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Assistant Accountant

Sydney City Toyota and Sydney City Lexus currently have a vacancy for a highly focused individual in the role of Assistant Accountant. Working with two globally recognised and market leading brands, this position will play a pivotal role in the continued success of our administration team. The Assistant Accountant will be reporting to the Company Accountant and will assist with a range of duties that include End of month processes General Ledger Reconciliations Maintain Fixed Assets Register Business Activity Statement Preparation of data and presentations for monthly management meetings Other miscellaneous and ad hoc monthly reporting To take advantage of this exceptional opportunity, we would like you to be Degree qualified (CommerceAccounting) Attention to detail with a high level of accuracy Excellent communication skills both verbal and written Proficient in all the Microsoft office suites, particularly Excel and PowerPoint Some exposure to Management Report preparation Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple tasks at once Based in Waterloo at our flagship site, this is an exciting position which offers great responsibility where you will be given the opportunity to contribute to the Dealerships continued success. If this looks like the challenge youve been waiting for, put your Accounting career into drive and apply now Due to large response only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

location NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association, 50 O'Dea Ave, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia


Head of Systems & Transactions

About the organisation With a turnover approaching 2bn, our Sydney-based client leads the market in the provision of services to customers through a network of metro and regional centres. Duties Reporting to the GM Finance, you will establish and develop the business systems and transactions function You will lead your team to provide superior levels of service across the organisation You will oversee the implementation of best practice end-to-end finance support services to meet customers™ needs You will play a key role in building a finance function that embraces technological innovation, that is a model of excellence in service delivery and that sets the standard for large, complex, multi-site and multi-disciplinary organisations Technical Skills You are a technically strong business systems specialist, degree qualified and ideally holding membership of a recognised professional accounting body (CACPA) You must have strong knowledge of and experience with SAP (SAP HANA would be ideal) and accounting standards You are an experienced people leader You have a hands-on approach and the ability to coach and mentor team members to deliver results A competitive remuneration package around the above figure will be negotiated.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Assistant Accountant

The Position We are currently seeking a motivated Assistant Accountant to join our dynamic team based in Osborne Park, reporting to the Group Accountant. About The Role The successful applicant will be responsible for Delivering reliable monthly financial information Preparation and maintenance of month end workpapers Preparing month end and daily journal entries Monthly balance sheet reconciliations Preparation of Corporate and International balance sheet reconciliations Assisting with the full year audit and half year review Assisting with the preparation of foreign subsidiary accounts Assisting with group treasury function and corporate accounting duties. Your Skills Experience To be considered for this role you will need the following A degree in CommerceBusiness with an Accounting major Commercial experience Excellent numerical and analytical skills with a high level of attention to detail A sound knowledge of Microsoft Excel Positive attitude Self-motivated and eager to learn Good communication and interpersonal skills and An ability to work independently and as part of a team. What We Offer In return you will be rewarded with The opportunity to be part of a financial team in a growing ASX listed company A career opportunity with a high level of ownership and autonomy Competitive remuneration Supportive team environment Location Osborne Park, WA How to Apply This is your opportunity to join a dynamic growing organisation. Only applicants with the right to work in Australia will be considered for this position. To apply for this role please complete the application form and submit a cover letter and a current resume For further information about this role please contact Shannon Hutton on 0417 624 633. Applications close 5pm, Friday 7th July 2018 (WST). Candidates strongly aligned to position requirements may be contacted prior to the position closing date. Emeco reserves the right to close this position prior to the closing date. Emeco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Please note Agency referrals will not be accepted at this point of time.

location Osborne St, Washington, WV 26181, USA


Accounts/Payroll Administrator

Immediate start available Permanent position - Monday -Friday 9am - 5pm Wangara location Western Work Force is an Australian owned recruitment company and are a market leader in providing temporary, contract and permanent staffing solutions across various industry sectors. Our client is looking to appoint an AccountsPayroll Administrator on a permanent basis. The ideal candidate will have Accounts Payroll experience and be familiar and competent with MYOB accounting system. This is a permanent full-time position with an immediate start. Main duties will include General Accounts work Payroll processing Small amount of Credit ControlInvoice chasing Providing reports to management General administrative duties Ad-hoc tasks as assigned To be considered for this position, you will Have previous experience in Accounts and Payroll Be highly competent and experienced with MYOB accounting system Be able work in a fast-paced environment and remain calm under pressure Be able to work autonomously Display excellent communication skills Be able to work to deadlines Have good PC and general administration skills What we offer you in return Permanent, Full-time position Immediate start Small, friendlysupportive team Autonomy within the role, with support if needed APPLICATION If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity and meet the above criteria, please click œAPPLY NOW and submit your CV. Western Work Force Recruitment Team 1300 123 993

