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    • brisbane, queensland
    • contract
    • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000 per year
    • full-time
    A unique opportunity has come up for a motivated Finance Analyst for a large financial services organisation here in Brisbane. As a house-hold name, this leading organisation has recently undergone a large acquisition, and as a result is undergoing an incredible growth phase. There is an opportunity for an initial 6-month contract with a possibility of extension. The role is for an experienced Finance Analyst, supporting the Senior Manager within the Finance Business Partnering division. The team is currently four people who work in a hybrid arrangement. This role will suit an experienced Finance Analyst, preferably with a background in Financial Services, however is open to other industries.The role of the Finance Analyst is:To support the portfolio in all financial matters;To effectively partner across the wider business;To be responsible for producing data, reporting and analytics which is required to support the portfolio;To Advise on business case development, forecasting and financial governance;To contribute to the committee reporting and governance, and stakeholder groups;To support business decisions at all levels (strategic planning, resource allocation, process efficiency and other ad-hoc analysis) as well as for internal and external reporting. Your day to day will include: Providing insights to business partners to advise and assist with solutions;Month end processing including journals, time-sheet analysis, variance analysis on spend;Developing benefits realisation framework to be incorporated into business cases;Forecasting and forward planning, contributing to the annual budget and planning process;Developing policies, procedures and frameworks supporting the portfolio;Working alongside governance team focusing on continuous improvements to governance frameworks;Contributing to reviews of assets, including CAPEX, OPEX, WIP management;Providing mentorship and training where possible to team and business partners.To be considered for this role, you must exhibit a high level of commercial acumen, exceptional interpersonal skills and at least 3 years within a Finance Analyst role. You must have your post graduate qualification (CA/CPA) or are working towards completion. If you think you are suitable for this role it is encouraged that you apply. All applications will be handled and responded to in a quick and timely manner. Randstad has been engaged as a contracted external recruitment partner for the client.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.
    A unique opportunity has come up for a motivated Finance Analyst for a large financial services organisation here in Brisbane. As a house-hold name, this leading organisation has recently undergone a large acquisition, and as a result is undergoing an incredible growth phase. There is an opportunity for an initial 6-month contract with a possibility of extension. The role is for an experienced Finance Analyst, supporting the Senior Manager within the Finance Business Partnering division. The team is currently four people who work in a hybrid arrangement. This role will suit an experienced Finance Analyst, preferably with a background in Financial Services, however is open to other industries.The role of the Finance Analyst is:To support the portfolio in all financial matters;To effectively partner across the wider business;To be responsible for producing data, reporting and analytics which is required to support the portfolio;To Advise on business case development, forecasting and financial governance;To contribute to the committee reporting and governance, and stakeholder groups;To support business decisions at all levels (strategic planning, resource allocation, process efficiency and other ad-hoc analysis) as well as for internal and external reporting. Your day to day will include: Providing insights to business partners to advise and assist with solutions;Month end processing including journals, time-sheet analysis, variance analysis on spend;Developing benefits realisation framework to be incorporated into business cases;Forecasting and forward planning, contributing to the annual budget and planning process;Developing policies, procedures and frameworks supporting the portfolio;Working alongside governance team focusing on continuous improvements to governance frameworks;Contributing to reviews of assets, including CAPEX, OPEX, WIP management;Providing mentorship and training where possible to team and business partners.To be considered for this role, you must exhibit a high level of commercial acumen, exceptional interpersonal skills and at least 3 years within a Finance Analyst role. You must have your post graduate qualification (CA/CPA) or are working towards completion. If you think you are suitable for this role it is encouraged that you apply. All applications will be handled and responded to in a quick and timely manner. Randstad has been engaged as a contracted external recruitment partner for the client.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    Financial Officer12 month contract with possible extensionFlexible working arrangementsCompany focused on supporting AustraliansYour new companyOur client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing a scheme which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. Their values reflect passion and commitment to building a positive, participant-centered culture.Your new role The Finance Officer is accountable under limited direction to undertake complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. The position is a team membership position that may be required to perform work that involves team leadership and management responsibilities requiring the setting of priorities and managing workflows of a team.The Finance Officer will provide detailed technical, professional, policy, operational support and advice in relation to complex problems. It may be required to coordinate and assist in the strategic planning, program and project management and policy development that support the objectives.. Analysing and interpreting statistical reports to assist with the development of work plans and strategic planning.Collaborating with stakeholders to resolve issues and ensure effective and timely implementation of projects.Coordinating and providing cost estimates for all internal and external requests for changes to systems.Developing correspondence for stakeholders, such as financial reports, corporate documentation and responses to ministerial submissions.Exercising appropriate delegations in accordance with legislation and guidelines.Managing quality assurance activities and outcomes including the use of integrity/error reporting and the coordination of quality audits.Preparing a range of written material including business cases, reports and corporated documentation.Undertaking quality assurance of feasibility and cost estimates, assumptions and justifications.Undertaking detailed financial analysis of branch/division’s variance to budget and forecast.Undertaking financial administration and across the division’s cost centers and projects, includingbudgets, monitoring, forecasting and accruals.What you will need to exceedCommunicate clear information and instructions to other team membersHelp a team achieve its goals by sharing information, involving team members in decisions, and demonstrating commitment to the teamApproach change positively and adjust quickly when faced with changes in work responsibilities, processes, or environmentManage one’s time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently and on schedule despite distractions or other obstaclesHandle stress appropriately and maintain effective performance when facing pressure or oppositionPersist in achieving goals when faced with obstacles by doubling efforts or trying multiple strategiesSet high standards of performance, quality, and accountability for oneself and othersNext stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gatesrandstad.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.
