Regional Manager

10 / 07 / 2024

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


About the Company

Join a leading New Zealand-owned provider of integrated facilities services at an exciting position of growth. This award-winning franchise-based company excels in customer service and quality assurance, setting industry benchmarks across New Zealand. Trusted by major private and public sector organisations nationwide, they uphold a reputation for excellence in service delivery.

About the Role

The business is seeking a proactive leader to oversee operations and drive growth in the Bay of Plenty region, ideally based in Tauranga, but can be based in the Waikato or Hawkes Bay. This pivotal role encompasses the following objectives: nurturing client relationships for retention, expanding client base through effective acquisition strategies, and recruiting new cleaning franchisees, all while maintaining operational excellence and effective leadership to the Regional Customer Relationship Managers.

Key Responsibilities

  • Identify and pursue prospective clients, deliver compelling presentations, and negotiate contracts to secure new business.
  • Cultivate and maintain strong client relationships to ensure satisfaction and long-term retention.
  • Monitor and enhance region profitability through strategic management.
  • Recruit and onboard new franchisees, ensuring correct due diligence processes.
  • Develop and deliver training and support programs for franchisees and cleaning staff.
  • Ensure adherence to company standards, procedures, and policies across all operations.

About You

  • Industry Expertise: Extensive experience in senior-level sales and operational management roles within the services sector, particularly in facilities management.
  • Attitude and Cultural Alignment: You’ll bring integrity, accountability, and have a people-first mindset. Motivated by success and dedicated to fostering regional growth.
  • Proven Track Record: Demonstrated success in expanding and maintaining market share within a region, with strong leadership skills. Effective in establishing connections and building lasting relationships.
  • Franchise Background: Preferably brings experience with franchises or within companies utilising this business model.

Company Culture

Join a passionate and dedicated team that takes pride in delivering reliable, consistent services. Their people-focused culture fosters a sense of belonging, akin to family. They are known for their exceptional customer care and support, ensuring every interaction reflects their commitment to excellence.

If you are ready to take on this exciting opportunity and drive success within an organisation, apply now. To have a confidential discussion, contact Jessica Walker at Hunter Campbell with your CV on

  • Competitive package, company vehicle and uncapped commission structure
  • Award winning integrated facilities services provider
  • Results driven role with remote working

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Financial Controller

10 / 07 / 2024

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


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 or Sarah Bailey

  • 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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Import Seafreight Operator

09 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Importer / Exporter / Transport / Logistics / Drivers


About the Company:
A New Zealand freight forwarder well regarded in the New Zealand market with strong networks globally. The position of Import Operator has become available. Joining the Import seafreight team there is a lot of opportunity to grow and develop your career within their business.
About the Opportunity:
Reporting to the Sea Import Operations Supervisor, this Import Sea Freight Operator role is based on the North Shore. In this role, you will manage and oversee all aspects of import sea freight operations.

  • Take ownership of and process whole vessels, including FCL, LCL, and FAK cargoes.
  • Manage documentation flows and requirements with offshore agents.
  • Ensure all shipments comply with NZ import regulations.
  • Communicate with local shipping lines regarding vessel arrivals, cargo priority, availability, and charges.
  • Liaise with importers, freight forwarders, and customs brokers regarding cargo arrivals.
  • Collaborate with in-house Customs Brokers for cargo requiring customs clearance and/or deliveries.
  • Coordinate with trucking companies, port companies, and freight stations for efficient cargo handling.

Key Requirements:

  • Sound knowledge of Incoterms, NZ import regulations, and supply chain systems.
  • 2 + years of relevant experience in the New Zealand freight industry.
  • Proficiency in computer use; experience with CargoWise is preferred but not essential.
  • Clear and comprehensive communication skills via email and phone.
  • Excellent time management skills with the ability to organize tasks and make timely decisions.
  • Strong problem-solving capabilities and high attention to detail.

What’s in it for You:
Join a team that values your well-being and professional growth, offering market salary, work-life balance with flexible arrangements and opportunities for career development.  

