The RoleWe are looking for an experienced Product Analyst to support the growing needs of the Business.This role will be reporting to the Product Manager and will have direct responsibilities for analyzing internal data to maintain the effectiveness and competitiveness of our pricing matrix. You will also play an active role in supporting the Product Manager in market research, product analysis and improving our stock and product range.The CompanyMultispares is the largest independent supplier of Trucks and Bus Parts in Australia and New Zealand. We are an expanding company with a long- term commitment to our industry and our staff.Our company values initiative and We work in teams to achieve our goalsThe CandidateWe are looking for an individual with strong product knowledge, a good eye for detail and good research and problem solving skills with an organised, systematic approach.The ideal candidate must;Have relevant experience in Sales, Pricing or Product Analysis roles, ideally within the Truck, Bus or Automotive industries.Have demonstrated strong analytical and research skills.Have the ability to contribute ideas and demonstrate initiative and flexibility.Be able to operate effectively within the team through strong communication and networking skills.Have demonstrated good numeracy, accuracy and attention to detail.Have strong IT and Advanced MS Office skills.If you think this is you, feel free to visit our recruitment page and see what our staff have to say about Us.To Apply please go to http://multispares.recruitmenthub.com.au/Login/We offer a competitive Salary Package which includes;Base Salary, Super @ 9.5% and a Salary IProtection nsurance.
Full-time, Fixed Term (9-11 months)$85,000 - $90,000 pa (depending on experience)Maternity Leave ContractThe Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association (operating as PCYC Queensland), is a trusted and respected not-for-profit organisation delivering programs, services and venues to meet community and youth needs across Queensland. We operate over 54 Police-Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYCs) and support more than 73,000 members across Queensland.About the role
The Payroll Manager will manage, direct, control and process the PCYC QLD payroll and all other payroll related duties across State Office and Branches utilising the TechnologyOne payroll system. This role will also directly supervise a Payroll Officer.Key responsibilities include:Overall management of the end-to-end Payroll Function for 1500+ employees per fortnightEnsure full taxation and legislative complianceCalculating variations to salaries, allowances, entitlements and back-paysProcessing monthly superannuation payments and end of month reconciliationsCoaching Branches to process decentralised payroll, including coordinating timesheet data entry and reportingPrepare internal payroll reporting including adhoc reports.About you
To fulfil the requirements of this role you will be expected to meet the following essential criteria:5+ years payroll experience within a large multi-site organisationStrong Payroll system experience - TechnologyOne or similar position based systemDemonstrated Payroll Management and Team Leadership experienceHigh level effective communication, negotiation and interpersonal skillsStrong problem solving and analytical skillsRecognised ability to make recommendations and implement process systems improvementsAbout us
PCYC in partnership with Queensland Police Service (QPS), provides young people with an environment that supports individual development, encourages community connection, and celebrates diversity. Our services and programs aim to develop and support, as well as challenge and inspire, and are designed to meet the unique needs of communities across Queensland.Each day our staff, volunteers and QPS officers work with our members - from the very young to the young at heart - to help them reach their potential and make positive life choices.For more information about this role please view the position description.
Work for the largest privately funded Aboriginal Corporation in AustraliaBecome an integral function of a growing organisationDarwin NT based | competitive package on offer | salary packaging availableEstablished in 1972, the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation, (ALPA), started as a co-operative of community stores in Arnhem Land and has gone from strength to strength. Financially independent and not reliant on external funding or subsidies, ALPA today has grown to be the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia with over 1,200 employees and operating in 27 remote locations across the NT and Queensland.With a vision of "unity through enterprise" ALPA now contributes to the development of local economies and Indigenous business wherever we operate. Activities include: Retail, accommodation and hospitality in partnership with local families, training and employment services through the CDP programs, construction, mechanical workshops, furniture manufacturing and homelands service delivery.About the roleALPA is a highly regarded organisation in Darwin looking for a driven and ambitious Accountant to join their fast growing team! You will be responsible for reporting and reconciling the financial operations for ALPA's divisions and stores, the key purpose of this role is to successfully prepare, deliver and analyse accurate and timely financial information to the businesses. Reporting to one of ALPA's Finance Managers, this is an amazing opportunity with lots of room for career progression in one of the largest finance teams in Darwin.Keys to your success will be:A clear track record of success in a similar role Strong working knowledge of accounting standards, best practice and demonstrated ability to meet tight time frames and effectively manage work flowsSkill in analysing, developing, and recommending financial policies and proceduresWell-developed communication and interpersonal skills | able to communicate and interact with stakeholders and staff at all levelsA professional, conscientious, flexible and positive approach to all tasksTerritory qualifications in Accounting or demonstrated experience in an equivalent roleAbout you:You will be action oriented, have excellent time management skills and be able to create innovative and pragmatic solutions to overcome challengesYou will have strong knowledge, skills & experience in continuous improvement in particular changes in ERP implementation projects.Your ability to think critically and problem solve will help you succeed in this roleYou will be an effective communicator, with strong oral and written skills with the ability to confidently deliver actions, advice and recommendations to all levels.Culture & BenefitsThis is a key role and an exceptional opportunity to join our values driven team at a positive time of progressive change. You will be rewarded for your contributions with a competitive remuneration package and benefits.If you want to join an organisation making a difference to the lives of Indigenous Australians, and truly see your contribution count - don't delay, apply now!Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience.To find out more please contact Eve Bransgrove (Deputy HRM) at firstname.lastname@example.orgAll applications will be treated confidentially.
