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Assistant Manager - Internal Audit

About Us BDO is a leading audit, tax and advisory firm, with the depth and breadth of services and expertise to deliver on all of our clients™ needs. At BDO, exceptional client service underpins our belief system and all aspects of service delivery to our clients. Our culture is collaborative and personal, and we recognise that to deliver exceptional service, we must provide an empowering and flexible environment for our people. Current Opportunity Our Risk Advisory practice continues to grow and we™re seeking a Senior ConsultantAssistant Manager with internal Audit and Assurance experience to help us deliver exceptional results and service to our clients. If you™re looking for ongoing development and career progression while maintaining worklife balance, we are a great team for you to consider. Duties and Responsibilities Scoping and delivering a variety of internal audit and advisory projects Interacting with clients and stakeholders to deliver tailored solutions on a variety of internal audit and risk assurance projects Maintaining and developing good relationships with clients as well as identifying future opportunities Working within a high performing team environment. Ideally you™ll have Relevant tertiary qualification Post Graduate professional qualifications (CACPA) Certified Internal Auditor Proven experience in a similar Internal Audit role Excellent analytical skills and report writing capability Strong negotiation skills Ability to work autonomously and in a team What we will offer you We offer the professional opportunities, personal fulfilment, and long-term growth that only a growing global firm like BDO can provide. We are committed to your ongoing development to build your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills. We take pride in our health and wellbeing and workplace giving programs, as well as the range of social activities organised by each office. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. To submit your application please click Apply Now or for further information please contact James Hawley on 07 3173 5468 or James.Hawleybdo.com.au

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


Accountant

Hands on and varied role Positive team environment Full time role located in Edwardstown The Company Norbar Australia and NZ, a Snap-on owned company, is a Global Original Equipment Manufacturer and is a world leader of torque control equipment. Globally we have offices in UK, USA, India, China, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. It is our organisational purpose to be the best torque tool company in the world. Respected, profitable and a great place to work. Locally, Norbar Australia and NZ is a small to medium sized company with Offices located in Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Mackay and Auckland. It is Norbar Australia™s contributing purpose to continuously improve the torque and tension control outcomes of our customers. The Position Reporting to the Financial Controller, this is a hands-on role where you will be responsible for a broad range of accounting activities, including Ensuring the monthly reconciliation of all necessary accounts, ledgers and sub-ledgers Adjusting monthly accruals to meet operations and transactions of the business Monitoring debtors and following up to ensure collections are consistent with set company time framespolicies Working with inventory manager to oversee stock takes and inventory management, ensuring inventory is properly valued Collating and assisting in internal and external audits of the businesses, ensuring compliance with appropriate Accounting Standards and Corporations Law within required timeframes Completing the accurate preparation and group reporting of monthly financial results in strict accordance with Company deadlines Monitoring management accounting month end processes and reporting for continuous improvement Assisting in information collation and analysis required for budgets and forecasts preparation Ensuring taxation lodgements are completed and lodged in line with applicable deadlines Other general accounting administration duties as required The Person To succeed in the role, you will have experience in a similar role and be able to prioritise a variety of finance demands across the business. Our ideal candidate will Be working towards CPA or CA Hold a qualification in BusinessAccounting Have a minimum of 2-3 years accounting experience Enjoy working in a team environment but be highly capable at working autonomously Have strong interpersonal skills and be able to effectively communicate written and verbal information in a clear and concise manner Be responsive and professional in all dealings with customers and stakeholders Manage own time and prioritise effectively in order to meet critical deadlines Be a competent user of Microsoft Office suite and have an excellent aptitude for new programs (knowledge of Netsuite advantageous) Have excellent analytical and problem solving skills A general positive outlook on life and work is essential If you would like to be part of a team that prides itself on exceptional products and service, and truly values its employees, please apply now by attaching a cover letter and resume. If you wish to learn more about our company, please visit www.norbaraustralia.com.au

