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Business Services Supervisor

Job details

Location: NSW - Sydney
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Reference: Ad-25360
Posted: 17 days ago

Job description

Charterhouse are partnering with a Top 40 firm based in the CBD to help them an exceptional supervisor for their business services division.
This firm take pride at being at the forefront of using technology to enhance their service offering while also making their staff as efficient as possible. As part of an internal network, they also have overseas secondment opportunities for their staff and have several high-profile, international clients on their books.
 
This role has been newly created due to the firm recording 25% year on year revenue growth and as such, you will need to be able to roll your sleeves up and get stuck into a position that won’t have an exact defined structure in the short term. The upside of this is you can make the role your own your progression is only limited by your ability to deliver for your clients.
 
You will be managing a team of accountants and intermediates; reviewing their work and managing their workflow, delegating clients to the right people and providing on the job training and development where needed.
 
The Role
 

  • Preparation of financial statements, tax returns, BAS, FBT and Payroll tax
  • Servicing individuals, partnerships, companies and trusts
  • Liaising with the ATO, ASIC and other bodies
  • Review of financial reports
  • Ad hoc advisory and research work  


About You
 

  • CA Qualified (or near completion)
  • 5-7 years’ experience
  • Ability to monitor WIP and billings
  • Solid understanding of Tax fundamentals
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Enthusiastic and a self-starter attitude  


If you are looking for progression, development and a balance in your life and career, this could be the exact role you have been looking for.
 
If you are interested in this position and feel you meet the criteria, then please send your CV to adam@charterhouse.com.au or click on the link attached to this advert