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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Finance Officer to join a rapidly growing family runned corporate business in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. This role involves assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions for the Group including the business & retail parks, and not-for-profit entities. Position: Finance Officer Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary ($75k-$80k Inclusive of super)The Finance Officer must have an understanding of the relationship of sub-ledger to General Ledger, and be proficient in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.Qualification: Minimum of 1 year experienceThe primary focus of this role will be to:Accounts Payable (AP)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Payable, ensure that AP processes are completed efficiently and as accurately as possible, including:• Processing large volumes of supplier invoices in the system.• Ensuring payments to suppliers are made within the timeframes as set by company policy and the Finance Manager.• Accurately reconcile vendor statements to ensure all invoices are processed. • As directed, complete the end of month reconciliation between the general ledger and the AP aged trial balance.• Assist with the monthly processing of corporate credit card expenditure for all entities.Accounts Receivable (AR)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Receivable, assistance with AR related tasks, including:• Raise AR invoices to customers.• Accurate and efficient processing of AR invoices to customers, including promptly responding to customer queries.• Daily imports and exports between Sage (accounting system) and CMS (property system).Other Duties • Share in delivery of cheque and cash receipts to the nearest bank branch, as required.• Provide backup on preparation of daily bank reconciliations. • Fortnightly & ad hoc Reception relief as requested by Manager, Human Resources.• Any other ad-hoc tasks as directed by the Management Team. On occasions, acting as a back-up for:• Monthly reconciliation• Report monthly to management on the status of outstanding debts.• Monthly reconciliation of AR sub-ledgers to general ledgers• Receipting of bank deposits into the AR sub-ledger.• Produce daily Advam (banking transactional data) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records checkShould be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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 currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Finance Officer to join a rapidly growing family runned corporate business in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. This role involves assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions for the Group including the business & retail parks, and not-for-profit entities. Position: Finance Officer Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary ($75k-$80k Inclusive of super)The Finance Officer must have an understanding of the relationship of sub-ledger to General Ledger, and be proficient in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.Qualification: Minimum of 1 year experienceThe primary focus of this role will be to:Accounts Payable (AP)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Payable, ensure that AP processes are completed efficiently and as accurately as possible, including:• Processing large volumes of supplier invoices in the system.• Ensuring payments to suppliers are made within the timeframes as set by company policy and the Finance Manager.• Accurately reconcile vendor statements to ensure all invoices are processed. • As directed, complete the end of month reconciliation between the general ledger and the AP aged trial balance.• Assist with the monthly processing of corporate credit card expenditure for all entities.Accounts Receivable (AR)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Receivable, assistance with AR related tasks, including:• Raise AR invoices to customers.• Accurate and efficient processing of AR invoices to customers, including promptly responding to customer queries.• Daily imports and exports between Sage (accounting system) and CMS (property system).Other Duties • Share in delivery of cheque and cash receipts to the nearest bank branch, as required.• Provide backup on preparation of daily bank reconciliations. • Fortnightly & ad hoc Reception relief as requested by Manager, Human Resources.• Any other ad-hoc tasks as directed by the Management Team. On occasions, acting as a back-up for:• Monthly reconciliation• Report monthly to management on the status of outstanding debts.• Monthly reconciliation of AR sub-ledgers to general ledgers• Receipting of bank deposits into the AR sub-ledger.• Produce daily Advam (banking transactional data) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records checkShould be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000, per year, career development
      • full-time
      *** This position is only for Australian Permanent Residents***We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Senior Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing, one of Canberra's largest private organisations in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. Position: Senior Finance ManagerFull time permanent positionAttractive annual salary (130-150k Inclusive of super) Salary can be negotiated over management and BIG4 experienceReports to: Group Finance ManagerQualification: Minimum 5 Year's experience and CA / CPA (Must)The primary focus of this role will be to: Developing effective relationships with all internal stakeholders and supporting their need for financial information to assist their business decisions and business management.Responsible for the management of accounts payable and accounts receivable finance officers for various group entities.Review monthly management reports, budgets, and associated reports for various group entities.Review monthly management reports and provide commentary on the Aviation business.Assist the Group Finance Manager with the preparation of the company board reports and Family board reports.Update the 20-year financial model to ensure the annual enterprise valuation can be completed and submitted to the banks in the required timeframe.Support the Head of Aviation with commercial analysis, price modeling, and feasibility modeling for negotiations with Airlines and Aviation customers and tenants.Coordinate and manage the following valuations: o Year end investment property valuation o asset valuation – typically every 3 years o land valuation – typically every 3 yearsManage the preparation of annual and half yearly financial reports, and other annual reports requiring audit certification for review by the Group Finance Manager for several entities within the organization.Drive further Development of the accounting systems and reporting to provide meaningful information to the various managers, groups/departments throughout the company.Proactively review systems, processes and responsibilities of the team, driving continual improvement and efficiency's wherever possible. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:Supervision and professional development of up to 6 staff members with respect to the duties and responsibilities.Annual Performance Reviews as well as 1/3/6-month reviews for all new staff throughout the probation period of their employment.Develop, grow and lead the accounting team through positive, approachable and encouraging leadership. Provide advice, guidance and direction where necessary on accounting, efficiency and process improvements to enhance the customer service experience for both internal and external stakeholders.Live and lead by the company values as a role model to the team, build solid and positive relationships internally and externally.Any other ad hoc tasks as directed by the Senior Management Team.BIG4 experience is highly valued for this role. Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check(should be a permanent Resident)Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for a detailed confidential discussion and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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.
      *** This position is only for Australian Permanent Residents***We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Senior Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing, one of Canberra's largest private organisations in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. Position: Senior Finance ManagerFull time permanent positionAttractive annual salary (130-150k Inclusive of super) Salary can be negotiated over management and BIG4 experienceReports to: Group Finance ManagerQualification: Minimum 5 Year's experience and CA / CPA (Must)The primary focus of this role will be to: Developing effective relationships with all internal stakeholders and supporting their need for financial information to assist their business decisions and business management.Responsible for the management of accounts payable and accounts receivable finance officers for various group entities.Review monthly management reports, budgets, and associated reports for various group entities.Review monthly management reports and provide commentary on the Aviation business.Assist the Group Finance Manager with the preparation of the company board reports and Family board reports.Update the 20-year financial model to ensure the annual enterprise valuation can be completed and submitted to the banks in the required timeframe.Support the Head of Aviation with commercial analysis, price modeling, and feasibility modeling for negotiations with Airlines and Aviation customers and tenants.Coordinate and manage the following valuations: o Year end investment property valuation o asset valuation – typically every 3 years o land valuation – typically every 3 yearsManage the preparation of annual and half yearly financial reports, and other annual reports requiring audit certification for review by the Group Finance Manager for several entities within the organization.Drive further Development of the accounting systems and reporting to provide meaningful information to the various managers, groups/departments throughout the company.Proactively review systems, processes and responsibilities of the team, driving continual improvement and efficiency's wherever possible. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:Supervision and professional development of up to 6 staff members with respect to the duties and responsibilities.Annual Performance Reviews as well as 1/3/6-month reviews for all new staff throughout the probation period of their employment.Develop, grow and lead the accounting team through positive, approachable and encouraging leadership. Provide advice, guidance and direction where necessary on accounting, efficiency and process improvements to enhance the customer service experience for both internal and external stakeholders.Live and lead by the company values as a role model to the team, build solid and positive relationships internally and externally.Any other ad hoc tasks as directed by the Senior Management Team.BIG4 experience is highly valued for this role. Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check(should be a permanent Resident)Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for a detailed confidential discussion and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000 per year
      • full-time
      An opportunity has become available for a Senior Finance Officer to join one of biggest construction companies in ACT , with massive projects on board and so to support their group finance function. Position: Senior Finance OfficerJob Type: Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary: (80k-90k + super)Qualification: Minimum 2 Year's experience as finance officer and pursuing CA / CPA- preferred Immediate start availablePrimary responsibilities will include:Managing daily financial records and receiptsLoading payments up on the Group’s banking systemsBank and loan reconciliations Assist in the preparation of monthly financial and management reportingReconciliation of transactions, profit and loss accounts and balance sheet itemsAssist with completing commission calculations and other support service-related tasksSupporting the FC with financial related projects and tasks when requiredSkills & ExperienceTertiary qualifications in Finance and studying towards CA/CPA Demonstrated experience (at least 2 years) in a similar role Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word and Outlook) and experience using a computerised purchasing/payment system.High attention to detail with well-developed proof reading and accurate data entry skillsA strong sense of urgency and the ability to prioritise workloads effectivelyAble to engage and build relationships with stakeholders Sound written, verbal, listening, presentational and interpersonal communication skills;Sound judgement, interpretative skills , problem solving and informed decision makingBenefitsOpportunity for growth and development within a supportive finance teamDiscounted rates on overnight accommodation / food and beverage across Iconic Hotels portfolioHealth and wellbeing programs and discounted gym membershipsContinuous in-house training and career development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you hit APPLY and i will take you to fuether steps ahead.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.
