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ASX-listed company Work as part of a collaborative and dynamic team 6 months fixed term with potential for permanency Immediate start preferred This is a rare opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic Accountant to work within an exciting, ASX-listed e-Commerce company. We are a hard-working, energetic bunch who value honesty, empowerment and forward-thinking. CVCheck is the leading provider of online screening and verification services, whose vision is to change the way people source and share factual information about themselves. Our aim is to provide the verified information that supports people in building trust and growing honest relationships. The successful candidate will thrive in our fast-paced environment, acting as the focal point for regular financial and statistical reporting and providing meaningful analysis of results to the Australia and NZ-wide business. In addition, the role will see you Support the development, implementation and maintenance of effective financial systems and controls (Accounts Receivable, Revenue, Accounts Payable, and Payroll for relevant Group companies) Prepare and monitor impairment testing for the Groups subsidiary entities (Discounted Cash Flow models). Prepare annual budgets and reforecasts (annual and rolling) and monitor revenue and spend to budget andor forecast. Prepare month-end financial reports, investigate variances, summarise data and information, and determine trends in revenue and costs. Prepare quarterly, half yearly and annual statements (and relevant ASX reporting) to meet Group and statutory requirements. Complete balance sheet reconciliations. Were searching for a self-motivated team player with Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting or Finance, ideally CA or CPA qualified (or near completion). 3-5 years experience in public practice andor commerce. Ideally, someone who has recently moved or plans to move to commerce from public practice (Big 4, second tier) background audit and assurance. Advanced excel, financial modelling and reporting skills. Demonstrated experience with implementation and maintenance of accounting platforms and related control structures. Outstanding communication skills. Listed company and payroll experience desirable. A positive, can-do, team-oriented attitude with a good sense of humour will fit right in Benefits of working at CVCheck include close proximity to public transport, free access to a pool, tennis courts and gym facilities, continuous development working within an experienced team at a growing tech company in Perth with bright prospects both locally and internationally. If this sounds like you and youd like to be part of the CVCheck team, please simply use the Apply Now option below, including a cover letter in your application. CVCheck is an equal employment opportunity (EEO) employer. Please be advised that the opportunities available are open to all individuals with valid rights to work in Australia. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, colour, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. Please note that we will respond only to those applicants with relevant skills and experience, but would like to thank all applicants in advance for applying to CV Check.

Osborne St, Washington, WV 26181, USA


Graduate Accountant

Due to the continued success and growth at Ahrens, we are excited to be seeking an additional Graduate Accountant to join our Finance team. This rare opportunity presents itself for a recent or near graduate to start their career in the chosen field and will be a perfect opportunity for an entry level candidate. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following, but not limited to Knowledge of general accounting procedures and practices including preparation of balance sheet, profit and loss, trial balance and general ledger reports Accurate processing of journals to both project and general ledgers Liaise with Project Managers to ensure smooth and timely profit forecasting Assist with preparation of end of month reporting packs and reports Preparation of monthly PL variance analysis Analysis and preparation of monthly balance sheet reconciliations Maintenance of the fixed asset register and CAPEX requests Assistance with the annual budget preparation Assist in the interim and year-end audit process and Assist in the preparation of FBT return. To be successful in this role we are looking for someone with the below qualifications and skills Completed a degree in a Bachelor of Commerce (or other relevant field) or working towards completion High proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel) Attention to detail Solutions focused mindset Strong written and verbal communication skills and Commitment to process improvement. The successful candidate will be a hands-on person with the ability to work cohesively within a small dedicated team. You will possess strong problem solving skills and the ability to use your initiative. This is an exciting opportunity to join Ahrens and be part of our growing national business. This is a permanent full-time position and provides an innovative, challenging and rewarding working environment located at our head office at Kingsford, 10 minutes from Gawler and the opportunity to join our growing business during this exciting time. To apply please click Apply Now to submit your updated resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and experience by 29th June 2018. For further information please contact Natalie Morgan on 08 8521 0084 See Job Description