location Perth WA 6065, Australia


Corporate Tax - Senior Manager - Partner

The Firm Our client is a large independent chartered Accountancy Practice with an excellent reputation for the quality of their planning and advisory work. The firm is a market leader in Australia and provides a wide range of expert financial, tax and business advice to a diverse client base. They focus on advising owner-managed businesses in a variety of commercial sectors, wealthy individuals, families and trusts, charities, other not-for-profit organisations and landed estates. Their style is personal and progressive and they focus on providing training and development opportunities for all of their staff. The Position The Corporate Tax Senior Manager role will be responsible for looking after both the advisory and compliance aspects of a portfolio of clients with generated fee income approaching the 1m mark. The role will also include the following Working within a leading Australian practice, in a fast growing element of the business Experiencing the best practice ways of working that take place within the firm An environment with clear progression and development opportunities A good mixture of advisory and compliance work within a strong collaborative atmosphere and working with a mentor Dealing with the compliance aspects of the tax work, including review and preparation of corporation tax returns and computations Tax advice to clients and involvement with tax planning and projects The role provides a variety of work as the corporate client portfolio is varied and includes OMBs, SMEs, groups and some not-for-profit organisations Assist the Partner with the review and management of the day-to-day work of the junior staff Working closely with the specialist teams and support them with the core corporate tax requirements About You Professionally qualified in either - CA, CTA, CPA, MA Tax A strong foundation in Corporate Tax The confidence and experience to be able to hit the ground running in terms of managing their own portfolio, whilst being responsible for reviewing the work of the tax seniors in the team A track record in a tax role Prioritisation and organisational skills to ensure all deadlines are met Work on their own initiative in this respect Benefits Clear personal and professional development opportunities An excellent peer group who are considered amongst the best practice professionals in Australia Opportunities to progress your career within the company Highly competitive package Bonus scheme Access to a number of additional benefits, including child care vouchers and private medical insurance. Senior Manager Partner Designate opportunity Opportunity to progress to Partner within the next 3 years To Apply If you are interested in this position please click apply or email markhamiltonyork.com.au. If you would benefit from a confidential discussion before applying please call Mark Davis on 0405 349 462 Hamilton York is an independent Australian specialist financial recruitment practice. We are passionate about the talent we represent, partnering with Australia™s most prestigious and ambitious companies. If this position is not suitable please call us on 0405 349 462 or email infohamiltonyork.com.au to discuss a range of other opportunities or for a general discussion and preparation for the next successful stage in your career

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Senior Accountant

Our client is a boutique accounting firm of 30+ staff providing a range of accounting and financial services solutions to their clients. An opportunity has arisen to engage a Senior Accountant to join and lead their tax and business advisory team and assist with their growing client portfolio. With recent growth in the practice, the company is seeking a CA or CPA qualified accountant with 5+ years experience to work with their diverse client base. Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to Developing and maintaining strong working relationships with the Firms clients and staff Leading and overseeing a team of up to 7 bookkeepers and Accountants Preparation of tax returns and financial statements for variety of clients across multiple industry sectors Planning and coordinating work and maintaining strong productivity levels. To Be Successful you will be able to demonstrate Relevant tertiary and a CPACA qualification 5+ years of recent work experience within a public accounting firm Knowledge and understanding of Australian reporting requirements especially AIFRS Accounting, current tax legislation and Corporation Act, ASIC and ASX requirements Working experience with MYOB and XERO desirable Ability to build excellent client relationships with excellent communication skills Previous experience overseeing, guiding and mentoring juniorintermediate staff. Our client offers a friendly and professional environment that supports its staff and their career development and progression. If you have the desire and ability to work in a fast-paced team, with a focus on exceptional client service this may be the opportunity you have been waiting for. For further information on this opportunity contact Cara Carrodus CPA on 9212 1001 or cara.carrodusrubicor.com.au to discuss or apply to this position direct to be considered.

