Tax Help is a network of community volunteers who help people earning $50,000 a year, or less (with simple tax affairs), to complete their tax returns during tax time. This is a free and confidentail service. Volunteers are fully trained, accredited and supported by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). During May/June 2014, I undertook the ATO's Tax Help Volunteer Program training course. \r\nI am currently assisting eligible members of my local community to complete their eTax and MyTax Returns, on a one day per week basis, since 8th August, 2014. This program will run until the end of October, 2014.
CPA Australia is one of the world's largest accounting bodies with a membership of more than 150,000 finance, accounting and business professionals in 121 countries across the globe.\r\n\r\nThe CPA Australia Student Ambassador Program is designed to empower students and create leadership opportunities.\r\n\r\nAs part of this volunteer role, CPA Australia Student Ambassadors:\r\n\r\n \u2022 Promote the CPA Australia global student network.\r\n \uf0b7 Act as a liaison between CPA Australia and university students.\r\n \uf0b7 Assist at CPA Australia events and lecture presentations on-campus and externally.\r\n \uf0b7 Distribute promotional material and promote on-campus events for students.\r\n \uf0b7 Engage with students, academics and professionals to promote careers in accounting, finance and business within these peer networks.\r\n\r\nI am currently promoting CPA's Work Experience Opportunity/Competition by creating awareness through promotional handouts, posters and asking lecturers to upload the information related to this opportunity onto the University Study Desk for both on-campus and external students to view, thereby gaining access to the maximum number of students.
Between December 2014 and July 2015, I obtained 30-days\u2019 Vacation Placement, plus another six months of part-time paid work at the Office of State Revenue\u2019s Payroll Tax Division (Queensland Treasury), gaining experience with payroll tax compliance requirements and administration, along with legislative research. I also analysed the (OSR\u2019s) Payroll Tax Division\u2019s current processes/procedures for maintaining/updating grouped companies\u2019 details upon receipt of (OSR) Forms P8, P11 and P12, and produced a Grouping Procedures Manual as well as high-level Process Maps which identified points in time when grouping maintenance does/should occur, with a view to maintaining up-to-date grouping details on (OSR\u2019s) Revenue Management System (RMS).
I was actually employed by the Bremer Institute of TAFE (however this selection is no longer available) as an Invigilator, Tutor and then as an AO2 Administration Officer. (I commenced as a Casual Invigilator in June 2005 and after a couple of years, became an AO2 Administration Officer F/T until December 2009).\r\nMy AO2 duties included:-\r\nDocument creation and design: preparation of professional documents, Certificates and spreadsheets. \r\nAdministration duties: Site co-ordinator for videoconferencing, Fire Warden, editing/uploading to TAFE website, RPL Co-ordinator liaising with academic staff and clients, customer service, filing, ordering supplies for teachers, preparation of Minutes, maintenance requests, audit preparation, room bookings, mailouts, enrolment amendments, class rolls-extensions, bookings for TAFE restaurant, stocktaking and word processing.
Various Applications Including:
10 Years Walking