Adelaide SA 5118, Australia


Business Finance Partnering Manager

Broadspectrum is an operations, maintenance and construction services organisation, operating globally in the resources, energy, industrial, infrastructure, rail, property and defence sectors. This is a diverse and growing business offering the training, opportunities and support you need to begin and build a successful career. About the role Reporting into the Senior Finance Manager you will be responsible for providing financial advice, support and analysis for a number of our key contracts within the QLD Oil and Gas portfolio. As a business partner you will actively engage with senior stakeholders and play a key role in the ongoing and future success of the business. Key responsibilities will include Take ownership of the full scope of contract finance function Assess the financial impact of contract variations tenders, changes in contract delivery strategy and investment CAPEX Model contract value drivers, financial risk opportunity in order to provide timely advice to optimise financial performance. Act as the primary finance contact for all stakeholders, including client interfaces as required Manage, with the support of the contract finance managers, the preparation of budgeting and forecasting requirements Support the Senior Finance Manager and bid team with financial modelling requirements for new opportunities, investment business cases and contract margin improvement initiatives, and also provide financial, commercial and risk input into the relevant process Support the Senior Finance Manager in the identification, development and execution of process improvement projects, contract remediation plans and margin improvement projects Identify key contract drivers and assist in development of financial and operational KPIs at contract as well as the consolidated business unit level Active involvement in contract transitions within the contract portfolio to ensure new contracts are ready for operations Skills Experience The successful candidate will be able to build strong relationships and networks across the business with the ability to work collaboratively across a complex environment. You will be resilient, adaptable and someone who is comfortable making decisions and taking the initiative. Other key attributes that were looking for include Degree in Accounting , Commerce or a related discipline Member of a professional Accounting body Excellent communicator at all levels and strong management and organisational skills Occasional travel into regional QLD and interstate as required Benefits This is an excellent opportunity to work with a talented and high performing team in QLD whereby you will be exposed to some of our most prestigious and high performing contracts across our organisation. This is highly regarded role in our organisation as it will play a key role in the ongoing and long-term success. We acknowledge the importance of our people™s diverse experiences, talents and cultures that they bring to work with them each day. Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion is a key component of our Talent Management Strategy. The creation of a Diverse and Inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success, creating a high-performance business. Position Reference Number 97417

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


Finance Analysts

Premcar is a world leader in advanced technology. Premcar works with a number of different vehicle manufacturers across the Asia Pacific region to deliver exciting engineering programs. Recently, Premcar have formed a partnership with one of the worlds largest engineering consultancies, RLE International. This collaboration has resulted in a number of new opportunities for high quality candidates to work within the Premcar and RLE International Australia businesses. We are currently seeking experienced professionals to fill challenging roles in Melbourne, Lara and Geelong, Victoria. We are seeking candidates with skills in the following areas Finance Analyst to manage and deliver regional budgets for an engineering team in an automotive product development environment manage material costs and investing reporting for programs provide financial analysis to support cross functional analysis including Purchasing, Finance, Cost Estimating and Engineering To be successful you will demonstrate at least 3-5 years experience, be a self starter with strong verbal and communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Access PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT RE-APPLY CANDIDATES TO HAVE ENTITLEMENT TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA Please send your resume and short cover letter to jjovanovskipremcar.com referencing the position above

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Senior Accountant

We have a great workplace culture with a fantastic team that is fun, flexible and family friendly. We pride ourselves on the service that we provide to our clients. We are looking for a qualified CACPA with minimum 7 years experience who is able to administer a complete range of services (inclusive of public accounting, taxation and business advisory services) to SME™s. We are seeking an experienced and proactive accountant who wishes to further develop and expand their career. The key responsibility of this role is based on engaging and building long term relationships with our clients, whilst working closely with the Partners. This role reports to Partners, main tasks include but not limited to Excellent communication skills to be actively involved with clients. You will be responsible for running your own client base with a client facing approach. Mandatory to this role is the ability to prepare financial statements and all taxation compliance requirements to completion including consideration and application of appropriate tax strategies. Ability to complete the required tax reporting in a timely manner and evaluate financial performance by gathering, analysing, summarising and interpreting data. Ability to demonstrate extensive knowledge of general accounting principles. You must be self-driven to learn and develop your career in public practice. Exposure to all different entities, as well as differing sizes Ability to work within as well as manage a team of accountants. The ability to manage individual workloads time frames. Salaries offered are very attractive and will be based around the relevant level of experience of applicants.With a fantastic office culture, this is an amazing opportunity for the ideal candidate to build a long-term career.

