Recruitment drive

Video job advertisement

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Social media algorithms favour videos over still content, so we create video advertisements for all vacancies.

We take full advantage of this unique and highly effective form of candidate sourcing in order to reach the right candidate at the right time.

We post our videos on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Videos are typically posted 10-20 times, based on relevance.

Job advertisement


Production & Safety

  • Must have single touch payroll knowledge
  • Proficiency with MYOB is essential
  • Permanent full time position with free onsite parking
  • The role

This permanent full time position, for 38 hours per week, as a Bookkeeper will include, but is not limited to, the following duties and responsibilities:

  • End to end bookkeeping including AP, AR, Reconciliation, Month and Year End 
  • Process payroll weekly for 20 staff members 
  • Prepare and lodge Payroll Tax, BAS and Super 
  • Issue Group Certificates through one touch payroll 
  • Understanding of foreign currency 
  • Monthly reporting 
  • Drafting employee documents and maintain personal files 
  • Provide assistance to the Freight Logistics Coordinator for invoicing and distributing 
  • Communicate with all stakeholders (both verbal and written)
  • About you

To be successful for this role you will ideally meet the following criteria:

  • Single Touch Payroll knowledge 
  • Solid Bookkeeping experience 
  • Have MYOB experience 
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Be able to investigate any discrepancies 
  • Meet all Statutory and Internal deadlines 
  • Must have the right to work in Australia, unrestricted 
  • Be willing to provide a current National Police Clearance 
  • Accurate data entry and attention to detail  
  • Must be willing to undergo skills testing
  • About our client

Our client is a privately owned manufacturer based in Bibra Lake. They are the leading producers of the development and refinement of antislip products. Our client has cemented their reputation in the field of innovation and technology.

Their offices have free onsite parking and are located in a building with warehouse.

They are seeking a candidate for an immediate start.

Platforms used

We constantly refresh, rewrite and reformat our job advertisements to optimise the quality of applications received.

Our approach is aggressive - we post around 20 advertisements for every permanent job.

Advertisements are posted on:

  • Seek, Adzuna, Glassdoor, Indeed and Jora
  • LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
  • 11 Recruitment
  • On average, our advertisements perform well above the market benchmark for Seek. This is shown in the graph below.

Assessment matrix

Selection criteria




Skill test


Ref. check


Qualification in bookkeeping


Strong single touch payroll knowledge

End-to-end bookkeeping - AP, AR, recon, EOFY

Payroll for +20 staff members

Preparing/lodging payroll tax, BAS, super

Issuing group certificates

Foreign currency understanding

Monthly reporting

Employee document drafting

MYOB reporting


Microsoft Office - advanced

Discrepancy investigation

Can meet statutory & internal deadlines

Accurate data entry & attention to detail

Can apply technical equipment in production process

Verify LinkedIn vs CV

Accept expected salary ($75+)

Previous warning of termination?

Will you pass a drug test?


Dominance 60%

Influence 55%

Steadiness 27%

Compliance 51%

Forms signed

Health/police check

Signed document - tell the truth

Docs verified

Driver’s licence

Citizen AU/NZ or PR

The Assessment Matrix is our blueprint for the recruitment process; it shows how we shortlist candidates.

Our process consists of screening, interviews, document verification, skills testing, personality profiling and reference checks. The ticks indicate the point at which each criteria is addressed.

We address all criteria at least once during the process. More important criteria are checked multiple times.

DISC profiling

Bookkeeper - job profile

A key characteristic for this role is to have a person who is a cooperative team player and is rule oriented, they need to know what to do and when and how to do it. This type of individual would not have the innate urge to take over as leader, but rather would be content to be a member of the team whilst giving credit where credit is due for the contribution of other members of the team.

This type of person is likely to appreciate the support of management and colleagues and prefer to get the job done properly and thoroughly as per the processes. On occasions there may be the need for greater independence and the ability to take a stance and act on their initiative as required by the circumstances.

This role would best suit the type of person who is genuinely keen to provide a service. Such an individual should be happy with an unchanging routine and be amenable to receiving instructions from others, preferring not to be giving the instructions. The role requires someone who will tolerate doing repetitious work over an extended period of time without getting bored and be able to concentrate on detailed work, focusing attention on the work at hand without being distracted by things going on around them.

The position would require a steady and patient type of individual, who does not easily become ruffled, as long as the environment is predictable. The role is unlikely to provide much variation and the sort of person who is best suited would be someone who is uncomfortable with change without warning. Given sufficient notice, the individual should be able to prepare for change and cope well, however, they would be quite uncomfortable if there is little time to prepare for the change.

The role requires someone who would need to work at a steady pace taking more time preparing, and consequently perhaps being more efficient over time, than a person who reacts with a sense of urgency. This type of person is likely to specialise in this discipline and will have satisfaction from doing the job rather than by climbing up though the ranks of the organisation.

Job profile

Shortlisted candidates

Candidate A

Candidate B

Candidate C

Behavioural adaptation by the client to match the job profile:

Candidate A

Candidate B

Candidate C

Similar to people, jobs have their own behavioural profile that is based on duties, environment and communication.

We create a profile for every job vacancy, enabling us to match an applicant's behaviour against that of a specific role.

We use DISC, which gives us insight into how an applicant will react in certain situations. It examines the following attributes:

  • Dominance - accomplishing results, the bottom line, confidence
  • Influence - persuading others, openness, relationships
  • Steadiness - cooperation, sincerity, dependability
  • Compliance - quality, accuracy, expertise

Service delivery

Phase 1 - search

Phase 1 - search

Phase 2 - interview

Phase 2 - interview

Phase 3 - offer & acceptance

Phase 3 - offer & acceptance

The three phases of our service delivery process are as follows:


Steps taken between a quote being accepted by our client, and a shortlist being presented


Steps taken between round one interviews and probity checks being undertaken for the successful candidate

Offer & acceptance

Steps taken between the job offer being accepted and employment commencing


Video views


Applications received


Interviewed by 11 Recruitment




Interviewed by client




Our aim is to produce a strong shortlist by sourcing widely.

We measure every stage in our recruitment process to ensure we meet this key objective.

Our service comes with an extended 18-month replacement guarantee.

This guarantee means our interests are mutually aligned - to recruit high achievers who will excel and stay.