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    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$70,000 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad is pleased to partner with a highly respected Brisbane-based organisation in appointing a Credit Controller to join their medium sized, friendly finance team. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing multinational company. This is a full-time role with the option to work from home two days a week. About the role:Reporting to the Accounts Receivable Manager, this role is ideal for an individual with solid experience in Accounts Receivable.Your key responsibilities will include:Designing, implementing, and monitoring credit control procedures and policies, including training the teamAssisting with major corporate customer invoicingHigh volume debt collection; handling complex debt collection cases, managing the relationship with external debt collection agenciesAssisting with the on-boarding of new customers, including credit checks; setting credit limits; reviewing and maintaining the credit worthiness of customersEnsure debtors are tightly managed, reporting on debtor balances and KPI’s, highlighting high risk accounts to ensure a reduction in debtors DSOMaintain strong relationships with customersHigh volume debt collection; handling complex debt collection cases, managing the relationship with external debt collection agenciesAbout you:3+ years of experience working in a similar roleAdvanced Excel skills - comfortable with vlookups and pivot tablesStrong organisational and time management skillsExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsWhat’s on offer:Friendly office environmentCompetitive SalaryJoin a stable finance team with great staff tenure and genuine progression opportunitiesConvenient Inner City location with easy access to public transportEnjoy WFH daysTo be considered for this position please hit ‘Apply’ or with any questions please contact Carolina Nogueira on 0477 598 906 for a confidential discussionAt 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 is pleased to partner with a highly respected Brisbane-based organisation in appointing a Credit Controller to join their medium sized, friendly finance team. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing multinational company. This is a full-time role with the option to work from home two days a week. About the role:Reporting to the Accounts Receivable Manager, this role is ideal for an individual with solid experience in Accounts Receivable.Your key responsibilities will include:Designing, implementing, and monitoring credit control procedures and policies, including training the teamAssisting with major corporate customer invoicingHigh volume debt collection; handling complex debt collection cases, managing the relationship with external debt collection agenciesAssisting with the on-boarding of new customers, including credit checks; setting credit limits; reviewing and maintaining the credit worthiness of customersEnsure debtors are tightly managed, reporting on debtor balances and KPI’s, highlighting high risk accounts to ensure a reduction in debtors DSOMaintain strong relationships with customersHigh volume debt collection; handling complex debt collection cases, managing the relationship with external debt collection agenciesAbout you:3+ years of experience working in a similar roleAdvanced Excel skills - comfortable with vlookups and pivot tablesStrong organisational and time management skillsExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsWhat’s on offer:Friendly office environmentCompetitive SalaryJoin a stable finance team with great staff tenure and genuine progression opportunitiesConvenient Inner City location with easy access to public transportEnjoy WFH daysTo be considered for this position please hit ‘Apply’ or with any questions please contact Carolina Nogueira on 0477 598 906 for a confidential discussionAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, package + $15,900 in fringe benefits
    • part-time
    Nestled in the heart of Woolloongabba, swara is situated metres away from Park Road station and bus depot. The premises accommodate a wealth of activities for individuals and groups of adults of all ages including daily living coaching, technology and learning, gardening, sports activities and creative sessions including arts and crafts, pottery and choir."swara is a Not-for-Profit NDIS registered and DSOA support provider. Loving service is our credo. We aim to brighten the lives of people of all abilities, empowering them with a sense of real worth. We give them the confidence and means of reaching their full potential in a loving service environment. The swara family welcomes all people with mild to moderate disabilities". See swara's website www.swara.com.au [link removed]Together with Randstad, swara is on the hunt for a new Finance and Systems Manager.The roleThis is an exceptional Part Time (4 days per week) opportunity for either a highly experienced accountant wanting to take a step into finance