Career Opportunity – Corporate Services Executive Manager

We are looking for a detail oriented and highly proactive Manager who will be responsible for supporting the effective functioning of the organisation through the design, oversight and delivery of key organisational systems and strategies including:

  • Business and financial systems
  • Human Resource (HR) systems
  • Risk Management and Work Health and Safety (WHS)
  • Strategic Asset Management
  • Compliance Management.

The Corporate Services Manager is part of the Senior Leadership Team and reports directly to the CEO. This role will also contribute to the identification of profitable business opportunities and assisting in the development of sustainable growth strategies.

Key responsibilities:


  • Strategic and operational financial planning of the organisation in conjunction with the CEO.
  • Preparation of accurate financial reporting, including financial management reports for the Board of Directors.
  • Developing and maintaining policies relevant to MHACA’s financial management.
  • Compliance management including statutory compliance (annual accounts and audit, BAS, PAYG instalments, reporting, superannuation, Workers Compensation, FBT, GST reporting).
  • Ensuring effective management of MHACA’s cash flow, including cash flow budgeting and forecasting.
  • Oversee and monitor payment of accounts, accounting records and internal controls to maximise organisational financial outcomes.
  • Ensuring an efficient, timely and compliant payroll function is maintained.
  • Working with the CEO and Managers to maintain organisational and individual program budgets.
  • Managing insurance and leasing arrangements.
  • Preparation of financial accounts as at year end for external audit including preparation of draft accounts.
  • Manage relationships with auditor and the annual audit process and reporting.
  • Evaluate data, prepare forecasts, analyse trends and present results pertaining to projects, operations, information system, general business conditions and other areas.
  • Develop presentations to management and the Board of Directors regarding the annual budget, monthly and quarterly actual to forecast analyses.
  • Financial modelling of various “what if” scenarios and the overall impact to MHACA

  Management and Compliance:

  • Ensure the financial, administrative and compliance functions are performed in an efficient and timely manner by managing workloads, monitoring and developing work systems, determining priorities, developing and implementing policies and guidelines.
  • Preparing the ACNC Annual Return.
  • Ensure that services are provided in accordance with the Australian Accounting Standards, funding agreements, organisational objectives and policies.
  • Keep informed of change to relevant legislation, Awards and industry conditions as they relate to the organisational financial and payroll compliance.
  • In collaboration with the CEO, keep all staff informed of changes to payroll issues such as fringe benefits tax, superannuation and taxation.
  • Contribute to tender and funding submissions as required.

 Human Resources and Industrial Relations Management – Ensuring compliance with legislation, best practice in recruitment, development of HR policies and procedures, reward and recognition programs along with management of workplace safety initiatives and supporting the effective administration of payroll and industry awards.

Risk Management – Identify and assess internal and external risk to which the organisation might be exposed and provide advice on strategies to minimize these risks ensuring compliance with the relevant standards.

 Quality and Continuous Improvement – Operate within an environment of continuous improvement to deliver better value and greater efficiency through improved and innovative business practices and systems.

Workplace Health & Safety – Lead the development and implementation of a robust work health and safety framework which protects the business, it’s staff and other key stakeholders.

Strategic Facilities/Asset Management and Maintenance Services – Lead on the delivery of Asset Management ensuring up to date Asset register and efficient reactive, cyclical maintenance occurs.

 Stakeholder Relationships – The CSM will develop and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders.

Partnerships – Work collaboratively and develop strong relationships with current partner organisations and stakeholders, such as Community Housing Central Australia. Foster inter-team relationships, providing support to the Senior Management Team and offer support to other MHACA staff members when necessary.

Role Challenges and Opportunities Sustainability – MHACA operates on thin margins. Revenue comes from government grants and other fee for service contracts through the NDIS. Driving Business Transformation and delivering meaningful financial information and keeping cost growth in check are key challenges that remain central to achieving our vision, strategic and growth plans. Responding effectively to these challenges requires an appetite for teamwork and support for managers to build their financial capabilities and to measure the impact of their work for individuals and the community.

Download the Position Description and Selection Criteria

For further information please contact Dira Horne (08) 8950 4600.

Applications must address the Selection Criteria and include a resume and contact details of 3 current referees. Please email your application to

Applications will close 4pm Friday 10 March


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The NT still has 11 x the national average rate of homelessness and the number of older Territorians experiencing homelessness is rising according to recent Australian Bureau of Statistics data.

Some good news is that homelessness has decreased in the Territory by 4.5%.

Thanks to the work of NT Shelter, and MHACA's Housing and Homelessness Team in this area.
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The NT still has 11 x the national average rate of homelessness and the number of older Territorians experiencing homelessness is rising according to recent Australian Bureau of Statistics data.
Some good news is that homelessness has decreased in the Territory by 4.5%. 
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