    Financial Officer12 month contract with possible extensionFlexible working arrangementsCompany focused on supporting AustraliansYour new companyOur client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing a scheme which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. Their values reflect passion and commitment to building a positive, participant-centered culture.Your new role The Finance Officer is accountable under limited direction to undertake complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. The position is a team membership position that may be required to perform work that involves team leadership and management responsibilities requiring the setting of priorities and managing workflows of a team.The Finance Officer will provide detailed technical, professional, policy, operational support and advice in relation to complex problems. It may be required to coordinate and assist in the strategic planning, program and project management and policy development that support the objectives.. Analysing and interpreting statistical reports to assist with the development of work plans and strategic planning.Collaborating with stakeholders to resolve issues and ensure effective and timely implementation of projects.Coordinating and providing cost estimates for all internal and external requests for changes to systems.Developing correspondence for stakeholders, such as financial reports, corporate documentation and responses to ministerial submissions.Exercising appropriate delegations in accordance with legislation and guidelines.Managing quality assurance activities and outcomes including the use of integrity/error reporting and the coordination of quality audits.Preparing a range of written material including business cases, reports and corporated documentation.Undertaking quality assurance of feasibility and cost estimates, assumptions and justifications.Undertaking detailed financial analysis of branch/division’s variance to budget and forecast.Undertaking financial administration and across the division’s cost centers and projects, includingbudgets, monitoring, forecasting and accruals.What you will need to exceedCommunicate clear information and instructions to other team membersHelp a team achieve its goals by sharing information, involving team members in decisions, and demonstrating commitment to the teamApproach change positively and adjust quickly when faced with changes in work responsibilities, processes, or environmentManage one’s time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently and on schedule despite distractions or other obstaclesHandle stress appropriately and maintain effective performance when facing pressure or oppositionPersist in achieving goals when faced with obstacles by doubling efforts or trying multiple strategiesSet high standards of performance, quality, and accountability for oneself and othersNext stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gatesrandstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANTImmediate start2month contract - extention highly possible - ongoing rolelocal Government BodyOur diversity and inclusion outcome pillars 1. We are connected to liveable, inclusive, sustainable communities 2. We are diverse 3. We are inclusive and flexible 4. We are safe and respectfulPosition purposeThe Finance Manager is a key member of the Group Finance Team supporting the Group Finance Manager to provide expert financial management advice to support senior managers and stakeholders on all aspects relating to the Group. The Finance Manager is the primary relationship holder with divisional executives and will build an intimate understanding of their allocated division’s financial position and resourcing requirements.Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications• An appropriate business or finance related qualification is highly desirable.• A professional accounting qualification (CPA or CA) is preferable.Accountabilities• Build strong and effective working relationships with divisional executives and staff, coaching for understanding and change in financial impacts and resolving issues for divisions and groups, seeking input, and presenting clear options for decision.• Undertake annual business planning and budgeting activities with the division. This includes understanding their work program, identifying potential budget pressures and working with divisional executives, the Group Finance Manager, and the broader Finance division to identify solutions or mitigation actions and build the budget accordingly.• Lead reporting processes occurring across the department and ensure the divisional executive can take advantage of opportunities or meet their corporate obligations. This includes preparing information on behalf of the division for sign-off and supporting potential budget bids.• Undertake day-to-day budget monitoring, ensuring divisions are managing their budget in line with legislated and policy requirements, working with divisions to phase, load and monitor budgets across the year.• Ensure the integrity of the general ledger and compliance with the Financial Management Act 1994.• Proactively provide user friendly information and insights to executives to enable strong decision making,such as monthly dashboards and reporting on workforce resources and other inputs.• Undertake analysis and provide advice on business and financial matters.• Practice cultural safety by creating diverse and inclusive environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.Please dont hesitate to applycontact Alana Gates on 0421988121alana.gates@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.
