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National Finance Business Partner

Date: 03-Aug-2022

Location: Sydney, NSW, AU

Company: Bingo

Reporting to the FP&A Manager and being part of a wider Finance team, you will be focused on producing detailed analysis and projection as well as developing and executing strategies for our Post Collections Team at a National level. 

 

The Opportunity:
·    Preparation of daily/weekly performance metrics and monthly financial reporting
·    Offer explanations for performance against budget/forecast targets and advise strategies to maximise efficiency of assets
·    Provide reports and insights into monthly price/volume packs and statistical data 
·    Assist with modelling, strategy and implementation of price adjustments
·    Partner with Sales Team regarding price and volume sensitivities by customers
·    Support the Group’s Post Collections leadership team across NSW, VIC and QLD
·    Prepare and produce monthly ELT, Board and ad hoc group reporting
 

Who You Are: 
•    Degree and CA or CPA qualified
•    A Finance Business Partner looking for a step up into a national role
•    Sound financial management knowledge and experience
•    Advanced Excel experience, including macros and power pivots
•    Advanced Power BI Experience, including DAX knowledge will be highly regarded

 

The Perks of being a GOGetter:
·    Flexible working 
·    A strong, employee and safety driven company culture
·    Employee benefits such as novated car leasing, discounted health insurance and retailer discounts
·    Learning and development opportunities with accredited training programs
·    Point based internal employee recognition program to redeem on gift vouchers, retail products and more!
·    Employee Support Program (Sonder) providing our employees physical, social, and psychological well-being

 

 At BINGO we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities and customers we serve. We are a proud RAP organisation and we are committed to achieving an inclusive workforce. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.