location Adelaide SA 5039, Australia


Management Accountant

Management Accountant - Tully Training Opportunity or CPA Qualified Accountant Local Authority Your new company Hays Accountancy Finance have been asked to source for an interesting new role with a Local Authority based on a transformation project to align the authority with changes processes and streamlining services to the community. Your new role As a Management Accountant, you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running and management of budgets, financial planning, monthly reporting and performance monitoring. The role is progressive and and varied with a significant amount of projects pending. Working in a small team, you will add significant value and the role would suit an ambitious individual keen to progress their career. What youll need to succeed We are seeking either an ambitious Accounting Graduate who can demonstrate some previous Management experience coupled with the desire to further their career or we would also like to consider CPA Qualified Accountants who are seeking a new, inclusive environment where their previous experience will be valued. What youll get in return There is a benefits scheme which offers significant benefits including generous holiday allowances, flexible working and 12.5 Super contribution. The role is available now so please do not hesitate to contact me for an informal conversation about your suitability. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

location Euramo QLD 4854, Australia


Management Accountant

Your new position The role of Management Accountant will form an integral part of the Budget, Strategy and Performance team within Finance and you will assist the business in Budgeting, Forecasting, Monthly Reporting and a high level of financial advice and assistance. This is an exciting time at Seqwater, as we embed our new Vision and Values. Reporting to the Senior Management Accountant, we are looking for a Management Accountant who can Establish and maintain excellent working relationships with General Managers, Business Unit Managers and other staff to gain an understanding of operations and issues that may have a material impact on budgetforecast achievement. Ensure the accurate processing and timeliness of the Seqwater™s financial transactions in accordance with statutes, set procedures and proper standards of internal control. Prepare monthly Management Reports for Group, Team and Unit Managers and assist in preparing monthly Financial Statements for presentation to the CEO and Board of Directors including variance explanations. Assist management with financial information and advisory services when required. Coordinate through streamlined approach, the data collection and workflow management of the annual budget and quarterly forecast process in consultation with Business Unit Managers and the Executive team, to report budget savings andor additional funding required. Contribute to the preparation of complex submissions, regulatory reports and variance commentary when required. About you To see you succeed in this values-led organisation you will have extensive knowledge of accounting principles and financial transactions, coupled with your qualifications and extensive professional experience as a Management Accountant. Appropriate Tertiary qualification Membership (or eligibility to become a member) of CPA Australia or ICAA Unrestricted drivers licence for a motor vehicle. Experience in the operation and maintenance of computerised Financial Management Systems, Technology One knowledge and experience will be highly regarded Knowledge of Customer Service Principles and an understanding of the Privacy Principles and how they apply to the provision of information to customers and third parties. Extensive knowledge of, or the ability to quickly acquire a working knowledge of the following statutes and standards, as they relate to the position Experience in preparation of monthly management and annual statutory reporting requirements What™s great about Seqwater We are committed to providing our people a dynamic work environment with a range of benefits including Competitive remuneration and benefits including up to 12.75 superannuation Diversity of jobs and career progression opportunities A team orientated work environment A range of Health Wellbeing services and initiatives for staff Flexible working arrangements Free parking close to our Ipswich head office This position has been graded in accordance with Seqwaters EBA as an AO7 with a salary of 108,637.97 plus up to 12.75 superannuation Please note a criminal history check will be undertaken prior to an offer being made for this position. To submit your application Submit your cover letter and CV via the Apply button. Applications close 900 AM, 5th November 2018 For further information please contact Pan Naidu on 0466 672 675 Integrity, respect, care and courage are at the heart of the way we work and interact with our colleagues, stakeholders, customers and the communities every day. ˜We are a safe, inclusive workplace that supports diversity and opportunity. We invest in our people and empower them to make decisions and challenge the status quo™ For a list of all current vacancies (including position descriptions) visit careers.seqwater.com.au

location Queensland 4305, Australia


Senior Consultant - IT Audit - Sydney CBD

This large consultancy is currently looking to hire 4 Senior Consultants to work within their IT audit team. As a senior Consultant, your focus will be on delivering IT audit with a divers set of organisation from Finance, retail, Government and others. As a Senior consultant be part of a strong team, you will be responsible to Deliver IT Audit and assurance work. Provide Risk review on specific project Work with internal team in order to achieve specific outcome Mentor more junior team member This is a great position for analysts or consultants who are looking to fast track their career. You will need to be able to demonstrate A proven track record in IT Audit, risk and assurance A strong understanding in Risk framework and compliance Relevant Certification CISA, CRISC, CISM,... Knowledge of IT general controls (ITGC) computer assisted audit techniques IT risk frameworks, COBIT, ISO or even strong ITIL Strong interpersonal and communication skills Degree in ITComputer Science or similar If you believe this is a good time to fast track your career, dont hesitate and send me your last updated CV llambertdecipherbureau.com or give Laurent a call 0432039630 for a confidential discussion.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Performance Tracking Manager

