Job Description Summary
We are seeking a reliable and enthusiastic Financial Administrator to join our team, providing the management of financial and administrative tasks for the Cushman & Wakefield onsite team.
About the role
You will be responsible for the management of administrative services and to ensure that all service delivery obligations in relation to record keeping and invoice management are met.
Your accountabilities will include, but are not limited to :
Use of JDE E1 to raise purchase orders and work orders and correctly identify and flag chargeable cases
Financially closing reactive and planned maintenance work orders
Coding supplier invoices in Converga within a timely manner
Assist with hard and soft copy filing system, as well as the archiving of service records that are no longer required
Ordering and stocktaking of stationery supplies
Identify for action any work orders that may exceed KPI before closing
Answering site phone and passing on messages and jobs to Facility Coordinator, Trades Team and Facility Manager
Assist contractors and visitors with signing in / out of site and the issuing of keys, with a daily key register reconciliation being completed
Ensure work order processing is completed by the financial cut-off date to allow invoice generation
Management of various registers (Hazchem, Risk Registers etc.)
To be successful in this role you will have :
2 years’ experience in a similar administrative or customer service-based role
Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Office (Word and Excel are essential)
Experience in work order management
Experience in JDE E1 or a similar web-based CMMS software is highly desirable
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
As an equal opportunity employer, Cushman & Wakefield encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and female candidates to apply.
Cushman & Wakefield promotes safety at all times.