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EL1 Finance Manager (BB-03B97)

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Our Federal Government client are looking to engage with a highly experience Finance Manager deliver client-focused, efficient, professional and value-add services to the division and wider department as a whole.

To be successful in this role, you will have a strong customer-centric focus, lead by example, ensure compliance with Commonwealth and departmental requirements and drive continuous business process improvement.

Job Description
Leading a team including taking responsibility for the achievements of own and team outcomes, monitoring progress of budge and finances and following through to ensure delivery of quality and timely outcomes; Maintaining and leveraging key departmental relationships with internal stakeholders to: Optimise value for money across the procurement lifecycle, Prepare, monitor and oversee high-quality financial/budget and expenditure reports. Partnering with business areas to lead and facilitate Divisional procurement, finance, budgets, financial analysis and planning ; Ensuring Divisional compliance with all relevant legislation and regulatory frameworks as well as commonwealth and departmental policies and procedures, including but not limited to the PGPA Act, PGPA associated instruments and policies, Commonwealth Procurement Rules, Indigenous Procurement Policy and Finance Business Rules; Provision of strategic advice to the Division finance, budgets, financial analysis and planning related matters; Oversee and deliver financial management capability uplift across the Division; Prepare budget forecasting and affordability predictions for future spends; Assist with building capability to establish a strategic financial management function within the division; Building a continuous improvement culture within the Section that is customer-centric through the design, delivery, review and improvement of the Section's service offerings to add value in supporting the Division to achieve business priorities; Promote and manage positive and productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including liaison, negotiation and consultation; Represent the department at internal and external fora;
The Successful Applicant
A track record of: effectively leading and motivating a team to deliver high-quality and timely outcomes; building a positive and can-do team culture that is attuned to senior executive expectations, organisational goals and compliance requirements; strong workload planning; and a commitment to the ongoing development of staff; Provide support to the wider Division to improve their financial , procurement management practises and capabilities; Take a collaborative, pragmatic, flexible approach and form strong working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders; Strong inter-personal, teamwork and conflict resolution skills as well as sound planning capabilities and presentation skills; Applying strong organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise and coordinate complex tasks, manage varying workload, meet agreed deadlines and undertake a variety of tasks with limited supervision or direction to your work and the work of the Section, with an awareness of possible impact on strategic or operational outcomes for the Division; Experience in providing strategic advice on complex and/or sensitive procurement, contracting, finance, budgets, financial analysis and planning and contract management related matters High level research, analytical and conceptual problem solving skills including the ability to exercise sound judgement and think strategically in relation to contract interpretation, management and recommendations; Communicate to a wide range of audiences using your excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, including a keen eye for detai Ability to quickly gain an understanding of current and emerging issues and maintain an in-depth knowledge of legislative requirements and best practice; Demonstrated ability to respond in a positive and flexible manner to change and uncertainty and a willingness to share information with others to encourage cooperation; Problem solve, apply sound judgment and be transparent and collaborative in decision making utilising a strong customer-centric approach; A highly motivated self-starter with a continuous improvement and best practice attitude
What's on Offer

Fantastic work culture working is a fast based branch delivering a large scale national program

Page Personnel is a business name of Michael Page International (Australia) Pty Limited (ABN 58 002 872 264) and is part of the PageGroup.Registered office: Level 32 Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000.

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