See yourself in our team The Strategic Investments team provides end-to-end project finance and support, from business case to project close, across the ES, RBS and Risk investment portfolios. Our team provides confidence to sponsors, stakeholders and project managers by delivering accurate, timely and insightful knowledge. Reporting to a Senior Manager, your role will see you providing specific project support services which will include concept and business development, financial advice, forecasting and control and performance reporting. Do work that matters Your responsibilities are not limited to but include Manage the delivery of monthly financial reporting for the assigned programmesprojects. Provide analysis of the assigned programmesprojects spend, including comparison of spend against budget and forecast. Review, analyse and constructively challenge the monthly project spend with a view to understanding the status of each project, this includes risks, milestones and financial status. Manage the annual budgeting and monthlyquarterly forecast processes. Build and maintain relationships and trust with the project community to facilitate access to information and provide a contact point back for value added advice to the assigned programmeproject teams. Communicate findings and insights to Strategic Investments management team. Were interested in hearing from people who have BusinessAccounting Degree CA, CPA (or Equivalent) Financial reporting and planning experience required Ability to liaise with senior stakeholders Strong analytical focus and critical thinking skills Project accounting andor IT Finance experience desirable The people, businesses and communities we serve are wonderfully diverse. To reflect this, were committed to hiring a similarly diverse workforce. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, well support you at every stage of your career.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Internal Audit Consultant

Our client Our client is a global leader in the accounting space and is enhancing its service offering to WA clients by providing risk and internal audit solutions. With a focus on growth, the role will provide an amazing opportunity to a suitably experienced Intermediate level audit consultant to progress. The Opportunity The role is an intermediate position supporting the Risk and Internal audit division nationally with a focus on the local Perth client base. Key responsibilities- Analysing records company records and implementing controls Completing audit work papers by documenting audit tests and findings Assisting with preparation of reports for review by PartnerManager Liaising with clients to execute fieldwork, under the supervision of senior staff Testing compliance with established internal control procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation Verifying transactions by comparing items to documentation Identifying internal control, compliance, operational or accounting issues and recommending improvements. The Successful Applicant The successful person must have- Degree qualification in AccountingFinance Partly completed CACPA Program 1.5-3 years experience within a similar position Working knowledge and application of Australian Audit and Assurance Standards Outstanding verbal and written communication skills Well-developed organisational and time management skills Ability to build rapport with a variety of clients and colleagues and Commitment to delivering exceptional client service. This opportunity will provide a stable work environment, career progression and opportunities for further development as well as an excellent remuneration package and additional benefits. If you are interested in this opportunity, please dont hesitate to contact Ross Stephens on 0447 346 883 or apply below.

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


Part-Time Payroll Officer

What™s inside the Blue Box? To have a career with Tiffany Co. makes you a special part in a story of legendary beauty with freedom, wit and joy that has evolved over 180 extraordinary years. Join our Sydney CBD Head Office team as our Part-Time Payroll Officer. As a Payroll Officer, you will operate as the subject matter expert for payroll across the Australian and New Zealand market. This includes calculating commission, payroll journal entries, general ledger input, payroll account analysis, bank reconciliations and national employee headcount reporting. Since 1837. Join the Legacy. Based at our Sydney CBD office, this role will be responsible for Ensuring timely and accurate processing of fortnightly and monthly pay runs, including commission payments. Managing external payroll provider for New Zealand to ensure timely and accurate processing of pay. All administration of the Time Attendance system. Maintaining accurate employee information in Time Attendance system, other relevant databases to ensure correct payments and records. Calculating processing annual merit changes and back pay. End to end management of superannuation for employees, including the Tiffany Co. Superannuation Fund. Overseeing and coordinating all payroll tax remittances to government authorities. Preparing and submitting payroll tax reconciliations. Liaising with vendors to maintain effective systems. Blue Box. White Ribbon. Thats a wrap. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of success in a similar role, along with the following Minimum 5 years of PayrollAccounting experience. Previous experience with PeopleSoft HRPayroll and Meridian (Micropay) Payroll system. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Strong Customer Service skills. In return for your hard work, we can offer A competitive salary generous merchandise benefits Access to In-house Tiffany Co. designed training and development Summer working hours A fun, professional and friendly working environment in beautiful new luxury office. This is just the beginning.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Senior Compliance Analyst

