Cochlear is the global market leader in implant hearing solutions and is a top 100 company on the ASX. Cochlears mission is to help people hear and be heard. Around the world, more people chose a Cochlear-branded hearing implant system than any other. Our employees tell us that the number one reason they enjoy working for Cochlear is the opportunity to make a difference to peoples lives. Learn and grow with us as we tackle the most complex challenges in helping people to Hear Now. And Always. We have a new, permanent opportunity available at Cochlear for a career-focused IT Business Analyst. The purpose of the role is to partner with the business to proactively investigate and propose process and efficiency improvements to document business requirements and help define concepts and build business cases. Working within a highly regarded and experienced team, you will be responsible for Contributing to Concept and Business Case creation for projects Project Execution Assisting in requirements gathering and clarification on Enhancements Key requirements Minimum Bachelor degrees in Business, Commerce, Computing or Engineering Working knowledge of BABOK Solid experience working in a mix of technology environments, Experience with ERP systems with a Finance andor Human Resource focus Demonstrated experience in identifying, researching, evaluating and recommending new solutions Strong business analysis background, with an ability to grasp the big picture Project planning and specification skills, together with problem solving and analysis Excellent communication and influencing skills High energy, motivated performer High standards to deliver excellence Demonstrated critical thinking Ideal Post Graduate qualification Undertaking Business Analysis Professional certification such as CBAP Knowledge of the HealthcareMedical Devices industry preferably incorporating integrated digital platforms including e-commerce Experience working with a virtual team Experience working with diverse stakeholder at all level Experience developing and implementing processes Development Value of this role Opportunity to work with a global organisation spanning sales in over 100 countries, with operations teams based in the United States, throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Opportunity to work with the business to gain exposure to business processes and facilitate the improvement of business processes globally Take the first step towards a career with Cochlear. A career you can be proud of. Apply online today.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Accountant - Full-time An outstanding opportunity to join a dynamic ASX Listed Company as part of our Finance team supporting the CFO in their role. This position is highly diverse and we are looking for a candidate to take ownership of this role and become an integral part of the business. The successful candidate will have at least 2 years experience and being proficient with XERO is highly regarded. Your duties will include (but not limited to) - Managing Accounts Payable Receivable - Payroll - Reconciling Bank Accounts - Month End Reconciliations - Preparation of Management Reports To be considered for this role you will need to be able to demonstrate the following- - Degree qualified with a discipline in Accounting - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Ability to work autonomously and in a team - Real Estate or Property experience is desirable but not essential This role is challenging and will require a dedicated individual with a strong self-initiative and desire to grow and be successful in their career. if this sounds like you, please send through your resumecurriculum vitae. All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
There has never been a more exciting time to join nib Due to unprecedented growth both domestically and internationally, our finance team are transforming towards a more efficient way of supporting our rapidly expanding business. As such, an opportunity exists for a Taxation Accountant to support the Taxation Manager “ Australian Compliance in ensuring the nib Group™s Australian direct and indirect tax compliance responsibilities are met, whilst continuously improving tax related compliance practices. This role will also see you support and assist the Taxation Manager “ Projects International. This role presents a unique opportunity to work for an ASX 200 listed organisation, with an international footprint balanced by the relaxed lifestyle that Newcastle affords. What you™ll do The primary focus of this role will see you working across a broad range of tax compliance tasks spanning company taxes, GST, FBT and withholding taxes in preparation of monthly filings to relevant tax authorities. You will also provide support on Transfer Pricing, RD and CFC reporting as required. On a quarterly, half year and full year basis, you will assist in the review of tax effect accounting calculations in conjunction with the Group Accounting Team. You will add value through the review of business processes in light of tax legislation changes and play a key role in enhancing existing tax knowledge across the nib Group, reducing reliance on external advisors. About you You will possess demonstrated experience in a similar role within Taxation Accounting in either a commercial environment or chartered firm, coupled with a CA or CPA qualification. Your existing experience will afford you the ability to be able to identify and manage tax risks and impacts on business operations. Your exposure in dealing with a variety of different taxes, experience in the preparation and review of tax effect accounting schedules, along with proven experience to ERP systems such as Technology One, will see you well placed for success in this role. Want to join our team? Apply by submitting your resume and a cover letter telling us a little more about you. nib is an EEO employer and promotes diversity in the work place.