North Bendigo VIC, Australia


Bookkeeper

About the business Beachside Plumbing Group Pty Ltd are a national plumbing and trades management business that is based in Braeside, Melbourne employing approximately 20 staff and 40 sub-contractors around Australia. About the role A role is available for a part time bookkeeper who will be working in the areas of accounts payable, managing accounts receivable, managing debtors, data entry, and ad hoc duties. Benefits and perks The role would be an exciting challenge working within our accounts team and reporting to our Company Accountant. The position will be for a permanent part time person to work approximately 2-3 days per week. School hours could be negotiated. Skills and experience Applicants must be Myob (Cloud version) proficient. Experience working within the plumbing industry would be an advantage, but not a prerequisite.

Lower Dandenong Rd, Parkdale VIC 3195, Australia


Bookkeeper

To be successful in this role you need to be a self-starter with initiative to ask questions and work well towards deadlines. Our key criteria is as follows Certificate IV in Bookkeeping. A minimum 3 years™ experience in a similar role. Strong attention to detail. Ability to work autonomously part of a team. Excellent communication interpersonal skills (both written and verbal). Be highly self-motivated. This role reports to Senior Staff, main tasks include but not limited to Complete client payroll, super payments and bookkeeping work as needed incorporating monthly and quarterly reconciliations. Processing and coding client work within various software packages. Preparing and processing BAS and IAS for review. Assisting clients with queries related to the use of software. Salaries offered are very attractive and will be based around the relevant level of experience of applicants. We also offer excellent work life balance and are open to this position being tailored to the appropriate applicants needs.

North Bendigo VIC, Australia


Finance & Administration Manager

Xn protel Systems Group is a leading global hotel technology solutions provider with over 100 staff across 15 locations worldwide. In Australia we employ staff in Melbourne and Sydney that provide software and technology services to hotels, resorts, serviced apartment groups and spas across Australia, New Zealand and Pacific. With a country HQ based on St Kilda Road Melbourne, we seek a Full Time Finance Administration Manager for our AustralianNew Zealand operations. The successful candidate will be a great all-rounder with ample experience in both accounting bookkeeping, and also administration of customer projects contracts and general business logistics. You will need to have demonstrated a minimum of 3 years experience in commercial operations bookkeeping and accounting practices as well as a proven track record in delivering same in similar past roles. Your past experience in administration of customer management and delivery ranging from project logistics (travel, billing, etc) to contracts maintenance will be highly regarded. Main Accounts Bookkeeping duties include General bookkeeping tasks, including all Accounts Receivable and all Accounts Payable and General Ledger journals Inter and intra company billing and contra accounting Constant and recurring billing and invoicing of customers both domestically and internationally Process payroll and wages monthly Ensure timely calculation, lodge and pay superannuation, IAS and BAS Maximize collections of Accounts Receivable debtors management for efficient cash flow Invoice customers for travel and project-related expenses Perform bank reconciliation for multiple bank accounts in AUD and USD Reconciliation of customer maintenance and recurring charges schedules monthly and quarterly Maintain government grant and similar schemes Issue purchase orders to vendors Other accounting duties and familiarity with some state and federal taxation regulations Intermediate to advanced skills and experience with the NetSuite financial system is highly regarded. The ideal candidate must also have intermediate to advanced skills in using Microsoft Excel for maintaining spread sheeting and reconciliations. Main Administration duties include Monthly staff expense collation and processing Generate and issue customer contracts (master agreements and support agreements) Book staff travel according to schedules and projects General administrative tasks for the Company, the Managing Director and support of the team in general General office management tasks The ideal candidate will maintain good communications by using all tools necessary among staff, vendors and customers to ensure smooth delivery of projects and ongoing customer service. You will evolve, enhance and own this position, shaping it to improve function, efficiency and operational processes. The successful applicant will posses a friendly professional interpersonal and phone manner, be an excellent verbal and written communicator and have an eye for detail. Reporting to the Managing Director of AustraliaNew Zealand, you be a self starter, high achiever, well organised and highly motivated and possess a proven track record in the fields of both accounting bookkeeping and administration. You will have unlimited energy and will power to become the best in the business. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


