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Finance Directors

eFinancialCareers Ltd. - Canberra, ACT

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Source: uWorkin


Services Australia
in Canberra, Australian Capital, Australia

Permanent, Full time

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$118,503 - $140,926

Services Australia (the Agency) makes government services simple so people can get on with their lives. Our goal is to make it easier to engage with the services that Australians rely on. To achieve this goal, we are transforming the way we work to deliver a simple, helpful, respectful and transparent experience for customers.

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Division provides financial advice, contestability, control and assurance to the Agency based on the following principles:

  • Financial information that is accurate, transparent, consistent, relevant and timely;
  • Simple, helpful, respectful, quality, contestable and informed financial advice to assist Agency decision making, including finance business partners where it is efficient, effective and practical to do so;
  • Standardised, centralised, and streamlined financial structures, processes, reporting and services, in order to remove duplication and reduce inefficiencies; and
  • The automation of financial processes where it is efficient and viable to do so.

The CFO is setting an ambitious reform agenda to modernise and automate the finance function. We are looking for people who thrive on a challenge and have strong leadership and management skills to join us. Applicants should be energetic, critical thinkers with a demonstrated ability to undertake independent assessments and provide recommendations regarding budget and financial matters.

Directors will exercise a significant degree of independence and perform an important leadership role. They will be responsible for influencing and developing strategies, policies, priorities and operational practices in support of the Agency’s Master Plan based on high level decision making and judgement. They will provide strategic advice to senior management and stakeholders as well as leading and assuming accountability for issues that have strategic, political or operational significance. Directors are responsible for leading and providing strategic direction to a team, including developing business plans, and identifying opportunities for building team capability and continuous improvement.

Director Roles

The roles available require experience in all aspects of accounting and policy and a good knowledge of the Commonwealth Financial Framework and Commonwealth Procurement Rules. The CFO Division is comprised of, and looking for applicants to fill director roles in the following branches:

  • Financial Accounting Branch, responsible for external and statutory reporting including the Agency’s financial statements, and the Agency’s asset control framework, tax management, partner Agency reporting and treasury functions;
  • Group and Project Finance Partners Branch, responsible for the internal financial management and provision of financial services to meet the needs of Agency business groups;
  • Financial Systems and Operations Branch, responsible for developing, maintaining and supporting the budget management system, maintaining SAP Finance modules, developing finance system strategies and ensuring accounting requirements are met in major payment system developments;
  • Budget and Financial Management Branch, responsible for delivery of the Agency budget, costing policy proposals and reporting to the Executive on the Agency’s financial position.
  • Procurement Branch, responsible for maintaining the Agency’s procurement and contract management frameworks, procurement and contracting reporting requirements, and assisting business areas with their non-ICT procurement and contracting needs.