management, or an established Finance Manager wanting to grow in their role. The Finance and Systems manager will be responsible for the finance management of the organisation, as well as overseeing decisions involving systems and administration. Reporting to the General Manager, you will lead all things finance and administration, and manage a small team of professionals including a very experienced accountant with responsibility for the preparation of the monthly accounts.The day to day will include:Maintaining an established ERP system - XeroResponsibility for all statutory reporting and other regulatory reportingMaintaining general ledger, end of month and end of year bank reconciliations, financial transactions, fixed asset register.Managing the payroll function for approximately 40 support workers and staffReviewing PAYG, superannuation and ATO queries, GST, monthly BAS preparation, Fringe Benefits Tax queries.Financial modelling for segments of swara's business and new growth opportunitiesEstablishing and managing appropriate internal controlsEstablishing, managing and reviewing Participant funding and Service AgreementsEstablishing, managing and reviewing IT infrastructure, support and telephony servicesBudgeting/target setting, management, reviewing against actual expenditure and the production of monthly management accounts.Assessing cash-flows and variances against budget and other board set KPI targetsRe-forecasting monthly income and expenses in consultation with General ManagerManaging the workload and outputs of the finance and the administration teamsManaging the systems and administration functions, optimising and automating where possible, creating smooth and proactive work flows.As a Finance and Systems manager, it is important you can contribute to a sustainable and positive workforce environment and culture through leadership, open communication and teamwork. You will be able to maximise the organisations ability to achieve strategic goals by:Fostering a professional, achievement focussed business unitFocussing on innovation, automation and continuous improvementIdentifying ongoing growth opportunities within the organisationContributing to strategic conversations and plans with the senior leadership teamThe must-havesTo be considered for this role it is essential that the candidate must have:Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Accounting or SimilarA relevant postgraduate qualification including CPA/CAAt least 5 years accounting experience, with experience in a NFP entity.Advanced level Excel and MS SuiteExceptional interpersonal skills including written and verbal communicationHigh-level stakeholder management skills, including board level /SLT liaison experienceHighly organised, detail oriented and deadline driven. Above all else, your values must be aligned with the ethos of swara. You must be passionate about contributing towards an organisation's objective to truly make a difference to the community through a loving service culture.Randstad Australia has been exclusively engaged for the recruitment of this role, and all applications will be handled by them. Please apply using the links with your resume and contact details. Randstad endeavours to reply to each application, please be patient while we assess each application and will endeavour to respond in a timely manner.Kathryn Kneller is the primary contact, any questions please email kathryn.kneller@randstad.com.au, alternatively please contact Paul Chen at paul.chen@randstad.com.au, or call directly on 07 3031 3215. 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.
    Nestled in the heart of Woolloongabba, swara is situated metres away from Park Road station and bus depot. The premises accommodate a wealth of activities for individuals and groups of adults of all ages including daily living coaching, technology and learning, gardening, sports activities and creative sessions including arts and crafts, pottery and choir."swara is a Not-for-Profit NDIS registered and DSOA support provider. Loving service is our credo. We aim to brighten the lives of people of all abilities, empowering them with a sense of real worth. We give them the confidence and means of reaching their full potential in a loving service environment. The swara family welcomes all people with mild to moderate disabilities". See swara's website www.swara.com.au [link removed]Together with Randstad, swara is on the hunt for a new Finance and Systems Manager.The roleThis is an exceptional Part Time (4 days per week) opportunity for either a highly experienced accountant wanting to take a step into finance management, or an established Finance Manager wanting to grow in their role. The Finance and Systems manager will be responsible for the finance management of the organisation, as well as overseeing decisions involving systems and administration. Reporting to the General Manager, you will lead all things finance and administration, and manage a small team of professionals including a very experienced accountant with responsibility for the preparation of the monthly