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Assistant Business Manager - Australian National Audit Office

Australian National Audit Office
$109,842 to $123,779 plus 15.4% superannuation

Job Description

Help us deliver on and drive outcomes, ensuring that targets are met and processes are followed.

Here at the Australian National Audit Office, we combine our technical expertise with our curiosity and professional scepticism to investigate and report on how government agencies operate.

As a specialist public sector agency that supports the Auditor-General of Australia, our financial statements work plays a crucial role in improving the standards of financial management and administration in the Commonwealth public sector. We report our findings to the Australian Parliament, keeping government accountable for how they exercise authority and use public money.

As an Assistant Business Manager in our Financial Audit team, you will live our core values of respect, integrity and excellence while providing critical management support. You’ll use the full breadth of your skillset managing audit team expenses and accounts, providing advice on process improvements and documentation, and assisting the work area to meet its targets.

If you’re someone who delivers exceptional office support and aspires to do work that makes a difference, we want to hear from you.

Learn more about working at the ANAO here.

About the role

As an EL1 Assistant Business Manager, you’ll utilise your high-level organisational, planning and coordination skills to deliver office management and financial administration objectives.

You’ll also:

  • prepare workgroup accounts, revenue and expense accruals, and accounts and invoices for the workgroup every month
  • manage an audit time recording system as a system administrator, including reporting on information held in said system to relevant stakeholders
  • prepare tender documentation and contracts, including both contract-in and contract-out
  • review and verify documents like the workgroup’s components of the ANAO Annual Procurement Plan and Senate Order Listing of contracts
  • liaise with internal stakeholders, accounting and legal firms, and other ANAO business groups like HR and Finance
  • review the workgroup’s workforce plan while keeping track of employment data, new employees, consultants, onboarding status, and contract commitments.

How to apply

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Applications for all positions are closing 17 June — don’t miss out!

*Applicants must be Australian citizens and be willing to obtain and maintain an Australian Government security clearance.