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Financial Accountant - $40 p/h + Super - 6 Month temp
2019-10-23 16:00:36

Location: Macquarie Park
Base rate: $40 p/h + Super
Role highlight: Convenient location; close to Public transport; great working environment

Role Overview
This Financial Accountant will report directly into the Financial Accounting Manager and will be a part of a large national team. The overall mandate of this role will be to work closely with the regional Accountants to deliver full month end close for your assigned vertical.
This Financial Accountant will assist the Finance Manager on all finance functions as well as be responsible for all balance sheet reconciliation, tax returns, P&L review, journals, accruals and month end reports.
On a weekly basis you will also be responsible for balance sheet reconciliations, including daily complex bank reconciliations. A passion for growing within the team and a great team player will be a key to your success.


Responsibilities

Your duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Full month end close for assigned entities.
  • Ensure the integrity and accuracy of all financial records is maintained
  • Manage balance sheet and bank reconciliation on a daily basis
  • Assist Finance Manager with all treasury requirements
  • Ensure appropriate insurances and levels of cover are in place
  • Tax filings submitted in a timely manner
  • Budgeting and forecasting reports
  • Annual budgets and cash flow forecasts
  • Reconciliation of General Ledger
  • Ad hoc reporting and other tasks as required

Candidate Profile
You will have a bachelor’s degree majoring in Accounting with a minimum of 2 years of post-qualifying experience. Currently you are in a similar role, hard worker and technically strong. You have experience in; Preparation of Financial reports, FMCG or Manufacturing industry exposure and a comprehensive knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards. As the Financial Accountant you will bring great communication skills and interpersonal skills as well as resilience to cope under pressure and meet deadlines.

The Company, Culture & Benefits
This large services company is well known throughout Australia and are renowned for their superior service delivery. A leader in multiple service sectors, they are located in Macquarie park. This company values their staff and provide ongoing training and support. A rare opportunity is currently available for an experienced Financial Accountant to join their diverse team.
They have great culture and are seeking a Financial Accountant to join their ever-growing and dynamic team.

  • Impressive rate: $40 p/h + Super
  • Perfect for a Financial Accountant looking for exposure to a large business
  • Immediate start

Apply
If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Nicolas Gonzalez, quoting reference number NGFA5077 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

Financial Accountant - $35 p/h + Super
2019-10-23 14:56:21

Location: Macquarie Park
Base rate: $35 p/h + Super
Role highlight: Convenient location; work close to home; great working environment

Role Overview
This Financial Accountant will report directly into the Finance Manager and will be a part of a large national team. The overall mandate of this role will be to work closely with the regional Accountants to deliver full month end close for your assigned vertical.
This Financial Accountant will assist the Finance Manager on all finance functions as well as be responsible for all balance sheet reconciliation, tax returns, P&L review, journals, accruals and month end reports.
On a weekly basis you will also be responsible for balance sheet reconciliations, including daily complex bank reconciliations. A passion for growing within the team and a great team player will be a key to your success.


Responsibilities
Your duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Full month end close including financial reporting.
  • Ensure the integrity and accuracy of all financial records is maintained
  • Undertake balance sheet and bank reconciliation on a daily basis
  • Assist Finance Manager with all reporting requirements
  • Ensure appropriate insurances and levels of cover are in place
  • Tax filings submitted in a timely manner
  • Budgeting and forecasting reports
  • Annual budgets and cash flow forecasts
  • Reconciliation of General Ledger
  • Ad hoc reporting and other tasks as required

Candidate Profile
You will have a bachelor’s degree majoring in Accounting with a minimum of 3 years of post-qualifying experience. Currently you are in a similar role, hard worker and technically strong. You have experience in:

  • Preparation of Financial reports
  • FMCG or Manufacturing
  • A comprehensive knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Great communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Resilience to cope under pressure and meet deadlines

The Company, Culture & Benefits
This large services company is well known throughout Australia and are renowned for their superior service delivery. A leader in multiple service sectors, they are located in Sydney’s North-western suburbs. This company values their staff and provide ongoing training and support. A rare opportunity is currently available for an experienced Financial Accountant to join their diverse team.
There is lots of exposure and room for you to grow and further develop your career. They have great culture and are seeking a Financial Accountant to join their ever-growing and dynamic team on a temporary basis with a view to extension or long term prospects.

