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APS 5 Cost Recovery Officer

Michael Page


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Permanent Full time Standard business hours
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Full job description
  • 6-12 month non-ongoing, ability to apply for permanency
  • Contact Milli at millimallinson@pagepersonnel.com.au

About Our Client

Our client is a diverse and highly regarded department that provides services to the Parliament and Commonwealth public sector entities.

Our client works closely with international regulators and takes part in global forums to help deliver the best results for Australians. Divided into 4 divisions; Content and Consumer, Communications Infrastructure, Corporate and Research, Legal Services

Job Description

The Cost Recovery Officer will play a critical role in the cost recovery function and will assist to provide subject matter expertise on the management of revenue streams and cost recovery activities, including:

  • Providing advice and assistance with the development and implementation of any new government decisions relating to cost recovery arrangements
  • Assisting with developing and maintaining the activity-based management (ABM) model, preparing the cost recovery implementation statements relating to cost recovered activities
  • Maintaining, delivering and reporting on the end-to-end cost recovery process, including the monthly staff survey process, activity code register and the All-Activity Funding Model (AAFM)
  • Liaising and engaging with internal and external stakeholders regarding any related cost recovery matters
  • Assisting with the preparation of quality policy advice, reports, briefing to various decision-making bodies, senior management and other decision makers
  • Actively managing and contributing to the timely delivery of the section outcomes, within available resources
  • Maintaining technical expertise and Industry knowledge by monitoring changes to ensure ongoing compliance with Australian Government Charging Framework and the Cost Recovery Guidelines for cost recovery activities
  • Building and maintaining high levels of engagement with internal and external stakeholders, government agencies, industry, and other organisations
  • Assisting with ad-hoc tasks as needed in accordance with cost recovery and revenue assurance work plan

The Successful Applicant

Successful Candidate

  • An understanding of the Australian Government Charging Framework and Cost Recovery Guidelines
  • Well-developed excel skills in activity-based costing and developing costing or pricing models
  • Experience in building and maintaining productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Baseline security clearance / Negative Vetting 1 (or ability to obtain)

What's on Offer

What's on offer?

  • $77, 240 + superannuation
  • Easily accessible northside location
  • Opportunity for professional development and career progression via application for permanency
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Job details
Date posted
16 Jun 2022
Category
Banking, Superannuation & Finance
Occupation
Financial Planner
Estimated
$73k ~ $90k
Contract type
Permanent
Work type
Full time
Job mode
Standard business hours
Industry
Financial services
Work Authorisation
Australian citizen / Permanent resident

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