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Principal Audit Reporting | Global Role

At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential. With a global portfolio of operations, we offer a diverse and inclusive environment with extraordinary career opportunities. Our strategy is to focus on creating a safe work environment where our employees feel strongly connected to our values and objectives, and where the capability of our people is key to our success. Come and be a part of this success. About the role The Principal Audit Reporting provides insightful reporting and meaningful analysis for all internal and external stakeholders of Internal Audit, including Board Committees, ELT, Business Risk and Audit Committees, CEAO, and internally to the Function. Engages with external auditors with regard to reporting and external benchmarking. You will conduct all required internalexternal reporting including to the Board, Risk Audit Committee (RAC) and Executive Leadership Team (ELT), conduct analysis of audit data to understand and report trends and themes as well as contribute to the identification of emerging risks. You will also interact with other Assurance functions, Finance and Group Risk to understand the results of their work and the associated impacts on IAA™s reporting and contribute to the design of Dashboard reporting for ELT and other stakeholders as well as the Internal Audit Team. Reporting to the Internal Audit “ VP Strategy and Development, the responsibilities of the role include Engage with relevant stakeholders and oversee Internal Audit™s reporting processes and the preparation of reports for the Board, ELT, External Affairs and within Internal Audit. This includes an extensive reporting suite of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, annual requirements. Analyse audit data and performance to provide meaningful insights for the Board, Executive Team, and Senior Management on the Company™s control environment. Prepare Company-level audit information as an input into external reports (e.g. Annual Report, Sustainability Report and Company prospectuses). Identify and deliver opportunities to continuously improve the quality of audit reporting across the Company, drawing on internal and external networks to understand best practices. Identify changing regulatory requirements that will impact completeness or accuracy of reporting, and contribute to the timely remediation of deficiencies. Contribute to setting and monitoring of functional performance metrics. Contribute to setting reporting templates and routines for the Function. Maintain relationships and engage with external parties (professional standard setters, service providers, peer companies). Assist in the management and implementation of change initiatives as they relate to reporting, including the development of stakeholder dashboards. Undertake Internal Audit Leadership Team ad-hoc initiatives requiring analysis and reporting. Contribute to the content to be included in the development of Dashboard reporting for the ELT and other stakeholders. Work with Data Analytics to enhance data analysis to improve the quality and insights of reporting. About you To be successful in this role, you will ideally have the following skills and experience Bachelor of Commerce Management Finance or Accounting degree and professional accounting designation. CACPACIA or similar qualification with experience in people management within a large, complex and global organisation. Strong understanding of regulatory reporting with experience from the consulting sector. Significant post-qualification experience in a multi-entity, large international corporate environment. Superior communication, facilitation, influencing and interpersonal skills. Excellent analytical skills, and evaluative judgment based on the analysis of factual and qualitative information, in complex situations. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Strong attention to detail and quality control skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to respond to changing priorities from different levels of the organisation. Deep understanding of auditrisk including experience in practice management. Good understanding of relevant legislation and internal and external compliance requirements. Experience in mining, heavy manufacturing andor industrial industry work environments preferred. Supporting a diverse workforce At BHP, we recognise that we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people. We know there are many aspects of our employees™ lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Commercial Analyst

The Commercial Analyst will be responsible for providing research and analytics to the Consumer Product Team and will report to the Head of Commercial Planning. This role will be responsible for supporting the Product Managers in product roadmap development and pricing strategy through the provision of economic models, pricing elasticity models and customer and market research. The role will be fundamental in researching and providing insights into existing customers and on new products andor product innovation that will support the Consumer Product strategy or provide future growth opportunities for the Vocus Consumer business. This role will work with the wider Product team and with the wider Sales Marketing team in establishing the customer needs and developing the business cases for the products that meet those requirements. Key Deliverables Economic modelling of product pricing structures and proposed future changes such as price decreasesincreases or the introduction of new products Customer Market research around product pricing, new products and new categories (e.g. IoT) Customer experience research and journey mapping Product business case development Supporting Head of Product Commercial Planning in managing delivery of the Product Road Map Supporting the Finance Planning Analysis team in development and update of the overall Consumer business™ budgets and forecast updates. Key Skills SQL Tableau experience Commercial strategy analysis Moderate-high level of Excel experience Whats in it for you We offer you an opportunity where you can be part of a team with real opportunities to grow your career in an organisation that truly makes a difference to the Australian businesses and people. You will also have access to excellent benefits

