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2019 Graduate – Data & Analytics enabled Internal Audit- Sydney

Benefits of working within the DAeIA team include Opportunities to lead the implementation of risk-based analytics and innovative solutions Build and present analytics solutions to respond to complex client problems Access to the firm wide innovation program and Recognition for your ideas in uplifting our digital capability In addition, we will provide you with ongoing learning and career development opportunities including global secondments and access to leading training and development and post-graduate study program. You will also have the ability to network across our global business with sector and technical experts. The opportunity A key growth area for KPMGs Audit, Assurance and Risk Consulting practice is our Internal Audit (IA) Team. With over 300 members in the national IA team already we are looking for a diverse suite of professionals to join us and support the team at this exciting time. IA roles provide opportunities to work with blue chip organisations across a variety of industries with a particular focus on retail, education, healthcare, utilities, telco™s, not-for profits, transport, government and financial services. A key differentiator in the IA market is KPMG™s Data Analytics enabled Internal Audit (DAeIA), a team with dedicated analysts leveraging technology, data and analytics to support our national IA and broader Risk Assurance clients. The purpose of this team is to provide insights using data to assist management decision making on process improvements and control effectiveness. Visit our Career Choices page to find out more link removed What you bring Our standards are high and were interested in applicants with a strong interest in understanding business processes as well as using data and analytics to support the testing of scenarios, processes, risks and controls. We welcome different backgrounds, value all experiences and consider all qualifications particularly engineering, mathematics, advanced economics, statistics, modelling, computing or science qualifications. Were looking for talented people, team players and progressive thinkers who can communicate their ideas convincingly. You will Have a questioning mind and lots of bright ideas Be a critical thinker with strong analytical and problem solving skills Demonstrate good teamwork and leadership potential Be adaptable to new technologies and systems Previously had exposure and or a basic understanding of programming languages Have strong business and commercial acumen Be passionate about delivering high quality work What we offer you KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms with over 162,000 people in more than 155 countries. As a leading provider of advisory, audit and tax services we help organisations build, protect and realise value in dynamic and challenging business environments. Our purpose is to inspire confidence and empower change and to be the clear choice for our people, clients and the public. We provide a collaborative culture that focuses on the wellbeing of our people to drive innovation. Our workplace of the future provides an agile work environment and a career that flexes to your lifestyle, fostering an open and supportive environment that enriches our people and client experience. We support numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion, health and the environment, working on initiatives that make a genuine difference to our society. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and community. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. If you are looking for a career that will take you further, talk to us. Start here. Go anywhere. Kpmg.comaugrads

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Commercial Finance Partner

My client is a customer centric corporation with a passion for people. A recent move in the commercial operations finance team has created an opportunity for a Finance Business Partner to join the Finance Commercial Services team. In this role, a key focus will be to co-ordinate, prepare and review pricing financial impacts to assist stakeholders to make sound commercial decisions. Other aspects include Preparation of monthly performance reports articulating key underlying trends and financial insight Analyse trends, providing commentary on findings Monitor and track initiatives and report on a monthly basis. Insightful value adding commentary on monthly and quarterly forecasting results Report on impact assessment and risk. Create and maintain insightful reports providing clarification on activities and how they impact profit Assist stakeholders to understand cost drivers and indirect cost allocations Support with data extraction, preparation validation for relevant stakeholders. You will be an up and coming Finance Manager Finance Business Partner with a proven track record of success in managing complex budgets, multi site cost centre management and with dealing with non financial stakeholders. CACPA qualified and technically sharp the position will suit a dynamic high achiever seeking to enhance their track record of achievements. Outstanding presentation, influencing and stakeholder management skills are essential. Experience from one of the Top 4 accounting firms is highly regarded. Does this sound like you? Interested? Please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this position contact Jane Hughes at Acquire Talent on 0405 442889