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


Business Services Accountant

Our Client Our client is a Boutique Accounting practice based close to the Perth CBD specialising in providing tax and business advice to its diverse client portfolio. Following strategy meetings and internal restructure an opportunity for an intermediate level accountant has become available. 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 2.5 “ 5 years experience CA qualified or at least on their way to Excellent written and oral communication skills Experience in dealing with complex groups Division 7aUPE™s exposure and knowledge Ability to work unsupervised 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 Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Payroll Officer

About us Payroll Services is a function within the People and Culture Division and is responsible for end-to-end payroll including taxation, superannuation, salary sacrifice, and processing of timesheets (manual and electronic) and the provision of advice to managers and employees. About the role Working in a team environment, as a Payroll Officer, you will be responsible for the delivery of high quality payroll services to managers and employees encompassing the processing of pay and benefits for a portfolio of business units across the department and statutory entities. Other core functions that are facilitated include departmental and whole-of-government projects and initiatives. Whilst performance and development accountability is to the Assistant Manager of Payroll Services, Payroll Services Officers are led by the Senior Payroll Advisers in the processing and coordination of the departments fortnightly pay. A key component of the role is the provision of professional and accurate advice to managers and employees regarding their pay and benefits. In this role, you will prepare and process fortnightly payroll and undertake transactions relating to employment conditions and benefits update and maintain associated personnel and payroll records assist managers and employees to better understand employment conditions and benefits and relevant payroll matters. Please note this is an Ongoing, Full Time position. About you As our ideal candidate, you will be required to demonstrate knowledge of and experience in human resource services and payroll, with an emphasis on remuneration packaging in a government environment experience and proficiency in the use of Chris21 or other payroll systems experience in high volume transactional payroll environments the ability to interpret and provide advice on departmental policies and legislation. A qualification or equivalent experience in human resources is desirable. 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.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Tax Compliance Accountant

6 Month Limited Term Contract Location Adelaide, SA Application close date 1st August 2018 Origin - Australias Leading Integrated Energy Company An integral part of Australia™s energy future, we explore, produce, generate and sell energy to power millions of Australian homes and businesses every day, keeping them going and growing. Origin offers exciting and rewarding career opportunities - from project management and leadership, to technical and engineering. Working for Origin can take you all over Australia - in the field, as well as in the office - or around the world. With global energy demand growing, Origin is looking for new ways to meet that need and create tomorrows energy solutions. Its an exciting time to be a part of Origin. The Role We currently have an exciting opportunity available for a qualified and experienced Tax Accountant to join the APLNG Income Tax Compliance Team in limited term capacity. You will work closely with a range of team members primarily delivering Income Tax Returns and Statutory Tax Effect Accounting requirements. You will be expected to contribute to the identification of process improvement initiatives and assist in the development of new tax compliance processes. Your attention to detail, ability to identify material issues within large and complex data sets and drive to successfully complete tasks on time and to a high standard will ensure your success in this role. Day to day accountabilities for the role will primarily include Preparation of income tax returns and tax effect accounting calculations Conduct Asset Reviews in accordance with tax legislation and Origins directives Identify areas of process and procedural inefficiency and contribute to the development of change initiatives Prepare and collate working papers to the appropriate standard required to substantiate Origins position to all regulatory taxation bodies Provide Technical Advice to business units and prepare supporting documentation Develop and maintain customer relationships by providing a high level of service delivery Ensure that technical knowledge is maintained to a level required to perform all aspects of your position Is This You? A team player with an accounting or business degree and CACPA qualifications, you will have relevant experience in a tax compliance or businesses services role preferably within a large ASX listed company or Big 4 Accounting firm. You will demonstrate the ability to interpret and apply both tax legislation and accounting standards. A demonstrated ability to process, investigate and analyse complex financial information is essential. You will be a proactive and adaptable team player who demonstrates exceptional communication skills and the ability to develop effective working relationships to negotiate and build leverages of influence across a broad internal network. We embrace the diversity of our people and flexible working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. Make an impact on Australias energy future If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently. For more information contact Maggie Partsi at Maggie.Partsioriginenergy.com.au Job Requisition ID 66804

