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  • Commercial Analyst

    Commercial Analyst Large, Successful Growing Aged Care Services Organisation Permanent Full time Opportunity based in Macquarie Park NFP Salary Packaging Benefits up to 15,900 annually and Meal Entertainment Benefits Utilise your well-developed data analytical skills within the rewarding aged care industry and give back. This is a new role in our growing Home Community team who provide a range of high quality care services to our valued customers in their own homes. In order to guide forecasted growth, we are looking for an experienced Commercial Analyst to Provide stakeholders with analysis, insight and commentary of business performance, including performance against targets and trends, key business drivers and performance metrics Contribute to the deliverance of cost reduction efficiencies and value creation strategies Partner with all parts of the business to produce and review monthly reporting packs. Prepare budgets, quarterly forecasts, and latest estimates Provide ad-hoc analysis to support decision making Support projects focused on improvements to decision making processes and systems We are looking for an experienced Commercial Analyst with recent solid experience with data modelling and advanced Excel and Power BI skills. Additionally, a bachelor™s degree in Accounting, Commerce (or equivalent) and CPA CA CIMA qualified or working towards is highly desirable. Why you™ll love working with us You will have the opportunity to work as part of a small, energetic, newly formed team, across a range of projects that will drive results and business improvements NFP Salary Packaging Benefits up to 15,900 annually and Meal Entertainment Benefits An additional 6 days of leave each year known as ˜Family Leave™ Long Service Leave on a pro rata basis after 5 years continuous service Catholic Healthcare Our office is conveniently located near public transport (walking distance from the Metro line and various bus stops) and Macquarie Shopping Centre Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services, retirement living and healthcare across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of over 3,800 people are committed to providing high quality aged care and services to those whom we serve. If this opportunity appeals to you then we™d love to hear from you. Apply online now. We welcome your application. Please note that pre-employment checks (including Police) will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, were looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance, well be in touch.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Policy Adviser

    Senior Policy Adviser Our client is a highly regarded member-based organisation who are leaders in their field. They are seeking a Senior Policy Adviser who will be responsible for undertaking analysis, investigation and research on policy and thought leadership issues that corporate reporting (financial and non-financial) regulation and practice. About the role Reporting to the Head of Policy, you will consult with senior members and other experts to prioritise, develop and advocate policy issues. In this exciting role, you will need to maintain and develop awareness of current domestic and international corporate reporting issues in order to provide analysis and advice which identifies policy options and recommendations to finalise agreed policy positions. You will have the opportunity to be involved with a number of committees and represent the organisation at external meetings, round tables, public hearings, conferences and seminars About your experience The following skills and attributes will help you to be successful in this role Relevant tertiary qualifications and CA or CPA is essential Strong understanding of Australian accounting standards and ability to engage with core financial reporting matters Broad understanding of ESG issues, integrated reporting and non-financial reporting and Ability to develop strong, professional relationships with other organisations (such as AASB, ASIC, CA ANZ and CPA). On offer to the successful candidate is a competitive remuneration package and excellent career development opportunities. If you™re interested in this role, please register your interest using the apply button. For further information or to have a confidential conversation regarding your suitability, please contact Chris Morrison on 02 9055 6836.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Commercial Advisory Services Manager

    Commercial Advisory Services Manager About Woolworths The Woolworths Group engages with most Australians every single day. Not only do we aspire to provide the best retail experience for our customers, we recognise the environmental impact our operations may have on the planet, and that we can be leaders through the decisions we make. Expectations have never been higher, and our focus on our customer drives everything we do - the quality of our products, our product offering and our commitment to becoming a more sustainable organisation. We are embarking on our next generation of growth, and want you to be an integral part of it. About the Opportunity Due to internal talent development and an upcoming maternity leave we now have exciting opportunities for 2 x Commercial Advisory Managers to join our Woolworths group finance team. The opportunities are both 12 month contracts and are based in our Bella Vista offices where we have free parking. The role is responsible for partnering and consulting with key business stakeholders to support them in building business cases for small to large investments. You will analyse feasibility and track the performance metrics and ROI on associated capital investment proposals. You will be responsible for Commercial Decision Support Developing robust financial models to support business cases and other investment decisions Prepare business case written proposals and packs for funding approval Provide development and delivery of the benefits component of each major investment Partner with business to track, analyse and report on benefits performance Monitor and report major projects through their lifecycle Proactively identify gaps and continuously improve performance reporting Proactively perform analysis to better understand the drivers of business performance and key drivers of earnings What we are looking for As a CPACA qualified professional you will have key experience in valuation and the building of business cases. Your methodical and collaborativeconsultative style will see you excel in this role. In addition you will have 5+ years experience in Finance Understanding of valuation theory and its practical application The ability to be seen as the trusted advisor through proven stakeholder management and influencing skills. Experience in building financial models and reviewing excel based financial models Ability to juggle priorities and competing deadlines If this sounds like an opportunity not to be missed, reach out to Sallie Baker or apply here. We™re social - connect with us at WOWcareers through LinkedIn LI, Facebook or via www.wowcareers.com.au. Sound like your next opportunity? Apply now or head along to www.wowcareers.com.au to discover more

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Supply Chain Finance Analyst

    Supply Chain Finance Analyst Leading Consumer Goods business Critical link to RD, Strategy Manufacturing Circa 120K+Superannuation This is a diverse multi-channel business with operations spread nationally. Owning a strong brand and wide product portfolio, they hold a dominant market position in all categories in which they compete, whilst continuing to enjoy outstanding growth potential. The Financial Analyst is responsible for providing key internal stakeholders with management information relating to the business. You will drive the monthly analysis for the supply chain function, highlighting key drivers to performance along with forecasting, budgeting driving profitability. The successful candidate will be a highly pragmatic CACPA qualified analyst, able to embrace a continuous improvement philosophy and initiate change in order to improve the accuracy and timeliness of finance information. With RetailFMCGManufacturing industry experience, youll be able to clearly demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively to all levels of management. This will prove to be an outstanding opportunity for a career driven analyst to thrive in an environment that rewards high performers. If this opportunity is of interest, please apply using the link below or by emailing John ODonnell at john.odonnellallurapartners.com.au John ODonnell (02) 8821 7311 allurapartners.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • FP&A Manager

    Our client is a market leader in their field and continue to experience year on year growth. Joining a high caliber leadership team this business has a number of high profile projects in the pipeline that will see this business go from strength to strength in the coming 5 years. With annual revenues nearing 1bn this is a great opportunity to work across a large portfolio leading a team of experienced analysts. The key responsibilities include Plan the budgeting calendar and lead the budgeting and forecasting process delivering a high quality output to the ELT Provide actionable insights, analysis and recommendations to support key strategic decisions and initiatives Evaluate key metrics across the business to enable bench-marking capability throughout all areas of the business Provide recommendations on ways to improve financial performance Scenario planning and what if analysis to predict potential outcomes and identify risks Lead and mentor a team of analysts Improve and build on the current BI tools and budgeting model To be successful in this position you will be a qualified finance professional (CA, CPA) with management experience in a large complex corporate environment. You will have strong experience in providing visible leadership, resource management and development, be across industry and commercial insights and provide feedback and advice to executive departments of the organisation. You will possess advanced reporting and analytical skills, have systematic and strategic process improvement initiatives and be a strong communicator who can influence at the senior level. In return you will be joining a market leader with great stability and future growth projections. You will be given the autonomy to drive change and process improvement and leave a legacy on the FPA function. You will have a voice around the table and directly influence the strategic direction of the business. For a confidential conversation please reach out to Joel Adams 0410 582 543. Please forward your resume in WORD format. The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • IT Portfolio Financial Analyst

