Collective Purpose Accountant
The Collective Purpose social enterprise is looking for an accountant to lead the provision of expert accounting services to not-for-profit organisations as part of a shared services business model. The successful candidate will have the skills and experience to help not-for-profit organisations forge thriving and sustainable futures.
The Collective Purpose accountant will be responsible for planning, reviewing and administering the accounting systems and procedures for our not-for-profit organisations. The Collective Purpose Accountant will undertake financial analysis and reporting, manage compliance requirements, financial monitoring and budgeting. This position reports to the Collective Purpose Business Manager.
Collective Purpose is a joint initiative between three leading and innovative mental health and not-for-profit organisations: WayAhead Mental Health Association NSW; Being | Mental Health and Wellbeing Consumer Advisory Group; and Mental Health Carers (MHCN).
We have been working collaboratively over the past three years on an initiative to develop a shared services business model. A central priority of this initiative has been the creation of a dynamic working environment that fosters collaboration and innovation, and provides a stimulating, inclusive working space where people love to work.
This is a unique opportunity to join a growing social enterprise with a fantastic vibe and a great work/life balance.
Collective Purpose is situated in Woolloomooloo, NSW.
CP salaries are based on the Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Award (SCHADS) salary rage is Level 6, $77,000 per annum plus super plus salary packaging.
Prior to submitting your application, download a recruitment information package HERE or, for phone enquiries call 02 9332 0241
Applications to be submitted by email to Cecilia Rais at email@example.com
Applicants must address all the selection criteria to be considered.
Applications close on Monday 22 May 2018, 5pm.
No late applications will be accepted