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      • wellington, wellington
      • contract
      • full-time
      This government organisation is looking for a contractor to support in preparing long term strategic financial models and cost allocation models to influence strategic planning and investment decisions. Key Responsibilities: Design, build and maintain thorough strategic financial models for forecasts, allocations and costing.Model the organisation's long term financial position, while ensuring the integrity of the model across relevant financial data such as revenues and expenditure.Develop scenario based analysis to identify risks and support the preparation of strategic financial and long term investment plans.Ensure that services, cost allocations and activity based costing is presented transparently and in an accurate manner.Prepare models that illustrate relationships between correlating data to support strategic financial decision making.Maintain and build relationships across the organisation's finance team and other relevant teams throughout the organisation.Key Requirements: 3+ years strategic finance experience in a large/complex organisation.Strong Modelling experience within Strategic Finance and/or Cost Allocations.Advanced Excel Skills.Ability to build and manipulate Macros.Power Query Experience Desirable.If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. If you would like to find out more, please contact Louis Jackson on 04 471 4875 or email louis.jackson@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This government organisation is looking for a contractor to support in preparing long term strategic financial models and cost allocation models to influence strategic planning and investment decisions. Key Responsibilities: Design, build and maintain thorough strategic financial models for forecasts, allocations and costing.Model the organisation's long term financial position, while ensuring the integrity of the model across relevant financial data such as revenues and expenditure.Develop scenario based analysis to identify risks and support the preparation of strategic financial and long term investment plans.Ensure that services, cost allocations and activity based costing is presented transparently and in an accurate manner.Prepare models that illustrate relationships between correlating data to support strategic financial decision making.Maintain and build relationships across the organisation's finance team and other relevant teams throughout the organisation.Key Requirements: 3+ years strategic finance experience in a large/complex organisation.Strong Modelling experience within Strategic Finance and/or Cost Allocations.Advanced Excel Skills.Ability to build and manipulate Macros.Power Query Experience Desirable.If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. If you would like to find out more, please contact Louis Jackson on 04 471 4875 or email louis.jackson@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington central
      • permanent
      • NZ$150,000 - NZ$160,000 per year
      • full-time
      We are currently working with a large public sector organisation, as they look for a Strategic Finance professional to play a pivotal role in leading the preparation of briefing material for the internal leadership team and ministers on budget strategy and key insights. You will be a proven Finance Business Partner, Finance Leader or Strategic Finance professional, with a strong understanding of the New Zealand Public Sector and strong relationship management skills with both internal and external stakeholders. Key Responsibilities: Support SLT with strategic decision making through providing insights across medium and long term financial opportunities and risks. Lead budget bid initiatives and cabinet paper processes.Work with senior internal stakeholders to future medium to long term cost initiatives and funding options to deliver upon organisational strategy. Play a key role in developing a fully costed and integrated long term financial plan.Play an active role in understanding Government policy and statutory requirements in order to identify business improvements, carrying out financial modelling and analysis for existing models and data sets in order to aid decision making for strategic decisions. Key Requirements: Strong external reporting and budget bid experienceCA Qualification or equivalent Proven experience within a public sector strategic finance/leadership/business partnering positionStrategic thinker with the ability to influence others. If you are interested in this role, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, for more information, email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently working with a large public sector organisation, as they look for a Strategic Finance professional to play a pivotal role in leading the preparation of briefing material for the internal leadership team and ministers on budget strategy and key insights. You will be a proven Finance Business Partner, Finance Leader or Strategic Finance professional, with a strong understanding of the New Zealand Public Sector and strong relationship management skills with both internal and external stakeholders. Key Responsibilities: Support SLT with strategic decision making through providing insights across medium and long term financial opportunities and risks. Lead budget bid initiatives and cabinet paper processes.Work with senior internal stakeholders to future medium to long term cost initiatives and funding options to deliver upon organisational strategy. Play a key role in developing a fully costed and integrated long term financial plan.Play an active role in understanding Government policy and statutory requirements in order to identify business improvements, carrying out financial modelling and analysis for existing models and data sets in order to aid decision making for strategic decisions. Key Requirements: Strong external reporting and budget bid experienceCA Qualification or equivalent Proven experience within a public sector strategic finance/leadership/business partnering positionStrategic thinker with the ability to influence others. If you are interested in this role, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, for more information, email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington central
