A rare opportunity has recently become available to join a global leader in their Corporate Development Team as a direct report to the Chief Corporate Development Officer in the position of Manager - Corporate Development.
The Corporate Development Team works with the CEO, the Board and the Global Management team to develop and lead/ assist in the execution of corporate strategic and transactional projects including mergers, acquisitions and divestments. The team also supports the CEO and CFO in key company changing initiatives and business and operational improvement initiatives.
Based at our Global Head office in Melbourne, Australia, this team has a global focus and remit to seek out strategic opportunities while working with our global network and will see the successful applicant working on inorganic projects or major strategic development work. With a proven history of successful growth through M&A this is a unique opportunity to join an in-house corporate development function where you will help pursue value accretive M&A opportunities.
The key areas of focus for this strategic role include (but are not limited to):
To successfully make your mark in this outstanding opportunity you will rely on your strong relationship skills, demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with key stakeholders, and a refined ability to read situations and adapt accordingly. Your advanced financial analysis, project management, excellent communication and negotiation skills, paired with your exceptional grasp of customary software and research tools and business writing skills will see you successfully joining this dynamic team.
This role is an ideal career opportunity for someone with experience in working in M&A at either an investment bank, chartered firm (including in Transaction support and Valuations) or a corporate role. We are seeking a strong analytical thinker, with a proactive approach and teamwork focus. Your proven experience working on large scale merger and acquisition opportunities and developing key presentation material to support these initiatives will be paramount to your success, as will your post graduate qualifications.
Although this is a full time position we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements such as flexible start/finish times or compressed hours.
For a discussion on the role, please contact Shelley McFarlane on 03 9415 5144 or to apply for this role, please click apply now and follow the application process.
Computershare embraces diversity and encourages applications from people with disability. Candidates will have the opportunity to request support or reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process in order to demonstrate their ability to meet the inherent requirements of the job.
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