Join the Outlook Team - Current Vacancies

Payroll Officer - Part Time (20hrs/wk)


Hours: Part Time Position (20hrs/wk)

Location: South East Suburbs

Outlook is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About us

At Outlook we work continuously towards achieving our primary vision - an inclusive society for all. Our focus on delivering positive social outcomes through the empowerment of people with disabilities and experiencing disadvantage coupled with a unique blend of entrepreneurism have helped us to become a highly successful Not-For-Profit Social Enterprise.

We have proudly and passionately provided support and independence services for people with a disability for over 40 years and provided waste management and recycling services through our Social Enterprise for over 20 years. Outlook believes that given the right resources, supports, time and teamwork almost anything is possible.

About You and the Role

We’re looking for an experienced payroll professional who in addition to having strong technical skills, exceptional attention to detail and great organisational skills is also a great communicator and genuinely loves what they do. Strong prior experience is a must as we’re looking for someone who can join the team and hit the ground running to immediately have a positive impact. This role also brings with it the opportunity to help select and drive the implementation of a new payroll system, including ensuring integration with our CRM, accounting and related systems.

The role is part-time (20hrs / week) and with the exception of payroll days (every second Tuesday) we’re flexible on setting the days and hours of work each week. You’ll report directly to the Finance Manager and join a small passionate team dedicated to supporting the Organisation achieve its short and long term goals.

In your new role you will be responsible for the following:

  • End to end processing of payroll on a fortnightly basis in line with Awards, EBA’s and National and State legislation including compliance with all Single Touch Payroll and other statutory reporting requirements

  • Reconciliation of fortnightly and month end payroll entries against General Ledger

  • Processing and reconciliation of all wage related payments including Superannuation, Workcover and Long Service Leave

  • Managing the year end reporting and compliance process

  • Assistance with and maintenance of employee file documentation such as contracts, variations, terminations and other employee records

  • Ensuring all new employee details are accurately entered into the HRIS and properly onboarded

  • Monitoring employee licencing and related requirements and managing the renewal process to ensure records and certifications are up to date at all times

  • Preparation of payroll related reporting and statistics

  • Be the main point of contact for Staff when it comes to payroll related queries, including Award interpretation

  • And of course there will be those ad hoc tasks and requirements that always come up

Added Benefits

In addition to a competitive salary Outlook also offers a flexible and diverse workplace, the opportunity to salary sacrifice, career development opportunities and a strong Employee Assistance Program.

How to apply

We’re keen for the right person to join the team as soon as possible so if the above sounds like the right role for you then we want to hear from you! To be considered for this position please submit your application, addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description available here in your covering letter, to the Finance Manager at financemanager@outlookvic.org.au

The position will close when the position is filled.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.




Accounts Officer - Full Time


Hours: Full Time Position

Location: South East Suburbs

Outlook is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About us

At Outlook we work continuously towards achieving our primary vision - an inclusive society for all. Our focus on delivering positive social outcomes through the empowerment of people with disabilities and experiencing disadvantage coupled with a unique blend of entrepreneurism have helped us to become a highly successful Not-For-Profit Social Enterprise.

We have proudly and passionately provided support and independence services for people with a disability for over 40 years and provided waste management and recycling services through our Social Enterprise for over 20 years. Outlook believes that given the right resources, supports, time and teamwork almost anything is possible.

About You and the Role

We’re looking for someone with at least 2-3 years experience in accounts payable or accounts receivable who in addition to having strong attention to detail and great organisational skills is a quick operator and loves working on a variety of tasks. Always up for the task you’ll need to be IT savvy and confident using Microsoft Office applications.

You’ll report directly to the Senior Bookkeeper and join a small passionate team dedicated to supporting the Organisation achieve its short and long term goals.

In your new role you will be responsible for the following:

  • Assist with Accounts Payable and Receivable functions including customer invoice creation, payment allocations, supplier invoice scanning and manual postings as required

  • Daily entry of site sales, including invoicing of trade accounts

  • Account reconciliations and assisting to resolve queries

  • Preparation and sending of customer correspondence

  • Assisting with the end of month process, including reports and reconciliations

  • Collection and processing of daily mail, daily banking, ordering of office supplies and answering general phone calls

  • Filing and scanning of financial records and documentation

  • And of course there will be those ad hoc tasks and requirements that always come up

Added Benefits

In addition to a competitive salary Outlook also offers a flexible and diverse workplace, the opportunity to salary sacrifice, career development opportunities and a strong Employee Assistance Program.

How to apply

We’re keen for the right person to join the team as soon as possible so if the above sounds like the right role for you then we want to hear from you! To be considered for this position please submit your application, addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description available here in your covering letter, to the Finance Manager at financemanager@outlookvic.org.au

The position will close when the position is filled.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.




Environmental Workers - Casual


Location: Outlook Hampton Resource recovery facility

Hours: Between 8.00am – 4.10pm - 6 days per week

Sunday and Public Holidays 9.00am to 4.10 pm (varied start/finish times)

Outlook is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About Us

Outlook has been providing services for people with a disability for 50 years as well as operating as a leading Social Enterprise that has been working in the waste management industry for over 20 years. We have a mixed workforce including men, women, people with disabilities and from different cultures and are flexible in our approach to hours of work.

About the job

Outlook is growing rapidly and we are looking for additional casuals to work at our Hampton Park site. We are seeking people to join us who like to work with a diverse team, doing a variety of tasks, both outdoor and indoor. You will work across a number of roles in our recycled goods shop and on the Transfer Station deck, which will require bending, stretching, pulling, lifting and pushing.

About You

You will need, at a minimum:

  • A friendly personality

  • Good customer service skills

  • To be reliable, punctual and willing to work hard

  • To adhere to safe work practices

  • Ability to work in a team

PLEASE NOTE- We offer additional full training across site activities so if you think this is for you, please apply.

More Information

You will be required to complete a Police check as well as a pre-employment medical and drug test. Random drug and alcohol testing is mandatory once employed.

Outlook is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from candidates of all ages, gender, culture and abilities.

Added Benefits

In addition to a competitive salary, Outlook offers a flexible and diverse workplace, the opportunity to salary sacrifice, career development opportunities and a strong Employee Assistance Program.

How to Apply

A detailed position description can be found here.

If you would like to be a part of our team please apply today by emailing your CV to Karen Hunt, Site contract manager via email to karenh@outlookvic.org.au

Weekend and public holiday rates apply if rostered on.

Job Types: Casual




Practice Lead - Disability Services (Bayside & Pakenham) - Full Time


Hours: Full Time

Location: Bayside and Pakenham

Outlook is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About us Outlook is a leading provider of disability supports and employment services in Victoria having operated for over 50 years across metropolitan Melbourne. Outlook Disability Services offers a suite of services that enable people with a disability to develop life skills, find and keep a job and participate fully in community life. Through its mission, vision and guiding principles, Outlook is committed to advocating for people with a disability. promoting and supporting their right to have the same choice and citizenship entitlements and opportunities as other members of the community – an inclusive society for all. About the Role Outlook is seeking to appoint two practice leaders for its Pakenham and Bayside sites. The role of practice lead is integral to the delivery of Outlook’s new, innovative and leading-edge community based programs. The position of Practice Lead is responsible for the supervision, mentoring, coaching and development of our support worker teams. The practice lead role is dynamic, fast paced and requires a positive, energetic and innovative thinker with excellent communication and problem solving skills. We are looking for strong leaders with a drive and passion to see people with a disability achieve their life goals. The Practice Lead is responsible for matching and rostering suitably skilled support workers to work on a range of Outlook programs. Ensuring high performing teams underpinned by a strong workplace culture is fundamental to the position. Outlook is implementing a state of the art customer managements system, so aptitude with similar programs will be essential. Reporting to the Disability Services Manager, who in turn reports to the General Manager Community Services, the Practice Lead will be part of a vibrant, progressive and exciting team. If your passion, drive, enthusiasm and commitment equals our own and you believe you have the necessary skills and experience to lead a valued team of support workers, you are encouraged to apply. About you To be successful in this position you will need:
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, effective communication and demonstrated ability to lead, mentor, coach and develop a diverse team
  • To be flexible, reliable and dependable and willing to participate in the development of leading-edge programs and service delivery options.
  • A customer and outcomes focused approach
  • Proven competency in system skills (e.g. MS Outlook, Word, Excel, OHS reporting etc)
  • Demonstrated capacity for flexibility to work within a changing and fast paced environment
  • Demonstrated commitment to a safe and healthy workplace
  • Commitment to and support of Outlook’s core values and code of conduct
The Practice Lead has 5 primary areas of responsibility:
  • Support, supervise, coach, mentor, train and develop support workers and the matching and rostering of support workers to programs.
  • Participation in program development, implementation, coordination, administration & reporting.
  • Uphold Outlook’s Customer Experience Framework and delivery of exceptional customer service, focused on supporting customers to achieve their goals and desired outcomes.
  • As part of the Community Services Group, contribute to the growth and expansion of Outlook Disability Services’ suite of programs and services.
  • OHS and Quality
Additional Information Mandatory requirements:
  • Experience in similar leadership roles or supervision of highly effective teams in the disability or community services sectors
  • Current First Aid and CPR Certification
  • Current NDIS Worker Orientation Module
  • Current Police Check
  • Current Working with Children’s Check
Outlook is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from candidates of all ages, gender, culture and abilities. Added Benefits In addition to a competitive salary, Outlook offers a flexible and diverse workplace, the opportunity to salary sacrifice, career development opportunities and a strong Employee Assistance Program. How to Apply To apply please provide a short cover letter, a copy of your resume, address the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description and forward your application to Elaine De Vos, Disability Services Manager, elained@outlookvic.org.au. For more information please call Elaine on 0429 170 108. Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description





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