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Assistant Accountant

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. What can our construction projects build for you? Your opportunity This role will be fixed term for 12 months to cover the current Assistant Accountant who will be on Maternity Leave during that period. Reporting to the Senior Financial Accountant, the Assistant Accountant will sit within the Finance team and be accountable for Monthly financial reporting “ Assist with the preparation of detailed schedules to ensure appropriate presentation and classification of balance sheet and profit and loss accounts. Analysis and Commentary “ Assist with the analysis and commentary on key balance sheet accounts Balance Sheet Control Framework “ Assisting with compliance with the CPB Balance Sheet Control Framework Process improvement “ Continually challenge the processes and systems in place to ensure optimum efficiency, automation and quality of financial reporting process. Journal processing “ Preparing and processing month-end journal entries. Procure to pay “ As the junior member of the team, there will be a requirement to prepare a small number of purchase orders, process invoices and staff expense claims. Project work “ Assist with ad-hoc project work as and when required, including initiatives for process improvements. Our minimum requirements for this role are Desire to study towards CA CPA qualification Bachelor™s Degree in AccountingFinance or related discipline Some experience of working in a corporate environment and with accounting systems would be an advantage (but is not essential). Strong written and verbal communication skills. High level of competency in using Microsoft Office tools (esp. Excel), with ability to identify efficiencies and automation 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


Tax Accountant

About the business We are a small and friendly public practice who pride ourselves on our exceptional service to our clients. About the role This is a full time role, you will deal with clients directly and report to the practice manager and the principal accountant. You will be involved in all facets of the clients business and managing a mix portfolio of sole traders, companies, trusts, SMSFs and non-for profit organisations. You will be responsible for the preparation of Tax Returns, financial Statements and BAS Returns for all types of entities mainly small businesss. This may include other duties such as Trust and Company formations and ad hoc projects as required by principal. Benefits and perks Competitive salary package Opportunity to learn and grow in this position - only limited by your attitiude Work related support and development offered by principal Skills and experience Qualified or part qualified Minimum two years tax experience Knowledge of Sage Handisoft software Xero Able to work with minimal supervision Sense of humour

Sydney NSW 2132, Australia


FP&A Analyst

Who we are We are news. We are sport. We are News Corp Australia. And we are doing things differently. The nation™s most influential media organisation, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sports brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate and parenting. We have the largest online news audience in the country, with a bigger digital footprint than Facebook. This role sits within our newly created Planning Performance team. You will be responsible for the execution and delivery of efficient, standardised and consistently high quality reporting, planning and analysis, to internal and external stakeholders, in order to provide News Corp with financial insight to make informed business decisions on performance and future growth opportunities The person Demonstrated experience in delivering budgets, forecasts and reporting Tertiary qualifications in Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or another relevant discipline CACPA qualified A strong record of working collaboratively and constructively within a team Strong analytical skills, a solutions focus and strong attention to detail Ability to work on several different projects at one time, working to strict deadlines to deliver the desired results for the business What™s Next? This full-time role is based in our lively Surry Hills office in Sydney. There™s an on-site gym, coffee on tap, and plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars nearby to keep your worklife balance healthy. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. If you are interested in this opportunity and have the appropriate skill set, please apply and attach your CV in Word format using the appropriate link or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.comcareers

Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Assistant Accountant - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract

Sumitomo Australia Pty Ltd (SAPL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, one of Japan™s leading integrated trading companies. With a long history, our group has a global team of 72,000 employees™ across 67 countries. We are a key player in the global exchange of goods, services and technology. From exploring raw materials to launching business project to creating new lifestyles, we aspire to meet present and future needs. Our businesses include trade in a wide range of products, provide integrated supply chain management services and engage in investment and business development across various industries. THE OPPORTUNITY Based in the heart of Sydney CBD, you will be responsible for assisting business departments and assigned group companies on accounting related duties with the aim of ensuring smooth operation of the Accounting department. This is a newly created role, full time 12-month fixed term contract with the potential to become permanent. Reporting to our Corporate Accountant, the successful candidate will be required to perform the following Prepare creditorsdebtors confirmation and reports GL reconciliations Payment and billing verification and confirmation Assist in completing quarterly BAS reports Assist in completing monthly recurring journals and monthly fixed asset and stock reconciliation reports Maintain and update fixed asset register and depreciation schedules Conduct yearly fixed asset count and fixed asset investigation reports Assist in preparing financial and management reports as required ABOUT YOU High integrity and work ethic AccountingFinance degree qualifications Attention to detail and high level of accuracy Ability to prioritise tasks and work well under pressure Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills Quick learner with good flexibility and adaptable to changes Good understanding of SAP desirable Previous work experience in a similar position is highly regarded If you would like to be considered for this role and can demonstrate you have the skills and experiences outlined above, please submit your resume and a covering letter outlining your suitability via the online link. Please note that only applicants with valid Australian work rights will be considered. httpwww.sumitomocorp.com.au

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Finance and Project Advisor

The Position We are seeking an experienced Finance and Project Advisor to join the CSIRO Finance Team. In this diverse role, you will be the key Financial Management provider to a Program. You will be accountable for all aspects of the Financial Management service catalogue relevant to the Program. Working closely with the Business Unit and Corporate Financial Management teams, you will ensure accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. As you may be responsible for multiple Programs, your ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders and to manage multiple tasks simultaneously will be critical to your success in this role. Your duties will include Ensuring accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. Assisting the Finance Manager and Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with the budget process. Assisting the Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with identification of financial risks and remediation options. Ensuring all relevant deadlines are met for the Program in relation to Financial Management deliverables. Providing support for project operations and management. Location Brisbane (Dutton Park), QLD, Geelong, VIC or Canberra (Black Mountain), ACT Salary 80k to 91k plus up to 15.4 superannuation Tenure Indefinite Ref no 57473 To be successful, you will need A relevant Certificate or tertiary qualification, such as Accounting or Finance or relevant work experience in a financial environment. A history of ensuring data integrity through demonstrated attention to detail and quality data input, including proactive problem identification and appropriate responses to resolve issues. Knowledge and experience in project and management accounting as well as proficiency in MS Office programs. Proven ability identify and analyse complex or ill-defined problems, to develop appropriate and accurately communicate findings and outcomes to stakeholders. A proven history of establishing strong relationships with stakeholders to achieve a high level of trust A history of contributing to multiple teams with varying needs of support. To view the full position description and selection criteria for this role please click here Position description About CSIRO We imagine. We collaborate. We innovate. At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today “ for our customers, all Australians and the world. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Diversity is the compass that navigates our innovation. We provide an inclusive workplace that respects, values and actively pursues the benefits of a diverse workforce. We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more Balance How to Apply Please apply for this position online at httpsjobs.csiro.au and enter requisition number 57473. You will be required to upload one document only containing both your CVResume and cover letter, outlining your motivation and suitability for the role. Applications Close Sunday, 1st July 2018

Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


Finance and Project Advisor

The Position We are seeking an experienced Finance and Project Advisor to join the CSIRO Finance Team. In this diverse role, you will be the key Financial Management provider to a Program. You will be accountable for all aspects of the Financial Management service catalogue relevant to the Program. Working closely with the Business Unit and Corporate Financial Management teams, you will ensure accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. As you may be responsible for multiple Programs, your ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders and to manage multiple tasks simultaneously will be critical to your success in this role. Your duties will include Ensuring accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. Assisting the Finance Manager and Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with the budget process. Assisting the Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with identification of financial risks and remediation options. Ensuring all relevant deadlines are met for the Program in relation to Financial Management deliverables. Providing support for project operations and management. Location Brisbane (Dutton Park), QLD, Geelong, VIC or Canberra (Black Mountain), ACT Salary 80k to 91k plus up to 15.4 superannuation Tenure Indefinite Ref no 57473 To be successful, you will need A relevant Certificate or tertiary qualification, such as Accounting or Finance or relevant work experience in a financial environment. A history of ensuring data integrity through demonstrated attention to detail and quality data input, including proactive problem identification and appropriate responses to resolve issues. Knowledge and experience in project and management accounting as well as proficiency in MS Office programs. Proven ability identify and analyse complex or ill-defined problems, to develop appropriate and accurately communicate findings and outcomes to stakeholders. A proven history of establishing strong relationships with stakeholders to achieve a high level of trust A history of contributing to multiple teams with varying needs of support. To view the full position description and selection criteria for this role please click here Position description About CSIRO We imagine. We collaborate. We innovate. At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today “ for our customers, all Australians and the world. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Diversity is the compass that navigates our innovation. We provide an inclusive workplace that respects, values and actively pursues the benefits of a diverse workforce. We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more Balance How to Apply Please apply for this position online at httpsjobs.csiro.au and enter requisition number 57473. You will be required to upload one document only containing both your CVResume and cover letter, outlining your motivation and suitability for the role. Applications Close Sunday, 1st July 2018

Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


Graduate Assistant Accountant

An exciting opportunity exists for enthusiastic, degree qualified Accounting Graduates to join our Superannuation department. Working within a dynamic and supportive team environment you will receive excellent training from industry leading professionals, as well as fantastic opportunities for career progression. Your primary duties and responsibilities will include Entering and allocating all accounting transactions for Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs) Completing monthly bank reconciliations for SMSFs Collating and providing SMSF information to Financial Advisors Assisting in completion of the financial statements and tax returns for SMSFs Liaising with the ATO, banks and other related parties on behalf of the client To be successful in this role you need A strong desire to liaise closely with clients on a daily basis Accounting degree qualified with academic results of a high calibre Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent attention to detail, our service to our clients depends heavily on our accuracy Passion for a long term career in accounting Benefits of working with Dixon Advisory Attractive salary package with 6 monthly bonus structure Extensive training and mentoring by industry leading professionals Financial support in gaining CA or CPA Young and vibrant culture Commitment to a healthy work environment with a free healthy breakfast provided each morning Generous fitness rebate Access to discounted financial services for Dixon Advisory staff and their family Dixon Advisory as an employer Dixon Advisory is a holistic family wealth management firm supporting over 8,000 members to optimise their wealth for retirement through self managed super funds (SMSFs). Our support includes year-round investment, accounting, compliance and administration assistance “ something weve been committed to for 30 years. As one of Australias premier SMSF providers, our team of more than 350 employees based in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and New York work together to provide a global outlook for investing. If you have the skill set and drive to make this role your own we would love to have you as part of our team Please apply by sending us your cover letter, resume and academic transcript.

Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Graduate Assistant Accountant

An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic, degree qualified Accounting Graduate to join our Canberra Superannuation department. Working within a dynamic and supportive team environment you will receive excellent training from industry leading professionals, as well as fantastic opportunities for career progression. Your primary duties and responsibilities will include Entering and allocating all accounting transactions for Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs) Completing monthly bank reconciliations for SMSFs Collating and providing SMSF information to Financial Advisors Assisting in completion of the financial statements and tax returns for SMSFs Liaising with the ATO, banks and other related parties on behalf of the client To be successful in this role you need A strong desire to liaise closely with clients on a daily basis Accounting degree qualified (or soon to be) with academic results of a high calibre Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent attention to detail, our service to our clients depends heavily on our accuracy Passion for a long term career in accounting Benefits of working with Dixon Advisory Attractive salary package with 6 monthly bonus structure Extensive training and mentoring by industry leading professionals Financial support in gaining CA or CPA Young and vibrant culture Commitment to a healthy work environment with a free healthy breakfast provided each morning Generous fitness rebate Access to discounted financial services for Dixon Advisory staff and their family Dixon Advisory as an employer Dixon Advisory is a holistic family wealth management firm supporting over 8,000 members to optimise their wealth for retirement through self managed super funds (SMSFs). Our support includes year-round investment, accounting, compliance and administration assistance “ something weve been committed to for 30 years. As one of Australias premier SMSF providers, our team of more than 350 employees based in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and New York work together to provide a global outlook for investing. If you have the skill set and drive to make this role your own we would love to have you as part of our team Please apply by sending us your cover letter, resume and academic transcript.

Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


Finance and Project Advisor

The Position We are seeking an experienced Finance and Project Advisor to join the CSIRO Finance Team. In this diverse role, you will be the key Financial Management provider to a Program. You will be accountable for all aspects of the Financial Management service catalogue relevant to the Program. Working closely with the Business Unit and Corporate Financial Management teams, you will ensure accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. As you may be responsible for multiple Programs, your ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders and to manage multiple tasks simultaneously will be critical to your success in this role. Your duties will include Ensuring accurate and compliant financial records for the Program. Assisting the Finance Manager and Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with the budget process. Assisting the Financial Performance and Strategy Co-ordinator with identification of financial risks and remediation options. Ensuring all relevant deadlines are met for the Program in relation to Financial Management deliverables. Providing support for project operations and management. Location Brisbane (Dutton Park), QLD, Geelong, VIC or Canberra (Black Mountain), ACT Salary 80k to 91k plus up to 15.4 superannuation Tenure Indefinite Ref no 57473 To be successful, you will need A relevant Certificate or tertiary qualification, such as Accounting or Finance or relevant work experience in a financial environment. A history of ensuring data integrity through demonstrated attention to detail and quality data input, including proactive problem identification and appropriate responses to resolve issues. Knowledge and experience in project and management accounting as well as proficiency in MS Office programs. Proven ability identify and analyse complex or ill-defined problems, to develop appropriate and accurately communicate findings and outcomes to stakeholders. A proven history of establishing strong relationships with stakeholders to achieve a high level of trust A history of contributing to multiple teams with varying needs of support. To view the full position description and selection criteria for this role please click here Position description About CSIRO We imagine. We collaborate. We innovate. At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today “ for our customers, all Australians and the world. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Diversity is the compass that navigates our innovation. We provide an inclusive workplace that respects, values and actively pursues the benefits of a diverse workforce. We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more Balance How to Apply Please apply for this position online at httpsjobs.csiro.au and enter requisition number 57473. You will be required to upload one document only containing both your CVResume and cover letter, outlining your motivation and suitability for the role. Applications Close Sunday, 1st July 2018

Brisbane QLD 4102, Australia


Management Accountant

CoreLogic is the industrys leading provider of property information, analytics and risk management services in Australia and New Zealand, serving thousands of real estate agents, developers, investors and multi-national corporations and financial institutions, including the Reserve Bank of Australia. Our main activity is the delivery of accurate and detailed property information and analytics. Position Summary Calculate and report on sales commissions for the national sales team. Assist the senior management accountant delivering reports for senior management, particularly sales statistics and sales commissions. This role focuses on month end as well as weekly reports and meeting deadlines is essential, as is the accuracy of all calculations. Key Responsibilities Weekly calculation of sales statistics, focused on the number ( value) of subscriptions sold Weekly monthly reporting of sales statistics Calculation and reporting of sales commissions, requiring an understanding of the terms conditions of various commission agreements Preparing commission payment schedule, month end journals balance sheet reconciliations Liaising with relevant stakeholders including sales staff, sales managers, payroll others Assisting senior management accountant with other reports, including the weekly KPI report revenue reporting Providing adhoc information for management as required Key Competencies Required Attention to detail Ability to meet deadlines Effective communication skills Strong MS Excel skills (and a fast learner) Proactive approach to identifying process improvements Strong work ethic, enthusiasm and willingness to learn Ability to adjust to changing requirements Experience and Education Required Tertiary accounting degree Part qualified as a CA or CPA Experience in an accounting role (either practice or corporate) NB Only apply if you have full rights to work in Australia

