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      • chatswood, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$110,000, per year, super + company benefits + WFH
      • full-time
      This is an exciting new standalone Payroll Manager opportunity for an experienced payroll candidate to lead the payroll division within a growing international manufacturing / distribution organisation. This role reports into an experienced and supportive Financial Controller and is further supported by the HR team. You will be processing pay for apps. 300 staff members across AUS & NZ (using Preceda) and will take the lead on any payroll related projects / system implementations and upgrades. This role offers hybrid working options such as split time working from home and the office based in Chatswood. Key responsibilities: End to end payroll processing on weekly, fortnightly and monthly basis, ensuring accuracy and running reports. Maintenance and upkeep of the systems e.g. Preceda. Ensuring compliance with relevant awards and staying abreast of new legislation. Month end closing process, including preparation and payment of payroll tax, superannuation and monthly deductions, reconciliation of GL accounts, preparation of reports, etc.Payroll year-end closing process, e.g. STP final statements, annual reconciliations for payroll tax and group tax, etc. Policy maintenance and compliance.Workers compensation management.Assisting with some HR duties including creation of employment contracts, payroll compliance reports, etc.Preferred Payroll experience and skills:5+ years of end to end payroll processing. Experience processing AUS & NZ payroll would be preferred but not essential.Ideally has worked with Preceda but not essential to the role.Experience with payroll projects e.g. streamlining processes and new system implementation would be beneficial. Knowledge and ability to interpret industry awards.Excellent attention to detail. Ability to work closely and collaboratively with the Accounting and HR teams. Excellent customer service skills when dealing with stakeholder queries. 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 is an exciting new standalone Payroll Manager opportunity for an experienced payroll candidate to lead the payroll division within a growing international manufacturing / distribution organisation. This role reports into an experienced and supportive Financial Controller and is further supported by the HR team. You will be processing pay for apps. 300 staff members across AUS & NZ (using Preceda) and will take the lead on any payroll related projects / system implementations and upgrades. This role offers hybrid working options such as split time working from home and the office based in Chatswood. Key responsibilities: End to end payroll processing on weekly, fortnightly and monthly basis, ensuring accuracy and running reports. Maintenance and upkeep of the systems e.g. Preceda. Ensuring compliance with relevant awards and staying abreast of new legislation. Month end closing process, including preparation and payment of payroll tax, superannuation and monthly deductions, reconciliation of GL accounts, preparation of reports, etc.Payroll year-end closing process, e.g. STP final statements, annual reconciliations for payroll tax and group tax, etc. Policy maintenance and compliance.Workers compensation management.Assisting with some HR duties including creation of employment contracts, payroll compliance reports, etc.Preferred Payroll experience and skills:5+ years of end to end payroll processing. Experience processing AUS & NZ payroll would be preferred but not essential.Ideally has worked with Preceda but not essential to the role.Experience with payroll projects e.g. streamlining processes and new system implementation would be beneficial. Knowledge and ability to interpret industry awards.Excellent attention to detail. Ability to work closely and collaboratively with the Accounting and HR teams. Excellent customer service skills when dealing with stakeholder queries. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000, per year, Attractive package
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with a leading global technology company located in Moorebank. They are looking for a Project Accountant to join the team. Who will provide financial and controlling expertise to the organisation by compiling and analysing metrics, identifying trends and problems, communicating information to relevant groups, and recommending actions to improve financial performance of a specific product groups for Electrification Distribution Solution business in Moorebank, Australia.Reporting to Local Divisional Controller, you will also offer support to the project managers in all financial and commercial matters and actively drive the project performance for Electrification Distribution Solution business.They are looking for a Project Accountant who will:Perform month end activities, prepare financial reports, budgets and forecast and validate accuracy of financial data.Provide input to the project execution plan on financial aspects. Drive and seek for optimisation of Project CashflowRevenues and GM contribution including opportunity/risk identification, claim management, back-charges and, monitor that all required mitigation together with Project Director.Optimise own performance to increase productivity by developing automated solutions.Drive appropriate cost structure, productivity optimisation, and capital efficiency.Manages and closely monitors the cash flow and takes action to improve Net Working Capital. Special focus area includes service profitability, service costing, hourly rates, over/under absorption analysis.Ensure transparency in financial reporting and disclosures. Define and implement internal controls regarding financial and non-financial operations.Ensure compliance with corporate and country standards, regulations, and guidelines. Supports internal and external audits.Ensure timely and efficient communication with Local Controller, Accounting Centre, and other internal customers to identify and discuss issues for improvement of operations, work quality and efficiency for area of responsibility.They are looking for a Project Accountant with the following skills:SAP system experienceDegree in Finance with CPA/CIMA fully qualified.Minimum 5 years of experience in an accounting role preferably in a complex, multi-product line/group environment withProject experience.Working within a fast-paced Service environment would be preferred.The ability to work in a tight deadline driven environment.Outstanding attention to detail, accuracy, and multi-taskingIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with a leading global technology company located in Moorebank. They are