A Career
at Count

A Career
at Count

The confidence to look ahead isn’t just a promise we aim to make for our clients in their lives and businesses, but also one we make for our people as they consider their career with us.


Not only do we offer a unique opportunity to learn from mentors and peers in your chosen specialty, but as part of an integrated advisory, you will also be exposed to a wide range of adjacent skills that will broaden your perspective and enable you to build the kind of trusted relationships that are the foundation of a rewarding career.

If you are the person other people come to when they have a tax issue that they can’t resolve or need assistance with, then this role is for you. An excellent opportunity for an experienced practitioner who wants to extend their skills and experience. Full time (or part time for the right candidate).

If you are the person other people come to when they have a tax issue that they can’t resolve or need assistance with, then this role is for you. An excellent opportunity for an experienced practitioner who wants to extend their skills and experience. Full time (or part time for the right candidate).

About the Role

The Tax Adviser role is an excellent opportunity for an experienced practitioner who wants to extend their skills and experience. In this role, you will expand your technical knowledge at a faster rate than with almost any other employer in the market.

Knowledge Shop is the ‘advisers’ adviser’ working with thousands of accounting and advice professionals every day to help them resolve and clarify the issues they face working with clients.

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Join Us

If you are the person other people come to when they have a tax issue that they can’t resolve or need assistance with, then this role is for you. Be a part of a team with a passion for technical excellence.

Lisa Armstrong
Managing Director, Knowledge Shop
e [email protected]
1300 378 950


Key Responsibilities

Working with a team of talented and highly qualified professionals, you will further develop your technical tax skills acting as the ‘adviser’s adviser’, providing timely answers to a broad array of technical issues and questions.

  • Tax advice to Knowledge Shop membership through the help desk
  • Support the development of Knowledge Shop’s knowledge base
  • If willing and able, upskill as a technical education presenter and creator
  • Contribute to the development and distribution of knowledge that benefits the profession



As a minimum, you must have:  

  • Manager level experience within an Australian public accounting practice
  • Tax advice experience, which means that you know how to comprehend, interpret and apply tax legislation, ATO rulings and other guidance material
  • A relevant post graduate qualification (CA/ CPA/ Masters in Taxation)
  • Current membership of CPA Australia, CAANZ, or TTI
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Working conditions

Our preference is for full-time advisers but we will consider part-time for the right candidate.

Knowledge Shop is based in the Sydney CBD and has an office in Melbourne. For full-time team members, we generally work three days per week in the office and two from home (part time pro rata).

Geography is not necessarily an impediment. We have staff working fully remotely and will consider remote working for the right candidates.

About Count

Count is Australia’s leading network of integrated accounting and wealth services firms. We bring a dynamic perspective – informed by our diverse and ever evolving range of skills, services and technology. We are aligned by shared values, mutual success and our sense of community – keeping us motivated to deliver excellent service and outcomes for our clients.

With clients at the centre of everything we do, our blend of skills and expertise enables us to understand their past, deliver a diverse range of advice and options for the present, all for the purpose of achieving their financial and lifestyle goals long into their future. 

About the role

Reporting to the CEO, the primary responsibility of the role is to provide executive assistance to the CEO. Responsible for managing the CEOs and the Chair’s business calendars, meetings, coordinating travel, speaking engagements and other appointments as well as preparation of general correspondence and documentation for meetings, presentations and Board Meetings. Provide support to the Count executive leadership team as required. Provide a key point of contact for operational matters.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Executive Assistant and Project Support to the CEO by providing high-level administration support and office administration such as expense management, meeting coordination, and contacts management.  
  • Undertake special projects as required and allocated by the CEO.
  • Facilities Management by assisting in the preparation of meeting rooms and catering arrangements for board and client requirements.
  • First point of contact for building management, maintenance and security matters.
  • General Office Administrative Assistance 

Essential Qualifications and Experience 

  • 5+ years’ demonstrable experience in a Personal Assistant, Executive Assistant, or similar administration role
  • Experience in an ASX-listed environment desirable.
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Strong time management skills - highly organised and efficient
  • High attention to detail – able to apply sound judgement and discretion.
  • Results/achievement orientation (pro-active).
  • Agile and flexible to respond to changing timelines and a rapidly evolving business.
  • Proven ability to work effectively in a team where work is shared across roles to achieve deadlines and respond to changing priorities.
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills.
  • Proficient skills in Microsoft suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
  • High levels of energy and a desire to build and sustain broad networks of relationships.

