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      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$50.00 - AU$60.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Our clientRandstad is excited to partner with a leading NFP who are leading Melbourne through their strategic growth plans and service delivery. Their clear vision and focus has been the driver behind the success, and through their values they continue to foster a culture of support and development to ensure continus improvement of their people. A 12 month contract has become available for a Finance Accounting Lead to demonstrate their capacity to utilise their finacial expertise and empower their team. About the OpportunityReporting directly to the Financial Controller, your main responsibilities will include but not limited to:Prepare Annual Financial StatementsManage the audit process and external financial reporting Bank ReconciliationPrepare/review other financial statements and or reports as requestedReconcile all bank accounts other than the main bank accountReconcile general ledger accounts at the end of each monthPrepare/Review Trial Balance each monthMaintain Asset RegisterManage and lead a team of 10 General Ledger officersIdeal ProfileThis is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Senior Financial Accountant/Finance Leader with,CA/CPA qualified with over 5 years of post qualified experience with a mix of big 4/ mid tier audit and industry experienceIdeally with technical financial expertise within a complex environmentAbility to plan, adopt and execute effectivelyProven process improvement and stakeholder management and presentation skillsHigh attention to detail and ability to meet reporting deadlinesDemonstrated experience in managing teamsExperience with TechnologyOne is favourably but not mandatoryYour BenefitsWork with a high performing teamOpportunity to be apart of a leading NFPNFP salary packagingPurpose and value alignmentTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our clientRandstad is excited to partner with a leading NFP who are leading Melbourne through their strategic growth plans and service delivery. Their clear vision and focus has been the driver behind the success, and through their values they continue to foster a culture of support and development to ensure continus improvement of their people. A 12 month contract has become available for a Finance Accounting Lead to demonstrate their capacity to utilise their finacial expertise and empower their team. About the OpportunityReporting directly to the Financial Controller, your main responsibilities will include but not limited to:Prepare Annual Financial StatementsManage the audit process and external financial reporting Bank ReconciliationPrepare/review other financial statements and or reports as requestedReconcile all bank accounts other than the main bank accountReconcile general ledger accounts at the end of each monthPrepare/Review Trial Balance each monthMaintain Asset RegisterManage and lead a team of 10 General Ledger officersIdeal ProfileThis is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Senior Financial Accountant/Finance Leader with,CA/CPA qualified with over 5 years of post qualified experience with a mix of big 4/ mid tier audit and industry experienceIdeally with technical financial expertise within a complex environmentAbility to plan, adopt and execute effectivelyProven process improvement and stakeholder management and presentation skillsHigh attention to detail and ability to meet reporting deadlinesDemonstrated experience in managing teamsExperience with TechnologyOne is favourably but not mandatoryYour BenefitsWork with a high performing teamOpportunity to be apart of a leading NFPNFP salary packagingPurpose and value alignmentTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$115 - AU$125 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is a global operating company located in Clayton. They are looking for a payroll project and operational support manager. This is a 12 month fixed term role. This role will be responsible for:Providing leadership and guidance to the payroll teamData processingsystem upgrade and changesOversight and coordination of internal and external audit requirementsPayroll projectsoperational payroll across (AU/NZ) (Fortnighly and Monthly)The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:Clear communicationAbility to pick up new skills and eager to learnGood organisational and time management skillsAbility to lead a teamIf you think you have the skills, experience and personality to join the team, apply below or email nadia.jalali@hotmail.comAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a global operating company located in Clayton. They are looking for a payroll project and operational support manager. This is a 12 month fixed term role. This role will be responsible for:Providing leadership and guidance to the payroll teamData processingsystem upgrade and changesOversight and coordination of internal and external audit requirementsPayroll projectsoperational payroll across (AU/NZ) (Fortnighly and Monthly)The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:Clear communicationAbility to pick up new skills and eager to learnGood organisational and time management skillsAbility to lead a teamIf you think you have the skills, experience and personality to join the team, apply below or email nadia.jalali@hotmail.comAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad is delighted to be exclusively engaged with a leading Australian business who specialise in maximising their customers potential through training and consultancy. They have provided customised training to blue chip organisations in Australia and continue to deliver their services during these uncertain times. A business that truly demonstrates it's values by nurturing a culture of high performance, support and putting people first. About the OpportunityWorking with a lean and high performing finance team, you will work closely with internal stakeholders to ensure robust finance controls are in place. