Work At ICHM

ICHM provides a progressive and exciting environment, as it works towards producing the future hotel and hospitality leaders of tomorrow. Combining a team of highly credentialed and dedicated academics with seasoned industry professionals, ICHM looks to career growth while nurturing the ICHM culture. 

Find below the current opportunities at ICHM:

Accountant – Part-Time

About ICHM

The International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) Adelaide, has produced graduates of the highest calibre that now work at all levels of management within the international hospitality industry. ICHM is proud to have exceptional graduate employment outcomes, with more than 95% of graduates employed upon graduation.

ICHM was the first and remains the only, official Swiss Hotel Association (SHA) school in Australia. The SHA is the world’s oldest and most respected hotel industry body, representing excellence and outstanding quality in hospitality education worldwide. 

ICHM's unique undergraduate and postgraduate courses prepares you for a career in a wide variety of hospitality businesses. They also equip you with the necessary business acumen to work in a number of other professions outside the industry. The balance of theory and real industry placements provides graduates with a genuine advantage when competing for future employment.

The opportunity

Working three days per week, the Accountant is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the financial information and reporting for ICHM. The responsibilities of this role include maintaining and enhancing the financial controls and ensuring legislative and regulatory compliance, managing the insurance arrangements and claims and administering the facilities management.

With your accounting qualifications, your ability to analyse data, your analytical reasoning and your computer skills, will ensure you successfully meet the requirements of the role. You will need to be able to manage your workload effectively, support your co-workers and manage confidential matters with diplomacy and tact. Maintaining a level of accuracy and demonstrating your initiative is paramount to ensuring you are effective in the role. The Finance Officer reports directly to the Accountant position.

Overview of key responsibilities

  • Provide Board and Management reporting including analysis and outcomes.
  • Prepare and draft financial statements and manage external audit process.
  • Develop, facilitate and implement financial processes by working with the Senior Management Team to draft the annual budget, monthly forecasts, FEE-HELP government arrangements, month end journals and preparation of monthly general ledger reconciliations.
  • Review and approve monthly BAS, Payroll TAX return and fortnightly payroll.
  • Prepare and lodge annual workers compensation estimate and annual reconciliation, payroll tax and annual FBT return.
  • Provide support to the Finance Officer to process student receipts at the start of each semester.
  • Prepare, monitor and review financial policies for compliance.
  • Review and renew annual insurance policy.
  • Manage facility requirements with TAFE.

Essential criteria

  • Bachelor degree in accounting and/or commerce
  • CPA/CA qualification – an advantage
  • Sound knowledge of accounting and finance functions and systems
  • High level of computer literacy and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Understanding of data interrogation and analysis
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to manage confidential matters with diplomacy, discretions and tact
  • Analytical and reasoning skills
  • Ability to prioritize workloads and demonstrate initiative
  • Customer service orientation and ability to support and encourage co-workers
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Commitment to cultural diversity and ethical practice principles
  • Current child-related work certificate (DCSI) or ability to obtain
  • Must have the right to live and work in Australia
To be considered for the position, your application must include a current CV, contact details of two referees and a covering letter addressing the Essential Criteria and addressed to Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor.
 

Applications close: 3 March 2020.

For further information please visit our website, www.ichm.edu.au or contact Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor at dmules@ichm.edu.au  or phone 8228 3651.

Lecturer – Managerial Finance and Revenue Management – Full Time

The opportunity

ICHM is seeking a lecturer to join our academic team to teach the subject of Managerial Finance and Revenue Management in our undergraduate and postgraduate programs. This position is full-time with an immediate start.

ICHM is a teaching focused institution where the student journey is the focal point and your ability to deliver teaching and learning outcomes to students of varying ability and experiences, will be crucial to your success.

In addition to finance specific discipline expertise, previous hospitality experience in revenue management is highly desirable together with your understanding of technology-enhanced teaching approaches to lead continuous quality improvement, is imperative to this role.