Desirable Skills and Competencies 

  • Previous C-suite experience working for a CEO within a corporate, professional services or financial services environment.
  • Exposure to organising and managing projects and functions.
  • Attitude of making suggestions and recommendations for improvements to processes and procedures and delivering better outcomes. 


  • Hybrid workplace
  • Access to employee benefits and discounts
  • Employment entitlements including, birthday leave, volunteer leave 

Apply now

If you are interested in this position, please submit your application via our dedicated Seek advertisement.

About the Role:

We are in search of a Senior Accountant to lead and execute crucial accounting tasks for our clients. This role necessitates an individual who can blend a deep understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) with impeccable financial analysis skills. If you are detail-driven, organised, and thrive under pressure, we want to hear from you.

Join Us:

Be a part of a team that values commitment, expertise, and a passion for excellence. If you believe you are the perfect fit, contact us here.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and oversee accounting functions and programs.
  • Prepare detailed financial analyses and reports.
  • Forecast revenues and expenditures.
  • Aid in preparing and supervising budgets.
  • Ensure accurate balance sheet and general ledger account reconciliations.
  • Engage with and service our clients, always striving to surpass their expectations.
  • Efficiently manage current and upcoming workflow.
  • Address and resolve any account discrepancies and non-compliance issues.
  • Handle federal, state, local, and special tax returns.
  • Drive the creation and modification of accounting systems, programs, and procedures.
  • Support and mentor junior staff in their accounting tasks and responsibilities.


  • A Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance.
  • A minimum of 3 years of professional accounting experience.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of tax laws and GAAP.
  • Exceptional financial analysis capabilities.
  • Stellar communication skills, both in writing and speech.
  • Demonstrated organizational and stress management abilities.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Excel.
  • Proven experience in staff training and management.
  • An autonomous worker capable of performing with minimal supervision.


At Count, we strive to create an environment where you will feel valued, inspired, and enjoy coming to work. This unique opportunity will see a senior accountant nurture and develop our most junior team members to provide the confidence and know-how for a thriving career ahead.

About the role

We’re currently looking for a motivated senior accountant wanting to add a point of difference to their role by passing on their tax and accounting knowledge to develop our dedicated graduate team. Make the role your own as you lead and inspire on and offshore graduate accountants to be confident, organised and motivated, and ultimately prepare them to transition to our tax and advisory teams.

Together with your experience and direction, we’re committed to developing our graduates to become outstanding accountants.  If this sounds like the challenge you’ve been waiting for, apply now.

Provide direction to

  • Prepare and enable effective workflow
  • Supplement the weekly training offering
  • Review work and provide detailed feedback
  • Develop strong technical ability and knowledge base
  • Provide the guidance to confidently liaise with clients
  • Address requirements around efficiency and production
  • Give feedback and direction during performance reviews

Other responsibilities

  • Preparation of tax returns and financial statements for a range of clients, sole traders, partnerships, trusts, and companies.
  • Prepare clear and concise work papers as evidence of work performed;
  • Prepare financial statements and management accounts eliminating errors;
  • Experience in tax planning for clients;


  • Competitive remuneration plus quarterly bonus structure
  • Work-from-home and flexible work hours available.
  • Be part of a growing and enthusiastic environment.
  • Equity opportunities for the right individuals
  • Monthly team lunches, morning teas and early mark Fridays
  • Join an organisation that celebrates success with reward and recognition
  • Quarterly events, EOFY/Christmas parties, and loads more.

Qualifications & experience

  • Business / Commerce degree with Accounting Major
  • 4+ years in a similar role
  • Superior written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • High level of analytical skills, usage of Microsoft Excel/accounting software