We are looking for a motivated and commercially attuned finance manager who is ready to take on their next challenge.

Having enjoyed continuous growth since our inception over 25 years ago, AMOG is built around strong governance, employee share ownership, and an involvement in all facets of the business, with a network and market place expanding both nationally and internationally.

The role of Group Finance Manager is located in our Australian Head Office in the Melbourne inner south eastern suburb of Notting Hill. Reporting to the Group CEO, and working closely with the General Manager, the main responsibility of this role will be to lead the management of company consolidated financials from the front. With a focus on end to end financial control and optimisation of performance through commercial insights, you will need to develop strong relationships across the wider business to ultimately drive key initiatives and performance.

You will be capable of understanding the complexities of an organisation which operates across many jurisdictions, both domestic and international, with a diverse and varied client base.

Attention to detail is key, as are strong communication skills, and the ability to manage multiple disciplines across the organisation.

On a day to day basis, you will be responsible for:

  • Managing month-end procedures, forecasts, budgets, statutory accounts and periodic reporting as required
  • Analysing monthly results including variance against budget and forecasts
  • Managing project reporting including margin and WIP analysis
  • Preparing the annual budget, produce quarterly re-forecast in commentary
  • Managing tax compliance and planning of the consolidated group including compliance and lodgement of R&D claim
  • Analysing and managing the Group’s cashflow position
  • Managing the needs and movement of corporate funds between entities with regard to international regulations and overall tax effectiveness
  • Manage relationships with banking, auditor and insurance providers
  • Board Reporting

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Relevant University business degree with post-graduate training and a commitment to professional development
  • Solid track record of accounting experience of at least five years; ideally having experience working with a Tier1 or Tier 2 accounting/consulting firm
  • Registered CPA or CA qualifications
  • High degree of computer literacy, advanced spreadsheet skills and hands-on working knowledge of basic industry accounting packages
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills with good attention to detail
  • Experience managing multiple senior stakeholders and expectations
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously, and in a team environment
  • High ethical standards and an honest approach to all aspects of business

How to Apply

Your application should include a cover letter that provides an analysis of your skills and experience against the job responsibilities, as well as contact details for up to two referees, and should be submitted as a single .PDF document. Please navigate back to the Careers menu and click the "Apply" button in order to submit your document. Applications that do not meet these requirements, will not be considered.

Applications will close at 11:59PM on Friday 2 February 2018.

 


Please note unsolicited applications from recruitment firms will not be accepted.