Senior Investment Analyst

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Banking & Finance / Investment Banking

Description

About the Company:
Hunter Campbell has proudly partnered with New Zealand’s largest listed property company Kiwi Property, on the search for a Senior Investment Analyst to join their specialist Finance team.

As one of the largest listed property companies on the NZX and a member of the NZX20 Index, Kiwi Property were founded in 1993 and proudly own and manage more than $3 billion in mixed-use, retail and office properties.

In addition to this, Kiwi Property are also at an exciting point of their growth story – flying the flag for NZ’s inaugural IKEA development, whilst bringing the ‘Build to Rent’ concept to life with Resido in Mt Wellington and carving out a new large-scale housing and retail development in Drury, South Auckland.

The success of Kiwi Property is driven by a diverse team of more than 160 professionals who are guided by their values – ‘Win Together, Make it Happen, Lead the Way and Exceed Expectations’

About the Role:
You will be a part of a dynamic and highly experienced Finance team, supporting the Head of Corporate Finance & Investor Relations, whilst collaborating closely with the wider Finance and Funds Management team notably consisting of the CFO, Head of Capital Transactions and Senior Manager of Value & Strategy. This is a brilliant opportunity to gain hands-on real estate investment experience to support strategic decision-making, in a true market-leading firm.

  • Manage the use of complex financial models to provide timely, accurate and efficient strategic advice, business plans forecasts, modelling and other analytics to facilitate clear business decision-making and investor reporting.
  • Undertake corporate financial modelling across Kiwi Property Group (or its managed funds), which support a range of different project analyses as directed, including a variety of investment returns analyses and integrated corporate modelling (including DCF and other valuation-type models). This includes ownership of the KPG corporate model which forecasts the profitability, key metrics and funding requirements of the Group.
  • Provide robust and concise written analysis and reporting for presentation to the Executive, investors and the board.
  • Provide input into strategy and business decision making through informed research on topics such as: the state of the NZ economy, global financial markets, general current events and research across core and adjacent property sectors.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the debt and equity capital markets, including interest rates, as they relate to KPG and its managed funds whilst assisting with debt and equity related projects (e.g. Bond issuances, equity capital raising, bank refinancing), including end to end project management and oversight.

About You:
We are looking for a highly analytical, commercially minded corporate finance professional with excellent financial modelling skills and a strong financial aptitude. You will have circa 3-4 years of experience from investment banking, a Big 4 corporate finance team or funds management firm. You must hold a relevant tertiary qualification in Finance or a related discipline (e.g. Economics, Property, Valuations, Finance, Commerce/Business).

Having prior real estate experience is not a prerequisite but having an interest in the asset class would be highly beneficial; whilst having exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including having the capacity to produce high-quality reports, analysis, and presentations under tight deadlines, is certainly essential.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Kyna Harmon – 021 242 9807 / kynah@huntercampbell.co.nz. Alternatively, please submit your resume by following the instructions below.

  • New growth opportunity to join a specialist Finance team in the Property sector
  • Ownership of the corporate model
  • Exciting phase for one of NZ's largest listed property companies

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Accountant

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accountant - Financial / Accounting

Description

The Business
An instantly recognisable NZX listed business, who are market leaders with a growth mindset on a global scale.

The Role
This is a newly created Accountant role, as a result of the business being separated into two sub units. You will take responsibility for the unit and provide influence as you gain knowledge and become the “go-to” finance person. Reporting to the Financial Controller, and also supporting the Finance Manager, you will provide timely and accurate monthly financial and management reporting for the Senior Leadership team. 

Duties will include, but not be limited to: 

  • Financial accounting including producing month-end P&L and Balance Sheet
  • Monthly reporting and assisting with six-monthly and annual Statutory Reporting requirements
  • Initiating process improvements
  • Partnering with management to provide financial information and analysis
  • Assist with the annual budget and quarterly forecasting 

The ideal candidate will have an Accounting degree with 3-4 years of work experience. You can be CA/CPA qualified, studying towards or qualified by experience. Excellent communication skills are key for this role as you business partner with management. You will be eager to learn, curious and enthusiastic about your work. 

What’s in it for you…
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a large, NZX listed business who are well established and market leaders in their industry. They have a very supportive and collaborative team which promotes learning and offers great opportunities for growth. 