    IT Portfolio Financial Analyst Two positions 12-month contracts CPA qualification required Spinifex Recruiting is currently seeking experienced Financial Analysts to join their Local Government client on initial 12-month contracts. Reporting to the Program Manager, these roles will be required to develop new reports, lead and assist with the reporting of actuals, forecasts, budgets and address financial discrepancies with program managers and senior management. The Role Preparation of monthly budgets, forecasts and actuals Preparation of burn rate and expenditure reports Completion of variance analysis reports such as budgets vs forecasts vs actuals Review of journals Review and ensure financial management system Techone is up to date Completion of internal audits to ensure quality assurance Review programs projects for deliverability, including management and governance procedures and accuracy of all financials Ensure all financial reporting at program and portfolio level is accurate and timely Work with finance team to ensure accuracy of financial reports Work and mentor program managers, project managers to ensure accuracy of budgets, forecasts and actuals Monitor and report accuracy of Forecasts vs Actuals Selection Criteria CPA and Tertiary qualifications (a must) Minimum 10 years + accounting experience ideally in large IT programs and portfolios. Extensive experience in reporting and managing project budgets, cash flow, forecasts. Proficient in MS Office, particularly Excel and financial enterprise systems such as Techone, Microsoft Project Online. Proven experience working independently andor with multidisciplinary teams and building and maintaining stakeholder relationships Strong collaborative and influencing skills. Must be able to deliver outcomes by working in collaboration with internal and external teams, building strong relationships Strong customer centric approach demonstrated through interpersonal, written and oral communication skills with a strong ability to communicate effectively across all levels of an organisation Benefits Long-term contract position Central Sydney CBD location, close to public amenities Generous daily rate To apply, simply follow the link provided. Alternatively, contact Mackenzie Small at Spinifex Recruiting on (02) 9290 3733 for a confidential discussion.

    location Australia


  • IT Portfolio Financial Analyst

    IT Portfolio Financial Analyst Our client, a leading organisation in the public sector, is seeking a Financial Analyst with demonstrated experience in IT Project work. The role is an initial 12 month contract with the potential to extend. The responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to Preparation of monthly budgets, forecasts and actuals Preparation of burn rate and expenditure reports Completion of variance analysis reports Review of journals Completion of internal audits to ensure quality assurance Review programs projects for deliverability, including management and governance procedures and accuracy of all financials Ensure all financial reporting at program and portfolio level is accurate and timely Work with finance team to ensure accuracy of financial reports Work and mentor program managers, project managers to ensure accuracy of budgets, forecasts and actuals Monitor and report accuracy of Forecasts vs Actuals To be successful in this role, you will need CA or CPA qualified Minimum 10 yrs + accounting experience in large IT programs Extensive experience in reporting and managing project budgets, cash flow, forecasts. Proficient in MS Office, particularly Excel and financial enterprise systems Strong collaborative and influencing skills, communcation skills and stakeholder management ability. To apply for this role, please submit your details via the appropriate link. Experis ANZ is parent to a portfolio of brands Greythorn, Safesearch, GT-X and Global Attract. These brands make up our core specialisations for Technology Digital, Executive, Engineering and Workplace Health, Safety and Environment. When you apply for this opportunity you will be directed to the parent website www.experis.com.au to lodge your application. Experis is part of the ManpowerGroup, a global leader in offering end to end workforce solutions. If youre curious and willing to have a conversation about this role, please pick up the phone and speak with our recruitment specialist below. Even if this doesnt sound like the right role for you, we encourage you to join our talent community so your skill set can be the first considered when another opportunity arises. Visit our website to register www.experis.com.au Lisa Hurl NSW Government Account Manager Lets Connect httpswww.linkedin.cominlisa-hurl-506100107 +61 2 9249 8063 By submitting your resume and other personal information with this application you are consenting to this information being collected in line with our privacy policy. Follow the link to learn more - www.greythorn.com.auprivacy-policy www.experis.com.au Recruitment Specialists in Technology Digital WHSE Engineering Banking Finance

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Associate Performance Management Delivery

    Senior Associate Performance Management Delivery We™re NAB For more than 150 years, we™ve been helping our customers with their money. Today, we have more than 33,000 people serving 10 million customers at more than 800 locations in Australia, New Zealand and around the world. More than money We know that to be Australia and New Zealand™s most respected bank, we need to be more than good with money. We need to be just as good with people, too. About the role Working as part of Wealth Finance, the role of Senior Associate Process Improvement and Automation is responsible for building, implementing and maintaining tools which aim to ensure the continuous improvements of processes and controls for Wealth Finance. Accountabilities In this challenging and pivotal role, your key responsibilities include Ability to design, test and implement automation enhancements to processes and controls, in line with business needs using Excel, SQL coupled with other data analytics tools and systems. Participation in the configuration of process components, including process designflows, control design and effectiveness, exception handling, testing, etc Ability to take an analytical approach to solving process issues and working within and around system limitations. Ability to collaborate with others to understand business environment, needs and process change requirements and initiatives. Ability to ask questions, challenge proposals and offer alternatives. Skills and experience The successful candidate will be an individual Proven experience in developing non standard automation tools for finance and reporting functions Proven history in delivering strong analytics, whilst at times working with incomplete imperfect data. Able to apply judgement and analytical thinking to their work and is curious about what they are doing and asks why and not how. Technically savvy and demonstrated ability to learn new systems quickly, and work across multiple systems. Able to manage stakeholders across the Business and Finance to ensure delivery. Performing adhoc analysis as directed by the manager to provide insight into business performance. Develop strong collaborative relationships with key stakeholders to ensure effective communication and resolution of issues. Systems experience including the following Excel VBA (intermediate) SQL (Basic) XML programming (Basic) and knowledge of database fundamentals is required. Relevant tertiary qualification in Business, Commence, Finance or IT coupled with a post graduate qualification is preferred. Culture We believe in people with ideas and dreams, and we want you to achieve your aspirations. At NAB we work together to deliver exceptional outcomes that push the limits of expectations. Our passion about creating value and exceeding our customers expectations means were constantly striving to redefine our standards of excellence. Benefits At NAB, we provide access to many exclusive employee benefits that will support you both personally and professionally. These include volunteer leave, education and learning benefits and banking financial services discounts for example. Visit our benefits page for more information httpwww.nab.com.auabout-uscareersworking-at-nabbenefits How to apply If you are ready to take the next step in your career, we are keen to hear from you Please note, candidate screening and interviews may take place prior to the advertised close date. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Please apply via the link. We embrace diversity of thought, style and working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • IT Portfolio Financial Analyst

