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WHO WE ARE

A TEAM DEDICATED TO SUCCESS

Steller is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We’re always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

COMPANY BENEFITS

BECOMING PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER

Steller invests in great people. Working in our recently renovated offices, you will enjoy the benefits of a central location (2 minutes' walk from Caulfield Train Station and on the corner of Dandenong Road).

In return, you can expect to rapidly learn about the world of property development and construction and to be part of a team that has a lot of fun and knows how to let their hair down.

A discretionary bonus of up to 10% of salary is paid each year in December.

CURRENT POSITIONS

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE FOLLOWING

Tax Accountant

Job Description

Steller is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

The Tax Accountant supports the Senior Company Accountant in meeting and achieving compliance requirements across the business.

The Tax Accountant is responsible for analysing fiscal matters and preparing, submitting and managing tax statements and returns for Steller. The Tax Accountant also looks after providing advice on financial and tax matters, and should have an in-depth knowledge of the regulations, laws and acts that govern this process. Knowing this, The Tax Accountant job description should emphasise the need for a candidate who has exceptional attention to detail, strong analytical skills and is a good communicator.

Critical to the Tax Accountant's role is ensuring that the entities within Steller remain financially sound and all year-end compliance requirements are met Company wide.

Role

  • High degree of accuracy and training in the practical, administrative and legal elements of tax.
  • Prepare Special Purpose Financial Statements for various entities.
  • Prepare Income Tax Returns and Financial Statements (Companies, Trusts, Partnerships, SMSFs, & Individuals).
  • Preparation of FBT returns.
  • Prepare and lodge business activity statements (BAS)
  • Prepare and lodge payroll tax submissions
  • Monitoring and ensuring delivery of year-end compliance obligations for Steller
  • Managing financial reports and information for Steller Development group entities
  • Identifying areas of process and operational improvement and providing recommendations
  • Attending team meetings

Requirements

  • High degree of accuracy and training in the practical, administrative and legal elements of tax.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and to work under pressure to meet urgent deadlines
  • Excellent relationship and communication skills
  • Fine eye for detail
  • Excellent accounting skills
  • Ability to liaise with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Experience with MS Office and Google sheets
  • Qualified Accountant CA or CPA
  • Minimum experience of at least 4 years in equivalent role
  • Mix of public practice and industry experience preferred
  • Construction industry experience preferr

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Management Accountant

Job Description

Steller is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

The Management Accountant manages the cash flow and financial activities of multiple entities. This involves forecasting cash flow by engaging with banks, Quantity Surveyors, investors, Mortgage Brokers and Conveyancers to ensure that funding requirements are met.

Critical to the success of this role is the ability to process quickly, maintain accurate records and be able to order and reprioritise tasks to meet the constant changing nature of the business.

Role

  • Processing accounts receivable and accounts payable and managing cash flow
  • Processing payroll and sales commissions
  • Reconciling the accounts
  • Creating reports
  • Completing administrative tasks such as filing and archiving
  • Liaising with internal and external stakeholders
  • Attending financial update meetings
  • Ensuring compliance requirements are met
  • Identifying and implementing process improvements

Requirements

  • Ability to prioritise workload and to work under pressure to meet urgent deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent Customer Service and Client Relationship skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail and accurate working practices
  • Extremely organised with a high attention to detail
  • Accounting Degree
  • Minimum of at least 2 years accounting role experience
  • Ideally experience or knowledge of working in the field of property development or real estate
  • MYOB environment

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Trust Accountant

Job Description

Steller is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

Due to steady year-on-year growth, we are seeking a Trust Accountant to assist the CFO. You will be responsible for managing a portfolio of large, commercial, multi-tenant properties throughout Melbourne.

As a Trust Accountant, your responsibilities will include ensuring that all trust accounting processes are undertaken in accordance with statutory requirements, download bank statements and reporting balances across all bank accounts to required parties daily. You will also look after reconciliations daily, ensure monies are transferred within deadlines, prepare ad hoc reports and review and process approved disbursements.

Role

This role is an experienced trust accountant who will also provide administrative support for the office manager. This is an extremely important position within the company with some of your key responsibilities including:

  • Direct debits
  • Daily rent receipting & downloads
  • 1000 properties in rent roll
  • Pay Property Management bills
  • Daily banking
  • Maintaining Console database
  • Distribute weekly landlord statements and payments
  • Issue end of financial year statements to landlords
  • Distribute weekly credit payments and statements
  • Create and distribute monthly rental tax invoices to tenants, manage all company fees, set up budgets and maintain budget expenditure throughout the year.
  • Reconcile budget expenditure at the end of the financial year, manage all receipting and prepare final accounts for vacating tenants.