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Audit Manager

Audit Manager We are looking for an experienced Audit Manager to manage our Corporate Audit Services (CAS) team. Reporting to the Head of Internal Audit, the Audit Manager is responsible for leading specific audit assignments across all ING operations. These include running detailed audit plans, risk assessments and testing controls. Whilst leading multiple audits, you will also be assisting with the execution of audit fieldwork according to the CAS Bank methodology. By identifying and negotiating implementation of clear and effective controls that addresses significant risks control deficiencies, you will be responsible for building positive relationships across all facets within the ING business. Responsibilities Assist in preparing risk based audit plans that incorporates the requirements of key stakeholders and identifies risks across the business Perform and lead operational audits in accordance with the approved Audit Plan, while still assisting with execution Monitoring of existing and emerging risks, reporting to responsible management and negotiating outcomes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of internal controls Lead and execute multiple audits to ensure that risks and key recommendations are appropriately monitored and reported Review audit work papers, ensuring high standards of quality and depth of testing About You 7+ years of experience in audit in a retail banking environment Ability to build positive relationships with senior management and where necessary internal stakeholders across all business units of ING Technically competent on audit methodologies, standards and procedures Experience with leading mortgages audits is strongly preferred Management experience About Us At ING, we want to make life simpler and more worthwhile ? for everyone who banks with us, for the people who work with us, and the community at large, too. When you come to work at ING, you?re joining a team where individuality isn?t just accepted, it?s encouraged. We?ve built a culture that?s fun, friendly and supportive ? it?s the kind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you have to offer. We give people the freedom to take risks, think differently, take ownership of their work, and make great things happen. We?re here to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there?s plenty of scope to take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you?ve never considered. People of all ages, sexual orientations, cultures and backgrounds are welcome to apply ? likewise if you?re an indigenous Australian, or you?re living with a disability, or you have family or caring responsibilities. Sound like the kind of place you?d feel at home? We?d love to hear from you. (One last thing, ING operates a direct talent sourcing model. So no agency introductions, please.)

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Pricing Analyst

In addition you will be responsible for the implementation of rate changes across business and retail. Reporting to the Senior Manager - Pricing you will be in...

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


Audit Manager IT

We are a resilient, hardworking and inclusive team You are a team contributor who enjoys working collaboratively We are a supportive, inclusive and diverse workplace About your team The Audit and Assurance team within Bankwest is responsible for auditing a broad range of Bankwest businesses and is split into the Internal Audit and Credit Portfolio Assurance (CPA) teams. Internal Audit undertakes reviews across all areas and divisions of the bank, focussing on key processes within the Personal and Business Banking (including the StoresBranch network), Customer Experience, Products, Operations, Finance, Risk Management and Technology Transformation divisions. CPA provides an independent view over the credit quality of our Portfolios. This position will be within Internal Audit which is made up of professionals from varied backgrounds and expertise expected to cover various areas within the bank and hence you must be adaptable and willing to learn. What does success look like Reporting to the Senior Audit Manager, Technology your role is to Develop and manage customer relationships while maintaining audit independence, execute high quality, risk-focused assurance work which provides management with powerful insights and recommendations for improving the control environment in line with Group strategic objectives, identify, draft and theme accurate and timely observations for weekly reporting to customers, and make recommendations to improve and simplify internal control processes. You will also identify commercial insights for the customer related to the business area or function being audited, develop internal relationships within CBA AA to enable effective knowledge and resource sharing, and integrate knowledge and assurance provided by other Line 1-2 risk functions and the External Auditors when undertaking audit fieldwork. What will help you succeed Tertiary qualification in Commerce, Business or Technology related fields Professional qualifications in Information Technology (e.g. CISSP, CISM, CISA, ITIL) Experience in auditing IT operating systems, database technologies and cloud-based environments is highly desirable. 5+ years of experience in auditing IT controls with a strong knowledge in areas such as Information security IT architecture and design Software development Identity and access management Information security assurance Penetration testing Cybersecurity Systems Resilience and Availability If this sounds like you - please apply today At CommBank, we™re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the customers, businesses and communities we serve. As a value™s driven organisation, we nurture and support our people through focussing on skill and talent development, collaboration, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and enhancing the financial wellbeing of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you.