    IT Portfolio Financial Analyst IT Portfolio Financial Analyst Two positions 12-month contracts CPA qualification required Spinifex Recruiting is currently seeking experienced Financial Analysts to join their Local Government client on initial 12-month contracts. Reporting to the Program Manager, these roles will be required to develop new reports, lead and assist with the reporting of actuals, forecasts, budgets and address financial discrepancies with program managers and senior management. The Role Preparation of monthly budgets, forecasts and actuals Preparation of burn rate and expenditure reports Completion of variance analysis reports such as budgets vs forecasts vs actuals Review of journals Review and ensure financial management system Techone is up to date Completion of internal audits to ensure quality assurance Review programs projects for deliverability, including management and governance procedures and accuracy of all financials Ensure all financial reporting at program and portfolio level is accurate and timely Work with finance team to ensure accuracy of financial reports Work and mentor program managers, project managers to ensure accuracy of budgets, forecasts and actuals Monitor and report accuracy of Forecasts vs Actuals Selection Criteria CPA and Tertiary qualifications (a must) Minimum 10 years + accounting experience ideally in large IT programs and portfolios. Extensive experience in reporting and managing project budgets, cash flow, forecasts. Proficient in MS Office, particularly Excel and financial enterprise systems such as Techone, Microsoft Project Online. Proven experience working independently andor with multidisciplinary teams and building and maintaining stakeholder relationships Strong collaborative and influencing skills. Must be able to deliver outcomes by working in collaboration with internal and external teams, building strong relationships Strong customer centric approach demonstrated through interpersonal, written and oral communication skills with a strong ability to communicate effectively across all levels of an organisation Benefits Long-term contract position Central Sydney CBD location, close to public amenities Generous daily rate To apply, simply follow the link provided. Alternatively, contact Mackenzie Small at Spinifex Recruiting on (02) 9290 3733 for a confidential discussion.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Master Data & Pricing Analyst (1 year contract)

    Master Data Pricing Analyst (1 year contract) Master Data Pricing Analyst (1 year contract) Sydney, Australia This is Energizer Holdings, Inc. Energizer Holdings is leading the charge to connect our brands, our people and the products we offer to the world more than anyone else. Together, we™re creating a game plan for the future “ one that defines where and how we™ll play, and what it takes to win. Our colleagues hail from all backgrounds, nationalities and walks of life, but our shared values and passion for winning make us one team. Whatever your specialty, you™ll find that excelling at Energizer Holdings provides opportunities to grow in ways you never expected. Position Summary The Finance Team supports the development and delivery of the commercial strategy for our Australian and New Zealand commercial unit. It also helps manage the unit™s operations through the provision of financial management, analysis and decision support. The MD Pricing Analyst role is ensuring pricing conditions are accurate and controlled, customer set up is accurate, invoices are processed in a timely manner as well as providing insightful analysis of financial data to Finance and Commercial colleagues. Accuracy and attention to detail is critical. Accountabilities Accurate and timely management of Customer and Pricing Master Data, setting up of hierarchies and maintenance of records in SAP, eSP. This includes setting up of pricing and regular review of validity plus ensuring approval by relevant stakeholders in line with Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) requirements. Monthly reporting on queries that are pricing related and root cause analysis of underlying issues with a recommendation of corrective actions. To identify and recommend changes to processes (related to Price Approval Forms, use of EANs, related systems delivery of SOX audit requirements). Involvement in EDI set up, testing and monitoring “ specifically for VendorCustomer Pricing. Pricing, GM analysis on existing and new products Trade Investment Management - Setup, maintenance and management of trade investment agreements in e-Condition based on condition sheets from sales. Working closely with the Accounts Receivable Analyst and Sales Account Executives to process customer deductions. Execution of critical SOX control processes for customer and pricing master data Systems and reporting ˜super user™ within the team. (SAP, eSP, FOX, eCondition, Readsoft, , Concur, BIAP) Assist in workflow maintenance for Readsoft, Concur, eSP, FOX, pricing and customer master data in SAP Maintain templates for master data feed into SAP, eSP, Readsoft, FOX Maintain workflows for data processing Assist in ongoing review and maintenance of clean and effective master data processes AR “ assist in reconciliation and resolving pricing trade conflicts with customers Month end - generate customer level gross margins, the associated variance analysis for the 2 markets and work with the Finance Analyst to understand the drivers of account performance. Detailed involvement in balance sheet reconciliations, reporting trade investment accrual balances and identifying required adjustments for period end. Daily Sales reporting “ ownership of the Daily Sales reporting and forecasting process, which is crucial to understanding the sales delivery during the month. Forecasting - the analyst would be expected to review figures, identify any data quality issues and provide support to the Finance Analysts in understanding commercial performance year to date and year to go in the context of Budget, Prior Year and latest Quarterly Forecast Ad Hoc as required Required Skills and Experience Accounting degree with 2 to 3 years™ experience in finance and accounting Intermediate level experience with Microsoft Office tools Highly organised and able to manage deadlines effectively and efficiently High level of attention to detail Strong customer service mind-set Flexible and responsive working style Tenacity and common sense Initiative and drive An Offer to Grow On As the successful candidate, you will be presented with a competitive remuneration package along with participation in the annual bonus program. You will have the opportunity to develop and advance as a Finance Analyst. We offer a genuine flexible working environment we are honest, inclusive and deliver on our promises. Energizer is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, colour, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Energizer is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, colour, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Quantitative Analyst

    Senior Quantitative Analyst We are seeking a Senior Quantitative Analyst with a strong background in Credit Risk or Validation to join one of the well-known Financial Services companies in Australia. We are seeking candidates who have a piqued interest in clouding computing and machine learning and would like to further develop their skills set in that area. Positon Requirements To be successful in this role you will have the following skills, experience, education andor expertise Excellent tertiary qualifications in actuarial, statistics, econometric or other related quantitative discipline. Proven retail or non-retail credit risk modelling or model validation covering Internal Ratings Based (IRB), provisioning and scorecard models. Experience with stress testing and economic capital modelling is an advantage Excellent written and inter-personal communication skills, particularly the ability to explain complicated issues in an efficient and effective manner. You should have demonstrated an ability to communicate with influence Advanced knowledge of SAS, R, SQL, Microsoft Word and Excel. Knowledge of Python, Jupyter Notebooks, version control software such as Git, clouding computing and machine learning is an advantage 3+ years relevant experience in a similar role The company offer outstanding benefits including Able to have access to some of the best banking, wealth and insurance benefits in the market Offered a highly competitive remuneration that is fair and consistent for all our people Entitled to a suite of online learning, training modules and career planning tools to grow with us Encouraged to participate in the community through paid volunteer leave and secondments available For more information contact elliotbfinite.com.au www.finite.com.au Sydney 02 8243 6868

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Analyst - Financial Modelling Specialist

    Analyst - Financial Modelling Specialist This newly created role will provide the successful candidate with excellent exposure and partnering experience with the senior executive team for a true industry-leading business. This services based organisation is looking to add an experienced Financial Analyst, with strong Financial Modelling skills, to focus on providing expert financial analysis by way of financial models to assist in the structuring of multimillion-dollar, long term deals. Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, and an everyday working relationship with the Executive team, this is a challenging and rewarding Financial Modelling and business partnering role. You will provide complex Excel models and analysis at various stages of investment deals, be the focal point within finance for any financial modelling queries, build multiple internal relationships and also assist with budgeting and forecast preparation and assist in half-yearly and yearly results, where required. This is a fantastic role that you can make your own but will be afforded excellent training and support from a fantastic Financial Controller. To be successful, you will possess exceptional Financial Modelling skills in Excel, strong presentation skills and be able to successfully partner with multiple internal stakeholders in a confident manner. If this role is of interest to you and you meet the criteria, please apply below for further information. Mitchell Parsons www.hprconsulting.com permanent contract senior finance executives commercial finance fully qualified accountants transactional accounting

