Finance Manager

The Role

  • Reporting to the CEO, the candidate will undertake all financial compliance related matters as required under/ in accordance with CAAMA's Rule Book, the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act and other relevant legislation and provide strategic advice to the CEO on financial matters.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the MYOB accounting system including payroll, taxation matters, maintaining chart of accounts and month end reconciliations.
  • Preparation of monthly management accounts.
  • Attend to preparation and filings with ORIC & ATO including lodging audited financial statements, BAS, Single Touch Payroll.
  • Attendance at Board (and other) meetings to table/explain financial reports, provide financial training and increase financial literacy.
  • Preparation of annual Financial Statements and liaising with external auditor in respect to undertaking and completion of annual audit.
  • Preparation of annual budget and liaising with the external Trustee as required.
  • General office administration duties including drafting and implementing Policies and Procedures and managing approximately three staff.

Selection Criteria

  • Possess relevant tertiary qualifications in finance, accounting or business.
  • Membership with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia or similar.
  • Demonstrated experience in a similar role including experience using MYOB, processing payroll and ATO Reporting.
  • Ability to lead teams, along with a demonstrated ability to support and develop staff.
  • Strong attention to detail and demonstrated ability to think strategically and develop effective financial budgets and reports.
  • Experience in reporting at Board level.

About CAAMA

The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) came to life in 1982 with the establishment of radio station 8KIN FM. Aboriginal-owned media was seen as being vital to the broad educational and community development aspirations of Aboriginal people in Central Australia. Radio was a way to give voice to Aboriginal hopes and dreams as well as being a tool to maintain and sustain the culture and languages of Central Australia. Originally offering music and programming in Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara, Luritja and Warlpiri, today CAAMA broadcasts in half a dozen more Indigenous languages, reaching communities across Australia.

How to Apply

Applicants must address the selection criteria and provide a resume outlining their qualifications and experience. 

5pm WST 19 June 2020

16/06/2020 $0 Alice Springs & Central Australia 1 Accounting
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