looking for a Project Accountant to join the team. Who will provide financial and controlling expertise to the organisation by compiling and analysing metrics, identifying trends and problems, communicating information to relevant groups, and recommending actions to improve financial performance of a specific product groups for Electrification Distribution Solution business in Moorebank, Australia.Reporting to Local Divisional Controller, you will also offer support to the project managers in all financial and commercial matters and actively drive the project performance for Electrification Distribution Solution business.They are looking for a Project Accountant who will:Perform month end activities, prepare financial reports, budgets and forecast and validate accuracy of financial data.Provide input to the project execution plan on financial aspects. Drive and seek for optimisation of Project CashflowRevenues and GM contribution including opportunity/risk identification, claim management, back-charges and, monitor that all required mitigation together with Project Director.Optimise own performance to increase productivity by developing automated solutions.Drive appropriate cost structure, productivity optimisation, and capital efficiency.Manages and closely monitors the cash flow and takes action to improve Net Working Capital. Special focus area includes service profitability, service costing, hourly rates, over/under absorption analysis.Ensure transparency in financial reporting and disclosures. Define and implement internal controls regarding financial and non-financial operations.Ensure compliance with corporate and country standards, regulations, and guidelines. Supports internal and external audits.Ensure timely and efficient communication with Local Controller, Accounting Centre, and other internal customers to identify and discuss issues for improvement of operations, work quality and efficiency for area of responsibility.They are looking for a Project Accountant with the following skills:SAP system experienceDegree in Finance with CPA/CIMA fully qualified.Minimum 5 years of experience in an accounting role preferably in a complex, multi-product line/group environment withProject experience.Working within a fast-paced Service environment would be preferred.The ability to work in a tight deadline driven environment.Outstanding attention to detail, accuracy, and multi-taskingIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000, per year, Attractive package
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with a leading global technology company located in Moorebank. They are looking for a Project Controller to join the team. Who will provide financial and controlling expertise to the organisation by compiling and analysing metrics, identifying trends and problems, communicating information to relevant groups, and recommending actions to improve financial performance of a specific product groups for Electrification Distribution Solution business in Moorebank, Australia.Reporting to Local Divisional Controller, you will also offer support to the project managers in all financial and commercial matters and actively drive the project performance for Electrification Distribution Solution business.They are looking for a Project Controller who will:Perform month end activities, prepare financial reports, budgets and forecast and validate accuracy of financial data.Provide input to the project execution plan on financial aspects. Drive and seek for optimisation of Project CashflowRevenues and GM contribution including opportunity/risk identification, claim management, back-charges and, monitor that all required mitigation together with Project Director.Optimise own performance to increase productivity by developing automated solutions.Drive appropriate cost structure, productivity optimisation, and capital efficiency.Manages and closely monitors the cash flow and takes action to improve Net Working Capital. Special focus area includes service profitability, service costing, hourly rates, over/under absorption analysis.Ensure transparency in financial reporting and disclosures. Define and implement internal controls regarding financial and non-financial operations.Ensure compliance with corporate and country standards, regulations, and guidelines. Supports internal and external audits.Ensure timely and efficient communication with Local Controller, Accounting Centre, and other internal customers to identify and discuss issues for improvement of operations, work quality and efficiency for area of responsibility.They are looking for someone who:Degree in Finance with CPA/CIMA fully qualified.SAP system experience including PS /SD Modules.Minimum 5 years of experience in an accounting role preferably in a complex, multi-product line/group environment withProject experience.Working within a fast-paced Service environment would be preferred.The ability to work in a tight deadline driven environment.Outstanding attention to detail, accuracy, and multi-taskingIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with a leading global technology company located in Moorebank. They are looking for a Project Controller to join the team. Who will provide financial and controlling expertise to the organisation by compiling and analysing metrics, identifying trends and problems, communicating information to relevant groups, and recommending actions to improve financial performance of a specific product groups for Electrification Distribution Solution business in Moorebank, Australia.Reporting to Local Divisional Controller, you will also offer support to the project managers in all financial and commercial matters and actively drive the project performance for Electrification Distribution Solution business.They are looking for a Project Controller who will:Perform month end activities, prepare financial reports, budgets and forecast and validate accuracy of financial data.Provide input to the project execution plan on financial aspects. Drive and seek for optimisation of Project CashflowRevenues and GM contribution including opportunity/risk identification, claim management, back-charges and, monitor that all required mitigation together with Project Director.Optimise own performance to increase productivity by developing automated solutions.Drive appropriate cost structure, productivity optimisation, and capital efficiency.Manages and closely monitors the cash flow and takes action to improve Net Working Capital. Special focus area includes service profitability, service costing, hourly rates, over/under absorption analysis.Ensure transparency in financial reporting and disclosures. Define and implement internal controls regarding financial and non-financial operations.Ensure compliance with corporate and country standards, regulations, and guidelines. Supports internal and external audits.Ensure timely and efficient communication with Local Controller, Accounting Centre, and other internal customers to identify and discuss issues for improvement of operations, work quality and efficiency for area of responsibility.They are looking for someone who:Degree in Finance with CPA/CIMA fully qualified.SAP system experience including PS /SD Modules.Minimum 5 years of experience in an accounting role preferably in a complex, multi-product line/group environment withProject experience.Working within a fast-paced Service environment would be preferred.The ability to work in a tight deadline driven environment.Outstanding attention to detail, accuracy, and multi-taskingIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$81,000, per year, Attractive package
