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Finance Manager, Life Property

12 month fixed term contract Challenger Limited is an ASX-listed investment management firm managing more than 70 billion in assets (as at 30 June 2017). Our vision is to provide our customers with financial security for retirement. We achieve this goal by providing a work environment where people from diverse backgrounds, with a range of skills and experiences can contribute and succeed. Our work environment is characterised by the core attributes of Collaborate, Grow, Challenge and Achieve. These attributes represent our commitment to current and future employees. About the opportunity The Finance Manager, Life Property is responsible for delivering the statutory results of property investments for the Life business unit. They lead the Life Property Finance team in completing the general ledger close process to provide accurate and timely information for meeting statutory reporting requirements. The Finance Manager is responsible for developing and monitoring controls set out to safeguard the integrity of data. The Team Life Financial Control is a team of 11 working towards the common goal of delivering the statutory results. Members of the team share common tasks as well as owning unique tasks depending on the individual™s role and experience. The wider finance team includes group financial control, business performance, tax, and risk and actuarial, teams operate in a highly interactive and collaborative manner. The Wider Business The Life Company is an interesting business with a complex balance sheet offering many opportunities to be involved in non-standard transactions it™s an environment that provides great exposer and variety to the finance professional that enjoys a challenge. Key Responsibilities Ensuring the property investments books and records are accurate Managing the month end ledger close, reviewing journals, tax calculations, distribution calculations, capital gains calculation, depreciation schedules, GL reconciliations, sub-consolidations, valuations and implementation of all property transactions Managing the relationship with key stakeholders, ensuring the Life Property Finance team are delivering on their requirements and adequately servicing their customers Monthly performance report (NPI) including commentary on variances between budget, forecast and actuals. Driving process improvements and scalability Ensure the Life company is compliant with all regulatory reporting requirements (BAS, tax returns) Assist with managing the half year and year-end reporting audit process, reviewing notes and explanatory notes and ad-hoc analysis Reviewing small subsidiary statutory reports Monitoring the numerous variations between statutory view and management view of the Life business unit, ensuring they remain in line with management expectations Building out the capability of the Life Property finance team Skills and experience CA qualified (essential) Experience in leading a team, mentoring and developing staff Experience in Property Trust accounting Experience in tax compliance and tax effect accounting Experience in accounting consolidation and statutory reporting Knowledge of tax and GST regulatory requirements Knowledge of Accounting for Investment Properties, AASB 140 Our Team We enjoy working together as a talented and passionate group. We demonstrate our five core principles of Integrity, Working Together, Creative Customer Solutions, Commercial Ownership and Compliance into everything we do. We offer the opportunity for a broad career experience and value people who are inquisitive and rigorous and are driven to make a difference.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Group Reporting Manager

My client is an exciting entrepreneurial Sydney based business with a rapidly developing global footprint. They are looking to recruit an ambitious CA qualified accountant who is looking for a role where they can make a real impact from day one. The business has seen YoY growth and are looking for a commercially minded Group Reporting Manager who will support the Global Head of Finance in driving the business forward in the next phase of its growth. The role is very hands on and will naturally involve reporting, but we are looking for an analytical and commercial individual who will also add value to the business, analysing costs, sales, customers, and procedures and constantly look at ways of doing things better. This is a very exciting role within a great business and offers genuine long term opportunity. This company has shown impressive growth, sending shock-waves through the industry and this role presents a fantastic opportunity to a commercially minded, high achieving finance professional. Develop robust, efficient and automated core accounting and finance processes. Own the monthly KPIs and management accounting pack. Partner with the Group Commercial Directo in developing financial models, business plans and forecasts. Manage tax, regulatory and compliance matters in consultation the Global Head of Finance, Group CFO and external advisors. WHAT YOULL NEED TO SUCCEED You will be a CA qualified accountant with demonstrable experience from business services where you will have partnered with senior stakeholders, providing strong commercial insights to aid in their decision making. You will need to be a motivated self starter able to build strong working relationships with both finance and non-finance and leadership of a team. WHAT YOULL GET IN RETURN You will be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package and the opportunity to work in a globally renowned business, offering excellent career progression and working environment. This role has the scope to be shaped based on the individual and you will have the autonomy to make a real impact on this global business. Does this sound like you? Interested? Please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this position contact Dan Webb at Acquire Talent on 0421 526 393.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Commercial Finance Manager

