It is CRC policy to ensure that we put the most capable person in the job, regardless of irrelevant personal or physical attributes and circumstances. CRC offers a supportive work environment where there are opportunities to practice innovative service delivery. We provide regular support and training sessions and we encourage creativity in working with ex-prisoners and their families.
The Community Restorative Centre Inc. (CRC) is a community based agency providing assistance to people affected by the criminal justice system.
We are currently seeking a Finance Officer:
• 38 hours per week
• Contract up to 30th June 2015, with ongoing employment dependent on funding.
• $70,000 gross per annum plus Salary Packaging
• Terms and Conditions of employment as per Level 6 Paypoint 3 of the SCHADS Award 2010
• Based in Broadway
As a strong Finance Officer you will have responsibility for maintaining and further developing CRC’s financial record keeping and reporting systems, and for assisting with the maintenance of administrative systems. You will contribute to meeting statutory reporting and funding submission requirements, including assisting with submissions and returns to CRC’s funding bodies, and to statutory agencies. As part of your role you will assist in the day-to-day operations of CRC, participating co-operatively within the CRC team. In conjunction with the Management team you will assist with the development and maintenance of CRC’s organisational and human resource policies and procedures. Your role will maintains responsibility and accountability for CRC’s budget.This position is a great opportunity for a passionate finance professional to join a dynamic organisation.
• bookkeeping and financial administration experience or relevant financial qualifications
• understanding of financial management and internal control principles
• skills and experience in operating accounting, spreadsheet, word processing and database computer programs
• knowledge and understanding of Australian taxation law as it relates to small business financial management
• skills and experience in operating administrative systems including minute taking and correspondence writing
• good oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
• excellent organisational abilities and ability to work to deadlines
• ability to work with minimal supervision and operate co-operatively as a member of a small team
• proficient working knowledge of MYOB, QuickBooks, Microsoft Excel, Word computer programs
• ability to consult and liaise on different levels within a range of organisations, identifying and accessing relevant resources
• ability to work effectively with committees
• knowledge of the issues facing people involved in the criminal justice system
Please complete Selection Criteria Form:
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders & people from culturally & linguistically diverse communities are encouraged to apply.
Applications must include a completed Selection Criteria Form and a brief resume.
Closing Date: 10th March 2014
Mark your application to the attention of the Alison Churchill.
Applications may be:
Faxed to: 02 9211 6518 or
Posted to: PO Box 541 Broadway NSW 2007
Phone 02 9288 8700 or visit www.crcnsw.org.au for more information.