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with an 100% Australian Owned and Operated Company employing over 250 staff across QLD, NSW and Victoria and one of the largest independently owned cheese processors in the country. They are looking for a Purchasing Officer to join the team based in Greenacre. Duties includeRaising purchase orders on timeMaintain control over all purchasing and expediting, as required.Communicating efficiently and in a timely manner with Accounts, Suppliers and other internal teamsEstablish and maintain strong relationships with all internal and external stakeholdersOffice administration - reporting and other ad hoc requests such as data consolidationEvaluate suppliers and work with them to ensure their ability to supply the Goods and Services are met.Identify and recommend opportunities for process improvement in Purchasing, cost reduction and qualityInspect invoices and troubleshoot with Purchasing and Finance staff to ensure incorrect payments, credits, payment terms, and duplicate billings are kept to a minimum.Solve problems and troubleshoot over supplies, shortages, damages, and non-conformances.Implement new strategies, make recommendations, and assist with developing procurement procedures.Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory requirements as well as company policies and proceduresTo be considered for this opportunity, you must have;Experience in a similar roleStrong Computer literacy and Excel skillsMeticulous attention to detailAbility to work independently and in a team environmentIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with an 100% Australian Owned and Operated Company employing over 250 staff across QLD, NSW and Victoria and one of the largest independently owned cheese processors in the country. They are looking for a Purchasing Officer to join the team based in Greenacre. Duties includeRaising purchase orders on timeMaintain control over all purchasing and expediting, as required.Communicating efficiently and in a timely manner with Accounts, Suppliers and other internal teamsEstablish and maintain strong relationships with all internal and external stakeholdersOffice administration - reporting and other ad hoc requests such as data consolidationEvaluate suppliers and work with them to ensure their ability to supply the Goods and Services are met.Identify and recommend opportunities for process improvement in Purchasing, cost reduction and qualityInspect invoices and troubleshoot with Purchasing and Finance staff to ensure incorrect payments, credits, payment terms, and duplicate billings are kept to a minimum.Solve problems and troubleshoot over supplies, shortages, damages, and non-conformances.Implement new strategies, make recommendations, and assist with developing procurement procedures.Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory requirements as well as company policies and proceduresTo be considered for this opportunity, you must have;Experience in a similar roleStrong Computer literacy and Excel skillsMeticulous attention to detailAbility to work independently and in a team environmentIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$70,000, per year, Parking Available + WFH flexibility
      • full-time
      Your New Company/Role:As an established and reputable financial services organization that uses SAP, my client is looking for a Finance Officer/Finance Operations Representative to join their growing team. This is a 18 months fixed term contract position (subject to permanency with endless internal opportunities). This is a great opportunity for someone who has great exposure in end to end Accounts Payable. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Your primary focus will be to perform daily reconciliations whilst performing mainly AP duties. Reporting directly to the Finance Operations Team Leader who is nurturing, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to: End - to - end Accounts Payable dutiesAttend to Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable (some) queries promptly and escalate any issues appropriatelyCheque receipting and allocationsDaily reconciliation and resolving issues within agreed time frames for APProcessing bank deposit/cheques allocations accuratelyPrepare payment batches as required to meet determined payment terms/refundsAP duties - data entry & processing EFT paymentsEnsuring payments are authorised in accordance with delegation authorityMaintaining the Master Vendor/Supplier databaseTreasury back office settlementsResolve internal and external customer issuesImplement continuous improvements Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has intermediate accounting knowledge within an accounting background. You will also bring:Tertiary qualification in Accounting/Finance or similar work experience is consideredPrior experience in solid Accounts Payable (minimum 1.5 years and more) Ability to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityEager to learn and great attention to detailTeam player and collaborativeIntermediate Excel proficiency - Pivot tables, VlookupsExperience in SAP and Coupa P2P (highly desirable but not mandatory)Strong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersMust have valid visa - Permanent Residents and Citizens highly encouraged to apply (if 485 must be valid for the next 18 months) - (bridging visa will not be accepted) Benefits $65,000 - $70,000 (package) per yearSt Leonards location for convenienceGreat training and onboarding structureWork From Home flexibilities Team culture that is supportive, helpful and nurturingParking available If you have the required skills and mindset needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, reach out at nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to explore other opportunities.*Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications*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.
