- Job posted on: 24th Jul 2023
- Applications close:
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Status: Fixed-term Contract til 31st December 2024, with possibility of extension subject to Government funding
Hours: Part Time (15 hours per week)
Award: Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010
Classification: Social and Community Services Employee Level 6
CRU exists to create and promote positive change so that people with disabilities can belong to and participate in community. CRU’s vision for society is that people with disability are valued and living full and meaningful lives.
It aims to contribute to a vibrant change movement that ignites, challenges and equips people to embrace ideas and take action to build inclusive communities.
The Finance Officer will contribute to the overall efficient and effective planning and running of a busy and diverse organisation delivering state-wide activities. The position requires a background in finance and payroll and experience in human resources is desirable.
The position is focused on four key areas:
Take responsibility for CRU’s financial operations including banking, payments and account management.
Work with CEO and Finance Sub-committee to prepare and monitor annual budgets and to project income and expenditure. Assist with preparation of budgets for financial tenders.
Prepare accurate monthly financial reports for CEO and Board of Management.
Undertake activities in line with legislative and statutory requirements including the requirements of funding bodies. Prepare reports as needed for funding bodies, ATO and other government departments. Prepare accounts for annual audit and submission to ACNC.
Manage all aspects of payroll including fortnightly pays, superannuation and PAYG tax.
Manage all tax matters including PAYG tax, BAS statements and annual returns.
Assist the CEO and liaise regularly with the Office Manager with the following aspects of human resource management:
Supervise/oversee and support the work of the Bookkeeper.
Work collaboratively with the CEO, team members and Board to further evolve the work of CRU. Work is prioritised to complete tasks when required. If tasks cannot be completed as planned, negotiations are initiated to reach mutually acceptable outcomes.
The employee will work as a team member to nurture and sustain a spirit within the organisation that is consistent with CRU’s mission and values.
Contribute to ensuring CRU’s compliance with standards and quality systems as part of ongoing accreditation. Contribute to the continuous improvement of the organisation by identifying opportunities for improvement.
Adhere to the requirements of CRU’s policies and procedures.
Be aware of and ensure that WH&S policies and procedures are fully complied with.
Take all necessary steps to control and minimise risk when undertaking activities on behalf of CRU.
*We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about the positions, please contact Margaret Rodgers at [email protected] using the subject line: Finance Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.
A position description is attached.