A permanent full-time opportunity has become available for an experienced Finance Manager with an innovative, well established aged care provider in the Ipswich region.
With over 30 years history and a track record of focusing on achieving the best possible outcomes for residents and staff, this not-for-profit organisation operates a residential aged care facility, a retirement village and community services (including home care, day respite, transport and meals on wheels from one site).
This role will be responsible for overseeing and reporting on financial activities (and leading a small accounts and payroll processing team), including:
Maintain and transact the financial performance of the organisation including monitoring cashflow, preparing annual budgets (including variance analysis) and preparation of end of year financial accounts for external audit.
End of month processing, including data imports, reconciliations to general ledger accounts, accruals and cost distribution journals as required, as well as the preparation of compliance and statutory returns (including BAS) and financial reports for board meetings.
Oversee and monitor payment of accounts, payroll and superannuation obligations, together with invoicing of fees and bank reconciliations.
Process and monitor insurance claims.
Oversee the management of the asset register and assist with the management of external contracts
Work to identify and deliver cost efficiencies and process improvement opportunities to support organisation-wide goals against financial benchmarks, statutory and compliance requirements whilst providing support to building a service focused on care and inclusion.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Financial Regulations and Legislation.
To be considered for this role, you will need to demonstrate:
Solid experience in an aligned role (ideally supported by qualifications in accounting or commerce) with strong financial literacy and analytical skills.
Knowledge and skills in aged care financial management (highly desirable but not essential).
Well developed communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills to engage positively and professionally with both internal and external stakeholders.
Competent and experienced in analysing and manipulating data in MS Excel with a sound understanding of MS Office and solid experience learning and using accounting software (ideally Attache).
Experience conducting internal audits.
Proven ability to meet deadlines and resolve complex issues.
Commitment to continued professional development to support best practice with the ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation.
Current Queensland drivers licence
Availability to commence on or prior to 25/11/2019
Due to the nature and responsibilities of this position, a national criminal history check will be required prior to any offer of employment being made (and any record of disclosable court outcomes or pending charges will be considered based on relevance to the position being applied for).
This is an opportunity to make a meaningful contribution as part of an organisation that is absolutely committed to supporting the community. The remuneration package will be negotiated based on skills and experience, however, the successful applicant will also have access to not-for-profit salary packaging benefits (approximately $17,686 plus meal concessions and novated lease options).
Where to from here
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your application (including both your resume and a cover letter highlighting how your skills and experience align to the above criteria, together with your availability to commence/any notice periods required).
Established 30 years, Top Office Group is a contracted supplier of staffing solutions to Queensland Government, Ipswich City Council, Bendigo Bank and leading organisations throughout South East Queensland.
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