and provide actionable insights to support informed decision-making. Identify opportunities to maximize the growth and profitability across the region Prepare insightful reports and presentations, effectively communicating complex financial information to a non-financial audience. Collaborate with the Finance and Operations team to ensure accurate and timely sales reporting. Build strong relationships with internal stakeholders across Sales, Operations, and Finance. Stay abreast of market trends and regulations impacting the software industry in the APJ region. The successful candidate brings experience in a Financial Controller or Analysis within a sales environment and preferably in the software industry. Core Qualifications but not limited to: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field. Proven experience in developing and analyzing financial models and forecasts. Previous experience working with sales leaders and sales teams in the APJ region Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to translate financial data into actionable insights. Strong communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in MS Excel and financial modeling tools. Experience with Salesforce systems a plus. Experience working in a fast-paced, international environment with diverse teams is highly desirable. Fluency in English and strong communication skills are essential. Additional language skills ( Mandarin, Japanese, etc.) a plus. Why work with us -Life at Quest means collaborating with dedicated professionals with a passion for technology. -When we see something that could be improved, we get to work inventing the solution. -Our people demonstrate our winning culture through positive and meaningful relationship. -We invest in our people and offer a series of programs that enables them to pursue a career that fulfills their potential. -Our team members’ health and wellness is our priority as well as rewarding them for their hard work. Quest is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. Come join us. For more information, visit us on the web at Quest Careers | Where next meets now. Join Quest. Job seekers should be aware of fraudulent job offers from online scammers and only apply to roles listed on quest.com/careers using our applicant system. Note: We do not use text messaging or third-party messaging apps like Telegram to communicate with applicants, so please exercise caution if you are approached in this way and only interact with people claiming to be Quest employees if they have an email address ending in quest.com or oneidentity.com You can report job scams to the FTC (ReportFraud.ftc.gov) • Fri, 07 JunQuest
Financial Controller - Pacific » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Financial Controller - Pacific Job ID 169376 Posted 05-Jun-2024 Service line GWS Segment Role type Full-time Areas of Interest Accounting/Finance Location(s) Brisbane - Queensland - Australia - Join a global leader in commercial real estate - Controllership role responsible for a small team across APAC - Brisbane based position with flexible working options Culture of our team at CBRE A US Fortune 500 company, CBRE is the global leader in real estate services and leverages the industry's most powerful knowledge base to meet the commercial real estate needs of its clients worldwide. Our vision is to be the preeminent, vertically integrated, globally capable real estate service firm. Globally we employ over 50,000 employees and operate in 42 countries. At CBRE, our people enjoy working in a global real estate and property services organization with tremendous scale. Every day you are empowered to be better and this is achieved through the platform and resources you have access to and the ability to work in an inclusive and collaborative environment where you will be challenged to grow and be your best every day. Here's a snapshot of your day The Finance Controller is responsible for all external financial reporting tasks which include month-end close, compliance with global policies and accounting standards, annual statutory reporting and tax returns for the CBRE GWS legal entities. - Manage and coordinate an effective and timely month end close in accordance with US GAAP to meet Group reporting requirements. - Ensure the accuracy and integrity of accounting records and financial systems, as well as identify opportunities to enhance system efficiencies. - Drive segment wide consistency in adoption of financial and operational controls including implementation of SOX policies and global policies. - Responsible for technical accounting/ interpretation of standards, i.e. US GAAP and IFRS. - Ensure timeliness and accuracy of statutory financial reporting and tax returns by working closely with external auditors and tax agents. - Give direction and leadership to the GWS controllership team, including the effective management, motivation, and development of the team. - Build and develop high level relationships with business and functional leaders. - Communicate regularly with business partners to ensure they are fully informed of any accounting initiatives. - Lead the team in servicing the needs of business and the nurturing relationships across support functions. - Proactively drives and engages in process improvement projects/ global initiatives. The Ideal Candidate - Previous experience with US GAAP reporting, financial control, audit and internal controls. - Strong IFRS and local tax knowledge - Strong written and verbal communication skills and able to explain complex problems to all stakeholders - Minimum 12 years of experience in accounting and finance related role, with people management experience - Ability to proactively drive and influence changes within the organisation through excellent stakeholder management skills - Practical, hands on approach to problem solving - Able to handle ambiguity and adapt to rapidly changing circumstances - Natural curiosity and a desire to understand the business Education and Qualification: - Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or other finance related area - Qualified Accountant (or local equivalent) - Big 4 audit experience is a plus Can we inspire you to join us? People are the foundation upon which our success is built. Our company is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. Our people are free to expand their skills and knowledge to drive their careers and reach their full potential.? We value flexibility and our people work in ways that meet their work/life commitments and support their wellbeing, development, and performance. Apart of a rewarding career with great developmental opportunities within GWS and across other areas of CBRE, our people benefit from a range of educational, financial, lifestyle, health and wellbeing benefits and programs, corporate partnerships, and discounts, CBRE Cares Foundation, competitive leave offerings and paid volunteer days. CBRE, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer (Women/Minorities/Persons with Disabilities/US Veterans) • Fri, 07 JunCBRE
Financial Controller - Start Next Week » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - Start Next Week - Industry-Leading Transport Organisation - Manage the Finance Function - Hands-On Role - Lead a Team of 4 Direct Reports - CA/CPA About the role An exciting immediate start role with an industry-leading Transport organisation currently exists in order to fill a key role in their finance team. Taking a hands-on approach, this Financial Controller role will help assist in the management and communication of the companies’ financial, management & corporate accounting activities. Initially this will be a 3 month contractual assignment, however there is the opportunity for this role to be extended and/or made permanent given the exciting growth trajectory of the business. The Responsibilities Management of the full accounting and month-end processes Business partner with key divisional teams on financial results Internal Controls & Compliance Budgeting & Forecasting Mentor and develop junior members of the team Ad-hoc project involvement as and when required Drive continuous improvement in systems, reporting, process and efficiency The successful applicant with have Ideally, you will be a CA/CPA qualified accounting professional and will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills as your ability to interact and engage cross-functionally within the business will be crucial to your success. Additionally, you will have a strong attention to detail, must enjoy being hands-on with the work, have proven team management experience and have worked in a dynamic & complex organisation previously. Prior experience in the Transport / Logistics industry will also be regarded as highly advantageous. Additional Benefits Supportive culture Opportunity for potential extension and/or permanency Work for an industry-leading organisation Extensive exposure to Senior Leadership Team and have a real voice in wider business decisions Hybrid working arrangements (1-2 days work-from-home available) About the Client Our client is an industry-leading organisation that operates in the Transport / Logistics sector. How to Apply To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Jamie Burgess on 0439 014 028 or at jburgesssharpandcarter.com.au, quoting Ref No JB5923. • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Business Finance Controller » Lake Rowan, Moira Area - At Schneider Electric we can offer you the career you are working towards. We have developed a unique worldwide capability for providing solutions, are the global specialists in energy management, have a sustainable outlook and are committed to our people and customers. With 185,000 employees located across more than 100 countries this is a fantastic opportunity to become a valued member of the Schneider Electric Team as Business Finance Controller in Benalla. Our Global Supply Chain Pacific Business Unit is a cluster which includes an Engineered to Order (ETO) manufacturing plant located in Benalla Victoria. Working closely with the Plant Business Finance Controller, this position aims to drive overall Financial performance within the plant. Key responsibilities and skills include : Prepare and analyze monthly financial results - orders, sales, P&L CCO and AOC Prepare Rolling Forecast and monthly/quarterly business review Project controlling - analysis and support Project Managers Prepare cost base to be used in offers Hourly rate calculation and hours control Cost Center and provisions control Give visibility to under or over absorption projection Product costing and transfer price campaign Slow moving provision reconciliation Support annual inventory counting Monitor inventory adjustments and scrap To be successful in this role, you will be a driven and skilled finance professional with the following qualifications, experience and attributes: Minimum 5 years of experience in Finance Bachelor's or master's degree (finance related) Ability to work with Excel, DFL, SAP and MS Office Ability to organize, summarize and articulate complex financial information for decision making Good understanding of End to End process of manufacturing and Project Controlling At Schneider Electric we foster a culture that drives innovation through collaboration, individual contribution and passion. Our people are the energy behind the success of our business and make a difference at to our business every day. If you want to work in an innovative and challenging environment where your ideas are valued and your career goals are supported what are you waiting for? Apply to today All applicants must have full working rights in Australia at the time of application . What qualifications will make you successful for this role? (fill in - what are the qualifications that are required for this role? Also consider adjacent qualifications and experience. Emphasize how qualifications will support success: "Qualifications for Your Success" or "Key Qualifications for Thriving") Let us learn about you Apply today. You must submit an online application to be considered for any position with us. This position will be posted until filled. Why us? At Schneider Electric we're committed to creating a workplace that gives you not just a job but a meaningful purpose in joining our mission to bring energy and efficiency to enable life, progress and sustainability for all. We believe in empowering our team members to reach their full potential, fostering a sense of ownership in their work. We embrace inclusion as a fundamental value, ensuring that every voice is heard and valued. We value differences, and welcome people from all walks of life. We believe in equal opportunities for everyone, everywhere. If you want to be part of a company where your contributions truly matter, where you are empowered to make a difference and where inclusivity is valued, we would love to hear from you. Discover your Meaningful, Inclusive and Empowered career at Schneider Electric. €34.2bn global revenue 12% organic growth 135 000 employees in 100 countries 1 on the Global 100 World's most sustainable corporations You must submit an online application to be considered for any position with us. This position will be posted until filled Schneider Electric aspires to be the most inclusive and caring company in the world, by providing equitable opportunities to everyone, everywhere, and ensuring all employees feel uniquely valued and safe to contribute their best. We mirror the diversity of the communities in which we operate and we 'embrace different' as one of our core values. We believe our differences make us stronger as a company and as individuals and we are committed to championing inclusivity in everything we do. This extends to our Candidates and is embedded in our Hiring Practices. You can find out more about our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion here and our DEI Policy here Schneider Electric is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities in the areas of recruiting, hiring, training, transferring, and promoting all qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, color, gender, disability, national origin, ancestry, age, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other legally protected characteristic or conduct. • Fri, 07 JunSchneider Electric
