Commercial Accountant – Part Time
The Noetic Group is a management consulting company that prides itself on delivering unique, customer centric, Signature Solutions for our clients. We assist clients with optimising the now, embracing the new, and preparing for the next; we therefore work across the spectrum of organisational development and change. Over the last 17 years we have built a reputation for driving practical, lasting and innovative solutions. Noetic has built a strong portfolio of successful projects working with clients across government (ranging from national security to social policy areas), the private sector and not-for-profit sectors.
Our individual and collective approach to our work is underpinned by our values — pursue excellence, lead with innovation, be deliberately outcomes focused, and to be generously engaged with our clients. These values have led to our ongoing growth and contributed to Noetic’s enviable reputation as a recognised tier two professional services firm that stands out from the crowd.
Our head office is in Canberra with offices in both Sydney and Washington.
About the role
Noetic is experiencing a period of strong growth with focus in the ACT and NSW markets with our client projects spanning the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
We are looking to engage a suitable qualified and experienced Accountant (Part Time) to drive the end-to-end financial responsibilities of Noetic and contribute to building our capability.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Commercial Accountant is responsible for analysing and reporting on key financial data to the Management and Board of Noetic to enable informed strategic business decisions to be made. This role will provide financial planning, budgeting, risk management, cash flow analysis and management reporting, identifying ways to manage costs efficiently whilst ensuring Noetic adheres, at all times, with the accounting standards and its tax obligations.
Noetic is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome interest from people with diverse backgrounds; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Skills and Experience Required
To succeed you will have:
- Tertiary Qualifications in Business, Commerce, Accountancy or related discipline (Essential)
- Currently hold or working towards attaining the Australian Society of CPAs or Chartered Institute of Accountants membership
- Ability to obtain a security clearance if required
Competencies (knowledge, skills and behaviours):
- Significant demonstratable experience in financial and management accounting
- Excellent analytical and interpretive skills with a common-sense approach
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Attention to detail and ability to multitask, adhere to deadlines and perform under pressure
- In-depth knowledge of, and skills using, accounting software (preferably MYOB), computer-based office systems, including advance Excel and spreadsheeting skills
- Knowledge and understanding of the Australian tax system and Australian Accounting Standards
- A proven ability to work autonomously and harmoniously as a team member
- Excellent organisational, analytical and problem-solving skills and practical judgement
- Demonstrates the highest levels of integrity, reliability and discretion
- High level of self-motivation and strives to achieve performance goals with enthusiasm and determination
What we offer you
- The opportunity to develop and maintain a new level of financial management within our established Tier 2 consultancy that is focused on quality, tailored solutions and relationships
- A place in this dynamic and high performing team with a strong commitment to teamwork and growth delivering a diverse range of projects for clients across Australia and overseas
- Ongoing learning, mentoring and career development
- Work alongside experienced industry professionals in a diverse, inclusive, supportive, and collaborative environment
The position is Canberra based and applicants are required to attend face-to-face interviews in Canberra.
You must an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident with full working rights in order to apply for this role.
CVs and cover letters should be submitted no later than Monday 9 March 2020 to .