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


2019 Graduate - Technology Risk & Assurance - Perth

Graduate Students - Your journey starts here Get on-site experience with leading Australian organisations Work on challenging projects from day one Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture The opportunity As a Management Consultant with KPMG you will have the opportunity to work with our clients to continually examine their performance, cost and policy drivers, seeking opportunities to enhance their efficiency and take advantage of opportunities arising from technological innovation and changes in regulation, consumer behaviours, demographic trends and economic conditions. Visit our Career Choices page to find out more link removed We will provide you with ongoing learning and career development opportunities including global secondments and a CA program, and you will have the ability to network across our global business with sector and technical experts. What you bring Our standards are high but were interested in more than academic qualifications. We welcome different backgrounds, value all experiences and consider all qualifications. Were looking for talented people, team players and progressive thinkers who can communicate their ideas convincingly. You will Have a questioning mind and lots of bright ideas Be a critical thinker with strong analytical and problem solving skills Demonstrate good teamwork and leadership potential Be adaptable to new technologies and systems Have strong business and commercial acumen Be passionate about delivering high quality work What we offer you KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms with over 162,000 people in more than 155 countries. As a leading provider of advisory, audit and tax services we help organisations build, protect and realise value in dynamic and challenging business environments. Our purpose is to inspire confidence and empower change and to be the clear choice for our people, clients and the public. We provide a collaborative culture that focuses on the wellbeing of our people to drive innovation. Our workplace of the future provides an agile work environment and a career that flexes to your lifestyle, fostering an open and supportive environment that enriches our people and client experience. We support numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion, health and the environment, working on initiatives that make a genuine difference to our society. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and community. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. If you are looking for a career that will take you further, talk to us. Start here. Go anywhere. Kpmg.comaugrads

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


2018 Foundations Program - Perth

As a young professional, you will find that a career with KPMG opens the door to a world of opportunities. If you are ready to build your career with us, discover the opportunities through the KPMG Foundations Program. Get ahead of the rest Gaining insight into a progressive professional services firm, what we look for and the career opportunities we offer can be difficult in the early stages of your degree. Thats why we developed KPMGs Foundations Program. This 2 day development course helps you to cut through the complexity of the graduate job market and gives you a distinctive learning experience in a professional services environment offers insider tips to enhance your professional business acumen and skills helps you succeed in the assessment process in later years by building your understanding of our business, culture and desired skills and attributes most importantly, equips you to make the right choices about your career path (whatever that may be ” or how it might change). You will be a part of an interactive program where you will get the opportunity to network with peers and experienced professionals, learn more about KPMG, and participate in a number of workshops designed to develop essential skills to help you make a successful transition from student to professional. The 2018 Foundations Program will be run over two days in October.

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


Finance Business Partner - Corporate and Banking Partnerships

QBE is one of the top 20 global general insurers and is recognised as Australias largest international insurance and Reinsurance Company, with operations in 37 countries around the world. The purpose of this role is to provide accurate and insightful management reporting and value adding financial support and advice for the executive leadership team of our Consumer Banking Partnerships Business Unit Working at QBE, we recognise the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and support a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better familylifework balance. We offer you a dynamic workplace culture, one that values and leverages the unique ideas, capabilities and experiences you bring irrespective of where you are in the world. We believe this strengthens our ability to deliver on our business goals, particularly as it relates to innovation, growth and our focus on customers. The opportunity This role will see you building strong relationships with key stakeholders both internally and externally. The key responsibilities include but are not limited to the following- Provision of financial support and advice to the assigned business areas, ensuring timely, accurate and properly supported financial analysis and commentary. Monthly management reporting to the business and to Australian New Zealand Operations Head Office Finance Extensive involvement in the annual planning and budgeting process ensuring that the QBE Australia plans and budgets are prepared on a timely basis, in alignment with business unit and management expectations, with integrity and in compliance with group deadlines Engage with the offshore Shared Services team to ensure processes impacting financial results are operating efficiently and as intended Owning the relationship between Finance and key business stakeholders Supporting the Senior Manager, Business Performance on other projects on an ad hoc basis requiring financial input and review. Co-ordinating with other teams within Finance (both onshore and offshore) What does success look like? Relevant accounting degree CACPA qualified FPA business partnering experience in a large corporate financial services organisation General Insurance experience preferred Displays initiative and curiosity and someone who has a natural enthusiasm for managing stakeholder relationships High level of business acumen and strong analysis and problem solving skills with attention to detail Demonstrated ability to work to deadlines with excellent time management and organisational skills Excellent communication and inter-personal skills Strong influencing and negotiation ability skills Strong skills in Excel and data analysis Benefits? At QBE, you will be provided with a competitive remuneration structure and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning. We offer a range of benefits and discounts including Paid Parental leave (inclusive of paid superannuation during this time) Secondment opportunities Employee assistance programme Paid volunteer leave Purchased leave Product discounts Superannuation matching Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details. Applications close Friday 7 September 2018

