RJAC01-3699504

  • Permanent role
  • Work close to home
  • Excellent opportunity for someone who is driven and seeking their next challenge

  
About the Employer
A long- established public accountancy firm providing tax returns, superannuation, financial services for small businesses and the public.  Their client’s range from sole traders to national organisations. They provide advice and services from basic bookkeeping to complex tax issues. They take pride in providing personal service and delight in seeing clients grow and prosper. A great location with free car parking on site and tram stop right outside the door.
  
About the Role:
This varied role will see you be supported and have an opportunity to learn and grow.  A stable and long-term future is also on offer with this firm.  Working with a small team of 8, the ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years’ experience and be either working towards their CPA or CA qualification or wanting to commence in the future.  Your sense of humour will be valued equally alongside your excellent communication skills and dedication to the practice and your professional development.
  
Benefits:

  • Secure a Full Time Permanent Position
  • Free onsite car parking
  • Professional development encouraged and supported
  • Flexibility for the right candidate

Duties:

  • Preparation of financial statements, income tax returns and work papers for individuals, partnerships, trust and companies
  • Preparation of Business Activity Statements (BAS)
  • SGC, general ledger and payroll tax reconciliations

Skills and Experience:

  • Intermediate level accountant experience
  • Ideally working towards CPA or CA qualification
  • Dedicated and passionate about a career in public practice
  • Experience with professional accounting software such as MYOB, AO or similar (preferred)
  • Track record of multi-tasking, willingness to learn and a ‘hit the ground running’ attitude
  • Strong communication skills and excellent attention to detail

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
RJAC01

CPPO01-3698584

  • Above Award Hourly Rate
  • Part time hours with flexibility
  • Supportive friendly, team environment

About the Employer
Our client is a well-established independently owned and run business in the Narre Warren municipality, that has been providing Payroll & Bookkeeping Services into the pharmaceutical industry for the past 22 years. The team is friendly and supportive and as a consequence employee retention is high.
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a Payroll Officer to join a small team who provides high levels of service to their client base. This role would particularly suit a person with children, someone returning to the work force or a student undertaking a tertiary qualification in a similar field.
  
Your responsibilities would include direct payroll and general bookkeeping, processing manual and MYOB-Wageloch integrated time clock systems.
  
Benefits:

  • Work Monday-Thursday 9am to 5pm – some flexibility available
  • Above Award hourly rate
  • Work within a team of skilled professionals
  • Work in a busy but relaxed nurturing environment

  
Duties:

  • Full function Payroll processed fortnightly in MYOB-Wageloch integrated system & Manually
  • Daily interrogation of the time recording systems (TMS)
  • Database management, record keeping and reporting
  • General accounts payables, receivables, BAS reporting etc

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Demonstrated Payroll experience working with Awards and Fairwork knowledge is desirable, however previous experience in general accounts / administration will be considered
  • Qualified or currently working towards a relevant qualification will be highly regarded
  • Ability to meet conflicting deadlines, month-end, superannuation and pay dates
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Clear, open, honest and timely communication

   
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: CPPO01

LDAA01-3693227

  • Excellent salary, based on experience
  • Located North Western Suburbs
  • Join a small professional team with growth potential

About the Employer:
Our client is a successful Australian-owned family business established for over 25 years; award-winning, recognised leader in the packaging & consumables industry, specialising in pallet-wrapping & effective load containment – experiencing significant growth. Company culture of innovation and integrity, providing quality products and superior customer service.
  
About the Role:
Due to company growth, our client is seeking an additional experienced Accounting staff member, with an emphasis on Accounts Receivable but who will assist the Finance Manager in general finance duties. You will require a high degree of organisational ability, great communication skills and have the ability to build strong and professional relationships with debtors in order to facilitate collections. The focus is on reducing debtors’ aged balances and monitoring overdue accounts to maintain cash flow and alleviate bad debts. This will include identifying and promptly resolving all invoice queries and any account issues that customers may have.
  
Benefits:

  • Excellent salary plus super on offer for the right person
  • Small professional team with company-specific training provided
  • Supportive, friendly, respectful work environment

Duties:

  • Daily payment allocations
  • Customer support for account issues
  • Debt collection
  • Weekly Reporting
  • Customer Credits and Returns
  • Assisting with Payable functions when required
  • General accounts duties

Skills and Experience:

  • 3 – 5 years experience in a similar accounting role
  • Superior knowledge of Excel required
  • Previous experience with MYOB and MS products essential
  • Knowledge of Exonet an advantage but not essential
  • Able to demonstrate accuracy and attention to detail
  • Good problem-solving ability, organisational skills & flexible attitude
  • Must be a good communicator, able to build relationships
  • Cooperative, positive and collaborative team member 
  • Qualifications will be well-regarded but not essential

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LDAA01

JBIA04-3689162

Business Services Accountant
  • Generous Salary with great rewards
  • Diverse role with career progression available
  • Training and Supportive Work Environment

  
About the Employer

Our client is a well-established accountancy practice located in Melbourne’s Inner North.  They provide services to a wide range of individuals and small business clients including accounting, tax, SMSF compliance services and business strategies. This is a growing firm with lots of future opportunities.
As well as providing accounting and taxation advice, this practice also specialises in self managed superfunds, negative gearing investment properties and strategic advice to start up businesses.  This really is an exciting practice to work for with a diverse portfolio of activities and clients.

  
About the Role:

Our client is currently seeking an Accountant whose focus is on providing a timely and quality service to our clients. The successful candidate will possess previous accounting experience ideally working within a public practice accountancy environment and preferably commenced/finished their professional year or CPA program.  In the medium term, there is also an opportunity to work from home if this suits the candidate.

  
Benefits:

  • Full time role with an immediate start available
  • Training support and great work environment
  • Opportunity to work with a skilled and diverse team
  • Great Work/Life balance with opportunity to Work from Home
  • Great Location with Cafe culture at your doorstep
  • Support for completing CA or CPA. 

    
Duties:

  • Preparation of taxation returns for Individuals, partnerships and companies
  • Financial statement preparation
  • BAS Statement preparation and lodgment
  • Preparation and lodgment of all SMSF, Superannuation and Wages returns
  • Client management – building trusting and solid relationships with clients.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Demonstrated experience as an accountant in a public practice environment
  • Ability to read, analyse and provide solutions to financial data
  • Ability to work autonomously and meet deadlines
  • Good communication skills
  • Experience working with Xero is essential
  • MYOB, Sash and Cloud-based systems highly regarded
  • CA or CPA highly regarded

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JBIA04