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Finance Assistant

Proficient and creative computer skills, and knowledge of current technology. Bachelors or higher degree education and experience in Finance area....

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


There™s an exciting opportunity for a bookkeeper in the southern suburbs of Perth. This position would suit someone who has sound bookkeeping skills using any...

location Harrisdale WA 6112, Australia

Accounts Officer

Reporting to the CFO, the duties will include. Here is a great opportunity for an Accounts Officer within an NFP company that prides themselves on being...

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

Finance Manager

Boeing Aerostructures Australia is Australias leading designer and manufacturer of composite flight control components for commercial aircraft. We are renowned for our collaborative and supportive working environment and for the high caliber of our people. We are passionate about improving peoples lives through increasing global mobility with our iconic planes including the production of the 737, 747, 777 and 787 models. We are seeking a Finance Manager to join our Finance Business Operations team, primarily focused on Financial Accounting with Management Commercial accounting accountabilities. This role reports to the General Manager Finance Business Operations, based in Port Melbourne in a full-time permanent capacity. About the role Responsible for Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) financial accounting including treasury, payroll, payables and receivable functions, including Consolidation and coordination of the BAA monthly results with oversight and review of transactional inputs from offshore processing (India, Hong Kong) Maintain health of BAA Balance Sheet with insightful review of opportunities and risks and effective cross functional business partnering Review and present monthly results to BCA Head Office, Seattle Delivery of financial compliance (including SOX, AGAAP, USGAAP), due diligence and actionable guidance in relation to financial compliance to the business. Manage the external audit process for interim and year end Execution of all company directives and policies and procedures via liaison with USA parent company for USGAAP consolidation and Australian Holding company for AGAAP Australian including Statutory audit purposes Execution of company driven Taxation Treasury directives, processes policies Leads the business Inventory management, reconciliation reduction processes projects requiring detailed business understanding With the Senior Finance Leadership Team, leads the business to understand make strategic decisions with regards to the management of opportunities Risks to find the path to achieving Long Range Business Plan objectives. Manages employees performing more than one finance job family andor other business function. Develops and executes with urgency project and process improvement plans utilizing Boeing Project Management Best Practices Understands the overall business strategy, sets operational and financial goals and tactics to lead the team to deliver to these strategies Acquires resources for projects and processes, provides technical management of suppliers and leads process improvements. Develops and maintains relationships and partnerships with internal external customers, stakeholders, peers, partners and direct reports. Provides oversight and approval of technical approaches for products and processes. Manages, develops and motivates employees. About you Previous finance and management experience, preferably in a large manufacturing environment. CPA CA qualified (or currently completing the qualification). Demonstrated leadership in a cross functional environment Practical understanding of the strategic and operational financial functional requirements within a multi-national operating environment. Relentless focus to drive business results, protect and support the enterprise, improve productivity, develop your team, and shape the future of BAA. Ability to work with urgency and deliver to commitments whilst being able to work in challenging conditions. Proven project management capabilities. Ability to convey complex Finance issues in an easy to understand fashion to non-Finance people Prior SAP experience would be advantageous Boeing Aerostructures Australia, we are committed to creating an inclusive and incident and injury free workplace, where employees can realise their career goals and make a positive contribution to Boeings success. If this role is you and youre excited by the opportunity to be part of building something amazing, we welcome your application. Additional information Remuneration will be commensurate with skills and experience. The successful candidate will be required to complete pre-employment checks and a 3 month probationary period.