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


Internal Audit Manager | Internal and IT Audit | CBD

The Company Our client is large national business operating across several different markets and product channels. Group turnover exceeds 2 Billion annually and they aspire to be market leader in all the sectors in which they operate. The company is growing strongly, and it is a great opportunity to join as they continue to expand. The Role Reporting to the Director of Internal Audit, you will be responsible for assessing key risk exposures and providing advice to mitigate risk. Significant outcomes will include Preparing and planning audits of critical business processes. Documenting current systems and processes, carry out testing. Establishing best practice control frameworks, commercially value-added solutions, and riskcontrol facilitation exercises. Working within a team to ensure that business processes are efficient, effective and appropriately controlled. Identify business issues by working collaboratively with a variety of internal stakeholders. Conduct analysis to draw fact-based conclusions. Collaborating with stakeholders to recommend process improvements that achieve best practice results for the enterprise. Your Profile Ideally you will be a CA qualified Internal AuditRisk professional, with experience working at a professional services firm, or large commercial organisation. You will have an excellent performance track record and have the ambition to advance your career within a fast-growing organisation. If this sounds like you, please get in touch for a confidential discussion. Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne office on 03 9691 36 31. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services httpwww.roberthalf.com.aurecruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference No 06810-0010650033RF

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Chief Financial Officer

Location Darwin, NT Position number CF01 Total package Attractive remuneration package offered (including motor vehicle) Contract term 3 years The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the overall financial and accounting functions of the Northern Land Council (NLC), risk management and administration services of the NLC. Working across Australia™s largest peak Indigenous organisation, you will develop and implement policies, systems, processes and procedures to ensure compliance, accountability and best practice standards throughout NLC operations. As a member of the Leadership Group, you will be expected to provide a high degree of leadership and governance, and contribute to planning and implementation of strategic and business plans, in line with the NLC™s vision, values and goals. The NLC is currently undergoing an extensive reform agenda, this position is responsible for identifying issues and opportunities for the NLC, overseeing change management initiatives, whilst ensuring best practice outcomes are delivered. The successful applicant will have tertiary qualifications and be a member of a professional body such as Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia or CPA Australia. The applicant must be able to demonstrate extensive senior management experience with a minimum of 5 years™ in a similar role. A post graduate degree in finance or business will be highly regarded. You will be expected to develop and maintain effective and sound working relationships with the Commonwealth and Northern Territory Government agencies, other externalinternal stakeholders and NLC Council members, to maintain satisfaction and confidence in the NLC. Knowledge of Aboriginal culture and society and the issues affecting Aboriginal people is highly desirable, as is the ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people. Applications close COB Monday 5 November 2018 Contact person Joe Morrison (08) 8920 5110

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


Supply Chain Analyst - Commercial Finance

Reporting to our Commercial Finance Manager, the Supply Chain Analyst is pivotal in assisting our Distribution and Procurement teams in achieving business objectives. The position is responsible for providing informed financial insight across our storage, freight, direct and indirect materials. Opportunities to add value in this role include Delivery of reporting requirements including preparation of monthly reporting, analysis and insights Preparation of insights and commentary for reporting and forecasting purposes Financial responsibility for the inventory within the supply chain network including reporting and internal controls Drive improvement strategies in own area and responsibility for tracking and evaluation methodologies including cost centre spend Oversight of freight and storage rates for financial analysis. The successful candidate will be confident, articulate and able to demonstrate in-depth understanding of key drivers of business performance and finance tools. Ideal candidates will demonstrate the ability to influence business outcomes as well as partner side by side in an operational area. Degree qualified you will have gained experience working in cross functional teams with a preference for experience in the Supply Chain space and FMCG. An understanding of end to end financial reporting and budgeting as they relate to operational activities is critical, coupled with the confidence and ability to partner effectively with a broad range of stakeholders both in finance and the broader business. Based in Ballarat alongside our Supply Chain with some travel required to local sites.

