About USG Boral Boral and USGs plasterboard and ceilings joint venture, USG Boral Building Products, brings together Borals leading plasterboard manufacturing and distribution footprint in Asia and Australia with USGs world-leading building products technologies and strategic assets in Asia and the Middle East. The 5050 joint venture leverages the two companies iconic brands, complementary geographic footprints and technological expertise to deliver a unique portfolio of building products across 12 countries spanning Asia, Australasia and the Middle East. Due to maternity leave, USG Boral Australia is seeking a Senior Statutory and Tax Accountant to join their Finance Services team for a 12-month contract based in the Parramatta area. Reporting to the Finance Centre Manager, your primary responsibilities will be the preparation and submission of full and half yearly statutory reports and tax requirements. Key responsibilities include Manage the submission of half yearly statutory financial reports and additional regulatory reporting for USG ensuring they adhere to relevant accounting policies and standards Prepare all relevant tax calculations and submissions for both internal and external taxation requirements Prepare the Research and Development tax claims, reports and submissions Identify facilitate the effective resolution of Tax Accounting issues Manage the submission of monthly financial reports to the corporate office in Malaysia About you CA or CPA qualified (Professional Services experience preferred) Sound knowledge and understanding of Australian Taxation Law and Accounting Standards. (experience with US GAAP reporting a plus) 5+ years™ local experience with a focus on tax and statutory accounting Demonstrable focus on driving improvements in process and a thorough understanding of best practice Ability to manage own performance including skills in time management and managing workload priorities. Proven analytical, problem-solving and process management skills This position offers a challenging and exciting career with an industry leader and provides genuine career growth opportunities. This is an opportunity to work in a team environment within an organisation dedicated to the development and safety of our employees. If you are interested in this role please click APPLY SK940150A
Sydney NSW 2142, Australia
Located in Albert Road, South Melbourne Permanent full time opportunity Join us and thrive Australian Unity is a national health, wealth and living mutual company providing products and services designed to help people thrive. More than one million Australians have created a brighter future with us. We are a mutual organisation with 280,000 members, more than 7000 employees and generating more than 2 billion in revenues per annum. Your Role An exciting opportunity has become available within our Group Finance Strategy function for a Tax Manager. Reporting directly to the Senior Tax Manager, you will play a key role in supporting our Wealth Capital Markets business. You will primarily be involved in the management of taxes within the Wealth Capital Markets business, ensuring that the investment portfolio is structured in the most appropriate way to optimise the net of tax outcomes for investors and reduce tax risks, including and not limited to Taxation risk management Advice Compliance Tax distribution Policy Tax reform Staff and stakeholder management To be successful in securing this role you will have Bachelor of Business and or Law coupled with a CA or CPA qualification Strong and proven experience in Funds Management products (i.e. Trust Tax law) and a broad range of taxation maters (Income Tax, GST etc) Advanced trust tax advisory skills Strong GST compliance knowledge Strong stamp duty advisory skills Advanced Microsoft Excel capability Strong data and systems skills The ability to achieve continuous improvement Your work at Australian Unity will be focused on helping others to thrive, and so we seek to create a work environment that supports you to thrive in your career. We operate with commercial principles and with a strong social purpose to create community value. The culture at Australian Unity is one that truly operates from its values of Bold, Warm and Honest and we are keen to connect as a priority with those who align with this. We also offer a broad range of benefits and incentives. Join us and thrive
Moorabbin Airport Corporation, 66 Bundora Parade, Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194
PERTH or BRISBANE Location Purpose of Position Support FPA in both Australia East Australia West Services locations through the delivery of timely, accurate and relevant reporting and analysis, including preparation and review of forecasts. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES OF POSITION Advisor Advise and engage with key stakeholders in AUE and AUW, in particular Location Management Influence location stakeholder decision making through the delivery of timely, relevant and accurate reporting and analysis Advise and support system and process matters that may impact FPA activities and the ability to report timely and accurately Reporting Support the delivery of weekly location reporting and analysis through Microsoft PowerBI in AUE and AUW, as coordinated by the respective Location FPA Managers. Set-up and participate in regular meetings with stakeholders in both locations to discuss results and any exceptions Support the month end close for AUE and AUW by preparing all necessary month end journals, reconciliations and commentary for review by the respective Location FPA Manager Support the annual budget and quarterly forecast process for AUE and AUW by working with service unit managers to develop their budget forecast. Review submissions with the respective Location FPA manager prior to entry into Hyperion Measure key KPIs for relevant location stakeholders and provide regular feedback Perform ad-hoc analysis for the location leadership teams as requested by the Location FPA Manager Governance Periodically access the internal financial control structure in AUE and AUW and highlight any exceptions with the respective Location FPA Manager Maintain an appropriate level of professional scepticism when reviewing information collated from the business and external sources Ensure appropriate checks and balances have been performed prior to the release of reporting (budget, forecast, monthly and weekly) to the necessary stakeholders Continuous Improvement Identify process and system improvements in AUE and AUW and assist the respective Location FPA manager with implementation ESSENTIAL SKILLS COMPETENCIES REQUIRED Job Specific A recently qualified accountant with a track record of success. Experience in FPA andor commercial support would be advantageous. Experience in a large publicly traded company, multi-location environment (similar industrysector is advantageous) Ability to flex between a strong eye for the detail and recognising the bigger picture Promote awareness on financial integrity and internal controls within Finance Ensure compliance with WorleyParsons policies and procedures. Supports internal and external Audit processes Identify improvement opportunities in relation to People - Process - Technology Intermediate to advanced Excel skills Experience with a large ERP environment such as Oracle, SAP or Hyperion Excellent interpersonal and people management skills with strong influencing ability and the ability to gain the confidence of senior management at global, regional and location level Standard Competencies Understands how the business delivers value to shareholders, what drives profitability and what increases growth Negotiates successful outcomes that achieve the required objectives and have the support and acceptance of all parties Pro-active, goal oriented with excellent attention to detail Excellent customer focus and able to consistently meet WorleyParsons and its customer needs Effectively manages change A person of integrity who is trusted by others and consistently honours their commitments Able to identify issues, problems and opportunities make timely decisions develop appropriate and innovative solutions and ask for assistance if required Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including the ability to convey information and ideas to individuals and groups, and make presentations when required Demonstrates initiative and a willingness to learn and continuously improve on performance Able to work on multiple projects of various size and complexity Able to work effectively in small to large multi-disciplinary teams, and share and transfer knowledge within teams Required Analytical and problem solving skills with an ability to interpret business and technical requirements to a broad audience of stakeholders Good business acumen, strong relationship building skills and a pragmatic nature Strong financeaccounting background and data analytics and good understanding of project and operation management 0-3 years post CACPA qualification experience Ability to work under broad or limited direction in setting work priorities Ability to exercise independence of action and decisions
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
The Company Sterling NT is a growing Territory business offering a diverse portfolio of services in the property sector. We have an open, collaborative culture. We work hard, but have fun along the way. The role The current Finance Manager is being seconded to oversee a strategic project within the Sterling NT group. We are therefore seeking a suitably experienced finance professional to join us for a fixed term through to April next year. Reporting to the CFO, role responsibilities include but not limited to Oversee all aspects of financial operations for the group Manage and mentor a small team of finance officers prepare monthly financial reports and accompanying analysis Analysis of contract profitability, margins, costings Ensure appropriate financial controls are in place Manage and monitor cash flow, ensuring invoicing is completed promptly and payment terms are met Prepare tax returns including BAS, payroll tax returns Work with operational colleagues and support them in understanding and reporting on the performance of their business area Support the Director CFO as required. The person If you are a proactive, experienced finance professional who is comfortable working in a small team and willing to pitch in as required, then we want to hear from you. If this sounds like the role for you, dont hesitate - submit your application.