location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


Commercial Business Partner

Our purpose at Foxtel is to effortlessly connect Australians to all the stories they love. We believe Foxtel is for everyone, and everyone deserves to experience all the entertainment, drama, sport, news and lifestyle content they want - when they want, and how they want. At Foxtel we work as a team, we™re agile and we™re accountable. We put the customer first and we™re passionate about what we do. We have fun and we™re different, better, special. We™re searching for a Commercial Business Partner to provide commercial support for the Business Sales and Supply Chain Customer Installation Division™s, helping them navigate market and financial information to create commercial value. Responsibilities Support the Head of Commercial for your allocated division, through developing and maintaining relationships with key executive stakeholders Undertake detailed financial and commercial modelling and analysis and provide insights and recommendation to support operational and tactical decision making. Influencing business partners decisions making to ensure full financial impacts are included in the decision making process. Monitor and understand the commercial operations and results of your division, identifying key issues and challenges, and helping to optimise financial outcomes Support the budgeting and forecasting process through maintenance of forecast models and review of system outputs to ensure accurate reporting Monitor your division™s monthly financial performance against Forecast and Budget Document key movements in forecast cycles to easily articulate reasoning for material changes in assumptions Identify and escalate risks and issues to achieving Budget as they arise, while working with stakeholders to resolve Support and monitor the development and implementation of business cases and associated projects and initiatives including performance to CAPEX and OPEX plan for your division. Experience and capability 5+ years™ experience in Commercial Accounting role Degree qualification in Accounting, Finance or a related discipline and CACPA or similar What™s in it for you? We have a benefits program with something for everyone. But we™re in the entertainment business and we connect Australians to all the stories they love, so what would a Foxtel benefits program be without a free Foxtel subscription and discounted broadband Above all, we love entertainment and, if you do too, you™ll love working with us. So if you™re excited about this opportunity, please click ˜Apply now™.

location Melbourne VIC 3039, Australia


Payroll Officer / Bookkeeper

Our client is seeking an experienced and motivated Payroll Officer and Bookkeeper to join our team on a part-time basis. Must be Proficient in MYOB reconcile accounts, and a passion for numbers, complete general office admin functions and flexible enough to jump from task to task. Key Responsibilities As a Payroll officer your responsibilities will include Managing the end-to-end payroll function for FT, PT, contractors and temporary employees Dealing with all payroll based tax issues Processing of fortnightly payroll run Processing of timesheets and data input into system Solving of any discrepancies regarding pay and employees enquiries Complying with legislative requirements, EBA™s and Awards interpretation Reconciliation of accounts Process improvements and streamlining of better ways of working and improving the payroll processes Preparation of Payroll Tax Preparation of Superannuation As a Bookkeeper your responsibilities will include Sound knowledge of MYOB including Multi warehouse and multi-currency knowledge. General ledgers maintenance and reconciliations. Liaise with Accountant to Lodge BAS Credit card statements Ensure all invoices are properly authorised Accounts Payable Bank reconciliations and banking Administration maintaining files and records Manage and action emails relating to accounts in a timely manner We like our accounts to be up to date, so that on any given week we can know if we are making a profit or loss and so we lodge BAS and Annual Returns very quickly Filing and other ad hoc duties as required Ideal Candidate A wealth of experience in a similar Payroll and Bookkeeping role Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to meet deadlines and work effectively within a team environment Excellent Organisational skills. A self-motivated personality and desire to learn on the job Strong attention to detail Excellent Time Management Excellent Communicator Ability to work Autonomously Efficient, Accurate, Competent and Proactive Attitude of Excellence Proactive approach with initiative to take tasks through to completion What™s in it for you? You will have the opportunity to support the growth of a World Class brand. We can offer a challenging, rewarding work environment and flexible working arrangements for the right candidate. We view this as a long term opportunity and will invest considerable time in your training and development. Part Time role around 2 days per week for work life balance. School friendly hours flexible. Our team has a culture of excellence. If you think you have what it takes to do this job exceptionally, and your heart is really in it, please send a resume. No phone calls or HR company please send your C.V to trishrinaldi.com.au

