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Location
Sydney
Salary
$90000 - $120000 per annum
Job Type
Permanent
Ref
BH-176061
Contact
Kylie O'Brien
Posted
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* PERM 
* SYDNEY LOCATION 
* GREAT SALARY 

Amazing PERM opportunity has come up for the right candidate.. OUR client is looking fir a Corporate Accountant to join their vibrant Finance Team and start their career in the Entertainment world. 

Based in our stunning city of Sydney with a competitive Salary. 

Key Accountabilities
  • Accounting for the Corporate entities including processing of monthly transactions, calculation of internal recharges, maintenance of the general ledger, bank reconciliations and other balance sheet reconciliations, reconciliation of loan accounts, along with detailed profit and loss review and analysis.
  • Monthly reporting for the Corporate Group including month-end board reporting, along with delivery of departmental cost centre reports and analysis, and capital expenditure reporting.
  • IT reporting – management and analysis of Actual, Budget and Forecast expenditure relating to the Group’s IT related operating and capital expenditure. (focus area)
  • Environment and Community reporting – management and analysis of Actual, Budget and Forecast expenditure and performance relating to the Group’s Environmental and Community initiatives. (focus area)
  • Procurement – management and analysis of Actual, Budget and Forecast expenditure relating to the Group’s Procurement functions. (focus area)
  • Preparation of the statutory half-year and year-end reporting packs for the Corporate entities for consolidation with the Group. Liaising with the external Auditors as required.
  • Preparation of income tax and FBT returns for the Corporate group.
  • Review of the month-end for shared services and Flexipurchase transactions.
  • Assist with treasury administration and shared services (Accounts Payable).
  • Assistance with management of the Group’s AASB 16 Leases requirements.
  • Associated and ad-hoc tasks and reports for the Director of Finance, Company Secretary, GM Asset Management & Business Services, and the Group Taxation Manager.

KPI’s

  • Maintenance of accurate accounting and financial records relating to the corporate entities, including management, statutory and taxation-related requirements .
  • Detailed and timely financial reports and analysis that adds value to the end users (focus areas of IT, Environment and Community, Procurement and key corporate cost areas).
  • Providing effective support and back-up to the Group Accounting Manager.
  • Effective communication with key stakeholders and recipients of corporate information.
  • Completing ad hoc tasks and reports for the Director of Finance, Company Secretary, Group Accounting Manager, GM Asset Management & Business Services and the Group Taxation Manager. Skills & Experience These are the desired skills and experience for this role:
  • CA/CPA qualified (or working towards).
  • Prior experience, including financial and management accounting preparation, taxation and business analysis and reporting.
  • Good systems orientation with hands on experience with a major accounting system (experience with SUN Systems will be highly regarded).
  • Excellent organisational, analytical, problem solving and prioritisation skills.
  • Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision.
  • Business Partner mentality and able to establish and sustain close working relationships across the business internally and externally.
  • Focus on continuous improvements.

Behavioural Capabilities
These are the ESSENTIAL or ‘must have’ mindsets and behaviours for this role:

  • Delivering Results and Meeting Internal Customer Expectations: Focuses on internal customer needs and satisfaction; sets high standards for quality and quantity; monitors and maintains quality and productivity; works in a systematic, methodical and orderly way; consistently achieves project goals.
  • Presenting and Communicating: Expresses key points clearly; makes presentations with skill and confidence; responds to audience needs, reactions and feedback; projects credibility.
  • Planning and Organising: Sets clearly defined objectives; plans activities well in advance; manages time effectively; identifies and organises resources required; monitors performance against deadlines.
  • Learning and Researching: Rapidly learns new tasks/information and commits to memory; makes informed decisions; encourages learning from successes, failures, feedback); catalogues knowledge.
  • Adapting and Responding to Change: Adapts to changing circumstances; accepts new ideas and change; adapts personal style to suit different people or situations; deals with ambiguity as a positive.
  • Working with People: Is interested in understanding others; adapts to the team and builds team spirit; recognises and rewards others; listens, consults proactively; supports others; openly shares self-insight.
  • Deciding and Initiating Action: Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive. Implements new ideas or potential solutions without prompting; does not wait for others to take action or to request action.