Key Leadership Role | Drive a High-Performance Culture
Our client, EllieB’s, was established in 1981 by a loving group of parents who came together to support each other and help those with intellectual disabilities to live meaningful lives. Formerly known as EBL Disability Services, today, EllieB’s remains committed to ensuring every person is supported to embrace and enjoy a rich and full lifestyle of their choice, and they do this through leading by example to create an innovative, transparent, embracing and brave culture of inclusion, collaboration and respect.
At an exciting time in the organisation’s history, the role of Finance Manager is available for a suitably qualified and experienced leader to support the ongoing management of EllieB’s, now and into the future.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and working alongside the consulting Chief Financial Officer and Finance Committee, the Finance Manager will provide support to, and manage the performance of, a diverse team of accountants and plan managers; oversee AP/AR, contracts, service agreements and month- and year-end, Board and ACNC reporting; process payroll, prepare quotes, conduct cost analysis and complete weekly invoicing, as well as have oversight of insurance, fleet and pricing schedules.
Key to your success in this role will be your well-developed leadership skills enabling you to foster a culture of high-performance, collaboration and cohesion. Possessing excellent analytical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills, you will be naturally friendly and positive in your demeanour, yet highly driven and adaptable in your approach to work, engendering the trust and respect of those with whom you work.
Supporting your personal attributes, it is expected that you will hold a tertiary qualification in Accounting or Commerce, as well as demonstrable experience in a similar role. Experience from within the NDIS sector is favourable, and a competitive remuneration package is on offer for the appointee.
Applications close at 9:00am on Monday, 8 August 2022.
Telephone enquiries to Tess Mayes or Chris Robinson are welcome on (+618) 8212 0999.