Senior Treasury Accountant

Published
07/06/2024
Location
Australia
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Description

The Opportunity

At APA, our purpose is simple: to strengthen communities through responsible energy.

We now have an exciting opportunity available for a Senior Treasury Accountant to join our Finance & Technology team on a Permanent Full-Time basis.

Reporting to the Treasury Accounting Team Leader Finance Operations & Transformation you will play a key role in the provision of internal and external financial reporting for APA Group.

Key Responsibilities

  • Processing of periodic swap and loan payments incorporating revaluations, internal and investor approval processes, payment upload, authorisation and releases.
  • Update daily cashflow and communicate with treasury front office team in a timely manner.
  • Maintain fx exchange rates in the ERP system.
  • Accurate and timely creation and processing of treasury transactions including bank account transfer, short term and long term deposits and recall, fx settlement and dividend distribution for APA and its managed investments
  • Prepare relevant general ledger account reconciliations in Blackline system.
  • Assist with maintaining APA’s treasury management systems and APA’s Banking Systems
  • Assist in the preparation of month end tasks such as AASB139/9, bank journals, valuation & effectiveness testing, interest allocations
  • Prepare cash flow forecasting and reporting (e.g. separate identification of proceeds from borrowings / repayment of borrowings).
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders on treasury matters.
  • Assist Treasury Analyst with interest and borrowing costs budgeting and forecasting and preparation of Compliance Certificates as required for managed investments.

Your background              

  • Tertiary degree qualification in Accounting and/or Finance.
  • CPA/CA required.
  • Experience in a similar role within corporate treasury environment or general financial services.
  • Sound understanding of financial markets, accounting, tax, and legal issues relating to treasury.
  • Extensive experience using a treasury system and ability to price interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives is highly advantageous.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.

About the Team

The Treasury Accounting team is responsible for treasury operation, accounting and internal/external reporting which are related on cash, borrowings and derivatives. The team is part of the Finance Operations & Transformation team.

The Finance Division is responsible for all corporate financial activities that are related to the functioning, governance or consolidation of the group as a whole. The division is responsible for the provision of effective financial accounting and support functions to the internal business, and value add, revenue generating services to external entities.

To help APA power ahead, the team is accountable for providing financial reporting services across APA, including performance reporting and analysis, budgeting, forecasting, system enhancement proposals, processes improvements, and providing quality advice to the business.

With APA’s diverse portfolio of assets, including gas transmission, power and renewables, this is an exciting time for the team, we need people who are courageous, nimble, and ready to make an impact – change makers and risk takers.

Working at APA

At APA we're committed to fostering a safe and inclusive workplace where you can achieve your best. We'll provide you with access to targeted career development programs, competitive remuneration, employee benefits, flexible working arrangements, and wellbeing programs. We also have an inclusive parental leave policy providing 18 weeks leave including superannuation to support parents at work and in life.

We employee more than 2900 people across Australia and are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture, where everyone feels safe, valued, and trusted to do their best every day.

We are APA

APA Group is a leading Australian energy infrastructure business.

We proudly own, operate and manage a diverse $27 billion portfolio of gas, electricity, solar and wind assets which deliver essential services to communities and customers across Australia.
And we own over 15,000 kilometres of gas pipelines which deliver energy to families and industry across every corner of Australia.

As the partner of choice in delivering infrastructure solutions for the energy transition, we're focused on bundled remote grid energy solutions, electricity and gas transmission, and future energy, including hydrogen and carbon capture and storage.

Our customer centric approach means we understand our customers and their businesses offering reliable, innovative, and cost-effective energy solutions that support their decarbonisation ambitions.

We are committed to delivering infrastructure solutions for Australia's energy transition and supporting the decarbonisation ambitions of our customers.
We prioritise sustainable outcomes so that APA, our people, customers, and communities can thrive - now and in the future.

Join our team and be part of Australia's energy transition!

We'd love to hear from you.

APA is an equal opportunity employer. The safety, health and wellbeing our people, community and environment a priority. We embrace diversity in our people to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we operate in.

Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia to be considered.

This vacancy works with critical APA data, systems or infrastructure and candidates are subject to background vetting (including Police checks) before & during employment.

Role closes Friday, 28 June 2024. Role Reference number JR603.

PD is available on request by emailing [email protected] quoting reference number above.

We will contact successful candidates after the closing date.