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August 20, 2017

Intermediate Accountant - Top 50 Chartered Accounting firm - Sydney CBD

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The Role:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Intermediate Accountant - Tax & Business Services to join this reputable Top 50 Accounting practice based in the Sydney CBD. This is an ideal opportunity for a proactive, enthusiastic professional with a desire to expand their knowledge in multiple areas of accounting and tax.

The work at the firm is varied and challenging, with clients’ needs ranging from Tax Compliance, Business Advisory to Commercial support for ASX listed companies.

Key Duties:

- Preparation of financial statements and income tax retu
s for individuals, partnerships, companies, trusts and SMSFs.
- BAS, GST, FBT retu
s
- Monthly accounts management including balance sheet reconciliations, accounts payable, intercompany loan accounts, bank reconciliation and payment processing
- Preparation of monthly management reporting
- Liaising with clients and maintaining relationships with exte
al stakeholders, such as the ATO, ASIC and Auditors

The Ideal Candidate:

- Minimum 1-2 years experience in Accounting Public Practice
- Degree qualified in Accounting (undergraduate is considered)
- Minimum Credit average
- Commenced and working towards your CPA / CA qualification
- Sound knowledge of income tax, GST and accounting standards
- Excellent communication and time management skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to work to a deadline in a fast paced environment
- Xero & MYOB experience
- Microsoft Office experience

Benefits:

- Study support
- Opportunity to work on a broad and complex client base
- Supportive working culture
- Career progression

To Apply:

To apply for this position, please send your resume and academic transcript to [Apply online] or click ‘Apply’ below.

We appreciate all applications, but please note that only candidates successful in obtaining an interview will be contacted.

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