Financial Accountant

25 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accountant - Chartered / CPA / Accounting

Description

The Business:

This fast growing innovative business started out in a basement lab and has grown to a commercial scale business with operations in Australia and US. 

The Role:

Reporting to the Head of Finance the Financial Accountant will play a critical role in shaping processes and creating structure to the finance function. Responsibilities will include: 

  • Month-end reporting
  • Prepare monthly balance sheet reconcilliations 
  • Play a key role in year-end audits 
  • Assist with budgets and forecasts 
  • Manage the Groups fixed asset registers 
  • Financial analysis 

The Candidate:

The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of relevant experience. You might be looking to move from practice into industry or you might have started your career in industry and be looking for your next challenge.

Ideally CPA/CA qualified or studying towards your qualification. Excellent communication skills. 

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is ambitious and enjoys growing with a business, the successful candidate will be on a career trajectory to Finance Manager within 18 months. 

If this sounds like you then apply today or for more information contact Katie Kelly on 021 418 585 or email katiek@huntercampbell.co.nz 

  • Excellent career development opportunities
  • Healthy work life balance with flexible working
  • Mount Wellington location

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Inventory and Logistics Specialist

24 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Manufacturing / Planning

Description

About the company:

Our client is a highly successful FMCG/food manufacturing business that is one of the pioneers and market leaders in its field. They are well-respected for their innovation, commercial success and award-winning products.

About the role:

Based at our client’s NZ head office in Penrose and reporting to the Logistics and Supply Planning Manager, this role involves managing relationships with third-party logistics (3PL) providers nationwide to ensure inventory integrity.
You will monitor and maintain accurate inventory records in SAP, conduct audits, and reconcile discrepancies to optimise inventory levels and minimize costs. Developing and maintaining strong relationships with 3PL providers is essential, ensuring timely and accurate inventory movements, and resolving any related issues.

Following established systems and processes, you’ll identify opportunities for improvement and implement changes as needed, while ensuring adherence to company policies and procedures. Regular inventory reports will be generated using Excel and other tools, with data analysis to identify trends and provide insights and recommendations to management. Effective communication with internal teams (procurement, logistics, finance) and presenting reports to management and stakeholders are also key responsibilities.

About you:

The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of inventory control experience, preferably in FMCG or logistics, with strong Excel skills and a preference for SAP experience. Familiarity with Power BI and supply chain studies are a plus.
Essential qualities include strong communication, attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively. The role involves ensuring data accuracy, improving processes, analyzing data for decisions, and managing relationships with 3PL providers and internal teams.

What’s in it for you?

Our client offers a competitive salary, opportunities for professional development and career growth within the company and a dynamic and collaborative work environment.

Interested?

If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you would like to find out more or for a confidential discussion please email Katherine Biggelaar at katherineb@huntercampbell.co.nz
  
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  • Fast-paced FMCG environment
  • Inventory integrity focussed role
  • CBD fringe based

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Commercial Analyst

24 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Contract or Temp
  • Accountant - Chartered / CPA / Accounting

Description

This business is doing pioneering things for New Zealanders in the world of sustainable living. 

Working as part of a high-performing finance team, this role will allow you to really add value through your ability to provide proactive commercial insights to key financial stakeholders through financial analysis and reporting of financial, customer, project, product & operational metrics.

This is an initial 6-month contract engagement with the scope to extend beyond that. 

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Provide informed and insightful analysis on actual performance and support in identifying management actions to remedy gaps vs forecast.
  • Support budgeting and forecasting activities, along with the development and implementation of an integrated 3-way forecasting tool.
  • Financial modelling to support investment business cases and decision-making, ensuring the right allocation of resources.
  • Support the development and implementation of an investment appraisal framework and ROI models, ensuring adherence to governance frameworks.
  • Support the development of BI capabilities and deliver data-driven insights through analysis of large data sets to highlight key themes, trends, and opportunities to assist growth in revenues and margins.
  • Support development and refinement of standard costing and cost-to-serve models to inform pricing decisions.
  • Proactively advise and support the business unit to ensure an effective operating control environment is in place.

  
Qualifications and Skills:

The successful candidate will be a CA/CPA-qualified Accountant with strong corporate experience. You will have excellent Excel skills & experience with Power Bi will be highly beneficial.

**You must be immediately available or at the back end of your current assignment**

For further details or to apply please email Regina Manaf at Hunter Campbell, or email reginam@huntercampbell.co.nz or call 021 220 8786

  • Flexible start & finish times
  • Up to 2 days WFH
  • Inclusive & lovely team to join in modern offices

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Business Development Manager

19 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Business Development Manager / Sales

Description

About the role:

Urban Rest has a newly created Business Development Manager role ready for an individual who thrives off quality client relationships. An effective salesperson to get out into the market proactively and prospect new partnerships at a corporate level.  This role will report into the Country Manager and be part of global team, all with a target market of any potential customers that do their fair share of business travel and need a provider that does it better. They’re seeking a highly motivated and results-driven individual, with a proven background in driving revenue by setting and executing a plan to develop and grow new, long-lasting customers.
  
