Clayton Church Homes (CCH) is a dynamic ageing well organisation, which is strongly positioned to meet the opportunities and challenges of providing high quality person centred services and accommodation for older South Australians.
As an independent not-for-profit aged care organisation, CCH provides residential aged care, home care, and retirement living to metropolitan Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.
The health, well-being and quality of life of the people we serve is at the heart of everything we do, enabling independent choices for people in healthy ageing.
At Clayton Church Homes, we want you to be supported, be independent, be respected and above all, Be You.
About the Role
The Finance Manager is responsible for the delivery of specific accounting functions, with the primary responsibilities of the functional unit including financial, project, and fixed asset accounting and system support (Corporate Information Management System) (CIM)).
Skills and Experience
Degree qualification in accounting, finance, or similar related discipline or CA/CPA qualified or equivalent.
Ability to understand, interpret and apply policies and procedures to practical situations within a finance environment.
High level interpersonal written and verbal communication skills with the ability to articulate complex concepts and develop effective and professional working relationships with a broad range of stakeholders.
Experience in running and overseeing the entire finance function of a business including month end reporting, year-end reporting, cash flow management, and AP/AR.
Experience leading a team and achieving positive outcomes.
Experience at a senior level in financial planning, budget negotiations and preparation.
Sound knowledge of current business, financial management and accounting practices and standards.
- Opportunity to work in a state and national network aligned with the Uniting Church
- Ability to participate in statewide initiatives and innovative projects
- Flexible working arrangements
- Attractive remuneration package, including superannuation, salary sacrifice
- Work for an organisation supportive of continuing professional development.
All applicants must have the right to work in Australia and hold a current aged care compliant national police clearance or be willing to obtain one.
Please note as part of a condition of employment CCH reserves the right to have staff independently medically assessed. This assessment will be aligned to the inherent requirements of the role and or for work, health and safety purposes.