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The Bookkeeper supports WAGEC and the Director of Finance by undertaking and managing a range of finance-related responsibilities. This role reports to the Director of Finance and works collaboratively across the organisation to support individual, team and program financial activities. This is a permanent, part-time role of approx. 22.5hrs per week, with flexibility in hours Monday to Friday.

At WAGEC, every role contributes to achieving our vision: A safe future for women and families by ending gender-based violence in a generation.

The core responsibilities of this role are:

  • Manage and process accounts receivable and payable
  • Provide a range of reporting and financial administration tasks
  • Undertake reconciliations of nominated accounts
  • Support the wider organisation by responding to enquiries, providing access to accounts and contract-related information
  • Contribute to the Finance team's continuous improvement work and special projects.


  • You'll have at least 5 years' experience in providing bookkeeping services including data processing, preparing BAS, and detailed job costing
  • You'll have solid experience using MYOB, Microsoft suite and, ideally, Teams
  • You'll be experienced in payroll processing and account reconciliations
  • You'll be compassionate to the needs of women and families experiencing homelessness and/or family/domestic violence
  • You're a strong communicator, able to work effectively across multiple teams
  • You're able to take initiative, prioritise your workload and stay organised, and you thrive on accuracy and attention to detail!


Please read the position description attached and check out our range of services at

If you have any questions or would like assistance in applying, please contact the People and Culture team via using the subject line: Bookkeeper enquiry via EthicalJobs or 0437 615 061.

If you think you have what it takes to do this role but don’t quite meet our selection criteria, please get in touch anyway to discuss your situation. We recognise that sometimes the right candidate for a job is based in personal qualities not just qualifications.

We are keen to interview quickly so please apply as soon as possible.

Our ethical stance

WAGEC is entitled to employ only female, female-identifying, and non-binary staff, due to the nature of our service, under the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977 (NSW) Section 31.

And when we say ‘women’, we mean all womankind including women of diverse gender and sexualities. We strongly encourage women with lived experience, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and women of all backgrounds to apply.

WAGEC is a child safe organisation and committed to the safety, wellbeing, and empowerment of all children that we engage with in our services and community. We have a whole organisation approach to upholding children's rights and striving to prevent all forms of harm, abuse and neglect for children and young people.


At WAGEC, we are committed to caring for our people to help them excel in the work they do. Our additional benefits include:

  • Wellbeing Policy including 2 days of paid well-being leave each year
  • $500 self-care allowance each year
  • Access to innovative Employee Assistance Program
  • Salary Packaging options
  • Professional development training opportunities and allowance
  • Professional development leave.