We provide an agile work environment and a career that flexes to your lifestyle Highly consultative business aligned opportunity within our internal facing National Risk Management team Part of a key team in ensuring regulatory and policy compliance of KPMG KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. Our people share a purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. As a compliance professional, you will assist the Regulation Compliance (RC) team to drive sustainable quality compliance outcomes and effectively manage regulatory matters across KPMG. You will also support the team facilitate effective compliance management practices across the firm to help ensure appropriate risk management practices are adopted and implemented. Your new role Working within the RC team, your responsibilities would include Supporting the ongoing maintenance, implementation and review of KPMG™s compliance management framework across the firm. Assisting KPMG™s compliance management activities over regulatory obligations. Performing monitoring and assurance activities to deliver a risk based plan to assess the effectiveness of compliance risk management across the firm. Assisting the preparation, update and review of compliance training modules. Maintaining and updating RC™s guidance materials and support tools. Interacting, supporting and providing guidance to business stakeholders. You bring to the role This role will require you to be commercially mature, articulate, resilient and capable of challenging to create value. You will have Relevant qualifications and experience within a professional services firm andor from industry. Experience in auditing process, compliance or risk management is an advantage. Knowledge and experience in the application of regulatory and industry standards including ISO 19600 “ Compliance Management Systems. Excellent client service skills, including interpersonal, written and verbal communication Good research, problem solving and analytical skills Strong work ethics with the ability to support project management activities would be an advantage Ability to work in a diverse team and build effective relationships and to operate autonomously with minimal guidance needed What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our peoples wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of KPMG and its ongoing success. So if you want a career where you can use your deep expertise to deliver real results, talk to us first. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Assistant Accountant - Payroll

This is an excellent opportunity for a career focused individual to take responsibility for the payroll processing function for multiple hotels, as well as provide support across a broader range of finance disciplines. To be successful in this role, you will be a decisive leader with a track record of success in a target-driven environment. You are a people person who loves to help and develop others, and your impeccable attention to detail and time-management skills are considered your key strengths. This position reports to the Financial Controller and is part of a large and dynamic team of finance professionals based at the ibis Melbourne Hotel Apartments. MISSION In this integral role within the Melbourne Finance Hub, you will be managing the end-to-end payroll function for multiple hotels as well as providing support in other areas including Interpretation of Hospitality Award and applicable hotel EBAs “ ensuring accuracy of payroll data and resolving employee queries. Administration of superannuation and taxation in accordance with legislative requirements. Advising managers on controlling wage costs and managing leave liabilities. Assist accounts payable and accounts receivable teams “ working with the Financial Controller to effectively support and develop colleagues in the department. Administration of applicable reporting obligations across multiple hotels with a strict adherence to deadlines. Updating the balance sheet, lodging BAS and Payroll tax. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS Minimum three years experience working across a variety of finance tasks including payroll Demonstrated understanding of the hotel industry, applicable modern awards and payroll-related legislation Knowledge of Sun, WageEasy, Time Target, Purchase Plus systems an advantage Demonstrated time management skills with a high-level attention to detail Confident advisor and decision maker on payroll-matters. If this sounds like you - apply today We offer great career development opportunities, a fun team environment (including casual Fridays), access to training and global hotel discounts.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Commercial / Business Analyst