Who we are We are news. We are sport. We are lifestyle. We are News Corp Australia. The nations most influential media organisation, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sports brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate and parenting. We have the largest online news audience in the country, with a bigger digital footprint than Facebook. The role? You will be tasked with managing and developing the Commercial Finance team who will be partnering with our Marketing Group. While partnering with finance divisions from across the wider News Corp business units, you will be tasked with managing the teams output, while putting a focus on further developing the processes to ensure top quality information is passed on quickly and efficiently. The opportunity for adding value to the role is immense, with a number of projects to get involved in and lead. The key duties of this role are Oversight of marketing results for relevant business units Management of budget and forecast processes for relevant business units Provide regular insightful and robust reporting detailing financial and non-financial information to key stakeholders Utilise and develop various models to identify and communicate key trends, understand consumer behaviour and analyse campaign results Support key stakeholders with ad-hoc analysis for financial implications of business decisions Develop reporting and recommendations to improve profitability of retail print, subscription and digital business units. Improve all aspects of financial reporting, ensure revenue completeness and assist in driving new revenue opportunities Get involved with ad-hoc project as needed The Person Demonstrated experience in a similar role in a similar role within a large and complex organisation Tertiary qualifications in Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or another relevant discipline CACPA qualification desired but not required Possess strong analytical skills, with a focus on compliance, cost effective and quality results and solutions Demonstrable experience utilising various models such as decay curves, churn rates, ROI and NPV Ability to multi task many different projects at any one time whilst working to strict deadlines and under pressure to meet the desired end results for the business Demonstrated experience in managing resources, planning, executing and reviewing to always create an area of excellence Strong MS office skills as well as highly experienced in accounting and systems development Whats Next? This full-time Commercial Finance Manager role is based in our lively Surry Hills office in Sydney. Theres an on-site gym, coffee on tap, and plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars nearby to keep your worklife balance healthy. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. If you are interested in this opportunity and have the appropriate skill set, please apply and attach your CV using the appropriate link or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.comcareers

location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Corporate Accountant and Payroll

About us We are the most influential, independent business body in Victoria with over 15,000 members. Our members choose us because we™re trusted experts in workplace relations, international trade, workplace health, safety and wellbeing, and policy development. Our team of 200 people thrive on putting our members first in everything we do “ from providing exceptional customer service to advocating for their interests to all levels of government. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry works for the success of our members, business and Victoria. Our suite of business expertise includes workplace relations, occupational health and safety, international trade and development, sustainability and apprenticeship services, the Victorian Chamber is truly Victoria™s peak business body. About the role Due to the current incumbent taking a period of maternity leave, an opportunity has become available for an experienced Chartered Accountant with payroll experience who is keen on developing their skills in a growing and diverse organisation. It is an exciting time to be part of the finance team, with the finance system (Great Plains) currently being upgraded and the team focused on embedding several key productivity initiatives, to enable them to increase their level of business partnering. This role is primarily twofold ensuring management of all transactional entries to EOM close along with management of all taxation requirements for the Victorian Chamber, and the end to end management of the payroll function under the supervision of the Finance Manager. The overall finance team is currently going through a period of change and development, therefore there will also be a requirement within this role to help bring about change in current process, embed a new operating system and help educate junior accountants in best practices. Therefore, applicants with previous process improvement and system implementation skills, will be highly regarded. Although this is a fixed term role to 30 June 2019, this varied role will see you gain exposure to many facets of finance, payroll and various projects. About you If you are a qualified CPACA with at least 3-5 years™ experience in corporate financial accounting and payroll, this could be the role for you As a team player, you will possess A working knowledge of the Accounting Standards Exposure to multi entity environment with shared services accounting Advanced knowledge of payroll related taxation, legislative requirements, Modern Award interpretation and Fringe Benefits Tax, Superannuation Guarantee Legislation High level organisational and time management skills including a proven ability to meet deadlines Excellent analytical skills Excellent communication skills and attention to detail Demonstrated experience with financial and payroll systems, Microsoft Dynamics GP and MicroPay highly desirable and intermediate Microsoft Office (especially Excel) and database knowledge. Our Benefits The Victorian Chamber values our employees™ wellbeing and offers a host of employee benefits including Learning and development opportunities Flexible work arrangements Health and wellbeing program “ EAP, fresh fruit and gym membership reimbursement Excellent social events Great culture Beautifully appointed office facilities in Collins Street Salary packaging How to apply If this sounds like you, please apply online under the Careers section of our website, www.victorianchamber.com.aucareers by COB Friday 24 August. Applications, including a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria contained within the position description, should be addressed to Jenny Gow, HR Coordinator. The position description can be found under the Careers section of our website. Please note that the successful applicant will be subject to a satisfactory police check.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Senior Payroll Officer

