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Reporting Business Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - About Protecht – Who we are Protecht is redefining the way the world thinks about risk. We help our customers create exciting opportunities for growth by transforming the way they understand and manage risk. We know that risk and reward are intrinsically linked, and brilliant risk management is the fuel that drives us all to reach new heights. Our cloud-based SaaS platform – Protecht.ERM – is what makes us really stand out. It’s one of the most comprehensive, flexible, and dynamic risk management solutions available today. A little bit about our role: We on the hunt for a skilled Reporting Business Analyst to join our Sydney, NSW team. As a Reporting Business Analyst, you will liaise directly with our customers and produce high quality specifications. Reporting to the Head of Customer Analytics you will be a part of a fun team providing analytical and reporting support. You will also work closely with the wider Customer Success Team. Who You are? You are an experienced Reporting Business Analyst who is delivery focused, confident and committed to providing excellent customer service. Your excellent communication skills, exceptional time management and organisation skills see you succeed in this role. You are eager to learn, and a strong team player and you will also have: Skills and experience in gathering requirements for BI and data visualisation solutions Experience in working in Agile environment Understanding of SQL (any of the MS SQL, Oracle, Postgres) databases and data structures Provide specification documents that are concise and easy to understand Outstanding communication and stakeholder management experience Problem solving skills - the ability to think outside the box with a desire to learn and improve Be a real people person, and can influence and work with multiple stakeholders Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Highly organised and solutions focused Why Protecht? – Why join us? You will get to work with a diverse team of great people who are awesome at what they do but most importantly really good humans too We are all about flexibility, in fact we encourage a healthy work life balance and offer access to birthday leave, dedicated L&D time, bonus days, paid parental leave and long service. We are a close-knit team and really like to look after each other at Protecht. We are just the right size to make a real difference and we have formed a fantastic culture where you can be you What happens now? We will review your application and will provide a reply either way. If your application is a good fit we will be in touch. We hope you are excited to apply and learn more about a career with Protecht Sound like you? If you want to be part of brand that is going through tremendous growth and work with great people, then apply now. “Through our people, we enable smarter risk taking by our customers to drive their resilience and sustainable success. We use our passion thought leadership in risk management to build and develop the best products, training and support to help customers on their risk management journey” Powered by JazzHR • Mon, 20 MayProtecht Group
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Reporting Analyst » North Sydney Area, North Shore - Nine is Australia’s largest locally owned media company – the home of Australia’s most trusted and loved brands spanning News, Sport, Lifestyle, and Entertainment. We pride ourselves on creating the best content, accessed by consumers when and how they want – across Publishing, Broadcasting and Digital. Nine’s assets include the 9Network, major mastheads such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review, radio stations 2GB, 3AW, 4BC and 6PR, digital properties such as nine.com.au, 9Now, 9Honey, Pedestrian.TV, Drive, subscription video platform Stan and a majority investment in Domain Group. Our Purpose: We shape culture by sparking conversations, challenging perspectives, and entertaining our communities. We bring people together by celebrating the big occasions and connecting the everyday moments. Australia belongs here. We bring our purpose to life via three shared values: We walk the talk, turn over every stone and keep it human. Job Description As a Reporting Analyst for Nine’s Yield and Inventory team, a specialist team within Nine’s Sales function, you will work across multiple mediums in collaboration with platform specialists. You will be responsible for monitoring, maintaining, troubleshooting, analysis of and leading development of a range of key reports and data insights for a range of Nine’s stakeholders. Role responsibilities: In-depth understanding of Nine's advertising trading systems across Television, Radio & Digital platforms Collaborate effectively with team members to prioritise, plan and execute reporting strategies as required Play an influential role in new reporting and data solutions, including liaising with data and technology teams as an advocate of Sales and Operations teams. Delivery, maintenance and enhancement of existing reporting to key internal stakeholders at Nine Creation of new reporting projects as required by the business Keen knowledge and understanding of all of key data sources across Nine’s Sales org Ad hoc and other responsibilities as required Qualifications In order to be successful in this role, the ideal applicant will have: Ability to work in collaboration with others, as well as thrive with an autonomous workload Strong analytical skills and ability to uncover and communicate insightful reporting Strong understanding of audience data analytics & measurement Understanding of the sales workflow (booking management and delivery systems would be highly regarded) Additional Information Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion: At Nine, we are committed to fostering a workforce that embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion and where practices are equitable to ensure our people experience a sense of belonging. From day one, you'll be encouraged to bring your whole self to work and will be supported to perform at your best. Should you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, and of all ages, nationalities, backgrounds and cultures. Disclaimer: We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. Work rights: Please note to apply for this role you must already have the right to lawfully work and live in Australia. • Wed, 05 JunAdvertising Industry Careers
Data Reporting Analyst » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Our Client: We are working together with our government client whose mission is to promote and improve the working conditions of Australian workplaces by bridging the gap and improving Gender Equality. They are currently going through a Data Upliftment and require a number of Data Reporting Analysts to assist in managing various data sets and assisting in the development of new and meaningful reports. This role is initially 12-month fixed term engagement with the intent to extend long term. About the role You would be involved in: Supporting the development of reports analytics using Tableau and R studio. Supporting and developing ETL and data anomalies check workflow using Alteryx. Developing and maintaining a strong relationship with external technology providers and being a primary point-of-contact for data quality issues. Development of data validation and assurance processes, including automated system checks and processes for assessing potential data errors. Acting as a point of contact for stakeholders and research partners where necessary and independently responding to requests for information and data from internal and external stakeholders. To be successful for the role, you would ideally: Demonstrated experience working with multiple and diverse datasets. High level technical proficiency in managing large complex datasets or databases using an integrated suite of tools for statistical analysis (SPSS, R, etc.), data cleansing and quality check workflow (Alteryx), and data visualisation (e.g., Tableau). Knowledgeable in data governance and management to sustain and maintain best practices to achieve good data quality outcomes. Demostrated knowledge of Statistical Analytics and Modelling As this is a position within a government agency, the successful candidate must be an Australian Citizen and should hold or be eligible to obtain a Baseline Security Clearance. If you are seeking the next step in your career, please APPLY NOW. For any further questions or information, please contact Meg at 02 9409 4714 and quote job 260598 Diversity and inclusion are strongly supported at Peoplebank. People of all nationalities, gender identities, and cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, are encouraged to apply. • Wed, 05 JunPeoplebank Australia Ltd
Data and Reporting Analyst » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Opportunity Refine your skills in database querying and reporting and develop expertise in managing and administering higher education research. $96,960 - $115,103 17% super leave loading, depending on exp. (3.5% increase from July 2024) Hybrid/flexible working, full-time (35 hours week), permanent role The Research Analysis, Data and Reporting (RADAR) Team supports the continuous improvement of UNSW’s position as a leading research-intensive university in Australia. It is responsible for reporting on the University’s research activity and performance, its position in national and international university rankings, ensuring strong performance in research engagement and impact, developing, enhancing, and maintaining the Division’s research metric tool and providing support for research applications together with business improvement and integration services to ensure all systems are effectively meeting business requirements. Reporting to the Deputy Director of Research Analysis, Data and Reporting, Karoliina Guss , you’ll develop your reporting and analysis skills and deliver reporting and support services for research grant management, higher degree research, and research ethics compliance. You’ll also be responsible for implementing reporting solutions to ensure that business requirements are met. The Organisation UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. But what makes us different isn’t only what we do, it’s how we do it. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re Australia’s number one university for impact and among the nation’s Top 20 employers. Benefits and Culture: UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to UNSW benefits including: Flexible/Hybrid working Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period Access to lifelong learning and career development Progressive HR practices Discounts and entitlements Affordable on-campus parking About the successful applicant You can demonstrate basic experience using databases, data analysis software, automation, and programming (e.g., SQL, XML) to analyse datasets, perform complex analysis, and generate reports, as well as: Attention to detail, methodical work approach, and the ability to identify issues. Proficiency in documenting progress and solutions using software tools. Organisational skills, both for independent work and collaboration within a team. Ability to escalate issues, prioritise tasks, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Effective customer service, verbal, and written communication skills, especially when conveying technical concepts to internal and external stakeholders. Understand and commit to UNSW’s aims, objectives, and values. Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities, including psychosocial and physical aspects. Level 7 (Additional to Level 6): Analysing business needs in a university setting, extracting data from enterprise systems (HR, Grants, Publications, Finance), creating and delivering reports and delivering reporting solutions. Identifying and implementing improvements to administrative processes. To Apply: Please submit your CV and Cover Letter, including responses to the Skills and Experience required in the Position Description, via the APPLY button. Applications close: 11.55pm, Wednesday 19 th June 2024 UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Wed, 05 JunUniversity of New South Wales