Commercial Business Analyst Seven West Media is the leading, listed national multi-platform media business based in Australia comprising Seven Television Pacific Magazines, the countrys second largest magazine group by readership Yahoo7 one of the nations most successful internet platforms, as well as Western Australias leading newspaper, The West Australian and associated WA regional newspapers and radio stations. Be part of our journey. Seven West Media (WA) is seeking a Commercial Business Analyst. Based within the newspaper sales and distribution area, this role will have a working relationship with our team of analysts across the business. This is a brilliant opportunity to hone your analytical and presentation skills within a supportive environment, working with experienced professionals. This challenging opportunity requires the successful applicant to Explore and evaluate wide-ranging initiatives and projects use your curiosity to stretch and challenge the status quo. Build and maintain the sales forecast and department budget and report on progressive performance. Provide decision support on cost revenue initiatives Interpret and analyse data to make assumptions and provide insight and recommendations relating to performance. Prepare and provide clear and succinct written and verbal reports, business cases, proposals and updates as required by senior stakeholders. Develop reporting to track the realisation of benefits against business cases. Stay abreast of market trends and conditions sharing findings with internal stakeholders. Focus on trend recognition and opportunity analysis. Demonstrate attention to detail at all times and especially when working under pressure on multiple priorities to deadline. Contribute to building a culture that is visionary, adaptable and communicative. The essential requirements of the successful applicant Strong interpersonal skills. Tertiary qualifications in a quantitative discipline. Professional presentation skills confident designing reports, writing and presenting to executive-level stakeholders. Experienced in Excel and PowerPoint. Highly determined and committed to improve current processes, systems and reporting. Embrace new learnings and be persistent through challenges. Please apply by submitting your written application including Your CV detailing your qualifications and experience and Your cover letter outlining why you are interested in the position and what skills you have that will make you successful in the position. If you are ready for the opportunity apply now via the link below. Applications close 31 October 2018. For queries regarding the role please contact Jade Moffat on (08) 9482 9211. For queries about your application please contact Human Resources on (08) 9482 3457.

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


Audit and Compliance Officer

Who is South West TAFE? South West TAFE is an education hub with a difference. We bring innovative education and industry insider knowledge together to power talent for tomorrow. To better meet the demands of the fast paced world of 21st Century business, our courses are designed by industry and taught by professionals. Position overviewyour opportunity Full-time (38 hours per week), ongoing position 72,738 per annum, plus superannuation Exciting career opportunity - Warrnambool Campus We have a fantastic opportunity available for a motivated and experienced compliance professional to join our awesome team in the Audit, Risk and Compliance Department in the role of Audit and Compliance Officer. This position works collaboratively with the Audit, Risk and Compliance Manager to ensure we meet our RTO reporting and compliance obligations along with the implementation and monitoring of our endorsed Audit schedule. You will play an active role in complex audit matters and apply your creative problem solving and well developed consulting skills to develop solutions across South West TAFE™s business objectives and obligations. Working in a dynamic environment that thrives on innovation and continuous improvement, you will use your comprehensive knowledge and expertise in the areas of audit investigation and reporting, and act in an advisory and interpretative role. To be successful in this role you will have excellent interpersonal skills to build productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders and be adept at minimising compliance risk. A full position description is available by copying and pasting the below link into a new web browser httpsswtafe.edu.auabout-uscareers-at-swtafeposition-descriptions-for-advertised-vacancies Benefits We strive to be recognised as an employer of choice by providing staff with excellent working conditions and the opportunity for an exciting career. Personal and professional development opportunities include Competitive salaries Community focused employer Extensive staff development Manager and leadership development Staff health wellbeing programs Staff discount program social club Convenient campus locations free parking How to apply To apply, please visit httpsswtafe.edu.aucurrent-vacancies and submit a copy of your current resume, cover letter and a response to the key selection criteria outlined within the position description. For further information please contact Shannyn Carter, Manager Audit, Risk and Compliance on 03 5564 8817. Applications close Sunday 4th November 2018 For assistance with the application process contact People Culture on (03) 5564 8827 or (03) 5564 8830. Working with Children and Police Check compliance is required. South West TAFE supports equal employment opportunity and actively encourages Indigenous applicants to apply.