Special Projects Accountant

Super Gardens is Victoria™s longest standing Commercial Grounds Maintenance, Landscape Construction and Turf Management specialists, servicing a diverse range of clients in Australia for over 28 years. Our strategy is for continued growth with both existing clients and new business, these include a range of high profile clients including residential estate developers, schools, councils, universities and high profile private clients. Due to this growth and changes within the existing team, we have a newly created opportunity for an Accountant, experienced in delivering finance and system related projects to join the team. The Special Projects Accountant position is accountable for the design and implementation of financeaccounting related projects (e.g. payroll, time recording, fixed assets register, cost estimating schedules). You will work closely with Payroll, HR and operations staff initially to finalise PayrollHR Management Systems Requirements Report, reviewing our current approach to payroll processing, time recording and HR recording and management. Using the Management Systems Requirements Report, you will Go to market Shortlist suppliers Recommend selection and Manage system implementation and training When the new PayrollHR Management system has been implemented and operationally sound, you will commence a similar approach to the implementation of a Fixed Assets System. In addition, as part of the team, you will provide back-up and relief work for other finance and accounting staff (General Ledger and management reporting, Accounts PayableReceivable). A bachelors degree in businessaccounting with detailed knowledge of systems implementation and Advanced MS Excel skills including V lookups and pivot tables is essential. You will have sound communication and writing skills and extensive experience in finance, accounting and payroll, utilising varied ERP and accounting systems. If you are looking for a different, challenging and varied role, with less focus on transactional accounting and more emphasis on financial systems improvement then this is the one for you Long term career development, a growing and dynamic business and great working environment are all part of it

Waverley Park Dr, Mulgrave VIC 3170, Australia


Finance Analyst

To be considered for this role, you will be CACPA qualified with 4 - 7 years relevant experience Reporting to the Head of FPA, your key duties will include....

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Project Analyst

The Financial Project Analyst will be focused on supporting Project Managers and Foremen in financial project planning and implementation, accurate and current...

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Graduate Financial Accountant - Mulgrave

WHO ARE WE? At City we know that œOur People are the Soul of our City and we are passionate about providing our partners with world class Facilities Management services. We offer a wide range of opportunities in a culture where team members work together to provide great outcomes to our partner”Target. We are now seeking a Graduate Financial Accountant to join our team on a permanent basis. Your key responsibilities will include Support management of debtors and accounts receivable functions Ensure all month-end reporting requirements, processes and deadlines are met Analyse data prepare reports to meet internalexternal requirements Account reconciliations are carried out within set timescales and managed reported as appropriate Ensure compliance and integrity in all reportinginformation To be considered for this role you will behave A Degree in Accounting or similar qualification from a recognised university Intermediate to advance skills in excel and other office products Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy Good verbal and written communication skills Proven organisational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks Ability to work independently and liaise with Senior Management City is an Equal Opportunity Employer who supports and encourages the diverse needs of each individual Team Member. We provide a challenging and rewarding environment with ongoing professional development for all of our Team Members. If you would like the opportunity to be part of a growing Australian Facilities Management business, we would love to hear from you. City does not accept any unsolicited resume referrals from Recruitment Agencies. City will not pay any placement fees relating to unsolicited resume referrals. Please submit a covering letter and your resume today quoting reference number 6002

Waverley Park Dr, Mulgrave VIC 3170, Australia


Accountant

Chartered Accounting Firm in Parramatta seeks the services of a Junior Accountant with at least 12 months experience in a Public Accounting Firm. Successful applicant must be self motivated, able to prepare Taxation returns, Accounts, BAS and FBT to completion with limited supervision. Remuneration Package is negotiable. Please email resume to Kirstieasue-co.com.au