      Your New Company/Role:As an established and reputable financial services organization that uses SAP, my client is looking for a Finance Officer/Finance Operations Representative to join their growing team. This is a 18 months fixed term contract position (subject to permanency with endless internal opportunities). This is a great opportunity for someone who has great exposure in end to end Accounts Payable. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Your primary focus will be to perform daily reconciliations whilst performing mainly AP duties. Reporting directly to the Finance Operations Team Leader who is nurturing, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to: End - to - end Accounts Payable dutiesAttend to Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable (some) queries promptly and escalate any issues appropriatelyCheque receipting and allocationsDaily reconciliation and resolving issues within agreed time frames for APProcessing bank deposit/cheques allocations accuratelyPrepare payment batches as required to meet determined payment terms/refundsAP duties - data entry & processing EFT paymentsEnsuring payments are authorised in accordance with delegation authorityMaintaining the Master Vendor/Supplier databaseTreasury back office settlementsResolve internal and external customer issuesImplement continuous improvements Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has intermediate accounting knowledge within an accounting background. You will also bring:Tertiary qualification in Accounting/Finance or similar work experience is consideredPrior experience in solid Accounts Payable (minimum 1.5 years and more) Ability to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityEager to learn and great attention to detailTeam player and collaborativeIntermediate Excel proficiency - Pivot tables, VlookupsExperience in SAP and Coupa P2P (highly desirable but not mandatory)Strong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersMust have valid visa - Permanent Residents and Citizens highly encouraged to apply (if 485 must be valid for the next 18 months) - (bridging visa will not be accepted) Benefits $65,000 - $70,000 (package) per yearSt Leonards location for convenienceGreat training and onboarding structureWork From Home flexibilities Team culture that is supportive, helpful and nurturingParking available If you have the required skills and mindset needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, reach out at nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to explore other opportunities.*Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications*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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$81,000, per year, Attractive package
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with an 100% Australian Owned and Operated Company employing over 250 staff across QLD, NSW and Victoria and one of the largest independently owned cheese processors in the country. They are looking for a Purchasing Officer to join the team based in Greenacre. Duties includeRaising purchase orders on timeMaintain control over all purchasing and expediting, as required.Communicating efficiently and in a timely manner with Accounts, Suppliers and other internal teamsEstablish and maintain strong relationships with all internal and external stakeholdersOffice administration - reporting and other ad hoc requests such as data consolidationEvaluate suppliers and work with them to ensure their ability to supply the Goods and Services are met.Identify and recommend opportunities for process improvement in Purchasing, cost reduction and qualityInspect invoices and troubleshoot with Purchasing and Finance staff to ensure incorrect payments, credits, payment terms, and duplicate billings are kept to a minimum.Solve problems and troubleshoot over supplies, shortages, damages, and non-conformances.Implement new strategies, make recommendations, and assist with developing procurement procedures.Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory requirements as well as company policies and proceduresTo be considered for this opportunity, you must have;Experience in a similar roleStrong Computer literacy and Excel skillsMeticulous attention to detailAbility to work independently and in a team environmentIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with an 100% Australian Owned and Operated Company employing over 250 staff across QLD, NSW and Victoria and one of the largest independently owned cheese processors in the country. They are looking for a Purchasing Officer to join the team based in Greenacre. Duties includeRaising purchase orders on timeMaintain control over all purchasing and expediting, as required.Communicating efficiently and in a timely manner with Accounts, Suppliers and other internal teamsEstablish and maintain strong relationships with all internal and external stakeholdersOffice administration - reporting and other ad hoc requests such as data consolidationEvaluate suppliers and work with them to ensure their ability to supply the Goods and Services are met.Identify and recommend opportunities for process improvement in Purchasing, cost reduction and qualityInspect invoices and troubleshoot with Purchasing and Finance staff to ensure incorrect payments, credits, payment terms, and duplicate billings are kept to a minimum.Solve problems and troubleshoot over supplies, shortages, damages, and non-conformances.Implement new strategies, make recommendations, and assist with developing procurement procedures.Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory requirements as well as company policies and proceduresTo be considered for this opportunity, you must have;Experience in a similar roleStrong Computer literacy and Excel skillsMeticulous attention to detailAbility to work independently and in a team environmentIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      Your New Company/Role:As an established market leader in the manufacturing industry - my client is looking for an Assistant Accountant to join their growing team, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time position based in Yellow Rock NSW 2777; for the right candidate who is eager to grow in their career as well as to work with large customers like Bunnings, Coles, Aldi, Woolworths, etc. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Reporting directly to the Financial Controller who is nurturing and encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Performing reconciliations of Balance Sheet accounts monthly and yearlyFinalising the General Ledger monthly - full ownership of GLPreparing BAS/GST returnsFinalising month end and year end dutiesPreparation of Financial StatementsResponsible for Cash flow management/preparation of cash flow statementsProcessing general journals and standing journals - monthlyManagement of contract and leases registersInventory control - monthly stocktakesChecking paymentsBank statement reconciliationsRoyalty reportingPetty cash managementMonthly asset/depreciation summariesMaintaining of Fixed Asset RegistersAssisting in budgeting and forecastingWorking closely with AP OfficerSupporting the Financial Controller as and when required Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has past experience as an Assistant Accountant and is eager to fast track their career within a short period of time. You will also bring:Bachelor of Business, Accounting, Finance or similar area/experienceAt least 2 years and above experience in similar roleExposure to working in a perishable goods sector or FMCG environment would be desirableExperience using Pronto or other ERP systems is also welcomedIntermediate Microsoft Office/Excel proficiencyExcellent attention to detailStrong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersWillingness to learn and ambitiousFull working rights in Australia Benefits$65,000 - $80,000 + Super (based on experience)Yellow Rock NSW 2777 location Great team culture and friendly environment, a leader who is looking to mentor and provide full support in career developmentGreat opportunity to speed up career progressionTo be based in the office; no Work From Home option If you have the required skills and experience needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, reach out at nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to explore other opportunities.*Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications*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.
      Your New Company/Role:As an established market leader in the manufacturing industry - my client is looking for an Assistant Accountant to join their growing team, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time position based in Yellow Rock NSW 2777; for the right candidate who is eager to grow in their career as well as to work with large customers like Bunnings, Coles, Aldi, Woolworths, etc. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Reporting directly to the Financial Controller who is nurturing and encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Performing reconciliations of Balance Sheet accounts monthly and yearlyFinalising the General Ledger monthly - full ownership of GLPreparing BAS/GST returnsFinalising month end and year end dutiesPreparation of Financial StatementsResponsible for Cash flow management/preparation of cash flow statementsProcessing general journals and standing journals - monthlyManagement of contract and leases registersInventory control - monthly stocktakesChecking paymentsBank statement reconciliationsRoyalty reportingPetty cash managementMonthly asset/depreciation summariesMaintaining of Fixed Asset RegistersAssisting in budgeting and forecastingWorking closely with AP OfficerSupporting the Financial Controller as and when required Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has past experience as an Assistant Accountant and is eager to fast track their career within a short period of time. You will also bring:Bachelor of Business, Accounting, Finance or similar area/experienceAt least 2 years and above experience in similar roleExposure to working in a perishable goods sector or FMCG environment would be desirableExperience using Pronto or other ERP systems is also welcomedIntermediate Microsoft Office/Excel proficiencyExcellent attention to detailStrong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersWillingness to learn and ambitiousFull working rights in Australia Benefits$65,000 - $80,000 + Super (based on experience)Yellow Rock NSW 2777 location Great team culture and friendly environment, a leader who is looking to mentor and provide full support in career developmentGreat opportunity to speed up career progressionTo be based in the office; no Work From Home option If you have the required skills and experience needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, reach out at nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to explore other opportunities.*Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications*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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with a reputable university located in Sydney. They are looking for a Commercial Sourcing Specialist to join the team. The Commercial Sourcing Specialist is responsible for the provision of analytical support across multiple category portfolios in support of the implementation of category/portfolio strategies and sourcing strategies and the provision of advice, reporting and analysis to the broader Procurement Service function.This position works under general direction and makes decisions on the completion of daily tasks related to functions of the office and their key accountabilities. The incumbent is expected to exercise initiative and judgement in coordinating multiple activities concurrently on projects or business as usual tasks, and resolving complex issues associated with procurement related analysis and reporting. Problems that cannot be resolved and are outside the scope of their key accountabilities are referred to the Associate Director or more senior colleagues.This position will use professional know-how and judgement to make day to day decisions in order to provide service, problem solving, advice and guidance within policy but will also be guided by professional standards, practices and governing statutory requirements.Key responsibilities:1. Support the development and execution of sourcing strategies (sourcing events)• To identify and capture sustainable benefits and the development of market opportunities.• To deliver sourcing project (This may extend to multiple portfolios based on demand and priorities.2. Provide support (including data analysis and insights) across spend, demand, the supply market, and suppliers• To assist in the management of the sourcing project pipeline.• To assist in the development of strategies for specific markets and industries that impact the spend under management. (category strategies).• To inform comparative analysis, contract review and sourcing activities.3. Provide general procurement support• Strategic sourcing and procurement related analytical and administrative support for the Procurement Services function including construction of bespoke tender evaluation models, preparation of reports, presentations, and database maintenance.4. Measure Supplier Performance• Utilise supplier / contract performance management frameworks to measure supplier performance.• Report any issues via agreed reporting format and assist in determining solutions for resolution.5. Build effective relationships• Respond efficiently and professionally to stakeholder enquiries and requests for assistance. This includes the provision of advice and guidance in relation to procurement processes and tools.6. Drive continuous improvement initiatives• To accelerate the maturity of Procurement Services in the area of strategic sourcing and category management.7. Corporate Social Responsibility• Support the corporate social responsibility and environmental objectives of the University.8. Undertakes ad-hoc projects and other activities.• Perform work activities relevant to the role’s key accountabilities as approved by the Manager and commensurate to the roles classification level.Please let me know if you would like more information or alternatively email cassie.butcher@randstad.com.au 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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with a reputable university located in Sydney. They are looking for a Commercial Sourcing Specialist to join the team. The Commercial Sourcing Specialist is responsible for the provision of analytical support across multiple category portfolios in support of the implementation of category/portfolio strategies and sourcing strategies and the provision of advice, reporting and analysis to the broader Procurement Service function.This position works under general direction and makes decisions on the completion of daily tasks related to functions of the office and their key accountabilities. The incumbent is expected to exercise initiative and judgement in coordinating multiple activities concurrently on projects or business as usual tasks, and resolving complex issues associated with procurement related analysis and reporting. Problems that cannot be resolved and are outside the scope of their key accountabilities are referred to the Associate Director or more senior colleagues.This position will use professional know-how and judgement to make day to day decisions in order to provide service, problem solving, advice and guidance within policy but will also be guided by professional standards, practices and governing statutory requirements.Key responsibilities:1. Support the development and execution of sourcing strategies (sourcing events)• To identify and capture sustainable benefits and the development of market opportunities.• To deliver sourcing project (This may extend to multiple portfolios based on demand and priorities.2. Provide support (including data analysis and insights) across spend, demand, the supply market, and suppliers• To assist in the management of the sourcing project pipeline.• To assist in the development of strategies for specific markets and industries that impact the spend under management. (category strategies).• To inform comparative analysis, contract review and sourcing activities.3. Provide general procurement support• Strategic sourcing and procurement related analytical and administrative support for the Procurement Services function including construction of bespoke tender evaluation models, preparation of reports, presentations, and database maintenance.4. Measure Supplier Performance• Utilise supplier / contract performance management frameworks to measure supplier performance.• Report any issues via agreed reporting format and assist in determining solutions for resolution.5. Build effective relationships• Respond efficiently and professionally to stakeholder enquiries and requests for assistance. This includes the provision of advice and guidance in relation to procurement processes and tools.6. Drive continuous improvement initiatives• To accelerate the maturity of Procurement Services in the area of strategic sourcing and category management.7. Corporate Social Responsibility• Support the corporate social responsibility and environmental objectives of the University.8. Undertakes ad-hoc projects and other activities.• Perform work activities relevant to the role’s key accountabilities as approved by the Manager and commensurate to the roles classification level.Please let me know if you would like more information or alternatively email cassie.butcher@randstad.com.au 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be working with a a market leader in consumer experience catering to a vast range of segments across mainstream to premium and exclusive. They are local and global-minded, with a focus on premium experiences. They are based in Sydney CBD and are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor to join the team on a permanent basis.The role will include leading strategic, operational, and gaming audits in accordance with the Internal Audit Methodology and building relationships with key stakeholders to monitor and improve the control environment.They are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor who will:Complete strategic, operational and gaming audits including review of critical risk exposures, review of key operational processes and procedures, adherence to legislative and regulatory requirements.Maintain Audit Universe, including performance or strategic risk assessments and identification of priority areasBusiness Partner with stakeholders on assurance needs.Report audit findings and recommendations to Executive and department management.Liaise with department management and staff regarding audit findings and recommendations. Monitor implementation of agreed actions. Acting as critical source of information to Internal Audit Managers regarding the operations and risk profile of the companyPerform peer review of Internal Auditor audit filesProviding advice and assistance to management to develop and enhance internal controls and risk mitigation initiativesAttending meetings on behalf of the Internal Audit ManagerUndertaking initiatives outlined in the Business Plan to promote the role of Internal Audit and identification of new initiativesEnsure compliance with and adherence to all relevant legislation and policies and procedures in relation to Responsible Service of Gaming (including training), and the Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct.Compliance at all times to legislative requirements, company policies and company Code of Conduct. They are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor with:Relevant degree qualifiedCompletion of CA, CPA, IIA or equivalent qualificationSound knowledge of audit principles and internal audit methods and techniques (e.g. flowcharting, interviewing, presentation of findings, etc.)Demonstrable experience of working independently on internal audit reviews as well as in a team environmentProactive, energetic and hardworking with a passion for internal audit as a business enablerMinimum 6+ years post graduate experience in a similar role or via top tier Chartered Accounting firmMust have experience working with businesses in a highly regulated environmentExperience or understanding of gaming, entertainment, retail and / or hotel operations highly desired but not essentialPrior experience with IT audit, data analytics and risk-based auditing highly desirableIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      Randstad are excited to be working with a a market leader in consumer experience catering to a vast range of segments across mainstream to premium and exclusive. They are local and global-minded, with a focus on premium experiences. They are based in Sydney CBD and are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor to join the team on a permanent basis.The role will include leading strategic, operational, and gaming audits in accordance with the Internal Audit Methodology and building relationships with key stakeholders to monitor and improve the control environment.They are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor who will:Complete strategic, operational and gaming audits including review of critical risk exposures, review of key operational processes and procedures, adherence to legislative and regulatory requirements.Maintain Audit Universe, including performance or strategic risk assessments and identification of priority areasBusiness Partner with stakeholders on assurance needs.Report audit findings and recommendations to Executive and department management.Liaise with department management and staff regarding audit findings and recommendations. Monitor implementation of agreed actions. Acting as critical source of information to Internal Audit Managers regarding the operations and risk profile of the companyPerform peer review of Internal Auditor audit filesProviding advice and assistance to management to develop and enhance internal controls and risk mitigation initiativesAttending meetings on behalf of the Internal Audit ManagerUndertaking initiatives outlined in the Business Plan to promote the role of Internal Audit and identification of new initiativesEnsure compliance with and adherence to all relevant legislation and policies and procedures in relation to Responsible Service of Gaming (including training), and the Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct.Compliance at all times to legislative requirements, company policies and company Code of Conduct. They are looking for a Senior Internal Auditor with:Relevant degree qualifiedCompletion of CA, CPA, IIA or equivalent qualificationSound knowledge of audit principles and internal audit methods and techniques (e.g. flowcharting, interviewing, presentation of findings, etc.)Demonstrable experience of working independently on internal audit reviews as well as in a team environmentProactive, energetic and hardworking with a passion for internal audit as a business enablerMinimum 6+ years post graduate experience in a similar role or via top tier Chartered Accounting firmMust have experience working with businesses in a highly regulated environmentExperience or understanding of gaming, entertainment, retail and / or hotel operations highly desired but not essentialPrior experience with IT audit, data analytics and risk-based auditing highly desirableIf you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$55,000 - AU$60,000, per year, super + company benefits + WFH
      • full-time
      This Payroll /Timesheet Administrator is a newly created position working as part of a large dynamic payroll team. Your manager will support your career development and growth within payroll and you will have the opportunity of progression too. This role would be suited to candidates who have a genuine interest in Payroll and looking to start/ continue their new payroll careers. Those who come from a previous payroll, data entry, accounting or customer service background might find this role will enhance their skills. Recently graduated candidates are also welcomed to apply. This is a full time permanent position based in Sydney CBD and also offers flexible working arrangements from both the office and home. Key responsibilities:Verify all timesheets received in the verification system according to agreed requirements within an allotted time frame. Follow the timesheet schedules and ensure all timesheets are downloaded and uploaded onto the appropriate systems.Upload any client files received by email into the systems as required.Process any eTFN forms received through portals or emails.Data entry of employee deductions to the payroll system.Assist with allocation tickets.Assist with payroll queries form help-desk.Maintain all employee records to a high and accurate standard.Have an adequate appreciation of all functions within the payroll division to allow accurate, effective, and efficient responses to queries relating to verification.Assist Payroll Management Team with any reporting tasks as required.Escalate any query/concern to the Team Leader if you cannot answer/manage the query.Desired skills & experience:Has a genuine interest in Payroll, whether it is something you are currently doing or looking to move into.Experience within accounting, data entry and some administrative roles. Ideally will have some prior payroll knowledge but it is not necessarily essential to have this.Ability to collaborate well within a team environment.Excellent communication skills and ability to build relationships with all stakeholders.Strong problem solving skills. 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 Payroll /Timesheet Administrator is a newly created position working as part of a large dynamic payroll team. Your manager will support your career development and growth within payroll and you will have the opportunity of progression too. This role would be suited to candidates who have a genuine interest in Payroll and looking to start/ continue their new payroll careers. Those who come from a previous payroll, data entry, accounting or customer service background might find this role will enhance their skills. Recently graduated candidates are also welcomed to apply. This is a full time permanent position based in Sydney CBD and also offers flexible working arrangements from both the office and home. Key responsibilities:Verify all timesheets received in the verification system according to agreed requirements within an allotted time frame. Follow the timesheet schedules and ensure all timesheets are downloaded and uploaded onto the appropriate systems.Upload any client files received by email into the systems as required.Process any eTFN forms received through portals or emails.Data entry of employee deductions to the payroll system.Assist with allocation tickets.Assist with payroll queries form help-desk.Maintain all employee records to a high and accurate standard.Have an adequate appreciation of all functions within the payroll division to allow accurate, effective, and efficient responses to queries relating to verification.Assist Payroll Management Team with any reporting tasks as required.Escalate any query/concern to the Team Leader if you cannot answer/manage the query.Desired skills & experience:Has a genuine interest in Payroll, whether it is something you are currently doing or looking to move into.Experience within accounting, data entry and some administrative roles. Ideally will have some prior payroll knowledge but it is not necessarily essential to have this.Ability to collaborate well within a team environment.Excellent communication skills and ability to build relationships with all stakeholders.Strong problem solving skills. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + bonus
      • full-time
      Join this Financial Services organisation at an evolving time in the Wealth management industry Finance support around strategic projects Finance forecasting and planning with the PMO The senior finance partner will take ownership of providing end to end management accounting through to financial analysis, insights and strategic costing. Decision support and deep dive analysis Month-end processes and reporting Engagement with Project team from Analysts through to Project Managers on financial governance Supporting the Planning & Forecasting processes as required.Support strategic costing and business case preparation and targeted financial analysisAd hoc Board reporting requirementsFor the position of Senior Finance Analyst the candidate requires the following skills: Management reporting and budgeting and forecasting experience delivering to many stakeholders Preferably CA or CPA qualified with a relevant Accounting degree or equivalent Experience delivering analysis to the business and driving difficult conversations Advanced Excel skills in Financial Modelling The preferred candidate would have an experience working in a Financial Services environment Must have a commercial mindset to proactively identify trends and threatsStrong decision making capability and critical thinking as well as a quick and proactive learner If you are interested in the position of Senior Finance Analyst and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today. For further information please contact Gail on Gail.cunningham@randstad.com.au or 0434745920.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.
