Join a highly regarded, high-quality community care provider, This is a key role supporting our renewal and growth, Competitive salary + NFP salary packaging tax concessions + superannuation.
Moree Care is a not for profit organisation working in partnership with our community to enhance the lives of older people, people with disability and their carers.
We offer practical, reliable and caring services to meet peoples needs and enable individuals and their carers to live in their community.
We provide Aged Care, NDIS services, Meals on Wheels and Community Transport, with offices in Moree and Mungindi.
Moree is undergoing a period of sustained growth, becoming an intermodal freight and transport hub including for the new Inland Rail. Moree is rich in heritage, culture, agriculture and natural assets, including our famous artesian pools. If youre moving to Moree there are many jobs available for your family members in agriculture, trades, health, education, community and professional services. Moree has direct flights to Sydney and the Moree XPLORER runs daily from Sydney to Moree.
About the role
Reporting to the Executive Officer, the Finance Administrator provides a range of financial supports to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of whole-of-organisation financial services.
- Join a highly regarded, high-quality community care provider
- A key role supporting our renewal and growth
- Competitive salary + NFP salary packaging + superannuation
The salary is negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience. The indicative salary range for the position is at SCHADS Level 3 to Level 4 ($62,742 to $77,858 per annum) plus salary packaging tax concessions exclusive to not-for-profits + superannuation.
The Finance Administrator provides bookkeeping services and maintains the financial records for the organisation and works with the Executive Officer to ensure financial compliance for all legislative, regulatory and policy requirements. The role includes management of accounts, including debtors and creditors, financial and budget reporting, financial planning, Award wage payments, grant funds management, internal and external processes for individual client funding and Plan Management, and the processes and functions underpinning the organisations finances.
Summary of key responsibilities
- In conjunction with the Executive Officer:
- maintain the Financial Management Systems and conduct regular reviews of costing and pricing of services
- produce financial information, reports, statements, etc.
- ensure compliance with all legislative accounting, financial and taxation requirements
- liaise with funding agencies where required
- comply with all relevant Industrial Relations (IR) obligations
- Administer individual funding packages and financial Plan Management (NDIS/Home Care Packages/Brokerage, etc)
- Assist to prepare Service Agreements for clients where required
- Perform all portal booking, invoicing, claiming, and oversight of Acknowledgements of Service (AOS) and internal and external invoicing for individual clients and their services
- Monitor individual client services expenditure within agreed budgets
- Provide financial information and advice to the Executive Officer, and assist to prepare, the Budget planning and review cycle and document revisions to the Budget and input to other financial aspects of the Strategic, Business and Operational Plans
- Bookkeeping duties include:
- Manage petty cash, cash handling and reconciliation
- Manage creditor and debtor invoicing, receipts and payments
- Provide accurate and timely invoices to clients, contractors, other agencies and funding bodies
- Assist the Auditor/Accountant in preparation of the annual audit
- Execute payroll activities as required including checking time sheets with Managers and Team Leaders
- Maintain up to date financial policies, procedures, protocols and practices for the organisation.
- Provide advice and support to staff about financial administrative processes
- Actively contribute to service innovation and continuous improvement
- Actively contribute to a team environment through open communication and participation in regular internal meetings
- Maintain up to date knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation, service compliance requirements and organisational policies and procedures
- Attend relevant professional development and in-service training programs as directed
- Provide back up and support to other staff as required.
The assessment of your suitability for this role will be based on the demonstration of the following competencies:
- Strong financial records management and reporting skills and experience applying contemporary bookkeeping practices
- Excellent working knowledge of MYOB, Microsoft Office applications and an ability to learn new technology
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Able to work both independently and as a team member
- Excellent time management and problem-solving skills and the ability to manage conflicting priorities
- An ability to contribute to innovation and service improvement
- Good interpersonal skills, and a commitment to person-centred service delivery.
If you would like to apply for this position please send your Resume and a covering letter responding to the Competencies Required to Michelle Harrison
- Applications not addressing the Competencies Required will not be considered.
Applications close at 9.00 AM on Monday the 19th of April 2021. We may interview suitable applicants and may make an appointment before the closing date.