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Finance Business Partner

12-month contract in our Finance Team Join a thriving, growing world-leading tech company Named Australias Coolest Company for Women and one of the Best Places to Work Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, were a completely online company with an ecosystem of sites and services to help people get creative. In September 2014, one of our sites, ThemeForest, was the 90th most visited website in the world and it remains among the most visited Australian-owned website on the planet With more than 350 staff and contractors worldwide, weve helped a community of creative sellers earn more than 500 Million. JobAdvisor awarded us the title of Australias Coolest Company for Women and Diversity (2015 and 2016). We were also named as one of the Best Places to Work in Australia in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 BRW Awards. On Envato Market thousands of people earn a living selling things like WordPress themes, photos, music tracks and illustrations. With Envato Elements, we oversee one of the world™s largest subscription services for digital creatives, providing hundreds of thousands of files for unlimited download for one flat fee. We offer website design and hosting with Envato Sites. On our education platform Tuts+, over 5 million people learn skills including code, illustration, photography, web design, and more, each month. We also run a freelance marketplace called Envato Studio. You might be surprised to know that not only do we run some of the biggest websites in the world we™re also growing really fast What you™ll be doing The Finance Business Partner is responsible for supporting their divisional Finance Managers in delivering all aspects of Financial Control and FPA for the business stream or function that heshe is leading. The Business Partner will work closely with both the Finance Manager and the key stakeholders in the division that they are supporting to deliver an end-to-end finance service. Key responsibilities Supporting the Finance Manager in all aspects of accounting and compliance Preparationreviewing of key reconciliations (balance sheet and PL) Performing calculations and checks for 3rd party payments Reviewing and (processing if required) journals required in creating financial records Financial Planning and Forecasting “ working with and supporting the finance manager Prepare monthly and quarterly updates of forecast Provide ad hoc analysis and insight into the performance of your division Monthlyquarterly reporting of performance “ working with and supporting the finance manager Monthly reporting to GM™s and relevant managers (comprehensive set of metrics including performance vs. prior year, prior month, budget and forecast as well as incorporating operational and performance data) Commentary that brings insight and additional information that is not present in the raw data and influences decision making in the business Quarterly reporting and contributing to Nav team and board reporting for your division Business partnering “ right hand financial partner to GM™s and head of department Contact point for GM™s department heads Understand the business operations and be able to provide valued financialcommercial advice What we™re looking for Qualified or part qualified accountant with a minimum of 5 years experience Experience in delivering month-end process to produce timely results Understanding of key financial processes required to run a business Knowledge of financial processes and controls Ability to apply key accounting standards Understanding of budget and forecast process and ability to build a budgetforecast Ability to analyse situations and connect the dots between financial, commercial and strategic goals Attention to detail and accuracy Instinctive curiosity to look behind numbers and ask œwhy are we doing this? A natural desire to get out from behind the desk and interact with and learn about the business Systems thinking “ interest in implementing systems and processed to increase speed and accuracy Our ideal candidate has a can-do attitude and gets a kick out of making things run more effectively. You have great interpersonal skills and you can work effectively with a diverse group of people who enjoy being part of a passionate team culture. Previous experience in a high-growth business is a plus. What we offer A fantastic culture of creatively minded, hard-working people who are passionate about Envato and being part of its growth and success Flexible working conditions “ we want you to love your work but also your life outside of Envato We actively work on creating a safe, inclusive environment free from discrimination A fast-paced and progressive environment where everyone has regular interaction with teammates and Envato community members from all over the world Read more from our staff about why they love working at Envato by visiting www.jobadvisor.com.auenvato Who should apply? We care deeply about diversity and inclusion at Envato, and welcome applicants of all types, and from all backgrounds. If you think you have the skills and experience needed for this role then wed like to hear from you. What next? Submit a cover letter, an up to date copy of your resume and answers to the below questions. Good luck

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Technical Officer – Engineering & Construction