location Dry Creek SA, Australia


Financial Analyst, Structured Asset Finance

See yourself in our team Institutional and business clients use the solutions provided and supported by our Business and Corporate Finance business to meet their short and long term financing and payment needs. Business and Corporate Finance structurally rolls up to Institutional Banking Markets. There is however significant engagement with Business Private Banking as the core client base straddles both business units. This role sits in the Structured Asset Finance Private Equity team, part of the Business and Corporate Finance finance team, in Business Product Finance. The team is responsible for finance support for the Structured Asset Finance Private Equity businesses. This involves providing financial control, management reporting, forecasting and decision support. Do work that matters You will be a key member of a high performing team. You will be given ownership of key deliverables and held accountable for their timely completion. Your role is integral to enabling the team to continue in delivering the following Ensuring quality of the results through strong financial control accurate financial reporting Providing the key stakeholders with quality management reporting results analysis Delivering robust forecasting and budgeting Ensuring timely and insightful decision support Success in the role will entail strong collaboration with colleagues across Business Corporate Finance and the broader Institutional Banking Market, and other teams across the bank. We™re interested in hearing from people who have Strong numeracy, finance and accounting skills Strong commercial acumen Experience in financial modelling, SQL or other analytical tools Financial Services exposure, preferably leasing experience Solid stakeholder management skills Tertiary Qualifications, CA, CPA, CFA or similar The people, businesses and communities we serve are wonderfully diverse. To reflect this, were committed to hiring a similarly diverse workforce. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, well support you at every stage of your career.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Expression of Interest - Finance Analyst

You are communicating a story to your stakeholders We are turning numbers into solutions Together we can make business partnering your business Financial Services plays a vital role in our organisation and partners with all areas of Commbank to provide specialist advice on financial management and strategy. This advice covers finance, audit, treasury, investor relations, security, general procurement and property. As a Financial Analyst, your impact will be providing the business with crucial management reporting, analysis and insights to support meaningful decision making. You will use your stakeholder management skills to build strong relationships across the business and develop a deep understanding of the business and its drivers. This will enable you to perform analytics, deliver insights and highlight opportunities to your customers. Were interested in hearing from people who are passionate about business partnering and have experience as a Financial Analyst, Management Accountant or have an audit background. Ideally, you will also have, or be studying towards a CA or CPA certification (or similar including ACCA, CIMA), have experience locally and preferably in a large organisation. Our team is always looking to connect with finance professionals who are interested in being part of a high performing, customer-focused and passionate culture to partner with the business with the aim to drive business performance through insights and analysis. We welcome you to express you interest and learn more about Finance at Commbank by clicking below.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Payroll Manager

Full-time - 35 hours per week NCC1849 Newcastle City Council has an exciting opportunity for a Payroll Manager to join our People Culture team. Utilising your skills you will drive the payroll function to the next level including the management of day to day functions and ongoing reviews to improve efficiencies, processes and controls. Through your experience you will mentor, educate and lead a team of payroll professionals with a focus on providing proactive and timely customer service, knowledge sharing and building capacity both within the team and other key stakeholders. As the Payroll Manager you will plan and coordinate the activities of the Payroll team to deliver Fortnightly payroll in accordance with all relevant agreements Payments to staff, ATO, superannuation and other organisations, prepared and processed accurately and in accordance with timing agreements Month end processing End of Financial Year Routine maintenance and auditing of payroll data Annual projects such as gross salary updates, system upgrades and reviews, audits. To be successful in this job you will have Tertiary qualifications in Business, Commerce or Accounting andor extensive payroll management experience in a medium sized organisation. Demonstrated ability to manage the day to day payroll operations environment using a computerised system for processing timesheets, financial information, electronic document management and employee information management including compliance, governance, risk management, time constraints, functions, tasks and challenges. Demonstrated experience in payroll function business partnering at a senior level to create and maintain effective relationship with key stakeholders and provide financial analysis, trend analysis, problem solving and direction on payroll and remuneration payment techniques to maximise service unit results and deliver operational efficiencies. A strong communicator with both written and oral skills, able to present ideas in a user friendly manner to ensure understanding for non-technical stakeholders. Self-motivated and actively seeks constructive feedback to improve payroll functions. Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills in a fast paced work environment, ensuring open communication with key stakeholders by providing ongoing information. Strong knowledge of relevant legislation including superannuation, both defined benefit and accumulation and taxation. Demonstrated experience, greater than 3 years, managing a team within a payroll or similar operations environment. Demonstrated experience in interpreting Award, Enterprise Agreements, policy and procedures. Strong analytical skills including the ability to identify anomalies or issues with payroll data and proven aptitude to resolve these issues. Experience in development and management of budgets and service plans. Demonstrated business analysis skills to create, analyse and interpret complex spreadsheets to assist in the formulation and analysis reports of data to internal and external stakeholders for governancecompliance review, budget compilation, workforce andor financial forward estimate modelling. Ability to maintain confidentiality in a highly sensitive environment. Sound like the perfect job for you? Apply Now Newcastle City Council proudly promotes the principles of Equal Employment Opportunities and fosters a culture of diversity to represent the community of our Local Government Area. All candidates will be assessed against the selection criteria outlined in the position description. Suitable candidates may be placed on an eligibility list for future identical positions for a period of 12 months. You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job. Application Closing Date Sunday 29 July 2018, 1159pm. Remuneration 103,446 + 9.5 Superannuation per annum for a 35 hour week.