The Gardens NT 0820, Australia
About the Role Working within the Business Services Team, and reporting to the Finance Business Partner, the Bookkeeper is responsible for Accounts Payable, Payroll (in partnership with our outsourced payroll provider - Frontier), Payroll Accounting and other general accounting responsibilities. Key responsibilities Working with our external payroll provider to provide monthly payroll changes and review monthly payroll repots for circa 90 employees. Full function end-to-end accounts payable including posting invoices to MYOB, reconciling supplier statements, supplier payment runs. Prepare year-end payroll reconciliations (WorkCover, payroll tax, payment summaries). Balance sheet reconciliations for payroll accounts (payroll clearing, leave provisions) and accounts payable. Preparation of the monthly BAS and other adhoc duties as required. Resolving queries from employees and other business stakeholders regarding payroll or accounts payable. Key skills Strong end-to-end accounts payable experience. Payroll process and payroll accounting experience (including specific experience with shift workers, overtime and employee entitlements). Excel skills - Intermediate (Pivot tables, VLookups, IF formulas, formatting excel worksheets etc). Formal accountingbookkeeping qualifications preferred. Key behaviours Desire to ˜own™ tasks from start-to-finish including following up stakeholders where required to meet key deadlines. Team player, friendly and approachable style. Strong communication skills via phone, email and face to face. Excellent organisational skills with a strong attention to detail. Benefits and Culture ATOM has a great company culture, where employees are supported to develop and grow in their roles. Our people are friendly and approachable and we have a great office environment, just off St Kilda Rd in South Melbourne. We offer competitive remuneration and flexible work practices to all of our people. About the Company Australian Terminal Operations Management Pty Ltd (ATOM) is jointly owned by BP Australia and UGL Limited. ATOMs core business is safe and reliable fuel terminal operations, with a strong emphasis on fuel supply reliability, safety culture and continuous improvement. ATOM currently operates 16 terminal facilities across Australia and is on an exciting growth trajectory, delivered through best-in-class operations and engineering capability. Your Application If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply now, and include a cover letter, addressing the criteria above and detailing your interest in the role. Applications close Wednesday 27th June 2018.
Moorabbin Airport Corporation, 66 Bundora Parade, Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194
At The Benevolent Society, we believe in a society where everyone can live their best life. We provide a range of community based support services for children, families, people with a disability and older Australians. We are a non-religious, not for profit organisation at the forefront of societal change for over 200 years. To meet the changing needs of our business we have created a new position for a Financial Controller to lead our Financial Accounting function. Terms Permanent full time position available at Glebe About the role As 2IC to our Director Finance, you will lead the financial accounting function ensuring corporate governance and well considered financial information is available to support sound decision making. As a strong people leader, you will inspire your team to think differently about their work, identify opportunities for improvements while ensuring each person feels valued and has the opportunity to grow. While you love the detail, you actively carve out time to support the Director, Finance and broader business on strategic initiatives and future proofing our business. Your team includes Systems Accountant, Management Accountant, Financial Accountants and Assistant Accountants. Why this opportunity? Enjoy having your fingers in a couple of pies the detail, facilitating change and the big picture Passionate about your teams development and to invest in their future Want to give back by joining a Not for Profit making a difference through strong commercial focus Enjoy salary-packaging, discounts on everyday purchases, ability to purchase additional leave and more What you need to succeed? As a highly experienced Finance professional, you have the qualifications (CA, CPA, CIMA) and experience under your belt to take on this challenge. Your leadership style adapts to the individual needs. You face challenges with resilience and curiosity, see solutions where others might not and bring the team on board with your ideas. You work in a collaborative, cross functional way to achieve improved outcomes. Ideally, you will understand the changing nature of our sector (particularly the impact of NDIS) however we believe the right person will be able to adapt to this challenge by leveraging their significant experience in consumer focused environments. Interested? Apply below online today Call Stefan Duvenhage on 0406 077 257 for a confidential discussion. Closing date 1 July 2018 We are committed to improving employment outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, Older Australians and people of all abilities. For application support only please contact recruitmentbenevolent.org.au. Job File 1 Position Profile
Forest Lodge NSW 2037, Australia
The overall objective of the role is to lead the payroll process and relevant HR processes associated with the life cycle of Momenta Associates who are working on different client projects, which we anticipate being several hundred in number. You will be able to build on your existing payroll and HR knowledge and experience in an autonomous role and advance your career. This is a highly visible role where your contribution will not go unnoticed. Location Sydney (situated in Barangaroos prestigious International Towers) Reports to Operations Director for Australia, Head of HR and Finance Manager. Hours Part-time Set up new starters and process leavers on payroll system. End to end processing of selected (weekly and fortnightly) payroll in our automated payroll software called KeyPay. Management of our payroll Process is automated and time sheet data is extracted from our rostering system and auto calculated. Prompt and accurate payments to Associates on a weekly or fortnightly basis. Liaising with payroll related queries. Maintaining leave, sickness and overtime reports. Management of and verifying online timesheets to roster system. On-going maintenance of payroll system. Updating and maintaining payroll records. Escalating payroll or PAYG queries Prepare and remit superannuation contributions. Process pay adjustments as required. Ensure expenses are checked and processed in a timely manner. Calculation and payment of termination payments. Produce payroll reports Identify and drive opportunities for continuous payroll process improvement. Carry out efficient audits Comply with external audit requirements Distribute payslips Distribute and check weekly payroll authorisation reports The person Several years of payroll experience Track record of customer service with people first orientation Extensive experience in KeyPay or Hero Pay. Proactive, adaptable and have a flexible attitude as this business moves fast and is constantly changing Attention to detail needs to be second to none Strong excel skills. The ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines Positive disposition and a can do attitude What we offer An opportunity to make a significant difference in the business Great products and an innovative work environment A culture that encourages growth and development Salary sacrifice benefits excellent salary packaging. What youll get in return The opportunity to work in a relaxed team environment. This role requires an immediate start and offers competitive pay.