  • Impressive rate: $35 p/h + Super
  • Perfect opportunity for a driven Assistant Accountant to step up
  • Immediate start available and no local experience required

Apply
If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Nicolas Gonzalez, quoting reference number NGFA5071 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

Accounts Payable Officer $32p/h + Super + Parking
2019-10-23 13:43:20

Location: Western Sydney

Competitive rate: $32p/h + Super + Parking

Role highlight: Work for a globally iconic brand known for its innovative products, growing organisation, high volume role, utilise your extensive AP experience.

Role Overview

In your role, you will be directly reporting to the Accounts Payable Manager. Your day to day responsibilities will consists of full function accounts payable duties. You will be closely working with top management with the end to end process for accounts payable including the processing of invoices to the reconciliation of supplier payments. As an Accounts Payable Officer you will be processing high volumes of invoices and matching purchase orders to inventory and stock.

In addition, you will be involved in supplier processing and payments in your daily tasks. Your involvement in month end reporting and cash flow forecasting is also valued in this role. The critical component of this role is your ability to effectively liaise with key stakeholders and clients. This role is heavily focused on liaising with customers and key stakeholders. Therefore, a successful candidate will have strong problem solving and customer service skills. In order to succeed in the role, you possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. This is because you will need to provide advice on customer enquiries and internal stakeholders.

Responsibilities

In order to be successful for this role you will be responsible for the following duties:

  • Liaise with internal stakeholders to identify resolutions for overdue accounts
  • High volumes of processing of 200-300 invoices per day
  • Responsible for managing of employee expenses in a timely manner
  • Handling supplier processing of payments and invoices
  • Managing Accounts Payable reconciliations
  • Handling high volumes of invoices and processing data into an automated system
  • Preparation of cheques
  • Assist in the management of stocktake and processing invoices efficiently
  • Managing customer enquiries and internal stakeholders through email and the phone.
  • Critically analysing invoices and matching up orders accordingly.
  • Managing system issues promptly aligned with company standards and policies
  • Handling incoming emails to manage payments efficiently.
  • Managing invoices with process orders and matching to stock and inventory
  • Contribute to the management of Accounts Payable reconciliations
  • General administration tasks including ordering of office supplies and handling customer enquiries

Candidate Profile

The successful Accounts Payable Officer will have demonstrated extensive experience in a full function Accounts Payable role in a high volume environment. Your data entry speed and accuracy are second to none. You are very comfortable with the use of Excel (Pivot and Vlookups) and are an intermediate level user. You have excellent attention to detail, a high level of accuracy and outstanding communication skills as you will be liaising with customers and answering their enquiries in a professional manner. You are dedicated and highly motivated with the enthusiasm to meet deadlines and perform to the best of your ability.

The Company, Culture & Benefits

Through its robust business model and strategic direction, this global consumer goods giant is currently one of the world’s fastest growing companies in its sector and is a multibillion dollar organisation in Australia. These attributes along with its loyal customer base has allowed this company to go from strength to strength in the Australian market which calls for a need to expand its Corporate Finance team. As a result of an internal move, a position has become available for a dedicated Accounts Payable Officer to join the team and play an integral role in the department. This is a company which values its customers as well as its team members; therefore you will enjoy great training and work/life balance

Apply

If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing “Bhrizel Del Rosario”, quoting reference number BDR5075 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

Tax Manager - $150k package + incentives
2019-10-22 16:52:42

Location: Sydney CBD
Salary: $150k package + incentives
Role Benefit: Full ownership of local and international tax affairs with a chance to build your own team & legacy within the business.

The Company

ASX listed and highly ambitious, this company is a major player in its field and is an organisation that continues to grow. With high growth and market success, this organisation has grown both through its core business and via acquisitions. The Tax Manager is a position that has become available due to an internal restructure that looks optimise it’s back office and would require a tax specialist with exceptional commercial tax experience with an ability to provide tax advice on large size transactions. You will be responsible in delivering on their corporate compliance and adding value through identifying tax savings within the business. In time you will look to build out your team for which you can disseminate the workflows accordingly. This is an exciting opportunity for a professional who displays unquestionable leadership abilities together with financial technical excellence. Employing only the best of the best, this organisation fosters an environment that promotes growth and development.