Requirements

Due to the specialised nature of this role to be successful, it is essential that you have some trust accounting real estate experience.

  • CA / CPA Qualification
  • Prior experience in a similar role within a commercial real estate setting
  • An up to date Agents Representative certificate
  • Experienced in the use of RPOM Xero and MYOB is ESSENTIAL
  • Understanding of trust laws and requirements
  • Attention to detail
  • Decision making and problem-solving skills
  • Interpersonal/Customer service skills
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Time Management and organisational skills
  • Computer Skills - Console, Excel, Word
  • Data entry skills
  • Excellent communication skills,
  • High degree of attention to detail

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Receptionist

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

We have rapidly expanded over the past 4 years and now need an experienced Receptionist to join our busy Property Management Team.

Role

You will be based in our prestigious head office in Caulfield, Melbourne and will be working 8am- 5pm Monday to Friday.

Reporting to the Associate Director of the Property Management division and working alongside the small team of Property Managers, you will be responsible for greeting tenants and landlords and managing the day-to-tasks for the department.

Duties include:

  • Greeting landlords and tenants on arrival, making them welcome and attending to their queries
  • Giving out keys and finalising tenancy agreement paperwork
  • Assisting the Property Managers with aspects of the property management role
  • Answering the phone and responding to emails
  • Mail, photocopying, scanning, archiving, etc
  • Reference Checking

Requirements

This is a high-pressure environment and requires a candidate to be resilient and to demonstrate a positive 'can do' approach. We are looking for a well-presented vibrant and energetic self-starter who will jump in and 'figure it out' and who will enjoy working in a young, dynamic and nimble culture.

  • Property management experience, ideally in a reception role
  • Agent Representative Licence is preferred
  • Hardworking
  • Committed to developing their skills
  • Can think on their feet and is a great problem solver

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Contracts Administrator – Townhouses

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

A great opportunity has opened for an experienced Contracts Administrator to join a newly established national project team and make their mark! This is a demanding role with great rewards for the right person.

Role

As Contracts Administrator you will be supported by the Construction Manager whilst embedded in the project delivery team to monitor project performance and adhere to Head Contract requirements.

Your responsibilities will be varied which will encompass effective commercial practices, including legal/contracts, compliance, insurance, procurement, cost control, contract/project administration and reporting activities. This will include establishment of the procurement process, subcontractor/supplier management, administration of the commercial aspects of subcontractor arrangements and preparation of internal financial reporting.

Requirements

To be considered for this highly challenging yet exciting role, we are looking for candidates that have the following attributes:

  • Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Management)
  • Property & Construction experience are ESSENTIAL.
  • Townhouse construction experience is ESSENTIAL
  • Minimum of 5 years' experience in a similar role.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and to work under pressure to meet urgent deadlines
  • Autonomously seek resolutions to council/authority matters i.e. Council CMP's, TMP's
  • Thorough understanding of the pre-construction administration process and prioritising authority items are essential.
  • Communicate effectively with authorities and third-party stakeholders
  • Databuild Experience Preferred
  • Medium and High Density Residential Construction Experience Preferred

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Contracts Administrator – Apartments

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

A great opportunity has opened for an experienced Contracts Administrator to join a newly established national project team and make their mark! This is a demanding role with great rewards for the right person.

Role

As Contracts Administrator you will be supported by the Construction Manager whilst embedded in the project delivery team to monitor project performance and adhere to Head Contract requirements.

Your responsibilities will be varied which will encompass effective commercial practices, including legal/contracts, compliance, insurance, procurement, cost control, contract/project administration and reporting activities. This will include establishment of the procurement process, subcontractor/supplier management, administration of the commercial aspects of subcontractor arrangements and preparation of internal financial reporting.

Requirements

To be considered for this highly challenging yet exciting role, we are looking for candidates that have the following attributes:

  • Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Management)
  • Property & Construction experience are ESSENTIAL.
  • Apartment experience is ESSENTIAL
  • Minimum of 5 years' experience in a similar role.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and to work under pressure to meet urgent deadlines
  • Autonomously seek resolutions to council/authority matters i.e. Council CMP's, TMP's
  • Thorough understanding of the pre-construction administration process and prioritising authority items are essential.
  • Communicate effectively with authorities and third-party stakeholders
  • Databuild Experience Preferred
  • Medium and High Density Residential Construction Experience Preferred

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Property Manager – Bilingual (Mandarin)

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

You will be reporting to the Senior Property Manager, liaising closely with international investors, tenancy and leasing dealings, property enquiries and other ad hoc duties as required by the Senior Property Manager. You will be provided with all the professional tools and mentor-ship required to ensure that you succeed in further career progression.