    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANTImmediate start2month contract - extention highly possible - ongoing rolelocal Government BodyOur diversity and inclusion outcome pillars 1. We are connected to liveable, inclusive, sustainable communities 2. We are diverse 3. We are inclusive and flexible 4. We are safe and respectfulPosition purposeThe Finance Manager is a key member of the Group Finance Team supporting the Group Finance Manager to provide expert financial management advice to support senior managers and stakeholders on all aspects relating to the Group. The Finance Manager is the primary relationship holder with divisional executives and will build an intimate understanding of their allocated division’s financial position and resourcing requirements.Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications• An appropriate business or finance related qualification is highly desirable.• A professional accounting qualification (CPA or CA) is preferable.Accountabilities• Build strong and effective working relationships with divisional executives and staff, coaching for understanding and change in financial impacts and resolving issues for divisions and groups, seeking input, and presenting clear options for decision.• Undertake annual business planning and budgeting activities with the division. This includes understanding their work program, identifying potential budget pressures and working with divisional executives, the Group Finance Manager, and the broader Finance division to identify solutions or mitigation actions and build the budget accordingly.• Lead reporting processes occurring across the department and ensure the divisional executive can take advantage of opportunities or meet their corporate obligations. This includes preparing information on behalf of the division for sign-off and supporting potential budget bids.• Undertake day-to-day budget monitoring, ensuring divisions are managing their budget in line with legislated and policy requirements, working with divisions to phase, load and monitor budgets across the year.• Ensure the integrity of the general ledger and compliance with the Financial Management Act 1994.• Proactively provide user friendly information and insights to executives to enable strong decision making,such as monthly dashboards and reporting on workforce resources and other inputs.• Undertake analysis and provide advice on business and financial matters.• Practice cultural safety by creating diverse and inclusive environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.Please dont hesitate to applycontact Alana Gates on 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    financial Accounting ManagerYour new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The role leads a number of teams responsible for financial reporting, taxation, systems accounting and asset accounting. This role also manages a number of significant finance projects and the department’s external reporting obligations to external authorities and stakeholders such as the Risk and Audit Committee.Demonstrate leadership, excellent project management skills, accounting expertise and the ability to liaise and stakeholders management skills are necessary. Good knowledge of government policy, accounting standards, taxation law and Crown land is required.Leading, managing and motivating a high performing, capable and customer focussed team to deliver required outcomes.Oversee a number of significant finance projects which include complex accounting arrangements. This includes managing the projects from start to end including analyzing issues from different perspectives and drawing sound inferences from information available and monitoring the projects performance against objectives.Lead and coordinate the delivery of the department’s external reporting obligations (including to the annual financial statements) to external authorities, DTF, VAGO and ATO including the provision of accurate and timely advice on accounting issues.Consults, liaises and influences key stakeholders internally and externally.Prepare a variety of written communications including memorandums in a clear, appropriate and unambiguous fashion, making well supported recommendations proposing workable solutions to problems.Represent finance on key internal financial reporting working groups and prepare and be available to attend the Risk and Audit Committee.To practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to exceedBe able to build a professional network both within and outside of the public sector to identify best practice approaches and solutions which will improve organization-wide business performance.Critical thinking and problem solving: Takes into account wider business context within the business unit when considering options to resolve issues; Identifies recurring problems and prevents future recurrence by integrating solutions into the work process.Influencing and persuasion: Gains agreement to proposals and ideas; Build behind the scenes support for ideas to ensure buy-in and ownership; Uses chains of indirect influence to achieve outcomes; Involves experts or other third parties to strengthen caseCommunicates orally in a manner that is clear, fluent and holds the listeners' attention; Able to deal with difficult and sensitive topics and questions.Stakeholder management: Identifies issues in common for one or more clients or stakeholders and uses them to build mutually beneficial partnerships; Identifies and responds to stakeholder’s underlying needsThe department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsThe applicant must have a degree in accounting and finance and be CA or CPA qualified.Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@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.