      An opportunity has become available for a Senior Finance Officer to join one of biggest construction companies in ACT , with massive projects on board and so to support their group finance function. Position: Senior Finance OfficerJob Type: Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary: (80k-90k + super)Qualification: Minimum 2 Year's experience as finance officer and pursuing CA / CPA- preferred Immediate start availablePrimary responsibilities will include:Managing daily financial records and receiptsLoading payments up on the Group’s banking systemsBank and loan reconciliations Assist in the preparation of monthly financial and management reportingReconciliation of transactions, profit and loss accounts and balance sheet itemsAssist with completing commission calculations and other support service-related tasksSupporting the FC with financial related projects and tasks when requiredSkills & ExperienceTertiary qualifications in Finance and studying towards CA/CPA Demonstrated experience (at least 2 years) in a similar role Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word and Outlook) and experience using a computerised purchasing/payment system.High attention to detail with well-developed proof reading and accurate data entry skillsA strong sense of urgency and the ability to prioritise workloads effectivelyAble to engage and build relationships with stakeholders Sound written, verbal, listening, presentational and interpersonal communication skills;Sound judgement, interpretative skills , problem solving and informed decision makingBenefitsOpportunity for growth and development within a supportive finance teamDiscounted rates on overnight accommodation / food and beverage across Iconic Hotels portfolioHealth and wellbeing programs and discounted gym membershipsContinuous in-house training and career development opportunitiesIf this sounds like you hit APPLY and i will take you to fuether steps ahead.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      Position: AccountantFull time permanent positionImmediate start availableAttractive annual salary (90-100k inclusive of super)Reports to:Manager AccountingQualification: Minimum 3 Year's experience and CA / CPA- preferred ( studing/ completed )The primary focus of this role will be to:1. All accounting requirements in a timely manner for various entities including but not limited to: • Checking of coding and descriptions of accounts payable invoices in Red-map along with authorisation of payment batches; • Monthly management financial reports; • Monthly cash flow reconciliations; • Analysis of financial, accounting and other data; • Monthly reconciliations of all balance sheet items, as directed; • Preparation of monthly BAS’s; • Preparation of the annual budget and other forecasts; • Maintain asset registers; • Invoicing of any revenue or expense recoveries; • Preparation of quarterly surveys for Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS); • Year-end financial reporting requirements as scheduled by the Manager – Accounting, Family Office, such as reconciliation of various accounts, preparation of financial and liaising with the auditors. 2. Support the Manager – Finance & Tax with banking and debt administration, such as: • Borrowing costs allocation and reconciliation; • Bank account administration;• Corporate card administration. 3. Backup for preparation of daily bank reconciliations. 4. Backup for accounts payable processes for other entities. 5. Any other ad hoc tasks as required by the Management team.Position Attributes: Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to advise management regarding financial mattersDemonstrate integrity and a high standard of ethicsProactive Ambitious and a team player You will need to positively follow the company values to ensure the culture is maintained (highly desirable) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check( Permanent Resident )Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for confidential discussion,and we will take you to the further steps ahead.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.