Reporting Specialist » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Eden Ritchie is seeking a Reporting Specialist to play a pivotal role in report automation within a large-scale ICT program within the Department. The Reporting Specialist will work closely and collaboratively with the project team and relevant staff across the Department. They will support existing relationships with and where appropriate, develop new relationships with a view to ensuring that the implementation of the replacement National Parks Booking System meets departmental needs and client service obligations. This role is responsible for the development and project implementation of the Power BI reporting automation requirements and its associated deliverables across the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships. You will report to the Program Director in relation to project requirement and will be supported by a Change Manager, Business Analyst, Project Manager and two Senior Digital Project Officers. 6 month contract with possible extension Brisbane CBD location As the Reporting Specialist, your key responsibilities will include: Work in collaboration with the project team to identify and prioritise reporting requirements to be delivered in relation to the implementation of the National Parks Booking Service replacement system. Then further develop and expand business requirement user stories into functional reports with related acceptance criteria to identify and document all required business rules associated with the development of the solutions within the scope of the project. Translate the needs of the business and all impacted stakeholders to set the direction of the project implementation including Power BI system configuration, report development and automation, data migration and integration with other systems. Liaise and collaborate with QPWS&P Change Management and Communications to ensure change impacts are identified and understood and business readiness is planned and managed (training and co-facilitation or project change activities). Collaborate with the project team to ensure business scenarios are covered with the proposed test cases and assist with defect management with the vendor. Liaise and collaborate with other Subject Matter Experts and Senior Users to ensure the project is delivering against the planned activities. Provide the Program Director and Project Manager with an operational view into project outcomes / products to support their decision making and approval of project products. Provide business expertise and work closely with other relevant business stakeholders to understand business drivers, considerations and necessary approvals and support project outcomes. Enabling digital product and service delivery capabilities that meet user expectations, building upon investments to date and incorporating contemporary tools and technologies. Work with business units, project managers and across project teams responsible for IT delivery and services. Provide weekly leadership reports on project progress, achievements, and improvement areas. The successful applicant will demonstrate: Demonstrated expertise with the implementation of Power BI reporting interface. Ability to make pragmatic decisions under pressure (e.g. time, cost) and work with the uncertainty that is part of project delivery. Effective stakeholder engagement across all levels including negotiation skills and problem solving. High-level written communication including the preparation of complex, sensitive materials. Conveying feedback in a constructive manner to assist the project team in delivering quality products and outcomes. High-level analytical capabilities. Contribution to workplace equity and diversity that enriches our culture of innovation, respect and inclusion. Previous experience working for a large IT/ICT organisation or IT Projects (involving significant and/or complex business change elements). Demonstrated ability to work effectively and independently and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and work across multiple initiatives and diverse stakeholder groups. Experience in aspects of systems integration, application ‘look and feel’, development, deployment, and maintenance of applications. The Reporting Specialist shall also be highly skilled in the use of Microsoft Visio (or similar) and proficient with office automation tools such as Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Outlook (e-mail). You will be a self-motivated, enthusiastic, and results-oriented person with good interpersonal skills. If this role sounds like you, please APPLY NOW submitting your resume in WORD format. If you would like more information or to discuss the role, please contact Luuk Piet on 07 3230 0028. Job Reference: 616961 • Wed, 05 JunEden Ritchie Recruitment

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Sydney Property Reporter » Penrith, Penrith Area - Join the The Sydney Morning Herald newsroom as our Sydney Property Reporter and cover the local and national property market. Reporting to the National Property Editor, you will be comfortable speaking to everyone from first home buyers to senior bank economists and trophy home selling agents. Day to day you will: Report on the property market in Sydney and NSW, and pitch original ideas on everything from house price changes to buying and selling trends or the best suburbs for homebuyers Report on the national property market, including economist predictions and what interest rate moves mean for property prices Cover Sydney's auction market, including our on-the-ground Saturday auction coverage and trend stories about the state of the auction market Use large data sets to generate ideas or back up tips, and working with data with a high degree of accuracy and clarity Work to breaking, daily and weekend deadlines, independently or in a team Develop and maintain relationships with a wide variety of key contacts Please note: this role operates on a Tuesday to Saturday roster. • Mon, 03 JunFairfax Media
Senior Report Developer » New South Wales, Australia - We are unique Join an organisation that values your voice, empowers your autonomy, recognises the strength in diversity, and prioritises your well-being while offering attractive remuneration and benefits. Take pride in having a meaningful impact on regional, rural and remote communities while being a pivotal player in the energy industry's future. About the role We are currently recruiting for a Senior Report Developer. This role will be working from home and can be based anywhere within Essential Energy's operational footprint. As the Senior Report Developer, you will be responsible for the complete lifecycle of report and dataset development. This includes the stages of development, testing, deployment, and ongoing management. You will work collaboratively with key stakeholders to define functional requirements and ensuring that the reports align with these specified needs. The Senior Report Developer plays a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy and efficiency of reporting from various data sources. You will collaborate closely with the data modeler to extract relevant and precise information. This joint effort enhances the overall effectiveness of the reports, making them an essential part of the process. Key responsibilities Conduct key stakeholder meetings to gather functional specification requirements Develop and maintain data analytics solutions, including data visualisations, to meet the needs of key stakeholders Develop, test and deploy solutions to multiple environments; and maintain technical documentation for these solutions Review and analyse systems to ensure adequate performance and maintenance, ensuring that data pipelines and data stores are efficient, organised and reliable Assist in the design of databases and data warehouses to ensure interoperability with data solutions Perform data profiling and analysis and create ad-hoc data models, reports and analysis as needed to support business requirements Analyse user requirements and, based on findings, design functional specifications for front-end Applications Implement Power BI row-level security to ensure data confidentiality Utilise Power BI tabular editor for advanced Power BI configuration and Power BI incremental load to enhance data refresh processes. About You You will bring experience in a similar role with extensive experience in business intelligence, reporting/analytic and in delivering data solutions in complex environments. More specifically you will possess, Experience on data warehousing architecture, modelling, and development Practical experience in designing, deploying and operating complex ICT Reporting and Integration systems Experience in business intelligence and reporting/analytic and in delivering data solutions in complex environments Experience with data processing languages, such as SQL, Python, or Scala, and understanding of parallel processing and data architecture patterns Working knowledge of the Microsoft technology stack (Power BI, Azure, SQL Server, Integration Services, Analysis Services, Tabular, Reporting Services, etc) Working knowledge of Data Vault automation tools; Vaultspeed Data Vault automation desirable. Required Qualifications Degree in Finance, Commerce, Business Management, Information Technology, Data Management or demonstrated capability through past employment experience and/or relevant qualifications Why Essential Energy We offer competitive remuneration commensurate with skills and experience and 16% superannuation. For information on our employee benefits (such as Fitness Passport, Apple, JB Hi-Fi and Dell Employee Purchase Programs and 26 weeks paid parental leave for primary and secondary carers) please visit our Employee Benefits page. We are proud to be recognised as a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women. We're a business with a huge range of operational and corporate roles aimed at connecting our communities. As a pivotal player in the energy future of NSW and the country - we cover 95% of NSW and parts of southern QLD - we are an organisation with a wider variety of roles than you may first think. Whether you want to work remotely, in a coastal region or rurally, we will invest in you, develop you and help you shape a career in energy that will give you future opportunities you may never have realised in a sector where there is so much to explore. For further information please contact Niasha Bazghaleh, Business Improvement Data Lead, on 0412 281 125. Applications close on Sunday 16 June at 11:55 pm Passionate people. Global thinking. Regional heart. Building a better energy future. Essential Energy is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourages applicants to apply regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability. As an organisation, our aim is to champion inclusivity in the workplace and celebrate the difference in all our employees. • Mon, 03 JunEssential Energy