Work with a global employer on a major project Enjoy a diverse, client-facing work environment 2 year fixed-term opportunity with extension potential Job Summary The role of the Technical Officer will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on a major civil construction program across project performance and key activity updates. You will be responsible for coordinating and compiling reports, documents and data to monitor and report on delivery against planned targets. Your strong analysis skills will set you up for success and you will have a strong skill set to be able to interpret data and information to then present in a report for diverse stakeholder groups. You will be working within the Easing Sydney™s Congestion Program Office in Parramatta and reporting to the Program Reporting Manager with a dual report to the Program Director on a 2 year fixed term contract. Some of your responsibilities will include Providing advice regarding project reporting and develop and improve policies, frameworks, procedures and systems for project reporting to ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with legislation, government policy, RMS delivery plans and reporting frameworks. Engage with the business to build capability and understanding across RMS in project reporting. Provide forecasts of expenditure against achieved project milestones and adjust project forecasts and milestones. Develop and implement improvements to business systems and processes to provide scalable, consistent, efficient and effective assessment and develop and implement monitoring and reporting systems to track project performance against objectives throughout the project lifecycle. Drive continuous improvement for project management and delivery to ensure processes and procedures are optimal enabling effective project delivery. Support the Program Director and Program Reporting Manager to provide secretariat services to the relevant project review committees and work within a matrix management structure where support services are embedded within program office delivery teams. Application Criteria Construction or Engineering qualifications or similar at any level would be strongly regarded Prior exposure to Construction or Civil Engineering projects would be ideal Evidence of highly developed report writing skills in a technical environment, ideally with a global Construction or Engineering stakeholder, but not essential Strong written and verbal communication, negotiation and influencing skills with internal and external stakeholders An confident and enthusiastic personality capable of coordinating with Project and Senior Project Managers, Directors and State Government across a technical EngineeringConstruction environment Sound conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills obtained in a results driven and client focused environment Ability to ensure and adhere to compliance with existing RMS project management methodologies and reporting frameworks. Proven working knowledge of administration and analytical software Exposure in reviewing and evaluating the performance of infrastructure projects. Benefits at AECOM The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) recognises AECOM as taking a sophisticated, holistic approach to supporting women and men™s participation throughout our workplace. We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer many benefits to ensure your professional development wellbeing. Flexible start and finish times, working from home, part time and job share options State of the art, modern and contemporary offices Paid parental and partner leave Purchased additional annual leave + salary packaging Corporate Employee discounts from up to 400 retailers Wellbeing benefits e.g. Vaccinations, health insurance discounts Employee stock purchase plans Study assistance Professional and technical development opportunities.

location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


Commercial Finance Manager - Contract

We are the world™s largest premium drinks business, with an unrivalled collection of brands including Smirnoff® Vodka, Johnnie Walker®, Tanqueray® Gin and Baileys® Irish Cream Liqueur. Operating from eight locations, Diageo Australia is the leading spirits and ready-to-drink (RTD) company in Australia with iconic local brands including Bundaberg® Rum and UDL®. Within the Australian we are 420 people strong, where we are small enough to make decisions quickly and act on them while having the benefit of global best practise. Other than our people, we are also investing heavily into our brands through greater media spends, innovation (you might have seen some of our latest product launches Smirnoff Pure, Lazy Bear, Tanqueray and Tonic) and our production facilities - we have just put in a new filler costing over 5 million to keep up with the demand. The office is based at North Sydney overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with a free onsite bar and gym. What is the culture like? The way we turn up to work is simple - we act like owners, restless and agile, bold in execution and obsessed with winning. We are flexible in our approach so you can work how you need to be the most productive and fit around your life commitments. What will you be responsible for? You will sit on the Field Sales Leadership Team and partner the Head of Field to deliver against strategic objectives, execution metrics, and plan robust sales incentives. Own the monthly Forecast process for Independents, including ad-hoc analysis and identifying interventions to improve the financial outlook Analyse and provide recommendations on trading and promotional mechanics to increase Diageo™s return on activity investment Support the delivery of key systems improvements for Diageo Finance Commercial, particularly the implementation of a new CRM system. What youll bring to the table Previous experience in a SalesMarketing focused finance role. Experience with leading CRM tools or PowerBI or Anaplan Bachelor™s degree or higher in Finance, Business, Science, Mathematics or related field Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel Demonstrated ability to work and engage cross-functionally Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Finance Manager

Clough AMEC currently has a requirement for a Finance Manager to join our finance team working across our contract base within our Perth CBD office. This role is maximum term for a 3 year period. The Finance Manager is a key role within the organisation, leading the finance team to create a continuous improvement culture focused on high performing business support across projects. Reporting to the Senior Contract Manager this role is responsible for providing relevant financial information as well as leading and managing the internal team to ensure compliance and timely delivery of accounting, financial reporting and transactional information. Your key responsibilities will include Supervision, mentoring and development of the Clough AMEC Finance team. End to end responsibility for financial reporting of all group entities, including monthly management reporting, reviews and detailed commentary on performance. Responsibility for all statutory reporting. Liaison with internal and external auditors. Maintaining the integrity of the financial systems and the general ledgerensure effective internal controls are in place. Co-ordination and consolidation of the quarterly forecasting and annual budgeting cycles Cash flow monitoring and managementcash flow forecasting Taxation compliance for all entities within the group. Management of accounts payable and coordination of payroll departments. Business improvement initiatives This position requires an enthusiastic, experienced hands on team player with strong accounting and financial reporting skills. The successful applicant must be tertiary qualified and hold current CA or CPA membership along with 4-5 years commercial experience. Proven experience working to deadlines, and under pressure is essential as well as exceptional analytical and organisational skills. Experience in ORACLE ERP is preferred however proficiency in similar ERP systems will be highly regarded. Strong communication and relationship building skills are a must, as is a high level of discretion. If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution, then please Apply by following the link below. œClough AMEC promotes a workforce culture that embraces diversity. Applications from women and indigenous candidates are strongly encouraged.