Financial Controller » Doncaster, Manningham Area - As financial controller you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day finance function and provide strong & collaborative leadership to the Team The Company: Our partner client is a dynamic industry leading company, they provide a complete service to the domestic, commercial, and industrial sectors nationally. They operate in a growing industry and utilise the latest technological advancements to provide a broad and innovative range of services to clients. The Role: As financial controller you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day finance function and provide strong and collaborative leadership to the finance team. We will rely on you to ensure robust controls are in place and information produced by the finance team is accurate, timely and complies with accounting principles and company policies. Monthly you will provide accurate and timely analysis of management accounts, consolidated financials and assist with the preparation of reporting materials for strategic operations meetings. The financial controller will be a central point of contact for audit and other statutory reporting and be involved in the assessment and due diligence of strategic initiatives. The role requires a strong communicator who will add value to the company by helping the senior executive team and CFO drive commercial decision making and overall financial strategy. . Key Duties & Responsibilities Actively manage the company’s cash flow and liquidity, ensuring sufficient and appropriate finance facilities are maintained with external banks and financers including reporting and covenant compliance Manage the overall preparation of year-end and half year-end audit and financial statement preparations Oversee and manage key aspects of strategic initiatives working collaboratively with the Corporate Development team Manage the operations of the finance department including working closely with the Financial Accounting team, AP team, AR team, procurement and payroll including training and recruitment Internal controls and policies and procedures - drive improvements to increase efficiencies, minimise risk and ensure legal compliance Oversee month-end accounting processes Contribute to commercial decision-making Accruals/prepayments/standing journals Communicate changes, updates and important information to the Finance Team Actively look for opportunities to improve processes utilising new technology Provide leadership for the business and oversight of the business Manage the preparation of yearly budgets and rolling forecast Professional Skills Minimum of 5 years’ demonstrated experience as a Financial Controller. Professional accounting qualification. (CPA/CA) Key Selection Criteria: Excellent communication & interpersonal skills Positive attitude, sound work ethic & dependable Excellent organisational & time management skills Ability to manage and meet reporting deadlines. Self-Motivated and possess the ability to motivate others. Proven track record for delivering exceptional quality and timely projects Ability to manage multiple and competing priorities Excellent people management and leadership skills. High attention to detail and strong analytical and financial knowledge. Financial Modelling skills. The role is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to enhance their career with a highly successful business Please note: A pre-employment criminal background will make up part of the recruitment process. • Fri, 07 JunGlobal 360
Project Cost Controller » Melbourne, VIC - under construction in the region. As the Cost Controller you will be responsible for the Cost Control and financial accountability... Australian and New Zealand Construction group, responsible for the management of all financial aspects of Wind Farm projects... • Fri, 07 JunVestas
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - that are changing the way people think about technology. As the Sales Financial Controller for the Asia Pacifc region... region. Qualifications The successful candidate brings experience in a Financial Controller or Analysis within a sales... • Thu, 06 JunQuest Software
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - that are changing the way people think about technology. As the Sales Financial Controller for the Asia Pacifc region... region. Qualifications The successful candidate brings experience in a Financial Controller or Analysis within a sales... • Thu, 06 JunOne Identity
Financial Controller | Better Beer » Melbourne, VIC - for developing and delivering a highly effective finance function. The Financial Controller has primary responsibility for oversight... of all financial aspects and all accounting reporting streams necessary for the functioning of Better Beer, ensuring accurate... • Thu, 06 JunSharp & Carter
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - and experienced Financial Controller who has considerable experience across the property sector. Your role will include a broader... and have proven experience as a Financial Controller or Commercial Finance Manager within the Construction sector and have an in-depth... • Thu, 06 JunPage Executive$160000 per year
Senior Advisor (Finance & Controls) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Accounting and Finance Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569170/24 Closing date 17-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 12 months with possible extension Contact person Jamie Nia-Nia Contact details PH: (07) 3066 6792 Access the National Relay Service Some of your responsibilities will include: Identify, research, develop, recommend, and implement financial systems, policies and business processes that reflect best practice, are responsive to branch needs and support the achievement of strategic, business, and operational objectives. Prepare and provide timely written and verbal financial advice in accordance with departmental business and governance frameworks to support branch correspondence, briefs, and reports. Provide high level consultancy and advisory services in relation to finance matters including the analysis and interpretation of legislation, policies, frameworks, costing trends and other finance related matters. Drive effective and strategic financial management outcomes of client business areas by leading monthly client meetings, projecting forecast spend, identifying funding risks, and costing new initiatives. Undertake monthly and ad hoc program control activities and support the Principal Advisor with scheduling, reporting and data integrity activities as a 3PCM lead user. Deliver training in financial management, systems and budgetary processes to finance and non-finance staff across the branch. Support and assist the Principal Advisor (Finance & Controls), in discharging the duties of the business unit. Requirements of the role Proven expertise in financial management, including budgeting, reporting, and analysis, with proficiency in financial software. Ability to identify trends and provide actionable recommendations. Strong stakeholder engagement skills collaborating across multiple business areas and project teams to support financial objectives. Experience in drafting quality correspondence and reports to facilitate accurate and timely decision making. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569170/24 Closing Date: Monday, 17 June 2024 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. applicant-guide (PDF, 322KB) 569170 24 Role Description (Word, 539KB) • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
Project Controller » Australia - Controller to join our dynamic Power Projects team. In this role, you will be responsible for the capture, management... and reporting of the financial position of each project including the management of overhead cost. This is a full-time permanent... • Wed, 05 JunDowner Group
Project Controller » Australia - The Role: Excellent opportunity for a Project Controller to work with the Project Manager to deliver the Goorambat... East Solar Farm within schedule and budget and includes activities from the lead-up to financial close to the commencement... • Wed, 05 JunEngie
Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focus) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Become a key member in a number of critical projects assisting the CFO as well as the wider corporate finance team bout the Company Our client is a growing SME with the backing of large PE firm. Buoyed by strong recent results and a unique business model, this is a really exciting time to join a company on the rise The Role We are seeking an experienced or Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focused) on a contractual basis to oversee and direct the Finance team with a number of key finance projects that are currently being undertaken. Reporting to the CFO, this person will play a crucial role in a number of aspects including but limited to: The overall development, deployment and maintenance of Finance projects including implementation of new accounting standards Developing and implementing new financial policies, procedures and processes Implementation of a new ERP Assisting with the year-end audit process Assist with the Group financial budgeting process Lead process and system improvement across Finance with focus on month end, forecasting, project tracking and expenditure reporting Development of financial and KPI analysis tools and reporting Development of effective and impactful management performance reporting for management Identify process improvement opportunities and develop and implement solutions that are fit for purpose and drive change Establish critical working and influential relationships across commercial finance, statutory financial and operational management teams Delivery of ad hoc projects and improvements as required Ensure all work is delivered on a timely manner and with agreed delegations Provide business decision support to key stakeholders across the business The Candidate CPA or CA qualified, you will ideally have a significant number of years experience as a senior finance professional with a proven track record with project work be it with a transformation or change management focus. You have proven leadership experience and the desire to succeed and willingness to partner with a strong team of internal and external stakeholders to support the growth agenda of the company. This role will demand a strong process improvement mindset as well as a hands on approach. How To Apply To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, please email jtransharpandcarter.com.au to learn more. • Wed, 05 JunSharp & Carter
Junior Financial Controller - HO » Sydney, NSW - suit a graduate who is looking to grow and develop in to a highly effective Financial Controller at a large established... qualification in finance Experience with management and financial accounting functions. (Highly preferred) Strong knowledge... • Wed, 05 JunSchindler
Financial Trust Accountant - Financial Control » The Rocks, Sydney - Leading non bank lender requires Financial Trust Accountant to join Financial Control team. CPA Qualified. Securitisation sector focused. A great opportunity exists for a Financial Accountant/Trust Accountant to join one of Australia's leading non bank lenders in home loans, Asset Finance and commercial financing. This is a hands on position within Financial Control with a great chance to capitalise on your Financial or Trust Accounting experience and gain exposure to a more analytical role. Reporting to the Trust Accounting Manager, you will be working with a highly talented and widely experienced team of Trust and Financial Accountants professionals. Centrally located and offering a competitive salary. Your Responsibilities will include: • Cash reconciliations and payments for key securitisation accounts • Reconciling all expense and commissions and month end reporting • Borrower loan payments and monthly balance sheet reconciliation • Reconciliation of bank transactions and operational requirements Ideally looking for someone with a business/finance degree qualification and experience in a Financial Accounting role. Candidates with experience in securitisation or banking would be favourably looked upon. This role will enable you to showcase your strong excel and analytical skills. To succeed in this role you would be strong team player with a proven track record in trust accounting and reporting. Prefer candidate who is degree qualified and either CPA or CA Excellent communication is required Must be Australian citizen or have Permanent residency Prefer Financial Services background For a confidential discussion please call James Rennie on 0422660094 • Wed, 05 JunOxygen Recruitment & HR
Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focus) » Melbourne, VIC - an experienced or Senior Financial Controller (Transformation Project focused) on a contractual basis to oversee and direct the... of Finance projects including implementation of new accounting standards Developing and implementing new financial policies... • Wed, 05 JunSharp & Carter$180000 - 200000 per year
Junior Financial Controller - HO » Sydney, Sydney Region - WHY join Schindler? At Schindler, we are all about our culture We focus on supporting our employees to meet their full potential through careful selection and constant development to make them a leader in their area. You will have the opportunity to grow and develop both personally and professionally whilst working with a great bunch of people. We offer job stability to our employees as we focus on promoting from within and foresee a growth trajectory of our business in the coming years. At Schindler, We Elevate As a leading employer in the urban mobility industry, we look for highly engaging professionals who are driven to grow and advance their careers at a first-class organisation. Our goal is to have a highly motivated and engaged workforce led by talented management in a work environment that is stimulating and attractive to both current and prospective employees. About the role: We have a exciting and rare opportunity in our finance head office team for a Junior / Assistant Controlling Business Partner. The role will see the successful candidate engage with key stakeholders nationally and support the business by reporting to the Schindler Group The role will see you support the delivery of several business-critical objectives including our monthly closing, budgeting and meaningful monthly management reports. The role will ideally suit a graduate who is looking to grow and develop in to a highly effective Financial Controller at a large established organisation. What’s in it for you: $80,000 base (Depending on qualifications and Finance experience) 11.5% Super 5% Annual Bonus Excellent opportunity for you to expand your finance. Potential for real growth both personally and professionally Opportunity to access educational support, access to staff discount scheme, and social activities. You will even get a day off for your birthday Free Onsite GYM Free shuttle bus to office from Mascot station Office location Mascot Key Accountabilities: Support the team in the month-end closing processes . Ensure accounting timetable & checklists are managed & adhered to Provide accurate & timely information to the Finance department for Group reporting. Support interim & year-end audit. Support the Budget, F1, F3, 6Q processes. Prepare accurate & meaningful monthly management reports, including analysis of deviations. Identify opportunities to improve operational & administration performance. (e.g. duplication of effort, better processes, reports, models etc.) Work with branches to resolve issues within the month. What we are looking for: Degree qualification in finance Experience with management and financial accounting functions. (Highly preferred) Strong knowledge of computerised accounting packages and financial modelling using spreadsheets. Knowledge of accounting standards. Excellent communication and presentation skills Excellent time management skills About Schindler: Schindler Lifts Australia is part of the Schindler Group, one of the top elevator companies in the world, spanning 100 countries with more than 64,000 employees worldwide . We are one of the largest suppliers of new elevators, escalators and moving walkways in Australia today, employing over 1,200 employees who design install, service and modernise urban transport systems for almost every building type. At Schindler, we differentiate ourselves with our modern technology and innovative people. HOW to apply: We are constantly looking for passionate and enthusiastic people with the energy and drive to build relationships and networks. At Schindler you will find a highly motivated and engaged working environment that lets you grow as an individual and allows you to plan your career. If you are seeking an opportunity to join a Global Industry Leader and believe that you possess the required skills and qualifications to succeed in this role, click on the " APPLY " button. If you are an existing Schindler employee, please ensure you have discussed your application with your line manager prior to applying. We support diversity and inclusion in all our workplaces; women, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders, people with a multicultural background or a disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Please note we do not accept applications from recruitment agents for any position, this includes those that are submitted directly to the company or where the recruiter has contacted a manager. • Tue, 04 JunSchindler