Sports Reporter Mackay QLD » Mackay, QLD - What's the role? The News Corp Australia National Sports Network is looking for an ambitious sports reporter.... This is a prime opportunity for a keen reporter to take their career to the next level in a company which can provide an exciting... • Sun, 02 JunNews Corp
Reporting Analyst » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Working within the Financial Planning and Analysis Team, the role will take charge of providing support to the operations during budgeting and forecasting cycles, assist in developing financial models for analysis and assist the Management Reporting and Controlling team in the delivery of local and overseas Management Reports. Client Details Our client is a leading player within the manufacturing industry with a global presence. This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and customer focused Reporting analyst to join a successful business with a supportive team culture and growth opportunities. Description Take ownership of the Budget and Forecast templates including maintenance, generating and releasing to the operations, performing data integrity checks and uploading data into SAP for consolidation and Group reporting Assist with financial modelling for revenue/cost analysis Prepare budget schedule for all regions and corporate for local and international review Contribute towards the development of Management Reporting Packs Assist with local and overseas Management Reporting Assist with process improvement initiatives Assist with special projects and other tasks as required Profile Minimum four years of Accounting/Reporting experience with CA/CPA qualification Experience in preparing Management Reports desired Experience with process improvements Good knowledge of SAP and Tableau Advanced Excel skills including ability to write basic macros Strong commitment & ability to meet strict deadlines Energetic "hands-on" approach with good organisational skills and ability to prioritise Ability to work independently Attention to detail Job Offer Long term temporary contract with great development opportunities To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Chahat Sodhi on 61 2 8046 0801. • Sat, 01 JunMPAU Finance
News Reporter (12-month contract) » Sydney, NSW - to audiences across Australia? Join Seven Network as our new News Reporter for 7News.com.au! The Opportunity...: is looking for a dynamic, passionate and driven Reporter to write breaking state and national news and original features. This is a 12-month... • Fri, 31 MaySeven West Media
Lifestyle & Content Reporter (12-month contract) » Sydney, NSW - across Australia? Join Seven Network as our new 'Best Picks' Lifestyle & Content Reporter for 7News.com.au! The Opportunity...: 7NEWS' Best Picks shopping section is looking for an experienced lifestyle and content Reporter to join our dynamic team... • Fri, 31 MaySeven West Media
Data & Reporting Officer » Australia - Reporting to the Assistant Director, Performance & Strategy, the Data & Reporting Officer's primary function is to collate and analyse data from a broad range of sources, drawing insights that support workflow management in the Dispute Resolution & Support Services Branch (Branch). Informed by a sound understanding of the relationship between data and operational processes, the Data & Reporting Officer will utilise the Commission's reporting tools to identify emerging trends or issues which impact Branch performance and collaborate with senior stakeholders across the Branch to propose solutions to these issues. The Data & Reporting Officer will support the Assistant Director to produce high-quality reports and other strategic business documents and manage projects which enhance the Branch's operational processes, reporting and forecasting capabilities. The key duties of the position include Develop and maintain an understanding of the Branch's impact on the Commission's strategic and operational outcomes. Under limited direction, support the Assistant Director, Performance & Strategy to deliver a range of operational reports on a recurrent or ad hoc basis. Analyse data from a range of sources including the Commission's case management and telephony systems, PowerBI dashboards, and work management programs to identify trends, issues, and propose solutions to performance-based problems. Support quality file management practices across the Branch by auditing case data for compliance with organisation-wide policies and procedures. Contribute to the preparation of briefs, reports, guides, presentations, and other documents for internal and external audiences. Develop and manage highly effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Support business improvement projects by gathering and analysing business requirements and assisting to coordinate high-level stakeholder consultation processes. Uphold and promote an inclusive, healthy, and safe working environment, modelling and promoting ethical behaviour and practices consistent with the APS Code of Conduct and Values. Work collaboratively and flexibly in support of the objectives of the Branch including by performing other duties when required. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Sydney Property Reporter » North Sydney Area, North Shore - Job Description Join the The Sydney Morning Herald newsroom as our Sydney Property Reporter and cover the local and national property market. Reporting to the National Property Editor, you will be comfortable speaking to everyone from first home buyers to senior bank economists and trophy home selling agents. Day to day you will: Report on the property market in Sydney and NSW, and pitch original ideas on everything from house price changes to buying and selling trends or the best suburbs for homebuyers Report on the national property market, including economist predictions and what interest rate moves mean for property prices Cover Sydney’s auction market, including our on-the-ground Saturday auction coverage and trend stories about the state of the auction market Use large data sets to generate ideas or back up tips, and working with data with a high degree of accuracy and clarity Work to breaking, daily and weekend deadlines, independently or in a team Develop and maintain relationships with a wide variety of key contacts Please note: this role operates on a Tuesday to Saturday roster. • Fri, 31 MaySMH & The Age
Reporting Analyst » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Deliver objective, accurate, quality-assured and timely analysis and reporting that is critical to Northern Territory government agencies and meets national reporting obligations. • Thu, 30 MayNorthern Territory Government
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Sydney Property Reporter » North Sydney, NSW - . Job Description Join the The Sydney Morning Herald newsroom as our Sydney Property Reporter and cover the local and national property market... • Thu, 30 MayNine
Reporting & Insights Analyst » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - At Optus, we don’t sit back and let the future happen to us - we’re out there making it. By expanding into new technology and relentlessly improving every day, we’re creating a better tomorrow for all Australians. We believe in the strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people help us innovate and create strong connections with our customers. The Reporting and Insights Analyst based in Canberra is part of team coordinating Commercial & Reporting contract deliverables and internal commercial functions. This includes all facets of managed services and business delivery including SLA reporting, contract deliverable management, commercial models and purchase order management. This role works closely with both the Client and the Delivery team, and is part of a team that is the conduit between the customer and Optus regarding Commercials and Reporting Management. The role involves high levels of attention to detail, strong analytical skills, customer relationship management and personal time management. The day to day Part of a team providing: Provide account performance, trending & critical Reporting for Federal Government accounts via client & Optus performance measurement tools. Support for financial functions including purchase orders and review of the financial aspects of customer proposals Preparation and delivery of Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual and Critical Key deliverable reporting. Maintenance & communication of reporting schedules, deliverables & timeframes. Ad hoc Governance reports as requested. Insights on client account performance. Attend Client meetings and support presentation of Optus reporting & trending. Management of internal reporting communication. Support Service Improvement initiatives and reporting enhancement. Why you are our next Reporting and Insights Analyst Australian Citizen for Security clearance purposes Specific experience in Telco or Managed Services Commercials/Reporting. A track record in successfully achieving/exceeding operational goals. Demonstrable experience with billing and P&L management. Utilise Excel for data analysis, financial modelling and reporting. An interest in process automation What’s in it for you? 3 days in the office, 2 days remote – with flexible hours to suit Inclusive paid parental leave, up to 14 weeks for the primary care giver All Optus staff have access to resources, webinars and support via the ‘Parents at Work portal’ Own your own growth by accessing an extensive online and facilitator led learning catalogue – even earn a MBA micro-credential via OptusU (University) Connect at work through one of our employee-led volunteer groups: Culture Connect, Elevate Women, Disability Network, Express Yourself (LGBTQIA), United Veterans and Yarn Network. Keen to see what it’s really like to work at Optus? Search OptusLife on LinkedIn to go behind the scenes At Optus, we are strengthened by others and that means valuing diversity and saying ‘yes’ to embracing individual differences. We are committed to ensuring that our application process provides an equal employment opportunity to all job seekers, including individuals from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, individuals with a disability, individuals identifying as being part of the LGBTQIA community, individuals who may have served in the armed forces or who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. If you require any adjustments or accessibility support to participate fairly and equitably in the recruitment process, please email AccessibleRecruitmentoptus.com.au along with your preferred method of contact and we will be in touch. For more information on Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Optus, please visit https://www.optus.com.au/about/inclusion-diversity. • Thu, 30 MayOptus
