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Director - Finance, Perth

Last update 2024-05-20
Expires 2024-05-19
ID #2055117678
Director - Finance, Perth
Australia, Western Australia, Perth,
Modified March 3, 2024


Purpose of Role

Are you a seasoned financial professional with a passion for strategic collaboration? We have an exciting opening for a

Senior Finance Business Partner

to join our dynamic team!

Role Overview:

As the

Director of Finance (Senior Finance Business Partner) , you will play a pivotal role in driving financial excellence across our organization. Your primary mission will be to collaborate closely with our senior leadership teams, including Managing Directors and Executive Directors, to deliver impactful financial insights and strategic recommendations. By leveraging your financial acumen, you’ll optimize business performance and contribute to our growth trajectory.

Responsibilities & Accountabilities

Partner with the senior leadership teams to providing financial insights and advice and insights to help drive operational and strategic business performance.
Build strong stakeholder relationships and be seen as a trusted advisor and partner
Deliver a range of monthly management reporting to internal stakeholders, monitoring results and presenting key insights and calls-to-action to improve business performance.
Support the business planning process, including developing budgets, forecasts and key KPIs for internal stakeholders relevant to delivering QTC strategy.
Collaborate with internal stakeholders to identify and implement strategies that will optimise business performance.
Help establish business performance KPI’s and measure and report performance
Help drive efficiency and productivity initiatives ensure prudent use of public finances
Support with the development of any project business cases as required.
Participate and drive strategic initiatives as identified by the Executive Director Finance and/or Chief Operating Officer for the broader organisation.

Technical Competencies

Technical competencies required include:

Financial Control
Finance system and data reliability
Accounts payable & receivable
Financial Accounting & Management Accounting
Portfolio, product, and client accounting and reporting
Monthly management reporting
Monthly Board Reporting
Annual statutory reporting including the preparation of financial statements
Tax Administration and Reporting
Inter-governmental reporting
Budgeting and forecasting
Adherence to accounting standards and practices

Financial, economic, industry and statistical analysis skills with high attention to detail.
Negotiation, facilitation, communication skills suitable to stakeholders.
Research, reporting and advocacy to a level suitable for publication.
Behavioural Competencies

Integrity, including upholding strong professional and ethical standards and discretion in maintaining confidentiality.
Superior relationship management skills, including proven ability to foster strong, open and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Stakeholders include the internal senior leadership team, staff and external financial market counterparts, Treasury staff, and key industry authorities.
Ability to communicate complex messages effectively to a variety of audiences.
Personal drive, integrity and accepts accountability.
Leadership Competencies

Demonstrated experience working as a member of the senior leadership team..
Proven experience leading and managing direct reports including developing talent, communication of professional standards and expectations, setting key performance indicators, and reward in accordance with corporate guidelines.
Proven strategic thinker and ability to deliver financial market leading approaches including consideration and management of risks associated with balance sheet and liquid asset management.
Ability to identify and respond to financial markets risk event, such as a fixed income liquidity crisis.
Demonstrate talent and capacity across a broad spectrum of skills needed to deliver business success.


Tertiary qualification and professional practice certification in finance or related discipline
CA/CPA qualified or post graduate qualification in finance or related discipline

Training, qualification or knowledge of

Taxation (FBT, income tax, GST and payroll tax)
Funding and markets
Knowledge of risk management practices and standards



Proven 10+ years of finance business partnering experience within Financial Services companies, especially those dealing with Australian financial markets and Treasury
Advanced analytical skills with a proven ability to identify key insights impacting business performance and strategies to address
Exceptional Xcel and Power Point skills
Customer focused and results oriented
Strong communication and influencing skills, with the ability to communicate complex messages
Experience in presenting to senior stakeholders including C-suite and Board members (as required)
Demonstrate behavioural skills in acting as a thought leader, upholding strong professional and ethical standards

Financial services experience, risk management practices, and tax compliance matters

Why will QTC be the best work of your career?


We do work that improves Queensland for generations. We are a leader in finance, creating meaningful solutions with profound outcomes. We set the standard in financial solutions. We address the challenges of today, with results for tomorrow.


We are an inspired team of solution creators. We believe that curiosity is the ultimate problem solver. That the best teams are united by trust, not divided by ego. And that diversity sets us apart.


We recognise that developing our people leads to their success, that energised teams create brighter outcomes and that with the freedom to challenge, we can strive for better together.


We are dedicated to investing in your future. We understand that an energised mind is cultivated by time and investment, that developing future leaders requires commitment and that your best work starts with your best self. Benefit from a best-in-class professional development program, flexible work, leadership programs, study support, paid-parental leave, salary packaging and a corporate wellbeing program (including discounts for you and your family to a range of fitness facilities close to home or work).

‘Employer of Choice’ and Culture awards

QTC has been recognised as one of Australia’s best places to work, receiving the ‘Employer of Choice’ award from Human Resources Director (HRD) in 2023, 2022, 2021 and 2020. In 2019, QTC received a high-profile award from the world’s foremost culture and leadership experts—The Human Synergistics’s Culture Transformation Achievement Award—for the positive behaviour and attitude of its employees.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Director - finance

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