N Rocks Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


Senior Payroll Officer

Diabetes Victoria is the leading charity and peak consumer body working to reduce the impact of diabetes in the Victorian community. We work to support, empower and campaign for all people with type 1, type 2 or gestational diabetes, as well as those at risk. By becoming a part of the Diabetes Victoria family, you will be assisting those affected by what has now become our nation™s fastest growing epidemic. The role of Senior Payroll Officer is a pivotal part of our Human Resources team who works to ensure the smooth, accurate and timely processing of fortnightly payroll for approximately 150 staff members and other related fortnightly, monthly and yearly reporting and administration. Key responsibilities of the role include End to end processing of fortnightly payroll and associated payroll reporting Reconciliation of payroll ledger, PAYG, wages clearing and finance journals Month end and end of year processing Salary packaging administration and reporting WorkCover Insurance Premium Summary and Rateable remuneration reports for WorkCover Insurance calculation Drafting of employee requested letters (pay requests, statements of earnings etc), Centrelink and other Government forms Complete and submit remuneration spreadsheet to Diabetes Victoria™s Insurer and Manage all Diabetes Victoria WorkCover claims including processing of paperwork, payments, liaising with insurers and injured employees The successful candidate will have Demonstrated experience in a similar role ADP PayForce payroll system (or similar) experience Up to date knowledge of relevant legislation in areas including but not limited to taxation, FBT, WorkCover and superannuation and The ability to interpret Awards and other employment instruments. You will be extremely organised, able to maintain confidentially, have excellent attention to detail and customer service skills. An appreciation for the health or not for profit sector would be highly regarded. Diabetes Victoria staff enjoy the benefits of a well-developed Health Wellbeing program, a convenient city fringe location, not-for-profit salary packaging options and more If you have the experience and are enthusiastic about using your skills to make a difference to the lives of Victorians affected by diabetes, then apply now A position description is available from www.diabetesvic.org.au. For queries please call Lynsey Walker on 03 9667 1705. Applications should be sent to recruitmentdiabetesvic.org.au by Sunday 1 July. Diabetes Victoria promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability. We take our commitment to child safety standards seriously and abide by legislative requirements at all times. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for all positions at Diabetes Victoria. No agency applications please.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Finance & Administration Manager

About the business Dream Doors is an international franchise group, specialising in kitchen renovations. Our Amazing Kitchen Facelift entails changing surfaces such as doors, benchtops, splashbacks and more to create our customers Dream Kitchen, without the cost and hassle of a brand-new kitchen About the role This position exists with Australias top performing franchise, looking after the Northern Beaches, Inner West sections of the City North Shore. Working alongside the Director of Operations, you will be responsible for managing the finance and administration aspects of the business, as well as contributing to a great customer service experience for our customers. We have a team of 8, including the two directors who work actively in the business. We are passionate about providing a great workplace for our team, where each member is highly valued and rewarded where possible. The tasks that this role encompasses are Accounts Receivable preparing customer invoices, reconciling payments and communicating with customers on payments received andor due. Accounts Payable entering invoices, preparing payments to suppliers, reconciling accounts and document management Payroll Financial Reporting Preparing financial reports using both Xero, Excel and external databases Dairy Management for sales team Answering incoming enquiries, and booking appointments for new visits Coordination of Office Facilities and Supplies Updating and maintaining Sales Marketing databases PA Support to 2 Directors Benefits and perks Close to public transport, with buses at the door On street parking available Good company culture, working within a close-knit team of 8 colleagues Highest performing franchise globally, with our team possessing a high desire to be successful within their own role, as well as driving business progress Discretionary bonuses awarded for high individual and team performance Skills and experience The successful applicant will have Previous experience Processing both Accounts Payable Receivable Working in reception or customer service, demonstrating an exceptional phone manner, personal presentation and customer service skills Coordinating Office Facilities including stationery ordering, keeping stock of staff facilities such as tea and coffee and maintaining presentation of the showroom and the office. High attention to detail, with the ability to employ checks and measures to ensure accuracy of work completed. Ability to work will in a small team environment, as well as being able to work alone at times whilst other team members are out of the office. Intermediate to advanced Excel skills Strong computer skills, including the ability to resolve IT issues that arise (example troubleshoot problems with team members computers and internet connectivity) Ability to employ critical thinking skills when problems arise Ability to work independently Previous experience using Xero and or Mac OR experience in construction or service-based industries are highly desirable. You may already be working in a similar role or perhaps you are looking for a change? If this sounds like you and youre keen to learn more, please send your CV with a cover letter to Bree Morris at breedreamdoors.com.au