Senior Advisor (Finance & Controls) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Some of your responsibilities will include: Identify, research, develop, recommend, and implement financial systems, policies and business processes that reflect best practice, are responsive to branch needs and support the achievement of strategic, business, and operational objectives. Prepare and provide timely written and verbal financial advice in accordance with departmental business and governance frameworks to support branch correspondence, briefs, and reports. Provide high level consultancy and advisory services in relation to finance matters including the analysis and interpretation of legislation, policies, frameworks, costing trends and other finance related matters. Drive effective and strategic financial management outcomes of client business areas by leading monthly client meetings, projecting forecast spend, identifying funding risks, and costing new initiatives. Undertake monthly and ad hoc program control activities and support the Principal Advisor with scheduling, reporting and data integrity activities as a 3PCM lead user. Deliver training in financial management, systems and budgetary processes to finance and non-finance staff across the branch. Support and assist the Principal Advisor (Finance & Controls), in discharging the duties of the business unit. Requirements of the role Proven expertise in financial management, including budgeting, reporting, and analysis, with proficiency in financial software. Ability to identify trends and provide actionable recommendations. Strong stakeholder engagement skills collaborating across multiple business areas and project teams to support financial objectives. Experience in drafting quality correspondence and reports to facilitate accurate and timely decision making. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569170/24 Closing Date: Monday, 17 June 2024 • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Financial Controller » Australia - Overview When you think of InComm Payments, think of Innovative Payments Technology. We were founded over 30 years ago and continue to be a pioneer in the payment (FinTech) industry. Since our inception, we have grown to be a team of over 3,000 employees in 34 countries around the world. We own over 400 global technical patents and a network that includes over 525,000 points of retail distribution that points to our industry expertise. InComm Payments works with the most recognized and valued brands in the world, and we are partnered with most of the world's leading merchants. InComm Payments is highly focused on our people and their growth, and we work hard to make a career at InComm Payments meaningful and rewarding. We value innovation, quality, passion, integrity, and responsibility in all that we do, and we are looking for great people to join our team as we move forward towards a very bright future. You can learn more about careers at InComm Payments here: www.incomm.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Our Blog. About This Opportunity The Controller will have P&L and Balance Sheet responsibility for InComm's Point-of-Sale-Activation physical and digital gift card entities based in Australia with operations in Australia, New Zealand and the U.K. The Controller's responsibilities will include recognition of revenue from gift card activations, analysis of program margins, and validation and reconciliation of payments to content providers and billings to retail distributors. This position will be responsible for completing standard, monthly analyses and reporting in conjunction with the closing of the books and will include the monthly reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts, receivable collections and ensure proper rating of transactions. Partner with business leadership to support retail distributor and content provider arrangements. The overall objective of the Controller and their team is to ensure that revenue and the financial statements are recognized in a timely and accurate basis. Responsibilities Responsible for overall aspects of internal financial reporting for these business units. Manage monthly, quarterly and year-end financial close and reporting process. Direct responsibilities for external consolidated financial statement audit and in-country STAT audit. Manage and direct staff enabling staff to develop the appropriate capabilities to meet Company objectives. Manage and direct respective area of responsibilities to fulfill annual external audit requirements. Analyze and review financial information pertaining to monthly and quarterly close and provide executive level presentation of financial results. Key contributor, working with FIS and direct staff, to implement new accounting and financial systems and other tools. Responsible for facilitating receivable collections and managing working capital/cash flow. Partner with Corporate Teams (FP&A, Treasury, A/P, A/R, Tax and Financial Reporting), as appropriate. Participate in the development and support of the Company's strategic plans, annual budget and forecast. Supports and assists with the internal audit function and ongoing internal control requirements. Write, implement and ensure effective and practical implementation of corporate accounting policies. Assists in recruiting, training, mentoring and evaluating staff. Partner with Corporate FP&A during the monthly close process to analyze results and provide variance commentary. Assists in developing an annual plan for the region along with providing on-going support in the forecasting process. Providing Corporate FP&A with monthly sales data that is accurately priced. Partner with Corporate FP&A to review financial models for accuracy and profitability for potential new and existing business relationships. Qualifications Minimum Bachelor's Degree (B.S.) in accounting or finance from four-year accredited college or university. 10 years of audit, accounting, and financial experience. Current, extensive knowledge of Local GAAP / IFRS and internal control processes. Knowledge and experience with financial systems and the integration of financial information into the General Ledger. CPA Active License a plus. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Impeccable analytical and organizational skills. Self-motivated and self-directed. BlackLine, Net Suite and Oracle experience a plus. InComm provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, citizenship, veteran's status, age, disability status, genetics or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law. This position is eligible for the Employee Referral Bonus Program-Tier 4 • Tue, 04 JunInComm
Project Cost Controller » Perth, WA - . We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Cost Controller to deliver consistent project support and assist in the preparation... projects to ensure projects are managed according to relevant financial contract. Coordination and monitoring of project... • Mon, 03 JunGHD
Project Financial Controller » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - employed in our new Yatala glass ... Click here to view more detail / apply for Project Financial Controller... financial governance and expert advice, across the program of work. You will highlight dependencies, process improvements... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Head of Financial Control » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - BE THE DIFFERENCE At AIA we don't simply believe in being 'the best'. We believe in better - because there's no limit to how far 'better' can take us. Everything we do is driven by our purpose to make a difference by helping people embrace Healthier, Longer, Better Lives. And every one of our people has an important part role to play. If you want to make a difference by helping shape a healthier, better-protected Australia, read on. The Opportunity We have an opportunity available for a Head of Financial Control to lead and co-ordinate our Financial Reporting and Accounting teams at AIA Australia. The successful incumbent will play a key role as part of the Finance and Actuarial management team and this role would suit someone currently working in a Financial Control role within Insurance or Financial Services. To do this successfully you will: Manage all aspects of Financial Reporting and Financial Accounting teams Lead and develop the broader Financial Control Team Meet and exceed Group Reporting and Financial Control Requirements & timeframes Ensure all compliance obligations are fulfilled in relation to Group, Regulators and other statutory bodies Build and maintains solid working relationships with peers in different AIA functions, departments and related businesses Develop financial principles, procedures and practices in AIA Australia in line with legal, regulatory and corporate requirements Coordinate appropriate reconciliations across the AIA and CMLA businesses Be responsible for all accounting policies, whether AIA Group defined, or specific to AIA and CMLA Australia Develop and implement, in consultation with staff, individual performance objectives and skills development vital to meet operational goals Participate in special projects, detailed analysis of other ad hoc tasks and responsibilities assigned by CFO or members of the Finance leadership team Successful applications will demonstrate: Experience working within a similar role within the insurance or financial services industry Tertiary qualification in Commerce, Accounting or similar and member of CAANZ/CPA or equivalent Strong financial control knowledge and experience Outstanding relationship management skills and the ability to engage collaborators to understand business objectives Experience report/paper writing for external publications and for presentation to the Board, ELT would be advantageous A proven understanding of corporate and insurance tax issues A strong understanding of commercial and operational business issues Experience working at an Executive Management and Senior leadership level Why choose AIA: At AIA, we've made a promise to help people live healthier, longer, better lives. And it starts with our own people. Access our training and development to build on your current skills Access additional leave days a year to recharge and refresh yourself Work with supportive and inclusive managers Flexible working arrangements At AIA Australia, we're proud to help guide, support and protect the wellbeing of over 3.5 million Australians. As part of the AIA Group - the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group - it is our ambition to engage one billion people to live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives by 2030. Lots of companies like to say they're different. What makes us truly different at AIA, is the difference we make in people's lives. We are proud that this difference has been recognised in the 2023 ANZIIF awards by being named Life Insurance Company of the Year. AIA is different. Are you? If you want to be part of an organisation that helps people live better every single day, apply via the link prior to Friday, 14 June 2024 • Sun, 02 JunAIA Group
Financial Controller » Australia - arrangements. The overall objective of the Controller and their team is to ensure that revenue and the financial statements... here: or connect with us on , , , or . About This Opportunity The Controller will have P&L and Balance Sheet responsibility... • Sun, 02 JunInComm Payments
Group Financial Controller - Pathway to CFO » Parramatta, NSW - is needed to join this forward-thinking team. This role is pivotal to the organisations continued growth and success, involving strategic financial management... Responsibilities: Develop and execute the financial strategy of the company. Lead the budgeting and forecasting processes. Manage... • Sat, 01 JunVeritas Recruitment$220000 - 240000 per year
Credit Controller » Sydney, NSW - is looking for an experienced Credit Controller to join their growing team, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business based... invoices Generating financial statements and reports clearly detailing accounts receivable status Resolve invoice related... • Sat, 01 JunRandstad$40 per hour
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Group Financial Controller - Pathway to CFO » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - The Company: Join a thriving Australian distribution organisation with a diverse product range, robust supplier relationships, and clear industry leadership. With headquarters based in Sydney, this company operates globally, experiencing significant and continuous growth over the past decade with ambitious plans for further expansion, ensuring they continue to capture market share. As an affiliate of a highly successful international group with extensive networks, this organisation has numerous projects planned for the next five years, which are expected to help achieve a projected 43% increase in revenue. You’ll be part of a dynamic, rapidly growing company with exciting opportunities ahead. The Role A highly skilled and experienced Head of Finance is needed to join this forward-thinking team. This role is pivotal to the organisations continued growth and success, involving strategic financial management, planning, and analysis. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with a proven track record in finance leadership. Key Responsibilities: • Develop and execute the financial strategy of the company. • Lead the budgeting and forecasting processes. • Manage cash flow and working capital. • Oversee the preparation of financial statements and management reports. • Implement and maintain robust internal controls to safeguard company assets. • Provide strategic financial insights and recommendations to senior management. • Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, liaising with external auditors. • Oversee tax planning and compliance. • Manage financial risks, including foreign exchange and interest rate exposures. • Mentor and develop the finance team structure and people - fostering a culture of excellence and continuous improvement. The Candidate The ideal candidate will possess a CPA or CA qualification and have a very solid and proven track record within Senior Finance leadership roles. Proven experience in a multinational organisation undertaking projects such as system upgrades, team restructures, overhauling internal controls is essential. A background of working in industries that have high transactions, are fast paced and complex is imperative. In this organisation, there are many internal and external touch points that need to be considered at all times. Excellent analytic, strategic planning, and problem-solving skills are required and a history of leading and developing teams is crucial. The Benefits • This is a pathway to a CFO role – with growth expected this role will develop. • A part of the ELT team • The chance to make a significant impact in a thriving organisation. • This role is for those who are looking for more than just your standard role – it will present a multitude of challenges. In the first instance, please apply online - for any information please call Debbie Hannaford - 02 9891 7400 or Urszula Lusk on 0414 921 649 • Sat, 01 JunVeritas Recruitment Parramatta Partnership