Quality and Reporting Coordinator » Clayton, Monash Area - Quality and Reporting Coordinator • Immediate start – Mulgrave location – 9am to 5pm • Be part of a supportive team and collaborative work environment. • $35 to $38 p/h plus super. • Short term cover for someone on extended leave – 2 to 3 months The Role We are seeking a dedicated and detail-oriented Quality and Reporting Coordinator for a casual position in Mulgrave. In this role, you will support the management and coordination of quality assurance processes, compliance monitoring, and reporting activities. If you are passionate about quality, compliance, and continuous improvement, we would love to hear from you. You will need to have strong excel experience and attention to detail. Hours Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Key Responsibilities: • Document Maintenance: Update and maintain Transport Management documents. • Data Analysis: Analyze quality data to identify trends, gaps, and opportunities for improvement. • Audits: Conduct regular quality and compliance audits across various business units. • Compliance Monitoring: Monitor Chain of Responsibility (CoR) compliance for internal sites and vendor carriers. • Incident Management: Record, track, and investigate complaints and non-conformance issues. • Training: Organize and track training sessions to ensure compliance with quality standards. Key Requirements: • Strong interpersonal, communication, and report writing skills. • Experience in quality management systems (ISO 9001 knowledge desirable). • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel and PowerPoint. • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Desirable: • Experience in logistics and transport compliance. • Understanding of Chain of Responsibility regulations. • Background in regulatory compliance or safety within the transport industry. • Relevant tertiary or post-secondary qualifications. • Certifications in quality auditing or maintaining quality management systems. To apply online please click on the apply link and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Daryl Smith on (03) 9535-2126. • Thu, 30 MayVeritas Recruitment
Senior Manager - Reporting » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - $135,000 - $155,000 Super - Sydney CBD and Parramatta Office About The Company Our client specialising in investments delivers extensive array of financial solutions. About The Role This role involves managing and leading the external reporting team to ensure accurate financial reports that comply with statutory requirements. It includes explaining financial issues to the ATO and supporting monthly management reporting. Additionally, the position oversees budgeting and forecasting processes and plays a critical role in meeting regulatory financial requirements. Financial Reporting Strategy: Lead and develop the strategic direction for comprehensive financial reporting, ensuring alignment with company goals and regulatory standards. Reporting Analysis & Interpretation: Conduct thorough analysis of financial data, providing actionable insights into market trends, performance metrics, and critical financial indicators. Process Enhancement: Continuously evaluate and enhance reporting processes to optimize efficiency, accuracy, and compliance with regulatory frameworks (e.g., IFRS, GAAP). Stakeholder Engagement: Collaborate cross-functionally with finance, investment, and senior management teams to align reporting objectives and communicate financial insights effectively. Quality Assurance & Compliance: Ensure rigorous quality assurance measures to maintain the accuracy and integrity of financial reports and statements, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Financial Control & Governance: Implement robust financial controls and governance frameworks to mitigate risks and maintain the highest standards of financial reporting integrity. Team Leadership & Development: Lead, mentor, and guide a team of reporting professionals, fostering a culture of excellence, collaboration, and continuous improvement. About You Solid understanding of AASB and IFRS CA/CPA qualification is a must. Workday and Oracle experience is a bonus. Stakeholder engagement skills is a must. Technical accounting knowledge is a must. Proven track record of successfully leading and managing reporting teams, driving strategic initiatives, and delivering high-quality financial reports. Benefits 16 weeks of parental leave Discounted private health insurance WFH arrangements Paid wellbeing leaves Application Process Important: We prioritise candidates that touch base before any job search. The benefit of working with us early is that we can prepare a strong application and have a direct line to hiring managers and business stakeholders. We know how competitive the market is and we offer comprehensive services including CV review, career coaching, interview preparation, psychometric testing readiness, job market analysis, networking assistance, salary negotiation guidance, and ongoing career support to equip our candidates with the necessary tools to stand out from the crowd. We invite candidates who are passionate about making a difference and have the requisite experience and skills to apply. Please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role to recruitmentcharterdiligence.com.au. For confidential inquiries, please contact the recruitment team at 61 2 7912 0826 . Our client is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, regardless of their background. Join us and be part of a team that is shaping the future of the industry. Embrace Opportunity, Apply for Success Follow us here for more jobs like this. https://www.linkedin.com/company/charterdiligence Charter Diligence is an equal opportunity recruitment agency that provides the same benefits and opportunities for hiring and advancement to everyone without discriminating due to protected characteristics such as age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability, and medical history. • Wed, 29 MayCharter Diligence Consulting and Recruitment
Tele-reporting Radiologist » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Reporting from the comfort of your own home High speed fully maintained workstation provided Advanced application technologies; Single radiologist worklist, AI, VR Variety of shift options to enjoy your work life balance Acute & Subspecialty Reporting available - working your local day time, evenings or weekends. 24/7 staffed radiology support FRANZCR Radiologist only need apply AHPRA Registration required Onsite locums available in Australian and New Zealand IDXt has an opportunity for tele-reporting Radiologists to join for home tele-reporting to cover Australian & New Zealand day, afterhours, weekends, or nighthawk reporting cases in general, acute to subspecialised reporting. Local Aus/NZ or Worldwide home base locations available for Australian Registered radiologists (AHPRA & FRANZCR) Jump onboard to start enjoying your work/life balance by reporting with IDXt for hospitals & patients now Offering flexibility that suits you, we have several varied shifts from 1 to 8 hours ; day shifts, early mornings, late evenings, or weekends, allowing you to have the days to yourself and earn additional income without leaving the comfort of your own home. Complete workstations and hardware are provided. Locum opportunities also available in a number of our Australian and New Zealand based clinics. Let us know about your availability to report Short term or ongoing contracts available Who is IDXt? IDXt (Integral Diagnostics Tele-reporting) provides tele-radiology services to over 90 clinics, servicing over 50 public hospitals, private medical facilities, and community centres and a means to access the skills of 220 IDX radiologists. Drawing on the expertise of radiologists across Australia and New Zealand plus worldwide; IDXt strives to be a leading provider of quality diagnostic imaging services with a focus on delivering the best health outcomes for our patients. With a mix of hospital and private practice cases, IDX's reporting platform is designed and built with tele-radiology in mind. With a single centralised smart-reporting worklist with fast download and precaching functionality, it allows radiologists to report across multiple sites, hospitals, and RIS/PACS providers all from the one application. Our reporting worklist is supported by real-time AI that identifies and triages critical findings, as well as being supported by an accurate VR reporting system with CAPD functionality to ensure that your reporting quality is achieved without unnecessary delays. Australian and New Zealand based radiologists welcomed to apply. You will need current AHPRA (Australian registration) holding a FRANZCR accreditation. How to get onboard? If you would like to hear more - please contact us now for an IDXt overview of rates, technology support & reporting times more Stacey Vaughan - Talent Acquisition svaughanidxgroup.com.au ; or call/text 61 0476 03 1418 or submit your details a by selecting Apply or emailing today… • Wed, 29 MayIntegral Diagnostics
Tele-reporting Radiologist » Hobart Region, Tasmania - Reporting from the comfort of your own home High speed fully maintained workstation provided Advanced application technologies; Single radiologist worklist, AI, VR Variety of shift options to enjoy your work life balance Acute & Subspecialty Reporting available - working your local day time, evenings or weekends. 24/7 staffed radiology support FRANZCR Radiologist only need apply AHPRA Registration required Onsite locums available in Australian and New Zealand IDXt has an opportunity for tele-reporting Radiologists to join for home tele-reporting to cover Australian & New Zealand day, afterhours, weekends, or nighthawk reporting cases in general, acute to subspecialised reporting. Local Aus/NZ or Worldwide home base locations available for Australian Registered radiologists (AHPRA & FRANZCR) Jump onboard to start enjoying your work/life balance by reporting with IDXt for hospitals & patients now Offering flexibility that suits you, we have several varied shifts from 1 to 8 hours ; day shifts, early mornings, late evenings, or weekends, allowing you to have the days to yourself and earn additional income without leaving the comfort of your own home. Complete workstations and hardware are provided. Locum opportunities also available in a number of our Australian and New Zealand based clinics. Let us know about your availability to report Short term or ongoing contracts available Who is IDXt? IDXt (Integral Diagnostics Tele-reporting) provides tele-radiology services to over 90 clinics, servicing over 50 public hospitals, private medical facilities, and community centres and a means to access the skills of 220 IDX radiologists. Drawing on the expertise of radiologists across Australia and New Zealand plus worldwide; IDXt strives to be a leading provider of quality diagnostic imaging services with a focus on delivering the best health outcomes for our patients. With a mix of hospital and private practice cases, IDX's reporting platform is designed and built with tele-radiology in mind. With a single centralised smart-reporting worklist with fast download and precaching functionality, it allows radiologists to report across multiple sites, hospitals, and RIS/PACS providers all from the one application. Our reporting worklist is supported by real-time AI that identifies and triages critical findings, as well as being supported by an accurate VR reporting system with CAPD functionality to ensure that your reporting quality is achieved without unnecessary delays. Australian and New Zealand based radiologists welcomed to apply. You will need current AHPRA (Australian registration) holding a FRANZCR accreditation. How to get onboard? If you would like to hear more - please contact us now for an IDXt overview of rates, technology support & reporting times more Stacey Vaughan - Talent Acquisition svaughanidxgroup.com.au ; or call/text 61 0476 03 1418 or submit your details a by selecting Apply or emailing today… • Wed, 29 MayIntegral Diagnostics
