Finance Manager

Ethical Jobs
New South Wales, Australia
Competitive salary
23 Jun 2021
28 Jun 2021
Job role
Finance manager
Experience level
Are you an experienced, ambitious, and motivated Finance Manager looking for your next permanent full time career opportunity?

For over 65 years, Windgap Foundation has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with an intellectual disability. We pride ourselves on the quality and range of services which support our participants in living their best life.

Windgap Foundation is currently experiencing exciting changes and growth, we have an exciting role for a passionate and experienced Finance Manager to lead the operational and strategic management of finance and payroll.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Finance Manager is responsible for collaborating with the business developing a strong understanding of reporting, analysis, and budgeting frameworks delivering decision-making tools in a complex environment.

A primary objective for this role is embedding finance and payroll systems and processes to ensure effective and efficient financial management of Windgap through the provision of timely financial advice and reports.

Ideally, you would have previous experience in a similar position in the disability or community services sector, be highly analytical with excellent communication skills, and drive high standards of performance.

Essential Selection Criteria:
  • University qualifications in Accounting or Finance with CPA or CA membership and a minimum 5+ years of management and accounting experience.
  • Demonstrated understanding of statistical analysis and the ability to develop and use key performance indicators.
  • Ability to provide strategic financial management advice and conduct appropriate analysis of financial information to support the decision making process.
  • Extensive knowledge of legal and financial obligations of companies, public benevolent institutions and government funded services.
  • Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including generally accepted Accounting Principles.
  • Advanced excel skills and knowledge of financial and accounting software applications. (Sage Micropay, Riteq and Microsoft Dynamics NAV applications.)
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and improving the finance departments related business systems, policies and procedures.
  • Extensive experience in the management and supervision of employees including employee's development.
  • Experience in interpreting industrial awards (specifically SCHADS award) and legislation relevant to end to end payroll, systems and processes.
  • Ability to handle challenging and adverse situations in a busy environment
  • Excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritise tasks, plan ahead and coordinate.
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check

  • Valid Australian Driver's Licence
  • Experience working in the community services or not for profit sector.
  • Knowledge of the NDIS and associated funding.

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