Not-for-profit organisation Permanent full time role Richmond location Great salary packaging opportunities Join Victoria™s largest independent child welfare organisation and become a vital part of a team that never gives up doing whatever it takes for kids. We believe everyone should have a good childhood, growing up in families and communities where they feel safe, nurtured and have hope for the future. We are seeking an experienced Senior Payroll Officer to join our payroll team at Berry Street. You would be joining a small team that comprises of a Payroll Manager and Payroll Officers that is part of the broader People Culture Team. The system we use is PrecedaNeller and EmpLive and experience would be highly desirable. Sound knowledge of pay systems, awardEBA interpretation and experience in the not for profit sector and salary packaging would be ideal. Of course, you will have excellent customer service skills and be patient and willing to answer queries as they arise. In addition you will have a flexible approach to your work, be a inclusive team member, and display values congruent with Berry Street™s values of Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Working Together and Courage. Assistance by recruitment agencies will not be required. Queries to Felicity Willis, Manager - Payroll on (03) 9429 9266 Applications including your resume, cover letter and statement addressing the key selection criteria should be submitted by 11pm Tuesday, 28 August 2018 Berry Street are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children, including those with a disability and culturally andor linguistically diverse backgrounds. Berry Street are also committed to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Aboriginal children, their families and communities. Comprehensive reference and background checking will be undertaken, including a Working with Children Check and police check. Aboriginal people people from culturally andor linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.

location Richmond VIC, Australia


Analyst/Bookkeeper

Who Are We? RSM is the 6th largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, encompassing over 120 countries, 800 offices and more than 41,400 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 Business Advisory division is growing, and we are looking for several AnalystBookkeepers to hit the ground running This team is the largest division in the Sydney office, introducing diversified products to market while continually pushing internal boundaries to drive efficiencies. Sydney Business Advisory even has its own culture club focussed on making work purposeful, engaging and rewarding As a Bookkeeper with RSM, you will perform a variety of responsibilities including Accounts payable processing Accounts receivable processing Bank reconciliations BASIAS and payroll tax preparation Setting up and maintenance of client accounting files Drafting email communication and handling of day to day communication with clients Payroll processing The Successful Applicant We are looking for someone who can demonstrate 2 years in a similar role Preferable experience within either Xero, Account Right live or Quickbooks online. Ability to work in a team environment and autonomously. Deadline driven Intermediateadvanced experience with Microsoft office packages. Beneficial to be aware or have used cloud-based accounting apps. Completion of TAFE or Business College Admin course 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. To apply please click on the Apply button below and complete our online application form.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Payroll Officer

Civica has a global Glassdoor rating of 4.2. Check us out About Us Civica builds software and provides IT and digital transformation services to support some of the most important organisations in our communities like schools, libraries, local councils and state agencies. We work with some of the largest health fund providers bringing their services into the digital age. Our products are market leaders, some of them are globally renowned. Our team is proud to work within the sectors we do, where we make a real difference, contributing to the growth of the societies that we live in and accelerating the digital transformation of the public sector and associated markets. Want to join us and help continue our mission? About The Role The Payroll Officer will be responsible for the full payroll processing of more than 350 monthly staff and will be the back-up support for a fortnightly payroll of approximately 400 staff. Payroll will be conducted through ADP systems, and therefore, exposure to this tool will be necessary to the person™s success within this role. Responsibilities End-to-end payroll processing for over 350 employees on a monthly basis using ADP Payforce Calculating payments in line with Enterprise Agreement Awards and Common Law contracts Creating and posting payroll journals to Sun Financial Systems Processing superannuation, payroll tax, PAYG taxes, workers compensation Calculating leave provisions Termination payments, including redundancy calculations Salary packaging and sacrificing Providing exceptional customer service to all Payroll related queries Undertake any other duties, as directed by the Finance Manager Adhoc Finance team tasks About You Sound working knowledge of ADP payroll systems Experience working with Enterprise Agreement Award schedules Sound understanding of statutory payment obligations Excellence in provision of services to all stakeholders Able to meet conflicting deadlines, for example, month-end, superannuation and pay dates Accuracy of data and attention to detail Able to work autonomously and use initiative Clear, open, honest and timely communication Attention to detail Your Benefits At Civica we believe our people are our biggest asset and we pride ourselves on cultivating a supportive and modern working environment whilst providing you with the tools you need to get the job done. We will offer what you would expect in today™s modern work environments Join a growing and successful business Genuine career development Flexible working conditions We are big on sharing celebratory moments, and they often involve cake (We do gluten free options) “ Friday Happy Hour is also a thing What Next? Do we sound like a good match? If so then we would love to hear from you Please include a cover letter outlining how your experience, aspirations and values are a match, along with your resume and we will take it from there. Civica is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

