Shooting Australia (SA) is recognised as the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for the sport of shooting in Australia.
SA is recognised by The Australian Sports Commission (ASC), the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC), the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA), the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) and the Oceania Shooting Federation (OSF).
SA's key internal stakeholders are the National, State and Territory Shooting Associations and affiliated clubs. SA currently has five Full Member organisations and one Associate Member. SA works closely with the ASC and AIS and the National Institute Network (NIN) to deliver a world leading sporting system.
Vision: To be a unifying leader creating a strong and vibrant target shooting sport community that enables Australian athlete's to be World's best
Purpose: To lead the success, growth and sustainability of target shooting sports in Australia
The Finance Officer is responsible for the day to day financial activities and operations of Shooting Australia. The key duties include accounts receivable and payable, preparation of BAS statements, controlling and reconciling all bank accounts, managing payroll and statutory requirements and maintaining the operational and financial activities of Shooting Australia.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES, OUTPUTS AND ACTIVITIES
The Finance Officer needs to be competent in all financial activities and administration functions as well as ensuring that Shooting Australia is an employer of choice by living the values of LUCIE.
The key Job Responsibilities will include;
- Manage all accounts receivable and payable
- Manage the general ledger and all related controls and analysis
- Manage all bank accounts and the reconciliation of credit cards and petty cash
- Manage payroll preparation and processing
- Manage all financial legislative requirements including BAS, Workcover, superannuation and taxation
- Assist the CEO with overall organisational budgeting, financial reporting and acquittals
- Maintain appropriate systems, registers and templates including; asset register, depreciation schedule and staff leave entitlements
- Ensure the appropriate financial measures, controls and audits are in place
- Ensure that the Shooting Australia office is a professional and modern workplace
- Collaborate with other staff to ensure that the business and operations of Shooting Australia is appropriately supported
- Any other duties as directed by the CEO
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
The successful applicant will be required to achieve a high level of consistency and effectiveness, including;
- Ensuring the successful completion of an annual financial audit
- Ensuring that Shooting Australia complies with all regulatory and statutory requirements
- Positively contributing to SA achieving its operational and strategic goals
- Successfully contributing to the Shooting Australia culture – LUCIE.
The primary requirement for the Finance Officer is to have demonstrated experience in a financial or accounts management role.
- Demonstrated experience in a finance management role
- Competent in financial management, including; BAS, GST, payroll and accounts
- Sound working knowledge of all financial regulations and statutory requirements
- A proven track record of customer service
- High attention to detail, with a professional approach.
- A positive, friendly and motivated personality.
- An enthusiastic individual who is innovative and happy to work as part of a team.
The Finance Officer will report to the Chief Executive Officer on a day to day basis.
This position will be based out of the SA head office located in Wayville, Adelaide.
This is a full time and permanent position, with the flexibility for the right applicant to work 3-4 Days per week or a 7-day fortnight (52.5 hrs) between 8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday to Friday
The salary will be negotiated with the successful candidate.