Job Reference: 3602024 | Location: Darwin | Listed: 28 June 2017
Work with an organisation committed to social justiceWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceSalary Packaging, Meals and Entertainment PackagingFull-timeWintringham provides aged care services to those who are financially disadvantaged and have previously been homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. Our Head Office team, centrally located in Kensington (VIC), provides strategic direction and support services for Wintringham's seven residential ages care facilities and state wide housing and community services teams.Are you a team player who happens to have financial skills, are you inquisitive and driven to dig for the story that goes beyond the numbers with an analytical mind? If you are then this job is for you!We are seeking an Residential Care (Assistant Accountant) to work within the finance team at our Head Office on an ongoing basis. We are looking for a person who has professionalism, enthusiasm, efficiency, an eye for detail and a friendly manner.The successful applicant will have:• Relevant tertiary qualification in accounting or business administration.• Experience and knowledge of residential aged care funding is strongly preferred, along with use of IBA Health (SQL database).• Experience of accounting procedures within residential aged care services.• Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply regulatory requirements and organisational policies and procedures.• Experience with reconciliations of RAD/RAD Receivables (refundable accommodation deposits)• Reconciliation of Residential Aged Care client Trust Accounts and related petty cash transactions• Training and support for facility based administration staff.This role requires a combination of business acumen and accounting knowledge and experience. You will be degree qualified, and have intermediate excel skills. You will have the ability to self manage, prioritise and meet deadlines and have a strong attention to detail.For more information about the role you can download a copy of the Position Description by clicking the ‘PD' link below. Applications can be directed to Caitlin Kingsley (HR Officer) and submitted by clicking on the ‘apply now' button below.Applications close at 5pm on Friday 7th July 2017.Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police records check.
Full-Time, PermanentThe Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association (QPCYWA) is a community-based organisation concerned with the development of youth through the provision of sporting and recreational activities. The QPCYWA has established 54 Police-Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYCs) throughout the State and now has an active membership in excess of 73,000 members state-wide. As a registered, not-for-profit, charitable organisation, the QPCYWA relies upon income from activity attendances, fund raising, community support, grants and subsidies in order to operate. Its affiliation with the Queensland Police Service provides a unique link between Queensland Police and our supporting communities.PCYC Ashmore is looking for an enthusiastic, self motivated and highly accurate Branch Administration Officer who understands accounting principles and is competent in TechOne or any similar accounting package. The role includes all financial management tasks including End of Month/Year reporting. Additional office administration work is also involved. The successful candidate must be able to enter a medium to high volume of data with a high level of accuracy.Some key responsibilities for the role include:Accounts Payable and Receivable processed within required timeframes;Fortnightly payroll is calculated and processed;Preparation of financial and administration reports as required;Maintain HR and administrative information systems and processes.For a full list of the selection criteria please view the position description.
Full time, permanent management roleInnovative manufacturing company, family owned, old school valuesSalary commensurate with experienceAs the successful candidate you will be joining a progressive and dynamic family owned company founded some 30 years ago to specialise in the design and manufacture of quality, high performance bulk handling equipment. Our office and manufacturing facility are located in the town of Dalby in south east Queensland.Demonstrated management experience in a comparable role encompassing administration, financial and human resource tasks will idyllically be reflected in your cover letter and resume. Essentially you will be a self-motivated and reliable professional with an eye for detail and the ability to multi-task and proficiently juggle competing priorities in these areas.This position requires you to be responsible for all administrative tasks and financial transactions, processing of weekly payroll along with preparation and lodgment of BAS, PAYG, superannuation and payroll tax.Your intermediate to advanced MS Office suite functions and prior experience with MYOB Online Version will be critical to perform well in this role in addition to your high level of interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbal.You will enjoy being challenged with diversity in your tasks whilst working closely with management in all levels of the business.