      Join this Financial Services organisation at an evolving time in the Wealth management industry Finance support around strategic projects Finance forecasting and planning with the PMO The senior finance partner will take ownership of providing end to end management accounting through to financial analysis, insights and strategic costing. Decision support and deep dive analysis Month-end processes and reporting Engagement with Project team from Analysts through to Project Managers on financial governance Supporting the Planning & Forecasting processes as required.Support strategic costing and business case preparation and targeted financial analysisAd hoc Board reporting requirementsFor the position of Senior Finance Analyst the candidate requires the following skills: Management reporting and budgeting and forecasting experience delivering to many stakeholders Preferably CA or CPA qualified with a relevant Accounting degree or equivalent Experience delivering analysis to the business and driving difficult conversations Advanced Excel skills in Financial Modelling The preferred candidate would have an experience working in a Financial Services environment Must have a commercial mindset to proactively identify trends and threatsStrong decision making capability and critical thinking as well as a quick and proactive learner If you are interested in the position of Senior Finance Analyst and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today. For further information please contact Gail on Gail.cunningham@randstad.com.au or 0434745920.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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, prorated package
      • part-time
      Our ClientAs a leader in high end commercial fit out and construction, our client prides itself on their ability to deliver quality spaces that scream luxury and functionality. Due to expansion within the business, they are looking to bring their bookkeeping services inhouse. The RoleReporting to the Managing Directors, as the Bookkeeper you will be an integral part of the running of the business. Given they are a small team, this part time role will also see you managing the daily operation of the office. In this role you will be responsible for: Daily reconciliationsOrdering stationeryPreparation of payrollProcessing Accounts Payable/ReceivableOrganising lunches and events for team activitiesAssisting with the preparation of financial reports, BAS statements and other documentsBenefitsFlexible working - part time 2 - 3 days per weekAbility to work from home and have work work life balanceClose to Town Hall StationBeautiful recently renovated open plan officesClose knit and collaborative cultureAbout YouPrevious experience as a Bookkeeper, Accountant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Administrator, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable or PayrollHigh attention to detailAbility to work collaborative in a small dynamic team environmentTech savvy with ability to pick up new software quicklyTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson on jessika.anderson@randstad.com.au for 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.
      Our ClientAs a leader in high end commercial fit out and construction, our client prides itself on their ability to deliver quality spaces that scream luxury and functionality. Due to expansion within the business, they are looking to bring their bookkeeping services inhouse. The RoleReporting to the Managing Directors, as the Bookkeeper you will be an integral part of the running of the business. Given they are a small team, this part time role will also see you managing the daily operation of the office. In this role you will be responsible for: Daily reconciliationsOrdering stationeryPreparation of payrollProcessing Accounts Payable/ReceivableOrganising lunches and events for team activitiesAssisting with the preparation of financial reports, BAS statements and other documentsBenefitsFlexible working - part time 2 - 3 days per weekAbility to work from home and have work work life balanceClose to Town Hall StationBeautiful recently renovated open plan officesClose knit and collaborative cultureAbout YouPrevious experience as a Bookkeeper, Accountant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Administrator, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable or PayrollHigh attention to detailAbility to work collaborative in a small dynamic team environmentTech savvy with ability to pick up new software quicklyTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson on jessika.anderson@randstad.com.au for 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$80,000, per year, super + company benefits + WFH
      • full-time
      This is a permanent Payroll Officer position working for an established Not for Profit organisation based in Sydney CBD. This organisation highly values their employees and offers promotional opportunities. In this role you will assist the payroll team in completing the end to end payroll processing for 800+ employees on a fortnightly and monthly basis using Preceda. This role is based in Sydney CBD (close to public transport) and offers flexible working from home and the office. Key responsibilities:End to end payroll processing on a fortnightly and monthly basis. Maintaining the payroll system (Preceda) to ensure accuracy of all payments and record compliance. Assist with the maintenance of awards and ensure everything is compliant with local legislation. Managing both electronic and hard copy of employee records.Assist in answering any payroll queries and provide excellent customer service to all stakeholders. Take part in any ad hoc projects related to the payroll team and support the payroll manager with additional duties. Desired skills and experience:Ideally have 3+ years of end to end payroll processingPreceda system experience is desired but not essential to the roleAbility to interpret awards and stay abreast of legislation changesStrong customer service skills and communication skills in order to communicate effectively with all stakeholders.Excellent attention to detail, conducting your work with minimal error. 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 is a permanent Payroll Officer position working for an established Not for Profit organisation based in Sydney CBD. This organisation highly values their employees and offers promotional opportunities. In this role you will assist the payroll team in completing the end to end payroll processing for 800+ employees on a fortnightly and monthly basis using Preceda. This role is based in Sydney CBD (close to public transport) and offers flexible working from home and the office. Key responsibilities:End to end payroll processing on a fortnightly and monthly basis. Maintaining the payroll system (Preceda) to ensure accuracy of all payments and record compliance. Assist with the maintenance of awards and ensure everything is compliant with local legislation. Managing both electronic and hard copy of employee records.Assist in answering any payroll queries and provide excellent customer service to all stakeholders. Take part in any ad hoc projects related to the payroll team and support the payroll manager with additional duties. Desired skills and experience:Ideally have 3+ years of end to end payroll processingPreceda system experience is desired but not essential to the roleAbility to interpret awards and stay abreast of legislation changesStrong customer service skills and communication skills in order to communicate effectively with all stakeholders.Excellent attention to detail, conducting your work with minimal error. 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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