location Invermay Park VIC, Australia


Finance Director

Our client is an integrated full-service provider and a trusted partner of many leading pharmaceutical companies globally. With a highly experienced and committed management team, now is a brilliant opportunity for a commercially focused FD to be an influential driver in their next impressive growth phase. Reporting to the Global VP Finance and partnering closely with key operational leaders, you will be responsible for providing meaningful management information and performance analysis reporting across the business. Your financial and commercial acumen will be a significant value-add in supporting the organisation™s delivery of innovative growth initiatives. Key areas of responsibility will include Full responsibility for the governance and financial control of the business. Overseeing monthly reporting and providing commentary on financial results and performance. KPI and financial analysis. Supporting business planning, budgeting and forecasting. Cashflow and working capital management. Providing relevant leadership to the senior leadership group and finance team. Management of key external professional relationships. Drive corporate governance frameworks, including systems, policies, procedures and internal controls. We are seeking a CACPA qualified senior finance professional with outstanding people skills and desire to be part of a close knit and motivated team of professionals. Whilst strong technical accounting skills will ensure the financial integrity of the numbers, your commercial acumen will be critical to your success in this role. Crucially, you are a natural leader with a depth of experience managing diverse teams and have the confidence and credibility to engage effectively and build relationships with senior executives and operational stakeholders. You will demonstrate the ability to constructively challenge assumptions and partner collaboratively to drive an impressive range of growth initiatives. This is a tremendous leadership opportunity for a strong relationship builder seeking to develop their career in a global company that makes a difference. To apply online please follow the link below. Alternatively for a confidential discussion, please contact James Carswell on 0413 723 383.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Assistant Accountant

UGL Unipart Rail Services Pty Ltd (UGL Unipart) was founded in December 2011 as a Joint Venture between UGL (Australia) and Unipart Rail (UK). UGL Unipart operates a Rail Maintenance Facility at Auburn where it maintains rolling stock for Sydney Trains, Transport for New South Wales and other rail operators. Reporting to the Senior Management Accountant, UGL Unipart has an opening for Assistant Accountant to join our Transport Technology division on initial 12 months fixed term contract with potential to go permanent. The key responsibilities of this role are to manage the timely and accurate processing and invoicing of accounts and filing of contractual documentations. You will be supporting the wider finance team and the senior management accountant, collating all financial information to be included in the monthly progress claims and be involved in preparing the monthly financial reports. We are seeking a candidate with a Degree or Diploma in Accounting who has 1-2 years accounting work experience in an office environment. Experience with SAP is favourable but most importantly, we are after an energetic candidate with a positive can-do attitude. If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role, then please apply now via the button. Job Ref No 234023

location Auburn Rd, Auburn NSW 2144, Australia


Finance Manager

Salary range 117,129.76 - 137,238.62 per annum Location - Erina, Newcastle or Tamworth Are you looking for flexibility? Do you enjoy making a difference for your community? Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) is a government funded not-for-profit organisation. We employee highly motivated and passionate people who work together to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities. Key Requirements We are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and driven Finance Manager to manage a small team to provide effective, efficient and integrated day to day operational financial management, accounting and administrative services in collaboration with other HNECC staff. The ideal applicant will be a hands on finance professional with outstanding team leader and communicator skills, with highly developed interpersonal and written skills. The applicant will also be committed to and enjoy the development of continuous improvement opportunities to ensure the finance processes remain relevant and effectively support the organisation to achieve its strategic objectives. The position is a full time fixed term contract until 30.06.2021 (pending Commonwealth funding agreements). Why Work for the PHN? The PHN is a values driven organisation and we are proud of our culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff, such as Salary packaging up to 15,900 Professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements Supportive team environment Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals Health Wellbeing initiatives Additional Leave for Family Community responsibilities Additional paid leave between the Christmas and new year period Opportunities to be innovative If this role sounds appealing, we would love to hear from you. To Apply Go to the web address below to access our Jobs Board Choose the position you would like to apply for. There is a Position description underneath the ad for viewing. Click the Apply Now button NOT the Seek apply Once you have entered all personal information and Resume (cover letter not essential) then click submit. External Job Board httpshcm613.peoplestreme.nethneccphn2ne2017erecexternal.asp You will then be required to complete the screeningselection criteria questions. You only have one attempt at this section. Please answer all questions provided as this is a requirement of all applications For any enquiries about the role please contact Melissa Hayes or Lorin Livingstone, Executive Manager Corporate Services on 1300 859 028 or at mhayeshneccphn.com.au Applications Close 9am Monday 5 November 2018 Salary includes base salary (Level 5 98,197.30 - 116,231.17), superannuation and full utilisation of salary packaging. Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience and qualifications

