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Attorney-General Vacancy N.N. 10715196
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) Closing date: Monday, 13 November 2017
Job Title: Financial Processing Officer
Division: Capability
Branch: Finance, Property and Procurement
Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time
Salary: $63,236 - $68,662
Location: Barton - ACT
Classification: APS Level 4
Agency Employment Act: PS Act 1999

Job Description

Duties


Under routine direction, the Financial Processing Officer will be responsible for the provision of administrative support within the Financial Operations team. The key purpose of the position is to process accounts payable invoices, travel request forms, customer invoices, credit card acquittals, expenditure reallocations, petty cash and operational advance reimbursements and liaison with internal & external stakeholders including other law enforcement agencies.

This role will strengthen and support the ACIC’s Financial Operations Team by assisting in the development of a range of policies and procedures, identifying process enhancement opportunities, and providing valuable guidance, drawing upon a good understanding of administrative principles, procedures and Whole of Australian Government travel arrangements.

The principal accountabilities and responsibilities include:

• Processing financial transactions in ACIC systems (SAP and TRIM) in an efficient and effective manner in accordance with the PGPA Act, ACIC’s Accountable Authority Instructions, Financial Delegations and relevant Taxation Legislation;
• Processing domestic travel request forms, calculating international travel allowance and processing international travel requests in an efficient and effective manner in accordance with the ACIC Travel Policy and WoAG travel arrangements;
• Building effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders; and
• Responding to and resolving internal or external clients queries in a timely manner.
 

Eligibility


This is a position of trust. The occupant must satisfy and abide by the Commission’s security requirements, which include Australian citizenship. The occupant must also satisfy a rigorous security assessment by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency and is required to gain and maintain a clearance. In assessing suitability for employment the ACIC conducts a pre-employment screening process. This requires the applicant to complete a pre-employment screening form for the purpose of character and background checking, and a psychological assessment.

About Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) 

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) was formed to strengthen the ability to respond to crime affecting Australia. The agency, through its investigative, research and information delivery services, works with law enforcement partners to improve the ability to stop criminals exploiting emerging opportunities and perceived gaps in law enforcement information.

The ACIC values workplace diversity and is committed to providing a supportive, inclusive and respectful work environment. We welcome people with diverse skills, experiences, perspectives and different backgrounds, and encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature-age people. Should you require special assistance through any stage of the selection process, please contact the recruitment team.

To Apply

Position Contact: Adam, 02 6268 7453
Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.acic.gov.au
AGENCY INFORMATION
 
Applicants to vacancies notified in all formats of the electronic Public Service Gazette should be aware that;
.  the names of successful applicants may also be notified in all formats of the electronic Public Service Gazette
.  applicants found suitable may be offered similar employment opportunities by other Australian Public Service agencies
 
This notice is part of the electronic Public Service Gazette PS44-Tue - 31 Oct 2017 Published by Australian Public Service Commission.
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