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
About you You™ve been working in Australian public practice for 3 to 5 years, and perhaps you™re looking for a new, more challenging role. It™s important to us that you are wanting to chase your CA dream after completing your Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Commerce or similar. We need you to be energetic, have a keen eye for detail, be willing to embrace challenges and be team oriented. You™re going to be working with a lot of different people (both fellow team members and clients), so being friendly, outgoing and personable are high on our list of people we want to work with. About us We™ve been established since 2001 and have grown to be one of the largest accounting, business services and wealth management firms on the Gold Coast. Our head office is in Southport and another office at Tweed Heads. We are proud that we have built a firm culture which is not only fun for our team members, but almost as importantly, firmly focused on working with our clients to help them be successful. We also know that the only way this can happen is through having the best people on our team - which is why our Accountants are extremely important to us. We acknowledge that you are our firm™s future leaders and we will support you every step of the way. We are seeking a focused Accountant who is looking for a full-time role, who is willing to show us that you™ll go the extra mile, do that little bit of extra hard work and have the drive and passion to be a successful professional. About the role You™ll report directly to our Practice Principal and use the latest in cloud-based technology to prepare financial reports, income tax returns and business activity statements for a range of clients across a wide range of industries. You will also have the opportunity to assist our advisory team and work on business strategy, structuring, valuations and due diligence for our clients. You™ll quickly find that whilst our clients seek technical excellence, they™ll also want to build professional rapport with you in order to build a long-lasting professional relationship. Your development When you™re an MBA Accountant, you will benefit from our ongoing training program and we™ll help you build on your technical abilities providing you with opportunities to work on your consulting, leadership and management skills. We™ll also support you through your CA studies with additional workshops and training, study leave, payment of course fees, materials and peer mentoring. Through our acquisition and expansion program, you will find yourself being in the perfect place to move into more senior roles, and in the future, leading your own team of accounting or advisory professionals. You must Have a minimum of 3 to 5 years™ experience in Australian Public Practice Have a Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Commerce or similar Be willing to undertake the CA program (if not already commenced or completed) Have the right to work in Australia
Bilambil Heights NSW 2486, Australia
Oreon Partners is a second tier accounting practice bringing together a wealth of expertise of highly experienced and skilled principals. The boutique practice located at Kent Town aims to focus on delivering exceptional advice to loyal clients built on strong relationships. The practice comprises of 5 accounting partners and a financial planning partner, currently servicing a large range of SME clients together with over 50 staff. Reporting directly to one of the Partners, the practice seeks a full time senior business service manager to oversee a diverse group of clients. The role will also require the management of a small team of accountants which would include managing team workflow, fee and KPI budgets as well as managing team WIP and debtors. The applicant must be CPACA qualified with preferably 10 years or more experience in a mid-tier accounting practice and some management experience at any level, senior management experience is not a necessity. To be successful in the role you will need the following Strong skillset of accounting and compliance knowledge with the ability to prepare and review High level of tax knowledge with strength in general tax issues Accounting and bookkeeping software experience including Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks. The ability to assist clients with set up, training and preparation. Experience with cash flow preparation and analysis, general business analysis, tax and business structure, different industries and instructing solicitors. The following attributes are also important to be successful in the role Excellent communication skills Ability to work directly with clients Desire to deliver results to clients and partners Innovative thinking with a positive, can-do attitude High level of motivation with the ability to work autonomously Ability to travel to see regional clients A desire to work in a professional but relaxed workspace with a great culture where you can have fun. Salary and conditions will be negotiable depending on experience. Only applicants with the above qualifications and experience will be considered for the position.
