Financial Accountant

Job title : Financial Accountant
Location : Victoria
Job type : Permanent or Full Time
Contact name : Brendan Close
Contact email :
Job reference : 1465933
Integral Diagnostics (IDX) is a leading provider of medical imaging services across Australia and New Zealand. As an ASX listed company, we are the fourth largest provider of state of the art diagnostic services in Australia, delivering services to patients and their referrers at over 72 radiology clinics, including 29 hospital sites.
IDX employs some of Australasia’s leading Radiologists and nuclear medicine specialists in a unique medical leadership model that ensures quality patient care, service and access. IDX is currently operating in three Australian States: Lake Imaging and the X-ray Group in Victoria, Apex Radiology in Western Australia, X-Ray and Imaging, South Coast Radiology and Imaging Queensland in Queensland, as well as in New Zealand through the SRG Radiology, Astra Radiology, Trinity MRI and Horizon Radiology brands.

Position Summary
The primary focus of the Financial Accountant is to provide accounting and related financial support in a timely, accurate, cost effective and flexible manner to achieve business goals.
Key Responsibilities
Finance and Accounting
  • Monitor and analyse accounting data and produce financial reports
  • Budgeting, forecasting and business case scenario modelling
  • Bank reconciliations
  • Monthly balance sheet reconciliations
  • Accrual Schedules
  • Payroll Reconciliations
  • Payments Suspense Reconciliation & Fixed Asset Entry
  • Contract management
  • BAS/FBT and other compliance matters
  • Assist with Internal Audit Program
  • Assist with External Audit Program
  • Policy review and preparation
  • Assist with implementation of new systems
  • Assist in covering payroll function
  • Assist with other duties as directed by the Group Financial Reporting Manager 
Reporting - assist with:
  • Monthly management reports including support of systems for communication of business information
  • Monthly financial reports
  • Preparation of year-end accounts and financial statements
Stakeholder Service
  • Liaise with staff and/or management on finance related queries
  • Develop an in-depth awareness and understanding of the business in order to communicate with key stakeholders on matters such as costs and operational efficiencies
  • Working with internal, external, and tax auditors
  • Undertake such other duties as may be prescribed from time to time by the Group Financial Controller, Finance Business Partner or Group Reporting Manager.
  • Actively participate in continuous improvement of reporting systems, processes, and procedures to ensure best practice  
Relevant Laws and Regulations
  • Ensure compliance with all current legislation and regulations (i.e. State and Federal laws) and relevant awards and agreements
Key Selection Criteria:
  • Tertiary qualifications in finance or accounting qualification with a professional accounting body (CPA/CA) or intent to obtain professional accounting body qualification
  • High level of computer literacy and proficiency with personal computers including word processing, spreadsheet and data software
  • Excellent time management skills including the ability to plan, set priorities and meet deadlines with flexibility to alter priorities to meet changing demands
  • Proven high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Demonstrates initiative and ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
How to Apply:
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Brendan Close via 
Any third-party or direct applications will be forwarded to Sharp & Carter for consideration.