Bondi Junction Train Station, Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia
The Alpha School System (TASSÂ®) is a Brisbane based software company that develops and supports the TASS.web suite of school administration and portal software products. The software is currently used by hundreds of Independent schools throughout Australia and overseas. TASS forms part of the Education vertical of the Volaris Group of companies, a subsidiary of Constellation Software Inc. (CSI). CSI is an equal opportunity employer of more than 13,000 employees world-wide with a consolidated turnover of US2.1 Billion. We are looking for an Application Support Analyst to join our Helpdesk Customer Care team. This is a full time position. Our offices are located in the inner northern suburb of Hendra in Brisbane. SELECTION CRITERIA Strong understanding of accounts and accounting ledgers Understanding of payroll Exceptionally good approach to customer service Experience in Microsoft Office products including Excel Word and Outlook Proficiency with web browsers and using web applications Good time task management skills, along with the ability to plan and prioritise tasks and work independently to achieve deadlines Exceptional verbal and written communication skills Experience as a bookkeeper or in an accounts role (is an asset) THE ROLE The successful applicant will be responsible for Learning and becoming an expert in the TASS.web and portal software solution Answering and logging overflow of incoming helpdesk calls Provide support to clients on Payroll and Finance related requests Diffuse client problems through effective troubleshooting, listening skills, problem solving, positive action, information gathering andor ticket escalation in a timely manner when appropriate (via email and one-on-one via telephone) Creation of bug reports Software testing Assisting with maintaining on-line help THE BENEFITS Training and mentoring will be provided on the software functionality Hands-on exposure to web based technologies Professional small team environment. Exclusive use of a company supplied laptop Permanent full time role Participation in corporate bonus scheme TO APPLY email your application (in PDF or MS Word) to Annie Robins at annie.robinstassweb.com.au Your application will need to contain An application letter A detailed resume Starting salary for the successful applicant will be commensurate with the applicants current skill level.
Brisbane QLD 4011, Australia
We have full time positions available for Intermediate and Senior Accountants who have experience in a public practice accounting role. The successful applicants will work within one of our business and tax advisory teams and will work on a large and varied client base. About the role Preparation lodgement of business and individual tax returns and activity statements (BASIAS) Preparation of financial statements Working on a range of entities including companies, trusts, partnerships and sole traders Undertaking of research and the preparation of tax advice for clients Assisting Managers with client advisory work, Be well presented and able to communicate clearly to clients both in verbal and written form. Provide excellent service to our clients at all times. The successful applicant must have 3+ years experience in an Australian Public Practice CPA or working towards one Strong problem solving skills Strong organisational skills and attention to detail Excellent communicator, both verbal and written Proficient with HandiSoft, MYOB, Reckon, QuickBooks, Xero, Excel and Word Ability to assist clients with bookkeeping issues Strong work ethic and an ability to work well within a team. Salary is negotiable and will be dependent on the level of experience, capability and performance. All applications received will be treated with strict confidentiality. Send your application to careerswhitsondawson.com.au
Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia
Rugby Farm is a family owned market leading vegetable producer with operations located throughout Queensland. We are currently seeking a Payroll Officer to join our team based in Gatton. Ideally our preferred candidate will have 3+years, stand-alone payroll experience working with a multi-site, high volume payroll. Reporting to the Senior Payroll Officer, your primary responsibilities will include Ensure weekly and fortnightly payroll is processed accurately and in a timely manner. Respond to all payroll enquiries in a consultative and efficient manner. Maintain the time and attendance program. In conjunction with the finance team, perform general ledger reconciliations and end of month reporting. Maintain the payroll system and database to ensure it is up to date and accurate. Maintain both hard copy and electronic HR filing systems ensuring full compliance with statutory requirements. Check Visa rights and maintain relevant registers. Maintain leave entitlement records. Assist with auditing processes as required. .To be considered for this role we are seeking an individual with the following skills Excellent time management and organisational skills. Strong attention to detail and demonstrated experience in maintaining confidentiality. The ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. Demonstrated ability to interpret multiple awards, CAs and the NES. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Intermediate to advanced Excel essential. Experience using MYOB EXO will be viewed favourably. If you meet these requirements and are ready for your next challenge please submit your application via the Apply link.