Kent Town SA 5067, Australia
AuMake International Limited is a retail company that listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (AU8). AuMake owns and operates warehouses across several states of Australia, including Perth, WA and Sydney, NSW, as well as eight physical retail stores in Sydney. The company plans to expand our store to at least 20 nationwide by mid-2019. The predominant customer base is Australian daigou and Chinese tourists however anyone can access the product range on offer. Job Responsibilities As the Payroll Officer you will be responsible for end to end high volume processing of company payrolls on a fortnightly basis Full function payroll using the Xero and Time Target system Maintain employees file in Xero Salary sacrificing administration Time and attendance processing Processing redundancy packages and superannuation, workers™ compensation, payroll tax and PAYG Answering payroll queries via phone and email Payroll reporting to meet internal and statutory obligations Reconciliation and payment of payroll and group tax Assist in the development of payroll process documentation and training materials for the business Qualifications Around 1 years™ experience in a full function payroll position Experience with a wide range of payroll tax, EBAs and Awards Strong Excel and numeracy skills Highly developed written and oral communication skills with excellent attention to detail Excellent time management and organisational skills with an ability to meet tight deadlines Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and work autonomously with limited guidance Must have ability to speakreadwrite in MandarinCantonese Only the candidates with Working Visa, Australian PR or Citizenship will be considered.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Skyfield is a wholly Australian-owned investment company with key focus on long-term equity investment in desirable Australian companies. As we strive to be one of the most influential company in the investment industry, its important that we conduct our business to the highest standards and are guided by our philosophy, valuable, inspiration, responsible and team spirit. We typically seek the following Financialï¼š Provide strategic financial management, including tax compliance and capital operation optimization and Provide regular financial reports to the Managing Director and the Boards and Control of the management accounts including performance against budget and projections, for both current and capital expenditure Company Secretaryï¼š Manage the execution of the Company Law Ensure conduct all associated Company Regulations accordingly the Board resolution. If you would like to take up this great opportunity to join our solid and respected team please APPLY NOW. To apply forward your resume to infoskyfield.com.au.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
We require a highly driven Project Accountant to provide Finance support for the Yarra Trams Project, based in East Preston. Reporting to the Commercial Finance Manager - Victoria, this position will form part of the project leadership team and will business partner the Project Manager via strong financial management and business insights. This position will have primary responsibility for the financial management of the Project Forecast Cost At Completion (FCAC) model, profit loss, forecasts and budgets. Key responsibilities Ensure the accuracy of all financial and management reports, providing value-add commentary and analysis Partner with Project Manager and Rail Finance Analyst to ensure project cost sub-category allocations are accurately reflected both in the general ledger (JDE) and Project Dashboards Business partnering with the Project Manager and Commercial Finance Manager - in decision support, planning, operational performance management and formulation, implementation and execution of the project Business Plan Work collaboratively across the wider finance and operations team to determine priorities, manage performance and continuously develop the function Project revenue recognition, project costs, invoicing, aged debtors, the ageing of Work in Progress, project variations and margin management Ensure general compliance with accounting standards, tax laws regulations and all compliance reporting You will have Detailed understanding of project accounting principles and practices 5+ years™ experience, with significant portion in commercial finance roles including budgeting, planning and forecasting Solid project experience with a track record of delivering revenue and cost-out initiatives Previous experience in rail industry, heavy industrial or asset management services preferred Tertiary qualifications in Accounting Finance CA CPA or similar qualification Attractive remuneration of offer for the right candidate
Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia
Internal Review Accountant (Fixed Term until August 2020) Vacancy Reference Number 11527 Salary Range 70,000.42 - 79,532.89 Location Council Chambers, 119-145 Spence Street, Cairns, Qld, 4870 Closing Monday, 9 July 2018 Applications Must be submitted online, applications not addressing the full selection criteria will not be accepted. About the position Cairns Regional Council has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Internal Auditor to join the Finance team on a full time fixed term basis until August 2020. In this role you will undertake management of Council™s Internal Review Framework, including assessing and evaluating control measures that Council has implemented and managing the risks to which the Council™s operations are exposed. You will be making a difference through providing objective feedback and recommendations to Council with a focus on continuous improvement, productivity and efficiency. What youll need to succeed With a solid background in either government or firm accounting experience, you will require a strong ability to be proactive and take on different projects, striving to exceed expectations and deliver positive outcomes. You will be renowned for your exceptional organisational skills, computer proficiency and attention to detail. If you enjoy a real challenge and have an interest in promoting a We are here to help culture within the Finance Department, then this is an opportunity not to be missed. How to Apply Your application must be submitted online and must consist of the following Cover Letter addressing the three main elements as detailed in the full selection criteria of the position description. Copy of your current Resume. Pre-Employment Assessment As part of the selection process, the successful candidate will be required to undertake the following pre-employment assessments a pre-employment medical, which will include a drug and alcohol test. a national policecriminal history check. We offer the following benefits 19 Day Month Roster 5 Weeks Annual Leave 12 Superannuation contribution Annual Leave Loading Subsidised Uniform Allowance Subsidised health and well-being membership (gymswimming pool) On-going opportunities for learning and professional development Enquiries Cairns Regional Council Recruitment Team Ph (07) 4044 3310 Applications Close 09072018
