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        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$60.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, Competitive
        • full-time
        Project OfficerA fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Project Officer to work on large and complex capital works projects for a local government agency. It is one of the the largest Councils in New South Wale by population, with more than 361,000 residents. Their vision for the future is 'A leading organisation that collaborate and innovates'.The roleThis is a great opportunity for a Project officer to work with a diverse and welcoming team. You will be tasked with assisting Project Managers in all aspects of the project life cycle and delivery, including developing project schedules and budgets. You will receive support from managers and colleagues.The PersonYou are a great candidate if you are capable of coordinating multiple tasks at once to ensure they are achieved in a cost effective and operationally efficient manner, you have worked in a similar position for at least 5 years in either the public or private sector. A background in civil engineering or construction and build is essential. An understanding of the project life cycle would be beneficial. To ApplyTo be considered for the opportunity, you can send your updated CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        Project OfficerA fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Project Officer to work on large and complex capital works projects for a local government agency. It is one of the the largest Councils in New South Wale by population, with more than 361,000 residents. Their vision for the future is 'A leading organisation that collaborate and innovates'.The roleThis is a great opportunity for a Project officer to work with a diverse and welcoming team. You will be tasked with assisting Project Managers in all aspects of the project life cycle and delivery, including developing project schedules and budgets. You will receive support from managers and colleagues.The PersonYou are a great candidate if you are capable of coordinating multiple tasks at once to ensure they are achieved in a cost effective and operationally efficient manner, you have worked in a similar position for at least 5 years in either the public or private sector. A background in civil engineering or construction and build is essential. An understanding of the project life cycle would be beneficial. To ApplyTo be considered for the opportunity, you can send your updated CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        • albury, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$110,000, per year, attractive package
        • full-time
        Wangaratta locationFull time hoursPermanent opportunityAbout the role The Coordinator Financial Services will be responsible for leading the delivery of Accounting and Financial Services to the organisation through effective management. You will be responsible for managing, leading and developing the 3 members of the Finance team. Within this role you will work closely with the Finance Manager in the efficient and effective provision of financial advice, management systems and administration for the organisation and Finance Unit. This role will include: Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely regulatory, statutory and financial reporting such as the annual financial statements, performance reporting and Victorian Grants Commission return.Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely accounts payable and ensure appropriate controls are in place in respect of supplier management.Facilitate the Annual External Audit process including annual statements through to finalisation within the statutory timeframe.Coordinate month- and year-end processes including communicating with all stakeholders, ensuring all month end journals are completed, preparing and validating reconciliations and working papers, and reviewing financial results to ensure accuracy.Oversee banking and treasury functions including monitoring bank balances, term deposits and loans, banking administration, credit cards, cash flow modelling and ensuring timely reconciliation Council’s bank accounts.Ensure that accounting records are kept up to date in the prescribed manner and that funds are managed in the best interests of the Council at all times.Supervise, coach, develop and motivate the Accounts Payable / Accounting team to foster a high performing team environmentCoordinate the administration of Council’s finance system to ensure effective use in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards, the Local Government Act, and Regulations, taxation legislation and other statutory requirements.Provide high level technical support, advice and training to users of Council’s finance system, design and implement enhancements to the system and implement upgrades as required.Plan, coordinate and implement internal system controls (preventative and detective) to provide quality assurance over financial data and ensure integrity of the general ledger.What you'll need to succeed To be successful within this position you will have demonstrated experience working with a multi-layered organisation. To be considered for this opportunity you will require the following experience and qualifications; Degree qualification in accounting with minimum 2 years’ professional experience relevant to the position.Experience in managing staff in a Finance/Accounting Department.A thorough understanding of digital and data systems and the applications that may be applied relating to financial management and reporting.Detailed knowledge of all relevant Acts, Regulations and financial procedures, especially the ability to interpret and apply Australian Accounting Standards or other relevant legislation.A current drivers license.What you will get in return Working for the Local Government brings with it many benefits including Starting salary range between $85,000 - $97,000 plus superFlexible work hoursWorkplace professional development opportunitiesIf you feel this role may suit you please click APPLY NOW. Or alternatively, email Madde Heron on maddeson.heron@randstad.com.au for a confidential conversation. Please note: Due to the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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.
        Wangaratta locationFull time hoursPermanent opportunityAbout the role The Coordinator Financial Services will be responsible for leading the delivery of Accounting and Financial Services to the organisation through effective management. You will be responsible for managing, leading and developing the 3 members of the Finance team. Within this role you will work closely with the Finance Manager in the efficient and effective provision of financial advice, management systems and administration for the organisation and Finance Unit. This role will include: Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely regulatory, statutory and financial reporting such as the annual financial statements, performance reporting and Victorian Grants Commission return.Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely accounts payable and ensure appropriate controls are in place in respect of supplier management.Facilitate the Annual External Audit process including annual statements through to finalisation within the statutory timeframe.Coordinate month- and year-end processes including communicating with all stakeholders, ensuring all month end journals are completed, preparing and validating reconciliations and working papers, and reviewing financial results to ensure accuracy.Oversee banking and treasury functions including monitoring bank balances, term deposits and loans, banking administration, credit cards, cash flow modelling and ensuring timely reconciliation Council’s bank accounts.Ensure that accounting records are kept up to date in the prescribed manner and that funds are managed in the best interests of the Council at all times.Supervise, coach, develop and motivate the Accounts Payable / Accounting team to foster a high performing team environmentCoordinate the administration of Council’s finance system to ensure effective use in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards, the Local Government Act, and Regulations, taxation legislation and other statutory requirements.Provide high level technical support, advice and training to users of Council’s finance system, design and implement enhancements to the system and implement upgrades as required.Plan, coordinate and implement internal system controls (preventative and detective) to provide quality assurance over financial data and ensure integrity of the general ledger.What you'll need to succeed To be successful within this position you will have demonstrated experience working with a multi-layered organisation. To be considered for this opportunity you will require the following experience and qualifications; Degree qualification in accounting with minimum 2 years’ professional experience relevant to the position.Experience in managing staff in a Finance/Accounting Department.A thorough understanding of digital and data systems and the applications that may be applied relating to financial management and reporting.Detailed knowledge of all relevant Acts, Regulations and financial procedures, especially the ability to interpret and apply Australian Accounting Standards or other relevant legislation.A current drivers license.What you will get in return Working for the Local Government brings with it many benefits including Starting salary range between $85,000 - $97,000 plus superFlexible work hoursWorkplace professional development opportunitiesIf you feel this role may suit you please click APPLY NOW. Or alternatively, email Madde Heron on maddeson.heron@randstad.com.au for a confidential conversation. Please note: Due to the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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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