Queensland 4305, Australia
Who Are We? We are an established, youthful and refreshingly different Construction company that continues to grow from strength to strength, hence our team is expanding and we need you Joining a team of dedicated and experienced professionals, you will be instantly welcomed, trusted and will have brilliant career opportunities, specifically within the Admin Finance Team The Role To be successful in this role you will need to Have a can do attitude, use initiative to solve problems and be focused on solutions. Answer any internal and external account queries Assist with Payroll when required Assist with budgeting and forecasting Reconciling Credit Card Bank Accounts weekly ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Bookkeeping or accounting qualifications would be highly regarded Excellent attention to detail and communication skills, both verbal written The ability to work independently, take ownership of tasks and manage deadlines A high level of computer literacy, including Excel skills Ability to have a laugh is always a plus If you have a strong attention to detail, are conscientious, have people skills, are flexible and adaptable in your work approach and want to be part of a GREAT team, please apply via the link below. Immediate start for the successful applicant.
Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Perth WA 6163, Australia
The Role We have a nine (9) month contract role available in our Customer Service and Demand Planning team due to other team members being involved with the implementation of a critical project. In the role of Data and Pricing Analyst, you will work with our complex pricing model and be competent in the use of MS Excel at an advanced level. The role is based in Macquarie Park. You will have some background in the management and administration of pricing. Our pricing model is quite complex due to number of customerspricing groups, types of customers (directwholesalers), and range of products. To this end, you will have strong attention to detail as errors come back as multiples of the workload. You will be very comfortable with Excel and working directly in our MRP, QAD and in the use of data upload tools. Familiarity with QAD is not essential as Apotex will provide on the job training on this aspect of the role. A background of working with pricing in systems is important. Key activities include Maintenance of Customer Order Forms (x12) Maintaining Customer Status (working with SalesFinance) Direct Customer pricing status and validity dates in system (working with Pricing Analytics team) Pricing validation - resolving queries from Customers andor Sales team Backorder reports for Direct Customers - weekly (x10) Monthly reporting on PO ReceiptsOrdersInvoicing status - for Customers andor Sales team Downloadprovide pricelists as requested (50 distinct pricing groups) Pricing changes - updating changes in system, including any existing open orders You will have the opportunity to work with talented people who will constantly challenge you to achieve your best. You will have a high level of visibility to senior management where you can have a voice, your successes will be seen and your ideas heard. Your Profile You have at least 3 years hands on experience in a data management environment. Ideally you have a strong attention to detail, data pattern recognition and data checking. You may have had some experience in FMCG or the pharmaceutical industry. You will have the ability to quickly build strong relationships and navigate our business. You will have experience working with MS Excel and general familiarity with managing data. You are friendly, hands-on, organised and persistent to ensure deadlines are not missed. You are able to quickly learn new systems and processes and can add value by looking at things differently and seeing where efficiencies can be gained. You are comfortable working in a complex, fast paced environment where change is constant. You are confident and enjoy working with bright, driven people in a dynamic, fun and evolving business. You are regarded as pro-active, with strong attention to detail and a results orientation. Your Benefits Apotex believes in supporting employee wellness. We offer a range of benefits designed to assist employees and their families in remaining healthy in mind, body and spirit. All Apotex office based employees have access to the following benefits casual dress code (jeans and t-shirts every day), breakfast pantry items, all day snacks, fruit and Travel Insurance coverage (covers both leisure and business travel) and an Employee Assistance Program (access to a confidential counselling service). Your Application If you enjoy engaging with customers (pharmacies) and wholesalers over the phone and you have the appropriate skills and experience, please apply with an applicationcover letter (in either Word or PDF format) and your resume. For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Human Resources on (02) 8877 8363. No recruitment consultants, thank you.