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Financial Accountant or Finance Manager looking for a rewarding environment focusing on people. Your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Driving and leading month end processing including; bank and balance sheet reconciliationsFinancial Leadership and support through strategic planning processLead annual budgeting processPreparation and reporting of rolling forecastMonthly performance review and KPI reportingCompany and divisional management reporting and analysis, including dividendsReporting and analysis of key business and financial metrics to the Executive Team, Board and its ShareholdersCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirements, including, Annual Financial Statements and Tax Returns, Quarterly, BAS and PAYG submissionsEngage and coordinate with external auditorsIdeal ProfileDemonstrated experience leading a small to medium sized finance teamOversight and management of accounting activities of a businessAbility to be able to business partner and articulate finance information in a simplistic manner to multiple stakeholdersDemonstrated experience in building and managing relationships across all levels, including external stakeholders and senior leaders of the business.Intermediate to Advanced skills in Excel coupled with hands on experience with MYOB & XeroBenefitsSupportive team environmentAn exciting growing business Working from home + Eastern suburb location for convenienceTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ClientRandstad is delighted to be exclusively engaged with a leading Australian business who specialise in maximising their customers potential through training and consultancy. They have provided customised training to blue chip organisations in Australia and continue to deliver their services during these uncertain times. A business that truly demonstrates it's values by nurturing a culture of high performance, support and putting people first. About the OpportunityWorking with a lean and high performing finance team, you will work closely with internal stakeholders to ensure robust finance controls are in place. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Financial Accountant or Finance Manager looking for a rewarding environment focusing on people. Your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Driving and leading month end processing including; bank and balance sheet reconciliationsFinancial Leadership and support through strategic planning processLead annual budgeting processPreparation and reporting of rolling forecastMonthly performance review and KPI reportingCompany and divisional management reporting and analysis, including dividendsReporting and analysis of key business and financial metrics to the Executive Team, Board and its ShareholdersCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirements, including, Annual Financial Statements and Tax Returns, Quarterly, BAS and PAYG submissionsEngage and coordinate with external auditorsIdeal ProfileDemonstrated experience leading a small to medium sized finance teamOversight and management of accounting activities of a businessAbility to be able to business partner and articulate finance information in a simplistic manner to multiple stakeholdersDemonstrated experience in building and managing relationships across all levels, including external stakeholders and senior leaders of the business.Intermediate to Advanced skills in Excel coupled with hands on experience with MYOB & XeroBenefitsSupportive team environmentAn exciting growing business Working from home + Eastern suburb location for convenienceTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Accounts Payable OfficerRandstad has been engaged to recruit an Accounts Payable position for a highly respected government department conveniently located in Melbourne’s CBD. This organisation is renowned as a leader in the transport industry and is on an upwards growth trajectory. The role will focus on delivering efficient and effective outcomes consistent with the financial control environment. Reporting to Accounts Payable Team Leader, your main responsibilities will include:Prepare and process project financial transactions in compliance with policies and processesEnsure appropriate accounting and tax treatment of financial transactionsWork within and support a team of finance experts to deliver account advice Support monthly accruals process ensuring appropriate substantiation available for review and auditManage and maintain local record and document management databases To be considered for the role you will ideally have:Experience with enterprise resource planning (oracle or similar) and reporting systems, particularly accounts payable functions Strong written and verbal communication skillsAttention to detail, specifically in the preparation and review of documents Experience in the public sector is desirable Proven experience in providing specialist accounts support services Proficiency in ExcelDemonstrated ability to work productive in a team environment If you are interested to learn more about the role, please contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Accounts Payable OfficerRandstad has been engaged to recruit an Accounts Payable position for a highly respected government department conveniently located in Melbourne’s CBD. This organisation is renowned as a leader in the transport industry and is on an upwards growth trajectory. The role will focus on delivering efficient and effective outcomes consistent with the financial control environment. Reporting to Accounts Payable Team Leader, your main responsibilities will include:Prepare and process project financial transactions in compliance with policies and processesEnsure appropriate accounting and tax treatment of financial transactionsWork within and support a team of finance experts to deliver account advice Support monthly accruals process ensuring appropriate substantiation available for review and auditManage and maintain local record and document management databases To be considered for the role you will ideally have:Experience with enterprise resource planning (oracle or similar) and reporting systems, particularly accounts payable functions Strong written and verbal communication skillsAttention to detail, specifically in the preparation and review of documents Experience in the public sector is desirable Proven experience in providing specialist accounts support services Proficiency in ExcelDemonstrated ability to work productive in a team environment If you are interested to learn more about the role, please contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$30.00 - AU$30.00, per hour, + superannuation
