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Finance Policy & Frameworks Specialist

Melbourne, Australia
Closing date
Apr 29, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
About Cbus
Created by workers, for workers, Cbus Super is one of Australia's most successful Superannuation funds. For almost four decades we've proudly represented those who help shape Australia, hard-working individuals who deserve to make the most of their retirement, no matter the industry. As an award-winning fund we've been recognised for the benefits provided to our members and our innovative investment approach. All while staying committed to our member first ethos as a proud Industry Fund.

About the role

We have a new opportunity for a highly skilled Policy & Frameworks Specialist to join our Finance team at Cbus. The position will play a lead role in supporting the senior Finance leaders in the delivery of robust policies and procedures to ensure accurate and reliable financial data used in regulatory reporting.

The Finance Policy & Frameworks Specialist will work closely with the Fund's external administrator, custodian, and other Cbus subject matter experts to develop, interpret, and embed frameworks for regulatory change.

A key part of your role will be to interpret regulatory, legislative, and statutory reporting changes and lead the enhancement of existing operational processes by providing leadership and advice to delivery teams.

You will provide oversight and challenge to business areas on financial risk management, design, and effective operation of controls, whilst monitoring and designing of internal controls, process improvement and financial policies used to manage financial data and ensure its accuracy.

You will provide specialist technical knowledge and guidance on APRA regulatory changes across all levels of Cbus, where internal policy requirements are owned or driven by the Finance team. The ability to work across several internal and external stakeholders, along with a strong attention to detail, will be critical in delivering the required outcomes for this role.

To be successful you will be a qualified with CA or CPA status, with minimum 5 years post qualification experience in a chartered, trust/fund, or corporate accounting role.
You will have proven experience in leading and managing the development, analysis and review of policies, programs and interpreting legislation and regulations with experience in relation to execution of change and change management/governance is preferable.
You will have excellent analytical and interpretive skills in relation to regulatory requirements and accounting standards and be able to translate this with the business.

This is an excellent opportunity to undertake a newly created position that will give you an opportunity to make a positive impact.

Belong at Cbus
We value difference, and embrace people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. We believe that, with diversity of perspectives and experiences, you get better teams and outcomes. We're looking for people of all genders, races, nationalities, orientations and of all abilities to join us.

We're keen to hear from you
If you've read through the requirements of this role and you feel like you haven't fully met the criteria, we would still encourage you to apply. We're aware of accessibility barriers when it comes to applying for a job and we want to help. If you require assistance with your application, please contact our Talent Acquisition Team via

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Applications Close: 26th April 2024
This is a full time position based in Melbourne

Agencies, please note: All Cbus vacancies are managed by our internal Talent Acquisition Team. Should external assistance be required we will reach out to our preferred agency partners, Thank you.

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