Key Responsibilities:

  • Research and map the market
  • Set new business goals
  • Create a strategy and plan to execute growth
  • Identify and prospect for new business
  • Develop commercial partnerships and long-lasting corporate relationships
  • Meet KPI metrics and achieve budgets

  
Key Attributes:

  • 5+ years Business Development Management experience
  • A background in the accommodation, travel or hospitality sectors would be an advantage
  • Consistency, follows a process and keeps commitments
  • Truly listen to clients and deliver on their needs and expectations
  • A skilled communicator – written, verbal or via presentation
  • Goal oriented and self-motived to drive success
  • Critical business thinking and care for detail

  
About the company:

Urban Rest, founded in Australia, is a fast-growing challenger in the serviced apartment and corporate housing space with properties across Australia, London, Ireland and recently, New Zealand. They’re a technology enabled business disrupting a stagnant sector with a unique focus on traveller well-being and sustainability. They’ve experienced rapid growth, strong customer loyalty and success over the last seven years since launch in 2017.
Now, they’re going through a period of scaling the business in various locations across the country and even into Europe, and are offering the chance to join their team at this pivotal stage of expansion. The nature of the business means you will be part of an agile and collaborative team.
  
If you are a Business Development Manager looking for the next step, apply today! For additional information, please contact Rose Buffalo-Snell on 02108928708 or rosebs@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Career progression available alongside company growth
  • Identifying new corporate partnerships and revenue opportunities
  • Flexible hours and the option for WFH days

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Sales Manager

18 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Regional Sales Manager / Sales Manager / Sales

Description

About the Company
  
Mighty Ape is bananas about online shopping! They’ve been in the online shopping game for over two decades and are passionate about providing Kiwis with a world-class online shopping experience. It is one of New Zealand’s most popular online shopping sites, delivering thousands of orders lightning-fast to Kiwis up and down the country every day – and to Aussies across the ditch too.

Endorsed by numerous industry awards and a loyal (and growing) customer base, Mighty Ape is highly regarded for its unwavering commitment to excellent customer service, unrivalled product range and an innovative approach that has ensured its continued growth and position as NZ’s market leader in online retail.

Mighty Ape’s Sales team is diverse, friendly, collaborative and successful.  If you are a keen gamer, love to chat about TV shows, an avid reader or are keen to get on your shoes with Mighty Ape’s weekly running group, this could be the role for you!

About the Role
  
This is a full-time, permanent role joining the team at the Mighty Ape Headquarters in Millwater/Silverdale Auckland. Mighty Ape are seeking someone who shares their passion for delivering a world-class online shopping customer experience. You will be joining a company with a real sense of purpose, impressive growth since its inception and a commitment to ongoing success, investment and innovation.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and grow market position within the Electronics and Computers category.
  • Ensure budgets and EPITDA targets are met.
  • Ensure supplier revenue and product rebate targets are met and exceeded.
  • Build comprehensive strategies to minimise aging stock.
  • Have oversight and accountability for ranging and purchasing including exploring product growth opportunities with Importers and Suppliers.
  • Manage team members and provide growth opportunities.
  • Continuously build team culture.

Key Attributes:

  • 5 + years’ experience in category management, eCommerce or retail.
  • 3 + years’ experience in a leadership role.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral.
  • A solution orientated problem solver.
  • Strong analytical capability experienced with Excel.
  • Strong market knowledge of the Electronics and Computers industry.

What’s in it for you?
  
This is a rare opportunity to be part of an iconic New Zealand company in growth mode.  The nature and stage of the business means you have freedom and accountability to drive growth within the Electronics and Computers category, whilst supporting and being surrounded by a high performing team.

Mighty Ape’s culture is awesome.  The atmosphere in the office is vibrant and fun, and whilst there is lots of exciting work to be done, you will have a good time doing it!   
  
If you’re a Sales Manager with a background in Electronics/Computers and a love of analytics and process improvement, and this role sounds like something you can get stuck into and make your own, apply today! Contact Erin Donkin on erind@huntercampbell.co.nz for a confidential chat about your career.

  • Fantastic opportunity to join New Zealand's Number 1 Online Retailer!
  • Lead and mentor talented team of category Sales Managers.
  • Report into an encouraging and commercial GM of Sales & Marketing.

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Accounts Receivable

18 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Contract or Temp
  • Accounting / Accounts Receivable

Description

The Role

Our client is seeking an Accounts Receivable contractor to join their team for an initial 3-month contract. 
This successful group of businesses is going through a finance transformation and is seeking an experienced contractor to manage the AR process. 

This is an initial 3-month fixed-term contract but has the scope to extend beyond that.

Key Responsibilities

As Accounts Receivable Officer, your duties will include, but are not limited to the below.

  • Process weekly and monthly invoicing runs
  • Prepare and process monthly direct debit payments
  • Account reconciliations 
  • Processing credit card payments 
  • Handle customer queries
  • Manage and take ownership of your assigned ledger
  • Timely and accurate processing of monthly statements
  • Support the wider finance team 

About You
You will have a strong accounts background, with experience in end-to-end / sole charge AR. You will be confident in quickly picking up processes and ensuring the smooth running of BAU. You will have a high attention to detail, a can-do attitude, and will have great communication and relationship-building skills.