      • full-time
      We are exclusively partnering with one of the countries largest not for profit organisations to recruit a number of graduate payroll positions.The organisation pays over 8,000 employees statewide and has a large payroll team in a shared services model, we are currently looking for graduates with some experience and/or an interest in accounting, finance or HR to join the payroll team and be trained up over the next couple of years into fully fledged payroll officers.You will be:Working flexibly across a small team on tasks related to payroll production, such as entering starter information, running pays, reconciliations, paying superannuation and answering payroll queries. We are looking for:Someone with a demonstrated desire and understanding in payroll, accounting or HR services. An ability to research, understand and describe financial concepts such as gross wages, tax scales, allowances and superannuation. Excellent communication skills with a focus on meeting customer needs to deal with queries in a timely and effective manner. High level of written communication skills and a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel. Ability to participate in a team environment, demonstrating excellent time management skills to ensure that payroll activities are completed in strict timelines. If you are interested in this role please apply today for immediate consideration and more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are exclusively partnering with one of the countries largest not for profit organisations to recruit a number of graduate payroll positions.The organisation pays over 8,000 employees statewide and has a large payroll team in a shared services model, we are currently looking for graduates with some experience and/or an interest in accounting, finance or HR to join the payroll team and be trained up over the next couple of years into fully fledged payroll officers.You will be:Working flexibly across a small team on tasks related to payroll production, such as entering starter information, running pays, reconciliations, paying superannuation and answering payroll queries. We are looking for:Someone with a demonstrated desire and understanding in payroll, accounting or HR services. An ability to research, understand and describe financial concepts such as gross wages, tax scales, allowances and superannuation. Excellent communication skills with a focus on meeting customer needs to deal with queries in a timely and effective manner. High level of written communication skills and a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel. Ability to participate in a team environment, demonstrating excellent time management skills to ensure that payroll activities are completed in strict timelines. If you are interested in this role please apply today for immediate consideration and more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$81,000, per year, + SUPER
      • full-time
      Your responsibilities will include, however not be limited toDemonstrated experience working in a AgedCare or Community servicesResponsible for Billing/ Collections and taking care of the complex reconcilliations.Overseeing and ensuring all receipting, unaocated cash recipts or unidentified receiptsManagement with strong focus on high standard of customer service with debt collection/resolution priorityProven supervisory and leadership skills with an ability to motivate direct reports in office and remote locationsHighly developed written and verbal communication skills which will be instrumental in building rapportExcellent analytical and problem-solving approach with the ability to multitask and manage deadlinesStrong organisation and time management skills to manage prioritiesExcellent analytical and problem-solving skills, seeking continuous improvement and best practiceHigh degree of accuracy, attention to detail and quality controlJudgement to ensure matters of a confidential or sensitive nature are handled and dealt with appropriately and diplomatically Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. To know more about the role and have a confidential discussion, please contact me at srishti.wadhwa@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Your responsibilities will include, however not be limited toDemonstrated experience working in a AgedCare or Community servicesResponsible for Billing/ Collections and taking care of the complex reconcilliations.Overseeing and ensuring all receipting, unaocated cash recipts or unidentified receiptsManagement with strong focus on high standard of customer service with debt collection/resolution priorityProven supervisory and leadership skills with an ability to motivate direct reports in office and remote locationsHighly developed written and verbal communication skills which will be instrumental in building rapportExcellent analytical and problem-solving approach with the ability to multitask and manage deadlinesStrong organisation and time management skills to manage prioritiesExcellent analytical and problem-solving skills, seeking continuous improvement and best practiceHigh degree of accuracy, attention to detail and quality controlJudgement to ensure matters of a confidential or sensitive nature are handled and