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Corporate Services Manager

Aged Rights Advocacy Service

The Aged Rights Advocacy Service (ARAS) offers a free, confidential and state-wide service to older people, or their representatives, who are:

  • Consumers or potential consumers of community-based aged care services including community aged care packages;
  • Living in a Retirement Village;
  • Consumers or potential consumers of services in Australian Government subsidised aged care facilities; or
  • At risk of, or experiencing, abuse by someone they should be able to trust.

ARAS provides advocacy assistance to support older people to uphold their rights and their responsibilities.

ARAS is the South Australian component of the National Aged Care Advocacy Program.

The ARAS website provides more information about the range of work that ARAS undertakes, including advocacy, information and education sessions.

Reporting to the Chief Executive, this role will be responsible for the financial and compliance control of ARAS. As Corporate Services Manager, the successful candidate will be tasked with managing the Corporate Services function. You will manage the functional activities of financial management, risk control, procurement, ICT, WHS, HR and Business Development as well as being a member of the Executive Team and participating in Board meetings.

To be considered for this opportunity, you will be a proven leader who is CA/CPA qualified and who has experience working in the Not-for-Profit sector. This is a hands-on role, and will be expected to deliver financial activities and functions, and administrative tasks within HR, IT and WHS.

Responsibilities include:

  • Strategic planning, project management, financial analysis and projections, cost identification and allocation, and revenue/expense analysis
  • Develop and maintain timely and accurate financial statements and reports that aid key decision making and are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, including Board reports
  • Develop, implement, and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organisation are met.
  • Management and oversight of annual reporting including managing the annual audit and preparation of consolidated financial reports.
  • Act as primary contact with the external ICT supplier to ensure that ICT resourcing is timely and appropriate.
  • Supervise and manage the WHS and HR functions.
  • Work in consultation with the executive team to plan, prepare and finalise the Annual Business Plan and Budgets.
  • Work with other members of the Executive Team to ensure strong and well-researched business cases are prepared to support growth in funding opportunities.
  • Review and update the Risk Register in collaboration with the Chief Executive and Board Committees in order to ensure organisational risks are minimised.
  • Undertake other special projects as directed by the Chief Executive or Board.

How to apply

A full position description is available on our website and applicants must clearly address the requirements of the person specification in their application.

Applications must be made through the ARAS website and can be addressed to Marie Davis, Human Resources Manager, Aged Rights Advocacy Service.

Applications will close on 31st May 2020, and late applications may not be considered.

For further information, please call Human Resources on 08 8232 5377.

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