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Give yourself a pay rise - eligibility for up to 15,900 salary packaging Work in modern corporate offices surrounded by a cafÃ© precinct Positive, friendly culture that values integrity An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Business Performance Analyst to join the Bolton Clarke Reporting Analysis Team on a 12 month fixed term basis. Working within a dedicated team, this position will see you delivering high quality financial and business analysis in line with the organisational objectives. Key Responsibilities include, however are not limited to The timely completion of all assigned monthly reporting requirements Be actively involved in improving the reporting capability and business analysis capability in the team Collating and reviewing key performance indicators on a monthly basis and providing guidance to business managers and executives on trends and business improvement opportunities Assist the executive management in analysing future business opportunities Performing scenario analysis to support decision marking on future strategies to pursue Assist in identifying and reporting opportunities for cost saving and efficiency gains Liaise with key stakeholders throughout the organization to identify opportunities and implement reporting enhancements Assist with the annual budget preparation and forecasting process in consultation with key budget holders Assist in the improvement of financial knowledge within the organization through the provision of training in financial management at an operational and corporate level Understand market trends assisting the organization to adapt to market forces. Develop and maintain constructive working relationships with key business line stakeholders Undertake other tasks and projects To be considered for this role you will possess Bachelor degree in Finance or related field deemed appropriate by Bolton Clarke CA or CPA qualifications desirable Demonstrated experience in reporting and statistical analysis in a medium size business environment. Experience in an organisation with a dispersed geographic service base would be an advantage. Strong understanding of business analytics tools. Proven ability in providing decision support in a multi-service delivery environment. Demonstrated experience with the use of the Microsoft Office with an advanced capability in Excel. What you will get in return Work with a dedicated and innovative team within the growth sector of Aged Care Access to comprehensive salary packaging benefits, including Private Health Insurance discounts Professional development and career opportunities Want to work in one of Australia™s biggest growth sectors and make a real difference? Apply today. All Bolton Clarke employees must be entitled to work in Australia and obtain a Federal Police Clearance. About us Bolton Clarke is the new face of RSL Care and RDNS. We™re one of the nation™s largest and most experienced not-for-profit providers of independent living services for older Australians. We also offer services to anyone who needs our help in achieving the best possible quality of life and independence. Our combined experience of over 200 years of compassionate service means we can deliver the highest standard of professional support and clinical care.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Do you have a talent for numbers and an interest in working in a dynamic human resources environment? A great opportunity exists to join our team in the position of Payroll Officer at Hopkins Correctional Centre. About us Justice Service Centres deliver a range of services including prison custodial services, community corrections services, Sheriffs operations, consumer affairs and front of house enquiries (including Births, Deaths and Marriages applications). In the Grampians region, the Justice Service Centres are located in Ballarat and Horsham and also at two prisons, the medium security Hopkins Correctional Centre and minimum security HM Prison Langi Kal Kal. About the role Located at the Hopkins Correctional Centre, as a Justice Officer, Payroll, you will be responsible for contributing to the delivery of personnel and payroll services. In the role, you will learn to process and balance payroll, provide advice to staff and collate statistical information prepare, maintain, distribute and coordinate the duty roster on a fortnightly basis, updating leave and ensuing staffing levels are met maintain accurate records and documentations for all staffingpayroll matters providing support and assistance in a range of administrative and corporate service functions relieve and assist in a range of other corporate service areas as required. In order to perform well, you will be detail focused, have excellent numerical and reasoning skills and be committed to customer service and continuous improvement. This position may require direct prisoner contact and may involve weekend and public holiday work, remunerated in accordance with the applicable provision of the VPS Enterprise Agreement. About you As our ideal candidate, you will have demonstrated experience in Payroll systems well-developed computer literacy skills (particularly with Microsoft Excel) knowledge of relevant legislation, policies, procedures guidelines and regulations superior customer service skills the ability to problem solve. How to apply Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond. You will also need to indicate which position(s) you wish to be considered for.