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Quantitative Analyst - Fixed Income

    Quantitative Analyst - Fixed Income A great opportunity exists for a Quantitative Analyst to join our Macquarie Investment Management business group in Sydney on a contract basis. In this role, you™ll add value as a team player during a busy period of change. Macquarie™s Asset Management division is currently undertaking a multi-year strategic transformation which involves the implementation of Blackrock Aladdin for our Portfolio Management Trading, Middle Office and Risk Management functions globally. In this role, you will participate in the business development and testing of reports written on our old investment management infrastructure and rebuilding those within our new infrastructure. The key to success in this role will be your strong quantitative and problem-solving skills coupled with a strong knowledge of SQL, VBA and Excel (Python knowledge would be an advantage). You will have prior knowledge in fixed income as well as strong financial modelling and performance calculations skills. If you are looking for contract opportunities and enjoy a fast-paced environment, please apply online now. Macquarie Asset Management is a large scale, global asset manager, providing clients with access to a diverse range of capabilities and products across infrastructure, real estate, natural resources, private credit, fixed income, equities, multi-asset and liquid alternatives. As at 30 September 2018, Macquarie Asset Management has A549.5 billion of assets under management. Find out more about Macquarie at www.macquarie.comabout Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team. We facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within our teams. Talk to us about what flexibility may be available.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Supply Chain Finance Analyst

    Supply Chain Finance Analyst Leading Consumer Goods business Critical link to RD, Strategy Manufacturing Circa 120K+Superannuation This is a diverse multi-channel business with operations spread nationally. Owning a strong brand and wide product portfolio, they hold a dominant market position in all categories in which they compete, whilst continuing to enjoy outstanding growth potential. The Financial Analyst is responsible for providing key internal stakeholders with management information relating to the business. You will drive the monthly analysis for the supply chain function, highlighting key drivers to performance along with forecasting, budgeting driving profitability. The successful candidate will be a highly pragmatic CACPA qualified analyst, able to embrace a continuous improvement philosophy and initiate change in order to improve the accuracy and timeliness of finance information. With RetailFMCGManufacturing industry experience, youll be able to clearly demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively to all levels of management. This will prove to be an outstanding opportunity for a career driven analyst to thrive in an environment that rewards high performers. If this opportunity is of interest, please apply using the link below or by emailing John ODonnell at john.odonnellallurapartners.com.au John ODonnell (02) 8821 7311 allurapartners.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Commercial Analyst

    Accounting Finance Commercial Analyst You will develop accurate budgets and forecasts, update existing models and partner with the sales division to provide appropriate reports. Client Details Our client is a respected Australian business that manufactures a niche product to the local market. You can find their products inside popular househould name retailers. Recently, they have further grown their customer base and acquired key contracts that have greatly increased projections for FY19. Description To see success in this role you will be a strong communicator and have a business partnering mindset. Your soft skills will be just as important as your technical ability as you wil liaise with multiple stakeholders across different divisions. Prepare analyse weekly and monthly product performance reports Prepare analyse monthly PL and support operations in investigating queries Manage quarterly cost centre spend reviews, following up Functional Managers and investigating queries Manage business forecasting through the management and optimisation of existing forecasting process models Support key stakeholders through various ad-hoc analysis Liaising with all levels of management in the preparation of quarterly reviews, annual budgets and strategic plans Profile Ideally 2 - 3 years + experience in a similar role Experience working in an FMCG environment is essential Strong business partnering experience Proven financial modelling skills high competency in excel Experience with SAP is ideal but not essential Ability to influence stakeholders at all levels Bachelor degree or equivalent Job Offer Competitive salary On-site parking available Discounts on company products 24-hour on-site gym available Work in a successful Australian FMCG business To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Bryce Dulaurent on +61 2 8836 0722. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobsaccounting-finance

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Revenue Manager

    Revenue Manager A day in life RCL Cruises Ltd strive to be the best in the industry which means no two days are ever the same. You will learn all about our dynamic range of cruise companies such as Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara. This is a fun, fast paced role which will engage you in a broad range of projects and activities working with our great Revenue Management Team. This role is responsible for leading a team of Revenue Analysts that manage the Australian and New Zealand point of sale revenue performance on Royal Caribbean International. This includes determining strategic and tactical pricing throughout the deployment cycle, negotiating quotes for large group contracts and charters and setting both global and domestic sourcing strategies. The Revenue Manager works closely with senior management, Sales, Marketing, Public Relations and other operational departments, as well as guiding the team of Revenue Analysts to achieve revenue plans and forecasts. About Us RCL Cruises Ltd was recently named by Forbes as one of best employers for Diversity. We have also been listed for the fourth time by Ethisphere as one of the 2019 World™s Most Ethical Companies. At RCL Cruises Ltd we are constantly looking at what is beyond the now and challenging the norm in all aspects of the business. We are big believers in rewarding and recognizing our people because we know our great cruise holidays begin with our employees. We™re always on the lookout for someone who is just as passionate about cruising as us. About you The ideal candidate would be someone who has Resilience with experience working in a fast paced environment Commercial vision and a highly analytical approach. Able to logically structure Experience in managing, leading and inspiring a team Quantitative analysis of complex issues Highly numerate. Able to work with mathematical concepts Results focused MS Excel Advanced level Works well with all levels of management and the company Highly developed stakeholder managementnegotiation skills Qualifications 3-5 years in a senior revenue management role. Educated to degree level standard or similar, ideally in a commercial field Leadership experience in revenue management. If this sounds like the company and role for you please click the apply button It is the policy of the Company to ensure equal employment and promotion opportunity to qualified candidates without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, sexuality, gender identity or expression, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by law. RCL and each of its subsidiaries prohibit and will not tolerate discrimination or harassment. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Are you willing to relocate for this role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Financial Accountant