location North Gosford NSW 2250, Australia


Internal Auditor

Location Perth, Western Australia Salary Dependent upon experience Perseus Mining Limited, is a West African gold explorer, developer and gold producer listed on both the ASX and TSX. The Perseus Group operates the Edikan Gold Mine in Ghana, the Sissingué Gold Mine in Cote dIvoire and has finalised the Feasibility Study for the Yaouré Gold Project, also in Cote dIvoire. Perseus values its people and offers rewarding and diverse career opportunities for aspiring candidates in the international gold mining industry. We invite applications from a qualified and experienced Internal Auditor, who will have the opportunity to materially contribute to the development of Perseus by overseeing and performing the internal audit function across the Group and, in addition, to recommend, develop and implement control improvements based on those audit findings. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and key responsibilities include but are not limited to Preparation of internal audit plans based on risk assessment of each business line. Execution of internal audits on Ghanaian, Ivorian and Australian entities. Identification of solutions and recommendations to mitigate risks identified. Preparation and presentation of audit findings report to the audit and risk committee. Provide recommendations to management where appropriate. Ensure compliance monitoring and internal controls are in place, including processes for management of operational risk, in accordance with Group policy and regulatory standards. Design and develop control improvements based on audit findings. Manage the validation and implementation of control improvements. Assist with the development and maintenance of Group risk management systems and processes. Participate as a team member and provide support to senior management where required. The following qualifications and experience are an essential requirement of this role 8-10 years relevant previous experience in a similar corporate position in a multinational company or recognised accounting firm. Previous experience in driving change and explaining complex issues to non-finance employees. Tertiary qualifications in AccountingCommerce. Member of an Australian Professional Accounting body or international equivalent. Experience with Pronto. A good level of competency at utilising the Microsoft Office Suite and business databases. You must have a high standard of personal integrity, professionalism and attention to detail and be a motivated team member with a positive attitude and an effective communication style. You will also bring to the team an enthusiasm for understanding and educating others on good accounting practice and principles. This role is Perth based however international travel will be required. Applications must include a resume and brief covering letter to be submitted to jobsperseusmining.com on or before 5pm on 02 November 2018. While responding please quote Internal Auditor in the subject of your email. Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time.

location Subiaco WA 6008, Australia


Finance Manager

Salary range 117,129.76 - 137,238.62 per annum Location - Erina, Newcastle or Tamworth Are you looking for flexibility? Do you enjoy making a difference for your community? Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) is a government funded not-for-profit organisation. We employee highly motivated and passionate people who work together to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities. Key Requirements We are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and driven Finance Manager to manage a small team to provide effective, efficient and integrated day to day operational financial management, accounting and administrative services in collaboration with other HNECC staff. The ideal applicant will be a hands on finance professional with outstanding team leader and communicator skills, with highly developed interpersonal and written skills. The applicant will also be committed to and enjoy the development of continuous improvement opportunities to ensure the finance processes remain relevant and effectively support the organisation to achieve its strategic objectives. The position is a full time fixed term contract until 30.06.2021 (pending Commonwealth funding agreements). Why Work for the PHN? The PHN is a values driven organisation and we are proud of our culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff, such as Salary packaging up to 15,900 Professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements Supportive team environment Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals Health Wellbeing initiatives Additional Leave for Family Community responsibilities Additional paid leave between the Christmas and new year period Opportunities to be innovative If this role sounds appealing, we would love to hear from you. To Apply Go to the web address below to access our Jobs Board Choose the position you would like to apply for. There is a Position description underneath the ad for viewing. Click the Apply Now button NOT the Seek apply Once you have entered all personal information and Resume (cover letter not essential) then click submit. External Job Board httpshcm613.peoplestreme.nethneccphn2ne2017erecexternal.asp You will then be required to complete the screeningselection criteria questions. You only have one attempt at this section. Please answer all questions provided as this is a requirement of all applications For any enquiries about the role please contact Melissa Hayes or Lorin Livingstone, Executive Manager Corporate Services on 1300 859 028 or at mhayeshneccphn.com.au Applications Close 9am Monday 5 November 2018 Salary includes base salary (Level 5 98,197.30 - 116,231.17), superannuation and full utilisation of salary packaging. Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience and qualifications