Barron Gorge QLD 4870, Australia
Top of Form THE ULTIMATE LIFESTYLE ROLE Live, work and enjoy the beautiful beachside location and world renowned wineries of South West WA. Located 20 minutes from Dunsborough, Pullman Bunker Bay Resort is nestled on the secluded north facing beachfront of stunning Bunker Bay. The Resort offers 150 luxuriously appointed bungalow style villa™s and award-winning ˜Other Side of the Moon™ Restaurant with alfresco dining, a cosy bar, diverse conferencing facilities and a day spa. The resort is currently seeking a Financial Controller to join their dynamic and professional finance team. Reporting directly to the General Manager, you will be responsible for effective and efficient running of the finance department in the resort, provide proactive business support to the leadership team and work with the GM to achieve set KPI™s. Core responsibilities of the role include Â· Supervise and Develop 2 Direct Reports and provide business support to the resort`s General Manager. Â· Directly responsible for the month end close for the business, quarterly reporting and the preparation of the annual financial statements Â· Preparation of the monthly management reports, including PL, Balance Sheet and Forecasts as well as weekly internal reporting requirements. Â· Preparation of Annual Budgets and be a part of setting the business strategy, in consultation with General Manager. Â· Demonstrate a solid understanding of the months result and future strategy of the business. Â· Liaise with Department Heads as to cost effective measures to enhance their department™s profitability. Â· Liaising with external advisors, including auditors, the strata manager on compliance and commercial issues. Â· Provide support to property GM to ensure continual improvement in Internal Controls, and ensure all Policies and Procedures set by Accor are implemented and operate effectively. To be successful in this role you will have Â· Unlimited working rights in Australia. Â· Relevant Tertiary Qualification Â· Previous experience as a Hotel Financial Controller with High FB turnover. Â· Strong leadership skills and the ability to negotiate and influence. Â· Knowledge and proven experience using excel, SUN Systems and Opera. Â· A high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Â· Authentic customer service, interpersonal communication skills, and be flexible in your approach to resolve issues. In return for your contribution and commitment we will provide a competitive salary package, fantastic career and training opportunities, employee benefits and excellent working conditions with a supportive and fun team. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this role.
Western Australia 6281, Australia
Salvos Legal Maximum Term Full Time Full time, 12 month contract (potential to permanent) Sydney CBD location “ 5 minutes from Town Hall Station NFP - Ability to salary package tax effectively Use your skills to make a difference Salvos Legal is a world first not-for-profit law firm owned and run by The Salvation Army. Specialising in property and transactional commercial work, the difference at Salvos Legal is that the costs paid by those clients for their legal services fund the operation of another firm, Salvos Legal Humanitarian, which operates to provide free legal advice and assistance to those most in need without any fee. Role Overview We are looking for a confident, experienced Management Accountant to join our Finance team based in the heart of Sydney CBD. Reporting to the Finance Manager you will be assisting the Finance Team through timely and accurate budgeting, forecasting, reporting and analysis support. You will provide financial analysis (PL, BS and Cash Flow), strategic and operational information to the business through presentations and reports. In addition to strong judgement and analytical skills this role requires excellent written and verbal communication skills as report writing and interaction with stakeholders play a major part. Attention to detail and excellent Excel skills are also required. As we are a small team you will be involved in all areas of the business to ensure the integrity of the financial system and that our ARAP processes are managed. You will also be involved in maintaining the Trust accounts under the direction of the Finance Manager. The successful applicant will possess Proven experience in a similar position Highly developed communication, analytical and problem solving skills Ability to exercise sound judgement and maintain strict confidentiality High level of attention to detail and sound time management skills Team player with energy, flexibility and integrity Experience Required Tertiary qualification in Economics, Accounting or equivalent experience 24+ months commercial accounting experience (desirable) CACPA qualified (or part qualified) Excellent technical accounting skills and strong MS Excel Experience with a large ERP system If you would like more information please contact Elise Adams on (02) 9466 3025. Applications close 6 July or as soon as a suitable candidate is confirmed. How to Apply - External Applicants 1. Click the Apply Now button 2. Click the Register Apply button to complete the online form and application How to Apply - Current Salvation Army Employees 1. Click the Apply Now button 2. Click Login Apply button 3. If you do not have a password, click the Forgotten password or username link. 4. Enter your payslip email address and follow the prompts (If you experience difficulties, please contact your local HR team.) Enquiries Elise Adams Ph (02) 9466 3025 Applications Close 09072018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
