The role of the Graduate Accountant/ Finance Assistant is to ensure that all finance operations including Payroll and Accounts (income and expenditure) are complied with the Australian Accounting Standards. The worker will be under guidance and direction of the Chief Financial Officer.
- Full Time 38hrs per week
- Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services Industry Award
- $55,000-$60,000 per annum (based on experience) plus 9.5% superannuation and access to Salary Packaging
Key selection criteria
- Demonstrated understanding and commitment to Aboriginal culture, and the philosophy and practice of Aboriginal Community Control
- Demonstrated experience in operating payroll systems including how to run regular reports.
- Sound knowledge of payroll functions and procedures ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing and entering financial and payroll information confidentiality concerning financial and employee files
- Knowledge and understanding of non-profit accounting procedures and how they relate to the Aboriginal community.
- Well-developed communication skills (written and oral).
- Ability to use computers efficiently, including Microsoft based applications and the ability to operate computerised accounting, spreadsheet and word processing programs, and email at a highly proficient level
- Knowledge of NDIS and HACC Financial Systems and requirements
- emonstrated understanding of Australian Accounting Standards
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 19th June 2019
Applicants MUST address the Key Selection Criteria
Aboriginal applicants are encouraged to apply
BDAC is a Childsafe and Smoke Free workplace.