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Business Partner - Finance

About Orica Orica is the world™s largest provider of commercial explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas and construction markets, a leading supplier of sodium cyanide for gold extraction, and a specialist provider of ground support services in mining and tunnelling. Orica has a diverse workforce of around 11,500 employees and contractors, servicing customers across more than 100 countries. Our purpose is to make our customers successful, every day, all around the world. We take pride in operating safely, responsibly and sustainably. Together, these enable us to grow and create enduring value for our shareholders. About the Role Orica™s Regional Finance Group are on the lookout for a Business Partner - Finance to join the team at our Yarwun manufacturing site which is located approximately 9 km west of Gladstone CBD. The Global Manufacturing Supply Chain Finance Group exists to support Orica in the successful execution of the business strategy, by supporting on-the-ground operational and financial performance of Orica manufacturing supply chain business units. Reporting to the Senior Manager Finance for Manufacturing and supported by a friendly team of experienced Orica finance experts, the successful candidate will provide leadership and coordination of the finance function for Orica™s Yarwun facility. The role is responsible for improving business performance that results in improved shareholder value through provision of quality management accounting and financial analysis, whilst influencing and driving continuous improvement in financial reporting and site accountability around financial performance. In addition to performance reporting analysis, a critical part of the role is Finance Business Partnering where you will be an integral member of the site manufacturing management team. The successful candidate will have the ability to build and maintain excellent working relationships with a range of Orica™s Manufacturing Business Leaders, in doing so providing continual financial support, advice and solutions. What you will be doing Ensuring all activities are conducted at or above the companies SHEC standards Maintaining and improving financial frameworks and simple measures for tracking manufacturing performance Ensuring manufacturing costs are properly accounted for consistently, and in compliance to policy standards Play a key contribution to the Orica mandated annual budget process in the region including preparation and analysis Take a front seat in the mandated financial forecasting process in the region including preparation and analysis Proactively identify and implement improvements to financial reporting and analysis Work closely with the site and finance team members, in order to achieve superior results Develop stakeholder relationships that ensure confidence in business and project outcomes Educate site employees in financial management concepts that can be applied on a day-to-day basis. What you will bring Relevant tertiary qualification in Accounting, Business or Commerce discipline Professional designation CA or CPA Experience with SAP (essential) Minimum 3 years management accounting experience Strong financial modelling and analytical skills with high attention to detail Intermediate to advanced Excel skills Standard costing experience A personal and professional attitude Excellent communication and presentation skills. What we offer The opportunities, facilities and environment associated with working in an international organisation Career paths that are totally flexible allowing you to specialise or become a generalist A diverse workplace where your unique abilities and talents will be recognised and encouraged Training programs, opportunities and initiatives to ensure your continued growth Competitive salary packages.

location Mount Alma Rd, Inkerman QLD 4806, Australia


Group Tax Manager

Our purpose is to provide innovative and low cost solutions across the mining infrastructure supply chain, by operating with integrity and respect, working in partnership with our clients, our customers, our people and the community. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our vision to be recognised as one of the great Australian companies and a leading provider of innovative and sustainable mining services. What you can expect from MRL Due to our continued growth through 2018 and beyond, we are seeking an experienced Manager “ Group Taxation to join our Applecross based Finance team. Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, the Manager “ Group Taxation will be responsible for overview, compliance and reporting for all aspects of the Group™s Direct and Indirect taxation matters, including identification and review of the taxation impacts of mergers, acquisitions and disposals. This role will require an effective communicator who is both strategic and hands-on and can engage effectively with individuals and teams across a diverse organisation. What we expect from YOU Identification and review of taxation impacts of mergers, acquisitions and disposals. Accuracy of Tax Effect accounting balances (shared responsibility with the Corporate Finance Manager). Entity and Group Income Tax return preparation and consolidation. Entity and Group GST compliance and review of BAS returns. Fuel Tax Credit claims. Individual Income Tax advice (novated leases, salary packaging etc.). Employee related tax compliance including Payroll Tax and Superannuation. RD returns. FBT returns. What YOU will bring Tertiary accountingtax qualification. CACPA membership. Minimum 5 years post qualification experience. Excellent communication, organisational and problem solving skills. What MRL offers YOU One Team - Work in a supportive, diverse team environment, with generous employee benefits on offer including chain store discounts and salary sacrificing options. High Performing “ A workplace that lives and breathes a strong safety culture, with life of mine projects extending 20+ years. Entrepreneurial - Genuine career development opportunities. If you believe that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now for a confidential chat with our Recruitment Team. Shortlisting will commence immediately. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time, unless specifically requested. Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply. This role is eligible for the MRL internal referral program. About MRL As an ASX 200 and perennial high performing company, Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) is an Australian based leader in the performance and delivery of diversified mining services and minerals processing, underpinned by a growing world-class portfolio of mining operations across multiple commodities including iron ore and lithium.

location Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia


Associate Director/Director – Financial Management Advisory

Work with our clients to enhance the operation of their finance functions Work with Finance leaders to build more efficient and effective Finance functions that provide more value to the business Collaborate with sector and technology experts to grow your knowledge and network 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. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. KPMG™s Management Consulting division continues to experience growth and client demand and we™re seeking an experienced individual for our Financial Management Advisory practice in Brisbane. The role will call for considerable experience of leading transformational change across finance operations. As today™s finance functions work hard to provide even deeper value to their business, they are shifting their focus outward to activities that support better decision making and performance. They must create efficiencies to gather and process basic financial data, and continue to deliver traditional financial outputs “ while at the same time redeploying limited resources to strategic activities. At KPMG, we work with our clients to enhance the operation of their finance functions, their value to the business, and to position their finance teams for lasting success. Your new role You™ll play a key role in the development of our client relationships in Queensland and in embedding a culture that supports the development of our exceptional people. Your role will see you Focus on business development through maintaining strong relationships with clients during and post engagements and through building strong professional networks Developing compelling and differentiated value propositions in opportunity pursuits Work in collaboration with colleagues across the wider Financial Management team nationally and our broader service lines to leverage expertise and innovation Overseeing complex client engagements, acting as a key contact with senior stakeholders Bring passion and deep expertise that positions you as an inspirational role model and leader in the Financial management Advisory team Supporting a high performance culture to consistently deliver quality outcomes for clients and great development opportunities for junior colleagues How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills experience could include Relevant tertiary qualification(s) “ e.g. Finance, Accounting andor technology An MBA or advanced degree is advantageous Experience in accounting and leading finance transformation projects that are likely to cover - Shared Service and Outsourcing Solutions, - Enterprise Performance Management Solutions - LEAN finance principles to drive efficiencies - Robotics and process automation - Business intelligence tools and data analytics techniques Highly developed report writing, communication and presentation skills must also be at a high standard Ability to prepare business development material, including proposals, case studies and other sector specific material The ability to engage, lead and inspire your team to achieve personal success and great results for the business Exceptional verbal and written communication skills A highly collaborative approach and the confidence and impact to influence diverse senior stakeholders in a complex, matrix organisation structure The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to ˜Flexibility™ allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience KPMG Flexibility empowers wellbeing link removed Flexibility enables contribution to the community link removed Flexibility inspires technology link removed innovation Flexibility link removed supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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


Chief Financial Officer

About the Company Since 2006 our client has been enriching lives and communities by providing homes for people in need. Our client knows that the underlying issues in social housing cannot be addressed solely by increasing the supply of affordable housing. It is their goal to work with tenants, community, government and other service providers to reduce demand for social housing by supporting tenants and residents to make a positive exit from the system. One of the largest community housing providers in Western Australia, our client provides a stimulating, positive and supportive work environment in what can sometimes be a challenging sector. The successful candidate will work with professional and empathetic people who understand that providing a safe and secure home has the potential to change lives. Our client has a very clear set of values to assist staff in their day-to-day dealings with tenants, residents, stakeholders and other staff. About the Role Following the retirement of the existing Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Company Secretary, this opportunity comes at an exciting juncture for the business as it readies itself for its next phase of growth. The CFO Co-Sec role is responsible for the overall financial sustainability of the organisation leading the development and execution of financial strategies which shape and deliver on the company™s long-term objectives. The role incorporates the Company Secretary position with responsibility for corporate governance, the organisation™s compliance framework and strategic risk management. Core to the role is the provision of leadership, direction and management to the Finance Team and across the organisation as a member of the Executive Team. Whilst commercial acumen is critical, a natural capacity to treat others with compassion, fairness and respect at all times is of equal importance. Our client aims to make a positive impact on the lives of tenants and requires a leader with a genuine passion and commitment to helping the organisation make a difference in the community. Job Requirements To be considered for this exciting opportunity you will possess the following Tertiary qualifications and CPACA accreditation. Highly developed technical accounting, taxation and financial management skills and business acumen. Working knowledge of corporate governance, treasury, risk and insurance management. Significant (5+ years) Senior Executive leadership and Company Secretary experience in a similar role with demonstrated capability to drive organisational performance and efficiency, develop strategies to manage financial, strategic and operational risks and identify opportunities to develop the business. Proven stakeholder relationship management, including experience in working with, advising andor supporting Boards, preferably with non-for-profit exposure. A genuine interest in the wellbeing the organisation™s clients in the community Benefits In return, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package including competitive salary, salary packaging and the opportunity to be part of a long-standing community services organisation. How to Apply To apply for this opportunity, please submit a Resume and Covering Letter by close of business on Friday 26th October 2018. Click the Apply link on SEEK or apply via our website Vacancies page at www.anson.com.auvacancies Confidential enquiries may be directed to John Broweleit on (08) 6242 0304 or via email jbroweleitanson.com.au To request a candidate briefing pack, please email jashmananson.com.au with the position title in the subject line. Please also include your full name and contact details in the email so that we may register your interest in the role. Note All enquiries and applications will be treated in confidence. Details of our privacy policy are available at www.anson.com.au