Castle Cove Dr, Castle Cove NSW 2069, Australia


Influential Financial Controller - Relocate to New Zealand

Commercially astute Finance Leaders with exceptional influencing skills effect enterprise wide enhancements. Have you enabled performance improvement and been part of a œgood to great journey beyond the immediacy of your team? Stand with us “ for New Zealand. Transpower connects New Zealanders to their power system, through safe, smart solutions for today and tomorrow. The power behind our business is our people who plan, build and operate the high voltage electricity transmission system that powers the country and our lives. As discussed in Transmission Tomorrow and our recent white paper Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures, addressing climate change and meeting New Zealand™s Paris Agreement commitments requires our electricity system to begin planning and adapting for the future needs of our country today. Working alongside our executive leadership team and CFO in Wellington, as our Financial Controller you will enjoy significant autonomy leading and inspiring a well-established Finance Operations team. The team is responsible for the control, maintenance and reporting of Transpower™s financial transactions ensuring all processes meet statutory, regulatory, tax, audit, and accounting standards. Working collaboratively with divisional and departmental leaders and closely with the Head of Enterprise Performance and Insights, you will provide thought leadership to drive improved commercial performance, business understanding and robust governance. You will support and liaise with Senior Managers to provide advice on financial issues and policy. A real passion for improving outputs through financial intelligence, well-developed people skills, tenacity, and commercial acumen will enable you to Lead your well-established finance team ~ 19 including 4 direct reports to enable best practice financial analysis and a continuous improvement culture Enable data infrastructure which provides easy access to relevant financial information Collaborate across the organisation, driving commercial performance improvement and astute decision making Provide key information for our General Managers, the Board, and your highly motivated and engaged peers in Corporate Services Champion operational and strategic projects and work with us to consider the appropriate long-term investments for New Zealand We are looking for an articulate, IT savvy, commercially astute, and change agile leader with innate people and influencing skills. You are a trusted partner who can help us achieve our strategic goals. To be considered your application and career to date will demonstrate Substantial experience in Finance Leadership within a large complex organisation Proven experience leading and managing a high performing team Credibility when fronting at BoardAudit and Finance Committee level Strong commercial acumen and demonstrated ability to achieve improved commercial results Exceptional communication and presentation skills - verbal, written and the ability to engage and influence varied stakeholders of all levels A tertiary qualification as an Accountant with CA membership of ICANZ (or its equivalent). While not essential, experience in a regulated business environment will be well regarded. Why work for Transpower? We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. Looking after our people is important to us. Thats why when you join us youll have access to a range of health and wellness benefits and enjoy a stimulating, flexible and family friendly working environment. As part of your journey to becoming a CFO, take ownership of this challenging and rewarding role in an exciting and ever evolving sector. Please review the position description available on our careers website httpswww.transpower.co.nzabout-uscareers and apply without delay. You will also be interested to review Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures and httpswww.transpower.co.nzkeeping-you-connectedinvestorsreports-and-reviews Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Role closes Sunday 24th June 2018.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Influential Financial Controller - Relocate to New Zealand

Commercially astute Finance Leaders with exceptional influencing skills effect enterprise wide enhancements. Have you enabled performance improvement and been part of a œgood to great journey beyond the immediacy of your team? Stand with us “ for New Zealand. Transpower connects New Zealanders to their power system, through safe, smart solutions for today and tomorrow. The power behind our business is our people who plan, build and operate the high voltage electricity transmission system that powers the country and our lives. As discussed in Transmission Tomorrow and our recent white paper Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures, addressing climate change and meeting New Zealand™s Paris Agreement commitments requires our electricity system to begin planning and adapting for the future needs of our country today. Working alongside our executive leadership team and CFO in Wellington, as our Financial Controller you will enjoy significant autonomy leading and inspiring a well-established Finance Operations team. The team is responsible for the control, maintenance and reporting of Transpower™s financial transactions ensuring all processes meet statutory, regulatory, tax, audit, and accounting standards. Working collaboratively with divisional and departmental leaders and closely with the Head of Enterprise Performance and Insights, you will provide thought leadership to drive improved commercial performance, business understanding and robust governance. You will support and liaise with Senior Managers to provide advice on financial issues and policy. A real passion for improving outputs through financial intelligence, well-developed people skills, tenacity, and commercial acumen will enable you to Lead your well-established finance team ~ 19 including 4 direct reports to enable best practice financial analysis and a continuous improvement culture Enable data infrastructure which provides easy access to relevant financial information Collaborate across the organisation, driving commercial performance improvement and astute decision making Provide key information for our General Managers, the Board, and your highly motivated and engaged peers in Corporate Services Champion operational and strategic projects and work with us to consider the appropriate long-term investments for New Zealand We are looking for an articulate, IT savvy, commercially astute, and change agile leader with innate people and influencing skills. You are a trusted partner who can help us achieve our strategic goals. To be considered your application and career to date will demonstrate Substantial experience in Finance Leadership within a large complex organisation Proven experience leading and managing a high performing team Credibility when fronting at BoardAudit and Finance Committee level Strong commercial acumen and demonstrated ability to achieve improved commercial results Exceptional communication and presentation skills - verbal, written and the ability to engage and influence varied stakeholders of all levels A tertiary qualification as an Accountant with CA membership of ICANZ (or its equivalent). While not essential, experience in a regulated business environment will be well regarded. Why work for Transpower? We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. Looking after our people is important to us. Thats why when you join us youll have access to a range of health and wellness benefits and enjoy a stimulating, flexible and family friendly working environment. As part of your journey to becoming a CFO, take ownership of this challenging and rewarding role in an exciting and ever evolving sector. Please review the position description available on our careers website httpswww.transpower.co.nzabout-uscareers and apply without delay. You will also be interested to review Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures and httpswww.transpower.co.nzkeeping-you-connectedinvestorsreports-and-reviews Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Role closes Sunday 24th June 2018.

