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About Belinda Phillips

Belinda Phillips is the owner of Beyond Basics and has broad experience with small businesses, the Not for Profit (NFP) sector, large regional Health Services and NDIS provider organisations. Belinda is innovative, professional and committed to continuous improvement in financial processes and reporting for business owners, management and/or the board.

Clients include Bendigo Community Health Services, Leisure Networks, Torquay RSL Sub-Branch, Ballarat Health Services, Leadership Victoria, The Australian Travel Agents Cooperative, Next Wave,  MiLife,  P2P (Qld), University of Divinity and Northern Support Services.

Belinda has a lot of experience using MYOB, Xero, Calxa and other business systems and has the analytical ability to get the results organisations want, looking at the end reports required and identifying the systems needed to provide that.

Beyond Basics and help your organisation transition to the NDIS through the integration of your accounting, rostering, client management, budgeting and reporting systems.

  • Experience

    Extensive corporate project management experience including the Barwon Health NDIS transition.

  • Proven track record

    A history of delivering successful outcomes.

  • Communication

    Expert at communicating with stakeholders and facilitating relationships.

  • Education

    Bachelor of Commerce – University of Melbourne
    Diploma of Education – University of Melbourne
    Certificate IV in Workplace Training

  • Affiliations

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Beyond Basics and the Calxa team worked closely with Leisure Networks in adapting the reporting to the new funding model and in maximising the software. Mick Devine, Calxa CEO, noted, “They’ve expanded since the introduction of the NDIS. They’ve gone from a small organisation to a big organisation in Geelong. And now they’re talking about moving beyond Geelong and expanding even further.”

From <http://www.calxa.com/features/case-studies/item/leisure-networks>

Experience:

Clients include Bendigo Community Health Services, Leisure Networks, Torquay RSL Sub-Branch, Ballarat Health Services, Leadership Victoria, The Australian Travel Agents Cooperative, Next Wave,  MiLife,  P2P (Qld), University of Divinity and Northern Support Services.

Belinda’s experience in this area includes management of the Barwon Health NDIS project, including coordination of the interaction between Barwon Health and the NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) resulting in the development of processes and procedures across all programs that interact with the NDIA.

For more experience and work history, see Belinda on LinkedIn.

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