Finance Officer

About the Role

Take ownership of all end to end finance duties, from invoicing and end of month activities up to budgeting, analysis and grant reporting to support at a strategic level. Reporting directly to the Senior Manager HR, this is a standalone finance role that will see you working collaboratively within a small team environment to support overall organisational goals. This role would be well suited to an experienced accountant who is looking for work-life balance and to make a difference in an organisation with purpose. 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Full function accounts payables and receivables

  • Processing fortnightly payroll

  • Grant reporting and acquittals

  • Bank reconciliations and GL reconciliations

  • End of month management reports

  • Preparation of financial statements

  • Assist with annual audit process

  • Preparation of budget

  • Provide support to management with analysis and commentary

  • Streamline processes and procedures or other ad hoc duties as required

Skills, Experience and Attributes

  • Demonstrated experience with full function accounting duties within a small team environment

  • Ideally you will be familiar with MYOB or similar small practice accounting software

  • High level of attention to detail and personal initiative

  • Strong team player with a willingness to help others as required

  • Genuinely interested in making a difference in the lives of others

Benefits and Culture
This organisation fosters a friendly, honest and supportive team environment. Additional benefits include:

  • An incredible opportunity to make a difference in mental health and suicide prevention 

  • 5 weeks of annual leave, plus a monthly RDO

  • Appealing base salary with 14.5% superannuation and salary sacrificing available

  • Travel insurance and income protection offered

About the Company 

Our client is a national suicide prevention organisation, focused on delivering evidence-based suicide awareness and prevention programs. They deliver an integrated program of community development and support, utilising training as a tool to raise awareness about suicide and mental health in the building and construction industry.

Please include a covering letter outlining your interest and suitability for the role.

Click on the APPLY button, or contact Ashleigh McFadyen on 07 3846 7730

All Candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application by email or phone.