location Victoria 3280, Australia


Senior Tax Consultant

Our centralised group finance function works closely with all areas of the business to meet strategic objectives, protect our assets, optimise performance and drive financial accountability. The team is focused on delivering strategic finance solutions that support our aspiration to become the worlds leading eCommerce business. In this role you™ll make a key contribution to the Australia Post Taxation team™s ability to provide valued advisory services in a complex tax landscape. You™ll take a lead role in relation to managing our day to day operational tax activities, including internal and external compliance and reporting At Australia Post were always keen to promote a flexible work environment and are happy to consider applicants that are looking for a job share arrangement or part time (4 days) What does the role look like? Manage a broad range of operational tax activities, including taking a key role in the delivery of internal and external tax compliance and reporting obligations. Develop and implement tax operational processes, technology and systems used to support tax calculations, return preparation and reporting obligations. Lead role in driving Tax Automation, Robotics and Machine Learning programs to deliver value added activities and enable improved data management. Support process improvement initiatives and take a pro-active approach to change management. Develop and maintain collaborative and trusted relationships with tax and regulatory authorities, external auditors and professional service providers. Support the Tax Consulting function in managing tax compliance, reporting and integration separation activities with respect to MA or other significant transactions. Support the Tax Risk Governance function in identifying and managing tax risks and operational implementation of the Tax Governance Policy and Tax Risk Management Framework. Clearly identify and document risks and opportunities arising from tax positions recommended. Develop strong working relationships with Tax Group customers and stakeholders (e.g. business partners) to support business initiatives and ongoing business activities, demonstrating a high level of interpersonal and communication skills. Champion the use of data analytics to better understand trendsanomalies and adopt opportunities so that areas that currently have limited tax review. We™re looking for you to have excellent tax experience from either a corporate environment or an advisory perspective, this means you™ll need an in-depth understanding of tax laws and administration, reporting activities and a wider view on operating in a complex business environment. If you™re now looking to move into an innovative business with a unique culture then we would love to talk to you about the opportunity to join our Finance team at Australia Post

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Payroll Officer

Southbank location Full-time basis Monday- Friday - 8.30am to 4.30pm About the role We have a great opportunity to join the Payroll Services Team as a Payroll Officer. This role is a Part Time position, based at our Support Office in Southbank, working Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm. About Japara Japara is one of Australias largest Aged Care providers. With 50 facilities around Australia, Japara is a highly professional organisation where staff are valued and where we all contribute to a warm, inclusive and supportive team culture. Key competencies required Extensive payroll processing experience Must have attention to detail Numerical ability and accuracy Accurate data entry skills (current system in use is AIM and Kronos) Experience using Kronos software Ability to prioritise work and achieve deadlines Ability to interpret awards and relevant legislation Excellent communication and customer service skills Responsibilities of the role will include Processing of the Japara EBA fortnightly payroll Uploading of the Kronos pay files into the AIM payroll software Updating and maintaining payroll records Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries Maintain and review all leave entitlements Interpreting awardsagreements, conditions of employment in relation to the payment of overtime and allowances Payroll reporting which will meet internal business requirements and statutory obligations Calculation and processing of termination payments Processing of adhoc rate increases and the calculation of back pays Manual calculations of all leave accruals i.e. annual leave, sick leave and long service leave Provide basic Kronos support to all facility managers and administration staff To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below All applicants must provide evidence of their right to work in Australia and a valid National Police Check Please note Due to workload considerations we regret that we will only be able to contact shortlisted candidates. We thank all applicants for their interest in our role and in our organisation. Please no unsolicited or agency referrals at this time, thank you

location South Wharf VIC, Australia


Payroll/Project Officer

Place Estate Agents is an award winning (backed by our incredible track record as QLDs most highly awarded real estate) agency built on energy, passion, local knowledge and professionalism. Our business is cutting edge and we are constantly looking to challenge tradition to provide our clients with the best service, advice and products available. We employ over 430 people across multiple offices in south-east Queensland who are recognized in their local communities for their professionalism, expertise and ability to service clients in an ever-changing market. We are currently seeking an experienced payroll officer to manage our payroll across 11 Place Offices. In addition to this you will be working on a payroll project with the view to increase efficiencies within the department. Our end goal is to form a relationship with an external party to manage our payroll process to ensure accuracy and efficiency. Your main responsibility in this role is to manage the payroll process during this six-month period and set up the external payroll process. Key Responsibilities End to end processing of company payrolls. End to end processing of commissions and bonuses Updating and maintaining payroll records. Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries. Payroll administration. Payroll reporting to meet internal and statutory obligations. Manage the outsourcing project from start to finish To be considered you will have Demonstrated end to end payroll processing experience. Customer service focus. Attention to detail. Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills. Numerical ability and data entry skills. Ability to work to deadlines. Strong understanding of payroll and HR legislation and processes. Ability to interpret awards and relevant legislation. Advanced Excel skills. Experience outsourcing payroll This role will be rewarding for the successful candidate with the possibility of receiving a bonus at the end of the contract if the objectives are successful met. This is an opportunity to specialist and join a dynamic organisation with a vibrant culture and future, who genuinely believes that our people are our best asset. APPLY through this job advertisement.