dealt with appropriately and diplomatically Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. To know more about the role and have a confidential discussion, please contact me at srishti.wadhwa@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad are excited to be partnering with one of Australia’s leading and respected transport and logistics organisations, to recruit a technically strong Finance Manager to take ownership of the finance function.About the OpportunityAs the Finance Manager, you will report to the CFO, becoming a key pillar to the finance team and wider business. This is an opportunity for a Finance Manager to empower the finance team whilst ensuring outcomes are achieved. Your key deliverables will be:Owning and leading month end close and processAssisting in budgeting and forecasting processPreparation of monthly board presentationsPrepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsLiaise with external auditors for all financial audits and reviewsCash flow managementIdentifying and recommending process improvement opportunities within finance team and wider businessCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirementsManaging and leading a team of 4 in the finance departmentIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified and have strong leadership skills, coupled with your technical finance knowledge and expertise. Interpersonally, you are a grounded and confident individual, with an ability to partner with key stakeholders across the business. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, articulating financial information to various levels of stakeholders. You are meticulous in your approach and thrive in a fast pace and challenging yet supportive environment. Demonstrated experience from the Transport & Logistics or Property industry will be looked upon favourably. BenefitsAn exciting growing business with career progression opportunitiesWestern suburb location, on-site role with flexibility providedHigh performing and vibrant team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ClientRandstad are excited to be partnering with one of Australia’s leading and respected transport and logistics organisations, to recruit a technically strong Finance Manager to take ownership of the finance function.About the OpportunityAs the Finance Manager, you will report to the CFO, becoming a key pillar to the finance team and wider business. This is an opportunity for a Finance Manager to empower the finance team whilst ensuring outcomes are achieved. Your key deliverables will be:Owning and leading month end close and processAssisting in budgeting and forecasting processPreparation of monthly board presentationsPrepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsLiaise with external auditors for all financial audits and reviewsCash flow managementIdentifying and recommending process improvement opportunities within finance team and wider businessCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirementsManaging and leading a team of 4 in the finance departmentIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified and have strong leadership skills, coupled with your technical finance knowledge and expertise. Interpersonally, you are a grounded and confident individual, with an ability to partner with key stakeholders across the business. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, articulating financial information to various levels of stakeholders. You are meticulous in your approach and thrive in a fast pace and challenging yet supportive environment. Demonstrated experience from the Transport & Logistics or Property industry will be looked upon favourably. BenefitsAn exciting growing business with career progression opportunitiesWestern suburb location, on-site role with flexibility providedHigh performing and vibrant team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$109,043 - AU$121,844, per year, + super
      • full-time
      Are you looking for a tree change? Do you live in Melbourne's west and would like to work closer to home, but still maintain a professional and rewarding career? Manage a team of 6 direct reports with a clear career development path.Join a municipality on a rapid growth and transformation trajectory.Ongoing, full time role located in the Darley. About Moorabool Shire CouncilAs one of six municipalities in the Central Highlands region, Moorabool Shire provides a welcome change of pace to the hustle and bustle of the city and is just 45km away from Melbourne. Situated at the eastern step of the region, it strikes the perfect balance between enchanting terrain and a vibrant community. Moorbabool shire has a projected population growth from 37,261 in 2021 through to 77,974 by 2041. Be a part of their transformational growth! ResponsibilitiesReporting to the CFO, this role will manage, lead and develop a team of 6 finance professionals, ensuring delivery of operational and strategic financial functions, including the meeting of deadlines and key performance indicators.Take responsibility for leading the delivery of best practice accounting and finance services through the effective and efficient management of human, financial and physical resources.Ensure the delivery of financial services is supported by a strategic framework that achieves Council's vision and other higher order strategic documents.Assist with launching various transformation programs, preparing for growth while maintaining a healthy financial position.Support successful business partnerships with Councils Business Units and identify improvements to financial performance.Be guided and motivated by the dynamic executive leadership team. Share in their vision to transform the way of working which will propel the Shire into the future.Ensure effective budget management and financial reporting which meets the shires overall financial and statutory requirements and obligations.Provide oversight of treasury functions including investment of surplus cash funds and loan portfolio management.Drive