We require a permanent, full-time Finance Manager to help optimise profitability. This role will develop finance processes and provide overall visibility of business performance and deliver insightful information to enhance management decision making. Position Description “ Finance Manager Reporting directly to the General Manager, your duties will include Account department team leader Managing company cash flow All accounting functions for the company and all associated entities Financial management of various related entities Handling bank and solicitor enquiries relating to land purchases and settlements Liaising with ATO and external accountants Dealing with marketers and financiers in relation to build finance matters Checking accuracy of payments amounts for suppliers and subcontractors Determining payment amounts to suppliers depending on cashflow constraints Issuing progress claims and variations to clients Post job cost analysis in conjunction with Estimator Processing payroll and superannuation Management of staff leave records Dealing with insurance issues and claims Dealing with industry body license issues and renewals Petty cash To be successful for the role you will have the following attributes Qualified Accountant with a minimum 2 -3 years post qualification experience Previous experience in a similar role in the building and construction industry will be highly regarded Previous team leadership or management experience Experience using MYOB Databuild is preferable Strong technical skills in MS Office Skills Must have high attention to detail High personal and professional standards Excellent communications skills both written and verbal A dynamic and vibrant approach to work Experience liaising with internal and external parties Excellent analytical and reporting skills Excellent communication skills with the ability to convey complex data in a concise easy to understand way for non-financial managers. Good planning, organizing, and time management skills Perks of the company Great team culture - team lunches + team events Job Offer The successful applicant will join a healthy and profitable business that is continually growing and has a stable market presence. The role will have direct exposure to the General Manager and the Owner of the company, and will help with strategic guidance of the business. You will have the support of a friendly and capable finance and administration team, and the autonomy to shape the finance department.
Brisbane QLD 4500, Australia
The Group Audit Assurance function, of one of Australias leading banks, are looking for an IT Audit Senior Manager to join their Enterprise Services and Projects team. The team is structured as a shared service model to provide a centre of excellence for IT audit, project assurance and data analytics to the BU audit teams. Responsibilities Assist the EM in building a dynamic, risk-based audit plan Team Lead (as required) and deliver effective and efficient assurance of the Enterprise Services, IT portfolio, and overall GA Plan. Supervise and deliver assigned scope areas or audits in line with department expected standards and timeframes. Draft issues and agree factual accuracy and ratings with the customer. Prepare simple, pragmatic and easy to read audit reporting, including audit reports, issue logs, Group Executive reports and inputs into Audit Committee reports. Effectively manage senior stakeholders, timelines and communication. Drive high performance by taking accountability and leading direct reports Requirements 8 years+ in information technologyaudit related areas including IT Application Controls IT architecture and design Software development Information security Identity and access management Technology related to AMLCTF, Fraud, Finance and Risk Degree in Commerce, Business or Tech CISACISMCISSPITIL The Benefits Market leading salary Awesome work life balance Complete autonomy across work Unrivalled access to senior leadership
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Accounting Solutions (Melbourne) is a premier chartered accounting firm comprising a team of technically superior, client-centric professionals with œBig 4 accounting firm experience and capabilities. We specialise in servicing Â· Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) Â· Professionals Â· High net worth individuals and family groups Â· International inbound investors We pride our service on its personalised approach and are committed to providing high-quality, expert accounting and financial solutions. About the Role To support the growth of the company, we are establishing an in-house bookkeeping team to service our extensive client base. Your responsibilities include Processing of financial records End-to-end Accounts Payable and Receivable functions Maintain Fixed Assets Register Payroll functions including computing Leave Entitlements, Superannuation and Payroll Tax Reconciliation of monthly quarterly Management Reports Preparation of Management Reports including Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Depreciation Schedules Preparation of Cashflow and Budgets Preparation of Activity Statements Administering payments of suppliers including setting up batch payments Assist our Accountants with preparation of year-end Financial Statements and Tax Returns and Assist in other office tasks as necessary About You As an ideal candidate, you should have Â· Minimum 2 years experience as a Bookkeeper in an Accounting Practice Â· Solid understanding of financial statements and BAS returns Â· Basic understanding of tax principles Â· Experience in using Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks, Microsoft Excel and Â· Good command of both written and spoken English and Mandarin. To apply for this role, please email your CV to infoaccountingsolutions.melbourne
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Senior Bookkeeper “ Client Focused Business In Mind Providing Bookkeeping Services to Brisbane Clients for the past 20 years We are a dynamic team of professionals providing contract bookkeeping services Please only apply for this role if you have at least 5 years extensive experience using MYOB, Xero or QBO in a small business environment. Only those that meet the criteria will be contacted. About the role Full-Time Flexible working hours and conditions Work as part of a team We are not your typical bookkeeping company You must be comfortable switching between tasks, software and clients every day. Our clients require us to be flexible working onsite andor remotely to meet their ever-changing requirements. Our focus is on providing highly efficient, professional bookkeeping services including data processing, debtor creditor management, payroll, BAS calculations, new file setups and Management Reporting. We are experts in MYOB, Xero QBO plus a select number of add-ons products. We are seeking another experienced, professional and passionate senior bookkeeper to join the Team. Position requirements Minimum 5 years experience using MYOB, Xero or QBO in a small business environment Xero or QBO Certified highly regarded Cert IV in Bookkeeping highly regarded (or willingness to obtain) Excellent customer service skills Located in Brisbane Accountants please note We are looking for Career Bookkeepers. We do not provide accounting or financial advice services. To apply, please forward your resume and covering letter. Successful applicants will be contacted via email or telephone in the first instance and phone interviews held soon after. Only short-listed applicants will be interviewed. Immediate start for the successful applicant.