accounts.The day to day will include:Maintaining an established ERP system - XeroResponsibility for all statutory reporting and other regulatory reportingMaintaining general ledger, end of month and end of year bank reconciliations, financial transactions, fixed asset register.Managing the payroll function for approximately 40 support workers and staffReviewing PAYG, superannuation and ATO queries, GST, monthly BAS preparation, Fringe Benefits Tax queries.Financial modelling for segments of swara's business and new growth opportunitiesEstablishing and managing appropriate internal controlsEstablishing, managing and reviewing Participant funding and Service AgreementsEstablishing, managing and reviewing IT infrastructure, support and telephony servicesBudgeting/target setting, management, reviewing against actual expenditure and the production of monthly management accounts.Assessing cash-flows and variances against budget and other board set KPI targetsRe-forecasting monthly income and expenses in consultation with General ManagerManaging the workload and outputs of the finance and the administration teamsManaging the systems and administration functions, optimising and automating where possible, creating smooth and proactive work flows.As a Finance and Systems manager, it is important you can contribute to a sustainable and positive workforce environment and culture through leadership, open communication and teamwork. You will be able to maximise the organisations ability to achieve strategic goals by:Fostering a professional, achievement focussed business unitFocussing on innovation, automation and continuous improvementIdentifying ongoing growth opportunities within the organisationContributing to strategic conversations and plans with the senior leadership teamThe must-havesTo be considered for this role it is essential that the candidate must have:Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Accounting or SimilarA relevant postgraduate qualification including CPA/CAAt least 5 years accounting experience, with experience in a NFP entity.Advanced level Excel and MS SuiteExceptional interpersonal skills including written and verbal communicationHigh-level stakeholder management skills, including board level /SLT liaison experienceHighly organised, detail oriented and deadline driven. Above all else, your values must be aligned with the ethos of swara. You must be passionate about contributing towards an organisation's objective to truly make a difference to the community through a loving service culture.Randstad Australia has been exclusively engaged for the recruitment of this role, and all applications will be handled by them. Please apply using the links with your resume and contact details. Randstad endeavours to reply to each application, please be patient while we assess each application and will endeavour to respond in a timely manner.Kathryn Kneller is the primary contact, any questions please email kathryn.kneller@randstad.com.au, alternatively please contact Paul Chen at paul.chen@randstad.com.au, or call directly on 07 3031 3215. 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.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$65,000, per year, c. $77k pkg (salary packaging + 12% super)
    • full-time
    Randstad is pleased to be exclusively partnering with a highly respected not-for-profit organisation in appointing an Accounts Receivable Officer to join their medium sized, friendly & collaborative finance team. With supportive leaders and a dynamic multicultural environment, this role will be for an initial 12 months with the view for permanency. About the role:This role is ideal for an individual with solid experience in Accounts Receivable and willingness to learn and assist with accounts payable when required. Your key responsibilities will include:Processing all client paymentsImport all client invoicingPrepare, send and reconcile claim files for NDISReconcile all cash income bank accountsClaims reconciliationMonitor customer accountsResponding to client enquiriesAbout you:2+ years experience working in Accounts ReceivableIntermediate Excel skills - comfortable with vlookups and pivot tablesExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsWhat’s on offer:Friendly office environmentJoin a stable finance team with great staff tenure and genuine progression opportunitiesConvenient CBD location with easy access to public transport12 month fixed-term contract with full leave entitlements and view for permanencyJoin a highly respected not-for-profitCompetitive salary on offer with generous NFP salary packaging optionsTo be considered for this position please hit ‘Apply’ or with any questions please contact Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for a confidential discussionOther opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations across a wide variety of industry sectors. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about other opportunities we may have available.