    Financial Accountant FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT Join a World Class Organisation Assist in the consolidation of financial information at whole of Government level Contribute to the preparation of Budget papers Why NSW Treasury As the NSW Government™s principal financial and economic adviser, Treasury™s role is to enable the Government to deliver its promise to the people of New South Wales that the State will always be a great place to live and work As part of our vision to become a World Class Treasury, we believe Treasury has a primary role in supporting and investing in our key partners (service delivery clusters). Our responsibility includes lifting financial management capability and culture across the sector and support the NSW Government™s commitment to achieving significant and sustainable financial management improvement. We™re committed to building a culture of highly engaged and talented people, all working together in a collaborative and high-performance culture that facilitates career mobility and diversity. Our culture is underpinned by the NSW Public Sector core values of Excellence in Service, Integrity, Accountability and Trust and a clear set of expected behaviours. Look at the NSW Treasury website httpswww.treasury.nsw.gov.auabout-treasuryabout-nsw-treasury Also, see why you should work for NSW at httpsiworkfor.nsw.gov.auwhy-work-for-nsw The Team and the Role The Total State Financial Reporting (TSFR) is part of the Financial Management Reporting and Analysis Division which provides expert advice in financial management through sound governance, assurance and regulatory frameworks that support financial control, effective decision making and delivery of high quality and timely financial information. The Branch is responsible for governing the financial management information for whole of government reporting and preparation of consolidated financial reports including the Totals State Sector Accounts, General Government Accounts, financial reports for the NSW State Budget and Half Yearly Review including the forward estimates and ensuring compliance with accounting standards, statutory reporting requirements and the Government Finance Statistics (GFS). As a Financial Accountant, your role is to analyse and provide advice on the financial reporting issues facing government agencies and businesses. Click here for the Role Description Key Skills and Experience Tertiary qualifications in Commerce Finance andor related discipline Professional membership, or eligibility for membership, with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Experience with Big Four Accounting firms or the Audit Office of NSW desirable. Minimum 3 years™ experience. Experience of producing large andor complex consolidations accounting processes with a minimum of at least 10 entities. Strong technical accounting skills (ie. IFRS technical experience). Advanced excel skills. Demonstrated experience in word processing. Eligibility To be eligible to apply for ongoing employment within the NSW Treasury, candidates must be an Australian citizen or have the status of permanent residence in Australia. Talent Pool A talent pool may be created through this recruitment process. A talent pool represents a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 12 months. How to Apply This is a fantastic opportunity to grow with us in building a world class Treasury You will be rewarded with a generous remuneration package in addition to working in a flexible working environment located in Martin Place, Sydney. NSW Treasury is a diverse organisation that values excellence in services, integrity, accountability and trust. We look forward to building an even more diverse organisation and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability. Please submit your resume and cover letter for the role via httpsiworkfor.nsw.gov.au (Req604). Your application should include a cover letter of no more than two pages and an up-to-date resume that details your knowledge, skills and experience relevant to the role. Please ensure you read the role description thoroughly before applying. Should you require additional information prior to making an application please contact in confidence Jane Mahood jane.mahoodtreasury.nsw.gov.au or call (02) 9228 4704 Applications close AEST 09.00am Monday 30th September 2019 Please note that applications received after this closing date will not be accepted. visit www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • FP&A Manager

    Airtasker is a fast-growing online and mobile marketplace for local services. We are revolutionising the way people and businesses get more done by connecting real time skills requirements with one of the worlds most under-utilised assets - people power. Airtasker has global ambitions and following a recent capital raise we are well funded to execute on our vision and continue our international expansion. We™re hard at work building a globally scalable platform that empowers people to realise the full value of their skills, no matter what they do. Our highly motivated teams work collaboratively to solve fascinating real world problems that meaningfully improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of people who use our marketplace. High performance is a given at Airtasker and our Finance team is no exception, partnering the business by providing vital insights to support strategic decision making. An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced FPA Lead to join our team in a newly created role. Reporting to the CFO, you will embed a culture of FPA best practice within Airtasker. You may currently manage an FPA function or have strong FPA experience and be ready to take the next step in your career. You will be responsible for Embedding a culture of FPA best practice within Airtasker. Providing financial analysis, management support and critical insight into all aspects of the business to support strategic decision making. Business planning, budgeting and forecasting, including managing the corporate financial model with support from our accounting function. Undertaking scenario analysis as an input to strategic decision making. Refining a set of KPIs against which business performance is measured and improved, including customer LTV and CAC. Working with the Financial Controller to prepare a comprehensive variance analysis for monthly management reporting. Developing a deep understanding of the businesses™ complex revenue streams. Assisting the CFO with optimising capital allocation and capital raising initiatives. Identifying opportunities for improvement in business operations and processes. Ad hoc reporting and project analysis to support new initiatives. Anticipating obstacles and potential problems to mitigate risk. Optimising working capital. Optimising Finance team processes. Supporting and mentoring team members (both within and outside Finance) to build FPA expertise within Airtasker. What we™re looking for CACPA qualified. 7+ years relevant experience. Proven track record of delivering corporate budgets, forecasts and reporting. Experience building and maintaining best practice corporate financial models. Strong reporting and analytical skills combined with commercial acumen. Ability to concisely communicate financial information to a broad audience including the Board and non-financial colleagues. Highly proficient in financial statement analysis. Dedication to continuous improvement, including research and adoption of new tools and systems to improve accuracy and automation. The ability to multi-task and respond quickly to changing demands in a fast growing environment. Advanced problem solving and project management skills, and a strong work ethic. Curiosity and a burning desire to understand what makes things tick. On our wishlist Capital raising MA experience. Experience using Netsuite and Tableau. Previous experience in the Technology space or other high growth environments.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Applications Analyst - Finance Systems

    Applications Analyst - Finance Systems An opportunity has become available for an Applications Analyst experienced in Finance systems. This is a full-time permanent role that will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to be involved in project management, implementation and on-going development of Epicor SLS systems. You will be joining a Christian organisation with a history of service spanning over 160 years. We provide accommodation, care and community services to people at all stages of life. For the first 12 months in this role you will join a newly formed project team and report into the Project Manager to develop the configuration stages and systems administration through to the integration and reporting stages of the new Epicor system. Once the initial stages of the project are completed you will move into the IT Applications and BI team to manage the on-going optimisation and support of the finance applications portfolio. This is a great opportunity for someone with strong problem solving and analytical skills looking to develop a project from inception to on-going optimisations. Key responsibilities Configure and support key Finance system Collaborate with a team of 6 in the newly formed project team to ensure Finance Systems are configured, controlled and maintained for optimal effectiveness and efficiency Ensure system changes are appropriately tested and documented Ensure systems for client billing, organisational expenditure and GL maintenance are configured in accordance with legislation, industrial instruments and procedures Manage and maintain user access rights, roles and profiles, user financial delegation authorities and control administration functions Assist finance with effective performance of EOM and EOY Procedures by devising data governance process to maintain data integrity and reliability Manage key relationships with your stakeholders ensuring objectives are aligned with both Finance and IT Our ideal candidate will bring Experience in administration, configuration and support of financial systems such as Epicor, Tech1, Sun etc Experience with Epicor SLS or Sun systems beneficial SQL and report writing skills will be preferred Experience in workflow, data reporting and document management tools Stakeholder management skills Understanding of aged care and home care legislative, billing and compliance requirements beneficial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Anglicare - Jesus Christ honoured, lives enriched and communities strengthened.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Financial Analyst