improvement in finance practices including policy and strategy development, information and database systems, user-friendly reporting, transparency, long term financial plans and business process improvements.Lead and support compliance through internal controls, including policies, procedures and delegations. Requirements Tertiary qualification in Accounting/Finance or relevant discipline and membership of ICAA/CPA desirable, with over 5 years' experience within a similar role.Current Victorian Driver's License.Experience leading the development of strategic finance and/or business plans.Ability to identify issues, analyse and research, problem solve and develop innovative, sensitive and practical solutions and provide strategic advice to complex financial issues.Experience within a Public Sector or Public Service environment is desirable. What we can offerMonthly RDOGenerous working from home arrangementsGMHBA Health Cover availableSocial Club and Staff BenefitsEmployee Assistance Program SupportStrong values with a life/work balanceOpportunity to contribute in making a difference in the lives of the community and staffCompetitive remuneration of $109,043 - $121,844 + super Have a question before applying? Please contact Laura Valente at laura.valente@randstad.com.au Application Closing date: Sunday 31 October 2021*If you are shortlisted to the interview stage, you will be given a copy of the official PD prior. Moorabool Shire Council is proudly committed to: Being a family friendly, equal opportunity employerPromoting the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children under the age of 18Supporting the Human Rights Charter We acknowledge the Indigenous history of Moorabool Shire. The land was traditionally occupied by, and connected to, a number of Aboriginal communities, most notably the Wathaurung Tribe in the south and west, the Djadja Wurrung Tribe in the northern ranges and the Wurundjeri Tribe in the east. In February 2015, the Council formally adopted a Statement of Commitment to Indigenous People.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you looking for a tree change? Do you live in Melbourne's west and would like to work closer to home, but still maintain a professional and rewarding career? Manage a team of 6 direct reports with a clear career development path.Join a municipality on a rapid growth and transformation trajectory.Ongoing, full time role located in the Darley. About Moorabool Shire CouncilAs one of six municipalities in the Central Highlands region, Moorabool Shire provides a welcome change of pace to the hustle and bustle of the city and is just 45km away from Melbourne. Situated at the eastern step of the region, it strikes the perfect balance between enchanting terrain and a vibrant community. Moorbabool shire has a projected population growth from 37,261 in 2021 through to 77,974 by 2041. Be a part of their transformational growth! ResponsibilitiesReporting to the CFO, this role will manage, lead and develop a team of 6 finance professionals, ensuring delivery of operational and strategic financial functions, including the meeting of deadlines and key performance indicators.Take responsibility for leading the delivery of best practice accounting and finance services through the effective and efficient management of human, financial and physical resources.Ensure the delivery of financial services is supported by a strategic framework that achieves Council's vision and other higher order strategic documents.Assist with launching various transformation programs, preparing for growth while maintaining a healthy financial position.Support successful business partnerships with Councils Business Units and identify improvements to financial performance.Be guided and motivated by the dynamic executive leadership team. Share in their vision to transform the way of working which will propel the Shire into the future.Ensure effective budget management and financial reporting which meets the shires overall financial and statutory requirements and obligations.Provide oversight of treasury functions including investment of surplus cash funds and loan portfolio management.Drive improvement in finance practices including policy and strategy development, information and database systems, user-friendly reporting, transparency, long term financial plans and business process improvements.Lead and support compliance through internal controls, including policies, procedures and delegations. Requirements Tertiary qualification in Accounting/Finance or relevant discipline and membership of ICAA/CPA desirable, with over 5 years' experience within a similar role.Current Victorian Driver's License.Experience leading the development of strategic finance and/or business plans.Ability to identify issues, analyse and research, problem solve and develop innovative, sensitive and practical solutions and provide strategic advice to complex financial issues.Experience within a Public Sector or Public Service environment is desirable. What we can offerMonthly RDOGenerous working from home arrangementsGMHBA Health Cover availableSocial Club and Staff BenefitsEmployee Assistance Program SupportStrong values with a life/work balanceOpportunity to contribute in making a difference in the lives of the community and staffCompetitive remuneration of $109,043 - $121,844 + super Have a question before applying? Please contact Laura Valente at laura.valente@randstad.com.au Application Closing date: Sunday 31 October 2021*If you are shortlisted to the interview stage, you will be given a copy of the official PD prior. Moorabool Shire Council is proudly committed to: Being a family friendly, equal opportunity employerPromoting the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children under the age of 18Supporting the Human Rights Charter We acknowledge the Indigenous history of Moorabool Shire. The land was traditionally occupied by, and connected to, a number of Aboriginal communities, most notably the Wathaurung Tribe in the south and west, the Djadja Wurrung Tribe in the northern ranges and the Wurundjeri Tribe in the east. In February 2015, the Council formally adopted a Statement of Commitment to Indigenous People.