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 Caroline Ledger on 021 240 9748 or email carolinel@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Market leading NZ listed, global business with a friendly culture
  • Newly created role with high level of autonomy and ownership
  • South Auckland offices from Dec 2024 with flexible working supported

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CFO

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / CFO

Description

Ko wai tātou | Who We Are
With a deep sense of responsibility to its people, Moana New Zealand is the largest Māori owned kaimoana and kai ora company in New Zealand. They are true guardians of the world’s most pristine and sustainably managed fisheries, with a deep sense of responsibility to our people and respect for kaimoana and kai ora.
  
With a proud heritage and a forward-looking approach, they strive to deliver exceptional seafood products to consumers worldwide while safeguarding the precious marine ecosystems for future generations.
  
Mō te tūranga | About the Role
As the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) you will form part of the Executive Leadership Team, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The role supports the CEO to maximise commercial performance while ensuring that the aspirations of Iwi are met through constructive and collaborative partnerships with industry, Iwi and customers worldwide.
  
This role’s purpose is to be accountable for Moana New Zealand’s financial and commercial management. This includes leading the group finance and commercial teams, ensuring robust and effective business advice and support to facilitate strategic, business, and commercial decision-making.
  
Specifically, the CFO is responsible for commercial and people leadership, financial management, reporting, strategic planning activities, legal and risk management, tax, and treasury.
  
Key responsibilities and duties will include (but not limited to);

  • Lead, grow and develop financial and commercial teams
  • Provide financial and commercial leadership, expertise and advice to CEO, Executive Team, and the Board
  • Develop long-range financial strategies and business plans
  • Manage the reporting, budgeting, and forecasting annual cycles; including timely group financial reports for Moana New Zealand’s Board and key stakeholders
  • Provide financial leadership, rigor, and commercial acumen for M&A activities
  • Design and implement a robust governance framework and systems at all levels
  • Key stakeholder relations management (Auditors/Banks/Financial Institutes)
  • Attend all Board meetings and provide knowledgeable input into finance and strategy related discussion
  • Share investor relations responsibilities with the CEO
  • Deliver continuous improvement across Moana New Zealand’s operational and financial performance
  • Provide leadership to wider group, promoting the values and purpose of Moana

  
Nā tāu rourou | What will you bring?
To be considered for this position, you must be an accomplished and commercially focused CFO, who is CA qualified or equivalent). You will have a proven track record of working in medium to large, fast-paced, and dynamic environments within related industries such as FMCG, manufacturing, or primary industries.
  
Along with this, you will also have;

  • Excellent leadership capability and experience at a senior level within complex and multi-site environments
  • Strategic and analytical expertise, with a natural ability to translate financial data into actionable insights
  • Led transformational change projects
  • Deep understanding of financial regulations, reporting standards, and risk management practices
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to articulate complex financial concepts to non-financial stakeholders
  • Prove ability to foster a culture of integrity, accountability, and innovation

    
What’s in it for you…
This is an excellent opportunity to work for a market-leading premium fresh food business, with a strong commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship. You will have the chance to make a significant impact by shaping the financial strategy of a dynamic and purpose-driven organisation.
  
We invite you to apply if you are a strategic-minded finance leader with a passion for sustainability and innovation.
  
Please apply via the link or send your CV to Sarah Bailey at Hunter Campbell sarahb@huntercampbell.co.nz

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NZ Head of Finance

11 / 07 / 2024

  • Christchurch
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / Financial Controller

Description

The Company

Leading professional services firm with an enviable reputation and an international presence across New Zealand and Australia.
This business has a high performing, collaborative and social culture with an impressive leadership team.

The opportunity

Reporting directly into the Group CFO, the Head of Finance will be responsible for the NZ Operations, driving financial strategy, overseeing accounting and payroll, and provide commercial insights to the NZ GM. 

This position can be based in Christchurch or Auckland.

Responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

  • Business Partner with the executive team providing insights and analysis to drive profitability
  • Budgeting, forecasting and strategic planning
  • Preparation of monthly reporting and variance analysis
  • Preparation of financial statements and regulatory filings
  • Continuous improvement including building management reports, integrating payroll software and automating month end
  • Analyse commercial contracts to identify risks and opportunities for value creation
  • Oversight of the payroll operations
  • Lead, coach and develop the NZ finance team

What’s in it for you

Superb opportunity to join a successful professional services firm with an enviable culture. The Head of Finance is a genuine commercial and operational role which is highly visible across the business, with the ability to drive company performance.

Your profile

  • CA/CPA or equivalent qualified finance professional with experience leading a robust accounting function
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Proven experience providing insights and analysis to drive performance
  • Ability to operate efficiently in a high paced environment

To be considered for this position, submit your CV by following the link below. For more info, please contact Sam Pritchard samp@huntercampbell.co.nz or Sarah Bailey sarahb@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Business Partner with the exec team
  • Central CHCH location, awesome culture and impressive leadership team
  • Competitive salary and impressive benefits package

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Accounts Payable Officer

10 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Contract or Temp
  • Accounting / Accounts Payable

Description

The Opportunity
Join a well-recognised Kiwi FMCG business that will only add value to your career! This is a short-term contract with the potential to extend. Supporting a close-knit finance team, the Accounts Payable Officer will sit in and amongst the action in their GI offices. Please note being a short-term contract, this role is fully office-based. The role of the temp AP Officer is to provide additional support to the well-run AP function within the business and maintain BAU.

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.
  • 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. Experience working within a manufacturing environment will be favourable. 

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

If this role interests you, please APPLY NOW or contact Morgan Schuler from Hunter Campbell at morgans@huntercampbell.co.nz / 027 579 2286 for a confidential discussion.

  • Contract through to the start of September with an ASAP start
  • Well-known Kiwi brand
  • Fantastic company culture + supportive finance team

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Financial Controller

10 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / Financial Controller

Description

The Company
Leading professional services firm with an enviable reputation and an international presence across New Zealand and Australia.
This business has a high performing, collaborative and social culture with an impressive leadership team.

The opportunity
Reporting directly into the Group CFO, the Financial Controller will be responsible for the NZ Operations, driving financial strategy, overseeing accounting and payroll, and provide commercial insights to the NZ GM.

This position can be based in Auckland or Christchurch.

Responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

  • Business Partner with the executive team providing insights and analysis to drive profitability
  • Budgeting, forecasting and strategic planning
  • Oversight of payroll operations (c1000 employee base)
  • Preparation of monthly reporting and variance analysis
  • Preparation of financial statements and regulatory filings
  • Continuous improvement including building management reports, integrating payroll software and automating month end
  • Analyse commercial contracts to identify risks and opportunities for value creation
  • Lead, coach and develop the NZ finance team

What’s in it for you
Superb opportunity to join a successful professional services firm with an enviable culture. The Head of Finance is a genuine operational role which is highly visible across the business, with the ability to drive company performance.

Your profile

  • CA/CPA or equivalent qualified finance professional with experience leading a robust accounting function
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Proven experience providing insights and analysis to drive performance
  • Ability to operate efficiently in a high paced environment

To be considered for this position, submit your CV by following the link below. For more info, please contact Sam Pritchard samp@huntercampbell.co.nz or Sarah Bailey sarahb@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Business Partner with the exec team
  • Central Auckland location, awesome culture and impressive leadership team
  • Competitive salary and impressive benefits package

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Accounts Payable Administrator

08 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / Accounts Payable

Description

The Company
Operating within the competitive and constantly evolving FMCG market, our client boasts award-winning brands, industry-leading products, and first-to-market offerings causing ripples throughout the industry. The company is made up of individuals who are truly passionate about the products they create and promote, delivering quality to consumers both locally and abroad.

The Role
The Accounts Payable Administrator will join an existing team covering end-to-end AP. The current process in accounts payable is quite manual, however, the successful candidate will have an adaptable attitude to change and a keen eye for efficiency as the finance team works through process improvements. 

Key Responsibilities 
As Accounts Payable Administrator, you will coordinate the accurate and timely preparation, processing, and maintenance of the accounts payable function. 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.
  • Maintain positive supplier relationships and resolve issues.
  • Assist with month-end processes.
  • Support the wider finance team as and when required.