Financial Controller » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - HumanKapital is a full suite human resources, recruitment and WHS services provider. Our client is a highly successful, innovative service and asset operator using their extensive expertise in contract management, systems, infrastructure, finance, WH&S, and risk management. They are looking for an experienced Financial Controller (Parental Leave Cover) to join their team to play a key role in managing the financial reporting, financial risk management and compliance for the portfolio of assets of the company. ABOUT THE ROLE Reporting to the Chief Financial and Technology Officer this position is vital in supporting the modernisation of the finance function, the overhaul of accounting workpapers and practices and the implementation of a new ERP. Main responsibilities of this role include: Preparation of financial statements and managing external audit processes. Accurate tax planning and compliance. Providing support to the CFTO regarding Board papers, governance (FAR, internal controls etc.) Providing support to the Treasury Analyst regarding project finance modelling. Supporting the CFTO in the development of technical advice memos. Month end and year end accounting close management Ensuring financial compliance – contracts, risk and internal controls. Reviewing reconciliations and accounting workpapers and journals. Supervising Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Accountable for FloQast management and process standardization. Ensure half-year and annual statutory accounts are prepared in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards. Coordinating and implementing finance system upgrades as required. Facilitating and coordinating internal audits. Oversee the preparation of income tax calculations and tax accounting journals. ABOUT YOU Degree in Finance or related discipline – with CPA/CA accreditation. Minimum of 10 years’ post qualification experience with 5 years’ management experience. Strong Financial Modelling skills and understanding of tax consolidated groups. Strong industry experience in property development, asset holding / investment coordination, managing contractors / concession holders. High advanced MS Excel skills Experience with financial close software (e.g. Blackline, Trintech) Experience with complex legal entity structures. Excellent understanding of Australian tax and accounting standards. Experience in ERP implementation (Microsoft Business or Netsuite) Strong process improvement, finance transformation experience. Competent in external audit / statutory account preparation. BENEFITS Competitive remuneration based on experience. Secure and growing business. Easy to commute Melbourne CBD office. Team of collaborative and skilled professionals. Hybrid work options. If this sounds like your next opportunity, please click APPLY. If you would like more information, please call Sanaa on 0468463070 or email recruithumankapital.com.au. At HumanKapital we will ensure that your application will be evaluated fairly and without discrimination based on race, religion, colour, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin or any other basis covered by appropriate law. During the recruitment process we respect and seek to empower each individual while supporting the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences of our client’s workforce. We will ensure that each recruitment process will be evaluated on the basis of qualifications, merit, and the business needs of our client. • Fri, 31 MayHumanKapital
Assistant Group Financial Controller » Sydney, NSW - Your New Role: An exciting opportunity for an Assistant Group Financial Controller to join a leading global business... management skills. Leadership and management abilities. If interested in applying to the Assistant Financial Controller... • Fri, 31 MayRandstad$170000 per year
Regional Financial Controller » Perth, WA - Role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join our global finance team based in... Perth, Western Australia. This wide-ranging role is to act as a Financial business partner for Xodus’ Asia Pacific (APAC... • Fri, 31 MayXodus Group$150000 - 180000 per year
Financial Controller - Automotive Industry - KV13096 » Wodonga, VIC - Albury, NSW - car dealership client is seeking an experienced Financial Controller or Dealership Accountant looking to take the... or previous experience as a Financial Controller or Dealership Accountant, and that experience must have been gained in... • Fri, 31 MayMotor Staff
Financial Controller - Automotive Industry » Victoria, Australia - Our Albury / Wodonga client seeks a dealership experienced Financial Controller or Dealership Accountant ready to take the next step in their career. Albury / Wodonga Location Tree Change Opportunity $125k Super Car Our franchised volume brand new car dealership client is seeking an experienced Financial Controller or Dealership Accountant looking to take the next step in their career, for their busy operation located in the Albury / Wodonga area. The dealership offers its staff security of tenure, career advancement opportunities and a happy, friendly working atmosphere. The town offers all modern facilities including medical, sporting, educational, recreational and shopping. This is a beautiful part of the country and offers a more relaxed, enjoyable and laid-back lifestyle. Applicants for this position must have current or previous experience as a Financial Controller or Dealership Accountant, and that experience must have been gained in a franchised car dealership. You will have an eye for detail, and be able to forensically pinpoint and correct areas of financial weakness in the dealership. You will be responsible for managing the administration department and staff, as well as carrying out your own tasks. Salary for this role will be $125k super car. Relocation assistance may be offered. Interested and suitably qualified applicants should click apply. For many other Motor Staff automotive industry positions please visit our website at www.motorstaff.com.au, follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com.au/motorstaff, and join my LinkedIn network. Your resume must contain your address so we can assess commuting requirements. Applicants must be physically located in Australia and must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or hold a permanent residency visa. Motor Staff is Australia’s No 1 automotive industry recruitment agency. • Fri, 31 MayMotor Staff
Financial Controller - Automotive Industry - GN12852 » Australia - order to be invited for an interview, candidates MUST HAVE previous experience as an Accountant or Financial Controller..., volume brand franchised new car dealership located in the Illawarra area of NSW. They seek a dealership experienced Financial... • Thu, 30 MayMotor Staff
Financial Controller - Automotive Industry » Shellharbour, Shellharbour Area - Volume Brand Illawarra Area New Car Dealership seeks an experienced Financial Controller. Illawarra Area Location Relocation Well Worthwhile To $150k Com Car Our client is a highly regarded, volume brand franchised new car dealership located in the Illawarra area of NSW. They seek a dealership experienced Financial Controller, capable and ready to take control of this important position. This is a genuine career opportunity for the right candidate to enjoy state of the art facilities, a busy, friendly working environment and strong remuneration. In order to be invited for an interview, candidates MUST HAVE previous experience as an Accountant or Financial Controller gained within a franchised new car dealership. Candidates without such dealership experience will not be considered. You are career driven, motivated and capable of leading a team. You are organised, well presented and looking for a long term role. The remuneration for this position will be discussed individually with suitably qualified and experienced applicants. Potential earnings approaching $200k. Interested and suitably qualified applicants should click apply. For many other Motor Industry positions, please visit our website at www.motorstaff.com.au, follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn. Your resume must contain your address so we can assess commuting requirements. Applicants must be physically located in Australia and must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or hold a permanent residency visa. Please note that only those applicants with relevant industry experience will be acknowledged. • Thu, 30 MayMotor Staff
Regional Financial Controller » Perth CBD, Perth - Xodus Group is an international energy consultancy, founded on an integrated approach to energy challenges. Our expert engineering and advisory teams work on projects supporting clients across the globe using clever thinking to overcome challenges, promote sustainability, minimise environmental impact and maximise return on investment. We work across the energy sector addressing the global mix of energy infrastructure projects and innovative technology opportunities. Overall Purpose of the Role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join our global finance team based in Perth, Western Australia. This wide-ranging role is to act as a Financial business partner for Xodus’ Asia Pacific (APAC) region, working closely with the APAC Vice President and Xodus Finance Director and as part of an integrated global finance team within a dynamic and fast-paced organisation. The role combines financial and statutory accounts, management reporting and financial planning and analysis (FP&A), as well as development of members of the finance team. This role attends key management meetings, interactions across various business functions, and works closely with sub teams across the Xodus business in Perth, Melbourne and Tokyo. Requirements Partner with APAC business to support forecasting and the wider financial strategy. Prepare and issue monthly management account packs by set deadlines for the APAC region. Prepare and support quarterly forecasts and annual budgets. Prepare Statutory accounts and assistance with internal and external audits for APAC entities. Management of the APAC entities tax and statutory compliance. Assist the Finance Director with ad-hoc financial projects. Support APAC VP and divisional managers with financial and commercial matters as and when required. Support Project Managers with all aspects of management reporting, assist with tenders and proposal information when required. Coordinate tax advice for projects by consulting with external advisors when required. Support Commercial team with relevant insurances. Provide training within finance and to wider Xodus team as and when required. Oversee of purchase ledger function (supported by AP team in UK), ensuring creditors paid in timely manner. Oversee invoicing process and credit control (supported by APAC Project Administrators and AR Co-ordinator), ensuring DSO targets are met. Participate in business improvement initiatives such as supporting the role out and integration of new systems. Skills and Attributes Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work effectively with key stakeholders across the business. Agile business partnering and outstanding customer service etiquette. Value diversity, equity and inclusion and have proven ability in building a strong team culture. Able to collaborate effectively with team members, peers, supervisors and clients. Able to work independently and as part of a global team. Strong Microsoft Excel skills. Strong business acumen, commercial awareness and reporting skills. Ability to work flexibly under pressure and meet tight deadlines. Ability to independently manage own workload. Qualifications and Experience CA/CPA qualification or equivalent with 5 years of management or financial accounting experience. Supervisory experience (ideally within an AP or AR team) is beneficial but not essential. Experience with SAGE or equivalent. Willingness to work across international time zones. Benefits Opportunity to join a vibrant and growing business. Market competitive salary. Modern office near Elizabeth Quay in Perth with flexible and hybrid working available. This is a permanent full-time role (part-time can be considered) Life Insurance and Salary Continuance Insurances. Paid parental leave from day one of employment. Xodus is dedicated to fostering an equitable, diverse and inclusive workplace where, every voice is valued, every perspective is celebrated, and everyone has the opportunity to thrive. Connect with like-minded individuals and allies through our Employee Networks, including Xodus Women's Network, X Pride, Neurodiversity Network and Wellbeing Network. Xodus is committed to creating a working environment and culture that is compatible to the wellbeing of all our colleagues. Join us at Xodus and be part of a team that's shaping the future of energy. Together, we have the power to create change and make a difference. Apply now and let's build a brighter, more sustainable future, together Your application should include a cover letter outlining what skills you would bring to this role, along with your CV and confirmation of right to work in Australia. Applications close on 28 June 2024. • Thu, 30 MayXodus Group
Assistant Financial Controller » Queenstown, Otago - Lakeside, QLD - Controller with financial and operations tasks for multiple hotels. Work in an experienced finance team. Ensure accurate... financial reporting and meet deadlines efficiently. Job Description Assist the Financial Controller with financial... • Wed, 29 MayAccor
Financial Controller » Queensland - for an experienced financial controller has been created in this dynamic community focused organisation you will support the leadership... team with financial insights whilst providing direction to an accounts team. Working in a positive and collaborative... • Tue, 28 MayLawson Elliot$140000 - 160000 per year
Financial Controller » Perth CBD, Perth - Expressions of Interest Please direct your applications to our Group Financial Controller, who will handle all submissions with the utmost confidentiality Autoleague have an exciting opportunity for a driven and experienced Financial Controller or Senior Accountant who is looking to take the next step in their career. About Us: We are currently experiencing a period of growth and are excited to offer an opportunity for a Senior Accountant or Financial Controller to join our team. This role represents a unique chance to contribute to the success of our expanding business. Committed to customer satisfaction, we specialize in providing exceptional new and used vehicles that cater to the diverse needs of our clientele. Our team, consisting of passionate automotive enthusiasts, is dedicated to making every interaction memorable. We provide expert guidance and support throughout the car-buying journey. By joining us, you'll play a pivotal role in redefining the used car buying experience, becoming part of a dynamic team where innovation and exceptional customer service are paramount. Position This critical role will play a pivotal part in the financial management and strategic decision-making process of our dealership. The Financial Controller will be responsible for overseeing financial operations, ensuring compliance, and providing valuable insights to drive the dealership's growth and success. Your key responsibilities include: Financial Management: Oversee all financial aspects of the Dealership, including budgeting, forecasting, and financial reporting. Compliance: Ensure compliance with all relevant accounting standards, tax regulations, and internal policies. Cash Flow Management: Manage cash flow, working capital, and liquidity to support day-to-day operations effectively. Team Leadership: Lead and mentor the administration team, fostering a culture of excellence and accountability. Strategic Planning: Collaborate with senior management to develop and execute financial strategies that align with the dealership's goals. You Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field (CPA/CA qualification preferred). Exceptional communication and leadership abilities. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. Proficient in all facets of accounts function to trial balance/BAS returns Strong business acumen, commercial awareness and reporting skills Highly analytical and organised with very strong attention to detail Outstanding written and oral communication skills Sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite What we offer Competitive remuneration package including a car a fuel allowance Fantastic long term career opportunity with a leading automotive group Friendly and supportive company culture and management team Ongoing training and development Opportunities for career growth Work for one of the largest automotive groups in Australia If you are a dedicated financial professional looking to join a dynamic team and drive the financial success of a premier dealership like Autoleague, we want to hear from you You must have relevant qualifications & experience to be considered for this position. We will only be contacting those who match the criteria. Please note: Autoleague is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Anthony Mamet on 0449560035, quoting Ref No. 1169019. • Sat, 25 MayIDOMAG