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


Influential Financial Controller - Relocate to New Zealand

Commercially astute Finance Leaders with exceptional influencing skills effect enterprise wide enhancements. Have you enabled performance improvement and been part of a œgood to great journey beyond the immediacy of your team? Stand with us “ for New Zealand. Transpower connects New Zealanders to their power system, through safe, smart solutions for today and tomorrow. The power behind our business is our people who plan, build and operate the high voltage electricity transmission system that powers the country and our lives. As discussed in Transmission Tomorrow and our recent white paper Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures, addressing climate change and meeting New Zealand™s Paris Agreement commitments requires our electricity system to begin planning and adapting for the future needs of our country today. Working alongside our executive leadership team and CFO in Wellington, as our Financial Controller you will enjoy significant autonomy leading and inspiring a well-established Finance Operations team. The team is responsible for the control, maintenance and reporting of Transpower™s financial transactions ensuring all processes meet statutory, regulatory, tax, audit, and accounting standards. Working collaboratively with divisional and departmental leaders and closely with the Head of Enterprise Performance and Insights, you will provide thought leadership to drive improved commercial performance, business understanding and robust governance. You will support and liaise with Senior Managers to provide advice on financial issues and policy. A real passion for improving outputs through financial intelligence, well-developed people skills, tenacity, and commercial acumen will enable you to Lead your well-established finance team ~ 19 including 4 direct reports to enable best practice financial analysis and a continuous improvement culture Enable data infrastructure which provides easy access to relevant financial information Collaborate across the organisation, driving commercial performance improvement and astute decision making Provide key information for our General Managers, the Board, and your highly motivated and engaged peers in Corporate Services Champion operational and strategic projects and work with us to consider the appropriate long-term investments for New Zealand We are looking for an articulate, IT savvy, commercially astute, and change agile leader with innate people and influencing skills. You are a trusted partner who can help us achieve our strategic goals. To be considered your application and career to date will demonstrate Substantial experience in Finance Leadership within a large complex organisation Proven experience leading and managing a high performing team Credibility when fronting at BoardAudit and Finance Committee level Strong commercial acumen and demonstrated ability to achieve improved commercial results Exceptional communication and presentation skills - verbal, written and the ability to engage and influence varied stakeholders of all levels A tertiary qualification as an Accountant with CA membership of ICANZ (or its equivalent). While not essential, experience in a regulated business environment will be well regarded. Why work for Transpower? We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. Looking after our people is important to us. Thats why when you join us youll have access to a range of health and wellness benefits and enjoy a stimulating, flexible and family friendly working environment. As part of your journey to becoming a CFO, take ownership of this challenging and rewarding role in an exciting and ever evolving sector. Please review the position description available on our careers website httpswww.transpower.co.nzabout-uscareers and apply without delay. You will also be interested to review Te Mauri Hiko “ Energy Futures and httpswww.transpower.co.nzkeeping-you-connectedinvestorsreports-and-reviews Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Role closes Sunday 24th June 2018.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Management Accountant - Fleet & Assets