The Job

This Tax Manager will eventually report into the CFO and be responsible for overseeing the group’s tax compliance function and providing strategic tax advice to the Executive Group.

The role will have responsibility for developing effective and efficient internal tax processes and leading the communication across the group. From a compliance perspective the Tax Manager will manage the relationship with the ATO and oversee the lodgement of all indirect and direct tax returns throughout the year. One of the major responsibilities for the Tax Manager is to prepare the advice papers in relation to any joint ventures, restructuring, thin capitalisation issues, divestment and M&A related transactions. This role will require you to have a commercial mindset with excellent comprehension of the Group’s financial position and deliver that understanding through your technical tax knowledge and business writing skills.

This is a once in a life time opportunity to join an ASX listed and internationally high profile organisation in this period of growth.

Candidate Profile

You are currently CA/CPA qualified with significant experience within a Tax leadership role and comfortable with being hands on. You have a preferable history in the BIG 4 with a predominant ASX listed client base; alternatively you are well versed in leading the tax compliance and strategy function for an ASX listed. As an individual you have displayed competencies in acting strategically within your role and have made sound financial decisions for your company. As a leader, you build rapport and establish open relationships with your team and wider network. Managing the process and executing on your tasks comes natural to you.

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If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Tony Nguyen CA quoting reference number MTNTM5032 in the subject line.

Accounts Payable Officer: 6 months temp- $32 p/h + Parking
2019-10-22 16:47:22

Location: Western Sydney
Rate: impressive hourly rate $32 p/h + Parking
Role Benefit: Work for a globally iconic brand known for its innovative products, growing organisation, high volume role, utilise your extensive AP experience

Role overview
Reporting to the Accounts Payable Manager, this Accounts Payable Officer will make up part of a large finance team. On a day to day basis this Accounts Payable Officer will have full function responsibility over;

  • high volumes of processing of 200+ invoices per day
  • importing of invoices into our Purchase to Pay system
  • matching, batching and uploading of invoices
  • Asset coding and processing in their ERP system SAP
  • Any additional AP adhoc duties
  • Managing incoming inquires through internal and external stakeholders
  • Management of and rebates or claims associated with the invoices

As an experienced Account Payable Officer you’ll be expected to have excellent data entry speed and accuracy. You will liaise with suppliers, and manage their reconciliations while maintaining the highest level of customer service.
This is an exciting opportunity for a fresh and dynamic Accounts Payable Officer looking to take the next step in their career at one of the largest and fastest growing organisations in the world.

Candidate Profile
The successful Accounts Payable Officer will have demonstrated extensive experience in a corporate accounts payable role in a high volume environment. Your data entry speed and accuracy are second to none. You are very comfortable with the use of Excel and are an intermediate level user. You have excellent attention to detail, a high level of accuracy and outstanding communication skills as you will be liaising with customers and answering their enquiries in a professional manner. You are dedicated and highly motivated with the enthusiasm to meet deadlines and perform to the best of your ability.

The Company,culture & benifits
Through its robust business model and strategic direction, this global consumer goods giant is currently one of the world’s fastest growing companies in its sector and is a multibillion dollar organisation in Australia. These attributes along with its loyal customer base has allowed this company to go from strength to strength in the Australian market which calls for a need to expand its Corporate Finance team. As a result of an internal move, a position has become available for a dedicated Accounts Payable Officer to join the team and play an integral role in the department. This is a company which values its customers as well as its team members; therefore you will enjoy great training and work/life balance.

  • Work close to home in western Sydney with parking onsite
  • Impressive base rate of $32 per hour + Super
  • Immediate start; 6 month role

Apply
If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Nicolas Gonzalez quoting reference number NGAP5072 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call

Senior Payroll Officer $40-$50 p/h + Super + Benefits
2019-10-21 16:42:39

Location: Sydney CBD
Rate: $40- $50p/h + Super + Benefits
Role Benefit: Leading global education business is seeking a Senior Payroll Officer to join their team during an exciting period of growth. Have the opportunity to make an impact in a brand name organisation.