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


Business Services Accountant - 2-3 years experience

Our Client Our client is a Boutique Accounting practice based close to West Perth who offer a suite of services. As a part of their ongoing growth they are looking to add an Intermediate level tax and business services accountant to their professional team. They are offering a generous remuneration package for the successful applicant, CACPA support as well as opportunity for further career progression and training. Role and responsibilities Preparation of tax returns and financial statements for individuals, companies, trusts and partnerships. Working directly with clients and providing solutions on general tax matters. Providing assistance in the preparation of cash flow forecasts and researching tax matters where required. Liaising with and building relationships with clients, the ATO and other bodies as relevant and required. Providing advice to a large and varied client base. The Ideal Candidate Requirements 2-3 years experience Part CPACA qualified with 2-3 units successfully completed Excellent written and oral communication skills Experience in dealing with complex groups Division 7aUPE™s exposure and knowledge is desirable Team player Motivated to build a public practice career If you feel you have what the role requires as well as the drive to succeed and progress your career in the longer term, then please dont hesitate to contact Ross Stephens on 0447 346 883 to discuss this great opportunity further

location Curtin Stadium, Bentley WA 6102, Australia


R&D Tax Assistant Manager / Manager

Great opportunity to join a leading international firm who offer the full range of accounting services ranging from audit and tax to corporate finance and restructuring. It includes a highly successful RD team who are enjoying a period of growth and diversification offering you an exciting career path and scope for rapid progression. As an Assistant Manager Manager you will report directly to a dynamic Director and help manage the team. The team offers help with all areas of RD Tax to a diverse, high quality client base. You will be hands-on but gain high level exposure and work closely with key senior executives and external stakeholders, as well as liaise with other divisions internally. This role would be a great move for a qualified accountant with 5+ years RD Tax experience, excellent interpersonal problem solving skills, and the desire to keep learning and progressing. As well as a generous salary package you will enjoy a great work culture, ongoing training development, and a high degree of responsibility. To find out more please call Bruce Macaulay on 0412 546 639 or email your resume to brucekingstonlewis.com.au

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Consultant - Tax

About BDO BDO is the largest mid-market professional service provider globally, 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 Tax team provide advisory and compliance services from private domestic groups to large multinationals. As a Tax Consultant you will provide specialist tax advice and compliance services to a wide range of clients. Reporting to the Partner, you will have responsibility for managing assignments and building lasting client relationships. Duties and Responsibilities Tax compliance including preparation of tax returns, statements of taxable income and tax effect accounting Taxation planning Taxation of trusts, including AREITs and MITs, preparation and review of distribution statements Research and support for negotiations settlements with Tax Office CGT losses Fringe benefits tax Provide commentary to Federal Treasury, Australian Taxation Office and the media on recent developments in taxation Prepare and present tax technical papers to clients and other public practitioners What you will need to succeed Tertiary qualification in Accounting, or Business majoring in Accounting 1 “ 3 years corporate tax experience Strong tax compliance experience Part way or near completion of CA Program Strong commitment to quality service and client relationships Ability to work autonomously and commitment to delivering an excellent product Ability to work well as a team Ability to use tax product and MS Office proficiently and efficiently Solid writing and analytical skills with interest to develop these further Ability to liaise at all levels of an organisation, and with clients Strong research skills Excellent interpersonal skills Microsoft Office WordExcelPowerPointOutlook APS Tax Manager MYOB What we can offer you In addition to an industry competitive salary package, BDO offers a culture that emphasises career growth, professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility and global opportunities. To submit your application please click Apply Now Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us, however we do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible. If we find that we do need agency assistance, we™ll be in touch.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia