Alternative names: Accountant, Budget Officer, Accounts Clerk, Payroll Clerk.
Record, process and manage incoming and outgoing payments, track budgets and spending, payroll payments, arrange taxation and financial auditing.
Training available in Tasmania
- For a professional Accountant, for example a Bachelor of Business with the appropriate specialisation, see University of Tasmania.
- For assistants, a Certificate III, or IV of Financial Services, or a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Accounting, see for example TasTAFE.
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