Role Overview
Reporting to the National Payroll Manager as their 2IC, this Senior Payroll Officer will supervise/review and execute on the processing carried out by the national payroll team and provide day to day technical support. On and day to day basis, your responsibility will be to supervise a medium sized team of payroll officers and ensure the integrity of their calculations prior to disbursement, review termination calculations, interpret and implement complex awards, superannuation and all new starter administration. It will be the responsibility of this Senior Payroll Officer to ensure the integrity of data, accurate payroll reporting for management and ensuring that all compliance and customer service KPIs are met at all times.

In addition to the Payroll processing this Senior Payroll Officer will also work closely the National Payroll Manager with the review of Payroll Process and bring suggestions to the business on how to effectively streamline and improve the work flow of Payroll. Part of your role will be to assist with the creation of new processes and procedures for the payroll team. Part of your role will be to implement process improvements and prepare the payroll function for ongoing company growth. Hence, the successful Senior Payroll Officer will have solid achievements outside of the standard business as usual tasks.

This Senior Payroll Officer will display an outstanding ability to engage with the business and work with a team of solid payroll processors. Supervision and direction will form a portion of this role including assisting with training and developing staff, and motivating them to grow to reach their full potential.

Candidate Profile
You are currently a Senior Payroll Officer or a Payroll Officer with substantial experience in the all aspects of processing payroll and payroll reporting. You feel comfortable with supervising a team and have a strong desire to excel in a challenging and fast paced environment. Previous experience with a large payroll system is highly desirable and has an intermediate level of skill in Excel. You have a proven background in process improvement and have an excellent ability to motivate and train processing level staff. This role is best suited for a candidate that considers themselves as a strong team leader and displays the ability to work diligently & autonomously. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are imperative to this role.

The Company, Culture & Benefits
This leading global organisation continues to increase its market share and has held its industry leader position for several years. Located in Sydney’s CBD, they are currently seeking a Senior Payroll Officer to join their dynamic payroll team. This company takes great pride in their excellent customer service and people centric culture. They have a strong culture of promoting from within and provide the opportunity for ongoing training, support and development.
A newly created opportunity has arisen in the payroll team as the Senior Payroll Officer with the ultimate focus on process improvement, projects and effortless delivery on the Payroll function. This is a rare opportunity to join an organisation that is growing as a business.

  • Join a global services business that promote growth
  • Excellent base rate: $40 – $50p/h + Super + Benefits
  • Convenient CBD location close to public transport

Apply
If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing “Nicolas Gonzalez”, quoting reference number #NGSPO5070 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

Financial Accountant $70k - $80k + Super
2019-10-21 09:56:59

Location: Macquarie Park Surrounds
Salary: $70k – $80k + super
Role Benefit: Take ownership and be a key team member; develop and hone your skills; supportive work environment; highly profitable and growing organisation; vibrant and energetic team environment.

Role Overview
This Financial Accountant will be part of an intimate, yet high performing team, reporting directly to the Finance Manager. Main function of this role is to perform the daily, weekly and monthly financial and transactional banking tasks.
The Financial Accountant has primary responsibility to ensure that all treasury and payment deadlines are actioned and met.
The key to succeed in this Financial Accountant role is to apply a challenging mindset. You will be a great communicator, highly enthusiastic and effectively handle difficult situations with a positive mind set.

Responsibilities

  • Financial and Transactional Banking Activities
  • Loading daily payments and transfers into the banking portal
  • Perform weekly bank reconciliations, prepare the daily and weekly cash flow management
  • Perform the accounting entries to reflect the daily banking entries
  • Prompt follow up with the Group Shared Services and New Zealand team when items return unpaid to the bank account, ensuring they are re-banked and resolved within the week
  • Prepare the monthly and quarterly Financial journals including the revaluation, interest expense, interest accruals, swaps and derivatives
  • Foreign exchange deal confirmations
  • Support the accounting team with weekly accrual and wages journals
  • Perform the general ledger reconciliations for inventory, fixed assets and other reconciliations assigned
  • Review the sub ledgers to general ledger balances weekly to ensure there are no reconciling items and if they are escalate to IT to investigate and resolve
  • Provide general support to the accounting team and support to the financial manager on projects.

Candidate Profile
You have an accounting degree with treasury experience and preferably studying towards a CA or CPA. You may be in a similar role in a corporate organisation with preferably commercial background. Technically, your skills are strong and you wish to expand them within a FMCG / Manufacturing environment. Your verbal and written communication skills are one of your strengths and you feel confident navigating and working with data in Excel. You are also passionate about finance and have a positive, upbeat personality.

The Company, Culture & Benefits
Company is going through substantial growth; every day presents new and exciting challenges in a dynamic environment. People enjoy working for this organisation due to its commitment to excellence and continuous development. This is highlighted through the investment in its team members and its culture of fostering growth in a warm and supportive environment.
With a positive attitude, you can pursue your passion, grow your career and contribute to a business who is dedicated to providing the best quality products.

  • ASX listed, brand name organisation, market leader in Australia
  • Generous Package: $70k – $80k + super
  • High performance culture in a supportive environment; parking on-site

Apply
If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Maleeha Zahoor, quoting reference number MZFA5053 in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

National Credit Manager - $110 - 115k + super + 10% bonus
2019-10-18 17:04:49

Location: North Ryde with parking on-site

Salary: $110 – 115K + super + bonus

Role Benefit: National role, drive credit strategy, great culture, flexible working environment, attractive salary package

The Company

This global retailer is a corporation known to all and would be considered the market leader in its industry and specialisation. The corporate offices are located close to the train station in North Ryde and the environment and culture would be considered a huge plus.

They are searching for their next National Credit Manager to lead and drive the credit function at a national level. This opportunity has arisen for a high calibre National Credit Manager to join the business and lead the credit control function ensuring that cash initiatives reflect ongoing company targets. We require a credit leader with exceptional leadership and change management experience proven within large and complex businesses. This organisation offers excellent results based benefits and the opportunity for the right candidate to further grow their portfolio of responsibility.

The Job

Currently reporting into the National Finance Manager, the National Credit Manager will have the primary responsibility for the management and oversight of large B2B debtors portfolio stemming across various regions of Australia. On a day to day basis, your management responsibility will include leading and developing a 6 person regional credit team with oversight of key credit KPI’s, DSO and collection targets as well as the strategic management of doubtful debt. This is an all encompassing National level role that includes the responsibility for financial integrity and compliance including SOX compliance, and working with mercantile agents/solicitors as well as in house legal to ensure appropriate risk management. As the National Credit Manager you role will also assist with external and internal audit.

An integral part of the National Credit Managers’ role will be to build strong relationship with key stakeholders, both within the organisation and as well as external clientele. Hence, an ability to communicate effectively and seamlessly, both written and verbal, and at all levels, will be imperative to the success of this National Credit Manager. From a projects perspective there will be a key focus on continued process improvement via streamlining of business processes, reduction of DSO’s and improvement of cash flow in line with company targets. Hence, the successful candidate must have outstanding capability around leadership and a vision to deliver credit functional excellence.

Candidate Profile

Your have significant experience leading large credit functions at a national level within a large global multinational or a listed business. You have a proven record in driving major process change and your project management skills are one of your key strength areas. Previous experience from a high volume transactional environment would be high considered. You have a passion for Credit and want to bring to an organisation your knowledge around best practice with the view to set up the best working platform for an efficient credit function. This is an exciting role that will give you the opportunity to lead the credit function for global and world class organisation.

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If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking “apply”. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.

Business Insights Analyst - ASX - $110 - 130K + Super + Parking
2019-10-17 14:36:10

Location: Sydney
Salary: $110 – 130k + Super + Parking
Role Benefit: Opportunity to deliver massive value and impact to the business with a strategically commercial lens

Role Overview
Reporting to the Commercial Insights Manager, this Business Insights Analyst will be pivotal in bringing insights and analysis around manufacturing, supply chain and operations where the cost base would be in excess of $1bn p.a. You will leverage a range of data across internal and external sources to help deliver reports and insights that are easy to understand and align to broader organisational goals and strategy. As a result, you will be seen as a highly valued partner across the business in this highly visible role.

The initial 6 months of this Business Insights Analyst will have a heavy focus on report developing and coding. Hence, extensive experience in SQL as well as Tableau are a must have in order to be successful within this role. Once the set-up is complete, this role will evolve into more of a maintenance, insights generation and dashboard reporting.

Responsibilities
* Be hands on in extracting and managing data from a range of sources and continually look at improved methods to simplify information and messaging to the business
* Proactively work on the development of industry, market and business trends through best practice reporting, dashboards and analysis
* Service, Support & Development of ImpactECS Product Costing system
* Drive insightful modelling and analysis including yield reporting and cost analysis
* Develop information packs to assist with performance management
* Development of Forecasting tools & forward looking analytics
* Continued development of TM1 & Tableau Dashboards
* Provide ad-hoc Data & Analysis upon Business needs

Candidate Profile
Being degree qualified in the field of Business/Commerce or Information Systems, you have ideally come up from an data analytics, accounting or systems background. You have strong and proven skills in data extraction and manipulation and would classify yourself as an expert with Microsoft SQL Server and Tableau. With excellent communication skills, you are comfortable in engaging stakeholders in and out of finance and have a passion for building relationships across a business to better understand business drivers. Your data and analytics skills and a passion for enabling better commercial decisions will set you apart for success in this role.

Culture & Benefits
A leading ASX organisation with multiple household brand names, this business is poised for strong growth. With a full vertical integration model, this organisation has a national presence across both Australia and NZ and leads the way in manufacturing, procurement and sales and marketing. With an employment force in excess of 9,000 people, this organisation has hired some of the best leaders in Australia and has held an employer of choice status for many years.
* Drive value – deliver insights that connect information to business decisions
* Be rewarded – salary range of $110 – 130k + Super + Parking
* Grow your career – opportunity to fast track promotions

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If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Raghav Mehta quoting reference number RMBIA5063 in the subject line.

Financial Accountant - $35p/h - $40p/h + Super + Parking
2019-10-17 10:02:46

Location: Botany

Salary: $35p/h – $40p/h + Super + Parking Onsite

Role: Have the opportunity to work part of close-knit culture in a leading shipping brand as a Financial Accountant; Immediate Start with parking onsite

Role Overview

Reporting to the Finance Manager, this Financial Accountant will work in a small team and partner with stakeholders across the business to provide commercial and accounting support in relation to business performance and future growth strategies. This role will be involved financial and operational analysis, forecasting/budgeting, compliance, month end accruals, contract negotiations and CAPEX.

On a day to day basis, this Financial Accountant will be responsible for presenting key financial data to senior stakeholders and liaising with operations to determine KPIs. Month end duties include being a champion for accuracy within balance sheet reconciliations and the review of transactions. This position will also be involved with assisting with budgeting and forecasting processes.

Responsibilities

  • Balance sheet reconciliations
  • Full financial planning, analysis function for their business units
  • Responsible for all month end aspects for their business unit
  • Partnering with the business unit General Managers in completing their budgets and forecasts
  • Presenting and explaining monthly P&L results
  • Preparation of statutory half-year and year-end reports that includes liaison with auditors

Candidate Profile

You are ideally CA/CPA qualified, Financial or Management Accountant with experience with supporting the budgeting and forecasting process for a large and complex business. You have a keen interest in identifying risks and opportunities and are able to provide influence to key decisions, using your findings. You have the ability to work with stakeholders at all levels and your ability to build relationships has been integral to your success to date. Your verbal and written communication skills are one of your key strengths as part of the role includes presentation of results to stakeholders across the business.

Company, Culture & Benefits

Globally listed giant that is dominant and a leader within their market segment, this organisation continues to grow and looks to expand on their historic success. The organisation will provide the right candidate an opportunity to commence their career and further develop your analysis and reporting skills.

  • Join a solid brand name in the shipping/logistics industry
  • $35p/h – $40p/h + Super – Immediate Start
  • Structured Learning, Development and Training

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If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the “apply” link below addressing Bhrizel Del Rosario quoting reference number BDR# in the subject line. Please allow for 3 – 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call.