*Please only apply if you are immediately available with NZ working rights*

If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you’d like to find out more and for a confidential discussion, please call Nadia Macpherson 021 243 6485 (nadiam@huntercampbell.co.nz) at Hunter Campbell. 

  • Flexible start & finish times with street parking available
  • 1 day work from home
  • Inclusive & lovely team to join in modern offices

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Accounts Payable

18 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Contract or Temp
  • Accounting / Accounts Payable

Description

The Role

Our client is seeking an Accounts Payable contractor to join their team for an initial 3-month contract. 
This successful group of businesses is going through a finance transformation and is seeking an experienced contractor to manage the AP process. 

This is an initial 3-month fixed-term contract but has the scope to extend beyond that.

Key Responsibilities

As Accounts Payable Officer, your duties will include, but are not limited to the below.

  • Process and enter invoices accurately.
  • Schedule and make timely payments.
  • Reconcile supplier statements and resolve discrepancies.
  • Ensure compliance and prepare reports.
  • Reconciliation of bank accounts. 
  • Month end balance sheet reconciliations. 
  • Maintain positive supplier relationships and resolve issues.
  • Support the wider finance team as and when required.

About You
You will have a strong accounts background, with experience in end-to-end / sole charge AP. You will be confident in quickly picking up processes and ensuring the smooth running of BAU. You will have a high attention to detail, a can-do attitude, and will have great communication and relationship-building skills.

*Please only apply if you are immediately available with NZ working rights*

If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you’d like to find out more and for a confidential discussion, please call Nadia Macpherson 021 243 6485 (nadiam@huntercampbell.co.nz) at Hunter Campbell.   

  • Flexible start & finish times with street parking available
  • 1 day work from home
  • Inclusive & lovely team to join in modern offices

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Senior Administrator

17 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Banking & Finance / Funds Management

Description

Hunter Campbell is partnering with a successful fund management business to find a Senior Administrator to join their team!
  
About the Opportunity

This is a newly created role within a small and high-achieving team. This is a rare opportunity to gain experience in Private Investment and to report directly to the Head of Finance. Your role will involve active participation in all aspects of fund management and investment operations support. You will be fully supported by the Head of Finance and the wider team to learn and ensure you are set up for success.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Assist in preparing quarterly fund and ad hoc investor reports, fund reconciliations, drawdown and distribution notices, and support investor communications and liaison.
  • Manage Xero reconciliations, invoicing, and process bank payments.
  • Assist in the maintenance and updating of the firm’s CRM and investor reporting software.
  • Support the AML/CFT program and other regulatory compliance efforts, ensuring all tax compliance is maintained.
  • Assist in the annual audit process.
  • Provide support to the finance and investment team on various special projects.

  
About You

We are searching for a motivated and driven Senior Administrator who wants to grow their career within this successful fund management business. We are looking for someone who enjoys variety in their role, thrives on getting the small things right, with an ability to effectively handle a busy workload and is willing to get stuck in and support the wider team. You will have experience in a similar role and ideally have experience working in the Financial Services industry.

If you’re interested in this role, please APPLY NOW or contact Nadia Macpherson at 021 243 6485 (nadiam@huntercampbell.co.nz) at Hunter Campbell for a confidential discussion.

  • Auckland CBD
  • Fantastic Culture & High-Performing Team
  • Report Directly to Head of Finance

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Finance Analyst

17 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accountant - Chartered / CPA / Accounting

Description

The Company
One of New Zealand’s largest and most reputable property investment & funds management businesses. Boasting a highly experienced team, the Group actively manages a diverse portfolio of more than $20bn industrial, office, retail and healthcare property assets throughout New Zealand and Australia. 

The Role
As part of an impressive finance team, in this broad and varied Finance Analyst role you will be responsible for providing financial analysis and management for single and/or multi-asset property funds across NZ and Australia.
  
Key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Preparing management accounts including variance analysis
  • Preparing annual budgets and regular forecasts
  • Assisting Asset Managers with annual strategic reviews
  • Scenario analysis, modelling financial implications of alternative scenarios including financial stress testing
  • Preparing feasibilities for acquisitions and divestments
  • Negotiating refinancing or new loan deals with banks
  • Supporting accountants in review of annual reports and financial statements

To be considered for this position you must be a fully qualified accountant, with 5+ years of experience, ideally within a similar or transferable business or industry (property investment, development, funds management, leasing, financial services etc.).

Proven experience with modelling and financial analysis are essential for this hire. You must have excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills and be able to business partner including relaying information to non-financial stakeholders. High attention to detail, flexibility and initiative to find solutions are also key. 

What’s in it for you
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a market-leading business in an extremely desirable industry. You will be working with an impressive finance team within a hardworking, fun and sociable office environment. 

If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below.

  • Competitive base salary + bonus + Kiwisaver
  • Collaborative, high calibre, fun and social team
  • Amazing CBD based offices with flexible working

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