Responsibilities

  • Managing company's property portfolios.
  • Responsible for sourcing and developing client relationships and referrals.
  • Maximizes all opportunities in the process of closing a deal resulting in the taking of market share from larger competitors.
  • Maintains accurate records of all lease and prospecting activities including lease calls, presentations, closed deals, and follow-up activities.
  • Lease consultations and makes recommendations to prospects and clients of the various solutions the company offers to their business issues.
  • Attend meetings and professional development activities.

Requirements

  • Bilingual, with a high proficiency - English & Mandarin
  • Agent Representative Licence is ESSENTIAL
  • You will have had extensive experience within the property industry
  • Extensive portfolio experience
  • Highly organised with excellent time management skills
  • Exemplary presentation and communication skills
  • Motivated individual with the ability to work autonomously
  • Current and valid driver's licence, and access to own vehicle
  • Significant and demonstrable record of achievement at a medium/high level in Real Estate industry
  • Proven ability to lead, guide and motivate staff in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • The ability and experience of communicating effectively with a wide range of clients and stakeholders

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Executive Assistant – Property Development and Construction Divisions

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

Due to the continuing rapid expansion of the business, we are looking for an EA to our Executive Director and working alongside 6 construction businesses and a group of construction services businesses (cranes, plastering, painting, skip bins, etc).

This is not a traditional 'diary management' type of role, you will be actively hands on, attending all construction meetings, developing construction documents and keeping the Executive Director and the business focused and on track with the priorities.

We have two EAs who work alongside each other to provide support in this very busy team. Your role will focus on the construction aspects of the role.

Role

  • Arranging meetings both internal and external
  • Take meeting minutes and establish and manage a register of actions for each project and each entity and to provide a general point of contact across all our construction businesses and projects.
  • Booking interstate and overseas travel
  • Answering calls and monitoring emails
  • High volume file management including opening and closing files, electronic and physical filing and scanning
  • Assisting in maintaining client contact database
  • Conducting billing, including end of month billing and reporting
  • General administrative tasks such as filing and photocopying
  • Other ad hoc duties as required

Requirements

To be successful in this role, strong organisational skills are essential as well as a high level of initiative, energy and enthusiasm and the ability to follow through. Ideally, you will also have experience working in a fast paced, ever changing environment. In addition to this, you will possess the following attributes:

  • Previous experience within Property and Construction or Civil Construction environments are ESSENTIAL
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in a similar role.
  • Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities
  • A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with team members, clients (both internal and external) and industry experts
  • A solid understanding of construction job flow – from tools up to tools down
  • Advanced Word document skills, including document creation and presentation
  • Experience using Google sheets and Google Docs
  • Exceptional organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and delegate
  • A high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • A proactive approach and demonstrated initiative
  • Flexibility to adapt to different tasks
  • Resilience and a commitment to excellence that matches our own
  • Pride in your work

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Executive Assistant – Sales and Marketing

Job Description

Steller Property Group is an end-to-end development and construction business with multiple medium density projects across the South East of Melbourne. We manage all aspects of the build in house including design, town planning, construction, sales, marketing, ongoing maintenance and property management. We're always on the look-out for passionate, strong, vigilant individuals to join the Steller team.

Due to the continuing rapid expansion of the business, we are looking for an EA to our Sales and Marketing Director.

You will be a people person, with a can-do attitude and someone who is known to take pride in their work. This is role offers lots of variation, with the opportunity to gain great exposure and experience within the business.

We have two EAs who work alongside each other to provide support in this very busy team. Your role will focus on the construction aspects of the role.

Responsibilities

  • Arranging meetings both internal and external
  • Take meeting minutes and establish and manage a register of actions for each project
  • Booking interstate and overseas travel
  • Answering calls and monitoring emails
  • High volume file management including opening and closing files, electronic and physical filing and scanning
  • Assisting in maintaining client contact database
  • General administrative tasks such as filing and photocopying
  • Liaising with solicitors and other external agents
  • Keeping track of sales, contracts and reservations
  • Updating systems to reflect relevant changes
  • Contract processing
  • Other ad hoc duties as required

Requirements

To be successful in this role, strong organisational skills are essential as well as a high level of initiative, energy and enthusiasm and the ability to follow through. Ideally, you will also have experience working in a fast paced, ever changing environment. In addition to this, you will possess the following attributes:

  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in a similar role.
  • Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities
  • A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with team members, clients (both internal and external) and industry experts
  • Advanced Word document skills, including document creation and presentation
  • Experience using Google sheets and Google Docs
  • Exceptional organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and delegate
  • A proactive approach and demonstrated initiative
  • Flexibility to adapt to different tasks
  • Resilience and a commitment to excellence that matches our own
  • Pride in your work

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