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT “ FLEET ASSETS TIWI ISLANDS REGIONAL COUNCIL The Tiwi Islands are located 80km north of Darwin in the beautiful Arafura Sea. There are two islands, Bathurst and Melville with a total land mass of 832sq km. The islands are home to the Tiwi people, who have a strong affiliation with their land, a distinctive culture and language. There are school and medical facilities on the islands, with regular plane, passenger ferry and barge services operation to Darwin. POSITION PURPOSE Based in Darwin (with a move to the Tiwi Islands early 2019), this Management Accountant “ Fleet Assets position will be responsible for the management of accounts as directed by the Finance Manager and also for developing and delivering financial training via a series of workshops in the following areas to Local Authority members - Financial Reports, Interpreting Financial Reports, Budget Analysis, Project Management, Develop KPIs for Community Priorities and Monitor KPIs on a Regional Authority Basis. The successful applicant will also be involved in developing new reports in TechOne financial system. OBJECTIVES OF THE POSITION To be a lead change agent at Tiwi Islands Regional Council that values innovation and agility. To ensure priority is given to accurate and timely reporting of the Regional Council™s financial performance to the Regional Council and external regulatory organizations (e.g. ATO etc) fully utilising the corporate finance system. Build a high performing customer focussed Finance team that ensures Council meet its targets and deadlines. Support and guide Managers on financial issues relating to their Business Unit with a strong emphasis on contemporary best practice. SELECTION CRITERIA Essential Tertiary qualification(s) and previous experience in accounting, finance or equivalent Member of the Australian Society of CPAs or Institute of Chartered Accountants Demonstrated ability to contribute to innovative approaches to service delivery, review, enhancement and implementation of procedures and systems and improving reporting practices Experience in training, motivating staff and implementing changes in financial reporting systems. Experience related to development of asset financial operational plans and implementation phases Proven ability to transform an asset and fleet replacement program through a thorough planning and scheduling approach. Demonstrated ability to write and present reports on accounting and finance matters as well as the preparation of routine correspondence. Able to move to the Tiwi Islands in early 2019. Full working rights in Australia. Desirable Prior experience with the TechnologyOne Financials ERP system or equivalent. Current Australian Driver™s Licence and the ability to travel across the Tiwi Islands as required An awareness of issues effecting Aboriginal people in remote locations and ability to operate effectively in a cross-cultural environment APPLICATION PROCESS For a confidential discussion and a copy of the Position Description please contact the Human Resources Manager at the Tiwi Islands Regional Council on 0488 155 863. You can also visit httptiwiislands.org.au to learn more about the Tiwi Islands and the Council. Your application will be required to include a current CV, cover letter and a written response addressing your ability to meet the selection criteria (as referenced in the Position Description). Please submit your application to recruitmenttiwiislands.nt.gov.au. Applications close 5.00pm 13 July 2018

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


Group Accountant (part time)

This position is responsible for managing a range of accounting and business processes for a group of related entities in the agribusiness and farm equipment sector. This includes accounts processing, profit loss reporting, tax and regulatory compliance, payroll administration and importexport logistics. Based in our office in Mount Waverley, Victoria, this role requires 24-32 hours per week, which can be scheduled flexibly, including the option to work from home (accounts are prepared in Xero online). This role is ideally suited to an experienced candidate seeking to participate in the workforce on a part time basis, working around family commitments or other constraints. Responsibilities Primary Responsibilities. Administer and prepare company accounts. Control accounting functions including reconciliations, payables, receivables, BAS, PL and cashflow reporting. Administer payroll records including leave, superannuation and other statutory requirements. Provide importexport finance and logistics administration. Provide financial management support to the company Directors Secondary Responsibilities Assist with the definition and continuous improvement of processes and company policies. Technical Skills Required Degree or equivalent in Accounting. CA CPA not required but will be an advantage. Minimum 3 years experience in a professional accounting role. Computer literacy, including advanced proficiency in the operation of the following software packages Microsoft Windows Office Xero Personal Attributes Required Excellent written and verbal communication. Strong customer focus customer service skills. Excellent personal organisation. Ability to innovate when solving problems. Ability to manage work stress and pressure. Excellent interpersonal skills and strong ability to work within a team. Ability to work un-supervised and fulfil requirements without prompting. Strong sense of personal integrity. Personal presentation to a professional standard A positive, energetic attitude to work life.

Mount Waverley Reserve, Mount Waverley VIC 3149, Australia