location New South Wales 2020, Australia


Graduate Accountant

Imperium Group of Companies is a private investment group, established in 1996. We operate in an entrepreneurial environment where the pace is fast and there is always something new to learn. We are seeking a Graduate Accountant to support the commercial operations of our businesses, responsible for supporting all accounting functions, month end preparation of financial and management reporting. This exciting opportunity will suit an individual who has strong interpersonal skills and a desire to learn. Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, your responsibilities will include The overall objective of the role will be to assist the finance team where needed. Duties may vary from time to time and may include (but not limited to) Accounts Payable Stock Control Bank Reconciliations Dashboards Reporting Month - End General administration Provide administrative support to the Finance and Accounting department such as data analysis and other ancillary administration tasks as required To be successful in this role, you will have the following attributes Degree in Commerce or Business Willingness to learn A positive can-do attitude and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines Advanced Excel skills Excellent written and verbal communication Thoroughness and attention to detail This position offers a competitive remuneration package, a modern office environment and progressive career opportunity. CA or CPA support can be provided for the right candidate. If you can see yourself moving into a fast paced environment where people count on your input, please forward your resume and cover letter to smcneillyimperium.com.au

location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


Finance and Commercial Manager

Strategic, pivotal, innovative leadership role Focused on financial and commercial management Role will be filled as an Executive Remuneration (TR) role with a 5-year contract period reporting directly to the CIO and indirectly to the Finance, Risk Audit and Compliance governance committee Geelong-based with some regional travel required in south west Victoria About the organisation South West Alliance of Rural Health (SWARH) is a government-established joint venture, supplying ICT shared services to acute public hospitals and associated health services within the Barwon and south west regions of Victoria, covering some 60,000 square kilometres. SWARH aims to support health outcomes in these regions through centralised, expert, specialist ICT services and strategic solutions for its member health services and customers. The organisation is a critical component of the region™s health sector prioritising and optimising the health of the communities it serves. This is an exciting time to join SWARH as its Transformation Program heralds a new era of positive change. Through ICT best-practice, the program™s key projects will add substantial value to health service delivery in the region. About the role The role will have primary responsibility over the financial and commercial management of SWARH. This new tier one role will head a key organisational domain and form part of a realigned, ICT best-practice leadership team. It will provide direction through clear responsibility, accountability and deliverables for each role and team. Your duties will include but are not limited to Providing commercial leadership and management including obtaining value for money services for clients, ensuring contracts meet SWARH™s requirements and ensuring vendors meet contractual agreements Delivering finance and governance services to support the SWARH strategy Providing finance business partnering services to all domains Delivering statutory financial reporting requirements Managing budgeting, accounting and charging requirements If you are ready for this opportunity and have the skills and experience described above, please apply today to join our innovative organisation and lead a dynamic team. About the culture Join an organisation that recognises talent, develops leaders and values their staff. Enjoy the rewards, benefits and feel proud that you can be a key strategic partner. Staff benefits Flexible working arrangements Professional development Access to employee wellness facility Salary packaging Social club Our commitment to child safety At Barwon Health we celebrate and harness diversity, and consider it a competitive advantage. We encourage applications from all diverse backgrounds including individuals that identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, GLBTIQ+, and individuals with a disability. Our organisation promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all our consumers including children and appropriate rigorous reference and background checks will be undertaken. Barwon Health is proud to be Totally Smoke Free. Recruitment agencies should note that we do not accept agency resumes and are not responsible for any fees related to any unsolicited resumes submitted by recruitment agencies.

location Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


HR Coordinator - Advertising

A leading Advertising Agency is seeking an HR Coordinator to join the HR team HR duties will include Processing starters, employment contracts and induction. Assisting with recruitment, immigration and visas. Assisting with disputes and disciplinary management. Provide HR ER technical advice to the business. Assisting with starter and current remuneration salary packaging. Management of personal employee information. Updating maintaining contracts. Supporting your HR function with people culture projects. Managing Payroll enquiries for permanent, temporary and talent. This is a great opportunity to move into an extremely varied HR role where the intention is to up skill the successful applicant to become a completely autonomous HR professional. This Advertising Agency prides itself on it world-renowned culture and so all applicants should be friendly, outgoing and highly professional, after all, you will be helping to promote and shape this excellent working culture if successful in securing the position. Applicants should have 1 - 3 years (or more) HR (andor payroll) experience. A relevant qualification would be advantageous, but not essential. Media experience is also preferable. If you meet the above requirements and would like to find out more about this great opportunity then please APPLY NOW

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Assistant Accountant

About Hall Wilcox Hall Wilcox is a pre-eminent independent business law firm with one of the fastest growing partnerships in Australia. We are currently a firm of more than 600 people, including 77 partners. We have offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Perth and Brisbane and act nationally for Australian-based clients and multinational clients with Australian interests. Our leadership team was recognised by winning Managing Partner of the Year at the 2015 and 2017 Australian Law Awards. About the role and team We have an opportunity for an experienced Assistant Accountant to join our finance team in Melbourne on a 14 month contract role commencing mid-November. Reporting to the Finance Manager and working closely with our two Accountants, you will provide support with the accounting and reporting functions of the Finance team. Duties Assist with month-end processing, including review of prepayments, preparation of monthly accruals, balance sheet reconciliations and working papers. Assist with the preparation of periodic management reports. Administration of Corporate Credit Cards. Responsible for following up expense approvals in the firm™s expense management system, Serko. Assist with preparation of financial statements and statutorycompliance lodgements. Administration of Firm secondments Assist with the inter-entity administration Skills and experience Tertiary qualification in Accounting or Commerce CACPA Qualified (or near to completion) 3+ years™ experience in legal or practice Strong knowledge of accounting processes and principles Proactive, and the ability to respond effectively to changing priorities Advanced Excel, MS Office skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong attention to detail and problem solving skills. Culture At Hall Wilcox, we practise Smarter Law. This means being smarter across our entire business “ by being progressive, by our commitment to excellence and by our focus on building great relationships. We have a strong values-driven culture - our clients and people choose to work with us because of it. We care about our clients, our community and each other. Whether it be our technology or our business focused approach to the practise of law, we strive to change the legal market for the better. We work hard but we also have fun. Benefits Modern, open plan offices. Dress for your day “ we trust our people to choose clothes that best represent themselves and our brand, every day of the week. Structured learning development programs for all career levels. Extensive health wellbeing program including healthy start breakfast program, mindfulness training subsidised fitness, team sports and health checks. Flexible working opportunities “ talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Salary continuance insurance. How to apply To apply for this position please click the apply button above. For more information please contact Lauren Parrant, People Culture Advisor on 03 9603 3669. Recruiters please note Applications from Recruitment Agencies not briefed will not be accepted for this advertised position. For further information about Hall Wilcox please visit our website.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Accountant | Two 12 Month Maternity Leave Coverage

We exist to craft distinct and appealing jewellery, and it has been that way since our founding in 1979 when Michael and his wife Christine opened their first Michael Hill store in the New Zealand town of Whangarei, some 100 kilometres north of Auckland. We™ve grown dramatically since then “ with over 300 stores and 5 websites operating across Australia, New Zealand and Canada, with an operating revenue in excess of AUD500 million. We are currently seeking the expertise of two Accountants to join our Finance team on 12-month Maternity Leave Contracts. Reporting to the Finance Manager, one role is responsible for the Canadian Michael Hill Retail Segment and the other is responsible for the Support Centre Segment. It involves a mix of financial, statutory and management accounting. These fast paced and integral roles will suit someone with a strong background, ready to take the next step in their career. Software packages used include Microsoft applications such as Excel and Dynamics AX, our budgeting and planning system BPC and data cubes. ABOUT THE ROLE Month end accounting processes including journals, accruals, fixed assets and prepayments Bonus calculations under the various plans available to the retail team Monthly variance analysis and commentary for management Release of monthly results to stores and management and responding to queries Balance sheet reconciliations Monitor discretionary spend against policy and maintain credit cards Assisting with the interim and annual statutory financial accounts Involvement in a wide range of projects that affect the finance function Calculation of monthly transactional tax returns (HST, GST, PST, Income Tax, etc) (Canadian role) Assist the Planning Analysis team with annual budgets and recommending forecast changes Lead and develop a team of three direct reports with varying career experience, including one in our Toronto office (Canadian role) Monitor and capitalise relevant costs for internally generated intangible assets, in accordance with accounting standards (Support Centre role) WHO YOU ARE WHAT YOU HAVE Degree in Accounting Finance CACPA professional qualification High level Excel skills Highly developed relationship building skills to leverage business decisions and results Previous experience or exposure to a large ERP system, such as Dynamics AX A bias for action and the ability to meet multiple deadlines Previous experience in a retail finance function In return we offer, exposure to working with an international brand, a fun and dynamic work environment, and fantastic employee purchase privileges. At Michael Hill we value commitment to our people, accountability for our actions, and pride in our brand ensures that the Michael Hill story is one of progress and innovation. LI