location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia

Associate Director | Internal Audit | Career Growth Opportunity

The Company Our Client is a leading provider of independent risk consulting and internal audit services. The company provides consulting and advisory services to help clients identify, assess and manage financial, operational and technology-related risks. They provide internal audit functions, including full outsourcing, co-sourcing, technology and tool implementation, quality assessment and readiness reviews Due to exceptional growth an opportunity exists for a talented Associate Director to take a leadership role within this high performing office. The Role Reporting to the Managing Directors of Internal Audit, you will be a leader on engagements and ensure that they are performed to the required quality standard of the firm and needs of the client. Some of the specific responsibilities are Participating in engagement sales opportunities with existing and new clients. Managing broad range of routine responsibilities on multiple client engagements related to client project management, and business development activities. Effectively managing client relationships with senior personnel. Contributing to employee development by actively mentoring employees, creating development opportunities, and initiating and conducting training. Demonstrating the ability to discuss technical and industry trends in specific productsindustries. Demonstrating ability to deliver specific product solutions to clients. Demonstrating expertise in specific technical areas andor industries. Participating in recruiting efforts to support business objectives. Enhancing the company™s market presence and exposure to develop opportunities with new clients. Your Profile Ideally you will be a CA qualified Internal AuditRisk professional, with experience working at a Big 4 firm, or similar top tier professional services organisation. You will have an excellent performance track record and have the ambition to advance your career within a fast-growing organisation. If this sounds like you, please get in touch for a confidential discussion. Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne office on 03 9691 36 31. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services Job Reference No 06810-0010534404RF

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Commercial Finance Manager

Abbott is a global healthcare company devoted to improving life through the development of products and technologies that span the breadth of healthcare. At Abbott, were committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, weve brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and enthusiastic Commercial Planning Manager to provide high-level decision support, support reporting, forecasting and analysis processes for the Electro-Physiology (EP) business unit within our Cardiac Arrhythmias Heart Failure (CAHF) division. Responsibilities Planning, Forecasting and Reporting Perform financial reporting and standardised Abbott CAHF financial reporting “ manage the analysis and communication of financial results for the division Develop and analyse key performance indicators and engagement metrics, lead monthly financial reviews and advise management in decision making Execute forecasting process to support revenue recognition analysis and estimated earnings forecasts Perform revenue recognition analysis and make adjustments to ensure compliance with GAAP and internal controls Own and review the ANZ EP Market Model and work with Marketing to gain alignment with APAC and GMI ahead of each Rolling LBE cycle Support and Drive the annual operating plan process for EP Develop and assist the commercial business to prepare annual territory plans Regular sales reporting and analysis from top level reports down to account by account analysis monthly, regular trend analysis in relation to usage of products Full Divisional PL analysis and help drive efficiencies across the business unit Business Unit Director and Marketing Support Identifyprioritise key account profiles and develop a key account database, including identification of accounts with high potential Partner with Business Unit Director in developing Sales strategies that have an incremental impact on Market share gains and Operating Income Assist Marketing with analysing market intelligence information, including share results against share objectives Implement and manage reporting to monitor key marketing objectives and programs and product launch effectiveness Preparation of presentations for and participation in Business Reviews Support the Capital Expenditure Request (CEA) process Manage the quarterly preparation of detailed incentive calculations for all EP employees the monthly accrual estimates Develop smart processes and systems to provide visibility and insights into the business to help drive focus on opportunities and early identification of issues Consolidate the relevant divisions and help manage the flow of information back and forth to the regional counterparts Tenders Corporate Agreements Analyse, prepare and submit new tenders and customer agreements “ including monitoring contracttender compliance from a pricing perspective Customer RebateDiscount Programs Monitor performance of the Division specific client rebate programs and report to management accordingly In addition to the above, the relevant experience is required 6 years™ experience in accounting-related role Working knowledge of business, finance and accounting fundamentals including U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Medical device industry experience preferred Tertiary qualifications in finance or business related field essential. CACPA qualified. Excellent interpersonal skills This role will work within a team of very capable and passionate individuals committed to getting the best outcomes for the patients and the customers that we serve. Abbott provides some fantastic benefits for our employees, these include Free Parking Onsite Gym Discounted Healthcare Discounted Shares program Fresh fruit available to employees AND¦..Lots, lots more Abbott is an equal opportunity employer We ask that recruiters respect our internal recruitment process and PSA panel, and refrain from contacting us, or referring candidates to this role.

