- Right hand to CFO
- Financial and management accounting with a business analysis bent
- North Shore location
This family business has been established for over a decade and continues to go from strength to strength. With a presence throughout the North Island, the focus moving forward is on further expansion and continuing to develop their reputation as a leading consultancy. The firm is now looking to secure the services of a Company Accountant to manage the end to end accounting requirements in conjunction with the CFO.
Your responsibilities include:
- Management & Financial Accounting – prepare monthly management and financial reports, maintain the integrity of the balance sheet and provide meaningful insight into the financials on a monthly basis
- Project Accounting – project status reports, cost, profitability, forward income and WIP
- Statutory – Ensure that all key requirements are carried out in a timely and accurate manner
- Oversight of the administration team which cover debtors, creditors, insurances etc
This role will suit a hands-on accountant experienced managing the end to end accounting requirements of an SME business. More specifically, you will be;
- CA/CPA part qualified or working towards, with an appropriate tertiary qualification
- Experienced in financial and management accounting
- Capable of working on your own accord, proactive in nature and committed to excellence
- Driven to grow and take on further challenges
This role has come about due to growth and the setting of the company strategy for the next 3-5 years. A candidate with commitment and confidence is required to help take this business to the next level. In return you will obtain a commensurate salary package and the opportunity to work in a progressive, industry-leading company.
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