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Finance Analyst

Who we are We are news. We are sport. We are News Corp Australia. And we are doing things differently. The nation™s most influential media organisation, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sports brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate and parenting. We have the largest online news audience in the country, with a bigger digital footprint than Facebook. This role sits within our newly created Planning Performance team. You will be responsible for the execution and delivery of efficient, standardised and consistently high quality reporting, planning and analysis, to internal and external stakeholders, in order to provide News Corp with financial insight to make informed business decisions on performance and future growth opportunities The person Demonstrated experience in delivering budgets, forecasts and reporting Tertiary qualifications in Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or another relevant discipline CACPA qualified A strong record of working collaboratively and constructively within a team Strong analytical skills, a solutions focus and strong attention to detail Ability to work on several different projects at one time, working to strict deadlines to deliver the desired results for the business What™s Next? This full-time role is based in our lively Surry Hills office in Sydney. There™s an on-site gym, coffee on tap, and plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars nearby to keep your worklife balance healthy. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. If you are interested in this opportunity and have the appropriate skill set, please apply and attach your CV in Word format using the appropriate link or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.comcareers

Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Head of Business & Finance

St Augustines College - Sydney is a Catholic Congregational school teaching the Augustinian values of Truth, Love and Community. The College has a strong academic tradition and commitment to pastoral care. St Augustine™s College is a Year 5 “ 12 school of more than 1,200 boys located in the northern beaches of Sydney. Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experience persons for the position of Head of Business and Finance. The successful applicant will have Commitment to the College™s Mission and Augustinian Charism Excellent management skills to ensure smooth oversight of the financial and business operations Tertiary qualifications in relevant fields. MBA, CPA and CA are well regarded Experience in leading across financial, legal, compliance, risk management and regulatory matters Exceptional problem-solving skills with the ability to resolve financial matters with staff, parents and wider community Ability to nurture communication, hospitality and involvement in the College community. To obtain an information package please contact Paul Campey Partner Resolve Consulting Group Email “ paulresolveconsulting.net Applications close 8 July 2018

Warringah Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


Graduate or Accounting Student - Taxation

Seeking someone casualpart-time who is available to commence asap for approximately 2 - 3 days per week Graduates andor University students encouraged to apply Flexibility essential - every Friday is essential along with 1 or 2 other days per week (can be any day) Role will involve preparing individual tax returns, and other duties, including BAS preparation. Training will be provided. Answering phone and administration will be included in role, handling client enquiries and filing Pleasant friendly personality essential Relaxed small friendly practice in Camp Hill, Brisbane

Brisbane QLD 4152, Australia


Financial Controller

About Zest Care A leading dynamic and innovative government approved provider of early education, disability and care services. For over 17 years we have successfully provided quality childrens services into the homes of families throughout Sydney. Our services have a real impact upon the wellbeing of children, their families and the community as a whole. As we continuously strive to develop as an organisation, we have been successfully broadening our service delivery into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) with a 900 growth in the past year, providing personalised care solutions for a range of children, young adults and adults living with disability and additional needs. As a Financial Controller The Financial Controller provides technical financial support, advice and guidance on all areas of financial analysis, financial operations and reporting. This position will provide comprehensive advice on financial operations to assist in the achievement of business objectives. Your main functions which include, but not limited to Provide advice on a range of financial issues including budgeting, resource planning and utilisation, asset management and performance analysis. Assist with development of asset management strategies, capital expenditure budgets and sound cash flow. Ensure financial data is current, accurate and comprehensive and meets business and reporting needs. Maintain the integrity of financial data and reporting. Provide consistent, responsive and informed analysis and monthly reports, forecasts and workforce management reports. Support the CEO in the delivery of appropriate Financial Strategies and priorities. About you To be successful in this role you will demonstrate the following skills attributes Tertiary qualifications in Financial Management and Accounting including appropriate professional memberships. In-depth knowledge and application of the legislation, statutory requirements, policies and procedures applying to financial management and accounting. Demonstrated knowledge of financial management and accounting, including internal control frameworks and statutory compliance requirements. Knowledge of financial management reports and analysis, business cases, annual accounts and financial forecasts. Demonstrated experience providing financial management and planning services. Including develop budgets and business cases, forecasts, business performance reporting and analysis. Demonstrated ability to manage the integrity of data and structures within integrated financial management system. Excellent computer skills particularly in complex spreadsheet and database applications. Strong leadership skills. Ability to work strategically and operationally. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong Influencing skills and capabilities. Previous experience working in community servicesdisability sector desirable. What We Offer Professional developmental opportunities. A supportive team culture and working environment. Opportunity to be a part of an evolving and growing organisation that makes a real difference in the lives of families and individuals with disabilities. Attractive salary and benefits. Working for Zest Care means opportunities and exposure to innovative thinking and professional growth If you are motivated, passionate and committed to making a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities with disabilities and additional needs apply now