Court Reporter Gold Coast » Gold Coast, QLD - What's the role? NewsCorp is looking for an experienced reporter to join its fast-paced, digitally-focused community.... This is a prime opportunity for a motivated reporter to take their career to the next level at a company that can provide an exciting... • Wed, 29 MayNews Corp
Data Analyst - Reporting » Victoria, Australia - Full Time Permanent position in Aviation Work with us in a significant period of change Flexible, Hybrid Work, including WFH Summary The Reporting team is responsible for periodic and ad-hoc investment portfolio reporting, including project, program and portfolio levels, and from formal Board and government reporting through to performance reporting and data quality analysis reports. The Organisation Airservices Australia is a government-owned organisation responsible for the safe and efficient management of 11% of the world’s airspace and provision of aviation rescue firefighting services at Australia’s busiest airports. Our people are our greatest asset with a dynamic and diverse team operating from locations across the country - from bustling cities to regional and remote locations, including an island. This team keep are helping to secure the future of Australia’s skies and keep it amongst the safest in the world. We connect people with their world safely – linking family and friends, generating economic activity, creating jobs, and facilitating trade and tourism. Airservices is committed to fostering a culture that is diverse, inclusive, and respectful. We encourage motivated individuals who love what they do, value a service first mindset and embrace a challenge to explore a career with Airservices. In return you will be a valued team member, be offered flexibility and experience a meaningful career in an exciting, ever-evolving aviation industry. The Role & The Team As Reporting Analyst you will assist with the preparation and dissemination of defined reporting as well as create new reporting both from requirements and as determined necessary through your own insights. You will manage the communication channels used to deliver reporting and will therefore be adept at visual and written communication across several tools and mediums. You will work closely with stakeholders from across the business and Project Delivery space to understand the reporting needs and then either make suggestions to adjust existing reports or create and deliver appropriate ad-hoc reports in response. You can translate data into actionable insights and you use it to drive informed decision making. This role is also responsible for helping others to understand the reports we produce so you can present and explain data and the surrounding processes with confidence. Position Specific Partner with stakeholders to understand reporting requirements and translate them into visually appealing reports and actionable insights. Develop and maintain periodic and ad-hoc reports and dashboards using Power BI and other tools and maintain reporting distribution channels. Track reporting deadlines and priorities and help the team ensure these are met, and to a consistent quality. Interrogate disparate data sources to ensure data accuracy, consistency, and reliability. Design engaging presentations and deliver training sessions to educate end-users on how to interpret our reporting and use reporting tools effectively. Stay informed of best practice and emerging trends in project management analysis, data visualisation and reporting tools to continuously enhance reporting capabilities. Please see the link below to view the full Position Description: PD - Reporting Analyst (3) (2).pdf The Person This role requires sound knowledge & experience of data analysis within Projects We are looking for a strong communicator who will be involved in all aspects of performance monitoring of the Project Delivery commitments Ability to work and perform in a complex and changing environment. Able to interpret and resolve complex and sensitive issues. Understanding of the importance of deadlines & priorities and ability to meet them accordingly, across a diverse range of portfolio and corporate reporting requirements. Ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail. Demonstrated written and presentation skills. Strong learning & researching ability At Airservices Australia, we embrace and thrive on diversity of thought, perspectives, and capabilities because we know the benefits of having a workforce that is representative of the community that we serve. We appreciate everyone is unique, and acknowledge diversity in thought leads to greater transparency and improved consideration in our decision making. We believe a diverse workforce supported by an inclusive culture is central to our success. We actively encourage and welcome candidates from all cultural backgrounds, gender identities, people living with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply Security Clearance To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian Citizen or a Permanent resident as an Airservices Background check is required for this role. Please refer to the security check requirements successful applicants will be required to undertake as part of the recruitment process. Should you require any further information please contact Jane Moloney (Talent Acquisition Advisor jane.moloneyairservicesaustralia.com How to Apply To apply for this position please lodge an application online before Applications close 11.55 pm Tuesday 11 th June. LI-JM1 • Tue, 28 MayAirservices
General Reporter » Surry Hills, Sydney - What's the role? Outstanding opportunity for a Breaking News Reporter to join Australia's largest media organisation. Work for NewsCorp's Newswire service providing valuable content for all mastheads, news.com.au and the Australian as well as external clients. This role would suit a graduate journalist or one early in their career, and will work within our existing team to cover breaking news on a national scale and general news out of NSW. This is a full time, permanent position based out of News Corp's office in Surry Hills. Key responsibilities File engaging copy to strict deadlines Report on a wide range of topics as the news cycle dictates Pitch and generate original news stories and ideas Respond to breaking news events outside of rostered hours when required Who are you? A graduate or early-career journalist hungry to learn and develop Excited by the breaking news cycle and capable of multi-tasking Excellent time management skills and keen attention to detail Team player with strong communication skills A news junkie who consumes stories across digital, print, TV and radio Able to simplify complex topics for a broad audience Flexibility around working days and hours News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial • Tue, 28 MayNews Corporation Australia
Rural Reporter, Townsville » Townsville, QLD - Contract Full Time Location: Townsville Categories: Presenter/Reporter Contract Vacancy for Approximately 20..., fishing, mining, horticulture and sugar. We're looking for a creative and highly motivated, multi-skilled rural reporter who... • Mon, 27 MayAustralian Broadcasting Corporation$78000 - 96000 per year
Reporter Townsville » Townsville Region, Queensland - What's the role? With more than 300 days of sunshine each year and surrounded by some of Australia's most stunning landscapes, Townsville, North Queensland is a glorious place to work. Magnetic Island is just a short ferry ride away, stunning beaches and walks are on your doorstep as well as the Queensland Country Bank stadium where huge sporting events - and international music acts such as Pnk - are already on the 2024 calendar. The Townsville Bulletin is looking for an all-rounder who is comfortable covering everything from breaking news, court and local council to business, health, Defence, education and everything in between. Regional newspapers like the Townsville Bulletin allow journalists to cover a diverse range of rounds from Day 1 that bigger publications may not, providing staff with immediate on-the-ground training and ongoing mentoring from esteemed journalists and newsroom leaders right across the country. This is an opportunity for a go-getter to take their career to the next level at a company that provides exciting career paths to bigger newspapers in the News Corp fold. Who are you? You will be an enthusiastic and resilient writer, comfortable with getting out in the community to chase stories, take photos and shoot video. You enjoy learning about the community, meeting new people and building a network of contacts that will allow you to drive your own news agenda every day by getting the 'exclusives' that sets our newspaper apart from the competition. You write with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, with flair for the creative when it comes to enticing a reader to engage with your content through catchy headlines and intros. You have an understanding of social media and SEO and want to learn about your audience through trends, analytics and tools to help you write more content that appeals to them. You have skills (or an interest in developing your skills) in multimedia storytelling using video and audio to deliver captivating visual content to complement your stories for print and online. You want to work hard and build your career while also enjoying the camaraderie and fun working in a regional newsroom can bring. You hold a valid driver's licence and are willing to work a rotating weekend roster and early/late shifts as required. News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? News Corp Australia is the nation's most influential media organisation, operating more than 150 household-name brands across print, digital and multimedia. We lead the way in travel, fashion, food, health, homes and lifestyle, and we are the largest publisher across print and digital, reaching more than 16 million Australians each month. What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial • Sat, 25 MayNews Corporation Australia