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


Manager - Risk Consulting

Drive business excellence with passionate people A high performing team and collaborative team culture Professional and friendly working environment Brisbane Based Who are we Crowe Horwath in Australasia is the largest provider of accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals, small and medium enterprises and all levels of Government. From a comprehensive network of over 110 offices located in regional, rural and metropolitan areas, we combine local knowledge with world-class technology to help you on your financial journey. Our vast geographical footprint and team of over 3,000 Partners, professionals and support staff provides you access to expertise across the entire range of accounting and financial services. With affiliations to our global network, Crowe Horwath International is ranked amongst the top 10 global accounting networks, and is known for delivering quality accounting and advisory services in more than 130 countries. We are the relationship that you can count on - large enough to offer a range of expertise and skills - and small enough to provide the personal touch. The Opportunity We are currently seeking a Manager to join our dynamic Audit and Assurance team within our Risk Advisory division. This role will be responsible for providing risk consulting and internal audit services to a range of clients in the public and private sectors. You will supervise and guide assigned engagement teams on all aspects of risk consulting and internal audit engagements, leading the day to day relationship with clients and working closely with the Risk Consulting leadership team. Working with the team, you will also be provided with the opportunity to assist with practice and business development initiatives. Responsibilities include but are not limited to Assist with planning, coordinating and supervising the execution of risk consulting and internal audit engagements Preparing reports for our clients, highlighting key issues and recommended actions Ensuring high quality engagement management, including budgeting, project management and timely delivery Participating in practice development and business development initiatives. We are seeking candidates who Possess 5+ years™ experience in areas such as internal audit, risk management, IT risk, IT audit, data analytics, governance, fraud and corruption, and process and control improvement Experience mentoring and managing a team Possess the drive to maintain positive relationships Possess qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CPA or equivalent Skills in Data Analysis is desirable Experience in the following sectors would be advantageous public sector, local government, health, infrastructure, utilities Have a willingness to travel To be successful in this role, it is critical that you are highly organised, possess analytical skills and can multi-task. You will require strong written and verbal communication skills as you engage with our highly valued Clients. You will also manage a friendly and professional team. In return, Crowe Horwath provides a professional and friendly working environment, with great culture, benefits and ongoing career development opportunities. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.

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


Finance Manager

Newly Created, Senior Management Role Iconic Australian Company in Strategic Growth Mode Excellent Salary Package Progression Potential A household favourite for generations of Australians, this successful company is in strategic growth mode. Ably supported by a well resourced and visionary parent company, they are excited about recent acquisitions and future expansion plans. To support this growing business, they have created a new senior management position within their finance team. A key senior member of the finance team your role will include The overall management of the accounts function to maximise company cash flow, ensuring compliance with trading terms and credit control practices Overseeing all reconciliation activities, journal entries and ultimately, the accuracy of the general ledger Ensuring month end processes are completed within agreed deadlines and subsequent preparation of financial reports for the executive team Direct management of the accounts and payroll team, providing leadership, training and ongoing support Monitoring of all transactions to ensure compliance with Group practices and standard procedures. To be successful in this role you will Be a CPA qualified Accountant with solid experience in Financial Accounting practices in a dynamic, commercial environment Be a strong, confident leader with the capability to engage and inspire teams Demonstrate solid cash flow management expertise and ownership of a complex general ledger Thrive being œhands-on in a fast-paced environment, delivering to tight deadlines Have proven experience at a senior level in a mid-large company (annual turnover approximate 50m-100m), ideally within an FMCG environment Be fully proficient in the use of ERP software and intermediate- advanced skills in MS Excel Be seeking a long term career in a successful company with solid growth projections. Culture Benefits Excellent six- figure salary package commensurate with experience Fantastic and well appointed œopen plan modern offices with light filled, informal meeting spaces Excellent team culture Genuine career progression opportunities within a well resources and visionary Group. For a confidential discussion, please phone Julie on (03) 9571 5041, or submit your CV outlining your relevant experience by following the œapply link. Arrow Group is committed to equal opportunity employment but can only consider candidates currently resident in and with the right to work permanently in Australia