location Ln Cove Plaza, Lane Cove NSW 2066, Australia

Corporate Secretary

National Professional Services Firm Convenient CBD Location Friendly and supportive environment About us RSM is the 6th largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, encompassing over 120 countries, 800 offices and more than 43,000 people internationally. We have 30 offices throughout Australia and offer personalised services with in-depth expertise and resources in the accountancy, business consulting and risk management areas. The Opportunity Our Melbourne office is seeking an enthusiastic, hardworking, experienced and organised Corporate Secretarial Officer to join our Business Advisory team. This role is responsible for assisting the team by attending to the ASIC reporting requirements of client work. Key responsibilities of the role include Maintenance of clients corporate secretarial records. Processing ASIC Annual Company Statements and other ASIC statutory forms. Electronic lodgement of ASIC forms Maintenance of tax agent lodgement lists Electronic lodgement of Income Tax Returns Maintenance of client database Liaising with both the ATO and ASIC. Checking and forwarding of income tax assessments and notices Company and Title Searches Word processing including various correspondence, letters, tax notices Preparation of Bills Assists with other administration duties as directed. The Successful Applicant To be successful in this role you will possess the following Minimum two years previous experience in the maintenance of clients corporate secretarial records and compliance with Australian Securities Investments Commission requirements (preferred) Knowledge of BGL, Viztopia (not essential), Corporate Compliance Advanced level Microsoft Office Strong communication and client service skills and Excellent grammar, spelling and attention to detail. Whats on Offer RSM provides our employees with the opportunity to connect for success through our culture, employee benefits and an environment that supports work life balance. On offer is a competitive opportunity for personal and professional development and a friendly and supportive environment. If youre ready for your next career challenge then apply today for this great opportunity.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Assistant Accountant

Were passionate about creating and crafting extraordinary confectionery thats worth sharing Darrell Lea has been making Australias finest chocolate, freshest liquorice and most delectable confectionary since 1927. At Darrell Lea we aspire to be the best at everything we do. We strive to create and make great products and be a company that offers value, quality and innovation. An excellent opportunity exists for a self-motivated Assistant Accountant to join our team in Ingleburn who will bring a hands on approach to the role. Reporting to the Financial Accountant your key accounting and administrative responsibilities will include Assist in the preparation of monthly financial accounts and board reports, maintain journal entries, adjustments, accruals and prepayments, Maintaining consistency of chart of accounts across the group, Analyse costs and assist with variance analysis, Balance sheet and bank reconciliations, Maintain fixed assets register and RM cost schedules, Provide back-up to APAR, Be the escalation point for complex customer claims, and offshore broker commission, Assist in the quarterly and annual financial statement preparation, Assist with annual external audit and financial reporting. The successful candidate will be flexible, have good business acumen and be able to prepare timely and accurate reports. Good communication skills are essential in this fast-moving environment. Previous experience in a manufacturing environment will be highly regarded. Darrell Lea is a dynamic business that values Respect, Honesty, Accountability and Teamwork. If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please APPLY NOW using the link below. Applicants must have appropriate working rights.

location Bardia NSW 2565, Australia

Associate Director | IT Internal Audit | Global Consultancy

The Company Our client is a global business consulting firm composed of experts specialising in risk and advisory. The firm helps clients solve problems in finance, operations, technology, litigation, governance, risk and compliance. Following a recent promotion, an opportunity exists for a talented Associate Director in IT Audit to take a leadership role within this high performing office. The Role Reporting to the Managing Director of IT Audit, Associate Directors are responsible for maintaining primary contact with significant clients and for maintaining client satisfaction on all client work. In addition, they are responsible for developing existing engagement opportunities, playing significant roles in developing new clients, and establishing relationships within the business community. Associate Directors maintain overall responsibility for the profitability of all client related work within their portfolio. Specifically, you will be responsible for helping clients with IT governance and ensuring alignment with business strategies. You will drive excellence through the IT infrastructure and into the supporting applications and data analytics. You will also facilitate the selection and development of software, manage the risk of implementation, implement configurable controls on large ERP installations and implement governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software applications. You will help organisations gain insight into the threats inherent in today™s highly complex technologies. Your Profile You will be degree qualified with a relevant professional qualification and have extensive IT Audit experience within a Tier 1 consultancy (ideally Big 4), or blue-chip corporate. You will have an excellent performance record, ability to motivate small teams and deliver positive client outcomes. Your superior report writing skills and ability to manage a range of senior client relationships will be pivotal to your mandate in growing the business. Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne office on 03 9691 36 31. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services Job Reference No 06810-0010534405RF

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Management Accountant - Engagement & Support

Maximum term role (3 months) Full time hours Sydney CBD location Who are we Australian Red Cross is part of the world™s largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The primary focus of the Management Accountant role is to support quality financial decisions related to fundraising activities that add value and revenue for Australian Red Cross. This role supports in ensuring business requirements are being met at a local level on planning, budgets, forecasting, analysis, financial reporting, audit requirements, risk management, property administration and Finance processes are efficient and effective. What you will bring Bachelor or Commerce or equivalent qualification CA or CPA Proven highly developed organisation and time management skills Intermediate to advanced Excel skills (Pivot tables, vlookups, ability to manipulate large amount of data) Proficiency in MS Office Benefits Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work you do contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. Red Cross offers generous salary packaging benefits and flexible working arrangements. For further enquiries please contact Phil Thai on 02 8265 3075. Closing date 900am AEST on Friday 20 July 2018. Reference 0050

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Account Manager

Who are we? Small business makes the world go round - it™s the heart of the global economy. At Xero we want our millions of Xero subscribers to thrive through better tools, information and connections. Because if small business succeeds jobs are created, economies thrive, and communities prosper. That™s good for everyone. A global SaaS (software as a service) company we have a team of almost 2,000 Xeros doing beautiful work across our 17 offices across the globe. We™re ranked No. 1 by Forbes as the Worlds Most Innovative Growth Company two years running, Glassdoor named us one of the top 15 best SaaS companies in the world, and Canstar Blue ranked us Australia™s best accounting software company for three consecutive years (2015-2017). How you will make an impact This role is responsible for recruiting and educating new Xero Accounting customers who are Sole Practitioners and Bookkeepers. You will be assisting them through the initial signup and education stage. You are also responsible for growing, developing and managing Xeros relationships with existing Xero Sole Practitioners and Bookkeepers. What you will do Ensure customers and their staff attend introductory webinars, events certification training Educate customers on all partner resources available Manage all inbound sales calls and respond to enquiries Manage and respond to all incoming sales tickets from existing customers Monitor all existing and prospective customers progress through the sales cycle Keep all information relating to sales tickets, inbound outbound calls in our - CRM system up to date Maintain and update the CRM system of all practice staff and contact details, including adding new leads Ensure your knowledge of Xero features and functionality is kept up to date via Xero training and update Webinars Promote education webinars to prospective partners demonstrating the features of Xero to assist sales conversion Who we are looking for This is a phone based role where experience in customer service and account management would be advantageous. You will have strong communication skills, be able to build rapport and positive relationships quickly, be a team player and have the drive and ability to achieve sales targets. You may be a recent accounting graduate or have been practising for a short time but looking for a new challenge while still able to use your knowledge on a non-traditional path. Why you™ll love Xero At Xero we value our people, we want them to do the best work of their lives, and have endless opportunities to love and grow their career. We offer a great package that includes a competitive base salary, commissions and even Xero shares. A purpose driven company we attract people who want to help us have a positive impact on the world by helping small business thrive and be successful. Our passionate, innovative, and human team of Xeros across the world want to know that the work they do every day makes a meaningful difference. Diversity of people brings diversity of thought and we like that. A collaborative and inclusive environment is important to us and we support flexible working arrangements. We have a unique and special culture based around our values (ownership, challenge, beautiful, human and champion) and offer a number of other great benefits and perks. So if you want to hear more and get the opportunity to help shape the next phase in our the Xero success story please apply Xero is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We will address any requests for reasonable adjustments in the workplace from applicants with disabilities.

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

Management Accountant

Company description GFG Alliance has an agile, entrepreneurial culture with high energy, strong levels of ambition, and sustainable growth plans. This brings opportunities for GFG™s people and businesses to flourish and develop. We work with our people to determine how we can grow our business and our future. We are committed to uncompromising levels of safety, strong customer centricity and diversity. Wherever they are in the world, our people are our greatest asset. We welcome you to join us. Job description About GFG Alliance GFG Alliance has an agile, entrepreneurial culture with high energy, strong levels of ambition, and sustainable growth plans. This brings opportunities for GFG™s people and businesses to flourish and develop. We work with our people to determine how we can grow our business and our future. We are committed to uncompromising levels of safety, strong customer centricity and diversity. Wherever they are in the world, our people are our greatest asset. We welcome you to join us. About the Role Liberty OneSteel Metalcentre is part of the Liberty Steel division owned by GFG Alliance with operations in over 45 locations within Australia. We are a leading distributor of steel products to businesses across the mining, fabrication and manufacturing industries. Our Commercial team are currently looking to appoint a Management Accountant. Reporting to the Commercial Analyst, this position is responsible for achieving Metalcentre objectives and strategies by supporting the Management Accountant and Commercial Team, with ensuring financial performance and operational standards are maintained. With primarily an operational focus, the position is responsible for the production and delivery of accurate and timely management reporting trend analysis and commentary, together with ensuring compliance in stewardship and corporate governance. In addition, the position will partner closely with the wider management accounting and commercial team within Metalcentre to meet business unit performance targets. The role will also liaise with our broader Metalcentre business including Marketing, operations, Supply chain, Safety Commercial. Our ideal candidate will hold tertiary qualifications in Accounting and a minimum of 2 years™ experience gained within a financial accounting role. With effective communication skills, you are a collaborative team player who is able to engage with various stakeholders. Completion or commencement of CACPA studies together with experience using SAP is desirable though not essential. This is an exciting career opportunity where you can develop your skills in Finance working across a large complex global business. Why work for GFG Alliance? Across our different business units we offer career opportunities for people who share our drive, passion and ambition. From apprentices and graduates to experienced professionals, we are committed to offering fulfilling careers and the chance to grow as our business grows. We would love you to be part of our journey.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Risk Manager

About us Bouygues Construction Australia is part of the Bouygues Construction Group “ a global construction and civil engineering company dedicated to sharing innovations to create and deliver some of the world™s most ambitious projects across the building, civil and energy services markets. Active in over 80 countries and with annual sales of AUD17bn, Bouygues Construction employs more than 50,000 staff worldwide. The Australian business is undergoing a period of exponential growth, following a run of successful PPP, DC and EPC and OM tenders in the major transport, renewable energy and building sectors. Bouygues is delivering the NorthConnex, Melbourne Metro and WestConnex projects and a number of large scale Solar Farms across Australia, and has recently acquired a building company to deepen its building capability in the market. POSITION SUMMARY This position reports to the Project Control Manager and directly supports one or more Project Managers in coordination of project management activities. The Project Coordinator role reports to the Project Manager and will manage project risk data according the norms and standards as ISO 31000, ASNZ4360 Responsibilities include working with project managers, technical leads, and engineering teams to Create and deliver risk management plan for the project, Assist the risk owner to identify risks associated with team activities, Provide detailed project risk metrics and reports (key indicators , Risk Register, contribution to the monthly report), Collaborate with the scheduler and able to create risk model of program preparing Monte Carlo risk simulation, Track project progress at detailed task, activity and milestone levels to ensure on-time, on project delivery to the highest standards of quality, Contribute to improvements in project reporting and tools to improve capabilities for tracking and managing projects, What skills, experience, and qualifications do we need? Masters Degree or equivalent with a project management focus 3 to 5 years experiences as Risk coordinator or internal audit or similar position, An understanding of project planning and life cycle from definition through delivery, Good interpersonal skills to enable good working relationships within the development team, including the ability to track, monitor and motivate project engineer teams, Pro-active and pragmatic with regards to problem solving, Professional attitude, with strong attention to detail, process oriented and organized, Experienced in various project planning tools such as MS Project, Primavera P6, Knowledge and practice of Probabilistic approach (Monte-Carlo method) on cost and schedule (with risk and Oracle risk Analysis)

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Payroll Officer

An opportunity exists for a motivated individual to join the Payroll Department as a Payroll Officer in a Permanent Full time position. The Payroll Officer will support the Payroll Manager and the Payroll Team in the delivery of an effective and efficient payroll function to both GV Health and its outsourced payrolls. This position amongst others is responsible for promoting Goulburn Valley Health as a quality regional health service provider. The successful applicant will have well-developed time management and problem-solving skills, the ability to prioritise tasks and work under minimal supervision. Applicants should also possess excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills and be able to work effectively within a team environment. A sound knowledge of computer based software applications including WordExceldatabase management systems is also required. About GV Health GV Health is the Public Health Service for the Hume Region, with main campuses located at Shepparton, Tatura and Rushworth and additional sites in Shepparton, Seymour, Benalla and Wodonga. GV Health provides a range of acute, mental health, aged and primary health and community support services across the Goulburn Valley Sub Region of the Department of Human Services, Hume Region. The main campus is the major acute referral site for the sub region. Some of the great benefits of working for GV Health include Wide range of specialties for clinical staff Salary Packaging Continually growing and developing WorkLife balance Support culture based on Reward and Recognition Employee Assistance Programs Professional Development opportunities Paid maternity and paternity leave Social Club Competitive remuneration Applications close 23rd July 2018.

location Victoria 3630, Australia

Assistant Commercial Manager

About the role We are seeking an experienced Assistant Commercial Manager with a strong Financial Accounting background for our Laverton North office, Reporting to the Sate Commercial Manager your role is to provide both commercial and financial support across the supermarkets pillar of the business. This will be a 12 - month contract position with a view to permanent. What youll do This is a front-line position and will require a confident communicator who can develop strong working relationships within the Supermarket Pillar. In the position you will Manage the day to day financial and administrative requirements of the state wholesale and corporate store business. Prepare and review all management reporting when required, ensuring their accuracy and the provision of key insights and analysis to key stakeholders. Provide support and guidance to the State Leadership Group and other key managers ensuring both the adherence to policies and processes and the achievement of state targets. Complete forecasting, budgeting and month end requirements as directed by our National Finance team and State Commercial Manager. Partner with our National Finance team to ensure all balance sheet reconciliations are completed accurately and reviewed. Prepare Capital Expenditure requests and business cases as required. Assist the State Commercial Manager in executing commercial support requests as required. Ad hoc projects and other responsibilities as required. What youll bring Appropriate business experience in FMCG Distribution Company Retail (minimum 5 years) Tertiary level business degree or equivalent Appropriate post graduate accounting qualification or nearing completion e.g. (CPA) Advanced computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Advanced communication, both written and verbal Ability to manage a broad portfolio of accountabilities Ability to work as part of a team as well as autonomously A can do and service oriented personality About us You™ll be employed by Metcash, Australia™s leading wholesale distribution and marketing company with sales of over 14 billion in FY17. We believe that it is absolutely vital to Australia that there is a sustainable, independent, family-owned business sector. Independent retailers support their local communities. We help them to be the ˜Best Store in Town™ link removed by providing merchandising, operational and marketing support across our food, liquor and hardware pillars. With locations across Australia, New Zealand and China, Metcash proudly supports independently owned retailers across our portfolio of brands including IGA, Campbells, Cellarbrations, Mitre 10, Friendly Grocer, and The Bottle-O. At Metcash we are transforming our business and challenging the status quo of retail. We are creating a great place to work, with our 6,000 employees all passionate about achieving our purpose of Successful Independents. What we can offer you State of the art facilities, including onsite canteen free and secure onsite car parking Well-being days, 5 weeks™ annual leave conditions apply Subsided child vacation care, corporate health benefits, and much more We are looking to fill this position asap. So, if you think this is the role for you, then apply today.

