Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) provides quality water and wastewater services to 54 towns in North Central Victoria. Our core purpose is to deliver safe, reliable and affordable water services to residential, commercial and industrial customers.
Classification SEO3 $122,653 - $136,685
Career development opportunities
This is a great opportunity for an experienced finance professional to take a lead role in ensuring GVW has robust financial systems to support strong decision making in the organisation.
An exciting management role, your initial focus will be to implement a new finance system before transitioning to the financial management role proper.
Exceptional leadership skills will allow you to lead a small finance team, in a collaborative environment whilst establishing your credibility and engagement with a range of stakeholders across the organisation
Tertiary qualifications in accounting and/or finance are complemented with your strong accounting acumen, highly developed communication and IT skills and a dedication to continuous improvement practices and procedures
For further information on this position, please contact Sarah Thomson - General Manager Finance & Accounts - 0416 296 458
Applications close 5pm, Friday 4 January 2019
Applicants must address each Key Selection Criteria in the position description to be considered for an interview
Visit our website for information on how to apply and to view the position description.
Goulburn Valley Water is an equal opportunity employer valuing all people, diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives
We provide water and wastewater services to a population of 125,000 (over 60,000 customers) in 54 towns who are connected to 37 water supply systems and 26 wastewater management facilities.
Our region extends from the outskirts of Melbourne in the south, to the Murray River in the north, covering approximately 20,000km2. With an extensive irrigation district and network of rivers and creeks our bulk water supply is principally sourced from the Goulburn, Broken, Murray, Steavenson, Rubicon and Delatite River systems and a number of smaller local streams including Sunday Creek and Seven Creeks.