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Finance and Compliance Officer

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Job Listing Date
8 Jun 2018
Location
Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Banking & Financial Services, Compliance & Risk

Finance and Compliance Officer

The role undertakes periodic reconciliations of corporate credit cards (including credit card transactions), accounts receivable activities and banking transactions in accordance with recognised accounting standards.  The role also undertakes quality assurance reviews of business systems and processes, identifies business risks, suggests process improvements, and tracks the implementation of agreed management actions.  In addition, the role assists with vendor and supplier management to ensure seamless contract management

Key responsibilities include:

• Develop, implement, review and update systems, processes and policies to ensure consistency with GRNSW standards, policies and procedures

• Undertake periodic reconciliations of corporate credit cards, credit card transactions, accounts receivable activities and banking transactions to ensure consistency with accounting standards, GRNSW procedures and good practice

• Undertake internal quality assurance reviews of business systems and processes as agreed with the role supervisor, including project planning, fieldwork and reporting

• Coordinate the collection and collation of business performance information; suggest business improvements, identify issues and discuss risks in consultation with the role supervisor and senior managers

• Undertake research and analysis, identifying trends and preparing project briefs, to support informed decision-making and planning; provide regular and ad hoc reports to the role supervisor and senior management on procurement matters to support informed strategic and operational decision making

• Conduct ad hoc compliance projects using effective planning methodologies; undertake other duties as requested by the role supervisor and/or GRNSW’s senior management team

• Track the effective implementation of quality assurance, review and internal audit recommendations and/or the acceptance of identified risks by senior managers; conduct follow-up reviews to determine whether recommendations have been actioned

• Monitor and report on the performance of selected vendors to ensure delivery in line with contractual obligations; assist with outward communication to vendors to ensure seamless contract management

We are looking for someone who has:

• Tertiary qualifications, as well as working towards or completion of formal audit qualifications; membership of an appropriate professional association, such as the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) or the Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants (CPA)   

• Proven experience planning, undertaking and reporting upon internal audits and review projects

• Sound organisational skills with a proven ability to undertake concurrent tasks and meet deadlines

• Attention to detail and an ability to exercise initiative and judgement to resolve issues arising

• Good interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, including the ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders

• Sound computer skills and appreciation of technologies relevant to finance and audit tracking

• Ability to deliver results with minimum supervision and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team

• Knowledge and understanding of the role of the functions and role of GRNSW

 

Find out more by obtaining a detailed job description by calling Natalie on 8767 0509.

To be considered for this role, please send a cover letter and resume to recruitment@grnsw.com.au

No Recruitment Agencies please

 

 

The role undertakes periodic reconciliations of corporate credit cards (including credit card transactions), accounts receivable activities and banking transactions in accordance with recognised accounting standards.  The role also undertakes quality assurance reviews of business systems and processes, identifies business risks, suggests process improvements, and tracks the implementation of agreed management actions.  In addition, the role assists with vendor and supplier management to ensure seamless contract management

Key responsibilities include:

• Develop, implement, review and update systems, processes and policies to ensure consistency with GRNSW standards, policies and procedures

• Undertake periodic reconciliations of corporate credit cards, credit card transactions, accounts receivable activities and banking transactions to ensure consistency with accounting standards, GRNSW procedures and good practice

• Undertake internal quality assurance reviews of business systems and processes as agreed with the role supervisor, including project planning, fieldwork and reporting

• Coordinate the collection and collation of business performance information; suggest business improvements, identify issues and discuss risks in consultation with the role supervisor and senior managers

• Undertake research and analysis, identifying trends and preparing project briefs, to support informed decision-making and planning; provide regular and ad hoc reports to the role supervisor and senior management on procurement matters to support informed strategic and operational decision making

• Conduct ad hoc compliance projects using effective planning methodologies; undertake other duties as requested by the role supervisor and/or GRNSW’s senior management team

• Track the effective implementation of quality assurance, review and internal audit recommendations and/or the acceptance of identified risks by senior managers; conduct follow-up reviews to determine whether recommendations have been actioned

• Monitor and report on the performance of selected vendors to ensure delivery in line with contractual obligations; assist with outward communication to vendors to ensure seamless contract management

We are looking for someone who has:

• Tertiary qualifications, as well as working towards or completion of formal audit qualifications; membership of an appropriate professional association, such as the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) or the Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants (CPA)   

• Proven experience planning, undertaking and reporting upon internal audits and review projects

• Sound organisational skills with a proven ability to undertake concurrent tasks and meet deadlines

• Attention to detail and an ability to exercise initiative and judgement to resolve issues arising

• Good interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, including the ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders

• Sound computer skills and appreciation of technologies relevant to finance and audit tracking

• Ability to deliver results with minimum supervision and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team

• Knowledge and understanding of the role of the functions and role of GRNSW

 

Find out more by obtaining a detailed job description by calling Natalie on 8767 0509.

To be considered for this role, please send a cover letter and resume to recruitment@grnsw.com.au

No Recruitment Agencies please

 

 

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