Committing to ethical practice principles within our diverse culture is a high expectation in joining our team and your ability to work effectively with varying workloads, will ensure you realise your potential. Your continuous professional development is encouraged and supported to ensure you deliver to the high standard that ICHM demands, to produce highly professional industry graduates. Details of the programs offered by ICHM can be found on our website, www.ichm.edu.au 

Overview of key responsibilities

  • Delivering your subject discipline of Managerial Finance and Revenue Management via lecturers and tutorials.
  • Focussing on continual quality improvement by reviewing & updating teaching/learning materials/resources and assessments.
  • Foster student learning by using a variety of pedagogical/andragogical techniques
  • Undertaking academic administration including peer review activities, assessment moderation, faculty and academic committee meetings, engaging in college activities and assisting in mentoring and inducting new staff.
  • Actively engage in development activities for teaching and discipline knowledge and skills.

Essential criteria

  • Relevant post graduate tertiary qualifications (Doctorate level or Master’s plus 10 years relevant professional experience, with a minimum 5 years at a senior level or current enrolment in a Doctoral program plus 10 years relevant professional experience.
  • Demonstrated advanced skills, experience and success in teaching in the subject areas.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to interpret and apply policy and procedure.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Industry experience in the subject discipline.
  • An understanding of the contemporary hospitality and tourism industry.
  • Demonstrated experience in the review and development of subjects and curriculum and the production of high-quality teaching and learning resources and assessments.
  • Demonstrated experience in building and maintaining links with external education, professional and industry groups.
  • Commitment to cultural diversity and ethical practice principles.
  • Able to build and maintain industry networks.
  • Current child-related work certificate (DCSI) or ability to obtain.
  • Must have the right to live and work in Australia
To be considered for the position, your application must include a current CV, contact details of two referees and a covering letter addressing the Essential Criteria and addressed to Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor.
 

Applications close: 3 March 2020.

For further information please visit our website, www.ichm.edu.au or contact Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor at dmules@ichm.edu.au  or phone 8228 3651.

Student Counsellor and Welfare Advisor – Part-Time

The opportunity

The Student Counsellor and Advisor provides support services to our students in relation to their health and welfare including; ongoing physical and mental well-being, personal and education and access and equity.

As part of a student support team, this role provides guidance enabling students to maximise their academic and personal potential during their studies at ICHM through a range of activities and interventions, including but not limited to counselling, workshops, one-on-one meetings and/or resources.

This position also provides advice to ICHM staff regarding student well-being strategies and initiatives.

Overview of key responsibilities

  • Provide health and well-being student support by advising Directors of medical based advice to assist students to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
  • Identifying, facilitating, implementing and evaluating support services for students.
  • Conducting one-on-one counselling services with students.
  • Develop, facilitate and evaluate early intervention strategies to address at risk students.
  • Conduct or facilitate health and wellbeing workshops.
  • Provide guidance to enable students to maximise their academic and personal potential.
  • Provide advice to staff regarding wellbeing strategies and initiatives.
  • Ensure policies, procedures and practices are current and effective.
  • Manage the welfare of students who are located both on and off campus.

Essential criteria

  • Degree in the discipline of Psychology or Social Work with applicable experience .
  • Strong ability to effectively assess and case manage student psychological and counselling matters.
  • Capacity for maintaining confidentiality. 
  • Ability to think conceptually and creatively.
  • Highly developed counselling skills.
  • Experience in providing a responsive and effective student support services program.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to cultural diversity and ethical practice principles.
  • Able to build and maintain industry networks.
  • Current child-related work certificate (DCSI) or ability to obtain
  • Must have the right to live and work in Australia
To be considered for the position, your application must include a current CV, contact details of two referees and a covering letter addressing the Essential Criteria and addressed to Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor.
 

Applications close: 3 March 2020.

For further information please visit our website, www.ichm.edu.au or contact Debra Mules, Human Resource Advisor at dmules@ichm.edu.au  or phone 8228 3651.