Grampians VIC 3314, Australia
We are excited about recruiting a Payroll Officer for this leading solutions provider within the resources industry. This organisation has a stellar reputation in the market. They are an exceptional employer of choice that inspires, rewards and motivates their staff through strong leadership and business excellence. The Appointment Commencing this week in an ongoing temporary position, there is the potential for this position to become permanent. As part of a wider finance team, you will be primarily responsible for end to end payroll with duties including but not be limited to End to end processing of payroll within Australia and internationally Collation of timesheets and other payroll related documentation Handling payroll and accounts enquiries Superannuation lodgment and payment Various administration duties as required The Appointee This high performing business is looking for a skilled and reliable Payroll Officer, ideally with exposure to international payroll (not essential). Prior experience in an end-to-end position and intermediate to advanced SAP and Excel skills are essential. Most importantly, you will possess the following skills and attributes Organised with highly accurate and efficient data entry skills Friendly and confident approach with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels across the business Ability to work autonomously whilst being an active and productive member of the wider team To be considered for this position, you must be available to commence immediately. Please Apply Now via Seek. Interviewing immediately - please dont delay in applying.
Brisbane QLD 4064, Australia
About NGH NGH is a dynamic specialist consultancy established in 1992, providing environmental services to a variety of private and public-sector clients. We have strong environmental, social and ethics standards. Our key goal is to provide sustainable knowledge-based solutions and advice for environmental management and impact assessment. NGH values flexibility in the workplace and we support the ongoing professional development of our staff. We have offices across NSW, the ACT and Queensland. About the role NGH is seeking an experienced Bookkeeper, the position is permanent part-time, and you will be working up to 25 to 30 hours per week. You will support our Accounts Manager with accounts payable and receivable. You will also be an important member of our Business Support Team (BST), located in three separate offices. BST provide the support base for over 40 full time professional staff across NSW ACT and QLD. Your daily tasks will include Assist the Accounts Manager with accounts payable and receivable and other duties Perform basic bookkeeping duties Manage reconciliation of company credit cards and petty cash Assist with Workers Compensation declarations Assist with the preparation of financial reports Data entrycomputer input Other duties as required You must be able to multi task and reprioritise tasks in a fast-paced working environment Benefits and perks Part time position to start immediately Successful and growing business Energetic and friendly team culture Flexible work arrangements Selection Criteria Application Process Selection Criteria AccountingBookkeeping qualifications or previous experience in a similar rolecapacity Proficient in accounting programs (preferably MYOB) Sound knowledge of current legislation in relation to Australian taxation office relating to payroll, GST and Fringe Benefits Excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent time management skills Ability to work as part of a team and proven excellent customer service skills Application Process Please submit your application via email to employmentnghenvironmental.com.au by 5pm Friday 6 July 2018 and include the following A cover letter or similar, addressing each of the Selection Criteria above and quoting the Job Reference Number BEGA0718 Your detailed CV To obtain a copy of the Position Description or have any further questions relating to the position, please contact Julie Earles, HR Coordinator on 02 6923 1500 or via email employmentnghenvironmental.com.au
Tarraganda NSW 2550, Australia
This multinational FMCG giant is an iconic brand and a well-known household name in the market. With a portfolio of instantly recognisable brands they are looking to appoint a strong analyst eager to contribute to category growth. They require a passionate, energetic and commercially minded qualified accountant with strong analytical skills to play a key role in the finance function. Working closely with the head of finance and Category managers the key responsibilities will include Drive growth plans and initiatives across each category, implementing long term, sustainable growth strategies Monitor short term performance against targets providing commentary and action plans around variances Monitor cost drivers and make recommendations to build efficiencies to improve gross margin growth Partner with sales and marketing to provide visibility around financials and the success of each advertising campaign Partner with supply chain to help reduce costs and drive efficiencies Monthly reporting on category performance, breaking down to individual product line and customer performance Manage the budgeting and forecasting process Provide insights and analysis into MA, NPD, pricing, and competitor performance. Ad hoc analysis and presentations where required As a qualified accountant or MBA you will have a sound technical accounting skill set with a proven background in a commercial analytical role. The ability to build strong relationships and communicate at all levels within a constantly evolving environment will be essential for this role. You will be comfortable diving into deep analysis and being hands on while partnering with senior executives within the business. This position will commence on a 9-12 month contract with potential permanency for a high performer. For a confidential conversation please call Joel Adams 0410 582 543.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
