Management Accountant

Job Description

Management Accountant

  • Supportive and inclusive work environment
  • 5 weeks annual leave for senior leadership roles
  • Not-for-profit salary packaging benefits

 

Join our team and be part of a community that values people with disability and supports their participation in everyday life.

We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Management Accountant to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing financial analysis and support to the management team, ensuring accurate and timely financial reporting, and developing and implementing financial strategies to drive business growth.

 

Who we are:

 

Home Support Association Inc (HSA) originated as a local, grass-roots service through the work of people living in this community and driven by the needs of people living in this community and continues to operate under these same principles today after more than 30 years of change and growth.

 

At HSA, as a truly local, NDIS provider, we work alongside people to identify their strengths, interests, and goals, providing just the right amount of support they need to be able to live the lifestyle they choose.

 

Who we are looking for:

Reporting to the CEO, this role will provide high level financial and business guidance being responsible for all accounting operations. Accountable for all month-end financial activities, including month-end and year-end process, financial reporting as well as all ATO requirements. This role will contribute to the future growth and profitability of Home Support Association Inc by analysing key financial information and investigating opportunities and implementing fiscal strategies to reduce operational costs while supporting the growth of the business.

 

Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes:

  • Developing, maintaining and reviewing the management reporting requirements for HSA, ensuring systems are established to provide appropriate costing and reporting.
  • Collaborate with the CEO and management team to assist in the development and implementation of strategies, plans and policies.
  • Liaise with a range of staff to provide support and end user training to those involved in budget and forecasting processes to ensure the appropriate timelines are met.
  • Monitor the organisation’s fiscal capacity and financial position, identifying opportunities and threats.
  • Participate in and actively contribute to strategic planning events, training events, annual performance review procedures, and other professional development opportunities to support a high level of professional outcomes.
  • Liaise with the Association’s auditor as required to ensure accountable, legal and ethical financial practices can be clearly demonstrated.

 

What you need:

  • A member of a professional accounting body such as CPA Australia or CA ANZ.
  • Tertiary qualifications and extensive post graduate experience; or extensive experience and management expertise; or a combination of relevant experience and/or education and training.
  • Ability to identify, research and analyse, diverse, critical and developing issues at the strategic level while developing strategies, recommendations and alternatives in respect to the issues.
  • Detailed knowledge of, or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of statutory requirements applicable to HSA as well as policy, programs, guidelines, procedures and practices of both HSA Inc and applicable external bodies.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and influence others in achieving outcomes and working effectively with all stakeholders to ensure accurate and relevant information is provided to the management team and relevant stakeholders.
  • Current ‘C’ class driver’s licence
  • Ability to acquire a Working with Children check (blue card) and NDIS Worker Screening check (yellow card) prior to commencing.

 

What we offer:

  • Working for an established, local not for profit organisation celebrating over 30 years of service to the community
  • Award wages, including applicable allowances and not for profit salary packaging options, with 5 weeks annul leave for senior leadership roles.
  • Employee Assistance Program and employee benefits
  • A welcoming and friendly team environment

 

What our team says about us:

Quarterly Employee Happiness Surveys tell us that our staff report 8.2/10 overall happiness at work. This is what they had to say during one of our recent surveys:

“The management team is always open to feedback and values employee’s opinions, which makes me feel valued as a member of the team.”

“The culture of the organisation is contagious and flows on from the very top down through to employees and results show through to the participants.”

“Very happy working at HSA. I enjoy my work colleagues and love my job. I enjoy coming to work every day and making a difference.”

 

For more information about this opportunity to join our team, please call our Recruitment Team on 4931 8300.

To obtain a copy of the position description, email humanresources@homesupport.org.au

 

How to apply:

When applying, ensure you include your resume and cover letter.

We encourage you to apply today. We will be actively shortlisting applications as they are received.

HSA reserves the right to close this role to new applications prior to the advised closing date, should suitable candidates be identified for this opportunity.