N Rocks Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


Payroll Manager

About the business Delivering the support you need DSI Underground is Australias largest manufacturer and supplier of specialist strata reinforcement and support products to the underground coal and metalliferous mining sectors. We are currently seeking an experienced and passionate Payroll Manager to join our Finance team, based at our Asia Pacific head office in Bennetts Green (Newcastle). Reporting to the Cost Accountant and working closely with the Chief Financial Officer, our Payroll Manager is primarily responsible for the management of end-to-end payroll processes for the organisations Australian team. About the role Your key duties and responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Processing weekly payroll for all DSI Employees Preparation and payment of adjustments to payroll as required Maintenance of employee computer records as required including personal details, pay rates, allowances, deductions, superannuation, leave accruals etc Preparation and distribution of Payment summaries to employees Preparation and distribution of ETP payment summaries Electronic remittance of payment Summary Information to the ATO Preparation and payment of annual payroll tax returns for all states Ensuring changes that take place in new financial years are incorporated into payroll system (eg. pay rises, PAYG tax rates, HECS rates, SGC rate.) Ensuring any employees with a withholding variation revert to normal rates until new withholding variation is received from the ATO Recovering workers compensation wages reimbursement from our insurer. Benefits and perks An attractive remuneration package Opportunity to develop within an expanding global organization Excellent work, life, balance Corporate fitness subsidies Annual leave loading. Skills and experience To be considered for this opportunity you will possess Previous experience in a similar role, dealing with a high volume of employees for payroll purposes A high level of attention to detail and accuracy Demonstrated strong and effective problem-solving skills The ability to multi task and prioritise effectively Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work well in a team and independently Proficiency in Microsoft programs such as Word and Excel Specific qualifications in business or related discipline will be highly regarded

Newcastle NSW 2290, Australia


Hospital Payroll and Accounts Support

ABOUT THE COMPANY Macquarie Health Corporation is a leading operator of private hospitals in Australia. We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Payroll OfficerHospital Finance Support to work at the Delmar Private Hospital in the Northern Beaches. You will be working within a friendly and diverse team in a collaborative culture which prides itself on quality and excellence. ABOUT THE ROLE You will be responsible for managing and performing end to end fortnightly payroll for approximately 140 employees across the departments and responsible for AP, AR and month end processing (including production of the Management Account). You will also manage the payroll system (Micropay Meridian) across the full employee life cycle. DUTIES Reporting to the Admin and Finance ManagerHospital Director directly. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Payroll Processing of the fortnightly payroll. Handling new starter and termination activities within the system. Maintaining and updating employee data in Micropay Meridian. Handling employee payroll queries including superannuation, leave management and sick leave management. Preparing ad hoc reports as required. Preparing fortnightlymonthly reconciliations including payroll, superannuation and leave liability. Preparing payroll tax and workers compensation submissions. EOFY processing including Group Certificate preparation and issuance of Group Certificates and updating payroll Tax table with the help of MHC IT. AccountsFinance Total management of Accounts Payable including invoice processing and EFT payments. Total management of Accounts Receivable including claim processing, receipting and managing debtors. Prepare, maintain and reconcile records of income and expenditure. Support and collaborate with the Admin Managers, Senior Managers and Hospital Directors at the hospitals. Month end or period end process including Bank reconciliation, intercompany reconciliation and journal entries. Preparation of monthly management reports pack for the senior management meeting. Responsible for the month end GL reconciliation. General administrative duties including filing and documentation. SKILLS EXPERIENCE Minimum 3 years™ experience in a stand-alone payrollFinance Support role. Experience managing end-to-end payroll within Micropay Meridian or similar is essential. A high attention to detail and strong numeracy skills. Ability to build relationships and communicate effectively across all levels of the business. Ability to manage data migration tasks for the payroll and Finance System (Desirable). Strong written communication skills and experience in creation of policies procedures Ability to work to deadlines and prioritise workload. Previous experience working in a Hospital environment. HOW TO APPLY Click the APPLY button on seek and submit both your resume and a cover letter. For further enquiries please contact Emma Markala, Corporate Administration via e-mail at emarkalamachealth.com.au or call 02 9692 7921, thank you.