    Financial Analyst The Company Our client is a fast growing ASX listed technology company that is looking for a hungry and driven Financial Analyst to join their business for a 12 month contract. Collaborating with a hardworking and high energy team, you will act as a key business partner in areas such as forecasting, performance reporting, and financial modelling in a workplace where excellence is recognised and rewarded. The Role Reporting into the Chief Financial Officer this role offers a wide variety of tasks that will both challenge you and help you take your career to the next level. Your duties will include but not limited too Preparation of budgets and forecasts Management reporting Business partnering with key stakeholders Scenario analysis Financial modeling Assisting with current and future strategic acquisitions Your Profile CA or CPA Qualified Degree in Commerce, Business, Finance or related field Minimum 2-3 years experience as a Financial Analyst Experience working in acquisitions highly desirable Strong skills in Microsoft Excel Excellent attention to detail and analysis Highly motivated attitude with a strong will to succeed in the business Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills About You You have a strong combination of technical skills and the business insights to provide creative yet effective solutions to complex challenges. A natural leader, you are able to lead, motivate and inspire a hardworking team, and your exceptional communication skills allow you to condense complex ideas into concepts readily understood by colleagues without a financial background. A numbers person at heart, you have tremendous enthusiasm for data analysis, econometric modelling and statistical analysis, and you combine this with a creative flair and commercial know-how that allows you to see challenges from a fresh perspective and deliver innovative, workable solutions. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law. .Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking the apply button. Your application will be assessed within 3 working days. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Learn more about our Sydney recruitment services httpswww.roberthalf.com.aurecruitment-agency-sydney www.roberthalf.com.au ITS TIME WE ALL WORK HAPPY.„

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Commercial Analyst

    Senior Commercial Analyst Support the development of winning bids and proposals Influence stakeholders to effect outcomes Based in Sydney CBD About you You are a highly collaborative, innovative and dynamic individual with exemplary interpersonal skills and exceptional time management. You are adaptable and resilient, and thrive in fast paced team environments. You can engage and influence at all levels of an organisation, and have a strong solution delivery and improvement focus. You are enthusiastic, energetic, and positive, and have highly effective organisation skills, allowing you to balance competing demands and workload peaks. You are passionate and driven, and demonstrate exceptional moral values in all that you do. About the role The role of Serco™s bid team is to develop winning proposals that successfully convert tender opportunities into new contracts for Serco. Our work is underpinned by a value-for-money ethos, driving us to provide compelling proposals for our government customers. Reporting to the Head of Commercial AsPac, you will develop and modify dynamic and accurate Excel-based cost models for Serco contract bids and tenders, and undertake a range of quantitative analysis to develop cost assumptions, understand trends and influence business unit stakeholders to affect outcomes. You will develop and interrogate reasonableness of assumptions, and provide support to senior team members with the preparation of external and internal presentation materials, including bid financial statements. To be successful in this role you will have The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behavior Tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Commerce, Business or other relevant discipline Qualified or Part Qualified Accountant to internationally recognised standard Advanced financial modelling skills Strong financial and quantitative analysis skills Sound experience in a similar role for a comparable organization Proven sales success is (desirable) Commercial operations, bidding, procurement andor budgeting experience within the services sector (desirable) Workforce modelling experience (desirable) This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role. About Us Within our Group Corporate teams, we collaborate and support the operational arms of Serco™s Asia Pacific division. We problem solve and innovate across a range of disciplines including Corporate Affairs, Finance, Information Technology, Legal, Sales and Bids. At Serco, you™ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply worlds best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you™re based, we each share the same goal “ to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. To learn more please visit www.serco.comaspac Join Us If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume by clicking the Apply Now button. Serco values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people help in ways that matter. We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply. Trust Care Innovation Pride

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Accountant - Retail and B2B

    Accountant - Retail and B2B Solidify your core accounting skills Apply your knowledge to learn the foundations of Finance at Caltex Sydney CBD With a history dating back to 1900, we™re proud to be the only Australian Fuel and Convenience brand listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. There™s so much more to our business than you may realise. Across our national footprint, we not only trade, import and refine fuel, but also manage complex supply chains and retail operations, all working together to keep Australia moving. We have a current opportunity for an Accountant to deliver efficient, accurate, timely and meaningful accounting for actual, forecasts and budgets to support the Retail and B2B business and contribute towards the achievement of Caltex strategies. This is an opportunity to apply your knowledge and learn Caltex Accounting standards to develop and grow your career within the finance team. You™ll take us further by¦ Provide accounting support for Retail B2B, including process journal entries and prepare account reconciliations, initiate corrective actions as required and follow up outstanding balances Prepare timely and accurate monthly Retail B2B actual and forecast Channel Model Assist with preparation of Retail B2B budget including the Account Planning process, Channel Model and upload into SAP Review outputs of Starbos systems and ensure transactions flow into core finance system Responsible for the preparation of timely and accurate monthly actual and forecast for the High Street financials Assist with the execution of the MOS (Management Operating System) tools Responsible for accounting within Navision and the upload journal into SAP Maintain the integrity of financial information by ensuring compliance with Caltex Accounting policies, Accounting standards and internal controls Build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders across Caltex, including external parties Develop and enhance people and processes so that organisational capability remains effective and efficient to adapt to business needs and in line with competitive practices You demonstrated capability in financial and accounting control including balance sheet validation, impairment testing and contract spend. You are CACPA qualified, or working towards and your previous experience in a finance-based role within a large organisation has developed your working knowledge of financial information processing systems and SAP applications. We™ll take you further by... Welcoming you to our respected finance team and our flexible and inclusive culture Providing an integral role that will draw upon your experience in preparing accurate financial modelling and budgets An opportunity to develop knowledge of Caltex Accounting standards as a platform for progression through the finance team. We™re an equal opportunity workplace. We embrace diversity and inclusion, and celebrate what makes us unique. We™ll take you further with freedom and flexibility to be you. Want to take your career to the next level? Apply today. Applications close 30th September.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Strategic Pricing & Commercial Analyst

    A growing Fintech Group requires a Strategic Pricing Commercial Analyst to help with the launch of a new suite of products. Key Responsibilities- You will play a lead role in product price repositioning and optimisation while managing pricing decisions and price setting actions for profitable value and volume growth. Review cost, customer and demand drivers across a range of product, brands, segments and geographies Research market pricing data and consumer behaviour and assess opportunities to move prices. Monitor competitor price increases and impact on sales volume, margin and profit Design price pilots and tests to optimise prices, including value driver analysis to drive optimal prices and revenue growth data Create and develop versatile pricing and financial models ( VBA, SAS, R, PYTHON ) Review results of strategies, campaigns and tests against business plans while engaging with stakeholders and build strong relationships interpret system output and data visualisations accurately and provide feedback via well-structured reports presentations Key Skills Experience- Proven experience in Strategic Pricing and Commercial Analysis including delivering high impact pricing sales strategies and consultancy Tertiary qualified in Business, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, s Advanced excel, data modelling and analytical skills Highly motivated self-starter, with intellectual curiosity with a passion for pricing and data analytics Excelleing communication skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Assistant Manager

    Assistant Manager McGrathNicol is a specialist Advisory and Restructuring firm trusted by blue chip clients to partner with them to devise and implement pragmatic solutions for complex business issues. An exciting opportunity currently exists for an experienced Assistant Manager level candidate to join the national Transactions team, based in our Sydney office. Our Transactions team provides corporate, private equity and banking clients with quality, independent and objective transaction advice including due diligence, deal support and transactionpost transaction project management. The successful candidate will be CA qualified with recent experience in Transactions, Corporate Finance or Audit, preferably within a Big 4 or boutique accounting firm have an impeccable eye for detail and superior communication skills (both written and verbal) demonstrate proven people management capabilities, with experience in supervising junior team members possess a strong commitment to delivering on client outcomes demonstrate commitment to personal and professional development and be highly proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. You will also be able to demonstrate excellent presentation, problem solving and analytical skills, along with commercial acumen and a strong team focus. In return we offer a dynamic environment where employees are rewarded for their hard work through our annual bonus program. Other benefits include excellent training and career development opportunities, personalised mentorship, postgraduate study support, and the opportunity to work alongside some of the best practitioners in the field. The minimum salary package for this role is 85,000 (inclusive of super). Interested? To submit your application, please click Apply. If you would like further information, please contact the HR team via HRmcgrathnicol.com or on +61 2 9338 2600. Please note, we are not accepting candidates via recruitment agencies for this role. Carla Wilkinson HRmcgrathnicol.com

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Systems & Operations Analyst

    The People Operations team at KAYAK OpenTable is passionate about improving the employee experience while always considering efficiency and scalability. This role will be a new addition to the global team, supporting Talent Acquisition and HR Business Partners in the APAC region for HR Systems Operations. You will partner closely with the functional experts team to develop regional standard processes and build simple and effective capabilities for HR. If you are highly organized, great at working with people, and ready to learn, wed love to hear from you. ----------------- Responsibilities ----------------- Engage with new hires, coordinating all the elements of their on-boarding and serving as a resource for them and for their manager Maintain accurate employee records, manage HR transactions in our systems and handle reportdata requests Provide speedy and efficient response to all day to dayfirst line HR and benefits queries from employees Process employee changes, terminations, and related processes including communications, notifications, filing and HR systems updates Work proactively with your counterparts from different locations to ensure a coordinated global approach to HR service delivery Support parental leave administration and assist with activities related to payroll and benefits administration Ensure new andor revised regional processes and standard operating procedures are well understood, trained, and implemented Run periodic internal process audits and assessments of the control environment when needed Provide people analytics and reporting as required Assist the Global Operations Manager in building the smoothest HR processes in the HRIS system ----------- Experience ----------- Previous experience working in a HR Administrator Support role “ ideally within a global organisationteam Minimum 2 years experience with HR technology, specifically Workday, and Microsoft Office products Knowledge of current APAC employment legislation Customer focussed with excellent attention to detail and a focus on quality Effective communication skills, both verbally and in writing, with employees at all levels of the organization The ability to handle sensitive and highly confidential information appropriately Degree or equivalent work experience Workday Certification would be a plus ----------- About KAYAK ----------- At KAYAK we help millions of travelers around the globe make confident travel decisions. KAYAK searches other sites to show travelers the information they need to find the right flights, hotels, rental cars and vacation packages and is the worlds leading travel search engine. As an employee of KAYAK, you will be part of a global network that includes OpenTable and KAYAKs portfolio of metasearch brands including Swoodoo, checkfelix, momondo, Cheapflights, Mundi and HotelsCombined. Many employees are dedicated to one brand, but we all have the benefit of using each others strengths and insights. Together, were able to help people experience the world through dining and travel. KAYAK is an independently managed subsidiary of Booking Holdings. We are an equal opportunity employer and celebrate diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. --------- Why join? --------- Were growing, so there will be plenty of opportunities for you to grow your career with us We like to achieve a balance between work and life so have flexible working hours and the option to work remotely as needed Day off for your birthday Weve got great people and lots of tasty food and snacks LI-SM1

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Finance Business Partner

    Finance Business Partner Circa 130K+Superannuation Financial modelling to support commercial decisions Drive strategy partnering with EGMs This leading Retail business is an established business with a strong brand and product portfolio. They have a dynamic, high performing culture that values team work, encourages progression and rewards passionate and talented people. A unique opportunity exists for an ambitious and astute Finance Business Partner. The purpose of the role is to provide financial expertise and decision support to a wide portfolio of well-known brands in order to drive market share and profitability. Partnering with the Operations team, you™ll add value through the production of daily and monthly sales reports and forecasts, providing detailed explanation of variances, articulating the impact of costs on profitability and financial modelling to support commercial business decisions. This role represents an outstanding opportunity for a career driven analyst with a keen sense of commercial acumen. CACPA qualified, you™ll demonstrate success in a similar value add role, preferably with a large, complex corporate in a retailconsumer driven environment. With exceptional analytical and problem solving skills, you will be a confident communicator adept at interpreting complex financial data and presenting to non-finance stakeholders. This will suit an ambitious individual who will thrive in a results driven, high performance environment. Please apply using the link below or by emailing John ODonnell at john.odonnellallurapartners.com.au John ODonnell (02) 8986 3141 allurapartners.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Business Performance Analyst - Public Markets - 12 Month FTC

    Business Performance Analyst - Public Markets - 12 Month FTC AMP Capital is a specialist investment manager with offices in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, London, Chicago, New York, California, Ireland and the Middle East. We are a leading global real estate and infrastructure manager and the combination of our scale, breadth and capability provides access to superior investment opportunities for our clients. Our asset class specialists, investment strategists and economists work together with the aim of delivering strong investment outcomes for clients. That is why our clients trust us to invest over AS189.3 billion AUM (as at 30 June 2018) on their behalf, across a range of single sector and diversified funds. The role The AMP Capital Public Markets business includes MAG (Multi Asset Group) and GEFI (Global Equities Fixed Income) - the listed asset business units within AMP Capital. MAG is a multi-manager business which covers both public and private markets, executes asset allocation across various asset classes and markets, as well as providing tailored investment solutions to clients. The primary purpose of the role is to provide timely analysis and insights on the drivers of the AMP Capital Public Markets business™ performance, along with and relevant financial KPIs, in order to support and influence decision making. Main focus areas Deliver consistent, reliable, quality analysis of monthly Public Markets financial performance, focusing on the drivers of performance, risks and opportunities, performance against KPIs, strategic and financial plan objectives. Monthly forecasting of future Public Markets financial performance. Co-ordination and execution of the annual financial planning process for the Public Markets business. Provision of financial insights and decision support to the AMP Capital Public Markets business related to current and emerging issues and the ongoing management of the business. General support to Public Markets Finance Business Partner and Finance Leadership Team Decision support and analysis to Head of Finance and Decision Support on ad-hoc pieces of work for key stakeholders. Experience Required Managing reporting budgeting forecasting year-end close processes across businesses and with multiple stakeholders Experience in briefing reporting on financial outcomes, risks and opportunities experience working through issues and constructively challenging assumptions and the status quo Experience in working in public markets within the financial services industry is preferred Experience with Business Objects and Essbase preferred CACPACIMA qualification preferred

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Financial Analyst

    Financial Analyst Excellent working culture Fantastic Remuneration + tax benefits Strong MS Excel skills required The Company Our client, a well-established not-for-profit property organisation, has an exciting new opportunity for a Financial Analyst to join their Capital Programs team. Duties and Responsibilities The Financial Analyst is responsible for manipulating, editing, and updating financial models, project-related cash flow and budgeting models, and property disposal program settlement and cost tracking models. Duties include Preparing monthly quarterly annual budgets Analysing revenue and cost data for various programs Updating of financial models Tracking budget variations Preparation of formal notices Liaising with internal and external stakeholders The Candidate The ideal candidate will have 3 years of practical experience in a highly analytical finance position Exceptional Microsoft Office skills (especially Excel) Strong financial analysis financial modelling skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills High attention to detail Benefits Great opportunity for a highly numerical finance professional to join an excellent team with fantastic remuneration. This organisation is able to offer tax advantages due to its not-for-profit status. Curtis Partnership specialises in Accounting, Technology and Property Recruitment.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Pricing Analyst

