Finance Officer

Greenroom Robotics is on a mission to transform maritime industries through the ethical application of Remote and Autonomous Systems and Artificial Intelligence (RASAI) to make safer and cleaner oceans. As a fast-scaling Australian software company, we are on a mission to transform global maritime sectors through ethical application of robotics, autonomous systems & AI.

Join us in creating cleaner and safer oceans through improved efficiencies and less accidents at sea.


Fremantle, Perth, WA, Australia.

Roles and Duties

Greenroom Robotics is seeking a trusted Finance Officer to join our team. With your proven expertise, you'll support daily operations and strategic decision-making while ensuring our compliance needs are met.

Part time (3-4 days per week) will be considered for suitable applicants.

P&L Management:

  • Ensure accuracy and completeness of financial data,
  • Reconcile bank statements and resolve discrepancies in a timely manner,
  • Monitor cash flow and identify any irregularities,
  • Proactively manage accounts payable / accounts recievable.

Financial Reporting:

  • Ownership of financial reporting to executive team,
  • Ensure all reporting requirements are completed on a timely basis with quality,
  • Ensure actions are taken to achieve deadlines for the different reporting requirements,
  • Ensure the accuracy of the monthly closing financials and timely submission of monthly closing report & Commentary.

Financial Planning and Analysis:

  • Analyse and interpret financial data to provide insights into business performance,
  • Collaborate with other departments to develop and monitor budgets,
  • Lead annual budget process and quarterly rolling forecast, ensure timeliness and quality.

Financial Integration:

  • Collaborate with stakeholders to understand integration requirements across departments,
  • Implement best practices to ensure consistency in financial operations,
  • Identify and mitigate potential risks associated with company finances,
  • Provide training and support to end-users.


  • Company liaison/contact point with external advisors and providers,
  • Assist full and timely compliance and filing of all local tax reporting.

Audit and Statutory Accounts:

  • Ensure compliance with local statutory and regulatory practices,
  • Be the focal contact point for all the external/internal audit related queries and requirement,
  • Review all commercial contracts to assess need for external review.

Cash, Treasury and Risk Management:

  • Implement internal controls to safeguard company risk,
  • Local liaison/point of contact with local bankers,
  • Handle all local insurance related matters including group submissions.

Continuous Process Improvement:

  • Facilitate communication across functions to drive continuous improvement.


This role is open to Permanent Residents and Australian Citizens.

  • Professional accountancy qualification (CPA, CMA, or equivalent),
  • Tertiary qualification in Finance/Accounting/Business,
  • In-depth knowledge of financial regulations and accounting principles,
  • In-depth knowledge of financial analysis, risk management, and legal compliance,
  • Ability to deliver exceptionally strong output even under time-pressure; and attention to detail,
  • Strong track record in project finances,
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, collaborating effectively with diverse teams and stakeholders,
  • Exceptional proficiency in MS Office applications including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

Desirable Experience

  • Interest in AI/Autonomy/Tech,
  • Proficiency with Xero,
  • Experience with RDTI & TPAR reporting.

Would this job suit you?

Please reach out to the Greenroom team with your CV, and let us know why you’re interested in the role: