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      • 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.
      • 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$80,000 - NZ$90,000 per year
      • full-time
      A great opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join a large commercial organization based in the Wellington CBD on a permanent basis. The position will be responsible for supporting the timely, accurate and efficient reporting and support to the Group Treasury function. The role would largely involve preparation of treasury reports, month end processing, identification of process improvements to ensure compliance and operational support of the wider treasury function. The role will require someone with a strong audit, banking or treasury experience and has strong technical skills. Responsibilities Support the preparation of treasury related statutory financial statement inputs.Responsible for month end processing of treasury transactions and positions.Resolve any accounting issues associated with the treasury transactions Identify and implement process improvements to drive compliance Support and maintain the operational framework RequirementsDegree qualified in Accounting, Finance or a business related field. CA qualified or working towards CA qualification Audit, Banking or Treasury experienceStrong analytical skills with a high attention to detail This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below. If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@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.
      A great opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join a large commercial organization based in the Wellington CBD on a permanent basis. The position will be responsible for supporting the timely, accurate and efficient reporting and support to the Group Treasury function. The role would largely involve preparation of treasury reports, month end processing, identification of process improvements to ensure compliance and operational support of the wider treasury function. The role will require someone with a strong audit, banking or treasury experience and has strong technical skills. Responsibilities Support the preparation of treasury related statutory financial statement inputs.Responsible for month end processing of treasury transactions and positions.Resolve any accounting issues associated with the treasury transactions Identify and implement process improvements to drive compliance Support and maintain the operational framework RequirementsDegree qualified in Accounting, Finance or a business related field. CA qualified or working towards CA qualification Audit, Banking or Treasury experienceStrong analytical skills with a high attention to detail This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below. If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@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$165,000 - NZ$180,000 per year
      • full-time
      A great opportunity has come up for an National Manager Assurance & Risk for a Government client based in Wellington central. My client has recently gone through some significant changes and realigned their internal team. This role is newly created and is responsible for developing and implementing a highly effective assurance function including audit, risk and managing a co-soured external provider. The ideal candidate will be currently operating at a senior level with experience with leading a team and being involved in strategic decision making processes. You will have great knowledge and experience across audit, risk & assurance and understanding of public sector framework. You will also have good examples of implementing and developing frameworks in a complex environment. Responsibilities Lead and continuously develop appropriate frameworks and controls across the organisation. Preparing and presenting reports to SLT the Audit and Risk Committee and others as required with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail. Understand the strategic direction of an organisation and ensure the assurance and risk review services they deliver add value to the businessManaging a team of 3 direct reports and ensure tasks are being completed in a timely and efficient mannerDeveloping and implementing a co-sourced model with external providers then ensuring the management of a high performing team in this model.Requirements Preferred qualifications include CPA/CA and/or Certified Internal Auditors (IIA)In-depth knowledge and experience in providing audit and assurance services Strong track record in building relationships and stakeholder communicationsPresentation and report writing skillsData analytics skills are desirable This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below.If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@randstad.co.nz 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.
      A great opportunity has come up for an National Manager Assurance & Risk for a Government client based in Wellington central. My client has recently gone through some significant changes and realigned their internal team. This role is newly created and is responsible for developing and implementing a highly effective assurance function including audit, risk and managing a co-soured external provider. The ideal candidate will be currently operating at a senior level with experience with leading a team and being involved in strategic decision making processes. You will have great knowledge and experience across audit, risk & assurance and understanding of public sector framework. You will also have good examples of implementing and developing frameworks in a complex environment. Responsibilities Lead and continuously develop appropriate frameworks and controls across the organisation. Preparing and presenting reports to SLT the Audit and Risk Committee and others as required with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail. Understand the strategic direction of an organisation and ensure the assurance and risk review services they deliver add value to the businessManaging a team of 3 direct reports and ensure tasks are being completed in a timely and efficient mannerDeveloping and implementing a co-sourced model with external providers then ensuring the management of a high performing team in this model.Requirements Preferred qualifications include CPA/CA and/or Certified Internal Auditors (IIA)In-depth knowledge and experience in providing audit and assurance services Strong track record in building relationships and stakeholder communicationsPresentation and report writing skillsData analytics skills are desirable This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below.If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@randstad.co.nz 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$85,000 - NZ$95,000 per year
      • full-time
      A great opportunity of an experienced auditor or financial accountant to step into an exciting role in a complex government organization for a 12 month fixed term contract. This role is responsible for supporting the financial accounting team in the provision of accurate financial and management information. This role involves monthly and statutory reporting, tax compliances, reconciliations and also some FMIS work as they are currently going through an ERP upgrade. This will involve process improvement, data integration and testing. The role will be well suited to an individual that is newly qualified or working towards their CA. You could be looking to get out of the CA environment or expand on your experience. This role provides the opportunity to develop your skill set across financial accounting and systems work in a complex environment. ResponsibilitiesContribute to the improvement/streamlining of current financial processes and proceduresPrepare various financial reports and analysis for various internal and external stakeholders. Participate in the development of any new financial systems and initiativesEnsure tax compliances are met and business processes are followed RequirementsDegree qualified in Accounting, Finance or a business related field. Completed a CA Qualification or working towards.Working knowledge of ERP systems A strong audit or financial accounting background This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below. If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@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.
      A great opportunity of an experienced auditor or financial accountant to step into an exciting role in a complex government organization for a 12 month fixed term contract. This role is responsible for supporting the financial accounting team in the provision of accurate financial and management information. This role involves monthly and statutory reporting, tax compliances, reconciliations and also some FMIS work as they are currently going through an ERP upgrade. This will involve process improvement, data integration and testing. The role will be well suited to an individual that is newly qualified or working towards their CA. You could be looking to get out of the CA environment or expand on your experience. This role provides the opportunity to develop your skill set across financial accounting and systems work in a complex environment. ResponsibilitiesContribute to the improvement/streamlining of current financial processes and proceduresPrepare various financial reports and analysis for various internal and external stakeholders. Participate in the development of any new financial systems and initiativesEnsure tax compliances are met and business processes are followed RequirementsDegree qualified in Accounting, Finance or a business related field. Completed a CA Qualification or working towards.Working knowledge of ERP systems A strong audit or financial accounting background This is a great opportunity to develop your career and work alongside some experienced professionals to gain exposure across different aspects of the organisation, whilst being rewarded with a supportive team and workplace environment in Wellington. In order to be considered for this exciting position please apply via the link below. If you have any further questions please get in contact with Garrett Ashman on 04 494 3452 or garrett.ashman@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.

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