      Position: AccountantFull time permanent positionImmediate start availableAttractive annual salary (90-100k inclusive of super)Reports to:Manager AccountingQualification: Minimum 3 Year's experience and CA / CPA- preferred ( studing/ completed )The primary focus of this role will be to:1. All accounting requirements in a timely manner for various entities including but not limited to: • Checking of coding and descriptions of accounts payable invoices in Red-map along with authorisation of payment batches; • Monthly management financial reports; • Monthly cash flow reconciliations; • Analysis of financial, accounting and other data; • Monthly reconciliations of all balance sheet items, as directed; • Preparation of monthly BAS’s; • Preparation of the annual budget and other forecasts; • Maintain asset registers; • Invoicing of any revenue or expense recoveries; • Preparation of quarterly surveys for Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS); • Year-end financial reporting requirements as scheduled by the Manager – Accounting, Family Office, such as reconciliation of various accounts, preparation of financial and liaising with the auditors. 2. Support the Manager – Finance & Tax with banking and debt administration, such as: • Borrowing costs allocation and reconciliation; • Bank account administration;• Corporate card administration. 3. Backup for preparation of daily bank reconciliations. 4. Backup for accounts payable processes for other entities. 5. Any other ad hoc tasks as required by the Management team.Position Attributes: Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to advise management regarding financial mattersDemonstrate integrity and a high standard of ethicsProactive Ambitious and a team player You will need to positively follow the company values to ensure the culture is maintained (highly desirable) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check( Permanent Resident )Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for confidential discussion,and we will take you to the further steps ahead.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Head of Design and DeliveryRandstad have teamed up with the Bravery Trust to recruit a very exciting and unique role. Bravery Trust is an organisation that has a large impact on the veteran community and wider Australia, they change lives by ensuring that injured veterans and their families do not suffer as a consequence of their service. Bravery Trust provides emergency support and assistance in a time of need. About your new roleReporting to and working alongside the CEO, in a leadership, strategic co-ordinator position, this role will allow your entrepreneurship and collaborative skills to flourish. Develop and manage teams across all three strategic priorities for financial welfare, financial empowerment, and financial literacyBuild new services for financial literacy that are complementary of our financial welfare and financial counselling servicesScale up our veteran specific financial counselling service Build on our Theory of Change and existing impact-based reporting frameworkPolicy development, aligning with the development and scalability of servicesStakeholder engagement across a wide range of stakeholders including ex-service, community service, and financial counselling organisationsStaff management, delegating tasks to employees, on-boarding new employees, and conducting performance reviewsRisk analysis and mitigation, analysing business processes to identify potential challenges and creating strategies that reduce risks to important processes Financial and budget management, reviewing monthly BVA, analysing financial information, and assisting finance team in preparing budgets & forecast and filing important financial reports. What you will need to exceedThis role requires a unique individual with management, planning and development skills to step in. One who is extremely empathic and has strong emotional intelligence skills with an outlook to enhance community development. Understands and is compassionate about those who are or have experienced hardshipAt least 5 years’ leadership experience in multidisciplinary or integrated practices and demonstrating fundamental people and cultural skills and can achieve this in a face to face and virtual environment Demonstrated track record in a similar management capacity or, as a developing and high achieving professional, with an appetite for professional and personal growthA team player possessing high-level emotional intelligence and inspires teams to achieve their bestPolicy and business development, based on strategic direction and coordinationInvolvement in social impact, including impact reporting and the value of data to drive future organisational decisions and funding opportunities Strong project management and time management skillsSolid foundations in relationship management and stakeholder engagement Understanding of government funding and the ability to work alongside the CEO and the executive team in future funding arrangementsAn understanding of the veteran community is a bonusStrong planning and development skills with proven experience leading a team What you will get in returnThis role is an exceptionally rewarding one, allowing you to actively help vulnerable individuals and service the wider veteran community.Flexible working arrangement with the opportunity to work from home Access to generous not-for-profit salary packagingThe opportunity to expand your network and be part of a growing not for profit Working in a small, friendly professional teamFurther professional development opportunitiesBe a support network for vulnerable individuals with mental health and financial difficulty Have a positive impact on veterans and their families who have been affected by service Your new company Bravery Trust is a unique organisation with a strong mission statement and passion for helping individuals. They service the community by ensuring that veterans and their families don't suffer financially as a result of injury or illness sustained during service. Bravery Trust takes mental health seriously. On a day to day basis, they take numerous amount of calls to help veterans and their families. Some services offered by Bravery Trust include:Financial assistanceFinancial counselingConnecting veterans and families with relevant services neededSince launching in 2012, Bravery Trust currently has more than 5585 veterans and their families supported and $6,825,250 in financial support. Be a part of an organisation that engages with individuals on a daily basis to learn about their unique stories and provide them with respect and support. Be a part of an organisation that makes a difference! Next stepsIf you are interested in applying, please press ‘apply’ or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@randstad.com.au*Please note, we will accept applicants from VIC, NSW and ACT. 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.
      Head of Design and DeliveryRandstad have teamed up with the Bravery Trust to recruit a very exciting and unique role. Bravery Trust is an organisation that has a large impact on the veteran community and wider Australia, they change lives by ensuring that injured veterans and their families do not suffer as a consequence of their service. Bravery Trust provides emergency support and assistance in a time of need. About your new roleReporting to and working alongside the CEO, in a leadership, strategic co-ordinator position, this role will allow your entrepreneurship and collaborative skills to flourish. Develop and manage teams across all three strategic priorities for financial welfare, financial empowerment, and financial literacyBuild new services for financial literacy that are complementary of our financial welfare and financial counselling servicesScale up our veteran specific financial counselling service Build on our Theory of Change and existing impact-based reporting frameworkPolicy development, aligning with the development and scalability of servicesStakeholder engagement across a wide range of stakeholders including ex-service, community service, and financial counselling organisationsStaff management, delegating tasks to employees, on-boarding new employees, and conducting performance reviewsRisk analysis and mitigation, analysing business processes to identify potential challenges and creating strategies that reduce risks to important processes Financial and budget management, reviewing monthly BVA, analysing financial information, and assisting finance team in preparing budgets & forecast and filing important financial reports. What you will need to exceedThis role requires a unique individual with management, planning and development skills to step in. One who is extremely empathic and has strong emotional intelligence skills with an outlook to enhance community development. Understands and is compassionate about those who are or have experienced hardshipAt least 5 years’ leadership experience in multidisciplinary or integrated practices and demonstrating fundamental people and cultural skills and can achieve this in a face to face and virtual environment Demonstrated track record in a similar management capacity or, as a developing and high achieving professional, with an appetite for professional and personal growthA team player possessing high-level emotional intelligence and inspires teams to achieve their bestPolicy and business development, based on strategic direction and coordinationInvolvement in social impact, including impact reporting and the value of data to drive future organisational decisions and funding opportunities Strong project management and time management skillsSolid foundations in relationship management and stakeholder engagement Understanding of government funding and the ability to work alongside the CEO and the executive team in future funding arrangementsAn understanding of the veteran community is a bonusStrong planning and development skills with proven experience leading a team What you will get in returnThis role is an exceptionally rewarding one, allowing you to actively help vulnerable individuals and service the wider veteran community.Flexible working arrangement with the opportunity to work from home Access to generous not-for-profit salary packagingThe opportunity to expand your network and be part of a growing not for profit Working in a small, friendly professional teamFurther professional development opportunitiesBe a support network for vulnerable individuals with mental health and financial difficulty Have a positive impact on veterans and their families who have been affected by service Your new company Bravery Trust is a unique organisation with a strong mission statement and passion for helping individuals. They service the community by ensuring that veterans and their families don't suffer financially as a result of injury or illness sustained during service. Bravery Trust takes mental health seriously. On a day to day basis, they take numerous amount of calls to help veterans and their families. Some services offered by Bravery Trust include:Financial assistanceFinancial counselingConnecting veterans and families with relevant services neededSince launching in 2012, Bravery Trust currently has more than 5585 veterans and their families supported and $6,825,250 in financial support. Be a part of an organisation that engages with individuals on a daily basis to learn about their unique stories and provide them with respect and support. Be a part of an organisation that makes a difference! Next stepsIf you are interested in applying, please press ‘apply’ or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@randstad.com.au*Please note, we will accept applicants from VIC, NSW and ACT. 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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