location Brisbane QLD 4169, Australia


Management Accountant - Group Consolidations

The Company This large business has a global footprint, and are in the midst of an exciting period of re-organisation and change. They now require an experienced Management Accountant to play a pivotal role in the function. The Role Operating at Group level, with oversight of a vast operational framework, you will be required to interact with a range of key stakeholders across this complex multi-site business. In a stand-alone capacity, your key responsibilities will include Preparation and consolidation of divisional monthly results to report to the Group. Assistance in the production of both budget and long-term strategic plan. Overseeing all management reporting and developing reporting systems to streamline processes. Timely and accurate preparation of monthly board reports and presentations. Skills and Experience Required This position is suited to an outcome-driven and hands-on finance professional with relevant experience in a complex organisation. It would be desirable to have experience in the services industry with preference given to those with experience in labour based industries. It is critical that you can demonstrate the following Prior experience of consolidating monthly results across a large complex business. Proven ability to prepare financial and operational information to Executive and Board level. Commercial acumen - ability to quickly grasp new concepts and understand the levers of business performance Attention to detail and analytical mindset - the ability to not only spot trends but advise on the potential reasons for those trends. Strong sense of urgency and responsiveness Prior experience with MS Dynamics and Power BI will be highly regarded. Given the likelihood of continued accelerated business growth, it is critical that you can thrive in a demanding environment where the pace of change is fast furious. For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Dominic Cara on (03) 9937 7003. Alternatively, please use the Apply button submitting your CV in MS Word format.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


ANZ Financial Controller

Chemical Industry Global Leader Botany location Allnex is the largest industrial coating resins company in the world with a very broad and innovative product range and state of the art technology portfolio. We manufacture and provide resins, additives and cross linkers for architectural, industrial, protective, and automotive applications and employ around 4,000 people worldwide with a significant presence in Australia and New Zealand. We have a vacancy for someone to lead our Finance function in ANZ with the assistance of a small team. The position covers all aspects of our operations in Australia and New Zealand and reports into the APAC Regional Finance Director located in Asia with the successful applicant also being an integral part of the ANZ Management Team. This is a key leadership role and some of the specific responsibilities include Providing accurate and timely reporting of the Region™s financial performance for presentation to Regional and Global Executives. Supporting the Australasian Executive Team with advice on Financial Strategies, Monthly Operating Performance, Forecasts and Budgets. Providing financial and business plans in the form of short term forecasts, budgets and projections for Australasia. Ensuring compliance with relevant financial and tax regulations and legislation. Recommending improvements in such areas as reporting, internal controls, cost and variance analysis as well as providing sound commercial advice to business leaders. Undertaking detailed analysis of monthly results for EBITDA, working capital and other key performance indicators and identifying important variations and trends Being the key financial contact point for ANZ business queries which impact our global operations Supporting and fostering the development of the ANZ Finance team. This is a position that requires someone with the following attributes Relevant Finance tertiary qualifications combined with CA or CPA qualifications Significant Senior Financial Management experience combined with good people management skills Ability to view and develop strategies on a global and regional scale Sound financial background which includes experience in the manufacturing sector Experience in a variety of reporting tools and ERP environments Strong change management and communication skills A commitment to adhere to deadlines and meet KPI™s A good team player with a œcan do attitude Remuneration is negotiable based on experience and capabilities but will reflect the seniority of the position. Applications should be emailed to recruitmentallnex.com by 5th November. Initial enquiries can be made to Molly Stoneberg, HR Manager on 02 9666 0359. Australian Residents only will be considered and Allnex is an EEO employer

location New South Wales 2020, Australia


(BBS) Business Process Analyst, Sydney Olympic Park (6 months contract)