Brisbane QLD 4120, Australia
YOU WILL BRING Thorough working knowledge of USGAAP Revenue Recognition rules Strong Technical background working with external auditors Bachelor Degree in Accounting (CPA preferred) with over 7 years Finance experience YOUR NEW ROLE Manage contracts to ensure compliance with ASC 606, and other revenue recognition rules as they apply to the business. Support the Business in contract reviews that meet required thresholds for proper revenue recognition. Work with the external auditors on revenue recognition application and testing. Assist in the preparation of financial reporting disclosures THE BENEFITS Work for an industry-leading, global organisation. Free gym facilities on site in Rhodes. Close to public transport. Emphasis on work-life balance. HOW TO APPLY Please apply via the advertisement. Alternatively, email darren.rowleyunisys.com if you have any questions. ABOUT THE COMPANY Unisys is a global information technology company that builds high-performance, security-centric solutions for the most digitally demanding businesses and governments on Earth. Unisys offerings include security software and services digital transformation and workplace services industry applications and services and innovative software operating environments for high-intensity enterprise computing. For more information on how Unisys builds better outcomes securely for its clients across the Government, Financial Services and Commercial markets, visit www.unisys.com.
Liberty Grove NSW 2138, Australia
We are a progressive firm with a focus on the development of our team members, it is important to us to see our people thrive. We take pride in the development of our staff and assisting them to achieve their goals. Our mentoring system will provide the right person with long lasting benefits. We strive for excellence in all that we do and aim to provide our clients with the right mix of accounting, tax, superannuation and planning advice when considering their goals. Our ideal candidate is an individual who is eager to both learn and contribute to our community. Applications are open to individuals who are nearing graduation or have recently completed their accounting degree. Should the successful applicant still be completing their degree we offer flexibility in hours to accommodate those obligations. For those applying for this position, along with your resume, please include your academic transcript, details of accounting packages that you have had exposure to, and a brief statement to Samantha describing your ideal work environment . Applications will not be accepted without the above.
Jolimont Terrace, Jolimont WA 6014, Australia
About the role 1-2 sentences about why the role exists. You might include how the role fits into your company, whether it is full timepart timecontract (and duration), and why a candidate would want to apply. What you would be doing The main things that you would be doing include Develop strategies to increase customer visits and optimise profitability Ensure high levels of customers satisfaction through excellent service Maintain outstanding store presentation and visual merchandising standards Manage stock levels Analyse sales figures and forecast future sales Lead, recruit, train, motivate and coach a high performing team Report on business performance, sales, new initiatives and relevant issues Manage escalations from customers (feedback, complaints) Keep up to date on new products, services industry trends Who we™re looking for We™re looking for candidates with the following skills and experience Experience in a similar role Strong leadership skills Excellent customer service skills Motivated and with a positive attitude Good decision-making and commercial savvy Why apply? Reasons why we think this is a great role include Competitive salary Product allowance Opportunities for growth and career progression Join a dynamic and supportive team About the company Give a brief overview of your company including what it does, any unique aspects about the culture and why it™s a great place to work etc.