location Underwood St, Wakerley QLD 4154, Australia


Clinical Costing Analyst

University Hospital Geelong Permanent Full Time Enjoy a stimulating working environment within an award winning organisation Build your career in a diverse leadership role Grow and develop your talents and capabilities within a supportive supervision structure with professional development opportunities. About the facility Barwon Health Corporate Finance is responsible for the management of all financial aspects of the organisation, including internal and external reporting. The Finance Department offers a positive, vibrant and friendly work environment that actively encourages initiative and new ideas. About the role Clinical Costing is the process of matching the financial information held in the General Ledger to the clinical activity of the health service. Clinical costing is critical to the Department of Health and Human Services funding of patient activity. It also provides key information to health service managers in relation to the budget, and facilitates understanding of cost verses revenue at the level of services provided to patients in order to benchmark for efficiency gains. The Clinical Costing Analyst is responsible for the maintenance, ongoing development, analysis and reporting of the patient costing and revenue datasets including liaison with other health service departments to identify ways of improving the costing and revenue models. The Clinical Costing Analyst is also responsible for ensuring that all internal and external reporting requirements are met in a timely manner and ensuring that relevant costing standards are complied with. About the culture The Finance Department offers a vibrant, positive and friendly working environment that actively encourages initiative and new ideas. You will work with an innovative team who maintain extensive knowledge and experience. Everything we do centres all our services on the patient and is guided by our driving values Respect, Compassion, Commitment, Accountability and Innovation Barwon Health staff benefits Flexible working arrangements Professional development Access to employee wellness facility Salary packaging Social club Be our future Barwon Health Strategic Plan Aboriginal Employment Plan Our Commitment to Child Safety At Barwon Health we celebrate and harness diversity, and consider it a competitive advantage. We encourage applications from all diverse backgrounds including individuals that identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, GLBTIQ+, and individuals with disability. Our organisation promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all our consumers including children and appropriate rigorous reference and background checks will be undertaken. Barwon Health is proud to be Totally Smoke Free. Enquiries Jordon Beale Ph (03) 4215 2437 Applications Close 24082018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

location Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


Financial Controller - APAC

Who we are and what we do STA Travel is the worlds leading adventure travel company with a worldwide network of more than 450 stores. Nearly a quarter of these are in Australia and New Zealand, where it all started 35 years ago. We are a diverse company operating in 75 countries across 15 time zones and employ 3000 plus people speaking more than 60 languages. Who you are You must be a qualified CA or CPA with at least 2 years post qualified experience You have experience with managing team members and working effectively as part of a team An ability to produce advanced reporting to a high level Experience with statutory financial accounting production Knowledge of CODA and Cognos Reporting would be an advantage What the job requires A varied role responsible for STA Travel Australia and STA Travel New Zealand, reporting to and working closely with the Commercial Finance Director with direct reports in Melbourne and Romania. This person will play an important role in strengthening the financial information, processes and systems in order to assist the continued improvement of the business. They must be flexible, able to meet tight deadlines, need limited supervision and have the initiative to identify and solve problems, expanding their role beyond financial reporting. Good communication skills will be essential due to involvement with all levels of the company. To find out more about this role in detail, please click APPLY NOW. Why STA? A culture based on adventure, passion, and working together The chance to work for a global leader STA Travel is an equal opportunity employer. Due to our strong investment in our people, STA Travel only accepts applicants available for full time work and without Visa restrictions. Sound like the role for you To start the application process please click APPLY NOW. Please ensure your Cover Letter and Resume are in Word or PDF format.