Manager, Financial Control » The Rocks, Sydney - Sydney location Permanent, full time Hybrid working environment - 3 days in office How will I help? This role involves working with internal Westpac Institutional Bank (WIB) Finance and Treasury Finance teams both locally and with the offshore branches to ensure appropriate financial reporting and control over financial data relating to areas of responsibility. Some of your responsibilities will include: Assist with the London and New York Offshore Treasury month end reporting. This will include monthly reconciliations, Balance Sheet review, journal preparation and oversight of suspense clearing. Prepare financial statements disclosure notes, ensuring the timely and accurate delivery to Group. Oversee and work closely with the outsourced supplier to ensure the assigned tasks are accurately performed and within SLA. Perform monthly balance sheet review and commentary for WIB Supporting business unit and support semi-annual Finance Assurance Certificate sign-off, including validation of accrued balances. Obtain key knowledge on how Multiple Reporting Currencies (MRC) Oracle ledger operates in WIB and Treasury offshore business and their impact on Group's AUD reporting ledger. Support and provide SME advice. Identify process weakness and contribute to risk mitigation design and implementation, with aims of continuous simplification and improvement. Support new product and project implementation in the relevant responsible areas. What's in it for me? You'll play a significant part of the future of a business that has been around for 200 years. Our purpose is of creating better futures together. So, we'll back you in the development of your career, internal career prospects, and flexible working. You'll also keep learning to grow, backed by a fantastic team of people with a can-do, supportive structure. Whatever shape your family takes, we offer generous paid and unpaid parental leave for your nominated primary and support carers. This includes leave to organise adoptions, surrogacy, and foster care arrangements. And we continue to pay your super contributions while you take all the time you need to get your new family settled. What do I need? Tertiary qualification and CA/CPA designation or equivalent experience. 3 years financial accounting experience in financial institution / Banking. Institutional/market product exposure is an advantage. Demonstrated knowledge of financial accounting and financial control in financial institution environment Understands priorities of and adhere to deadlines Strong communications and influencing skills. Experience in accounting / finance systems, practical experience in Oracle is preferred. What is it like to work there? We aim to provide one big, supportive team to help us achieve our purpose of creating better futures together. As well as competitive remuneration and a great culture, joining the Westpac family means you will get some of the best banking, wealth and insurance benefits in the market. We back our employees by helping them work towards industry-recognised qualifications, using online learning, training modules and career planning tools for you to grow with us. We will even pay you to do volunteer or community work. As an equal opportunity employer, we are proud to have created a culture and work environment that values diversity and flexibility - and champions inclusion. How do I apply? Start here. Just click on the APPLY or APPLY NOW button. At Westpac we are committed to providing a supportive culture and creating diverse, inclusive, and accessible workplaces, branches, products and services for our customers, employees, and community. This role is open to experienced candidates seeking a discussion around workplace flexibility. We invite candidates of all ages, genders, sexual orientation, cultural backgrounds, people with disability, neurodiverse individuals, and Indigenous Australians to apply. If you have questions about the recruitment process, please email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? We can provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability and/or neurodiversity. If you require an adjustment to be made during the recruitment process at any stage, please call 1800 655 592 Option 2.3 or email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au • Sat, 25 MayWestpac
Financial Controller » Scoresby, Knox Area - Veritas Recruitment has been engaged to work exclusively with this Australian-owned and operated FMCG organisation. With a turnover inexcess of $200million, they are currently on an upward trajectory, driven by a recent acquisition. Based on this, they are now seeking a high performing and driven experienced Financial Controller to work within their Australian head office. Reporting to the CFO, the role will be responsible for the provision of all financials in an accurate and timely basis. More specifically, the role will entail: Preparation of all month end and year end financials Monthly analysis of business results to budget variances Co-ordinate internal and external audit activities Calculation and posting of accruals, prepayments and other general journals. Oversee bank reconciliation, cash reporting – multiple currencies. Fixed assets Balance Sheet reconciliations Statutory Accounting Monthly income tax and tax effect accounting entries Overseeing a team of 2 direct staff and up to 6 indirect transactional staff. Benefits Opportunity to work with a high performing team Career opportunities Annual bonus Hybrid working arrangements Brand new offices Onsite facilities including gym and carparking Employee wellness programs including a Masseur What we are looking for You will be either CA/CPA qualified Previous experience working in a fast paced large organisation Strong statutory accounting experience A passionate and inspirational hands on leader, ideally leading transactional staff Excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, and a high performer Interested? Apply today To apply online please click on the appropriate link and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Mandi Vitalos on 03 9535 2111. • Sat, 25 MayVeritas Recruitment Clayton Partnership
Financial Controller » Scoresby, VIC - on this, they are now seeking a high performing and driven experienced Financial Controller to work within their Australian head office. Reporting... • Fri, 24 MayVeritas Recruitment$130000 - 150000 per year
Group Financial Controller » Parramatta, NSW - Nambour, QLD - and global operations, is seeking an ambitious and driven Group Financial Controller to lead their group finance function... Group Financial Controller. The successful candidate will have the potential to advance to the CFO position within two years... • Fri, 24 MayMichael Page
Group Financial Controller » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Join a market-leading Australian success story poised for substantial growth in both local and global operations with an impressive growth trajectory projected over the next five years. You will have the potential to advance to the CFO position within two years, offering fantastic career progression. Client Details My client, a market-leading Australian success story poised for substantial growth in both local and global operations, is seeking an ambitious and driven Group Financial Controller to lead their group finance function. With an impressive growth trajectory projected over the next five years, this role presents an exceptional opportunity for an experienced Group Financial Controller. The successful candidate will have the potential to advance to the CFO position within two years, offering fantastic career progression. Description The Group Financial Controller will play a leading role in the financial reporting and consolidation processes for the group. This senior hands-on role requires expertise in IFRS, strategic analysis, and a commitment to fostering continuous improvement within our finance operations. Leading the Group Reporting team, you will be the cornerstone of financial reporting for the Group, ensuring adherence to accounting standards. You will also actively drive continuous improvement initiatives across the group and be passionate about people leadership. Other key responsibilities will include the following: Consolidation requirements and reconciliation of underlying records to final statutory reporting positions. Assisting with periodic management reporting, analytics, and commentary. Co-ordinating the external audit process together with other members team. Providing technical accounting support and analysis. Partnering with local finance teams to promote process and reporting consistency and group oversight. Profile The successful applicant with have the following: CA/CPA qualification Profound knowledge of accounting principles including IFRS and consolidation Previous experience working in a similar position managing finance and accounting functions within a medium-sized manufacturing, FMCG, industrial products or logistics industry. Self-motivated with outstanding time management skills. Proven leadership abilities with a history of successfully leading and developing teams. Demonstrated success in continuously enhancing financial and management accounting procedures and outcomes. Advanced stakeholder management skills, with a passion for partnering with senior non-finance stakeholders. Job Offer Join a market-leading Australian success story poised for substantial growth in both local and global operations with an impressive growth trajectory projected over the next five years. The successful candidate will have the potential to advance to the CFO position within two years, offering fantastic career progression. They offer a competitive compensation package and a supportive and collaborative work environment that encourages personal and professional development. Located in a convenient Western Sydney location with onsite parking. To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Nelson Camacho on 61 2 8836 0786 • Fri, 24 MayMPAU Finance
Financial Controller » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Mini Masterminds is a privately owned and family run Child Care group whose aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, and nurturing environment. Mini Masterminds is seeking an experienced hands-on Financial Controller to lead a high performing finance team. Responsibilities: Manage and support a team of 4 highly motivated accounts officers and accountants Prepare timely and accurate financial statements, budgets, forecasts and ad hoc reports Analyse financial data to identify trends, opportunities and challenges Manage cash flow to ensure timely payment of invoices and collection of outstanding debts Provide regular and timely reporting on financial performance to stakeholders Providing financial leadership across the business Oversee and assist with Accounts payable, Accounts Receivable and Payroll functions Requirements: At least 5 years' local experience as a Financial Controller or finance manager Bachelor's degree in finance or accounting Strong knowledge of accounting principles, standards, laws, regulations, as well as experience in budgeting & forecasting Excellent analytical skills with the ability to interpret complex financial data accurately Effective communication skills to collaborate with internal stakeholders as well as external parties such as auditors and regulators. Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a team environment as well as independently Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously while maintaining strong attention to detail Ability and willingness to be hands on as required Experience within the Child Care industry would be preferred This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller professional seeking a challenging role within a dynamic organization that values innovation. We also provide additional benefits such as; Childcare discounts Continuous career development opportunities with the support of a dedicated management team Free on site parking Great team environment Great leadership and mentoring for career growth If you are passionate about delivering results while utilizing your skills in a fast-paced environment, then we encourage you to apply today Click on Apply Now button or send your CV along with a covering letter explaining why you would be perfect for this role. Join us at Mini Masterminds To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact The Team at Mini Masterminds on 130033MINI, quoting Ref No. 1169704. • Fri, 24 MayMini Masterminds
Regional Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - . Job Description Your New Role As the Regional Financial Controller for Leidos Australia, you will provide leadership and oversight of a large... within a complex environment. As an accomplished Financial Controller, you will be responsible for the following areas, notably... • Thu, 23 MayLeidos
Regional Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - . Job Description Your New Role As the Regional Financial Controller for Leidos Australia, you will provide leadership and oversight of a large... within a complex environment. As an accomplished Financial Controller, you will be responsible for the following areas, notably... • Thu, 23 MayLeidos
Regional Financial Controller » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Your New Role As the Regional Financial Controller for Leidos Australia, you will provide leadership and oversight of a large, highly functioning team in Australia, as well as across Asia. This is a high visibility role and fundamental within the finance leadership team, the key to its success would be your people leadership skills and strong technical experience within a complex multinational environment. Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President, Leidos Chief Accounting Officer in the US, you will have the responsibility for ensuring the financial integrity and compliance of all financial transactions and managing all statutory reporting obligations for the US and APAC Regions. This role is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to demonstrate their ability to lead and mentor team members, enhancing the team’s careers for the future. • Thu, 23 MayLeidos