location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


Senior Auditor - Risk Consulting

Drive business excellence with passionate people A high performing team and collaborative team culture Professional and friendly working environment Brisbane Based Who Are We Crowe Horwath in Australasia is the largest provider of accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals, small and medium enterprises and all levels of Government. From a comprehensive network of over 110 offices located in regional, rural and metropolitan areas, we combine local knowledge with world-class technology to help you on your financial journey. Our vast geographical footprint and team of over 3,000 Partners, professionals and support staff provides you access to expertise across the entire range of accounting and financial services. With affiliations to our global network, Crowe Horwath International is ranked amongst the top 10 global accounting networks, and is known for delivering quality accounting and advisory services in more than 130 countries. We are the relationship that you can count on - large enough to offer a range of expertise and skills - and small enough to provide the personal touch. The Opportunity Are you intrigued by the opportunity to work for an innovative, driven and client centric organisation? An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and driven individual to join our dynamic Audit and Assurance division in our Brisbane office. This is a permanent, full-time position which offers the successful individual unique career progression opportunities. The resource will play a pivotal role in delivering internal audit services to a portfolio of clients across Queensland. Key deliverables include undertaking internal audits, client liaison, drafting reports, conducting interviews, taking the lead during meetings. Successful candidates will demonstrate the following skills 2-5 years™ experience executing internal audit programs, with relevant degree qualifications and have completed or be working towards CIA, CPA, CA, CISA (or equivalent) qualification Skills in Data Analysis is desirable Experience in the following sectors would be advantageous public sector, local government, health, infrastructure, utilities Highly organised and ability to manage multiple engagements Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Client centric approach Willingness to travel As a qualified and experienced Senior Internal Auditor, you will Adopt an investigative and proactive approach that draws on sound knowledge of accounting and auditing standards Logically and correctly analyse information to inform findings and conclusions Draft written communication that is accurate, grammatically correct, well-structured and easily understood Edit your own work to ensure that it is concise, clear and relevant Effectively project manage the audit engagement end to end, and guide supervise junior staff in the completion of their assigned tasks Ability to present and or facilitate discussions with Clients Ensure Client expectations are met and deliverables are provided per agreed schedules We are seeking candidates who are excited by new opportunities, business growth, and the freedom to make a difference for our clients. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.

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


Accountant - Operations

Integria Healthcare brings together the best names in natural healthcare to deliver a total suite of superior, scientifically proven healthcare products. We are currently seeking an experienced an Operations Accountant to join our Brisbane Office based in Eight Mile Plains. The Role Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, the Operations Accountant is responsible for providing financial and reporting support for the manufacturing, technical and logistics teams whilst taking a lead role in continuous improvement initiatives within the wider Finance team. This role is required to partner with the business and undertake analysis across various manufacturing sites as well as provide insights on production forecast projections, cost management and ROI. Key responsibilities will include Business Partner with the Manufacturing, Technical and Logistics teams to ensure there is a robust forecasting tool for each major forecast review Ensure COGs are accurate and reflect actual cost of manufacture to enable correct margins and business decisions to be made Prepare all Manufacturing, Technical and Logistics related month end financial reports and providing appropriate commentary and insight into the financial contributionimpact of these areas of the business. Monitor weekly and monthly recoveries and variance analysis data and provide insights Support business growth and identify opportunities for development and productivity improvement at the sites and more specifically, within Manufacturing, Technical and Logistics teams Assist in the control of obsolete and slow moving stock by providing analysis, insight and recommendations to reduce risk Ensure the accuracy of the transactional data from various systems Develop and maintain excellent business relationships with management and other key personnel The Person As a value™s driven business loving where we work, pulling together, and having passion in everything we do is at the heart of being an Integria Healthcare team member. We want like-minded people to join us and our ideal candidate has Accounting qualification with 5+ years™ experience as CA or CPA Previous experience in a similar role with manufacturing accounting, product costing, inventory reporting and supply chain Advanced Excel and modelling skills coupled with strong ERP knowledge of SAP and Pronto Strong commercial acumen with the ability to foster relationships internally and externally Strong analytical skills and management reporting methodology Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated ability to counsel, coach, negotiate, problem solve, influence and persuade Ability to act confidentially with discretion in all matters What we offer you Culture of empowerment and collaboration with a high motivated and high performing team Working with established, trusted brands in a growing company Access to our employee assistance program and wellbeing program Discounted private health insurance This is an exciting opportunity to join the Integria Healthcare Team, applications close 5pm AEST Friday, 17th August 2018. Please note that preferred candidates may be required to undertake drug alcohol testing andor a medical assessment as part of the pre-employment process. Please apply via the link below or contact the Human Resources Team at careersintegria.com. Visit us at www.integria.com for more information.

