Business Manager

Aquinas Catholic College, Menai


Business / Finance Manager

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 9 December 2022

<p>Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for this permanent position commencing in February 2023 (negotiable). </p><p>Aquinas Catholic College is a Systemic Co-educational College located in the Sutherland Shire with an enrolment of 1,140 students and 110 staff. Established in 1993 the College is a welcoming community inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ. Our tailored curriculum is based on our <i>Enlivened Learning</i> philosophy which fosters a growth mindset in uniting faith, wellbeing and learning. </p><p>Reporting directly to the Principal, the Business and Facilities Manager holds a significant position in the School and supports the delivery of quality learning and teaching within a Catholic school context. The Business and Facilities Manager has the main role of supporting the Principal in managing all areas of business administration, finance, risk management, along with resource, property and facility management and development. </p><p>To be successful in this role you will be committed, innovative and solution oriented. You will rely heavily on your personal and professional attributes, including respect, honesty, integrity, confidentiality, credibility, empathy and authenticity. As a leader, you will demonstrate a positive and professional demeanor and will promote continuous improvement through your passion and commitment to the role, and our school community. </p><p><b>Essential Criteria: </b></p><ul><li>A commitment to the mission of Catholic Education and a willingness to actively support and promote the Catholic, religious, academic and pastoral dimensions of College life. </li><li>Knowledge of, and experience in, day to day accounting procedures, financial management and strategic development in an educational setting including: accounts payable and receivable, banking procedures and reconciliation, preparation and presentation of monthly reports, asset management, risk management, budget preparation and management, and financial statements. Critical to the role is the ability to put in place debt recovery strategies that respect the dignity of families.</li><li>Demonstrated ability to plan, organise and manage maintenance, building and renovation projects to budget and of high quality.</li><li>Highly developed communication, interpersonal, organisational, planning, and communication skills in order to relate to a variety of audiences. </li><li>Demonstrated ability to develop effective relationships with key suppliers and contractors. </li><li>Ability and experience to oversee Work Health &amp; Safety (WHS) legislative requirements. </li><li>Possess a high work ethic and committed to excellence. </li></ul><p>A full role description can be found <a href=";sharing" rel="nofollow">here</a>. </p><p>To apply for this position please provide a one page cover letter which outlines how you meet the above criteria along with your current Resume, including the contact details of three referees (including your current and previous employer). Only emailed applications will be considered. </p><p>Applicants for the above position should be sent to the Principal - principal&#64; </p><p>Applications close Friday 9 December 2022. </p><p>The successful applicant will be required to hold and maintain a valid Working With Children Check from the Office of the Children&#39;s Guardian. </p><p><br /></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
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Application Instructions

<p><b>Please email applications to principal&#64;</b></p><p><b>**Applications close 8:30am Friday 9 Decem</b><b>ber 2022*</b><br /></p>


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