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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Group Assurance Senior Manager

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Accounting / Auditor / Professional Services

Description

SkyCity
SkyCity Entertainment Group is one of Australasia’s leading gaming, entertainment and hospitality businesses. A New Zealand and Australian publicly listed company, the business includes five world-class casinos, three luxury hotels, over 50 restaurants and bars, public car parking operations, New Zealand’s largest convention centre, Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower, and Corporate and Property Solutions teams who keep things ticking behind the scenes.
  
Group Assurance Senior Manager
Reporting directly to the Group General Manager Assurance, this is a great opportunity to be involved in leading and managing assurance, across the Group. The role will support the Group GM Assurance to improve the maturity, effectiveness and efficiency of the assurance function and team.  Ensuring the Group Assurance framework is communicated effectively across the business and that all employees are aware of their responsibilities in relation to compliance and risk management. 
  
Experience required

  • Experience within a highly regulated environment.
  • Strong knowledge of relevant legislation and regulations and their application in a corporate environment.
  • At least 7 years of experience working in an Assurance, Compliance, Audit or Risk based internal function.
  • Extensive IT audit experience.
  • Project Management, including the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently.
  • Stakeholder management, specifically experience with senior leaders.

You will have strong communication and analysis skills, along with a passion and drive for risk management, continuous improvement, a natural curiosity and high attention to detail. The work is varied and diverse, and there is an opportunity to add real value.
  
At SkyCity, the career opportunities are as diverse as their workforce. The team don’t just embrace differences; they value and support them. Their hiring is centered on capability and performance, regardless of gender, gender identity, race, origin, age, educational background, disability, or religious beliefs. The team are here to empower you to shine. Their willingness to adapt ensures you can chart your path with SkyCity! Join the team at SkyCity and be extraordinary by being you. 

  • IT Audit focus | Daily exposure to Execs
  • CBD Offices | Hybrid options
  • Influential role operating across the Group

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Sales Manager

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Australia
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • National Sales Manager / National Field Sales Manager / Sales

Description

The Role

Our client is seeking an experienced Sales Leader to join their team in Sydney. In this role, you will be responsible for leading a team of Key Account Managers and a Sales Support team to deliver exceptional sales results across Australia. With a focus on B2B sales, you will drive strategic sales initiatives to ensure sustained business growth.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead and manage a team of Key Account Managers to achieve and exceed sales targets.
  • Develop and implement effective sales strategies to drive business growth.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with key clients and stakeholders.
  • Analyse sales performance data and provide actionable insights for improvement.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure seamless execution of sales initiatives.
  • Monitor market trends and competitor activities to identify new business opportunities.
  • Conduct regular performance reviews and provide coaching to enhance team productivity.

Key Experience

  • 8+ years of experience in B2B sales, with a strong understanding of the Australian market.
  • Consultative solutions sales experience selling into the FMCG manufacturers (food, beverage or personal care) is essential. 
  • Proven experience in managing and leading high-performing sales teams.
  • Exceptional communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to develop and execute strategic sales plans.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to interpret sales data and market trends.
  • Experience in building and maintaining client relationships at a senior level.

What’s in it for you?

  • Competitive salary package with performance-based incentives.
  • Opportunity to lead a talented and motivated team.
  • Professional development and career growth opportunities.
  • Dynamic and collaborative work environment.
  • Flexible working arrangements to support work-life balance.

Apply now or reach out to Bethany Taplin at bethanyt@huntercampbell.co.nz to arrange a confidential discussion.
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  • Competitive salary package
  • Flexible working arrangements to support work-life balance
  • Sydney Central location

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Customs Broker

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Customs Broker / Transport / Logistics / Drivers

Description

About the Company

A leading global freight forwarder is seeking an experienced Customs Broker to join the New Zealand branch based in Airport Oaks. This role is essential in ensuring the smooth and compliant flow of goods, making you a crucial part of international trade and border security.

Key Responsibilities

Reporting to the Customs Supervisor, this Customs Broker role is based in Airport Oaks. In this role, you will manage the customs clearance of import and export cargo.

  • Represent importers/exporters for goods clearance.
  • Review and process import/export documentation.
  • Classify goods using the international tariff-coding system.
  • Manage cargo documentation and coordinate with the operations team.
  • Ensure compliance with New Zealand customs regulations.
  • Liaising with MPI when required.

Key Skills Required

  • NZ Customs Pin is a must.
  • Experience with CargoWise is preferred but not essential.
  • Exposure to clearing diverse commodities – DG, perishables and general goods.
  • Attention to detail, ensuring all documentation and clearances are accurate.
  • Adaptability – keep up with changing regulations and procedures.
  • Integrity – maintain the highest ethical standards for compliance.
  • Time management – handle tasks efficiently to avoid additional charges.

What’s on Offer

In addition to a market base salary + benefits, on offer is one day of working from home and flexible start and finish times to support a good work-life balance. You will join a supportive, collaborative team within a globally recognised company.

For more information or to reach out for a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Kennedy on 021 534 790 or sarahk@huntercampbell.co.nz

  • Flexible start & finish + 1 day WFH
  • Join a supportive, collaborative globally recognized company!
  • Ensure smooth, compliant international trade flow

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Product Marketing Manager

12 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Marketing / Marketing Manager

Description

About the company
  
This well-known New Zealand food manufacturing company has been in operation for a number of decades and is well entrenched and successful within its industry specialisation.  
  
This company is going through an exciting phase of growth, and to continue its excellent work across innovation and continuous improvement, it needs an experienced Product Marketing Manager to drive all things product, innovation, brand, marketing, and communications.
  
About the role
  
As a Product Marketing Manager at this company, you will be at the heart of new product development (NPD) and innovation, collaborating closely with various teams internally to continue to accelerate this company’s brand(s) within the market.  You will work as a key communicator across the business, both internally and with customers.

You will also have responsibility for the wider marketing function, developing brand plans, working with agencies, leading all internal and external communications and being involved in exciting product and marketing focused projects. 

Key responsibilities

The overarching focus of this Product Marketing Manager role is to have responsibility and accountability for the Product and Marketing functions.  Specifically, this includes:  

  • Developing and overseeing innovation/NPD pipeline and process from ideas through to execution.
  • Utilising internal and external data sources to plan new NPD opportunities to suit customer and consumer needs.
  • Leading and executing all brand lead initiatives, supporting all functions to understand and bring to life this company’s brand(s).
  • Developing and executing annual product and marketing plans.
  • Briefing and owning external agency relationships relevant to the Product and Marketing function.
  • Owning the communication function internally and externally.
  • Managing the marketing budget across trade spend and supplier spend.

Key attributes

  • 5+ years in a senior product marketing role.
  • 2+ years NPD experience.
  • Top notch communication skills and the ability to understand data capabilities.
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Willingness to work collaboratively with various teams and stakeholders.
  • Ability to optimise business operations through data-driven insights.

What’s in it for you?

  • Fantastic autonomy and the opportunity to shape and make this role your own.
  • Free onsite parking.
  • Working alongside a commercially astute and encouraging GM.
  • Great career progression opportunities
  • Sole charge role with accountability for the product and marketing functions
  • Strong new product development focus where you can unleash your creative side
  • Join a thriving business in an exciting phase of growth

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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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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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