    Pricing Analyst Australia™s largest inflight caterer, we are chosen by many of the world™s airlines for our fresh award-winning meals and outstanding service. With a geographically diverse footprint, we employ over 4,000 people across 9 cities, produce over 64 million meals and service over 246 thousand flights each year. Offering a suite of services, we are more than an inflight caterer. We also manage buy-on-board catering programs, provide inflight retail solutions, operate airport lounges and provide readymade meal manufacturing for export, airline and non-airline markets. Parent company dnata - part of the Emirates Group “ is one of the world™s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, the company ensures the aviation industry operates smoothly and efficiently in 127 airports. Offering ground handling, cargo, travel, and inflight catering services in 85 countries across six continents, dnata is a trusted partner for over 270 airline customers around the world. The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity available for a full-time Pricing Analyst to join our Pricing team in either our Sydney office or alternatively our Broadbeach office on the beautiful Gold Coast. Reporting to the Manager Pricing Revenue, the objective of the role is the efficient and accurate preparation and analysis of airline meal pricing. Deliver grounded business intelligence and analysis as part of ongoing improvement programs and information to advise strategy. Some of the key responsibilities of the role include Analysing product categories for margin enhancement opportunities and determining optimum product price positioning Develop measures to improve business performance and support business decisions Performing complex analysis of strategic initiatives and challenging critical assumptions Undertake statistical modelling and costbenefit analysis, to evaluate alternative business strategies and make recommendations to Executive Management. The Person This role will suit someone who has professional experience in Management Accounting or Finance backgrounds and possess advanced MS Excel skills which is essential. The successful candidate will bring their project management experience, along with strong research and analytical skills. Along with outstanding communication skills and a track record in stakeholder management, we are looking for someone who is passionate about driving sustainable business success. Benefits Flexible working arrangements Competitive pay rates Career advancement opportunities Company benefits and incentives “ including up to 5 weeks™ annual leave for full-time employees and discounted private health insurance Supportive and friendly team environment If this sounds like you, please apply via httpsdnatacatering.expr3ss.comhome Ensure you include a cover letter addressing the key criteria in the Position Description (downloadable under Further Information) We welcome applications from candidates across all states. The successful candidate is responsible for covering her his own relocation expenses. We thank all applicants in advance as only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview. Mascot 2020 NSW

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Finance Planning & Analysis Manager

    Finance Planning Analysis Manager Australias 1 online home loan platform is looking for an experienced finance manager to join our finance team in Circular Quay. The home of online home loans has arrived were bringing home loans into the digital age with best-in-class technology, and a passion for delivering an outstanding customer experience. As part of the Finance team this role will be central to the management of our growing business by delivering high quality financial insights across our Lendi, Click Loans, and Domain Loan Finder brands. The Role As a key member of the Finance team, your duties will include Preparation of management accounts, budgets and forecasts across several business units Developing meaningful analyses to drive business growth, including marketing effectiveness, channel costs, and operational efficiency Detailed analyses of customer behaviour, segments and lifetime customer value Working closely with the CFO to assess corporate development opportunities Production of investor materials and assisting with investor and board communications Knowledge-sharing of best practice and mentoring junior members of the team. What youll bring Aside from a great work ethic and passion for your role, youll have the following skills and attributes Experience in consumer financial services Strong tertiary qualifications (Accounting or Finance preferred) CACPA fully qualified Strongly analytical with high accuracy and attention to detail Experience with investor relations reporting would be advantageous Excellent communication skills and an ability to clearly articulate complex subjects Unrestricted Australian working rights are essential. Benefits and perks Flexible working arrangements Health and wellbeing initiatives such as free gym membership, free yoga and free massages Awesome Circular Quay location A weeks additional annual leave after 3 years service Open pantry with complimentary food for staff Complimentary beerwine fridge open on Friday afternoon Regular social and team building activities. This is a unique opportunity to join one of Australias most exciting brands in the tech finance industry with significant opportunity for growth for the right candidate. Please address your thoughtful cover letter and CV to the CFO highlighting your suitability for the role and why you believe Lendi is the right place to expand your career. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Commercial Manager

    Commercial Manager Who are we? The Toll Group is the Asian regions leading provider of integrated logistics services, generating annual revenue of AU8.3 billion and employing over 40,000 people across an extensive network of 1,200 sites throughout more than 50 countries across the world. We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. Tolls first class collection of and access to transport and infrastructure assets, including road fleets, air and marine capacity, warehousing, ports and railways, allow us to achieve worlds best practice in supply chain management. At Toll we connect people and products. We believe in delivering an enduring customer experience, consistent with our values and our customers. You will form part of this experience as the Commercial Manager responsible for the engagement in New Customer opportunities. Your role will manage the holistic process for Commercial from the Project Inception to Steady state and any subsequent support. The Commercial Manager will own the contract management, risk management, project management, business case review, Capex Board level submissions and troubleshooting services to support the new business process. In addition, the role will entail œhands on support for existing business operations including supporting customer contract renewals (when required), trouble shoot underperforming business operations, and annual budget cycle management with Finance Business Partner. Key responsibilities include Lead the commercial element in the contract negotiation phase for the new business opportunities Validate the proposals inclusive of relevant cost models attached to the aforesaid opportunities Develop the relevant business cases required to seek approval for these opportunities from the relevant stakeholders within Toll Ensure robust processes are set in new customer deployments to underpin commercial and contractual obligations are adhered to Form part of the Finance Commercial lead team preparing the annual budget submissions Work with the business or corporate function and externally (e.g. with professionalindustry leaders and advisors) to develop innovative solutions across technology, systems, processes and policies, and ensure effective use by the business Ensure compliance with financial, accounting and quality standards, laws, policies and regulations. Manage commercial relationships between the Business Unit, and relevant customers. Liaise with other Toll stakeholders to discuss business and continuous improvement opportunities To be considered for this role Experience dealing with operations, pricing structures, rebates, contracts and tenders Warehouse industry experience is essential 5 plus years™ experience in negotiating new customer contract from concept to steady state (Customer level of 3m per annum +) 10 plus years experience in analysing business cases bottom up and top down, including adherence to relevant hurdle rates (IRR, NPV, ROCE, Payback¦etc) Working knowledge of the Australian Tax system Attention to detail and high level of accuracy Deep understanding of profit and loss and balance sheet concepts. Advanced modelling skills in excel Ability to interrogate operational and financial models for resilience and robustness Flexible with the ability to adapt to change Why work at Toll Group? We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. We believe that people perform best when they are empowered, accountable and recognised and we™re passionately committed to supporting our people in their career aspirations. Due to the volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants who meet with requested criteria will be contacted. Please Note We will not accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agencies 3rd parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to line managers. Email Please click the Apply Now button below. Toll will require all successful candidates to undertake a criminal history check, pre-employment medical and drug alcohol testing. Toll is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage men and women of all ages and Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


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