GBF is seeking to appoint an experienced only Accounts Officer to join our Subiaco and Welshpool team in WA. The role will be responsible for maintaining the accounts receivable and accounts payable, assisting with month end reporting and process for the business. The right person will need to have an eye for detail and an ability to maintain focus when completing accounting functions for the business.Criteria:Must have experience in accounts receivable e.g. customer follow-ups,Month ending reporting experience e.g. preparation for P&L reports,Data Entry proficiency and 98% accuracy,Proficient typing skills and data entry,Proven evidence of attention to detail is critical.Advantage:Self motivated,Able to work alone and in a team,Able to set and delivery on tough deadlines,We offer the following:Competitive market rates,9.00am - 5.00pm,Awesome team environment.Pre-employment considerations include a health assessment, drug & alcohol screening.No Agency applications will be considered at this time.Any questions relating to the role please email - email@example.com with a sub-heading Accounts Officer - 12 month contract
Work with an organisation committed to social justiceWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceCompetitive salary offered with NFP Salary Packaging AvailableLocated close to the CBD in Kensington (VIC)Full-timeWintringham is a specialist not-for-profit company providing an extensive range of aged care, housing and related support services to elderly men and women who come from a homeless background. With annual revenue of $51 million, we employ over 600 staff and operate from multiple offices in Melbourne and regional Victoria. Wintringham is a major provider of home care in Victoria, managing approximately 700 home care packages. Our Head Office is the corporate centre for the company and provides the strategic direction and support services for Wintringham's residential, housing and community care services.This is a newly created role reflecting the continued growth of our organisation. The successful applicant will become part of the close-knit Financial Operations & Reporting team of 4 people who are hard-working and collaborative. This is a unique and diverse role working with a friendly and approachable manager who sees the benefit in mentoring and supporting her staff. One of the primary responsibilities of the team is the reporting and oversight of our 700 home care packages.The role will involve:Preparation of monthly reporting to Home Care package clients.Prepare and maintain procedures for reporting process and associated rules and guidelines as per company policies and government legislation.Assist with preparation of annual statutory reporting.Assist with other year-end compliance reporting.Assist with the preparation of the company's annual budgets.Maintain capital and philanthropic grant register and prepare acquittals as required.Other ad hoc projects and duties including assisting with cashflow. forecasts, board reports, energy contracts and tax exemptions.This role requires a combination of business acumen and accounting knowledge and experience. You will be degree qualified, studying towards your CPA/CA qualification and have intermediate excel skills. You will have the ability to self manage, prioritise and meet deadlines and have a strong attention to detail.For more information about the role you can download a copy of the Position Description by clicking the ‘PD' link below. Applications can be directed to Caitlin Kingsley (HR Officer) and submitted by clicking on the Apply Now button below.Applications close at 5pm on Monday 10th July 2017Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police records check.
Join one of the largest commercial finance teams in the NTBuild your career - dedicated training & development program Darwin NT based | competitive package on offer | includes salary packaging and other benefitsThis is a great opportunity for a commercially astute transactional Finance Leader to take on a key leadership role in a large NT based business. We have experienced considerable year on year growth and as such, a position has arisen for another Team Leader to join our high calibre finance team. We place a strong emphasis on training and development of our employees and the opportunity for long term career advancement is on offer for the right candidate.This is an exciting time to join our organisation as we move from semi manual processing to a sophisticated ERP system.Your Role Reporting to the Finance Manager, you will be responsible for leading a team of 6 Finance Officers.Key responsibilities include:Ensuring the team processes all accounts payable/accounts receivable/cash management in an accurate and timely manner.Provide coaching, training, guidance, development and support to your team.Ensure all internal and external queries are handled in a timely and professional manner.Ensure the effective distribution of accounting reports through the business.Continually look to identify ways to improve processes, procedures and the efficiency of the team.Monitor internal controls | make recommendations | ensure succession in the team.You will possess the following:Experience working within a large Australian business in a leadership position across AP, AR, and Cash.Demonstrated leadership and staff management experience whereby you have directly coached and supervised your team(s) to deliver successful outcomes during dynamic times.A passionate 'can do' attitude | flexibility | the ability to effect and embrace change | high levels of accuracy and timeliness.Strongly developed communication and interpersonal skills and a proven ability to coach and mentor team members.Your Next StepWant to join a forward thinking, large Darwin based finance team and take your career to the next level? Don't hesitate to apply today!To find out more: please contact 0405 138 237
Job Reference: 3605189 | Location: Darwin | Listed: 29 June 2017
Do you want to join a multinational, world-leading company?Are you looking for stability, support and opportunity to grow in your next career move?Lift your career to the next level with Konecranes.We are Konecranes. We're over 100 years old and still going strong. A global industry leader, we operate across nearly 50 countries. We don't just lift things, we lift entire businesses - and this commitment underpins everything that we do. This means, that as an employee of Konecranes you not only have an excellent framework of support and resources but you will be part of a worldwide network of opportunities.We are currently seeking a highly motivated, dedicated and experienced Accounts Receivable/ Collections professional to join our team. Reporting to the AR Lead Officer your role includes but is not limited to:The roleAccount Receivable collections.Negotiate payment arrangements.Liaise with shared service on payment allocation, collections and general account queries.Maintain customer account details and escalate matters when required.Setting up and manage credit risks for new and existing customers.Creating, amending and uploading invoices into SAP as well as amending sales orders in SAP when required.Account reconciliation collection of receivable balances in accordance to agreed credit terms.What we expect from youSolid experience (min 2 years) within an Accounts Receivable role.Proficient in SAP and excel.Good Customer Service (internal & external).Excellent negotiation, dispute and resolution skills.Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all levels.Organised and time management skills.Ability to prioritise workloads and meet deadlines.Strong attention to detail.Possess a polite and friendly manner, a positive attitude and professional presentation.Excellent verbal and written skills.Ability to work autonomously.Can do attitude.This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career with a reputable organisation recognised for its office culture and supportive environment.Don't delay- Apply now!