      • permanent
      • NZ$135,000 - NZ$145,000 per year
      • full-time
      Looking for the chance to combine your technical accounting, influencing and relationship skills, providing key insights to your assigned portfolio? As part of this complex and multifaceted organisation, you’ll be joining a great team culture, providing e a strong service to key senior stakeholders, acting as a trusted advisor through driving effective financial management and advice. You will have proven influencing and relationship management skills, alongside a background in financial performance and analysis or a finance leadership role within complex organisations. Key Responsibilities: Take a proactive approach to engaging with relevant stakeholders, acting as a trusted advisor on all key financial matters, whilst translating technical information into targetted insights, relevant for its respective audience. Provide key financial advice and support across the organisation to inform strategic and operational decision making. Support key stakeholders on analysis of business drivers, key trends and forward looking impacts of decision making. Facilitate strategic financial planning, whilst advising on broader implications of investment opportunities, financial modelling and costing. Key Requirements: Relevant tertiary degree eg. Accounting, Finance, Economics CA Qualified or Equivalent Proven Management Accounting/Financial Analysis/Finance Business Partnering/Finance Leadership experienceAbility to turn data and technical information into key operational insights for the intended audience. This is a great role to join an attractive organisation that offers complexity, career progression and a great culture. If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, please email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Looking for the chance to combine your technical accounting, influencing and relationship skills, providing key insights to your assigned portfolio? As part of this complex and multifaceted organisation, you’ll be joining a great team culture, providing e a strong service to key senior stakeholders, acting as a trusted advisor through driving effective financial management and advice. You will have proven influencing and relationship management skills, alongside a background in financial performance and analysis or a finance leadership role within complex organisations. Key Responsibilities: Take a proactive approach to engaging with relevant stakeholders, acting as a trusted advisor on all key financial matters, whilst translating technical information into targetted insights, relevant for its respective audience. Provide key financial advice and support across the organisation to inform strategic and operational decision making. Support key stakeholders on analysis of business drivers, key trends and forward looking impacts of decision making. Facilitate strategic financial planning, whilst advising on broader implications of investment opportunities, financial modelling and costing. Key Requirements: Relevant tertiary degree eg. Accounting, Finance, Economics CA Qualified or Equivalent Proven Management Accounting/Financial Analysis/Finance Business Partnering/Finance Leadership experienceAbility to turn data and technical information into key operational insights for the intended audience. This is a great role to join an attractive organisation that offers complexity, career progression and a great culture. If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, please email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington central
      • permanent
      • NZ$120,000 - NZ$130,000 per year
      • full-time
      We are currently working with a unique Public Sector organisation on a position that will give you the opportunity to operationalise their strategic vision through leading investment and integrated planning, ensuring change is managed in a financially sustainable way. You will be a proven Finance Business Partner, Senior level Management/Project Accountant or Finance Analyst, looking to take the step into Strategic Finance position as part of a high performing team. This is a great opportunity to combine your technical accounting skills, with your relationship management and strategic thinking, whilst playing an important role in the provision of important services to organisational strategy. Some Key Responsibilities: Analyse long term funding options for service delivery, in relation to organisational strategy, ensuring financial sustainability for future planned services. Provide key decisions support to the business across long term financial planning that inform decision making to manage resources and projects effectively. Analyse key data sets for strategically significant trends, providing insights to key customers in order to improve the effectiveness of service provision. Support budget bid initiatives and cabinet paper processes on behalf of the organisation. Provide insightful information to internal customers in order to support operational decision making, whilst summarising budget information and tracking key initiatives. Key Requirements: CA Qualification or equivalent, with 5+ years post qualification experience in a complex organisationProven relationship management and financial performance and analysis skillsStrong forecasting, modelling and visual presentation skills, with the ability to turn complex