About the role
Report directly into the COO & be part of this household charities finance team, oversee small team & develop processes & procedures.
- CBD location
- Work/life balance + competitive salary
- Be instrumental in the big picture and driving change
About the organisation
Our client is a leading health prevention and research charity and is funded through community donations.
The Finance Manager is responsible for the production of accurate and timely accounting information, regular reporting, analysis and commentary, sound financial controls and implementation of process improvements. Additionally, the role coordinates the budget process and manages payroll processes.
- Maintain financial/accounting procedures, controls and practices in line with legal, commercial and corporate requirements and obligations
- Ensure the integrity of income through the regular reconciliation of monthly income from Raisers Edge and Financial Edge, identifying and eliminating differences to ensure consistency of reporting
- Ensure the security of financial systems and the integrity of audit trails
- Deliver accurate, comprehensive and timely financial reports to managers providing the appropriate insight, analysis and commentary
- In conjunction with the Corporate Partners team, manage and monitor instalment payments and issue reminders or follow up on outstanding debtor balances
- Manage the annual budgeting and forecasting process in conjunction with the COO, ensure a robust model is in place and integrity of the information and liaison with managers
- Administer all facets of payroll including FBT returns and salary packaging
- Co-ordinate and liaise with external auditors on the interim and final audits, including preparing the appropriate analysis for the statutory accounts
- Monitor the distribution of funds to research grant recipients as per the signed agreements with the researcher’s institution and ensure research funds are dispersed according to schedule
- Preparing and submitting statutory returns as required
Skills & Attributes
- Degree qualifications in accounting and certification with relevant professional body (CPA/CA)
- Relevant experience in financial/management accounting activities including general accounting, financial analysis and reporting
- Thorough understanding and application of IFRS standards
- Previous Raisers Edge/Financial Edge experience helpful but not critical
- Ability to analyse and communicate financial information
- Computer literacy with a sound knowledge of accounting software and excel
- Excellent communication skills and high attention to detail
- Access to salary packaging
- Good work/life balance
Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.
Beaumont People Not for Profit has been contracted to recruit this role. Beaumont People NFP specialise in delivering unparalleled permanent and temporary recruitment solutions to the Not for profit sector.
About the organisation
How to apply for this role
Please quote in application: Finance Manager via Pro Bono Australia.