Reporting Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - All VSBA staff have a shared responsibility to meet the same service standards outlined in the VSBA Customer Service Charter.Our goal is to make every interaction with the VSBA a positive one for our customers, colleagues and key partners regardless of our individual role or team. The Reporting Specialist will lead the delivery of integrated data and insights to support informed decision-making. The Reporting Specialist reports to the Manager, Performance Reporting and Analytics and will: identify and coordinate the delivery of enhanced reporting and data management manage effective relationships with stakeholders to manage change, risk and resolve issues impacting the successful delivery of reporting and analytics undertake research and environmental scanning to identify reporting and analytics trends and opportunities relating to infrastructure delivery proactively develop recommendations and present recommendations to executives communicate effectively verbally and in writing complex issues to drive solutions motivate others to deliver against team objectives and build team commitment To be successful for this role you will need: strong analytical and conceptual ability with experience in developing recommendations to enhance business decisions government experience well-developed interpersonal and engagement skills to build effective working relationships a collaborative and pragmatic problem-solving mindset ability to negotiate and influence to deliver against strategic goals In partnership with the Manager, the Reporting Specialist will demonstrate leadership by providing support and guidance to the team to enhance capabilities and streamline reporting efficiency.Please include your CV and response to the Key Selection Criteria in your application. For more details regarding this position please see attached position description. The Department values diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information about our work, working for the Department, diversity and inclusion, and our employment conditions visit the Department website and our Diversity and Inclusion page Applicants requiring adjustments can contact Samantha Mullen (Manager, Performance, Reporting and Analytics) via email at Samantha.Mulleneducation.vic.gov.au or via telephone at (03) 7022 2577. Information about the Department of Education's operations and employment conditions can be located at www.education.vic.gov.au. • Fri, 24 MayVictorian Government
Federal Politics Reporter » Australia - What's the role? Outstanding opportunity for a News Reporter to join Australia's largest media organisation. Work... • Thu, 23 MayNews Corp
Reporter Townsville » Queensland, Australia - What's the role? With more than 300 days of sunshine each year and surrounded by some of Australia's most stunning landscapes, Townsville, North Queensland is a glorious place to work. Magnetic Island is just a short ferry ride away, stunning beaches and walks are on your doorstep as well as the Queensland Country Bank stadium where huge sporting events - and international music acts such as Pnk - are already on the 2024 calendar. The Townsville Bulletin is looking for an all-rounder who is comfortable covering everything from breaking news, court and local council to business, health, Defence, education and everything in between. Regional newspapers like the Townsville Bulletin allow journalists to cover a diverse range of rounds from Day 1 that bigger publications may not, providing staff with immediate on-the-ground training and ongoing mentoring from esteemed journalists and newsroom leaders right across the country. This is an opportunity for a go-getter to take their career to the next level at a company that provides exciting career paths to bigger newspapers in the News Corp fold. Who are you? - You will be an enthusiastic and resilient writer, comfortable with getting out in the community to chase stories, take photos and shoot video. - You enjoy learning about the community, meeting new people and building a network of contacts that will allow you to drive your own news agenda every day by getting the 'exclusives' that sets our newspaper apart from the competition. - You write with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, with flair for the creative when it comes to enticing a reader to engage with your content through catchy headlines and intros. - You have an understanding of social media and SEO and want to learn about your audience through trends, analytics and tools to help you write more content that appeals to them. - You have skills (or an interest in developing your skills) in multimedia storytelling using video and audio to deliver captivating visual content to complement your stories for print and online. - You want to work hard and build your career while also enjoying the camaraderie and fun working in a regional newsroom can bring. - You hold a valid driver's licence and are willing to work a rotating weekend roster and early/late shifts as required. News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: - Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family - Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) - Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. - Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition - Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money - Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services - Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. - Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? News Corp Australia is the nation's most influential media organisation, operating more than 150 household-name brands across print, digital and multimedia. We lead the way in travel, fashion, food, health, homes and lifestyle, and we are the largest publisher across print and digital, reaching more than 16 million Australians each month. What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial We are proud to be Australia's most impactful media group, we're even prouder of what we stand for: Together, we inform, advocate and inspire all Australians, for a better Australia. With over 150 brands across news, sport and lifestyle, backed by a team of more than 5,000 dedicated people across the country, News Corp Australia is trusted by over 17 million Australians a month to provide the information and inspiration they seek across multiple digital, video, audio and print platforms. Renowned for world-class journalism and marketing services nationally and internationally, we are passionate, creative and dynamic. We offer a fast-paced environment that encourages individuals to take control of their future and challenge themselves in ever-changing fields. • Thu, 23 MayNews Corp Australia
Tax & Reporting Specialist » The Rocks, Sydney - Your role Would you like to help us enhance our client experience, now and for the future? Are you client orientated with high risk awareness? Wealth Management Operations are the experts in how the firm operates. Our vision is to always enhance the client experience now and for the future. To succeed our people must: Know what our clients want and need. Deliver excellence. Drive the organisation forward by working with purpose and passion. We're looking for an Tax and Client Reporting Specialist to: Manage end to end process of generation and dissemination of customized reports and letters. Perform controls and supervisions of the customized statements and letters to validate the completeness, accuracy and timeliness dissemination of statements. Working with key stakeholders to understand the data required. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA, Common Reporting Standards (CRS) reporting and supporting QI Reporting process as required. Supporting change by identifying and implementing process improvements or cost saving opportunities. Ongoing self-development/cross training across Operations. Join us At UBS, we embrace flexible ways of working when the role permits. We offer different working arrangements like part-time, job-sharing and hybrid (office and home) working. Our purpose-led culture and global infrastructure help us connect, collaborate, and work together in agile ways to meet all our business needs. From gaining new experiences in different roles to acquiring fresh knowledge and skills, we know that great work is never done alone. We know that it's our people, with their unique backgrounds, skills, experience levels and interests, who drive our ongoing success. Together we're more than ourselves. Ready to be part of teamUBS and make an impact? Your expertise Excellent communication and stakeholder management At least 5 years of experience in Private Banking and/or Tax Reporting Function. Work experience in FATCA and/or AEI (Automatic Exchange of Information also known as Common Reporting Standard CRS) will be preferred. Proficient in Tax and/or regulatory reporting will be preferred Product knowledge of private banking products and product event life cycle and how it should be displayed in the client statements will be added advantage Have a strong risk mindset and be able to escalate issues and be transparent. Strong time management and organisational skills to manage multiple deliverables simultaneously. Innovative and able to drive results. Strong teamwork skill to collaborate with internal and external teams. Be able to demonstrate a strong partnership and inclusive to all team members. Microsoft Suite of applications knowledge (especially Microsoft Excel) You'll be employed by and work at Credit Suisse Management (Australia) Pty Limited in the Wealth Management Division the course of Credit Suisse integration into UBS LI-TC1 About us UBS is the world's largest and the only truly global wealth manager. We operate through four business divisions: Global Wealth Management, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and the Investment Bank. Our global reach and the breadth of our expertise set us apart from our competitors We have a presence in all major financial centers in more than 50 countries. • Thu, 23 MayUBS
Reporter Sunshine Coast » Sunshine Coast, QLD - suitable for a print audience is also required. This is a prime opportunity for a keen reporter to take their career to the... • Wed, 22 MayNews Corp
Reporter Townsville » Townsville, QLD - What's the role? With more than 300 days of sunshine each year and surrounded by some of Australia's most stunning landscapes, Townsville, North Queensland is a glorious place to work. Magnetic Island is just a short ferry ride away, st... • Wed, 22 MayNews Corp
Reporting Business Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - About Protecht – Who we are Protecht is redefining the way the world thinks about risk. We help our customers create exciting opportunities for growth by transforming the way they understand and manage risk. We know that risk and reward are intrinsically linked, and brilliant risk management is the fuel that drives us all to reach new heights. Our cloud-based SaaS platform – Protecht.ERM – is what makes us really stand out. It’s one of the most comprehensive, flexible, and dynamic risk management solutions available today. A little bit about our role: We on the hunt for a skilled Reporting Business Analyst to join our Sydney, NSW team. As a Reporting Business Analyst, you will liaise directly with our customers and produce high quality specifications. Reporting to the Head of Customer Analytics you will be a part of a fun team providing analytical and reporting support. You will also work closely with the wider Customer Success Team. Who You are? You are an experienced Reporting Business Analyst who is delivery focused, confident and committed to providing excellent customer service. Your excellent communication skills, exceptional time management and organisation skills see you succeed in this role. You are eager to learn, and a strong team player and you will also have: Skills and experience in gathering requirements for BI and data visualisation solutions Experience in working in Agile environment Understanding of SQL (any of the MS SQL, Oracle, Postgres) databases and data structures Provide specification documents that are concise and easy to understand Outstanding communication and stakeholder management experience Problem solving skills - the ability to think outside the box with a desire to learn and improve Be a real people person, and can influence and work with multiple stakeholders Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Highly organised and solutions focused Why Protecht? – Why join us? You will get to work with a diverse team of great people who are awesome at what they do but most importantly really good humans too We are all about flexibility, in fact we encourage a healthy work life balance and offer access to birthday leave, dedicated L&D time, bonus days, paid parental leave and long service. We are a close-knit team and really like to look after each other at Protecht. We are just the right size to make a real difference and we have formed a fantastic culture where you can be you What happens now? We will review your application and will provide a reply either way. If your application is a good fit we will be in touch. We hope you are excited to apply and learn more about a career with Protecht Sound like you? If you want to be part of brand that is going through tremendous growth and work with great people, then apply now. “Through our people, we enable smarter risk taking by our customers to drive their resilience and sustainable success. We use our passion thought leadership in risk management to build and develop the best products, training and support to help customers on their risk management journey” Powered by JazzHR • Mon, 20 MayProtecht Group