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Order-to-Cash Supervisor

The OTC Supervisor role is responsible for the direction, execution and performance of the Franchise accounting functions as well as Account Receivable. In this role, you will be responsible for the OTC team (3 direct reports) and play a key role working with our franchisees. A successful OTC Supervisor will have strong technical expertise within Order to Cash as well as a broad knowledge of other functional areas within Finance. You will have a strong ability to solve unique and complex problems impacting the business in relation to Order to Cash and be skilled in building strong relationships based on mutual respect and trust. The ability to think proactively, identify potential future problems and develop methods to address current and future customer needs with a positive œcan-do attitude will be essential for success. Key Responsibilities and Tasks of this Role Overall Provide leadership and direction to the OTC team, including setting goals and career development plans, and staff reviews Manage the Franchise direct debit process, including complex calculations for rent, rebates and charge-outs Validation of calculation models that can vary month to month, dependent on current promotions Escalation point for any Franchise queries regarding monthly charges Achievement and delivery of specific goals and operational performance metrics and measures, including assessing overall and individual achievement of service expectations and customer satisfaction Effective resolution of queriesquality of advice. Regularly gather feedback from internal and external customers™ and proactively manage issue resolution in order to resolve escalated items Handle a range of often complex tasks, providing information and processingreconciling data Accountable for driving specific projects related to OTC, working to deliver added value by scoping out business requirements for all related projects Coordinate with internal and external compliance to facilitate periodic audits and monitor and ensure completion of any corrective action required Review store checklists and direct debits including but not limited to openings and closings, claims, rent and cash flows Perform AR activities including conducting a review of AR activities and providing feedback to team as well as adjust provision accounts such as provision for doubtful debts. Perform monthly and quarterly reconciliations and reporting Participate in quarterly OTC Global Process Council meetings and periodic meetings with counterparts in other regions globally. Compliance Reporting Demonstrate in depth knowledge of processes and procedures relevant to the function and take a proactive role in improving efficiency. Plan and conduct best practice, improvement and review sessions with key clients and stakeholders. Conduct regular risk assessments of all aspects of service. Identify known and potential risks and develop risk mitigation plans Review general ledger records for OTC finance functions Ensure that the team is appropriately trained on existing and new processes and procedures Review SOX related activities, prepare monthly bank rec file notes, ensure confirmation of SOX control version and update SOX certification Ensure all reports are performed accurately and on time. These reports include quarterly profitability recap report, monthly risk report, quarterly US balance sheet tool and security deposit report. Success Profile - Behaviours A successful OTC Supervisor will Be a clear and confident communicator who has a great phone manner. You will have strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to adjust language to meet the needs of the audience. Demonstrate a strong sense of customer focus in effectively leading teams to achieve maximum performance. Be able to work under limited direction and demonstrates a high level of initiative. Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills, a high level of accuracy, and attention to detail. Demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills. Enjoy working under pressure in a fast-paced environment with the ability to remain calm under pressure. Be strong in building and maintaining effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Be known and trusted for knowledge and expertise. Provide and accept constructive feedback to help team and self to develop and improve. Be self-motivated and proactive in re-empting problems and developing solutions. Provide direction and support for the team including allocating of KPI™s that align with overall team objectives. Demonstrate analytical thinking and a detail oriented approach. Enjoy a hands-on approach to performing work and leading a team. Have a proven track record for driving process efficiencies and problem solving. Ethical and responsible, understands and adheres to McDonald™s Standards of Business Conduct always Other Criteria Prior experience in a Shared Service Global Business Service model will be highly advantageous but not essential Bachelor™s Degree in Finance or Accounting or relevant equivalent qualifications will be highly advantageous Minimum 2 years demonstrated experience supervising an Accounts Receivable or Assistant Accounting team will be highly advantageous Studying or completed CPACA will be highly regarded If this sounds like the role for you, please send your CV and application to Laura Saunders (Laura.Saundersau.mcd.com) by close of business Monday 23rd July 2018. This is a full time position located at our Thornleigh Office. Please note only successful applicants will be contacted