Assistant Finance Controller » Manly, Manly Area - Job Description We are actively searching for an experienced Assistant Finance Controller professional to become an integral part of our brand-new property. This position is responsible for assisting the Finance Controller in the daily operation of the Finance Department, directly overseeing and assisting with accounts payable, receivables and payroll operations. You have an outcome driven approach to performance & results and you strive to achieve excellence in your field. Responsibilities: Liaise with all Department Heads as to cost effective measures to enhance their department’s profitability. Ensuring credit approval and collection policies of the Hotel are adhered to at all times. Monitor and check all procedures relating to payroll for the Hotel. Ensure all in-house ledgers are constantly in balance. Monitor the Debtors balance. Effectively monitor and control the cash flow for the complex. Effectively develop and monitor all financial systems for the Hotel with a view to improving and streamlining procedures. Monitor and check all audits relating to financial standards and procedures. Ensure cash handling procedures and policies of the Hotel are strictly adhered to. Implement procedures to recover outstanding debts. Ensure credit approval and collection policies of the Hotel are adhered to at all times. Ensure all payments made to the Owners are effectively reconciled and deposited on time, in accordance with the relevant Management Agreements (where the Hotel is managed by Accor). Assist in the preparation of Hotel Annual budgets with the Department Heads and the General Manager. Accountable for the compilation of quarterly forecasting, ensuring that all Department Heads have complete and equal input. Assist, advice, and collate monthly departmental forecasts. Supply all departments with accurate statistical information on a timely basis. Cooperate with all other departments offering support information on finance matters as required. • Thu, 23 MayAccorHotel
Financial Controller » Sydney, NSW - Nambour, QLD - financial reports to the executive team. Manage financial risks, ensure adherence to comprehensive accounting standards... financial queries while providing guidance to the business. Ensure business compliance, verify adherence to standards... • Wed, 22 MayMichael Page$190000 - 200000 per year
Financial Controller » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Our client is revolutionising supply chain resilience and logistics efficiency through the development of transportation and distribution networks across Australia. Client Details Work for a fast paced logistics company $190k-$200k plus superannuation Description Oversee and manage statutory reporting, year-end processes, tax matters, and liaise with external auditors and tax advisors to ensure compliance. Lead the audit compliance process, ensuring timely completion, and develop board packs for presenting financial reports to the executive team. Manage financial risks, ensure adherence to comprehensive accounting standards, and complete month-end and monthly management processes. Supervise cash-flow management, budgeting processes, and address financial queries while providing guidance to the business. Ensure business compliance, verify adherence to standards, and collaborate with senior stakeholders to establish new processes and reporting practices. Profile CA/CPA qualified and Big 4/Top 10 trained. 8 years of post-qualification experience. Competitive salary and benefits package Work from home flexibility. Job Offer Competitive salary and benefits package Work from home flexibility. Learning and development opportunities. To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Andrew Kiely at 61 2 8292 2237. • Wed, 22 MayMPAU Finance
Financial Controller » Mackay, QLD - Company Description We have a unique opportunity for a an experienced Financial Controller to join our Team.... Collaborating closely with the leadership team, the Financial Controller is responsible for the overall budgeting, planning... • Wed, 22 MayAccor
Financial Controller » Sydney CBD, Sydney - The Company Our client, a leading global logistics company, is renowned for delivering innovative supply chain solutions. They are committed to excellence, efficiency, and customer satisfaction. As they continue to expand their global operations, they are seeking a talented Financial Controller to join their dynamic team. The company has ambitious growth plans, aiming to double in size within the next 3-5 years. The Role As the Financial Controller, you will play a pivotal role in managing the financial health of the company. You will oversee financial operations, provide strategic advice, and engage in commercial finance and business partnering. This multifaceted role requires a balance of financial expertise and strategic insight to drive business performance. You will also manage a team of up to 8 direct reports. Key Responsibilities: · Lead and manage the finance department, ensuring efficient and accurate financial reporting. · Develop and maintain robust financial controls and processes. · Oversee budgeting, forecasting, and financial planning activities. · Provide strategic recommendations to the senior management team based on financial analysis and projections. · Ensure compliance with local and international accounting standards and regulations. · Liaise with external auditors and regulatory bodies. · Manage cash flow, treasury, and risk management functions. · Collaborate with other departments to support overall business objectives. · Engage in commercial finance activities, including pricing strategies, contract negotiations, and financial risk assessment. · Act as a business partner to various departments, offering financial insights to support strategic decisions. · Manage and mentor a team of up to 8 direct reports, fostering a high-performance culture. Your Skills & Experience · Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field. CA or equivalent certification preferred. · Minimum of 7 years of experience in financial management, with at least 3 years in a similar role. · Strong knowledge of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) and local GAAP. · Proven experience in budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis. · Excellent leadership and team management skills. · Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities. · Proficient in CargoWise ERP system. · Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. Apply today Applications will be accepted by submitting your CV directly via email to Vicky Tan on vicky.tanroberthalf.com.au Please note that due to the large numbers of responses expected, it may be difficult to respond with a personal message to every application. 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. • Tue, 21 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller - interim » Sydney, NSW - Reporting into the Group Financial Controller of this listed fund manager, you're responsible for leading a high... performing team of five to deliver Financial Reporting for the group. You will be a the key finance point of contact for the... • Tue, 21 MayPerigon Group$180000 - 220000 per year
Financial Controller » Sydney, NSW - operations, they are seeking a talented Financial Controller to join their dynamic team. The company has ambitious growth plans..., aiming to double in size within the next 3-5 years. The Role As the Financial Controller, you will play a pivotal role in... • Tue, 21 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller » Penrith, Penrith Area - Responsibilities/Main Activities Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division is seeking to hire a Financial Controller. The successful candidate should reside in Sydney, Australia. As the Financial Controller you will be responsible for: Oversee the preparation of monthly / quarterly financial reports for submission to Hexagon Headquarters. Oversee the preparation of all monthly financial reporting Manage a team of finance and accounting professionals as well as monitoring sales administration activities to ensure that the Finance division's obligations and objectives are successfully completed. Ensure all monthly, quarterly, and ad hoc analytical and narrative reviews of profit & loss and balance sheet performance are completed by the Finance team in a timely manner. Ensure compliance with all corporate, financial, and accounting policies and reporting deadlines. Ensure statutory and timely reporting to all government bodies and statutory boards. Complete the annual budget and monthly forecasts for ALI Australia. Delegate and coordinate general administrative, accounting, and financial duties with the members of the Finance Division to maintain operational efficiency. Oversee the end of year statutory audit and tax reporting and ensure that they comply with all relevant Australian legislation and Hexagon company policies. Monitor and review internal controls and processes to drive continuous improvements including working with other departments within the organization in joint efforts to improve systems and processes. Provide advice, assistance, and support to senior management and other employees on a variety of financial and accounting matters. Prepare/review revenue recognition assessment for multiple element contracts. Review major contracts with regards to financial terms and conditions. Oversee and coordinate the completion of any other financial, accounting, or administrative duties as reasonably required by senior management. LI-AC1 Qualifications and Experience Required A minimum of 6 years' experience in a Financial Accounting, Financial management or Senior Accounting position, preferably within a corporate environment. A minimum of 3 years' experience managing a team of Finance or Accounting professionals and acting as a finance lead within a corporate executive team. A 4 year Degree in a relevant Accounting or Financial field from a recognized University. Previous exposure to multinational company accounting and reporting requirements, including software revenue recognition practices, foreign currency reporting, and highly scheduled reporting timetables. Strong accounting background with experience in a range of different financial and accounting functions. Proven experience at being able to coordinate a team of professionals to consistently meet deadlines and ensure adherence to relevant legislation. Advanced Excel Skills Deadline driven with a track record of planning, organizing and prioritizing. Desirable: MBA degree, knowledge of Great Plains and Outlooksoft In depth knowledge and working experience in the Enterprise Software Industry, Thorough understanding of Australian's taxation, financial reporting, and corporate governance laws. • Tue, 21 MayHexagon
Group Financial Controller » The Rocks, Sydney - We are seeking an experienced Group Financial Controller to join our team on a 12-month contract basis. This role is crucial for maintaining the highest standards of compliance with accounting policies and processes within the Domain Group. Its main responsibilities include producing timely and accurate group statutory results, overseeing external audits, offering expert advice on technical accounting matters, and fulfilling the Domain Group's external reporting and disclosure obligations. Additionally, this role is committed to driving continuous process and reporting improvements. Reporting Line: You'll report directly to the Head of Financial Control, Treasury, and Risk. Who are you? We're seeking a candidate with extensive experience in Corporate or Group reporting roles, coupled with strong leadership skills and a passion for excellence. You should be adept at communication across all levels, possess a keen eye for detail, and be committed to continuous improvement in financial procedures and outcomes. Some of the responsibilities required of the ideal candidate include: Prepare precise consolidated results for the Domain Group, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and accounting standards. Oversee the month-end process for the Group, ensuring timely and accurate preparation of consolidated financial statements. Manage the half-year review, year-end audit process, and other assurance processes to ensure compliance and accuracy. Support the process for Audit & Risk Committee (A&RC) and Board reporting Supervise the outsourced record-to-report team to maintain efficient and accurate financial reporting processes. Develop and maintain group accounting policies and procedures to ensure consistency and compliance. Provide ongoing updates and training to the corporate accounting team on accounting standards and regulatory requirements. Interpret and respond to releases from regulatory bodies, reporting on their impact and planned actions. Offer accounting advice and conduct due diligence for potential acquisitions, divestitures, and other commercial ventures to ensure sound financial decisions. Oversee Corporate Accounting and support reporting for Investor Relations to maintain transparency and accuracy in financial reporting. Drive a focus on continuous improvement in accounting processes and internal/external reporting to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. You Should Have: Extensive relevant experience, with a significant portion in Corporate or Group reporting roles. Proven ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, across all levels. Strong leadership abilities and a track record of successfully managing teams. Lead by example: exhibit professionalism, supportiveness, and collaboration as a Finance leader, inspiring teams to excel. Demonstrated commitment to continuously improving financial and management accounting procedures and results. In-depth knowledge of corporate disclosures required for an Australian ASX listed company. Strong technical accounting knowledge Experience with A&RC and Board reporting. Extensive experience in external reporting. Proven ability to effectively liaise with and manage internal and external stakeholders. Advanced skills in spreadsheet and data manipulation. Accounting or Finance degree (required) A CA/CPA or equivalent qualification (required) Big 4 experience (desirable) Why join us? We're the right size business for you to make a real impact, with a workplace culture where you can be you. Perks of the role include: Discover your ideal work-life balance with our approach to flexibility - whether it's adjusted hours or making the most of working remotely and from our offices, let's chat about what works best for you; First-rate parental leave and wellbeing policies; Access to Perkbox, giving you discounts across healthcare, entertainment, food, utilities and more Continuous opportunities to leap, learn and grow. We don't just talk, we do. Every day we solve property problems for Australians and beyond. We encourage our people to see the possibilities, and turn them into realities. That's why we want you. Who are we? We shine a light on all things property. Our business aims to simplify the property journey for all involved; motivated by expertise and our exclusive data. Changing the way people engage with property requires a team of diverse thinkers. What's next? One of our talent partners will give your application a good look and give you a call if it's a good match, so apply now Don't meet every single requirement? We're committed to building an inclusive, diverse and supportive workplace, so if you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly, we encourage you to send in your application. You may just be the perfect candidate for this opportunity or another within the Domain Group. Got what it takes? • Sun, 19 MayDomain Group
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - a highly skilled and dynamic Financial Controller to join the team and make a real impact. The Role:Reporting to the Managing... Director, the incoming Financial Controller will play a crucial role in the organisation, offering their expertise to the... • Sat, 18 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - skilled and dynamic Financial Controller to join the team and contribute to the organisation's continued success. The... RoleReporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Financial Controller will play a crucial role in the finance team... • Sat, 18 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company: Robert Half are partnering with one of Melbourne's most established and respected construction groups, including an incredibly diverse commercial development project portfolio. This organisation is punching above its weight and has experienced continuous growth and expansion. As a result of its success and increasing scope of operations they are now seeking a highly skilled and dynamic Financial Controller to join the team and make a real impact. The Role: Reporting to the Managing Director, the incoming Financial Controller will play a crucial role in the organisation, offering their expertise to the overall finance function along with providing a hands-on approach to the business as a whole. Main duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Managing month-end processing, daily bank reconciliations, preparing financial reports. Forecasting is a pivotal function of this role along with managing business cashflow. Managing CBUS, Protect, Leaveplus and Superannuation. Posting sub ledgers to GL, EOM, bank, cashbook, debtors, creditors and payroll. Evaluating and managing risk, coordinating audit process. Analysis of financial data and providing live market insights. Oversight and preparation of income statements. Managing multiple key stakeholders and project managers. 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. Understanding of EBA wage guidelines. Excel proficiency is essential. Strong people person, great communicator. Work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment with a forward-thinking team with the opportunity for professional growth and senior career advancement. Contribute to the transformation and growth of a company that values your personality and expertise. Apply Today: Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne . Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Reference No. 06810-0012981010WT 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
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
Financial Controller | Property Management » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Our client is an expanding, family-owned, and innovative property investment and management group operating with a strategic focus on maximizing returns from a diverse and substantial portfolio of assets. They have a turnover of around $55M with $950M worth in assets. With a proven track record of success, the company has established itself as a respected player in the real estate industry. The management team, though compact, operates seamlessly with an integrated approach, ensuring that each member brings unique expertise to the table. Currently, the company is seeking a talented Financial Controller on a temp-to-perm basis, and available within short notice, to join a close-knit team in a family office environment. The Role Reporting to the CFO and with a dotted line to the Managing Director, your main responsibilities will include: Managing a team of 5-6 talented Finance professionals Lead and manage Finance and Administration operations Ensure day-to-day operations align with the core purpose, including effective controls and processes. Oversight of the month-end and year-end process. Financial Reporting as well as efficient management accounting and decision support. Business Partnering closely with the Property and Operation divisions. Implement effective controls, policies, and procedures for administration, finance, accounting and IT. Assess and enhance existing controls, emphasizing efficiency and relevance to management decision support tools. Improve existing processes within the finance function. Budgeting & Forecasting Financial Modelling in Excel Project accounting and reporting. Oversight of the Annual Audit and liaising with external auditors. Collaborate with the CFO to manage the treasury function. Other ad-hoc tasks that may include Operations support. Your Profile You will be an individual with a strong background in forever changing environments with the ability to adapt and make improvements as a part of your day to day. You must be able to demonstrate the highest levels of technical oversight from a management perspective, along with the ability to identify areas of improvement within business systems and processes. CPA or CA qualification and immediate availability (or close to) are preferences. You will have experience working within a vibrant, fast-paced environment and be a strong communicator who can present to senior executives. You will be comfortable liaising with business stakeholders and external consultancies at various levels and understand what their requirements are and how IT will enable strategic and commercial outcomes. Apply Today This role is currently vacant and there is strong desire to have someone in place very quickly. Please don't hesitate in applying today. Or for further information please contact Deeon Taylor-Dean on 9691 3666. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference No: 06810-00 12979926 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. • Fri, 17 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller | Property Management » Melbourne, VIC - that each member brings unique expertise to the table. Currently, the company is seeking a talented Financial Controller on a temp... core purpose, including effective controls and processes.Oversight of the month-end and year-end process.Financial... • Fri, 17 MayRobert Half
Audit Manager | Financial Controller | Immediate Start » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Our client is a large healthcare organisation that provides an essential service to at-risk individuals across Victoria. The business is engaged with a portfolio of commercial projects which has generated the need for an additional senior resource within the finance function to support operations. This is a great opportunity for a talented financial controller or general manager of finance to work in a complex reporting environment alongside respected stakeholders. You will assist with and gain exposure to rare commercial projects that will be invaluable experience in the future. The offices reside in an accessible location within the CBD, with work conditions complimented by a flexible work from home structure that mandates only 2 days in office. There is a focus on internal culture and positive workplace relationships which is instilled at the executive level. The right candidate should expect to play an integral part in promoting a healthy office environment. The Role This is a financial controller role which will see you overseeing year-end reporting, audit, and a small team of qualified accountants. Your role includes the following: Guide and participate in the statutory reporting and year-end processes Lead the audit compliance process ensuring completion at an appropriate timeline Develop board packs and present financial reports to the C-Suite Management of financial risks and comprehensive accounting standards Facilitate a talented accounting team, ensuring month-end and monthly management processes are completed diligently Supervise cash-flow management and budgeting processes Manage financial queries and provide guidance to general managers of various business units Review and develop the yearly strategic plan in cooperation with executives Manage all business compliance and verify standards are met Set performance goals and ensure all staff receive adequate training Provide ad-hoc assistance to incumbent consultants/senior finance stakeholders with commercial projects Your Skills and Experience CPA or CA qualification Big-4 experience is highly regarded Experience leading audit engagements and preparing financial statements is essential Proven experience in technical statutory reporting environments Exposure to complex technology domains, with multiple overlapping systems from different group entities Impeccable communication skills and demonstrated management experience Exceptional business analysis skills Advanced excel and data analytics skillset About You Work with some of Australia's leading executives and board members who have worked in C-Suite positions within ASX100 businesses Ability to add tangible value in a short timeframe. This is a hands-on commercial role which will be involved in large commercial projects, strategic planning, and integration work Flexible working environments - freedom to work from home 3 days a week Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Suitable candidates will be contacted directly via their application in the next 14 days. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Ref: 06810-00 12978784 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. • Thu, 16 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller » Melbourne Region, Victoria - The Company The organisation is a private group that provides services to the construction sector. The group has been established for over 10 years and continues to experience strong growth. The Role Working closely with the owner, the primary focus of your role is providing on-going strategic advice and initiatives to facilitative business growth and strong financial management. Key duties and responsibilities include: Financial management, cash flow management Reporting and compliance Implementation of initiatives/projects Leadership of a small professional team Management of key relationships - banking, accounting, legal Budgeting and forecasting Experience Required The preferred candidate will be CA/CPA qualified and will have depth of professional experience. Ideally, you will have prior experience/exposure to contracting services (building/construction/project management) and associated accounting and finance knowledge. In addition, to your technical skills, you will possess leadership capabilities and personal drive. How to Apply If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please click the 'Apply' button. Alternatively, please phone Mal Stuart 0413 308 314 • Thu, 16 MayKingfisher Recruitment Pty Ltd
Group Financial Controller » Pyrmont, NSW - We are seeking an experienced Group Financial Controller to join our team on a 12-month contract basis. This role... Head of Financial Control, Treasury, and Risk. Who are you? We're seeking a candidate with extensive experience in... • Thu, 16 MayDomain Group
Audit Manager | Financial Controller | Immediate Start » Melbourne, VIC - resource within the finance function to support operations.This is a great opportunity for a talented financial controller... RoleThis is a financial controller role which will see you overseeing year-end reporting, audit, and a small team of qualified... • Thu, 16 MayRobert Half
Group Financial Controller » Sydney, NSW - About the role An opportunity has arisen for a strong technical all-round Group Financial Controller... with the key stakeholders. This role reports to the Chief Financial Officer. The responsibilities The main duties include... • Wed, 15 MaySharp & Carter
Financial Controller » Melbourne, VIC - closely with the Managing Director and broader leadership team, the Financial Controller will be responsible for providing... financial management and oversight to the business and its entities while establishing and developing relevant financial... • Tue, 14 MayRimfire Resources
Financial Controller- Holiday Inn Express (RC) » Sydney, NSW - Role Pro-invest Group is seeking an experienced finance professional to join our team as Assistant Financial Controller..., based at our corporate office in Sydney. Working closely with our Senior Assistant Financial Controllers, and Head... • Tue, 14 MayAffinity Migration$100000 - 120000 per year
Financial Controller- Holiday Inn Express (RC) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Brief: Pro-invest Group is a global asset management and investment firm specialising in real estate, with an extensive track record of both delivering new-build hotels and repositioning existing hotels across Australia and New Zealand. As a leading hotel developer, we are a trusted partner to some of the world's most recognised hotel brands, including Holiday Inn Express, Voco, Sebel, Indigo and Kimpton. Pro-Invest Developments (PID) is a dynamic and forward-thinking real estate development company that is dedicated to creating exceptional properties and experiences. With a strong commitment to innovation, sustainability, and community engagement, we are at the forefront of the industry, setting new standards for excellence. About the Role Pro-invest Group is seeking an experienced finance professional to join our team as Assistant Financial Controller, based at our corporate office in Sydney. Working closely with our Senior Assistant Financial Controllers, and Head of Finance, you will assist in the day-to-day management of finance operations across Pro-invest Group and Vista Hospitality Group. Responsibilities: Work closely with our Senior Assistant Financial Controllers and Head of Finance, to manage, support and provide accounting services to our Hotels. Liaise with Hotel management teams to ensure cost effective measures are in place to enhance their respective profitability. Understand, monitor and control cashflow for all properties. Capital Expenditure tracking and Fixed Asset Register maintenance. Prepare monthly reporting, ensuring compliance. Involvement in the preparation and compilation of the annual budgets and monthly forecasting, ensuring that all hotel teams have complete and equal input. Provide finance support to operational departments as required. Skills Required: Attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to multitask, prioritise and delegate. Proficiency in Excel. Proactivity, with a passion for innovation and pioneering change. Demonstrated experience in Finance. Hospitality industry preferred. Tertiary qualifications in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or a related field is a plus. Benefits Make your mark in a global company at a time of growth. Work across multiple brands within Pro-invest Hotels and Vista Hospitality. Access to global accommodation and dining discounts from day 1. Flexible working arrangements. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing company and a group of hotels that are looking to redefine service excellence by ensuring the guest experience is at the heart of all we do. We strongly believe in developing our own colleagues and promoting from within, so the opportunities are boundless for those that are passionate and deliver. If you are ready to be part of this growing group, then we would love to hear from you At Pro-invest Group, we invite applicants from all backgrounds within the communities we operate. We are looking for individuals who seek to contribute to and celebrate our values of Trust, Transparency, Integrity, and Commitment. Pro-invest Administration Pty Ltd (PIA) is an associated entity of Pro-invest Developments II Pty Ltd (PID) The salary is between 100k to 120k. • Tue, 14 MayAffinity Migration Group Pty Ltd
