Credit Manager

03 / 07 / 2024

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


The Company

This NZX and ASX listed group of companies are the largest and most diversified Australasian marketer, wholesaler, and distributor of healthcare, medical, and pharmaceutical products. They’re also a leading marketer and distributor of recognized consumer products and animal care brands.

The Opportunity

As Credit Manager, you will oversee the credit policies and procedures for 3 key business units, managing a team of 6-7 Accounts Receivable professionals. You will be responsible for developing strategies to manage credit risk, enhance collections, and ensure the financial stability of the business. Your role will involve working closely with various business units to support overall objectives and building strong relationships with customers to ensure timely payments. You will also assist the Financial Controller in reporting and managing the collective accounting function.

About You

Ideally, you will have at least seven years of experience in credit control or credit management within a corporate setting, along with a relevant qualification in finance or business. You will possess excellent communication and leadership skills, exhibit professional conduct, and maintain a positive attitude. You should demonstrate flexibility in adapting to changing environments and work well under pressure. Proficiency in financial software, especially SAP, along with strong skills in the Microsoft Office suite is essential. You should have a proven ability to negotiate successfully, manage third-party agency collections, and possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills. A growth mindset, a willingness to improve processes, and a strong work ethic are also key attributes.

Work Environment

This is a fantastic opportunity to work within a company where you are truly valued and recognised for your hard work, that is committed to celebrating diversity and inclusion, and that offers great company benefits – including discounted health insurance and a well-being program. This company offers a great hybrid policy, fostering a strong work/life balance within the team.

If this role is of interest, please APPLY NOW with a copy of your CV or contact Morgan Schuler from Hunter Campbell at 0275792286 // morgans@huntercampbell to discuss the role further.

  • Join a dynamic NZX & ASX listed company
  • Great flexibility / WFH balance on offer
  • Develop and improve processes and implement strategies for success

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Quality Engineer

02 / 07 / 2024

  • Bay of Plenty
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Engineering / Engineering - Other


About the company:
An established NZ company who have found success in their field by providing automation technologies across primary industries. They have an impressive product range and are recognised for their superior service, innovation and high standards. As they continue to grow rapidly they are now looking to establish quality as a function within the business.

About the role:

The Quality Assurance Engineer is a newly created role that will report to the COO, and be responsible for assessing, maintaining and improving the quality of their products. You’ll support the development of QA and QC processes that will underpin the business going forward. To support your assimilation into the business you’ll have experience to call upon within QA/QC from an industrial machinery, manufacturing or automotive sector  

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development of Quality Assurance and Quality Control as a function.
  • Project leadership, co-ordination and support.
  • Lift the overall focus on quality across all teams.
  • Maintain relevant relationships across the business.

Key Experience:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical/Mechatronics)
  • Strong understanding 
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
  • Planning and organising to ensure all details are covering and nothing overlooked
  • Project management experience.

What’s in it for you?
This is a chance to be a part of a company that is providing cutting edge technology into the primary industry. You will be joining a passionate team who believe in their products and live at the forefront of research and development. 
Apply below now or contact John Boyle on 021 73 75 76 or for a confidential chat.

  • Develop the QA and QC process and procedures.
  • Lead the upskilling of the teams to focus on quality.
  • Familiar with assembly manufacturing

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Commercial Finance Manager

01 / 07 / 2024

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


About the Company:
Orbit World Travel is New Zealand’s largest owned and operated corporate travel management company. We manage travel for over 1,000 clients across New Zealand in both the public and private sectors. Our vision is to be the travel management company of choice for businesses through building partnerships and delivering sustainable, innovative, and future-focused travel and event management solutions.
The Opportunity:
Reporting to the Managing Director, you will be tasked with providing financial and commercial decision support to the leadership team as well as responsibility for the finance fundamentals of the business. The role remit will include collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to improve financial performance and ensure compliance across the business.
The business is going through significant change as it positions itself for profitable growth. Your role will be central to driving key deliverables including the important area of margin growth. The role works collaboratively with the finance function of the House of Travel Group and will be supported by a comprehensive shared service solution. Your key responsibilities will include;

  • Preparing & reviewing management reports & present to the leadership team
  • Responsibility for financial compliance
  • Develop financial models for cost saving initiatives, as well as for the budgets & forecasts
  • Ownership of customer pricing & identifying income enhancement opportunities
  • Partner with sales with financial targets monitoring and budget analysis
  • Assist in the development of long-term strategic plans.
  • Drive improvement in business performance through process and commercial insights
  • Enhanced business reporting through PowerBI
  • Manage & mentor 2 direct reports. Encourage innovation in identifying areas for improvement and commercial insights

About You:
You will ideally be a CA-qualified Accountant with a diverse set of skills across financial planning and analysis. It’s essential that you have gained exposure to the commercial sector in a fast-paced organisation, with a background in tourism or similar  will be highly advantageous. 

You will have a strong business sense ensuring you can communicate effectively with stakeholders, and you naturally look for ways to create efficiency in your work. If you are a ‘big picture’ finance business partner who gains satisfaction from enabling your stakeholders to understand the numbers, then apply now.

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 Josie Clarke on 027 773 4733 or email

  • Auckland central location in brand new offices.
  • Competitive salary package aswell as travel related benefits
  • Great development opportunities within a collaborative environment

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Chief Operating Officer

27 / 06 / 2024

  • Auckland
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Management / Transport / Logistics / Drivers


The company
You will join a leading 3PL provider highly regarded for delivering world-class solutions to the New Zealand market. They are highly regarded for their innovation, the solutions and services they offer, and are on a growth trajectory.

As a result, they are seeing significant growth in their customer base, turnover, and profit base. Their greatest strength is their team – energetic, innovative people of all experience and levels that make it a great place to work.

The business continues to experience significant growth and with that, a new opportunity has presented itself for a COO to join the business and play a critical role in supporting the CEO, leading a team, and executing support operational strategy to support growth objectives.
The opportunity
You will report to the CEO and lead, strategise, and execute the operation strategy to deliver growth objectives, profit targets, customer service requirements, and the health and safety framework, whilst optimising employee engagement. The business is investing in continuous improvement with automation at the forefront of this change. This presents a very exciting opportunity for the COO to drive this change across the operations team.
You will lead, develop, and enable high-performance 3PL operations, to achieve continuous performance improvement, in relation to:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • People management
  • Health & Safety
  • Quality
  • Cost leadership
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Social responsibility
  • Sustainability
  • Organisational & people development

While the role is a C-level leadership role, you will need to have a hands-on mindset and will have an in-depth knowledge of and experience in leading 3PL warehousing, logistics and supply chain to appropriately align the business in the third-party logistics market and support the CEO in driving ongoing growth, enablement of technology and the ongoing success of the business. You will be passionate about people with the ability to build on the positive culture and continue to build employee engagement and deliver best-in-class coaching, development and career succession plans.

The role is responsible for the successful execution and development/improvement of day-to-day operations across all national operations, including the engagement and management of all team members, control of P&Ls, inventory, and other resources and ensuring compliance with any relevant legal requirements.
What’s in it for you?
This position is an exceptional opportunity with significant scope and responsibility. To be successful you will need to possess demonstrable experience in leading a significant 3PL operation, and can talk to your commercial, operational, health & safety and leadership achievements. You will work closely with the CEO and will be involved with a wide range of challenges and the opportunity to play a key role in the continued innovation, growth and success of the business. As the business grows you can expect future opportunities for career growth and development.

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 contact Nick McConnochie on 021 197 9121 or or Wayne Fry on 021 656 502 or



  • Newly-created position
  • Leadership role executing operational strategy
  • C-level role with future career progression & development

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