About You
We are looking for a high-calibre individual who has over 3 years of AP experience, including time in an end-to-end AP role. You will be confident in handling a manual AP and will continuously seek to implement system & process improvement. You will have a high attention to detail, a can-do attitude, and will be adaptable to a fast-paced and changing work environment. Previous experience with Microsoft Dynamix AX is favourable. 

If this role interests you, please APPLY NOW or contact Morgan Schuler from Hunter Campbell at morgans@huntercampbell.co.nz / 027 579 2286 for a confidential discussion.

  • Fast paced end-to-end AP role
  • Great NZ owned and operated FMCG company
  • Office-based role in Penrose & Mangere + staff parking

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Financial Controller

05 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / Financial Controller

Description

The Company
Award winning New Zealand Mint (NZ Mint) is New Zealand’s only precious metal mint. It is a bi-modal business comprising of bullion trading (investment grade silver and gold) and precious metal collectibles. For some 75 years, NZ Mint has been minting gold and silver bullion and collectibles. A quiet international success story, NZ Mint also facilitates the trading and storing of physical bullion for members of the New Zealand public and exports its collectibles across the globe.
NZ Mint was the first company in the world to license Disney and start making ‘Mickey Mouse money’. It has expanded on this with other strong partnerships with some of the world’s biggest brands such as Marvel, Star Wars, Star Trek, DC, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, etc.

The opportunity
The role of Financial Controller reports directly into an impressive CFO, leads a small team and is responsible for overseeing the company’s financial health by taking ownership of financial management, reporting, controls and systems, whilst developing strategies to enhance financial performance:
Responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

  • Management of the monthly management reporting process
  • Preparation of monthly reporting and variance analysis to budget
  • Lead the annual external audit and financial reporting processes
  • Ownership of the OPEX part of the annual budget
  • Lead the selection and company wide implementation of a new ERP
  • A host of other responsibilities including cash flow forecasting, FX hedging, payroll, tax, royalties and internal controls

What’s in it for you
Superb opportunity to join a heritage NZ brand with exciting growth plans. The business has started its expansion into sports and already licensed with UFC and Major League Baseball, and this role will be pivotal in ensuring the ongoing financial health to support the strategic plans.

Your profile

  • CA/CPA or equivalent qualified finance professional with experience leading a robust accounting function
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Experience implementing an ERP highly desirable
  • Exposure to inventory preferred (manufacturing/fmcg/retail etc)
  • Ability to work both independently and part of a team

To be considered for this position, submit your CV by following the link below. For a confidential discussion please call Sam Pritchard on 021 224 7093 or email samp@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Leadership role
  • Heritage NZ brand with exciting growth and expansion plans
  • Central Auckland location + competitive salary + WFH flexibility

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Financial Analyst

05 / 07 / 2024

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

Description

The Company
Smartpay is one of Australasia’s largest EFTPOS Payments providers, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Providing a second to none customer service experience, they work hard to bring the latest technology in EFTPOS and Payments technology to their customers.
  
The Role
As Financial Analyst you will support the financial accounting aspect of the merchant settlements team, who ensure Smartpay’s customers get paid on time, every time. Working with various stakeholders across the business, you will contribute to process improvements and driving efficiency.
  
Duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Performing daily settlements
  • Daily and monthly journals
  • Preparing monthly Board Packs and commentary
  • Reconciliation of accounts
  • Analysis for members of the leadership team
  • Supporting settlements teams members with responding to disputes and investigating transactions

This is a great opportunity to join a growing, innovative, and fast paced business with a very friendly, fun and inclusive culture. You will be part of a high performing, collaborative team which has a big focus on learning and development.
  
This role is 40 hours a week and will include weekend work, either on a rostered basis or permanently with flexibility to choose which 3 days are worked mid-week. Monday – Friday the role is based full time at their offices in Glenfield, and weekend work can be done from home.
  
The ideal candidate will be CA qualified with 3+ years of experience. This role is perfect for someone with a background in public practice, who is looking to make their first move to industry.

If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you’d like to find out more & for a confidential discussion, please call Caroline Ledger on 021 240 9748 or email carolinel@huntercampbell.co.nz.

  • Growing, listed business with a friendly, collaborative and inclusive culture
  • North Shore based offices with free onsite parking
  • High performing team with a big focus on learning and development

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