    financial Accounting ManagerYour new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The role leads a number of teams responsible for financial reporting, taxation, systems accounting and asset accounting. This role also manages a number of significant finance projects and the department’s external reporting obligations to external authorities and stakeholders such as the Risk and Audit Committee.Demonstrate leadership, excellent project management skills, accounting expertise and the ability to liaise and stakeholders management skills are necessary. Good knowledge of government policy, accounting standards, taxation law and Crown land is required.Leading, managing and motivating a high performing, capable and customer focussed team to deliver required outcomes.Oversee a number of significant finance projects which include complex accounting arrangements. This includes managing the projects from start to end including analyzing issues from different perspectives and drawing sound inferences from information available and monitoring the projects performance against objectives.Lead and coordinate the delivery of the department’s external reporting obligations (including to the annual financial statements) to external authorities, DTF, VAGO and ATO including the provision of accurate and timely advice on accounting issues.Consults, liaises and influences key stakeholders internally and externally.Prepare a variety of written communications including memorandums in a clear, appropriate and unambiguous fashion, making well supported recommendations proposing workable solutions to problems.Represent finance on key internal financial reporting working groups and prepare and be available to attend the Risk and Audit Committee.To practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to exceedBe able to build a professional network both within and outside of the public sector to identify best practice approaches and solutions which will improve organization-wide business performance.Critical thinking and problem solving: Takes into account wider business context within the business unit when considering options to resolve issues; Identifies recurring problems and prevents future recurrence by integrating solutions into the work process.Influencing and persuasion: Gains agreement to proposals and ideas; Build behind the scenes support for ideas to ensure buy-in and ownership; Uses chains of indirect influence to achieve outcomes; Involves experts or other third parties to strengthen caseCommunicates orally in a manner that is clear, fluent and holds the listeners' attention; Able to deal with difficult and sensitive topics and questions.Stakeholder management: Identifies issues in common for one or more clients or stakeholders and uses them to build mutually beneficial partnerships; Identifies and responds to stakeholder’s underlying needsThe department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsThe applicant must have a degree in accounting and finance and be CA or CPA qualified.Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    Financial AnalystYour new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Financial Analyst is a key member of the Group Finance Team supporting the Group Finance Manager to provide expert financial management advice to support senior managers and stakeholders on all aspects relating to the Group. The Financial Analyst will assist with in maintaining relationships with divisional executives and senior managers and will build an intimate understanding of their allocated division’s financial position andresourcing requirementsProvide advice to a wide range of stakeholders including other divisional staff, senior group managers, through the effective analysis of financial information, the interpretation and application of legislation and accounting standards.Undertake day-to-day budget monitoring, ensuring divisions are managing their budget in line with legislation and policy requirements, working with divisions to phase, load and monitor budgets across the year.Ensure the integrity of the General Ledger by performing monthly General Ledger reconciliations, reviewing accounts, transactions, and providing recommendations for process improvement.Assist with the preparation of financial reports and attend to inquiries from stakeholders including departmental management, DTF and other government agencies.Work collaboratively with other Finance staff to resolve group accounting issues and their impact on the Department’s general ledger and financial reports.Participate in the delivery of key projects in Financial Management and Reporting.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to exceedFinancial Planning and Analysis: Reviews, interpret and present financial and non-financial data, forecasting trends and analysing variances to support organisation decision makingCritical thinking and problem solving: Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyzes ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems.Working Collaboratively: Build a supportive and cooperative team environment; Engages other teams to share information in order to understand or respond to issues; Support others in challenging situations The department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsAn appropriate business or finance related qualification is highly desirable.A professional accounting qualification (CPA or CA) is preferable.A good knowledge and experience in financial analysis.Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@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.