location Laverton North VIC 3026, Australia

Payroll Officer

A new opportunity exists for a Payroll Officer in our office in Adelaide. The Position Based in Adelaide, South Australia the successful candidate will report to the Payroll Manager and be responsible for the timely preparation of ARTC staff salary and wages, costing documentation in accordance with relevant Workplace Agreement and internal controls. The Role You will be responsible for accurate timesheet entry, leave processing, administrative tasks and the provision of information to ARTC employees and managers. About You To be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate- Payroll processing experience (essential) Experience with the interpretation of Enterprise Agreement(s) Demonstrated experience in the use of computerised financial systems, payroll systems andor Time and Attendance systems and Ability to be proactive, flexible and work as part of a team to achieve deadlines. As part of the recruitment process, you will be required to consent to a National Criminal History Check. Appointment is subject to ARTCs medical fitness standards relative to the position. ARTC is a drug and alcohol free working environment. If this position is of interest, please click Apply Now and address your application to Lizz Dedrick, HR Coordinator by close of business 20 July 2018.

location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Payroll Officer

The Company Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) is a leading Australian based mining services, contracting, processing and commodities production company, with a unique and robust business model. Coupled with its industry position as the mining services provider of choice, it has ensured a reputation for delivering the highest quality services in the specialist fields of minerals processing, contract crushing, mine ownership and operation, just to name a few. The Role The Team As a growing and innovative business, we are continuously looking to challenge ourselves and are seeking a self-motivated individual to join our Payroll team. This is not just a Payroll Officer job “ this is a career Based in our Head Office in Applecross with access to on-site parking and close proximity to public transport, you will be utilising your SAP and Microsoft Excel skills joining a team of 5 busy payroll professionals, working with a fortnightly pay run for both staff and workforce personnel with a current headcount of 1,600. Your Responsibilities Duties Weekly pay run for the relevant company entity Daily timesheet entry for staff and workforce personnel Updating employee rates and personal details Administration and payment of PAYG, long service leave, superannuation and child support Answering employee and manager payroll related queries Maintaining the security and confidentiality of employee and payroll records ADHOC payroll reporting requirements Your Experience Skills Demonstrated payroll experience Knowledge of construction industry payroll desirable Proficiency with Microsoft Excel Experience or knowledge with working with multiple awards and agreements Working knowledge of SAP will be highly regarded, but is not essential The Benefits Good Bits Work in a supportive team environment, backed by a well-respected Payroll Manager Expanding portfolio of diverse work across our multiple business sectors, so no day will be the same Access to an experienced and supportive Senior Business Management team A workplace that lives and breathes a strong safety culture And most importantly, work in close proximity to the best coffee house in Perth (but we™re biased¦) If you feel that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now for a confidential chat with our friendly Recruitment Team. Shortlisting will commence immediately. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time, unless specifically requested. Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply.

location Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia

Change Analyst

NRMA is well known for 97 years of Roadside Assistance. As Australias largest Member organisation, The National Roads Motorists Association (NRMA) provides a range of services for our Members and the community. Be a part of the ongoing success of one of Australia™s most iconic organisations and feel the buzz of real job satisfaction as you work with talented professionals in a collaborative environment where people come first. We are growing and transforming, as demonstrated by our Blue Highways strategy and the recent purchase of Manly Fast Ferry, as well as our work with electric and autonomous vehicles. The opportunity we present is as a Change Analyst who will conduct change management activities to support strategic business projects across a number of business units. Key Responsibilities Conducting change impact assessments Creating and implementing change management plans Developing effective communication and training requirements to support project change Identifying risks and issues associated with project changes and ensure their management Conducting business readiness assessment for delivery and transition Provide regular change status reporting Measure and report on change success and lessons learned You will support stakeholders to understand, prepare and own their business changes You will work closely with the EPMO Change ManagerChange Lead, and will be instrumental to further the successful embedment and practice of change management disciplines across the NRMA group Essential 3 years+ experience in change analysismanagement and a track record of planning and implementing change for business and technology-related projects Demonstrated experience implementing change, including undertaking stakeholder analyses, change impact assessments and change readiness assessments Experience in complex business transformational change projects Experience facilitating workshops and meetings Some business analysis experience with strong stakeholder engagement is desirable (not technical BA) Experience across multiple business disciplines will be beneficial Experience with large Information Technology Projects, eg. ERP (OracleSiebel) implementations, CRM, Finance systems etc. beneficial Change management certification (e.g. ADKAR, PROSCI, Kotter) Andor demonstrated Industry experience in change management Bachelor™s degree (Business qualification desirable) Capabilities Well-developed understanding and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools Solid understanding of the change process around people undergoing technology or business change Familiarity with Project Management methodologies and practices Knowledgeable and efficient at identifying change impacts across various stakeholder groups and be able to propose solutions for the management of those impacts Proven ability to clearly articulate messages to a variety of audiences, including developing and executing communication plans Ability to work effectively in multiple teams, building strong relationships with internal stakeholders at all levels Highly effective communication skills (both written and verbal) Ability to influence stakeholders to deliver desired outcomes Strong training and facilitation skills Strong analytical skills If you have the above skills and are looking for an exciting and rewarding career, please apply today. We look forward to hearing from you. We are proudly diverse and are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where all people are valued, respected and able to contribute their talents to drive organisational performance. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

