Positions Vacant

Bookkeeper/Administration/Receptionist All Rounder

About the Business:

Equestrian Australia (EA) is the peak body for the administration of Equestrian Sport in Australia. The commitment to success is encouraged at every level of the sport and is reflected in world-class results at Olympic level.

The Role:

  • Immediate start – Full Time Role
  • Homebush Business Village
  • Bookkeeper/Administration/Receptionist All-Rounder

QUALIFICATIONS

Educational

  • Relevant Vocational or Tertiary Qualifications in Accounting with Advanced MS Office Skills - particularly MYOB EXO and MS Excel

Experience

  • 2 years relevant accounting/book-keeping experience is required.
  • Experience with working within a member based sports administrative or not-for-profit environment.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Efficient and effective accounting processes and procedures.
  • Good organisational skills, ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.
  • Develop productive relationships with staff, members and customers with a professional and friendly manner.
  • Ability to work effectively, with attention to detail, be task focused, autonomously and within a small team

Accounting Skills

  • Accounts Receivable & Payable using MYOB EXO
  • Process Payments & Credit Card Transactions
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • General Admin duties including Reception

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • The primary responsibility of the role is bookkeeping using MYOB EXO accounting software with general administration duties and responsibilities including answering the telephones.

 

The ideal candidate will also have prior administration experience in dealing with customers, suppliers & employees. They will also be enthusiastic and willing to assist within the office wherever required. If this role sounds like an ideal position for you, please do not hesitate to Apply Now.

 

Email cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Friday 14 December 2018.

 

 

 

Committee Liaison Manager

About the Business:

Equestrian Australia (EA) is the peak body for the administration of Equestrian Sport in Australia. The commitment to success is encouraged at every level of the sport and is reflected in world-class results at Olympic level.

The Role:

  • Immediate start – Full Time Role
  • Homebush Business Village

Reporting to: Chief Executive Officer

Direct Report: Committee Liaison Officer

Role Purpose:

  • To develop, lead and manage all governance and support for our national committees to ensure our disciplines and specialist areas are appropriately supported. To directly support the National Committees for our Olympic, and non-Olympic disciplines.

Responsibilities:

  • Review the existing committee support process and make recommendations regarding improvements
  • Create and maintain a support/governance strategy in line with our values and strategic objectives
  • Represent Equestrian Australia (EA) externally to enhance and strengthen our profile and optimise opportunities for the development and growth of equestrian sport
  • Implement and manage approved initiatives including budget, resources and time frames
  • Work collaboratively with the Committee Chairs to facilitate the smooth flow of information and recommendations to and from management, State Branches and the EA Board
  • Be the central liaison point for our Olympic Discipline Committees and non-Olympic Discipline Committees
  • Be the central liaison point for the FEI on all National Discipline Committee matters
  • Manage a team member who is responsible for providing administrative support to the National Discipline Committees and FEI events and provide guidance to enable their ongoing development
  • Respond to day to day queries and requests

Required Skills and Attributes:

  • A strong understanding of governance practices, preferably within a sporting organisation
  • Proven experience in managing complex administrative structures and processes
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, industry bodies and the member community to enhance and strengthen EA’s profile
  • Ability to moderate and negotiate to achieve amicable and productive outcomes
  • Self-motivated, with the ability to problem solve and use initiative
  • Possess a calm and confident manner, along with the ability to influence and persuade
  • Demonstrated ability to diligently manage a comprehensive schedule of committee meetings
  • An obsessive attention to detail with the ability to forward plan
  • Strong written communication skills with the ability to write accurate reports, minutes and compelling proposals
  • Proven ability to achieve success while ensuring appropriate regard to operational, legal, financial and reputational risk
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others to provide a high quality service
  • Ability to cope with high pressure, tight deadlines and multiple, competing priorities
  • A reliable team player with a hands-on, can-do ethos
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, as required, as some committee meetings are held at EA events and/or on a weekend
  • Equestrian knowledge will provide a distinct advantage. An interest in the development of equestrian sport is a must

 Email cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Friday 14th December 2018.

STATE BRANCHES