    Financial AnalystYour new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Financial Analyst is a key member of the Group Finance Team supporting the Group Finance Manager to provide expert financial management advice to support senior managers and stakeholders on all aspects relating to the Group. The Financial Analyst will assist with in maintaining relationships with divisional executives and senior managers and will build an intimate understanding of their allocated division’s financial position andresourcing requirementsProvide advice to a wide range of stakeholders including other divisional staff, senior group managers, through the effective analysis of financial information, the interpretation and application of legislation and accounting standards.Undertake day-to-day budget monitoring, ensuring divisions are managing their budget in line with legislation and policy requirements, working with divisions to phase, load and monitor budgets across the year.Ensure the integrity of the General Ledger by performing monthly General Ledger reconciliations, reviewing accounts, transactions, and providing recommendations for process improvement.Assist with the preparation of financial reports and attend to inquiries from stakeholders including departmental management, DTF and other government agencies.Work collaboratively with other Finance staff to resolve group accounting issues and their impact on the Department’s general ledger and financial reports.Participate in the delivery of key projects in Financial Management and Reporting.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to exceedFinancial Planning and Analysis: Reviews, interpret and present financial and non-financial data, forecasting trends and analysing variances to support organisation decision makingCritical thinking and problem solving: Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyzes ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems.Working Collaboratively: Build a supportive and cooperative team environment; Engages other teams to share information in order to understand or respond to issues; Support others in challenging situations The department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsAn appropriate business or finance related qualification is highly desirable.A professional accounting qualification (CPA or CA) is preferable.A good knowledge and experience in financial analysis.Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    Asset Accountant Your new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Asset Analyst is a critical member of the Asset Accounting Team, providing asset accounting advice to key stakeholders and coordinates a number of monthly and annual asset processes such as the monthly fixed asset movement schedule and annual asset confirmation process. The role contributes to the fixed asset schedules that form part of the department’s annual financial statements and ensure the integrity of the fixed asset register. Provide advice and guidance on asset accounting issues to the department (divisions, finance), small entities and portfolio entities, and advice on department policy for accounting for land, roads, structures, plant and equipment. Contribute to managing the integrity of the fixed asset register and identify business improvement opportunities to improve systems, processes and practices. Contribute to the department’s annual financial statements by preparing accurate and timely fixed asset schedules. Complete monthly account reconciliation (including the movement reconciliation) and reconciliation to the various asset management databases (Landfolio, Asset Management System) to the fixed asset register. Coordinate the assessment and processing of land transactions, construction in progress, depreciation, useful lives of assets and impairment reviews. Contribute to the asset valuation processes, including the annual assessment of the movement in asset values, asset recognition valuation, interim valuations, and the 5 yearly independent valuation. Engage the Valuer General and ensure valuation are reasonable and timely. Contribute to a number of finance projects which include the department’s accounting for service concession arrangements, Crown land and right of use leases and other continuous improvement projects. To practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to succeedFinance operations and systems knowledge. Utilizing and managing financial information systems, and providing governance, management and control of transaction processes. Evaluating financial information systems with clarity and efficiency Financial accounting and statutory reporting: Utilizing financial data to conduct timely and accurate reporting that complies with accounting standards, legislation and organizational policies. Interprets and applies applicable compliance requirements, legislation, and financial accounting and reporting frameworksPrepares, reviews and evaluates asset information and reports accurately and efficiently, taking corrective actions with discrepancies or errors; Proactively identifies opportunities to provide accounting advice to support the accuracy of data Finance business partnering: Building and maintaining productive relationships with stakeholders to provide financial management advice that aligns with organizational objectives and strategies. Partners with internal clients to provide accounting support, address financial recording and reporting issues, and to identify opportunities to enhance recording, analysis or reporting processes.Critical thinking and problem solving: Objectively analyze and evaluate available data, points of view, needs of stakeholders and potential solutions before recommending relevant actions or decisions. Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyses ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems. IThe department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@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.
    Asset Accountant Your new companyOur client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Asset Analyst is a critical member of the Asset Accounting Team, providing asset accounting advice to key stakeholders and coordinates a number of monthly and annual asset processes such as the monthly fixed asset movement schedule and annual asset confirmation process. The role contributes to the fixed asset schedules that form part of the department’s annual financial statements and ensure the integrity of the fixed asset register. Provide advice and guidance on asset accounting issues to the department (divisions, finance), small entities and portfolio entities, and advice on department policy for accounting for land, roads, structures, plant and equipment. Contribute to managing the integrity of the fixed asset register and identify business improvement opportunities to improve systems, processes and practices. Contribute to the department’s annual financial statements by preparing accurate and timely fixed asset schedules. Complete monthly account reconciliation (including the movement reconciliation) and reconciliation to the various asset management databases (Landfolio, Asset Management System) to the fixed asset register. Coordinate the assessment and processing of land transactions, construction in progress, depreciation, useful lives of assets and impairment reviews. Contribute to the asset valuation processes, including the annual assessment of the movement in asset values, asset recognition valuation, interim valuations, and the 5 yearly independent valuation. Engage the Valuer General and ensure valuation are reasonable and timely. Contribute to a number of finance projects which include the department’s accounting for service concession arrangements, Crown land and right of use leases and other continuous improvement projects. To practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued and able to participate.What you will need to succeedFinance operations and systems knowledge. Utilizing and managing financial information systems, and providing governance, management and control of transaction processes. Evaluating financial information systems with clarity and efficiency Financial accounting and statutory reporting: Utilizing financial data to conduct timely and accurate reporting that complies with accounting standards, legislation and organizational policies. Interprets and applies applicable compliance requirements, legislation, and financial accounting and reporting frameworksPrepares, reviews and evaluates asset information and reports accurately and efficiently, taking corrective actions with discrepancies or errors; Proactively identifies opportunities to provide accounting advice to support the accuracy of data Finance business partnering: Building and maintaining productive relationships with stakeholders to provide financial management advice that aligns with organizational objectives and strategies. Partners with internal clients to provide accounting support, address financial recording and reporting issues, and to identify opportunities to enhance recording, analysis or reporting processes.Critical thinking and problem solving: Objectively analyze and evaluate available data, points of view, needs of stakeholders and potential solutions before recommending relevant actions or decisions. Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyses ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems. IThe department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    Financial AccountantYour new company Our client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Financial Accountant is responsible for providing technical expertise and strategic guidance to internal stakeholders across the Department through partnering and consultation. This includes establishing systems and processes to account for the various energy and other schemes which the department is supporting. The role requires high level communication and analytical skills, specialist financial skills in the application of financial instruments and the ability to build effective relationships with key stakeholder Act as accounting specialist within the Finance division in respect to financial reporting projects and new initiatives across the organisationDevelop and implement financial accounting models for determining the fair value of complex financial transactions and balances in line with the Australian Accounting StandardsDevelop a framework and provide expert advice in the ongoing management of financial projects and business initiatives through process flows, proforma journal entries and timelines;Develop and implement accounting policies in line with the Australian Accounting Standards, whole of government reporting directives, existing accounting policies to ensure compliance with financial reporting frameworks pertaining to financial projects and new business initiativesFacilitate and assist in the design and implementation of financial risk management assessments providing assurance on accuracy, validity and completeness of financial reporting relating to existing and upcoming complex financial projectLiaise and assist other areas within Finance in assessing the financial accounting impacts of prospective projects and business initiatives on the department’s and State’s fiscal aggregates, along with advice informing the development of accurate, valid and complete financial transaction flows and system entries for management and budget reportingBuild and maintain strong working relationships, and undertake necessary negotiations, between the Finance division, Project and Policy Officers What you will need to exceed Critical thinking and problem solving: Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyzes ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems.Working Collaboratively: Build a supportive and cooperative team environment; Engages other teams to share information in order to understand or respond to issues; Support others in challenging situations Influencing and persuasion: Gains agreement to proposals and ideas; Build behind the scenes support for ideas to ensure buy-in and ownership; Uses chains of indirect influence to achieve outcomes; Involves experts or other third parties to strengthen caseCommunicate with impact: Makes a positive impression on others and comes across with credibility; Communicates orally in a manner that is clear, fluent and holds the listeners' attention; Able to deal with difficult and sensitive topics and questions. Stakeholder management: Identifies issues in common for one or more clients or stakeholders and uses them to build mutually beneficial partnerships; Identifies and responds to stakeholder’s underlying needs; Uses understanding of the stakeholder’s organizational context to ensure outcomes are achieved The department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next steps The applicant must have a degree in accounting and finance and be CA or CPA qualified Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@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.