See yourself in our team Centralised Arcturus Service Team (CAST) has been formed to provide processing, documentation and service support, to East coast customers who are migrating from Bankwest to Business Private Bank (BPB). The team falls under Project Arcturus, the BankWest merger into Business Private Banking which is a high profile and exciting project that requires our best people to make a complex integration simple, whilst we maintain our businesses extraordinary client focus. Do Work That Matters Reporting to the Manager Process Refinement, your role as a Business Process Analyst will work with your team and leader to ensure Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) used by the CAST processing teams are efficient, accurate and accessible to allow them to operate efficiently and at scale. The Process Refinement team own and update the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) used by the CAST team, who perform key activities focused on completing the lending documentation (CCLs), issuing consent documentation, product fulfilment and customer cut-over activities for the transitioning customers. More specifically, you™ll Own and be accountable for the SOPs used by the CAST processing teams Possess an intimate knowledge of the relevant processes as allocated to you by your leader Work with the Incident Manager Exceptions Managers in order to provide guidance on œprocess related incidents Work with the relevant SMEs to draft changes obtain approval before publishing to SharePoint Assist in communicating and, where required, training the CAST teams on the changes made to your processes Process simplification and improvement- ensuring to maintain effective working relationships with the Product SMEs and other BAU teams Were looking for people who Have experience in working with business banking products Are experienced in writing andor updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) ideally for a busy operational environment Can think creatively and to problem solve, develop solutions and share outcomes Demonstrate strong organisational skills, with a demonstrated ability to achieve deadlines and prioritise effectively Are comfortable in working in an agile environment or have a formal qualification in Productivity or Process Improvement Our Culture We™re an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. As an organisation committed to our values, we nurture and support our people through focussing on skill and talent development, teamwork, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and improving the financial well-being of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you.

location Wentworth Point NSW, Australia


Assistant Accountant | Real Estate Management

Company Description Colliers International is a global real estate services firm operating in over 60 countries. We advise people on buying, selling, leasing, managing and valuing real estate all over the world. What sets Colliers apart is not what we do, but how we do it. We think differently and are enterprising. Colliers is the place where creative and entrepreneurial people with high integrity choose to make a difference. Job Description In a stand-alone role reporting to the Finance Manager, the Assistant Accountant is responsible for helping ensure that the data integrity associated with the General Ledger is in line with relevant accounting standards as well as adhering to internal policies and procedures. The scope of the role will include Directly Responsible for the recording, reporting and analysis of the financial performance for the Victorian and South Australian Shopping Centre™s. Responsible for all asset and tenancy data and the preparation of all related tenancy schedules and records to enable the General Manager to manage the asset. Preparation of the annual budget and all subsequent reporting requirements. Preparation of outgoings recoveries. Monthly Accrual Variance Reporting. Review of financials including the posting of general ledger journals (both adjustments and accruals). Month-end closing of properties. Monthly Management Report “ provide financial commentary for Centre Manager™s review. Monthly GST reconciliation and reporting. Trial balance review and reporting. Aged Arrears reconciliations. Assist with audits and ad-hoc projects. Work together with the team, in preparation of monthly results, forecasts and budgets to ensure effective financial management. Qualifications The skills and experience you will bring to this role include This is a great opportunity for someone with 1 or 2 years audit exposure that wants to make the move to a successful Commercial Real Estate business. Excellent Communication skills both Written and Oral, ability to converse with all level of staff from senior level management to technical staff. Worked with multiple stakeholders. Advanced with Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel and MS-Project) Additional Information Colliers International is a leader in global real estate services and a great local success story. Ours is a culture of service excellence and collaboration that provides our people with the ideal platform to engage their clients, develop their skills and accelerate their careers. For you this means a world of opportunity and the power to succeed. Please apply with your CV or call If you require further information, please contact Chrystalla Costi on 02 97703209 for a confidential discussion. Please be advised that applications will only be accepted directly rather than via recruitment agencies.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Manager - Internal Audit - Retail Banking

JS Careers are currently seeking an experienced Internal Audit Manager with experience leading and executing reviews across a retail banking business. This role will provide guidance to staff and will play a key role in managing stakeholders across the group, and in the evaluation of risk and controls. Key responsibilities will include Lead end-to-end reviews in accordance with the annual audit plan. Perform evaluation of risk and controls of business units being audited through discussion with business unit management. Produce internal audit reports with findings and practical recommendations to mitigate the risks identified. Ensure that the group auditing standard is adhered to. Involvement in on-going reviews of major new products system implementations. Provide ad hoc advice to operational units in developing and maintaining a strong control environment. The suitable candidate will possess Relevant accounting qualifications (CPA, CA). 4 + years externalinternal audit experience, preferably with experience in auditing within the retail banking sector. Proven experience managingleading engagement teams. Awareness of regulatorycompliance controls. Sound knowledge of retail banking products and accounting standards. Strong interpersonal skills. For further information, or a confidential career discussion, please contact Mark Reece at JS Careers on (02) 8096 9413 or mark.reecejscareers.com.au

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia