The Boroondara Stroke Support Group (BSSG) requires an audit of its 2019/2020 financial accounts. We are looking for an independent Accountant to complete this for our organisation.
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The Macedonian Community Welfare Association (MCWA) seeks expressions of interest from qualified applicants for the appointment of five newly identified vacancies. With a forward focus and an eye on growth, MCWA looks to strengthen the skills of its current Board by appointing additional experts.
Do you have skills in microfinance or past experience in the finance sector or community services, social work training/experience and would like to further your skills by assisting vulnerable members of the community through financial inclusion. Come and join Community Information and Support Moreland's (CIS Moreland) NILS program and provide interest-free loans for individuals or families living on low incomes.
Avalon is required by the ACNC to submit an Audit of our accounts as we have passed the threshold and become a 'medium sized' organisation. We need an experienced and qualified accountant who is willing to volunteer to do this for us.
Feel good about using your skills to help a local sporting club thrive as much off the pitch as they do on the pitch. You will win the admiration of friends and family when they hear about your selfless support of a local sporting group. We're an ambitious Club with plans to grow aggressively over the next 5-10 years, it will be exciting to be part of that. We're a friendly, happy group of people that will make you feel very welcome and highly value your skills
A Policy Officer provides analysis and advice on issues an organisation is concerned with, liaises with both internal and external networks of contacts, and develops policy relating to the rules and principles of the issues accordingly.
Policy Managers are employed by governments and other large organisations to direct the creation of new policies and strategic plans. They lead teams of people in creating and maintaining a cohesive set of policies that reflect the organisation’s needs and practices.
Management Consultants are trained to provide strategic advice to improve the financial and operational health of their clients' organisations. They may also help organisations to develop specialist skills that they may be lacking.
As a General Manager, you will plan, direct and coordinate the operations of an organisation or a business unit within an organisation. Rather than focusing on one functional area of management, such as HR, procurement or administration, you will oversee all aspects of the business or business unit.
Community Development Officers often work for a government department, local government council, or not for profit organisation to help communities identify projects and enact on them. Often a Community Development Officer is involved with assessing housing needs within a community and aiming to address those needs by working with city planners and by gaining community input.
A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is one of the highest-ranking executives in a company and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Although the role of the CFO will differ from organisation to organisation, their main responsibility is to manage the company’s finances, including profit and loss reporting, budget allocation, financial forecasting and financial risk management.
Support Officers work in offices providing general support to managers and customers. They assist in the planning and administration of an organisation’s daily operations and ensure customer enquiries and issues are resolved in a timely manner.
Communications Officers are responsible for assisting the communications activities of an organisation, under the direction of a Communications Manager. This includes devising communications strategies, creating content, briefing vendors and organising events.
As a Finance Manager, you will play a key role in helping management make informed financial decisions. The role supports the Chief Financial Officer and executive management team by providing financial guidance. This will involve analysing and presenting on financial strengths and weaknesses, identifying and managing financial risks and exploring opportunities for increasing revenue and reducing costs.
he primary objective of a Business Development Manager is to bring onboard new customers. What form this takes will depend on the nature of the company. You’ll likely be looking to identify new markets, new partnerships, and new ways to reach existing markets. As a Business Development Manager, you may also be responsible for developing a new product or service offerings to better meet the needs of new and existing customers.
Legal Counsel are Lawyers who work in–house at organisations, providing legal advice and guidance on matters of law. They review and draft legal documents, manage risk, conduct negotiations on behalf of the organisation and ensure the organisation’s legal compliance. Legal counsel or a counsellor at law is a person who gives advice and deals with various issues, particularly in legal matters.
The responsibilities of Board Secretary include preparing meetings of shareholders and boards of directors, maintaining company records and shareholders information, dealing with information disclosure etc. The Secretary of the Board is a managerial position.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for the operation of the Executive Directors Office in a small and agile organisation. The position provides high-level executive support to the executive team including administrative and logistical support to all aspects of corporate governance, such as collation of Board papers, contracts, and other governance requirements.
The Client Services Manager and Coordinator serve as a middleman between an organisation and our clients. Client Services Managers are responsible for providing excellent customer service and ensuring their staff does the same. They may be responsible for creating policies and procedures the client services department adheres to, as well as providing appropriate training for employees.
Relationship Managers are responsible for communicating with certain people or entities inside or outside of the company they work for. Relationship Managers may interact with a range of stakeholders: businesses, clients, vendors, customers, communities and government.
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