    Financial AccountantYour new company Our client, focuses on bringing together planning, local government and infrastructure, environment, climate change, energy and water functions, to ensure an integrated approach to the development of long-term State and regional strategies thatbuild on social, environmental and economic opportunities to provide for future population growth and change. Your new role The Financial Accountant is responsible for providing technical expertise and strategic guidance to internal stakeholders across the Department through partnering and consultation. This includes establishing systems and processes to account for the various energy and other schemes which the department is supporting. The role requires high level communication and analytical skills, specialist financial skills in the application of financial instruments and the ability to build effective relationships with key stakeholder Act as accounting specialist within the Finance division in respect to financial reporting projects and new initiatives across the organisationDevelop and implement financial accounting models for determining the fair value of complex financial transactions and balances in line with the Australian Accounting StandardsDevelop a framework and provide expert advice in the ongoing management of financial projects and business initiatives through process flows, proforma journal entries and timelines;Develop and implement accounting policies in line with the Australian Accounting Standards, whole of government reporting directives, existing accounting policies to ensure compliance with financial reporting frameworks pertaining to financial projects and new business initiativesFacilitate and assist in the design and implementation of financial risk management assessments providing assurance on accuracy, validity and completeness of financial reporting relating to existing and upcoming complex financial projectLiaise and assist other areas within Finance in assessing the financial accounting impacts of prospective projects and business initiatives on the department’s and State’s fiscal aggregates, along with advice informing the development of accurate, valid and complete financial transaction flows and system entries for management and budget reportingBuild and maintain strong working relationships, and undertake necessary negotiations, between the Finance division, Project and Policy Officers What you will need to exceed Critical thinking and problem solving: Resolves issues through deep understanding or interpretation of existing guidelines. Where guidelines are not available, analyzes ideas available and takes action through self, or in consultation with others to resolve problems.Working Collaboratively: Build a supportive and cooperative team environment; Engages other teams to share information in order to understand or respond to issues; Support others in challenging situations Influencing and persuasion: Gains agreement to proposals and ideas; Build behind the scenes support for ideas to ensure buy-in and ownership; Uses chains of indirect influence to achieve outcomes; Involves experts or other third parties to strengthen caseCommunicate with impact: Makes a positive impression on others and comes across with credibility; Communicates orally in a manner that is clear, fluent and holds the listeners' attention; Able to deal with difficult and sensitive topics and questions. Stakeholder management: Identifies issues in common for one or more clients or stakeholders and uses them to build mutually beneficial partnerships; Identifies and responds to stakeholder’s underlying needs; Uses understanding of the stakeholder’s organizational context to ensure outcomes are achieved The department's values are: Teamwork, Service Excellence, Ownership and Wellbeing & Safety.Next steps The applicant must have a degree in accounting and finance and be CA or CPA qualified Think you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • contract
    • full-time
    Accounts Payable OfficerImmediate startYour new companyOur client, a local government body, is a value based organisation, committed to achieving excellence through their core philosophy of honesty, trust, customer focus and innovation. Your new role Key responsibilities include management of supplier accounts including maintaining theaccuracy of supplier invoices, timely payment of invoices within organisational timeframes and cash flow cycles and month end requirements. Processing of supplier invoices in a timely manner, ensuring accuracy of data entryReconcile supplier account statements and maintain accurate supplier recordsPrepare EFT payment runs for invoices due as per MCEC’s payment termsReview the bank statement on a daily basis and ensure all payments, such as payroll or direct debits, are posted and clearedReview and investigate payable reports such as outstanding accruals on a monthly basis.Ensure accounts payable policies and procedures are adhered to and maintained on an ongoing basisMaintain the corporate credit card system including regular audits, monitoring of card use, training of credit card holders, canceling and application of cards. Also ensuring correct coding of transactions and compliance with applicable company and government policiesPrepare month end balance sheet reconciliations within required timeframesAssist in the production of timely and accurate reports as required by the Financial Controller or Head of FinanceWhat you will need to exceedA professional customer service approach with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees, and external suppliersExcellent attention to detail with high level of literacy and numeracyMotivated to achieve and learn and extend across finance functions. A self-starter.Works well within a team and assists in balancing work loadsDeadline driven and conscious of inter-dependency between functionsAbility to maintain confidentiality with both supplier and company informationGood working knowledge of the MS Office package (including Excel)Next stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Accounts Payable OfficerImmediate startYour new companyOur client, a local government body, is a value based organisation, committed to achieving excellence through their core philosophy of honesty, trust, customer focus and innovation. Your new role Key responsibilities include management of supplier accounts including maintaining theaccuracy of supplier invoices, timely payment of invoices within organisational timeframes and cash flow cycles and month end requirements. Processing of supplier invoices in a timely manner, ensuring accuracy of data entryReconcile supplier account statements and maintain accurate supplier recordsPrepare EFT payment runs for invoices due as per MCEC’s payment termsReview the bank statement on a daily basis and ensure all payments, such as payroll or direct debits, are posted and clearedReview and investigate payable reports such as outstanding accruals on a monthly basis.Ensure accounts payable policies and procedures are adhered to and maintained on an ongoing basisMaintain the corporate credit card system including regular audits, monitoring of card use, training of credit card holders, canceling and application of cards. Also ensuring correct coding of transactions and compliance with applicable company and government policiesPrepare month end balance sheet reconciliations within required timeframesAssist in the production of timely and accurate reports as required by the Financial Controller or Head of FinanceWhat you will need to exceedA professional customer service approach with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees, and external suppliersExcellent attention to detail with high level of literacy and numeracyMotivated to achieve and learn and extend across finance functions. A self-starter.Works well within a team and assists in balancing work loadsDeadline driven and conscious of inter-dependency between functionsAbility to maintain confidentiality with both supplier and company informationGood working knowledge of the MS Office package (including Excel)Next stepsThink you'll be a great fit for the role? Press the apply button or please contact Alana Gates 0421988121alana.gates@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
    • contract
    • AU$125,000 - AU$150,000, per year, Package (Negotiable)
    • full-time
    A unique opportunity has come up for a motivated Finance Analyst for a large financial services organisation here in Brisbane. As a house-hold name, this leading organisation has recently undergone a large acquisition, and as a result is undergoing an incredible growth phase. There is an opportunity for an initial 6-month contract with a possibilty of extension. The role is for an experienced Finance Analyst, supporting the Senior Manager within the Finance Business Partnering division. The team is currently four people who work in a hybrid arrangement. This role will suit an experienced Finance Analyst, preferably with a background in Financial Services, however is open to other industries.The role of the Finance Analyst is:To support the portfolio in all financial matters;To effectively partner across the wider business;To be responsible for producing data, reporting and analytics which is required to support the portfolio;To Advise on business case development, forecasting and financial governance;To contribute to the committee reporting and governance, and stakeholder groups;To support business decisions at all levels (strategic planning, resource allocation, process efficiency and other ad-hoc analysis) as well as for internal and external reporting. Your day to day will include: Providing insights to business partners to advise and assist with solutions;Month end processing including journals, time-sheet analysis, variance analysis on spend;Developing benefits realisation framework to be incorporated into business cases;Forecasting and forward planning, contributing to the annual budget and planning process;Developing policies, procedures and frameworks supporting the portfolio;Working alongside governance team focusing on continuous improvements to governance frameworks;Contributing to reviews of assets, including CAPEX, OPEX, WIP management;Providing mentorship and training where possible to team and business partners.To be considered for this role, you must exhibit a high level of commercial acumen, exceptional interpersonal skills and at least 3 years within a Finance Analyst role. You must have your post graduate qualification (CA/CPA) or are working towards completion. If you think you are suitable for this role it is encouraged that you apply. All applications will be handled and responded to in a quick and timely manner. Randstad has been engaged as a contracted external recruitment partner for the client.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.
    A unique opportunity has come up for a motivated Finance Analyst for a large financial services organisation here in Brisbane. As a house-hold name, this leading organisation has recently undergone a large acquisition, and as a result is undergoing an incredible growth phase. There is an opportunity for an initial 6-month contract with a possibilty of extension. The role is for an experienced Finance Analyst, supporting the Senior Manager within the Finance Business Partnering division. The team is currently four people who work in a hybrid arrangement. This role will suit an experienced Finance Analyst, preferably with a background in Financial Services, however is open to other industries.The role of the Finance Analyst is:To support the portfolio in all financial matters;To effectively partner across the wider business;To be responsible for producing data, reporting and analytics which is required to support the portfolio;To Advise on business case development, forecasting and financial governance;To contribute to the committee reporting and governance, and stakeholder groups;To support business decisions at all levels (strategic planning, resource allocation, process efficiency and other ad-hoc analysis) as well as for internal and external reporting. Your day to day will include: Providing insights to business partners to advise and assist with solutions;Month end processing including journals, time-sheet analysis, variance analysis on spend;Developing benefits realisation framework to be incorporated into business cases;Forecasting and forward planning, contributing to the annual budget and planning process;Developing policies, procedures and frameworks supporting the portfolio;Working alongside governance team focusing on continuous improvements to governance frameworks;Contributing to reviews of assets, including CAPEX, OPEX, WIP management;Providing mentorship and training where possible to team and business partners.To be considered for this role, you must exhibit a high level of commercial acumen, exceptional interpersonal skills and at least 3 years within a Finance Analyst role. You must have your post graduate qualification (CA/CPA) or are working towards completion. If you think you are suitable for this role it is encouraged that you apply. All applications will be handled and responded to in a quick and timely manner. Randstad has been engaged as a contracted external recruitment partner for the client.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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