Role Of Roles And Responsibilities

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Roles & Responsibilities • Experienced in the preparation of various financial reports on a monthly basis which main users include Senior Management, New South Wales Treasury (NSW Treasury) and Minister’s Office such as: i) Financial Statements ii) Capital Expenditures iii) Detailed Program Report for parliament seating purposes • Key player in maintaining the capital expenditure database, as well as performing sanity checks on data accuracy on a daily basis. Currently, a table extracted from the database on any given day can have over 30,000 rows of details and is increasing by the day. • Nominated as Super User, acting as liaison between business and IT to focus on technical areas on system support due to extensive experience in…show more content…
The old model applied a general, “across all division” method which was detrimental to smaller divisions as they tend to be allocated with higher cost. This new model was well accepted by financial controllers of divisions and my principal manager noted my contribution. Random House Australia Pty Ltd Contract Business Analyst June 2012-August 2012 Roles & Responsibilities • Weekly sales tracking of book titles and book title benchmarking. • Participated in the quarterly budget process, including the compilation of sales forecasts and the analysis of potential sales for bestselling titles and others. Woodhead International Pty Ltd Contract Role In Payroll Reconciliation, Sydney Mar 2012-June 2012 Roles & Responsibilities • Reconciled annual leave and long service leave (LSL) calculations performed by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) to data generated by an in-house Human Resources system. • Assisted the finance team to reconcile the financial provision for LSL with the HR system. Achievements • Designed a comprehensive annual leave and LSL calculation template for the new HR team. Templates are embedded with dashboards to be used in presentations for board and management presentations. • The new template allows for the incorporation of the requirements of individual states in Australia instead of a rigid, fit-for-all methodology. The added accuracy allowed the company to re-direct freed up liquidity to other operations.
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