information into strategic insights. This is a great opportunity to take the step into a strategic finance role, with a high profile organisation that makes a difference for New Zealanders. If you are interested in this role, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, for more information, email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently working with a unique Public Sector organisation on a position that will give you the opportunity to operationalise their strategic vision through leading investment and integrated planning, ensuring change is managed in a financially sustainable way. You will be a proven Finance Business Partner, Senior level Management/Project Accountant or Finance Analyst, looking to take the step into Strategic Finance position as part of a high performing team. This is a great opportunity to combine your technical accounting skills, with your relationship management and strategic thinking, whilst playing an important role in the provision of important services to organisational strategy. Some Key Responsibilities: Analyse long term funding options for service delivery, in relation to organisational strategy, ensuring financial sustainability for future planned services. Provide key decisions support to the business across long term financial planning that inform decision making to manage resources and projects effectively. Analyse key data sets for strategically significant trends, providing insights to key customers in order to improve the effectiveness of service provision. Support budget bid initiatives and cabinet paper processes on behalf of the organisation. Provide insightful information to internal customers in order to support operational decision making, whilst summarising budget information and tracking key initiatives. Key Requirements: CA Qualification or equivalent, with 5+ years post qualification experience in a complex organisationProven relationship management and financial performance and analysis skillsStrong forecasting, modelling and visual presentation skills, with the ability to turn complex information into strategic insights. This is a great opportunity to take the step into a strategic finance role, with a high profile organisation that makes a difference for New Zealanders. If you are interested in this role, please apply via the link provided. Alternatively, for more information, email mark.brewis@randstad.co.nz or call 04 471 6464.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington, wellington
      • contract
      • full-time
      We currently have a Senior Project Accounting opportunity within a complex Government organisation based in Wellington CBD on a 12 Month hourly rate contract. This role will give you the opportunity to provide financial management of a large programme of work, prepare monthly reporting for senior stakeholders, monitor and track expenditure while assisting with the 2022 budget. You will have a strong background in managing project financials, working with senior leadership, engaging with and building relationships throughout an organisation and within the internal project team. Key Responsibilities: Manage and assist with the budget planning process and work with internal resources to demonstrate costs of services and strategy, while identifying risks and opportunities.Provide appropriate and reliable analysis while communicating financial and business recommendations in relation to new initiatives, budget development and proposals. Engage in the development and implementation within systems and processes, with a view to meet requirements of the financial planning, reporting and budgeting processes alongside finance. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with relevant internal and external teams across the project and organisation, enabling a collaborative approach to drive strategy, planning and reporting related advice. Enable the delivery of timely and accurate information alongside business support to aid financial and operational decision-making. Monitor and oversee initiatives while summarising critical Budget information for decision makers.Key Requirements: CA Qualification or Equivalent. 3+ years experience in a management accounting or project accounting position within a large/complex organisation.Experience with stakeholder management across financial and non-financial stakeholders.Proven track record of working within complex government organisations and dealing with SLT.This is a great opportunity to support a meaningful initiative that aims to raise the well-being of New Zealanders and allow you to utilise your project accounting skill set and public sector knowledge within a project environment. If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. If you would like to find out more, please contact Louis Jackson on 04 471 4875 or email louis.jackson@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We currently have a Senior Project Accounting opportunity within a complex Government organisation based in Wellington CBD on a 12 Month hourly rate contract. This role will give you the opportunity to provide financial management of a large programme of work, prepare monthly reporting for senior stakeholders, monitor and track expenditure while assisting with the 2022 budget. You will have a strong background in managing project financials, working with senior leadership, engaging with and building relationships throughout an organisation and within the internal project team. Key Responsibilities: Manage and assist with the budget planning process and work with internal resources to demonstrate costs of services and strategy, while identifying risks and opportunities.Provide appropriate and reliable analysis while communicating financial and business recommendations in relation to new initiatives, budget development and proposals. Engage in the development and implementation within systems and processes, with a view to meet requirements of the financial planning, reporting and budgeting processes alongside finance. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with relevant internal and external teams across the project and organisation, enabling a collaborative approach to drive strategy, planning and reporting related advice. Enable the delivery of timely and accurate information alongside business support to aid financial and operational decision-making. Monitor and oversee initiatives while summarising critical Budget information for decision makers.Key Requirements: CA Qualification or Equivalent. 3+ years experience in a management accounting or project accounting position within a large/complex organisation.Experience with stakeholder management across financial and non-financial stakeholders.Proven track record of working within complex government organisations and dealing with SLT.This is a great opportunity to support a meaningful initiative that aims to raise the well-being of New Zealanders and allow you to utilise your project accounting skill set and public sector knowledge within a project environment. If you are interested in this position, please apply via the link provided. If you would like to find out more, please contact Louis Jackson on 04 471 4875 or email louis.jackson@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • auckland, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$130,000 - NZ$140,000 per year
      • full-time
      If you're looking for your next Business Partner role and you'd like that to be within a project setting, helping to deliver across the region, then look no further.This role will see you sit within a wider Project team to help deliver the financials behind some exciting work over the next few years. You'll be hands on with project finances and shape the budgeting, forecasting, reporting and planning. You'll be working closely with the Project Managers to not only facilitate the smooth operation of cashflow, but to advise on financial planning within the projects and help mitigate risks. What you'll need to succeed:You'll need to be CA qualified with at least 5 years' experience in a senior finance position, with a background in management or project accounting, construction or infrastructure highly desirable. Operational accounting experience would be advantageousYou'll have demonstrable Business Partnering experience, effectively working across the board from ELT to external stakeholders.You will also have experience using large ERP systems such as SAP or similar. Key Responsibilities:Financial Advice and Analysis - explain the financial implications of the decision making process to the Project leadersEffective Business Partnering across the whole range of stakeholdersSupport with and input on business proposalsGovernance and compliance - take the lead to ensure policies are adhered toMonthly budgeting and forecasting - reporting to include forecasting, analysis and performance reportsDevelop planning models and advise on future financial riskEnsuring all contracts fit within the budgetBe seen as a leader within the project team and harness your leadership skills to effectively contribute to a high performance cultureIn case that's not enough:This role is ready when you are - immediately availableInternal career development opportunitiesCompetitive remuneration packagePermanent role within a large, national organisationThe opportunity to work flexibly If you've reached this point, you're proabably interested, right? Well, hit that APPLY button and we'll give you a call to discuss in more detail. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      If you're looking for your next Business Partner role and you'd like that to be within a project setting, helping to deliver across the region, then look no further.This role will see you sit within a wider Project team to help deliver the financials behind some exciting work over the next few years. You'll be hands on with project finances and shape the budgeting, forecasting, reporting and planning. You'll be working closely with the Project Managers to not only facilitate the smooth operation of cashflow, but to advise on financial planning within the projects and help mitigate risks. What you'll need to succeed:You'll need to be CA qualified with at least 5 years' experience in a senior finance position, with a background in management or project accounting, construction or infrastructure highly desirable. Operational accounting experience would be advantageousYou'll have demonstrable Business Partnering experience, effectively working across the board from ELT to external stakeholders.You will also have experience using large ERP systems such as SAP or similar. Key Responsibilities:Financial Advice and Analysis - explain the financial implications of the decision making process to the Project leadersEffective Business Partnering across the whole range of stakeholdersSupport with and input on business proposalsGovernance and compliance - take the lead to ensure policies are adhered toMonthly budgeting and forecasting - reporting to include forecasting, analysis and performance reportsDevelop planning models and advise on future financial riskEnsuring all contracts fit within the budgetBe seen as a leader within the project team and harness your leadership skills to effectively contribute to a high performance cultureIn case that's not enough:This role is ready when you are - immediately availableInternal career development opportunitiesCompetitive remuneration packagePermanent role within a large, national organisationThe opportunity to work flexibly If you've reached this point, you're proabably interested, right? Well, hit that APPLY button and we'll give you a call to discuss in more detail. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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