Financial Controller » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join an agricultural asset and investment management group as a Financial Controller in a hands-on role focusing on finance operations Our Client Our client has an established, reputable track record in managing agricultural assets and fund management. They have a focus on growing sustainable agri-partnerships and utilise the talent they have built internally to continue to build relationships and business connections that tie them to the agricultural industry. They pride themselves in their business principes and continue to endeavour to challenge themselves and the industry. The Position Based in their Melbourne office and working closely with the Managing Director and broader leadership team, the Financial Controller will be responsible for providing financial management and oversight to the business and its entities while establishing and developing relevant financial controls. Managing a small team, you will be a hands-on leader, working closely to support, develop and streamline the finance operations, but also connecting with relevant external stakeholders to the business. You will have a thorough understanding of the business finances and levers, and be able to share and translate financial trends across the business. You will ensure a culture of financial best practices to provide financial guidance and leadership to both existing and new business opportunities and projects as they develop. The Person The ideal candidate will possess the following key skills and experience; Knowledge or a connection working within an agribusiness or farming related organisation. Experience in a similar role (5 years) and relevant tertiary qualifications in Finance/Business. Exposure to investment management, including structuring, risk analysis, fund establishment and financial requirements. Ability to review and respond to industry specific financial trends and information. Ability to review, develop and streamlines business systems and tools. Experience and willingness to work within a dynamic and growing business. Hands on leadership style and exceptional communication skills. This is a unique opportunity within the industry and an attractive package will be offered to the successful candidate. To enquire phone Ryan Hoiberg on 1300 380 701 for a confidential discussion or submit your application with a tailored cover letter addressing the criteria and an updated resume. • Tue, 14 MayRimfire Resources
Financial Controller l Education l Temp to Perm » Fitzroy, Yarra Area - The Company Our client is a leading early childhood organisation based in Melbourne, dedicated to providing exceptional care and educational services across 70 sites. With a workforce of 1200 committed staff members, they uphold a reputation for excellence and innovation in the education sector. As part of their ongoing commitment to financial integrity and strategic growth, they are seeking an experienced Interim Financial Controller to join their team. Position Type: 6-month temporary position on a daily rate with the potential to extend or permanent employment. Ideally you are immediately available as this role requires you to start in May. Responsibilities: Oversee day-to-day financial operations, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulatory standards. Manage a team of 5 professionals, including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Financial Accountants, and an Assistant Accountant. Provide strategic financial insights to support decision-making processes and drive business growth. Conduct variance analysis to identify areas for improvement and optimise financial performance. Ensure timely and accurate preparation of financial reports, including month-end and year-end statements. Partnering with Execs, GM's and other operational staff on finance related matters. Manage cash flow to support operational needs and long-term financial stability. Liaise with auditors to facilitate annual audits and ensure compliance with audit requirements. Continuously improving systems and processes within the finance function. Collaborate with the CFO and senior management team to develop and implement financial strategies aligned with organisational goals. Key Selection Criteria: CA or CPA qualification with a proven track record of financial leadership and management in a similar role. Strong analytical skills with the ability to interpret complex financial data and provide actionable insights. Excellent communication skills, with the ability to effectively engage with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation. Experience managing and developing high-performing finance teams, fostering a culture of accountability and collaboration. Demonstrated expertise in financial reporting, including hands-on experience with month-end and year-end processes. Proven ability to navigate regulatory requirements and ensure compliance with relevant accounting standards. Strategic mindset with a focus on driving continuous improvement and achieving organisational objectives. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, managing competing priorities while maintaining a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. If you are a dynamic and experienced financial professional looking to make a significant impact within a reputable organisation, we encourage you to apply for this exciting interim opportunity. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on categories protected under local law. Reference number: 06810-0012975660 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. • Mon, 13 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller l Education l Temp to Perm » Fitzroy, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - growth, they are seeking an experienced Interim Financial Controller to join their team. Position Type:6-month temporary... for excellence and innovation in the education sector. As part of their ongoing commitment to financial integrity and strategic... • Mon, 13 MayRobert Half
Financial Controller, Funds Management » The Rocks, Sydney - Mirvac's people are our most valuable asset. We are proud to have built a culture of inclusivity, innovation and collaboration, becoming a place where people genuinely want to work. Two recent accolades to reflect this are: 1 in AFR BOSS' Best Places to Work in Property, Construction & Transport 2022 1 Company Globally for Gender Equality in Equileap's 2022 & 2023 Review We also offer a number of competitive and unique benefits for permanent employees including: Flexible Work Arrangements $1000 of Mirvac Securities Annually Leadership and Professional Development Programs Generous Parental & Partner Leave Policy Unlimited Volunteer Leave and National Community Day Mirvac Pride Committee Mirvac is an Australian property group with a clearly defined purpose to 'reimagine urban life'. For over 50 years, we've dedicated ourselves to shaping Australia's urban landscape. Our evolution has been significant, growing from a small joint venture to a thriving ASX-listed property group that leads the way in sustainability, innovation, safety and placemaking. Our opportunity As Financial Controller, Funds Management, you will be responsible for internal and external reporting across Managed Funds and the Funds Management business. This includes working with relevant stakeholders to design, implement and maintain appropriate systems, processes, controls and governance for Managed Funds and Mirvac's Funds Management business. This role is also the lead Finance business partner for managed vehicles and Fund teams without a dedicated finance business partner currently half the Funds Management platform. The Financial Controller, Funds Management is a senior member in the Mirvac's Funds Management team. The role reports directly to the General Manager, Finance. Your responsibilities will include: People leadership: Build a high performing finance team to support Funds Management, fostering close collaboration with the Group Advisory Solutions function and across divisions and departments, in a manner that maximises business outcomes. Actively develop people, culture and capability with own team whilst contributing to the culture of the broader team. Reporting and performance management: Delivery of all financial reporting and analysis activities for the Funds Management business, and Funds managed on behalf of our Capital Partners. This includes co-ordination of engagement across Group Advisory Solutions, external auditors, external joint venture partners and other stakeholders as required. Support implementation of the performance management framework to improve timeliness and quality of information for decision making. Financial control and governance: Ensure robust and reliable processes, controls and governance is in place across Funds Management. Identify opportunities and implement solutions to make improvements to ensure efficient, transparent and effective processes, controls and governance. Business Partnering: Partner with the Funds Management Leadership team to drive performance of the Funds Management Business including providing insight into, recommend initiatives to grow profitability, manage cost base and maintain appropriate overhead controls. Provide Finance business partnering support to managed vehicles and Funds Management teams without a dedicated finance business partner. Policies: Perform regular reviews of finance related policies and where required. Work with the National Manager, Operations and Fund Managers to develop new policies to support Managed Funds. Risk Management: Partner with the Group Risk function to help develop and maintain a strong risk-based culture and environment, with risk profiles, risk assessments and control self-assessments operating effectively. External stakeholders and service providers: Build strong relationships with external stakeholders such as auditors and tax advisors to ensure smooth delivery of advice and opinions. Manage relationships and drive outcomes with the Mirvac Service Centre in Manila, to provide offshore support to Finance and Digital teams. Tax: Responsible for overseeing day to day tax compliance activities and collaborating with Group tax on complex matters and key transactions. Treasury: Work with Treasury team to ensure appropriate cashflow management is in place for Managed Funds and the Funds Management business as relevant. Continuous Improvement: Identify and drive implementation of improvement opportunities through process redesign, system review and best practice adoption to enhance the Funds Management control environment and reporting processes in a collaborative manner. Systems: Partner with the Mirvac Digital Team to ensure the accounting platform is operating effectively and optimised for Mirvac's Funds Management business. This includes identifying and implementing opportunities to enhance system functionality and capability whilst maintaining financial data integrity at all times. Transformation: Actively support transformational change and continuous improvement in finance in line with the Mirvac's strategic direction, Mirvac NEXT change program, and any finance operating model enhancements. Identify improvement opportunities, make recommendations and drive the implementation of changes in process ensuring best practice is shared and leveraged across the broader finance team. Your point of difference To be successful, you will have relevant tertiary qualification in Finance, Business or Commerce and prior experience in property, investment management or funds management. You will be CPA or CA qualified, and possess exceptional internal and external relationship and stakeholder management, collaboration, communication and interpersonal skills. Resilience with the ability to think strategically, adapt to change, deal with ambiguity and complexity is a must. You have a proactive and self-motivated approach with the ability to solve problems, improve system and procedural efficiency and effectiveness, and resolve issues as they arise. You have the ability to manage and lead a high performance and outcomes oriented team of finance professionals. All of these attributes are preferred, if you think you may be the right fit for the role please still apply. • Mon, 13 MayMIRVAC GROUP
Financial Controller » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division is seeking to hire a Financial Controller. The successful candidate should reside in Sydney, Australia. As the Financial Controller you will be responsible for: Oversee the preparation of monthly / quarterly financial reports for submission to Hexagon Headquarters. Oversee the preparation of all monthly financial reporting Manage a team of finance and accounting professionals as well as monitoring sales administration activities to ensure that the Finance division’s obligations and objectives are successfully completed. Ensure all monthly, quarterly, and ad hoc analytical and narrative reviews of profit & loss and balance sheet performance are completed by the Finance team in a timely manner. Ensure compliance with all corporate, financial, and accounting policies and reporting deadlines. Ensure statutory and timely reporting to all government bodies and statutory boards. Complete the annual budget and monthly forecasts for ALI Australia. Delegate and coordinate general administrative, accounting, and financial duties with the members of the Finance Division to maintain operational efficiency. Oversee the end of year statutory audit and tax reporting and ensure that they comply with all relevant Australian legislation and Hexagon company policies. Monitor and review internal controls and processes to drive continuous improvements including working with other departments within the organization in joint efforts to improve systems and processes. Provide advice, assistance, and support to senior management and other employees on a variety of financial and accounting matters. Prepare/review revenue recognition assessment for multiple element contracts. Review major contracts with regards to financial terms and conditions. Oversee and coordinate the completion of any other financial, accounting, or administrative duties as reasonably required by senior management. LI-AC1 A minimum of 6 years’ experience in a Financial Accounting, Financial management or Senior Accounting position, preferably within a corporate environment. A minimum of 3 years’ experience managing a team of Finance or Accounting professionals and acting as a finance lead within a corporate executive team. A 4 year Degree in a relevant Accounting or Financial field from a recognized University. Previous exposure to multinational company accounting and reporting requirements, including software revenue recognition practices, foreign currency reporting, and highly scheduled reporting timetables. Strong accounting background with experience in a range of different financial and accounting functions. Proven experience at being able to coordinate a team of professionals to consistently meet deadlines and ensure adherence to relevant legislation. Advanced Excel Skills Deadline driven with a track record of planning, organizing and prioritizing. Desirable: MBA degree, knowledge of Great Plains and Outlooksoft In depth knowledge and working experience in the Enterprise Software Industry, Thorough understanding of Australian’s taxation, financial reporting, and corporate governance laws. • Sun, 12 MayHexagon PPM
Financial Controller » North Sydney, NSW - Controller. The successful candidate should reside in Sydney, Australia. As the Financial Controller you will be responsible...Responsibilities/Main Activities Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division is seeking to hire a Financial... • Sat, 11 MayHexagon Geosystems

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