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$105,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad are delighted to be partnering with a growing Not-For-Profit organisation who drive positive change within the community through their programs and services. They are seeking a Management Accountant to join a supportive and highly collaborative finance team to assist in their organisation’s success. About the OpportunityAs the Management Accountant, you will report to the Financial Controller and provide management reporting to the wider business. Your key responsibilities will include:Preparation of budgets and forecasts, including variance analysis with commentary Providing timely and accurate monthly management reports Management of daily cash flowBusiness partnering with key stakeholders to analyse financial performance against budget and forecastConduct feasibility studies and project scoping, coordinate delivery of finance based projectsKPI analysis and reportingRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and organisationEnsure robust documentation of processes and continuous training and ongoing support at team and organisational levelIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified, preferably starting your career in a big 4/mid tier accounting firm, coupled with industry experienceYou will have high-level communication skills, strong attention to detail and be motivated to make a tangible impact within the organisationExperience in a similar role tasked with budget review, forecasting and producing monthly management reports in a fast paced environment with tight deadlinesDedicated in creating strong working relationships within the organisationPrevious experience in the Not-for-Profit sector will be favourably considered with exposure to TechOne BenefitsSalary packaging CBD location, with flexible working optionsMeaningful contributions to community projects To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ClientRandstad are delighted to be partnering with a growing Not-For-Profit organisation who drive positive change within the community through their programs and services. They are seeking a Management Accountant to join a supportive and highly collaborative finance team to assist in their organisation’s success. About the OpportunityAs the Management Accountant, you will report to the Financial Controller and provide management reporting to the wider business. Your key responsibilities will include:Preparation of budgets and forecasts, including variance analysis with commentary Providing timely and accurate monthly management reports Management of daily cash flowBusiness partnering with key stakeholders to analyse financial performance against budget and forecastConduct feasibility studies and project scoping, coordinate delivery of finance based projectsKPI analysis and reportingRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and organisationEnsure robust documentation of processes and continuous training and ongoing support at team and organisational levelIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified, preferably starting your career in a big 4/mid tier accounting firm, coupled with industry experienceYou will have high-level communication skills, strong attention to detail and be motivated to make a tangible impact within the organisationExperience in a similar role tasked with budget review, forecasting and producing monthly management reports in a fast paced environment with tight deadlinesDedicated in creating strong working relationships within the organisationPrevious experience in the Not-for-Profit sector will be favourably considered with exposure to TechOne BenefitsSalary packaging CBD location, with flexible working optionsMeaningful contributions to community projects To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$119,571 - AU$167,413, per year, + super
      • full-time
      Senior Manager, Finance Business Partnering Join the organisation that inspires Victorians to protect and enjoy our unique natural and cultural heritage. Manage a team of 15 finance managers, analysts and finance officers.Join during an exciting period of growth, where interesting capital projects are underway.Ongoing, full time role located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations. Responsibilities Partnering with Parks Victoria’s senior leaders, this position is responsible for the provision of divisional financial reporting, financial analytics, budget planning and forecasting services to facilitate business decisions and outcomes. Partner with business areas in developing and implementing divisional level financial strategies to enable the organisation’s objectives to be delivered in a financially sustainable manner.Provide strategic financial advice and quality financial reporting to the business/operations areas to facilitate decision making.Promote good financial management and commercial acumen throughout Parks Victoria so that resources and fundings are used appropriately, efficiently and effectively.Work closely with the operations areas to ensure budgets align with the corporate strategy, corporate plan and business plan.Support Parks Victoria divisions to ensure the organisation’s overall financial, legal, statutory and governance requirements are met.Communicate financial and budgetary related messages and concepts effectively with a very wide audience in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Fully understand and evaluate strategic issues, risks and opportunities in order to make decisions that affect Parks Victoria’s operations. RequirementsTertiary qualifications in commerce, accounting, economics or equivalent.Membership of a professional accounting body such as CPA Australia or ICAA.Demonstrated people leadership and team management experiences.Demonstrated strong business partnering skills, with an ability to engage and influence non-finance stakeholders at all levels.Strong analytical and quantitative abilities. Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel and BI tools such as PowerBI. Experience with handling large data sets across disparate data sources.Experience in Oracle Financials and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) would be advantageous.Build and maintain external and internal relationships.Have a strong understanding of Parks Victoria and Government.Contribute to the leadership of Parks Victoria, at a divisional or regional level.Hold a driver’s licence.Ability to travel to regional Victoria offices on an ad-hoc basis. What we offerThe chance to exercise your commercial acumen while gaining the perks and pride that come with working for a government organisation. Ongoing employment.Competitive remuneration of $119,571- $167,413 + super Your application must include:Your current Resume.A cover letter addressing how your experience relates to the role. Have a question before applying? Please contact Laura Valente at laura.valente@randstad.com.au *If you are shortlisted to interview stage, you will be given a copy of the official PD prior. Application Closing date: Sunday 7 November 2021Parks Victoria is committed to child safety and has zero tolerance for child abuse and all forms of harm to children, in accordance with the Victorian Child Safe Standards.Parks Victoria recognises diversity and inclusion is everyone's business. We value a culture where everyone can be themselves at work, regardless of background, orientation, age or gender, that brings out our best, values everyone's contribution and works within a flexible working environment, ultimately reflecting the community we serve.Only people with Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency may apply for this position.Parks Victoria requires all prospective employees to undergo a National Police Record Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Senior Manager, Finance Business Partnering Join the organisation that inspires Victorians to protect and enjoy our unique natural and cultural heritage. Manage a team of 15 finance managers, analysts and finance officers.Join during an exciting period of growth, where interesting capital projects are underway.Ongoing, full time role located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations. Responsibilities Partnering with Parks Victoria’s senior leaders, this position is responsible for the provision of divisional financial reporting, financial analytics, budget planning and forecasting services to facilitate business decisions and outcomes. Partner with business areas in developing and implementing divisional level financial strategies to enable the organisation’s objectives to be delivered in a financially sustainable manner.Provide strategic financial advice and quality financial reporting to the business/operations areas to facilitate decision making.Promote good financial management and commercial acumen throughout Parks Victoria so that resources and fundings are used appropriately, efficiently and effectively.Work closely with the operations areas to ensure budgets align with the corporate strategy, corporate plan and business plan.Support Parks Victoria divisions to ensure the organisation’s overall financial, legal, statutory and governance requirements are met.Communicate financial and budgetary related messages and concepts effectively with a very wide audience in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Fully understand and evaluate strategic issues, risks and opportunities in order to make decisions that affect Parks Victoria’s operations. RequirementsTertiary qualifications in commerce, accounting, economics or equivalent.Membership of a professional accounting body such as CPA Australia or ICAA.Demonstrated people leadership and team management experiences.Demonstrated strong business partnering skills, with an ability to engage and influence non-finance stakeholders at all levels.Strong analytical and quantitative abilities. Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel and BI tools such as PowerBI. Experience with handling large data sets across disparate data sources.Experience in Oracle Financials and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) would be advantageous.Build and maintain external and internal relationships.Have a strong understanding of Parks Victoria and Government.Contribute to the leadership of Parks Victoria, at a divisional or regional level.Hold a driver’s licence.Ability to travel to regional Victoria offices on an ad-hoc basis. What we offerThe chance to exercise your commercial acumen while gaining the perks and pride that come with working for a government organisation. Ongoing employment.Competitive remuneration of $119,571- $167,413 + super Your application must include:Your current Resume.A cover letter addressing how your experience relates to the role. Have a question before applying? Please contact Laura Valente at laura.valente@randstad.com.au *If you are shortlisted to interview stage, you will be given a copy of the official PD prior. Application Closing date: Sunday 7 November 2021Parks Victoria is committed to child safety and has zero tolerance for child abuse and all forms of harm to children, in accordance with the Victorian Child Safe Standards.Parks Victoria recognises diversity and inclusion is everyone's business. We value a culture where everyone can be themselves at work, regardless of background, orientation, age or gender, that brings out our best, values everyone's contribution and works within a flexible working environment, ultimately reflecting the community we serve.Only people with Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency may apply for this position.Parks Victoria requires all prospective employees to undergo a National Police Record Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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