Corporate Accountant

About the role: Reporting to the General Manager Corporate, the Corporate Accountant will prepare and contribute to financial planning, budgeting, risk management, cash flow analysis and management reporting and identify ways to manage costs efficiently in line with accounting principles and practices.  This role will provide support and oversight of the transactional accounting activities to ensure the efficient and effective management of Accounts Payable and Receivable and other activities impacting upon the financial performance and reporting of Australian Energy Producers. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining the financial accounts and general ledger system, and contributing to the budgeting process 
  • Establishing and maintaining effective financial controls and systems, including GL, reconciliations, internal charging, control and suspense accounts, period-end, and year-end processes
  • Producing monthly financial management reports, advice, and analysis; and, assisting in preparation of Board reporting 
  • Preparing tax lodgements including the preparation of the Business Activity Statements. 
  • Assisting in the preparation and review of internal financial policies and procedures
  • Supporting the internal and external audit function  

About you: To succeed in this role, you will have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in business, commerce, accountancy, or related discipline. 
  • Membership of Australian Society of CPAs or Chartered Institute of Accountants, or working towards attaining CPA or equivalent membership 
  • Experience forecasting, budgeting, and analysing financials 
  • Experience with Xero or similar financial systems  
  • In-depth knowledge of, and skills using, computer-based office systems, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database software 
  • High-level written and verbal communication skills  
  • Interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise effectively with people at all levels  
  • Excellent attention to detail and commitment to accuracy, with ability to meet deadlines 
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills allied to practical judgement 
  • Knowledge of financial reporting in a member organisation (Desirable)

We welcome your application in the form of a cover letter highlighting your experience and interest along with a detailed CV.   

For enquiries, please contact [email protected]   

Note:  

1. Applications will be reviewed regularly so we encourage you not to delay your application.  

2. The preferred applicant will be required to complete employment verification checks, including a national police check before progressing to any offer of employment. 

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Office Manager (Qld)

About the role: Reporting to the Director Queensland, the role will provide broad exposure to executive support, office management and administration tasks. It involves confidential, high-level information as well as engagement with government, industry and community. While responsible for the smoother operation of the Brisbane office, the position also provides administrative support and compliance across the organisation, as part of the Corporate function.

Responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to:

Executive support

  • Diary management, general administration (document management, expenses) and travel 
  • Assist with the organisation of Board meetings, workshops, and members’ meetings when in Brisbane, in support of the Brisbane-based events manager

Office management

  • Manage office supplies
  • Liaison with external suppliers and coordinate visits as required
  • Order/set up IT equipment as required
  • Australian Energy Producers liaison for building management
  • Document management within office SharePoint site

Administrative tasks 

  • Distribution of documents, including mail and couriers 
  • Maintenance of a clean and tidy workplace
  • Organisation of special team events
  • Data entry and support
  • Ensure that all work is carried out in accordance with Australian Energy Producers’ employee policies and standards

About you: To succeed in this role, you will have:

  • Demonstrated experience in an office manager or senior administrative role
  • Ability to work autonomously with a high level of organisation and manage relationships remotely
  • Stakeholder management skills – for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Highly developed written and oral communication skills 
  • Strong attention to detail
  • High-level organisation skills including well-developed priority-setting skills and the ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work under pressure and multi-task
  • Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products

We welcome your application in the form of a cover letter highlighting your experience and interest along with a detailed CV.   

For enquiries, please contact [email protected]   

Note:  

1. Applications will be reviewed regularly so we encourage you not to delay your application.  

2. The preferred applicant will be required to complete employment verification checks, including a national police check before progressing to any offer of employment. 

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Director Victoria & NSW

About this role: This is an exciting time to join our organisation and play a leading role in shaping the future energy policy direction for our industry. This role is a Director position for Australian Energy Producers based in Melbourne and representing the interests of our members and the industry across Victoria and New South Wales.  This role is responsible for leading the advocacy, stakeholder engagement and policy development for the oil and gas industry in Victoria and New South Wales. The Director reports directly to the Chief Executive and is a member of Australian Energy Producers’ executive team.  Responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to: 

  • Increasing public awareness and support for the important role of gas in the energy transition 
  • Being a spokesperson advocating for the role of gas in the supporting energy security, energy affordability and emissions reductions, with a particular focus on Victoria and New South Wales 
  • Making Australian Energy Producers a visible, highly effective advocate for its members and recognised as the leading industry body on oil and gas issues 
  • Establishing and maintaining an effective network of contacts in government, regulatory bodies, media, first nations groups and other important stakeholders to positively influence policy and regulatory arrangements 
  • Maintaining strong, trusted relationships with Victorian and NSW based members as well as other industry participants, regulators, and policy makers  
  • Liaising effectively with other industry groups to pursue common positions 
  • Representing Australian Energy Producers on external working groups, committees, forums, and advisory groups  

About you: To succeed in this role, you will have: 

  • Demonstrated capacity to establish, manage and influence a network of stakeholders including Government and community representatives  
  • Significant experience in policy issues related to the Australian energy sector, and the oil and gas industry in particular  
  • Highly developed ability to analyse policy issues and advocate positions relevant to Australian Energy Producers and its members  
  • Strong understanding of the Victorian, New South Wales and national business policy environment  
  • Strong presentation skills and experience addressing stakeholder groups  
  • Strong experience working with senior industry leaders, State Ministers, community stakeholders and the state media  
  • Demonstrated experience in building collaborative and constructive business relationships with internal stakeholders to achieve collective goals 
  • Tertiary qualifications in business, law, public policy, economics, or other relevant discipline 
  • An understanding of the role of gas in the energy transition, energy and resource issues (particularly offshore oil and gas) desirable 
  • Previous leadership experience in an industry association will be well regarded  

We welcome your application in the form of a cover letter highlighting your experience and interest along with a detailed CV.   

For enquiries, please contact [email protected]   

Note:  

1. Applications will be reviewed regularly so we encourage you not to delay your application.  

2. The preferred applicant will be required to complete employment verification checks, including a national police check before progressing to any offer of employment.  

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