Audley Rd, Royal National Park NSW 2232, Australia
APS6 Systems Accountant 77,950.00 to 89,275pa plus 15.4 superannuation May be located in Sydney or Brisbane We are looking for an experienced accountant who has a strong interest in accounting procedures and systems improvement, to join our Finance Services section. Our section is diverse and has responsibility for internal audits, internal and external reporting, transactional processing as well as the development of budgets and forecasts. We are committed to continuous improvement and enhancing our systems for the end user. The Systems Accountant will have a pivotal role. The role leads, manages and administers improvements to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) financial systems, both IT and non IT, and provides high level support to our financial accounting and management teams. The role also supports the change process, through educating and supporting the end users in the implementation and updating of systems and procedures. More information about this position, the scope of the role, duties and selection criteria, is contained within the position description for this role, available from the Working at the AAT page of our website, www.aat.gov.au. Notes This vacancy is intended to be filled on a non-ongoing basis for an initial period of up to 12 months with the possibility of extension of up to three years. An order of merit established through this selection process may be used to fill this vacancy on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis within 12 months of the position being advertised. Contact Officer Any questions about this position should be directed to David Donovan on (07) 3052 3018 or david.donovanaat.gov.au . How to apply for this position We will only accept applications that are lodged online through our web based e-recruitment system. To lodge your application, find the advertisement for this position by following the link on the Working at the AAT page and click œApply Now. Applications will be accepted until 1130 pm (AEDT) on Monday 2 July 2018. Please contact our recruitment team on (02) 9276 5547 or recruitmentaat.gov.au should you require assistance with accessing our website or with lodging your application. Working for the AAT The AAT is an equal opportunity employer which upholds the APS employment principles and actively encourages a diverse and inclusive workplace. We offer our employees a wide range of attractive employment conditions including generous leave and superannuation provisions, flexible working arrangements, salary packaging, and study assistance. For more information about these and other conditions of employment refer to the AAT Enterprise Agreement. The AAT generally requires Australian citizenship as a condition of engagement. All employees who are engaged for a period of over six months are required to undertake an Australian Federal Police Check. All employees who are engaged on an ongoing basis are required to undertake a health assessment. About the AAT The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) was established on 1 July 1976 and provides a one-stop shop for the independent review of a wide range of decisions made by the Australian Government. The AAT can review decisions made under more than 400 Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws, and in limited circumstances, decisions made by state government and non-government bodies. The most common types of decisions we review relate to child support, Commonwealth workers compensation, family assistance, paid parental leave, social security, student assistance, migration and refugee visas and visa related decisions, taxation and veterans entitlements. For more information about the AAT, visit our website, www.aat.gov.au. ˜One APS career¦Thousands of Opportunities™
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Take the next step in your career Shuriken Consulting Dural is looking for an experienced Senior Accountant to join their team in Dural, NSW. This position is being offered on a full-time basis, with regular Monday to Friday working hours. Day to day, you™ll be providing public practice business advisory services to a range of clients. About You The successful candidate will be an experienced Accountant who has relevant tertiary qualifications, and a background in business advisory and public practice. Strong Xero skills and SMSF experience would be a huge bonus. Shuriken Consulting is after someone who will be an active contributor to their vibrant corporate culture. You™ll be an enthusiastic individual who enjoys engaging with others and has a desire to interact face to face with your client base on a regular basis. People who fit in well with Shuriken Consulting™s culture display the following attributes Passion - people who love what they do tend to be the best at it Charisma - comfortable in face to face situations and great networking skills Client focus - genuine enthusiasm for client interaction Excellent communication skills “ articulate in a language clients can understand and appreciate Drive - an inherent motivation to succeed and thirst for knowledge This is a fantastic opportunity to join a unique and innovative organisation, and take that next step in your career that you™ve been thinking about. Possibilities are endless with Shuriken Consulting for the right person. Youll find your role itself to be incredibly rewarding as you see the direct impact you have on clients businesses, while having the autonomy and flexibility to do the job your way. In return for your dedication and expertise, youll receive a competitive remuneration package. As a company we believe in the following values Integrity We keep our word and promote internal strengths to support our client™s needs and achieve the best results for them Partnership Successful and long-term business relationships are based on trust “ we do what we say we will and expect our partners to do the same. High Expectations We give our all and expect our team, clients and other partners to so the same Thinking Culture We think before we do Continual Learning We are constantly learning and providing our clients with tools and knowledge to become financially savvy
Richmond Ct, Castle Hill NSW 2154, Australia