- Bring your finance experience to help close the gap in Aboriginal Health
- Great remuneration + salary sacrificing options
- Part-time, 3 days per week opportunity - pick your own days!
About Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services
Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services (KACCMS) is a not for profit Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO) providing culturally attuned, integrated health and community services on the Far South Coast of New South Wales. The organisation’s vision is that all Aboriginal people on the Far South Coast live fulfilled lives and reach their potential. Katungul seeks to achieve this by reducing access barriers, delivering high-quality services with a continuous improvement focus, fostering community ownership, operating from a strengths-based approach and based on a kinship model of care.
About the Opportunity
KACCMS now has a rewarding opportunity for a 3 day a week, part-time Finance Manager to help make a real difference to the local community, based in Narooma, NSW.
Reporting to the CEO, your main responsibility will be to manage the day-to-day financial activities of KACCMS to ensure effective and sound financial and accounting practices across the organisation. Providing financial and technical advice to relevant stakeholders across all business teams, you'll provide insights into commercial opportunities, revenue analysis and organisational efficiencies to facilitate strategic decision making.
Some of your key responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to):
- Assisting with the preparation of the financial statements for the corporation at year end (30th June);
- Undertaking month-end procedures for Katungul to bring the accounts up to date each month as well as keeping the FMIS (MYOB) up to date;
- Providing a report after months end comprising Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss, Budgets v Actuals and Bank Reconciliations;
- Supporting the Katungul Accounts clerk in his/her duties to undertake data entry and maintain data integrity;
- Preparing and maintaining funding and program budgets; and
- Providing data and reports to enable financial reporting to funding bodies in accordance with requirements.
The successful candidate will be degree qualified in Finance, Accounting or Business, with previous experience in a related role (preferably within a community or NFP organisation). Candidates with CA or CPA qualifications and experience using MYOB will be held in high regard, though this is not essential to the role.
With two direct reports (a Finance Assistant and an Accounts Clerk), you will be a supportive and engaging leader who is collaborative in your approach to leadership.
This role will suit an analytical and problem-solving finance professional who is process driven and enjoys working in a collaborative team environment. Importantly, you will be an excellent communicator who is confident working with people from all different cultures and backgrounds. Someone who is comfortable living in a regional environment will be best suited to this position and previous experience working with Aboriginal communities in a remote or regional setting will be highly advantageous.
About the Benefits
This is an influential 'hands-on' role, that offers you the opportunity to advance your career as part of a highly respected organisation.
While you will face diverse new challenges in this role, you will also enjoy generous provisions and an attractive salary package as well as salary sacrificing options to increase your take-home pay.
If you are an experienced Finance Manager looking to bring your skills to make a real difference to local communities — Apply Now!