location Sydney NSW 2120, Australia


Senior Payroll Officer

About Collins Foods Limited Collins Foods Limited (CFL) is an ASX300 listed company with operations dating back to 1969, when CFL opened the first KFC restaurant in Queensland. Fast forward 50 years and CFL is now the largest franchisee of KFC Restaurants in Australia operating almost 250 KFC restaurants across Australia and Europe, as well as Sizzler restaurants in Australia and Asia, and Taco Bell in Brisbane, Queensland. Based in Hamilton, Brisbane, the CFL Support Centre is the main hub for above-store staff who support a workforce of over 12,000 employees across Australia. About the Role Due to ongoing and consistent growth across our national operations, the CFL Payroll team are recruiting a Senior Payroll Officer to join the team in a permanent full-time capacity. The key focus of this role will be to support the Payroll team from a day-to-day perspective by providing hands-on Payroll SME knowledge, advice and guidance. Reporting directly to the Payroll Manager, your main duties will include Performing full functionality of the weekly payroll including calculating - Payroll Tax - Superannuation - Workers Compensation - Leave Processing - Deductions. Interpretation of multiple awards and enterprise agreements Actioning employee transfers and position changes Identifying payroll inconsistencies and actioning corrections as required Conducting payroll, general ledger and bank reconciliations Supporting the Payroll Supervisor with the preparation of end of month journals and payroll reports Providing SME payroll advice and recommendations to support the Payroll team and improve efficiencies and procedures General customer service duties including assisting with the Payroll Hotline and actioning Payroll email enquiries from Team Members and Managers About You As an experienced Payroll Officer, you will possess the following skills and qualifications Intermediate to Advanced Preceda Payroll experience highly regarded Payroll Reporting (including Crystal Reporting) Demonstrated experience in a high-volume weekly Payroll processing environment (5,000+ employees) Multiple award interpretation andor enterprise agreements Previous experience working in the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) or Retail environment advantageous Previous experience with JDEAS400 advantageous Previous experience with Payroll investigations and manual calculations Ability to work under pressure and meet conflicting deadlines Advanced MS Office skills, predominantly Excel Strong analytical and accounting skills Strong attention to detail Strong written and verbal communication skills Why work for CFL As an ASX300 listed organisation, there are many advantages to working for an international brand such as CFL. In return for your hard work, you will be rewarded with Competitive remuneration Ongoing professional development opportunities Access to a formal mentorship program If you have any questions or would like to discuss this role in further detail, please contact Melinda Grob (Recruitment Specialist) at mgrobcollinsfoods.com We have not engaged external recruitment agencies for this position so if you™d like to be considered, please apply for this position directly.

location Brisbane QLD 4007, Australia


PAYROLL ASSISTANT

Windsor Smith is Australias Leading Fashion Retailer and they a looking for your Payroll background along with your good communications skills that will see you as a successful candidate for this Growing Company. Responsibilities for this role include Preparing and processing weekly payrolls Entering new starters and leavers on Meridian Responding to payroll queries Maintaining leave records and adjustments Providing excellent customer service to site based employees Assisting with all end of month process Managing and Maintaining Ads on Seek Maintaining employee records Other general office duties as directed To be successful in this role you will possess the following skills and competencies Experience with Micropay Meridian Payroll System Retail Award Experience Experience with End to End Payroll Processing Experience with Excel A high attention to detail with the ability to meet deadlines The desire to work in a fast paced environment Ability to multi task and be hands on Hours required 8.30am to 3.30pm Tuesday to Friday (4 days a week) Free Parking On Site This position is in Westmeadows. Please Apply Online

location Prahran VIC, Australia


Accountant

Full time position Close to public transport Fun Team Environment We are currently seeking an Accountant to join the Finance Administration team About the Role¦ This role will be responsible for managing the accounting and reporting processes for the Corporate and Venue Operations divisions, as well as the statutory compliance requirements for the business. As part of this role you will be responsible for, but not limited to Be the dedicated accountant for Corporate and Venue Operations divisions Analyse and provide commentaries for budget, actual and forecast Responsible for Fixed Assets Register and Capital Expenditures Prepare FBT, BAS and ABS returns Prepare reconciliations and standing journals About you¦ Essential knowledge, skills competencies Completed tertiary accounting education and working towards a CA or CPA qualification Minimum 2 years™ experience in an accounting role Have strong analytic and problem solving skills Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills Have strong focus on providing excellent service to internal and external clients, with the ability to address issues and requests promptly. Be legally entitled to live work in Australia. About us¦ The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) manages the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sydney Royal competitions, the RAS Foundation, Australasian Animal Registry and the Sydney Showground. The RAS has a team of over 130 full-time staff “ and an indispensable pool of casual staff - who work on the Easter Show, events at the Sydney Showground and other activities and events. How to Apply¦ Please complete the requested work history education information on the application page. This is to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. APPLY NOW No recruitment agencies please We thank you for your interest in the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW and Sydney Showground and look forward to receiving your application.

location Wentworth Point NSW, Australia


ACCOUNTANT

Permanent Full Time Appointment Independent School Sector CA or CPA qualifications preferred About The Springfield Anglican College The Springfield Anglican College is a leading coeducational College in the Greater Springfield area. Operating on two campuses, Primary and Secondary, and numbering nearly 1000 students from Kindergarten to Year 12, the College offers a vibrant, holistic education where students are provided with opportunities to succeed and flourish. The Opportunity An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced CAor CPA-Qualified Accountant to join the College. Responsible to the Business Manager, the Accountant contributes to the vision and goals of the organisation by providing efficient and effective management and maintenance of the accounting function. The Accountant will assist in the development and management of the Colleges financial direction. You will have significant experience in Strategic financial management advice Operational management support Financial reporting and accountability Managing the Asset Register Maintaining Capital Project records Your Application The successful applicant will preferably be CA or CPA-Qualified, and have relevant tertiary qualifications (Bachelor of Business Commerce). It is expected that you will have experience in a similar role and you will have a professional approach to your work. Experience working within a school environment would be an advantage but is not considered essential. A Working with Children Blue Card or the ability to attain one is a requirement for this role. Applications close 500pm Monday 23 July 2018 For more information on this exciting opportunity, including selection criteria, please access the Website (www.tsac.qld.edu.au) and go to the careers link. If you are short-listed for interview, you will be asked for your date of birth, as it is a requirement of the Brisbane Diocese of the Anglican Church of Australia that pre-employment checks are conducted. For further information, contact Melanie Shuter, Human Resource and Compliance Manager recruitmenttsac.qld.edu.au

location Brisbane QLD 4300, Australia


Senior Manager, Investment Development Finance

See yourself in our team Investment Development is a specialist team within Financial Services that supports the Group with commercial analysis which is used to ensure strategic decision making, compliance, and operational excellence. Do work that matters Investment Development plays an integral role at the intersection of corporate strategy and the execution of the Group™s objectives. By performing due diligence on internal investments (large capex projects) and external investments (mainly MA), we position CBA for the future. The team adds value to the Group by championing the investment prioritisation and evaluation process for the group and Promoting a consistent evaluation process through the life of the investment. Responsibilities of the role will include Facilitating the proper management and governance of Group investments from concept to post implementation Owning the Investment Prioritisation Process for the Group Active prioritisation of the Group investments portfolio Presentations of portfolio performance, analytics and recommendations for the Executive Leadership Team Identification, review and advice on the risk, governance, strategic and commercial aspects of proposals and in-flight projects Managing a team of managers, associates and graduates We™re interested in hearing from people who Banking andor technical corporate finance experience Genuine interest in developing your own commercial acumen Exceptional interpersonal skills Continuous improvement mindset Experience in how strategies can be implemented Relevant post graduate qualification, with excellent academic outcomes (e.g. CA, CPA or CFA, MBA) The people, businesses and communities we serve are wonderfully diverse. To reflect this, were committed to hiring a similarly diverse workforce. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, well support you at every stage of your career.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia