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Group Financial Accountant

  • 501597
  • West Perth, WA, Australia
  • Full Time

About APM

APM is one of the world’s leading human services organisations. We’ve been enabling people to live better lives for over 25 years. Joining APM would make you part of a team of more than 7,500 in 10 countries, helping people of all abilities thrive in independent and fulfilling lives.

The Role

Based in our head office in West Perth, the Group Financial Accountant will support the General Manager Group. The role is hands-on and responsible for all Group reporting and consolidation.

About the role

As a Group Financial Accountant, you will use your time management skills be involved in a range of initiatives that will support our process improvements and Finance Integrations of acquisitions.  

  • Managing and supporting month end accounting activities
  • Preparing monthly journals relating to debt, intangibles, foreign exchange and other non-operational items
  • Preparing of the Group consolidated financial statements for the annual year end audit and half year review and ensure completeness of disclosures.
  • Audit files preparation of the Group consolidated financial statements
  • Consolidating of the Group budget for the management reporting pack
  • Managing of the monthly variance analysis and providing commentary on the financial performance
  • Liaising with the external Auditors and taking accountability over account reconciliations for internal and external audit processes
  • Preparing of the Group Reporting Packs in particular the balance sheet and cashflow including analytics for significant movement in line with respective reporting deadlines
  • Supervising of the junior accounts staff and review of their work
  • Acting as a key point of contact for finance teams globally and wider finance team to provide additional accounting support as required e.g. dividends, mobilisation of contracts, competition accounts etc.

What you’ll need

  • Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in accounting is required
  • CA/CPA qualification is preferred
  • Strong understanding of controls
  • Effective time management skills, including the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks while achieving deadlines
  • Ability to work effectively in a complex, fast moving organization, satisfying needs of diverse constituents, under the pressure of competing priorities
  • Excellent inter-personal relationship skills and the ability to work with individuals of all levels
  • Maintain confidentiality of internal financial and operational data

Why you want to join us at APM - Watch the video to learn more about us!

  • Diversity of work in Australia’s largest values driven human services provider
  • Opportunities to move across APM Divisions Globally
  • Secondment opportunities that keep it interesting and challenging
  • Performance incentive program
  • Professional development allowance
  • Laptop
  • Flexible work environment
  • Vehicle salary sacrifice options
  • Discounted health insurance

If you are looking for your next opportunity to work in a growing and dynamic Organization as a Group Financial Accountant, click Apply now.

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