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 is pleased to be exclusively partnering with a highly respected not-for-profit organisation in appointing an Accounts Receivable Officer to join their medium sized, friendly & collaborative finance team. With supportive leaders and a dynamic multicultural environment, this role will be for an initial 12 months with the view for permanency. About the role:This role is ideal for an individual with solid experience in Accounts Receivable and willingness to learn and assist with accounts payable when required. Your key responsibilities will include:Processing all client paymentsImport all client invoicingPrepare, send and reconcile claim files for NDISReconcile all cash income bank accountsClaims reconciliationMonitor customer accountsResponding to client enquiriesAbout you:2+ years experience working in Accounts ReceivableIntermediate Excel skills - comfortable with vlookups and pivot tablesExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsWhat’s on offer:Friendly office environmentJoin a stable finance team with great staff tenure and genuine progression opportunitiesConvenient CBD location with easy access to public transport12 month fixed-term contract with full leave entitlements and view for permanencyJoin a highly respected not-for-profitCompetitive salary on offer with generous NFP salary packaging optionsTo be considered for this position please hit ‘Apply’ or with any questions please contact Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for a confidential discussionOther opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations across a wide variety of industry sectors. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about other opportunities we may have available.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.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$100,000 - AU$140,000, per year, STI bonus
    • full-time
    Our Client Our client is a dynamic multinational Retail organisation that is headquartered in Brisbane. Private-equity backed with plans to grow, this is a company that invests in their staff along with innovation and continuous improvement. Reporting into the Group CFO and partnering with stakeholders across different countries, this is an excellent opportunity opportunity for an experienced Senior Accountant / Finance Manager with a Big 4 Audit background to make a genuine difference and develop your career. Your RoleReporting into the Group CFO, your key responsibilities will include: Lead the Group Financial Reporting function and the annual audit process;Ensuring all tax reporting & obligations are completed in a timely manner (including US tax requirements);Manage and mentor a small team to meet month-end deadlines for Australian and various overseas entities;Liaise with international and local stakeholders to finalise statutory reporting & compliance;Prepare, implement and review of global transfer pricing in consultation with various stakeholders;Support the preparation of compliance documents including covenant reporting and ASIC reviews;Review and establish strong internal controls across the group.About You The ideal candidate will be an experienced Senior Financial Accountant with a strong Audit background in Big 4/ large mid-tier firms. Ideally you would have prior experience working within a dynamic fast-paced industry (i.e Retail / Manufacturing / FMCG) or have had dealt with clients in those sectors if you come from a Professional Services background. You would also possess these traits and skills:Great communication & interpersonal skills to build strong relationships Ability to drive improvements and manage multiple projectsHigh level of technical and problem-solving capabilities Good hands-on leadership skills with an optimistic mindset What's on offer for you?Lead the Group Financial Reporting function + Growing multinational firm Attractive salary package + Ongoing career development opportunitiesOpportunity to manage & mentor a small high-performing team Free parking in city-fringe location If you have any questions please contact Paul Chen for a confidential discussion on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Our Client Our client is a dynamic multinational Retail organisation that is headquartered in Brisbane. Private-equity backed with plans to grow, this is a company that invests in their staff along with innovation and continuous improvement. Reporting into the Group CFO and partnering with stakeholders across different countries, this is an excellent opportunity opportunity for an experienced Senior Accountant / Finance Manager with a Big 4 Audit background to make a genuine difference and develop your career. Your RoleReporting into the Group CFO, your key responsibilities will include: Lead the Group Financial Reporting function and the annual audit process;Ensuring all tax reporting & obligations are completed in a timely manner (including US tax requirements);Manage and mentor a small team to meet month-end deadlines for Australian and various overseas entities;Liaise with international and local stakeholders to finalise statutory reporting & compliance;Prepare, implement and review of global transfer pricing in consultation with various stakeholders;Support the preparation of compliance documents including covenant reporting and ASIC reviews;Review and establish strong internal controls across the group.About You The ideal candidate will be an experienced Senior Financial Accountant with a strong Audit background in Big 4/ large mid-tier firms. Ideally you would have prior experience working within a dynamic fast-paced industry (i.e Retail / Manufacturing / FMCG) or have had dealt with clients in those sectors if you come from a Professional Services background. You would also possess these traits and skills:Great communication & interpersonal skills to build strong relationships Ability to drive improvements and manage multiple projectsHigh level of technical and problem-solving capabilities Good hands-on leadership skills with an optimistic mindset What's on offer for you?Lead the Group Financial Reporting function + Growing multinational firm Attractive salary package + Ongoing career development opportunitiesOpportunity to manage & mentor a small high-performing team Free parking in city-fringe location If you have any questions please contact Paul Chen for a confidential discussion on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Randstad is proud to partner exclusively with Holcim Australia to appoint their next Payroll Services Manager, based in Brisbane. This is a fantastic rare opportunity that has only come about due to an upcoming retirement in July. The incoming Payroll Manager will have a valuable period of handover with the incumbent to enable a smooth transition.The Organisation Holcim Australia is a major supplier of concrete, aggregates and concrete pipes and products in Australia and part of the Holcim Group – the global leader in innovative and sustainable building solutions. In Australia, Holcim employs approximately 3,000 people across 300 sites and in New Zealand they employ 150 people across 12 locations. Holcim is committed to building progress for people and the planet through enabling greener cities, smarter infrastructure and improving living standards around the world. The Opportunity at HolcimReporting into the Executive GM - People, Culture & Communications, this role manages the full end-to-end payroll function (H2R) within Holcim Australia and New Zealand. As the Head of Payroll, you will be tasked with leading and mentoring a high-performing & cohesive team of payroll specialists to deliver timely, accurate and professional payroll services that are compliant with all statutory & legislative requirements. Your key responsibilities will include:Ensure accurate completion of all end of month and end of financial year payroll processes Providing Payroll services that are reliable, accurate, timely, cost effective, transparent and user-friendlyCoordination and management of entire payroll function including completion of weekly, fortnightly and monthly payrunsEnsure all payroll processing conforms to various legislative requirements, Awards and Collective and Enterprise AgreementsMonitor and report on processing statistics and monitor against agreed SLA’sEnsure appropriate governance and audit of payrolls (tax compliance, superannuation, etc.)Implement effective and compliant payroll proceduresDevelop and maintain a training needs assessment for all payroll employeesWork closely with the Accounting team to ensure systems and processes align and ensure accounting entries associated with the Payroll process are accurate Play an active role in optimising customer relationships, with a view to limiting risk, improving collection initiatives and ensuring best outcome for Holcim Australia and New Zealand. To be successful in this role you will have:Extensive experience leading or managing a small team, a natural leader of people and a high level of empathy to provide excellent customer service to the people of our organisationSignificant experience in a high volume Payroll services environment (circa 3000 employees);Excellent working knowledge of iCHRIS, or similar complex Payroll systemsKnowledge of Kronos, SAP and scanning technology preferredAdvanced skills in Microsoft Office SuiteStrong analytical skills, problem solving abilities and sound business and financial acumen What are your benefits of joining Holcim?A highly attractive salary package is on offer for the right individual (plus eligibility to join the annual STI bonus programme)Holcim will invest in your growth through recognition & established career development and leadership programmes.Be part of a diverse and inclusive workplace where people feel respected, valued and are encouraged to bring their authentic self to work, upheld by Holcim's Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.Access to flexible working arrangements with the option to work from home 2 days per week. Due to the scarcity of senior opportunities like this in the QLD Payroll market, we'd highly encourage you to apply today and one of us will get in touch directly. If you have any further questions about this