With an enviable international reputation for world class performances and a vital role at the heart of the South Australian community, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is one of the nation's most exciting performing arts organisations.
Reporting to the Managing Director and responsible for managing a full time Accountant, this role provides hands on financial and management accounting, decision support, compliance, reporting services and administrative support to the business. Key responsibilities include:
- preparing accurate and timely management and financial reports critical to effective business decision making and compliance;
- managing cash flow, preparing forecasts and budget reporting;
- coordinating the planning and preparation of annual budget and year end processes;
- ensuring payroll, superannuation and taxation obligations are met;
- maintaining and enhancing the ASO’s financial reporting systems and processes, embracing continuous improvement opportunities.
Applications are invited from CA/CPA qualified professionals (or working towards completion), with hands on financial and management accounting experience. The successful applicant must be highly motivated with strong attention to detail and be driven to add value through exceptional communication, analysis and application of technical skills and commercial acumen. Excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills, integrity, initiative and flexibility together with an unwavering focus on collaborative team work and customer service, are all essential qualities sought.
This position is offered on a part time basis. Flexibility of days/hours for an outstanding candidate will be considered in order to attract the right person.
For a job and person specification, please click on the PDF logo above or below, and for further information on our client, please visit aso.com.au
Applications in Word format only should be forwarded to Andrew Reed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Andrew or Lucy Dinnison-Mitchell on (08) 8100 8849.