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  • Location: Parramatta
    Job Type : Permanent
    Date: Monday, 01 May 2017

    Working within a high volume and deadline driven environment, the role of Credit Officer will focus on proactive management of debt recovery whilst providing outstanding customer service.

    As a Credit Officer you will be responsible for managing the collection process for the Underwriting Department in line with company procedures. You will play an integral part of the team in managing the banking process, collection, and where instructed to assist the Credit Team Leader with the Credit Portfolio Management.

    Key Accountabilities: -
    * Manage and maintain an extensive credit portfolio
    * Initiate & maintain the referral process on all overdue debts to third parties
    * Action all claims excess invoices, monitor & follow up claims excess debts and compile claims recovery reports
    * Maintain refusal to renew policies and report accordingly to external authorities
    * Liaise with relevant personnel and solicitors on files requiring discussion and notify of any adjustments made to policies
    * Action all correspondence received in association with outstanding debt, and ensure any write off matters are escalated to management for approval
    * Monthly reporting of KPIs
    * Provide support to the Credit Team Leader and assist as instructed

    Key Competencies: -
    * Managing Objectives - able to establish and implement plans to ensure tasks and projects are successfully completed
    * Team Work - actively participate as a team player to ensure team objectives are achieved
    * Customer Service Orientation - ability to take ownership and responsibility for customer satisfaction by consistently meeting customer needs and expectations
    * Initiative - able to approach tasks proactively and identify areas for self-improvement and personal development
    * Willingness to learn - actively seek to understand and apply new job-related information
    * Motivation - maintain high levels of activity, energy and productivity
    * Working under pressure - maintain effective performance when under pressure to meet tight deadlines and timeframes and/or facing opposition from others
    * Attention to detail - able to apply careful consideration and great accuracy to detailed aspects of the role

    If your experience matches the above criteria and you are available immediately, please apply and submit your resume in word format.

    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have a valid Australian or New Zealand work visa.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

  • Location: Melbourne CBD
    Job Type : Permanent
    Date: Sunday, 30 April 2017

    Do you want to be part of the high-paced, international work environment of Vestas, the global leader in wind energy? Your achievements will change the world's energy mix and help preserve our planet for future generations.

    Financial Analyst
    Business Improvement

    The Business Improvement division is dedicated in the support and implementation of service operations governance and global service ( GS) business growth initiatives within the APC region. In this newly created position, the Financial Analyst will provide accurate Accounting and proactive analysis services for the Business Improvement function within the APC Region.

    This is your opportunity to work for a global leader and have direct impact on how this global entity evolves.

    Responsibilities:

      Provide accounting, strategy and analysis support to the GS Business Improvement Business Unit.Active involvement in divisional forecasting and modeling.Review and amend general ledger results and financial reports for the GS Business Improvement Business Unit.Interrogate existing databases for data accuracyTrend analysis and forecastingBecome integral stakeholder to future strategy policy making and implementation across APC

    Qualifications:

      Degree in Accounting/Commerce/ BusinessCPA/CA - Would be well regarded

    Competencies:

      Minimum 5 years' experience in a major Project / Analyst environment.Experience in infrastructure/Asset management (+$50m plus)Experience in international business reporting environment.Experience working in deadline driven pressure environment.

    What we offer:

    In return, the successful applicants will be provided with ongoing comprehensive training, offered an attractive base salary, mobile phone and laptop computer and company bonus.

    Additional Information:
    Primary work location: Melbourne
    There will be travel involved

    About Vestas
    Vestas is the energy industry's global partner on wind power solutions. We design, manufacture, install and service turbines across the globe, and with more than 78 GW of wind turbines in 75 countries, we have installed more wind power than anyone else.

    Through our industry-leading smart data capabilities and unparalleled 68 GW of wind turbines under service, we use data to interpret, forecast, and exploit wind resources and deliver best-in-class wind power solutions.

    Together with our customers, Vestas' more than 21,900 employees are bringing the world sustainable energy solutions to power a bright future.

    We invite you to learn more about Vestas by visiting our website at www.vestas.com and following us on our social media channels.







  • Location: Sydney CBD
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 29 January 2017

    The Financial Analyst is an integral part of the Controllership Finance team and is responsible for the business' month close process. The successful candidate will need to understand the linkages between key performance indicators and business results, while translating these movements into meaningful analysis.

    Primary responsibilities for the role include:
    * Perform various month-end close activities including reconciliations, ad hoc journal entries and analytical procedures
    * Review monthly results to provide variance analysis
    * Prepare reports on the month close results and quarterly board report commentary
    * Manage chart of accounts and responsibility centre structure
    * Assist with and support internal and external audits
    * Provide accounting support on special projects related to key business and financial initiatives
    * Provide financial expertise to internal business partners on US GAAP and Internal Policies
    * Work closely with shared services centres
    * Any adhoc duties assigned by the leader.