location South Wharf VIC, Australia


Finance & Administration Manager

About the Role D.R. Johnston (DRJ), a division of JBS Australia, is Australia™s leading domestic wholesale and trading Company providing an extensive range of fresh and frozen carton meats to the Australian market. An exciting opportunity for an experienced FinanceAdmin Manager exists at our Legana facility. Responsibilities Effective management of the small administration team. Coordination and review of site specific financial information to ensure compliance with Company reporting schedules and expectations. Production of daily, weekly, monthly and annual financial information. Daily bank maintenance and reconciliation. Credit management and control. Preparation of month end reports outlining monthly fixed and variable costs and capital expenditure. Preparation of general ledger reconciliations. Support and assist site based administration staff with day-to-day responsibilities, acting as a backup when required. Requirements Must be available for a 7am start. Extensive experience working in a similar role. Must possess strong working knowledge of accounting principles, qualified Accountants are encouraged to apply. Excellent communication and team building skills. Strong eye for detail and ability to meet deadlines. Sound practical knowledge of SAP experience is strongly preferred. We seek to appoint an energetic, results driven individual who can thrive in a team orientated environment and embrace challenges with a positive outlook. You will have a pro-active approach and well developed problem solving skills, coupled with your ability to build relationships across all levels of the business and possess the drive and initiative to ensure continuous improvement. Your passion, desire and commitment are integral components contributing to your success in this role. In reward for the skills you bring to the business, you will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package, site based bonus, discounted meat and free off street parking. Applications (including a covering letter and resume) should be forwarded to D.R. JOHNSTON GROUP ATTENTION Ryan Carroll E-mail Ryan.Carrolljohnston.com.au Or apply here httpscareer10.successfactors.comcareer?company=jbsaustral

location Blackstone Heights TAS 7250, Australia


Tax Accounting Contractor

Do you have at least 4 years tax accounting experience? Have you used a variety of tax software?....especially Xero Tax If you have a sound knowledge of Australian taxation as it applies to companies and trusts and other business entities then I need to hear from you if you have approximately 10 to 15 hours per week spare to dedicate to business compliance work either working in their office or from home. Experience on all tax software is great but I especially have a need for Xero Tax experience right now. If you are a mum wishing to return to the work force but would prefer to work from home these opportunities are ideal. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality and wont be sent to any firms without your permission. Contracts requiring more hours per week will be coming up so if you are looking for more hours please still apply. I also require a SMSF registered Auditor who is available for contract work so if you know someone who is ask them to apply.

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


Financial Planning and Analysis Manager | Whyalla

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. Liberty OneSteel, a wholly owned subsidiary of GFG Alliance, is Australia™s only manufacturer of steel long products- Liberty OneSteel is as diversified as its footprint. We are the only fully-integrated Australian steel producer, whether from iron ore and coking coal to primary steel, or from scrap metal and renewable energy to GREENSTEEL. Reporting to the Financial Controller, we currently have an exciting opportunity for a Financial Planning and Analysis Manager. While demonstrating the core values of safety, customer and governance, this position™s key purpose is to work intimately with lead teams and senior managers to council and add value to the operations and commercial teams, and influence them in driving the business forward while leading the financial planning and analysis function within the business. The successful incumbent will identify opportunities to increase profitability and grow the business by providing trend analysis of spending patterns, product and customer profitability analyses and using such analysis to model and predict future outcomes thus recommending appropriate interventions for performance gap closure. You will also understand and communicate key business performance drivers and act as the analytical engine of the company providing insights and supporting optimal decision making. This position also ensures standardisation of business processes focusing on continuous improvement, quality and reliability of outcomes. To be considered for this position, you will have tertiary qualifications in commercial, finance, business management (MBA desirable), etc. and be a member of CFACPACAANZ, with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in an industrialmanufacturing environment and a proven track record in identifying understanding key drivers in a complex commercial environment. Other key skills desired are data analytics, project financial modelling, evaluation decision making, advanced Microsoft Excel and working knowledge of SAP. With well-developed communication skills, you will have demonstrable experience in engaging and building relationships to ensure understanding and focus is maintained on key market drivers within the organisation. 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 for you to be part of our journey. Visit our website today and define your new career.