role, please contact one of us at Randstad: Paul Chen - 07 3031 3215 / paul.chen@randstad.com.au Allyce McAnally - 0466 772 563 / allyce.mcanally@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Randstad is proud to partner exclusively with Holcim Australia to appoint their next Payroll Services Manager, based in Brisbane. This is a fantastic rare opportunity that has only come about due to an upcoming retirement in July. The incoming Payroll Manager will have a valuable period of handover with the incumbent to enable a smooth transition.The Organisation Holcim Australia is a major supplier of concrete, aggregates and concrete pipes and products in Australia and part of the Holcim Group – the global leader in innovative and sustainable building solutions. In Australia, Holcim employs approximately 3,000 people across 300 sites and in New Zealand they employ 150 people across 12 locations. Holcim is committed to building progress for people and the planet through enabling greener cities, smarter infrastructure and improving living standards around the world. The Opportunity at HolcimReporting into the Executive GM - People, Culture & Communications, this role manages the full end-to-end payroll function (H2R) within Holcim Australia and New Zealand. As the Head of Payroll, you will be tasked with leading and mentoring a high-performing & cohesive team of payroll specialists to deliver timely, accurate and professional payroll services that are compliant with all statutory & legislative requirements. Your key responsibilities will include:Ensure accurate completion of all end of month and end of financial year payroll processes Providing Payroll services that are reliable, accurate, timely, cost effective, transparent and user-friendlyCoordination and management of entire payroll function including completion of weekly, fortnightly and monthly payrunsEnsure all payroll processing conforms to various legislative requirements, Awards and Collective and Enterprise AgreementsMonitor and report on processing statistics and monitor against agreed SLA’sEnsure appropriate governance and audit of payrolls (tax compliance, superannuation, etc.)Implement effective and compliant payroll proceduresDevelop and maintain a training needs assessment for all payroll employeesWork closely with the Accounting team to ensure systems and processes align and ensure accounting entries associated with the Payroll process are accurate Play an active role in optimising customer relationships, with a view to limiting risk, improving collection initiatives and ensuring best outcome for Holcim Australia and New Zealand. To be successful in this role you will have:Extensive experience leading or managing a small team, a natural leader of people and a high level of empathy to provide excellent customer service to the people of our organisationSignificant experience in a high volume Payroll services environment (circa 3000 employees);Excellent working knowledge of iCHRIS, or similar complex Payroll systemsKnowledge of Kronos, SAP and scanning technology preferredAdvanced skills in Microsoft Office SuiteStrong analytical skills, problem solving abilities and sound business and financial acumen What are your benefits of joining Holcim?A highly attractive salary package is on offer for the right individual (plus eligibility to join the annual STI bonus programme)Holcim will invest in your growth through recognition & established career development and leadership programmes.Be part of a diverse and inclusive workplace where people feel respected, valued and are encouraged to bring their authentic self to work, upheld by Holcim's Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.Access to flexible working arrangements with the option to work from home 2 days per week. Due to the scarcity of senior opportunities like this in the QLD Payroll market, we'd highly encourage you to apply today and one of us will get in touch directly. If you have any further questions about this role, please contact one of us at Randstad: Paul Chen - 07 3031 3215 / paul.chen@randstad.com.au Allyce McAnally - 0466 772 563 / allyce.mcanally@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$170,000 - AU$210,000, per year, Bonus
    • full-time
    Our Client Our client is a forward-thinking multinational Manufacturing organisation that is headquartered in Brisbane. Private-equity backed with rapid expansion plans,, this business is looking to triple in size over the next couple of years. As a company that invests in innovation and continuous improvement, our client is targeting multiple acquisitions and also an IPO in the future. Reporting into the CFO and partnering with the senior leadership team, this is a great opportunity for an experienced Finance Manager with a Big 4 Audit background to make a genuine difference and develop your career. Your RoleReporting into the Group CFO, your key responsibilities will include: Lead the Group Finance Function, including financial reporting, tax and treasury;Lead Group FP&A, budgeting and forecasting process;Liaise with international and local stakeholders to finalise statutory reporting & compliance;Support the due diligence process for M&A activities;Oversee FX hedging activities;Drive continuous improvement initiatives to improve performance.About YouThe ideal candidate will be an experienced Finance Manager with prior experience working within Manufacturing, FMCG, Retail or Trading industries. You will also have had a strong Audit background in Big 4/ large mid-tier firms and can oversee group consolidations and statutory reporting. You also have these traits/skills:Great communication & interpersonal skills to build strong relationships Ability to drive improvements and manage multiple projectsHigh level of technical and problem-solving capabilities Good hands-on leadership skills with an optimistic mindsetWhat's on Offer?Exciting role with a growing global Manufacturer seeking an IPO in the futureAttractive salary package + Ongoing career development opportunitiesLead a collaborative & high-performing team + Free parkingIf you have any questions please contact Paul Chen on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Our Client Our client is a forward-thinking multinational Manufacturing organisation that is headquartered in Brisbane. Private-equity backed with rapid expansion plans,, this business is looking to triple in size over the next couple of years. As a company that invests in innovation and continuous improvement, our client is targeting multiple acquisitions and also an IPO in the future. Reporting into the CFO and partnering with the senior leadership team, this is a great opportunity for an experienced Finance Manager with a Big 4 Audit background to make a genuine difference and develop your career. Your RoleReporting into the Group CFO, your key responsibilities will include: Lead the Group Finance Function, including financial reporting, tax and treasury;Lead Group FP&A, budgeting and forecasting process;Liaise with international and local stakeholders to finalise statutory reporting & compliance;Support the due diligence process for M&A activities;Oversee FX hedging activities;Drive continuous improvement initiatives to improve performance.About YouThe ideal candidate will be an experienced Finance Manager with prior experience working within Manufacturing, FMCG, Retail or Trading industries. You will also have had a strong Audit background in Big 4/ large mid-tier firms and can oversee group consolidations and statutory reporting. You also have these traits/skills:Great communication & interpersonal skills to build strong relationships Ability to drive improvements and manage multiple projectsHigh level of technical and problem-solving capabilities Good hands-on leadership skills with an optimistic mindsetWhat's on Offer?Exciting role with a growing global Manufacturer seeking an IPO in the futureAttractive salary package + Ongoing career development opportunitiesLead a collaborative & high-performing team + Free parkingIf you have any questions please contact Paul Chen on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$90,000, per year, + super
    • full-time
    As an external auditor, you will be the 11th member of this team, with the opportunity to work on your own clients and mentor graduates along the way. You will have the chance to refine and develop your skills, working across a diverse portfolio including construction, manufacturing, commodities, not-for-profits including charities, clubs and unions. The size of the clients ranges from your 5-15mil clients all the way up to 150mil. There are straight forward audits, where you will go onsite as the lead, or there may be complex or larger audits where you will accompany the senior leadership team. Either way, the work will be diverse and holistic, giving you extensive exposure to all components of the audit.About You:As an Auditor, you will be Bachelor qualified with at least 12 months auditing experience within an Audit firm in Australia. You may have already started your qualification however note that full CA or CPA support will be provided. You will bring professionalism and energy. Your communication style is polite and professional, responding in a timely way to clients, always answering phone calls, and always keeping the managers or partners in the loop. There are two roles available, for Senior and Intermediate levels. Remuneration will be determined based on experience. If you are an Auditor in Australia on a working holiday visa, this will also be considered for a contract option. Sponsorship will be considered for candidates with at least 12 months Audit experience, under the proviso you are currently in Brisbane.Auditing usually requires some travel - as COVID has restricted this, travel is currently limited to south-east Queensland. Having a licence and car would be advantageous but not necessary. Interested?If you think this role sounds interesting, and want to discuss anything in more detail - please feel free to contact myself directly on 0418 505 472, or send your resume to kathryn.kneller@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.
    As an external auditor, you will be the 11th member of this team, with the opportunity to work on your own clients and mentor graduates along the way. You will have the chance to refine and develop your skills, working across a diverse portfolio including construction, manufacturing, commodities, not-for-profits including charities, clubs and unions. The size of the clients ranges from your 5-15mil clients all the way up to 150mil. There are straight forward audits, where you will go onsite as the lead, or there may be complex or larger audits where you will accompany the senior leadership team. Either way, the work will be diverse and holistic, giving you extensive exposure to all components of the audit.About You:As an Auditor, you will be Bachelor qualified with at least 12 months auditing experience within an Audit firm in Australia. You may have already started your qualification however note that full CA or CPA support will be provided. You will bring professionalism and energy. Your communication style is polite and professional, responding in a timely way to clients, always answering phone calls, and always keeping the managers or partners in the loop. There are two roles available, for Senior and Intermediate levels. Remuneration will be determined based on experience. If you are an Auditor in Australia on a working holiday visa, this will also be considered for a contract option. Sponsorship will be considered for candidates with at least 12 months Audit experience, under the proviso you are currently in Brisbane.Auditing usually requires some travel - as COVID has restricted this, travel is currently limited to south-east Queensland. Having a licence and car would be advantageous but not necessary. Interested?If you think this role sounds interesting, and want to discuss anything in more detail - please feel free to contact myself directly on 0418 505 472, or send your resume to kathryn.kneller@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.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Excellent benefits
    • full-time
    The OpportunityReporting to Senior FP&A Analyst with a dotted line into the CFO, this role forms part of a high-performing & dynamic Finance team that focuses on commercial insights across the business. To be successful in this role, you'll need to enjoy supporting all levels of the business and its partners, along with great attention to detail, and a sincere desire to contribute to the continuing growth and success story of an iconic ASX-listed brand. Your key responsibilities include:Provide commercial insights through robust analysis of Sales, Traffic and Inventory reportingReconciliation of weekly sales ensuring data integrity and accuracy & resolve any data discrepanciesSupport the quarterly targeting process and sales budgeting/forecastAssist with weekly payroll processing & payroll reporting to optimize store spendSupport the generation & review of Business Cases for new projects (e.g new store openings/relocations)Assist with dashboard development utilising Power BI, Excel and various data warehouseAd hoc tasks and business improvement projectsYour ProfileDegree qualified with Accounting and/or Finance major At least 3 years' experience in a similar role within a fast-moving business / Professional Services AccountingExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsSelf-driven, analytical mindset and solution-focusedCustomer-oriented and positive Multi-site Retail experience will be highly desirableYour BenefitsExciting role with an iconic ASX-listed Retail business with great company cultureHonest and transparent leadership + Great mentorship & career development opportunitiesAn opportunity to become part of an innovative & dynamic team that enjoys working togetherAn attractive remuneration & benefits package including free on-site parking 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.Please contact Paul Chen on 07 3031 3215 or paul.chen@randstad.com.au if you have any questions.
    The OpportunityReporting to Senior FP&A Analyst with a dotted line into the CFO, this role forms part of a high-performing & dynamic Finance team that focuses on commercial insights across the business. To be successful in this role, you'll need to enjoy supporting all levels of the business and its partners, along with great attention to detail, and a sincere desire to contribute to the continuing growth and success story of an iconic ASX-listed brand. Your key responsibilities include:Provide commercial insights through robust analysis of Sales, Traffic and Inventory reportingReconciliation of weekly sales ensuring data integrity and accuracy & resolve any data discrepanciesSupport the quarterly targeting process and sales budgeting/forecastAssist with weekly payroll processing & payroll reporting to optimize store spendSupport the generation & review of Business Cases for new projects (e.g new store openings/relocations)Assist with dashboard development utilising Power BI, Excel and various data warehouseAd hoc tasks and business improvement projectsYour ProfileDegree qualified with Accounting and/or Finance major At least 3 years' experience in a similar role within a fast-moving business / Professional Services AccountingExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsSelf-driven, analytical mindset and solution-focusedCustomer-oriented and positive Multi-site Retail experience will be highly desirableYour BenefitsExciting role with an iconic ASX-listed Retail business with great company cultureHonest and transparent leadership + Great mentorship & career development opportunitiesAn opportunity to become part of an innovative & dynamic team that enjoys working togetherAn attractive remuneration & benefits package including free on-site parking 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.Please contact Paul Chen on 07 3031 3215 or paul.chen@randstad.com.au if you have any questions.

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