Financial Reporting Accountant » Sydney, Sydney Region - Location: Sydney CBD, NSW Salary Package: $130 -135K Super Role highlights: Hands on Financial Reporting role for Australian entity of a Global US listed organisation. Role Overview Reporting to the Group Finance Manager, this Financial Reporting Accountant role is part of a cross functional team. Through recent changes within the business they are entering a period of positive change whereby this role will be key in establishing new Reporting templates within their ERP System alongside contributing to better analysis to help in improving profitability. This is a great opportunity for a Senior Financial Accountant to broaden their skills to include FP&A tasks in a large organisation. Responsibilities Undertake periodic reporting to parent company Evaluate current reporting processes and suggest improvements for timely and efficient reporting in SAP System Financial Review of ongoing projects Assist in the maintenance of accounting policies Compliance with relevant Accounting Standards and Control processes (SOX) Maintain and implement relevant changes to Accounting Standards Business Partner internal Stakeholders to ensure correct Accounting treatments are applied for commercial activities Profitability reporting and Analysis Ad-hoc Group Finance related projects Candidate Profile This role is a brilliant opportunity for a CA/CPA qualified Accountant to pick up FP&A Reporting alongside technical Accounting responsibilities. The ideal candidate will have experience of working within a multinational organisation alongside a natural ability to partner with Senior Management and non-finance Stakeholders. If you have previous exposure of any process or reporting improvement projects this will be viewed positively. Company, Culture & Benefits This large and reputable product led business has a strong local presence and a consistent focus on expansion. This entity is part of a group which is a market leader in both the US and Europe with a turnover into the billions. Technical Accounting role with added FP&A responsibility Be rewarded: $130-145K Super benefits Regular exposure to Senior Management and non-finance Stakeholders Apply If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the "apply" link below. The reference number for this role is LFFRA44772. Please allow for 3 - 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call. • Sat, 18 MayReo Group
Business and Reporting Analyst » Sydney CBD, Sydney - At SBS, we embrace difference, and we welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We also acknowledge the unique contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make to our society and our workplace through their enduring and continued connection to land, sea, sky and community. About Us SBS is one of the world's most unique and innovative media organisations, producing trusted, meaningful and engaging content that exists for all Australians to inspire, support and celebrate the diversity of our multicultural society. Our purpose, for the last 40 years, has reflected and explored the evolving diversity of Australia, investing in initiatives to deepen its connections with communities, sharing their stories and giving a voice to those often unheard, with the aim of increasing understanding and respect of the differences that make up Australia. SBS is a truly distinctive network, showcasing multicultural, multilingual and First Nations stories otherwise untold in the Australian media. The Department Our award-winning People & Culture Team is an incredibly supportive team with dynamic leadership and a flexible and inclusive culture and a vision to create amazing employee experiences. The Role The Business and Reporting Analyst will use their highly developed analytical and report building skills to identify and extract data to provide regular reporting on people metrics. The role will also analyse and outline the story related to the data so that it can be used for data lead decision making and strategic planning. Reporting to the Head of P&C Operations, the Business and Reporting Analyst role will be undertaking the following: Undertaking the reporting function with the BI Team by reviewing data sources, determine any gaps, liaise with key stakeholders to ensure the relevant data collection, develop reports in line with best practice. Providing analytical data, insights, and storytelling, ensuring all data presented is visually easy to understand, outlining what are the key messages relating to the data. All reports should provide adequate information for the business to understand, easily identify and develop strategies to address the issues on hand. Developing analysis, forecasts, and scenario modelling in support of key People and Culture strategic and operational objectives. Undertaking and reviewing data sources with the aim of analysing existing methods of collecting data. Consulting with team and reviewing current methodology and processes to propose alternative methods, procedures or workflows of collecting the required data. Propose and recommend innovative solutions to revise data collect and reporting methods/procedures, alter workflows, propose redefining job functions, and resolve problems within the People and Culture reporting framework. Scope, review, lead with subject matter experts to implement changes to systems or processes required to ensure data is collected, stores and reported on in a consistent and accurate manner. About you Relevant bachelor’s degree such as Business Administration, Information Technology etc with a Business and Reporting Analyst focus on advanced Excel, including VBA, automation, Power Pivot, Power Query, and integration with SQL databases. Demonstrated experience in a Business and Reporting Analyst role with demonstrated experience in data reporting build, a strong passion for data analysis, reporting, and visualization, particularly within HR and People data domains. Demonstrated knowledge of data management, governance, and quality control principles. A collaborative approach to work, with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders. Proven track record of driving process improvements and implementing innovative solutions. Relevant experience in database systems, query tools or implementing systems. Tableau experience would be highly desirable. Feel like you meet most, but perhaps not all the criteria listed? Send through your detail as whilst we have specific requirements in mind, we can look at how we can bridge the gaps The base salary for the role is $94,130 per annum plus 15.4% superannuation. Some of the reasons to consider working with us The people a genuine sense of feeling included (we truly celebrate and welcome difference) and being part of one of the most inclusive companies in Australia The culture and the engagement of our workforce, we are proud to have an employee engagement score of 82% with low levels of employee turnover. A brand that is not only recognisable but trusted and established, we have been broadcasting for over 40 years and we’re not done yet We offer a range of benefits from, health care checks, salary packaging, Employee Assistance Programme, flexible work arrangements and discounted gym membership nationally with FitnessPass. We also love to promote from within we have allocated funds to do just that and help with training gaps when moving from role to role. Want to learn more? Then hit apply and take the first step to applying for not just another job but a possible whole new career Reasonable adjustments SBS recognises that everyone is unique, and you might require some adjustments to ensure you have the best opportunity to apply and put your skills forward for consideration. If we can make some adjustments to the SBS recruitment/interview process to better enable you to shine, then please contact careerssbs.com.au and let us know. Adjustments include but are not limited to, alternative application methods, interview setups, physical requirements, guidance for trans or gender diverse applicants, specific interview availability times and more. To find out more about reasonable adjustments with SBS, please view our video here. We are shortlisting applications as they come in, so don’t delay, apply today Applications close 13 May 2024 To apply online, please go to http://sbs.com.au/careers/ • Sat, 18 MaySpecial Broadcasting Service
Specialist Reporting & Consolidation » Perth CBD, Perth - ABOUT PERTH OFFICE South32's corporate office is based in the heart of Perth's CBD. The corporate office houses key functions including HR, Finance, Corporate Development, Investor Relations, Group Risk and Technical. Our office is conveniently located a 5-minute walk from the Perth Underground Train Station. WHAT SOUTH32 OFFERS Annual short-term incentive bonus that recognizes both your individual performance and the overall success of the business The opportunity to become a shareholder of South32 through our share plans Flexible work options include working from home, flexible hours & job sharing 26 weeks full-paid, or 52 weeks half-paid parental leave for primary carers ABOUT THE ROLE This role is a permanent full-time position on a Monday-to-Friday basis. This role will be based at our head office in Perth. We understand and value the benefits flexibility brings and operate a hybrid work model (in the office and from home) The Specialist Reporting & Consolidation will assist the Group Financial Reporting team in managing the Group's financial reporting requirements, including the creation of the Group's consolidated financial statements, managing South32's consolidation systems, and ensuring data integrity and compliance with accounting standards. Reporting to Manager Financial Reporting other key responsibilities include, but aren't limited to: An overriding commitment to health, safety, environmental responsibility and sustainable development. Support the preparation of the Group's half-year and year-end external financial reports, including assisting with financial statement/note preparation, coordination, and review of inputs from other functions, managing deliverables to Risk and Audit Committee as well as Investor Relations and Corporate Affairs teams Provide support in other financial reporting and accounting policy matters, including analysing accounting positions/ papers, implementing new accounting standards, providing guidance/training to local accounting teams and ad hoc project work (including acquisitions and divestments). Assist with month-end consolidation processes and guide financial accounting teams in South Africa, Australia, Colombia, Brazil, and the USA with monthly and half-yearly accounting, reporting, and consolidation matters. Engage, upskill, and train financial accounting teams to support the integrity of financial data and ensure that issues are appropriately resolved. Support the management and improvement of finance systems, processes, and controls to ensure the integrity of financial results, including supporting the Group's digital and optimization work program. ABOUT YOU You will have experience and demonstrate capability in the following: Minimum of 4 years in a similar role with resources industry experience preferred Good understanding of accounting and reporting concepts, consolidation principles, and statutory reporting under IFRS/AASB Self-driven, high degree of attention to detail and strong customer service focus Excellent communication and relationship-building skills. SAP system knowledge preferred. Experience with multinational or large group companies preferred. Qualifications for this position are: Bachelor's degree CA/CPA or equivalent accounting qualification South32 is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the communities in which we operate. We provide a recruitment process that is fair, equitable and accessible for all and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. This job advert will close on 14th June 2024 • Sat, 18 MaySOUTH32 LIMITED