location South Australia 5600, Australia


Inventory Accountant

At Michael Hill, were celebrating 35 years in the jewellery business with continued rapid expansion across Australia, New Zealand and Canada employing over 2,800 people. Our Murarrie based finance department that comprises over 35 people who are responsible for the finance function for the Group. Reporting to the Finance Manager, this hands-on role is responsible for the end to end preparation of month end accounts for our Manufacturing and Distribution companies. Software packages used include our in-house sales and inventory system and our accounting system Microsoft Dynamics AX. Responsibilities include Month end accounting processes including journals, intercompany sales recognition and closing stock Detailed reconciliation of purchases and closing stock between the stock system and the general ledger Deep dive reviews of GP performance Release of monthly results to management Working with stakeholders to develop their understanding of results and processes and responding to queries Balance sheet reconciliations Involvement in ad hoc projects and process improvements About You As an accountant at this level, we know you™ll have great written and verbal communication skills, will possess a strong work ethic and time management skills, and will have strong Excel skills. But what will set you apart is your inquisitiveness and ability pick things up quickly. You will like understanding the big picture, but enjoy working in the detail. Your ability to work autonomously is a big plus as is any previous retail and inventory experience. In return we offer An ASX and NZX listed multinational company that is growing rapidly Exposure to international accounting, tax and retail practices Exposure to retail environments across four countries Competitive salary and great employee purchasing privileges Opportunities for future career growth with an expanding organisation An opportunity to work with executives and senior managers A collaborative team environment So what are you waiting for? Apply online now to invest in your brighter future. LI

location Underwood St, Wakerley QLD 4154, Australia


Experienced Bookkeeper

Your new role with McKinley Plowman is here¦ As a bookkeeper at MP+, you™ll look forward to working with an experienced and values-driven team of accountants, bookkeepers, tax advisers and financial planners, who all work together to help our clients achieve their financial goals. We take our values seriously and therefore would wish our new team member to have strong people skills as well as a solid understanding of tax and accounting. Our culture of coaching and continuous improvement means not only will you get to work in a challenging and interesting environment, but also within a company that fosters the growth of all employees. As we are located in Joondalup, this role would be perfect for an applicant who is north of the river. A successful candidate should have A positive attitude, collaborative mindset and a willingness to learn First-rate communication skills High level of accuracy and excellent attention to detail 4+ years™ experience with a reputable business Good reputation “ positive feedback from clients Cert IV in Bookkeeping Willingness to develop the MP+ brand Keen to take advantage of internal referrals Xero MYOB experience essential Reasonable knowledge of cloud based integrations Ability to work on and help clients with challenging bookkeeping needs Sound knowledge of relevant systems, processes and IT Ambitions (in time) to manage team members and train team members Own small portfolio of bookkeeping clients (considered favourably) Ability to set up accounting and related systems from scratch High-quality management reporting skills, and consistent ability to work to deadlines Flexibility to work extended hours over BAS season Willingness to assist on processing accounts for MP+ if needed in short term Sound technical understanding in tax and accounting especially GST Payroll Advanced Excel skills APS WorkflowMax knowledge (favourable) Duties The responsibilities of the role will include but will not be limited to Monthly and Quarterly BAS Preparation Payroll and Superannuation Reconciliations Cloud Accounting upgrades from existing desktop software Creating budgets for clients Business analysis End of Year Payroll requirements On-going bookkeeping for clients Taxable Payment Reporting If you currently have a portfolio of existing clients, we are open to discussions about beginning your journey with McKinley Plowman part-time, with a view to move to a full-time position in the future.

location Perth WA 6027, Australia


Management Accountant - APAC

Who we are and what we do STA Travel is the worlds leading adventure travel company with a worldwide network of more than 450 stores. Nearly a quarter of these are in Australia and New Zealand, where it all started 35 years ago. We are a diverse company operating in 75 countries across 15 time zones and employ 3000 plus people speaking more than 60 languages. Who you are You have experience with statutory financial accounting production Excellent excel skills report producing experience Be self-sufficient and have a strong sense of urgency Part qualified CA or CPA preferable Knowledge of CODA and Cognos Reporting would be an advantage What the job requires A varied role responsible for STA Travel APAC, reporting to and working closely with the Financial Controller with one direct report located in Romania. This person will play an important role in strengthening the financial information, processes and systems in order to assist the continued improvement of the business. They must be flexible, able to meet tight deadlines, need limited supervision and have the initiative to identify and solve problems, expanding their role beyond financial reporting. Good communication skills will be essential due to involvement with all levels of the company. To find out more about this role in detail, please click APPLY NOW. Why STA? A culture based on adventure, passion, and working together The chance to work for a global leader STA Travel is an equal opportunity employer. Due to our strong investment in our people, STA Travel only accepts applicants available for full time work and without Visa restrictions. Sound like the role for you To start the application process please click APPLY NOW. Please ensure your Cover Letter and Resume are in Word or PDF format.

location South Wharf VIC, Australia