CPB Contractors is a leading international construction company and a member of the CIMIC Group. We combine the construction track record and expertise formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, and we also include the people and projects of Leighton Asia. In conjunction with our clients and partners, CPB Contractors is delivering important and iconic projects across all key sectors of the construction industry, meaning we offer significant and diverse work opportunities. We are building on the strong foundations of our unique history to create a successful and sustainable future. Safely delivering next-generation infrastructure that better connects people and transforms communities is at the heart of what we do. The Opportunity A new opportunity for the role of Business Analyst has become available at CPB Contractors. The Business Analyst, who will report to the Communications Manager, will play a key role in ensuring the Payroll Project (change initiatives) meet key business objectives by employing business usage. The Business Analyst will focus on the people side of change “ including changes to business processes, the new payroll system and technology, job roles and organization structures. This is a temporary role till November based in our corporate head office in North Sydney. As Business Analyst, you will be accountable for Support communication and training efforts Manage the client relationship with respect to Training, enforce development deadlines and evaluate and ensure user readiness. Assist in the execute the Change Management Plan, Training needs Analysis and communications within CPB Contractors Review Change Impact Assessment strategies and risk mitigations. Analyse Wages data to reflect trends improvement To be successful in this position you will have Effective relationship building skills. Effective collaborator and stakeholder engagement. Customer focussed. Efficient negotiation skills. Strong analytic organisational skills Be able to take instruction and works well within a team Experience in Excel, PowerPoint Word Able to plan co-ordinate workshops training logistics documentation Ability to problem solve and escalate appropriately Be able to work independently within minimal supervision and adhere to deadlines Experience in working in a project environment We support diversity in the workplace. Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a multicultural background are strongly encouraged to apply. Please note This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies.
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
Are you currently working in Tax but looking for new opportunities to accelerate your career? Do you have an interest in learning new Technologies and like to think outside the box? If this is you, we are looking for creative minds to work in our team to be at the forefront of delivering tax data analytics and process automation solutions to our clients to assist identify opportunities in their tax profile and realise efficiencies in their tax processes through the deployment of emerging new technologies. The opportunity We are looking for a talented Consultant Senior Consultant to join our team. Someone who enjoys working in tax and has a keen interest in technology. This is an exciting opportunity to work with some of EY™s leading clients, using analytical software to transform, integrate and visualise data in order to analyse the data from a tax perspective. Your key responsibilities In this role you will support clients in their use of analytical software, tools and technology. You will be client facing, delivering insights from large, disparate volumes of data and advising on how to interpret data and tax law. Through building strong relationships, you will play a key role in analysing client data and providing input into strategic initiatives and programs. Skills and attributes for success At least 2 years™ experience working in corporate tax in Australia A passion for technology, working with large data sets and learning new methodologies, applications and skills for analysis, ideally with experience in data analytics Sharp analytical abilities and proven design skills, with an enquiring mind willing to learn new skill sets A demonstrated ability to clearly and concisely present data, conclusions, and recommendations such that they bring insight and improve clients decision making processes A desire to use new technologies to help change the way in which our clients visualise their working world. To qualify for the role you must have A Commerce degree with preferably either Accounting or Tax major At least 2 years™ experience working in Australian corporate tax law Strong Mathematics skills Advanced level in MS excel Ideally, you™ll also have Computer programming qualifications (not essential) What we look for We™re interested in leaders with a genuine creative vision and the confidence to make it happen. You can expect plenty of autonomy in this role and the opportunity to accelerate your career, so you™ll also need the ability to take initiative and seek out opportunities to improve our current relationships and processes. If you™re passionate about analytics and technology and are ready to take on some of our clients™ most complex issues, this role is for you. What working at EY offers We offer a competitive remuneration package where you™ll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with FlexEY you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions. Plus, we offer Support, coaching and feedback from some of the most engaging colleagues around Opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career The freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that™s right for you EY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance. About EY As a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we™re using the finance products, expertise and systems we™ve developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we™ll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality. If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible. Make your mark. Apply now. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst Young or by their external third party provider. Â© 2018 Ernst Young, Australia. All Rights Reserved. .
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