Data and Reporting Analyst » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - As a Data and Reporting Analyst, you will be responsible for developing and deploying reporting, visualisations and data-driven solutions to support business growth and customer satisfaction. If you have a strong background in data and analytics, excellent communication skills and a proactive outlook, we want to hear from you. Our client is a growing organisation based in Brisbane CBD, dedicated to establishing and managing community initiatives. As a Data and Reporting Analyst you will be dedicated to delivering data-driven solutions and insights for business growth and customer satisfaction. The successful applicant will enjoy the following: Opportunity to be a key player in developing and deploying reporting, visualisations and data-driven solutions; Work with cutting-edge technologies like Power BI, Tableau and Snowflake; and Collaborate with cross-functional teams to drive positive commercial outcomes and customer relationships. Responsibilities: Design, build, prototype, visualise, test and deploy data reporting based on business requirements; Uphold data governance, data quality and master data management standards; Provide data-driven insights to support business decisions and improve objectives; Develop and maintain Business Intelligence dashboards for actionable insights; Partner with Strategy and Product teams to ensure accurate and timely data inputs for key strategic reporting; and Troubleshoot reporting issues and facilitate resolution. Successful applicants will have: Proven experience in data and analytics, with a track record of extracting meaningful insights to improve business objectives; Expertise in data analysis, visualisation and presentation, ensuring clear communication with key stakeholders; Extensive experience in semantic data modeling; Advanced PowerBI skills, including data model optimisation and performance tuning; Proficiency in Snowflake is essential; Experience with DBT is an asset; Preferable experience with Tableau; Ability to present data in graphical or pictorial formats as required; Skilled in executing, completing, debugging and enhancing ETL processes using SQL, Python, Excel, etc.; and Ability to convert data into actionable insights and effectively communicate them to stakeholders. Salary: Competitive, commensurate with experience. Location: Brisbane CBD, Queensland How to Apply If you're ready to take on a challenging role in data analysis and reporting and make a positive impact, apply now. Please submit your CV and covering letter detailing your relevant experience and interest in the position. For more information or a confidential discussion please email Tyler Dewar at u&u on tyler.dewaruandu.com quoting reference number 36378. At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Wed, 15 Mayu&u
Reporter Gympie » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - What's the role? Who are you? News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? The nation's most influential media organisation and the largest publisher across print and digital, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sport brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate, and parenting. What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial • Fri, 10 MayNews Corporation Australia
Reporter, Rockhampton » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - What's the role? The Morning Bulletin has a proud heritage of covering the news that matters to readers and is looking for an agile reporter to continue that tradition in a fast-paced, digitally focused environment. We're looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual who has the ability to build a rapport with a wide range of people and can deliver engaging, high-quality content that matters to readers. The best candidate will be confident and skilled in news gathering, have a solid grasp of social media and a natural curiosity about the community. Join a team within the nation's most influential and dynamic media organisation in a region that has both a dynamic industrial hub and islands and natural beauty on its doorstep. This is a prime opportunity for a keen reporter to take their career to the next level in a company that can provide an exciting career path and values people willing to move so they can grow professionally. About the Role: To be based in Rockhampton, QLD region Source and create compelling stories that resonate with an audience Deliver relevant content that both engages our existing subscribers and attracts new readers Work under deadline pressure in a fast-paced environment to cover breaking stories without compromising on quality or accuracy Focus on online engagement and drive subscription growth Demonstrate initiative to search for stories that are not already breaking and identify unique angles that drive conversation and move the issue forward Digest digital data and use it in planning content Who are you? Thrives on the challenge of meeting business outcomes and reader expectations and actively looks to exceed them Strong news judgement and interview skills Has experience in digital storytelling Willing to embrace change and demonstrate agility in a fast-paced sector Self-starter who can maintain high levels of personal organisation and time management Understands social media, SEO, digital data Strong motivation, a collaborative work ethic and ability to meet deadlines Detail-oriented, able to stay calm under pressure and know how to balance priorities News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? News Corp Australia is the nation's most influential media organisation, operating more than 150 household-name brands across print, digital and multimedia. We lead the way in travel, fashion, food, health, homes and lifestyle, and we are the largest publisher across print and digital, reaching more than 16 million Australians each month. What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial • Fri, 10 MayNews Corporation Australia
Reporter, Rockhampton » Queensland, Australia - What's the role? The Morning Bulletin has a proud heritage of covering the news that matters to readers and is looking for an agile reporter to continue that tradition in a fast-paced, digitally focused environment. We're looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual who has the ability to build a rapport with a wide range of people and can deliver engaging, high-quality content that matters to readers. The best candidate will be confident and skilled in news gathering, have a solid grasp of social media and a natural curiosity about the community. Join a team within the nation's most influential and dynamic media organisation in a region that has both a dynamic industrial hub and islands and natural beauty on its doorstep. This is a prime opportunity for a keen reporter to take their career to the next level in a company that can provide an exciting career path and values people willing to move so they can grow professionally. About the Role: - To be based in Rockhampton, QLD region - Source and create compelling stories that resonate with an audience - Deliver relevant content that both engages our existing subscribers and attracts new readers - Work under deadline pressure in a fast-paced environment to cover breaking stories without compromising on quality or accuracy - Focus on online engagement and drive subscription growth - Demonstrate initiative to search for stories that are not already breaking and identify unique angles that drive conversation and move the issue forward - Digest digital data and use it in planning content Who are you? - Thrives on the challenge of meeting business outcomes and reader expectations and actively looks to exceed them - Strong news judgement and interview skills - Has experience in digital storytelling - Willing to embrace change and demonstrate agility in a fast-paced sector - Self-starter who can maintain high levels of personal organisation and time management - Understands social media, SEO, digital data - Strong motivation, a collaborative work ethic and ability to meet deadlines - Detail-oriented, able to stay calm under pressure and know how to balance priorities News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: - Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family - Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) - Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. - Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition - Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money - Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services - Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. - Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? News Corp Australia is the nation's most influential media organisation, operating more than 150 household-name brands across print, digital and multimedia. We lead the way in travel, fashion, food, health, homes and lifestyle, and we are the largest publisher across print and digital, reaching more than 16 million Australians each month. What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Editorial We are proud to be Australia's most impactful media group, we're even prouder of what we stand for: Together, we inform, advocate and inspire all Australians, for a better Australia. With over 150 brands across news, sport and lifestyle, backed by a team of more than 5,000 dedicated people across the country, News Corp Australia is trusted by over 17 million Australians a month to provide the information and inspiration they seek across multiple digital, video, audio and print platforms. Renowned for world-class journalism and marketing services nationally and internationally, we are passionate, creative and dynamic. We offer a fast-paced environment that encourages individuals to take control of their future and challenge themselves in ever-changing fields. • Thu, 09 MayNews Corp Australia

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