location Wentworth Point NSW, Australia

Job Share | Accounting | Financial Services

This job share vacancy is within the Fund Accounting team of one of Australia leading financial institutions. The team has responsibility for supporting various teams across the business. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES Involvement in the maintenance and control of primary accounting records include Posting and reconciliation of cash Assisting with production of Management Information Assisting with the preparation of NAV statements and investor reporting packs Assisting with the preparation of balance sheet reconciliations Assisting with the preparation of property fund data Assisting with the preparation of VAT returns and other tax compliance reporting Cash management including arranging payments, managing investor drawdowns and monitoring liquidity Maintaining and updating finance procedures where necessary Support to fund managers, asset managers and fund accountants with any valuation and accounting queries Assisting with change projects where appropriate. EXPERIENCESKILLS REQUIRED Academic Qualifications Degree Collaborative approach to service commitment Flexible, adaptable and able to multi-task in a fast paced and changeable environment Strong analytical and numerical skills and Ability to work as part of team. Competence Characteristics Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Strong organisational skills Ability to work to tight deadlines Positive, enthusiastic approach Pro-active Self starter Dynamic, vibrant style If you are interested please apply now.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Payroll Manager

About the Company Bingo Industries is an ASX Listed integrated waste management and recycling company with a current market capitalisation in excess of A1.0 billion. Bingo has grown at a rapid rate through targeted strategic acquisitions and organic growth to be one of Australia™s leading waste management companies across the building demolition and commercial industrial waste sector. Bingo has a strong and unique corporate culture of encouraging collaboration, innovation, entrepreneurialism and customer service excellence. About the role Reporting to the Chief People Culture Officer , the Payroll Manager is to responsible for leading the payroll function for Bingo, ensuring on-time and accurate pay and compliant pay practices are administered across the group. Your duties will include but will not be restricted to Lead the end to end delivery of the payroll function for Bingo. Ensure focus is maintained on driving an analytical, control based, pro-active, business engaged focus Lead the preparation and processing of the payroll and maintenance of all related records. Identify and drive opportunities for continuous payroll process improvement, automation and efficiency Ensure compliance with relevant state and federal legislation and requirements, payroll industry best practice, Bingo policies, Awards and employee contracts Lead the centralisation of time and attendance data capture and processing, ensuring full integration with payroll Lead and drive the timely compilation and distribution of pay for all staff within agreed timeframes including terminations, new hires, transfers, personal changes, retrospective payments, corrections, and deductions Maintain the integrity of payroll data, ensuring all changes have appropriate documentation and comply with policies, awards, legislation, payroll checklists, processes and procedure Ensure the payroll is processed and reconciled accurately, with appropriate authorisations, within required timeframes Provide weekly cash-flow forecasting and other reporting as required for the use of the Finance Department Provide support for all customers, both internal and external. Develop and maintain good working relationships with key customers, administrators and managers Where required, liaise with Finance, People Culture, other payroll team members or auditors on payroll issues About You Minimum 5 years™ experience in a similar role at a similar size or larger organisation. Strong leadership skills An ability to work flexibly and adaptively in a complex environment with multiple stakeholders Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Please note only applicants with full Australian Working Rights will be considered Applications close 27 July 2018

location Auburn Rd, Auburn NSW 2144, Australia