    Qualifications
    * Strong financial, analytical and problem solving skills
    * Experience of working in a highly matrix organization
    * A good understanding of US GAAP and local IFRS accounting policies are essential
    * Effective written and verbal communication skills
    * Proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
    * Oracle/Essbase knowledge of advantage
    * Bachelor's degree required in accounting, finance or related discipline
    * CPA/CA a plus - 2 - 5 years of relevant Finance/Business work experience

    If this sounds like you, send your resume in word format to:
    carlo.santos@au.manpower.com


    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate
    Australian or New Zealand work visa.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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  • Location: Sydney CBD
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2017

    The Financial Analyst is an integral part of the Controllership Finance team and is responsible for the business' month close process. The successful candidate will need to understand the linkages between key performance indicators and business results, while translating these movements into meaningful analysis.

    Primary responsibilities for the role include:
    * Perform various month-end close activities including reconciliations, ad hoc journal entries and analytical procedures
    * Review monthly results to provide variance analysis
    * Prepare reports on the month close results and quarterly board report commentary
    * Manage chart of accounts and responsibility centre structure
    * Assist with and support internal and external audits
    * Provide accounting support on special projects related to key business and financial initiatives
    * Provide financial expertise to internal business partners on US GAAP and Internal Policies
    * Work closely with shared services centres
    * Any adhoc duties assigned by the leader.

    Qualifications
    * Strong financial, analytical and problem solving skills
    * Experience of working in a highly matrix organization
    * A good understanding of US GAAP and local IFRS accounting policies are essential
    * Effective written and verbal communication skills
    * Proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
    * Oracle/Essbase knowledge of advantage
    * Bachelor's degree required in accounting, finance or related discipline
    * CPA/CA a plus - 2 - 5 years of relevant Finance/Business work experience

    If this sounds like you, send your resume in word format to:
    carlo.santos@au.manpower.com


    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate
    Australian or New Zealand work visa.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    APPLY NOW!



  • Location: Sydney CBD
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 12 January 2017

    The Financial Analyst is an integral part of the Controllership Finance team and is responsible for the business' month close process. The successful candidate will need to understand the linkages between key performance indicators and business results, while translating these movements into meaningful analysis.

    Primary responsibilities for the role include:
    * Perform various month-end close activities including reconciliations, ad hoc journal entries and analytical procedures
    * Review monthly results to provide variance analysis
    * Prepare reports on the month close results and quarterly board report commentary
    * Manage chart of accounts and responsibility centre structure
    * Assist with and support internal and external audits
    * Provide accounting support on special projects related to key business and financial initiatives
    * Provide financial expertise to internal business partners on US GAAP and Internal Policies
    * Work closely with shared services centres
    * Any adhoc duties assigned by the leader.

    Qualifications
    * Strong financial, analytical and problem solving skills
    * Experience of working in a highly matrix organization
    * A good understanding of US GAAP and local IFRS accounting policies are essential
    * Effective written and verbal communication skills
    * Proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
    * Oracle/Essbase knowledge of advantage
    * Bachelor's degree required in accounting, finance or related discipline
    * CPA/CA a plus - 2 - 5 years of relevant Finance/Business work experience

    If this sounds like you, send your resume in word format to:
    carlo.santos@au.manpower.com


    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate
    Australian or New Zealand work visa.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    APPLY NOW!



  • Location: Sydney CBD
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Wednesday, 11 January 2017

    The Financial Analyst is an integral part of the Controllership Finance team and is responsible for the business' month close process. The successful candidate will need to understand the linkages between key performance indicators and business results, while translating these movements into meaningful analysis.

    Primary responsibilities for the role include:
    * Perform various month-end close activities including reconciliations, ad hoc journal entries and analytical procedures
    * Review monthly results to provide variance analysis
    * Prepare reports on the month close results and quarterly board report commentary
    * Manage chart of accounts and responsibility centre structure
    * Assist with and support internal and external audits
    * Provide accounting support on special projects related to key business and financial initiatives
    * Provide financial expertise to internal business partners on US GAAP and Internal Policies
    * Work closely with shared services centres
    * Any adhoc duties assigned by the leader.

    Qualifications
    * Strong financial, analytical and problem solving skills
    * Experience of working in a highly matrix organization
    * A good understanding of US GAAP and local IFRS accounting policies are essential
    * Effective written and verbal communication skills
    * Proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
    * Oracle/Essbase knowledge of advantage
    * Bachelor's degree required in accounting, finance or related discipline
    * CPA/CA a plus - 2 - 5 years of relevant Finance/Business work experience

    If this sounds like you, send your resume in word format to:
    carlo.santos@au.manpower.com


    To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate
    Australian or New Zealand work visa.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    APPLY NOW!