Warringah Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


Feedlot Assistant Accountant

About the Role With the expansion of our cattle backgrounding program and the reopening of the Yambinya Feedlot, an exciting opportunity for a Feedlot Assistant Accountant currently exists. This role will form part of the current Feedlot Accounting Team and be based in the Northern Head Office at Riverview. Responsibilities Collecting and recording of data for preparation of timely and accurate weekly monthly resultsreports Preparation of journals and general ledger reconciliations Preparation of month end reports including analysis of operating costs Serve as a business partner to the Yambinya Feedlot and Southern Livestock Team, providing support on all matters relating to the Feedlot performance and financial processes Follow up of and liaison with Senior Management queries on site Inventory control including reconciliations of stock on hand and cattle movements Coding and review of all Livestock and General Accounts Payable invoices Responsible for monitoring AFE project completion and facilitation of asset capitalisation Criteria Must possess strong working knowledge of accounting principles SAP experience is preferred Accounting qualifications will be highly regarded Excellent written and verbal communication skills Identifies basic cause effect relationships with strong analytical skills Exceptional ability to prioritise and multi-skill Excellent attention to detail Able to work in a fast paced environment and meet deadlines Self-starter with demonstrated ability to work autonomously and within a team environment Must be energetic, passionate and enthusiastic with a demonstrated focus on system improvement Sees an opportunity takes action Makes self fully available as required Interested? Please apply online httpjbssa.com.aujobs

Brisbane QLD 4303, Australia


Payroll Officer - 12 month contract

Who we are We are news. We are sport. We are lifestyle. We are News Corp Australia. The nation™s most influential media organisation, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news, sport and lifestyle brands such as The Australian, FOX SPORTS and delicious, we lead the way with an offering of digital marketing solutions. At News Xtend, we work hand-in- hand with our customers to understand their needs and offer a range of digital marketing solutions to enhance their digital footprint. With our HR Payroll transformation project in full flight we are in need of a Payroll Officer to join our fast paced and delivery focused team. We need all hands on deck as we transition to Preceda. With ambitious goals ahead we are need someone that is hungry for success and with can do attitude. You will work on our existing payroll system until Preceda is in play. Who you are With exciting times ahead we need your positive attitude to shine through. You will highlight your experience with Preceda and confidence with your up to date payroll knowledge. You will have worked in a large and complex environment and showcase your knowledge of awards. You will have a head for numbers and have experience with weekly and monthly payroll. You will have strong customer service skills to provide assistance to our HR community with payroll and superannuation matters. You will have a positive ˜can-do™ attitude and excellent communication organisation skills. You will take pride in your work and take ownership and accountability of meeting deadlines. Every day is a new challenge at News Corp Australia. We™re delivering the now “ we™re looking to you to deliver the future. Whats Next? This full-time role for 12 months is based in our lively Surry Hills office in Sydney. There™s an on-site gym, coffee on tap, and plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars nearby to keep your worklife balance healthy. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. To apply or find out more about careers with us, see newscorpaustralia.comcareers.

Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Accounts Manager

Rapid Crushing Screening Contractors Pty Ltd is an expanding privately owned company, established in 1978, servicing the mining, construction and quarrying industries for over 34 years with crushing and screening services throughout Western Australia. We are currently seeking a suitably qualified Accounts Manager, your core responsibilities will include (but not limited to) Managing office duties Debtor invoicing, statements and debt collection Creditor reconciliation, payments and data entry Cash and credit card reconciliations Manage and report on cash flow for the group Managing accounts receivable and accounts payable Preparation of weekly and monthly financial reports Process, lodge and reconcile BAS, PAYG, child support, fuel rebates and superannuation Maintain vehicle register and other items for Fringe Benefits Tax purposes Prepare end of year accounts for review by external accountants and preparation of tax returns Process, record and verify all financial transactions Prepare and lodge monthly WA payroll tax returns Prepare and lodge quarterly Bureau of Statistics surveys and annual reconciliation Prepare and lodge annual Workers Compensation remuneration schedule Prepare and maintain depreciation schedules Maintain work in progress and associated cost management data Manage the group insurances Assist in the development and improvement of Accounts Payable manuals, policies and procedures Assisting the Company Director. The successful applicant will possess the following Have a Degree in Accounting Minimum of 10 years experience in Accounts PayableBookkeeping along with 5 years of SupervisoryManagerial experience Strong communication skills Strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise work load Strong level of experience in Sage accounts Wage Easy payroll High degree of computer literacy i.e. Microsoft Office Suite “ Excel, Word, Outlook Excellent time management to meet the deadlines associated with this role Superb attention to detail and accuracy whilst working efficiently to meet requirements Ability to build a strong relationship with suppliers Must have a drivers licence A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate dependent on the level of experience. Please note only short listed applicants will be contacted.

Perth WA 6109, Australia


Business Services Accountant

Practice Our firm offers a full range of accounting, business advisory and consulting services to clients across a wide range of industries and business phases, from start-ups to well established entities. These services extend from consulting to automating business processes to tax structuring and contributing to client™s net worth though forward thinking strategies and asset growth options. The firm focuses on growth strategies, with consequent career advancement opportunities for ambitious people. The firm subscribes to a values based, employee supportive culture. It offers one-on-one training and mentorship from the principal plus continuing professional development (CPD) as part of CPA Australia membership for longterm employee. We are seeking a motivated Business Services Accountant to join our Sydney CBD based team. The Position Reporting to the Principal, the role carries responsibility for the typical accounting and tax tasks associated with the preparation of clients financial statements and statutory returns such as BAS and Payroll for individuals, trusts, companies and SMSFs across a wide variety of industry sectors. Duties include Preparation of Tax returns Preparation of financial statements Manage a varied clientele including individuals, trusts, companies, superannuation funds and partnerships Tax planning, research and analysis Other compliance reporting e.g. Payroll Tax Researching technical topics including business structuring and taxation matters Provide client advice Candidate The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting or an equivalent qualification, followed by a minimum of three years™ public practice experience. That background will have equipped you with the necessary accounting and taxation knowledge, coupled with interpersonal skills that enable you to relate confidently to clients on these matters. Our practice uses MYOB AO Client Accounting and BGL corporate compliance systems. Expertise in these software packages together with strong general IT skills such as Excel will be an advantage to your application. The successful candidate will also have some responsibility for building effective client relationships. Therefore, strong communication and relationship building ability are key talents for success in the role. Other skills and personal attributes essential for success in the role include High attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Problem solving skills. The ability to use initiative multitask effectively while under pressure Excellent time management skills, enabling deadlines to be met A willingness to learn, take direction and accept mentoring High motivation levels A team player attitude Australian citizenship or permanent residency Remuneration The salary is market competitive and negotiable. It will be based on the skills and experience of the successful candidate. No Recruiters please.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia