Position No: 2022-0123-SS2-A-0-1
Applications Close: 28/10/2021 11:30 PM
The Finance Officer is accountable to the principal for contributing to the financial and administrative management of the school by providing an effective bookkeeping, accounting, clerical support and service and financial reporting service which contributes to the effective operation and administration of the school.
Please note the salary amount may differ from that advertised. Salary is dependent upon your current employment status with the Department for Education, tenure and hours per week. The salary stated is based on an employee working 52 weeks per annum, full time equivalent. The successful applicant will be employed under the appropriate mode of employment. For application requirements, please refer to the application instructions.
Please note that part time and flexible arrangements will be considered.
Site: Echunga Primary School
Local Partnership: Heysen
Tenure: 27/01/2022 ongoing
Hours Per Week: 22.5
Classification: SSO02 - SSO Level 2
Conditions: $63,172 - $69,596 per annum FTE / Leave Conditions
Major Function(s) / Skill(s): Finance Support/Clerical
Information: Hazel Robertson phone 0418 804 720
School Website: http://www.echungaps.sa.edu.au
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