  • Supportive and Dynamic Team Environment: Be part of a collaborative team.
  • Learning and Development: Access to courses for professional growth.
  • Flexible work arrangements, including 1-2 days WFH
  • Market-Competitive Salary

For more information or to reach out for a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Kennedy on 021 534 790 or

  • Flexible 1-2 days WFH
  • Market competitive salary
  • Supportive of career development and growth

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Accounts Payable Administrator

08 / 07 / 2024

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


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 / 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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Production Planner

08 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Manufacturing / Planning


About the Company:

Our client is a global leader in cutting-edge automation and robotics. Their mission is to boost productivity and quality for their clients while creating safer and more efficient work environments.

About the Role:

Reporting to the Operations Manager, our client is on the lookout for an enthusiastic and driven Production Planner to join their forward-thinking team.

As a key player in the Operations Team, you will craft short-term production plans/workshop schedules in the form of job packs for machine builds that seamlessly align with long-term forecasts. In conjunction with this, you will take responsibility for ensuring materials are always at the ready for production. Within this opportunity, you will also have the chance to guide and develop a direct report, who will support you primarily in inventory control and the materials planning area. 

Success in this role will see you drive the timely production of world-class automation and robotic machinery builds for customers across the globe. 

What might my background look like to be successful in this role?

  • Experience in production planning and MRP in a manufacturing environment
  • Lean experience and knowledge
  • Working knowledge of MRP/ERP systems
  • Knowledge of a range of manufacturing processes and techniques, particularly in a low-volume manufacturing environment
  • Excellent attention to detail and strong time-management skills
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively across all levels of the business
  • Confidence in reporting to and interacting with the executive team
  • Legally entitled to work in New Zealand

What’s in it for You?

  • Be part of a company at the forefront of mechanical engineering and robotics
  • Work in a new, modern facility equipped with the latest technology
  • A collaborative and inclusive work environment where your ideas matter
  • Engage in innovative projects that are transforming industries
  • Opportunities for career growth and advancement within the company


If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. For more information or a confidential discussion, please call Katherine Biggelaar on 021 225 4735 or email

  • Manage production planning and materials replenishment with 1 direct report
  • Work with a global leader in automation and robotics
  • Enjoy a modern facility and career growth opportunities

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Category Analyst

05 / 07 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Sales / Sales Analyst


About Glow Lab:

At Glow Lab, they believe body care should be both natural and effective. Their formulations are crafted from nature and enhanced with scientifically proven ingredients, ensuring their products deliver real results. They are proud to be a cruelty-free brand, developed here in Auckland New Zealand!

The Role:

Glow Lab are looking for a Category Analyst to join their team. Based in Saint Johns, with occasional travel to other sites, you will report to the General Manager of Sales and Marketing. Your primary responsibility will be analysing data to provide insights that support sales and marketing decision-making. This role involves identifying growth opportunities, optimising pricing and promotional strategies, and helping to deliver demand forecasts to enhance business performance through their promotional management system Cauself.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identify trends and opportunities for category improvement.
  • Provide actionable insights and recommendations to support the company strategy.
  • Develop and maintain KPIs for sales performance.
  • Assist Business Managers in preparing category reviews.
  • Assist with the Monthly Demand Review process, including Pre-Demand and Demand Review meetings.
  • Compare current forecasts to previous ones and budgets, identifying gaps and providing reporting tools.
  • Conduct promotional scenario planning, develop multiple forecasting scenarios, analyse results, and present findings.
  • Prepare and deliver regular sales reports to track performance and support business decisions.

Key Experience:

  • Experience performing in-depth category analysis using internal and external data sources (e.g., IRI, Quantium).
  • Experience with Power BI and Promotional Management business tools advantageous.
  • Able to analyse data to optimize pricing, promotional strategies, and shelf planning.
  • Has previously collaborated with the sales team to incorporate risks and assumptions into demand forecasts.
  • Has been in a similar position within FMCG in a Category/Trade Marketing Analyst capacity.

What’s in it for you?

  • Opportunity to work with a leading, innovative body care brand.
  • Privately owned NZ business with great culture.
  • Competitive salary and flexible working.

Get in touch with Bethany Taplin on 021 309 136 for a confidential discussion.

  • Leading NZ owned and operated FMCG business
  • Diverse Category role in a flexible work enviroment
  • St Johns, Auckland location

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Financial Controller

05 / 07 / 2024

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


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

  • 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


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

  • 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

Apply now