location Brisbane QLD 4113, Australia


Accountant

Based from our Head Office in St Leonards - Hamilton Island Enterprises have an opportunity for a permanent part-time Accountant to join the team for 25 hoursweek. This role would suit an assistant accountant book keeper. About the Role Part Time Role - based on 25 hours per week, ideally across 5 days Monitor and process transactions relating to trust accounts as part of a team of three Assist the Systems Accountant in the administration of the financial system Prepare reconciliations of selected general ledger accounts as directed by the Finance Manager Prepare and input journals where necessary Assist with the month-end and year-end accounting processes Handle helpdesk enquiries on a rotating roster Liaise with external auditors as required About You DegreeDiploma qualified in Accountancy (Essential) High level excel skills (Essential) Working towards CPACA qualifications (Desirable) Real Estate exposure advantageous Great problem solving skills Good communication and administration skills Strong attention to detail Ability to work well under pressure and to set deadlines Friendly and enthusiastic attitude Culture and Benefits Two blocks from St Leonards train station and food court Free staff gym and showers in the building Regular discounted fitness classes Family and friends accommodation rates Bright spacious office with cityscape views Friendly and welcoming team To apply, click the Apply button or visit www.hamiltonisland.com.aucareers

location Sydney NSW 2065, Australia


Senior Consultant - Corporate Tax

Our vision BDO is the world™s fifth largest full service audit, tax and advisory firm, with the depth and breadth of services and expertise capable of delivering on all of our clients™ needs. We realise that no two organisations are the same, and what we value most is the relationships we develop with our clients as we work with them to deliver on their distinctively different needs. Why BDO? BDO™s Tax Advisory team is an expanding player in the WA market. We have been successful in building on existing relationships while also capitalising on many new business opportunities by delivering technical excellence, industry experience and unbeatable value. Key Responsibilities Preparation of complex tax compliance and advisory work to a high standard, including preparation of tax effect accounting calculations, corporate restructures, acquisitions and divestments, utilisation of tax losses and tax consolidation, CGT etc. Developing relationships with clients to identify opportunities Liaison with clients and ATO on tax compliance matters Assistance with proposals and management of client engagements, including WIP management, billings, client deliverables and correspondence Coaching and motivating junior colleagues, including supervision of work outputs and mentoring To be successful in this position, you must demonstrate the following Tertiary qualified CA qualified (or equivalent qualification) or nearing completion Previous professional experience (at least 4-5 years) in Corporate Tax Ability to build excellent client relationships, with a strong track record of delivering high quality outcomes A willingness to increase knowledge base in core tax areas. At BDO, we believe that the heart of our business isn™t about numbers and spreadsheets, it is about our people and we are committed to providing our people with an environment that enables them to work to their full potential. To learn more about who we are, review our ˜BDO in Australia™ LinkedIn page or online at www.bdo.com.au. Next steps If this sounds like the opportunity youre looking for, please apply online at www.bdo.com.au or click the Apply button. For any queries in relation to the role please contact People Culture on (08) 6382 4629.

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


Commercial Finance Analyst

About HelloFresh At HelloFresh, we want to change the way people eat. Over the past 6 years weve seen this mission spread beyond our wildest dreams. Now, we are the leading global company in the expanding online recipe kit delivery market. So, how did we do it? Our weekly recipe boxes full of exciting recipes and lovingly sourced, fresh ingredients have blossomed into a community of inspired, energised home cooks that expands across the globe. We are one of the fastest growing meal kit businesses and are active and growing in 10 different countries across 3 continents. If you would like to join an energetic and highly motivated team and work in a dynamic, high-energy, high-growth field where you can really have an impact and make a difference every single day then join us and become part of developing a global fresh food champion. Job description This role will be suited to an individual with a strong technical and commercial background. You will be the lead on all aspects of finance within the logistics department with direct interaction to management. You have a number of years experience and be able to add value through insightful analysis You will¦ Report to central finance and assist in the preparation of weekly monthly financial reports Be the point of contact for financial reporting, audit and tax queries Design and implement process improvements through simplification and automation Investigate and maintain data integrity Design, manage and continually improve processes around month end close and day to day finance operations Provide in-depth value adding analysis around weekly cost reporting and margin analysis (route optimisation, modelling) Assist and guide the management board in relation to financial updates and actions needed Business partner with a number of internal and external stakeholders. Mandatory requirements You have¦ Strong business acumen. You add value through analysis and process improvement A strong working knowledge of fundamental accounting principles Preference to candidates with experience in an ops focused or logistics business “ ideally 2+ years experience within this environment. Strong Excel (pivot tablesv-look), software skills. A general understanding of ERP systems and SQL would be beneficial. Desirable that you are qualified (CA) but not a must Passion, drive and fantastic communication skills You are¦ Keen to grow with a fast-growing organisation and turn your experience into a platform for future career growth Able to work autonomously and with limited direction and build from the ground up Proactive, ambitious, and assertive you take ownership of your work and think beyond the scope of a given assignment Compensation Competitive salary with benefits

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Business Analyst

The Moly-Cop business was acquired by American Industrial Partners (AIP), a US Private Equity firm, from Arrium in January 2017 for USD1.23B and currently has nine facilities located throughout Australasia (Australia and Indonesia), Latin America (Chile, Peru and Mexico) and North America (US and Canada). The business supplies steel consumables, primarily grinding media to the Copper Gold mineral processing sector. The business has revenues in excess of USD1.2Billion and employs more than 1700 direct employees. Moly-Cop is looking for a Business Analyst on a 6-12 month contract to be based in beautiful Newcastle. This role reports to the Vice President “ Business Development and will support the Business Development team in the analysis and business case development for organic and strategic opportunities to improve the company™s position in the industry and bottom-line earnings. Responsibilities of the role include providing analytical and research support for significant capex investments and growth projects, supporting the co-ordination and update of market plans, and supporting due diligence and integration work. We are looking for someone who has exceptional analytical skills, the ability to effectively operate in a fast-moving international business environment, the ability to forecast issues and potential business risks, strong strategic thinking capability and excellent written, verbal, and communication skills. The successful candidate also must Be degree qualified with 5-10 years™ experience in a financial, commercial or business analysis capacity Have second to none attention to detail and accuracy Possess strong business and financial acumen and have experience in business case modelling and financial evaluation Be comfortable in operating in International Cross cultural organisations and the ability to work in a fast paced environment and deliver outcomes against tight deadlines Be pro-active and self-directed in their approach. If you™re not afraid of hard work, and looking for an opportunity to sink your teeth into a broad range of financial activities for a business in an exciting period of growth and change, then we want to hear from you. We work smarter, appreciate diversity and never back away from a challenge. If that sounds like you, wed love to hear from you.

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Supply Chain Finance Analyst

Campbell Arnotts.... The ingredients to be extraordinary. Where icon brands thrive. People are valued. And you can make a difference. With an outstanding portfolio of brands across the biscuit, soup, stock and juice categories, we are committed to proudly building consumers best loved brands. Through our talented employees and teams, we deliver our brand promise there is no substitute for quality. We are now looking for a Supply Chain Finance Analyst to join the team at our Head Office in North Strathfield. Reporting to the Supply Chain Finance Manager, you will take responsibility for providing financial support to the Supply Chain Function with an emphasis on reporting and analysis for the Arnott™s Business. Key Responsibilities Business partner with key functional areas including Logistics Operations Key contact with wider finance team Preparation of monthly Supply Chain reports providing insight by highlighting trends and identifying cost drivers Assisting in the production of annual budgets and monthly and weekly forecasts for Supply Chain expenditure, variances and overhead recoveries Ad hoc reporting and analysis. The key ingredients you will need to be successful in this role CPACA or studying towards Financial business partnering experience and the ability to work with people of all levels within the organisation Competence with systems based analyticalreporting tools Strong Microsoft Excel spreadsheet skills So, if you are looking for your next career opportunity and want to be part of building an extraordinary business, Click the APPLY button below

location Parramatta Rd, Concord NSW 2137, Australia


Senior Accountant

Our client Mills Resources has been engaged by a trusted client to partner with them in the recruitment of a Senior Accountant with 6+ years experience to join their accounting practice on a permanent basis. With an existing client base to work with and continuing referrals coming into the firm, the incumbent will work with their client listing whilst managing output of intermediate and junior accountants. Role and responsibilities Handling complex compliance work including but not limited to preparation of tax returns and financial statements for individuals, companies, trusts and partnerships. Managing and reviewing BAS, CGT and FBT. Conducting tax planning face to face with clients requiring exceptional communication skills. Preparing cash flow forecasts, researching tax matters where required and assisting in the preparation of annual client budgets. Liasing with and building relationships with clients, the ATO and other bodies as relevant and required. Providing advice to a large and varied client base. Managing and monitoring staff performance and reviews and conducting training sessions. The Ideal Candidate Requirements Hold at least 6+ years recent Australian tax and business services experience CACPA qualified Experience dealing directly with clients is essential Excellent verbal and written skills Have had exposure to large clients with multiple entities and structures with most clients turnover between 2-20mil. If you feel you have what the role requires as well as the drive to succeed and progress your career further as a Manager and ultimately Directorship 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


Intermediate 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