Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Accounting in Auckland"

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Overview of salaries statistics in the category "Accounting in Auckland"

9 600 $ Average monthly salary

Average salary in branch "Accounting" in the last 12 months in Auckland

Currency: NZD USD Year: 2020
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Audit Manager
Levitate Recruitment - Accountancy and Insolvency Recruitment Specialists, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowWe're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an exciting company.Recruiting, motivating, developing and coaching the audit team.Assist in the production of proposals and presentations for new work.Responsible for managing audit teams on various assignments, with line management responsibility for a group of staff, along with other managers.Manage key client relationships and expectations.Monitor budgets and agree fees for each engagement.Take part in networking events to build both yours and the companies name with potential clients.Be ACA or ACCA qualified through the ICAEW, ICAS or ICAIDemonstrate a thorough knowledge of current auditing techniques ideally within a firm of chartered or certified accountants.Have experience of IFRS reporting standardsExperience within the UK or IrelandPrevious experience of managing staff on audit engagementsStrong communication skillsPosition RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Audit Manager
SCI Recruitment, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowWe're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an exciting company.One of the key factors contributing to the firm's success has been their substantial investment in their people. The firm uses cutting edge technology, world-class systems and audit methodologies and offers industry-leading training and unlimited potential for career growth.Current team dynamics and increasing workflows have created an excellent opportunity for an articulate and well-rounded Audit Manager to join their team in Auckland. We are looking for a CA or CPA qualified individual with a minimum of 5-6 years current external audit experience within a reputable firm.Sound technical background in all aspects of external audit and previous team management experience are essential requirements for this role. Our ideal candidate will possess good business acumen and a proven track record with client relationship management, business development, training, people development and performance management.Your extensive audit experience and exposure to various industries to date have equipped you with an excellent ability to identify and highlight business issues and risk areas and recommend solutions to complex problems.You are a commercially savvy managerial professional and your clients trust you and turn to you for advice on a wide range of accounting and business issues. You are driven and are looking to take your career to the next level.Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Senior Finance Manager – Treasury Accounting
Job Description & How to Apply BelowLatest jobsSenior Finance Manager – Treasury AccountingPosted October 15, 2020 Work Type Permanent / Full Time Category Accounting / Financial Controller Location AucklandTeam leadership position in a large corporateProfessional development & career development opportunitiesAuckland CBD location - Flexible working promotedThe Business This FMCG giant is a market-leading organisation, viewed as the dominant player in its ever-expanding and evolving industry. With operations spanning the globe, the focus moving forward is on developing innovative ways to accelerate their growth whilst ensuring customers’ needs are continuously met.The Role Working as part of the group treasury control team, you will be responsible for providing leadership, governance and direction for Fonterra’s global finance activities. You will be directly responsible for overseeing the production of comprehensive reporting on the group’s foreign exchange, debt and commodity financial market transactions, to influence the strategic decision making of senior management.Key responsibilities will involve:Leading the production of performance reporting and statutory accounts for the group’s treasury & commodity risk management entitiesManagement and delivery of the group’s financial markets transactions Managing the production of the budget, business plans and monthly forecasts relating to the group’s net finance costs and foreign exchange movementsProviding expert advice to key stakeholders on the accounting treatment of financial markets transactionsLeading group treasury control projects with a focus on constant process improvementManaging the performance and development of two senior treasury accountantsTo be considered for this position you will have strong technical accounting knowledge with experience in accounting for financial instruments either for a corporate, a bank or through consulting or audit experience. Ideally, you will also have a strong background in driving the production of management or financial reporting within a large, complex corporate or within a big 4 CA firm. You will also need to be confident in building business relationships both internally and externally and be able to influence with ease.What’s in it for you This is an opportunity to get your foot in the door with one of NZ’s largest and most reputable FMCG businesses. They have a proven track record of developing and promoting their top performers across the business to ensure professional development and career progression is always front and centre. To be considered for this position, submit your CV by following the link below. For a confidential discussion please call  Chris Cooper  on  021 197 4491 or  email (Please contact us using the "Apply for this Job Posting" box below)Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Accounts & Payroll Graduate
Crimson Education, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowWant to take charge of the Payroll function in a global Edutech company with offices in 26 locations across the globe? Want to be a part of a high performing innovative People and Finance Team wanting to push the boundaries on what we can deliver? Want an interesting role with lots of room to grow and learn? We are looking for a diligent and driven team member with a curiosity and passion for the Payroll function.The role of the Payroll & Systems Coordinator is responsible for the seamless execution of processing employees pay and helping to build the infrastructure of a company in a high growth period. This role doesn't necessarily require Payroll experience, but a strong system and process improvement lens is key.You'll look manage four Payroll runs (New Zealand, Australia, United States and Singapore) and overseas third party contractors in global locations around the world.We're offering a Part-time or Full-time position, with flexibility in location and working remote options.You may be the person we’re looking for if:You’re an energetic person who can get out there to plan and execute your own initiativesYou're commercial and data-driven with a keen eye for quality in a fast-paced environmentHave a high learning agilityAre able to maintain multiple projects at once and maintain strong relationshipsYou’re experienced and confident using ExcelIdeal but not essential experience:Graduate in Finance / Accounting / Law / HRPayroll or Accounting systems (not essential)We are looking for someone that is passionate and will hustle to achieve excellent resultsWhat this role is responsible for:Lead the Payroll function with a strong lens for innovation, opportunities and proactive process improvementManage and coordinate timekeeping and Payroll systems globallyOversee the processing of Payroll changes (e.g. new hires, terminations, role changes) and system upgradesSupporting and advising Crimson People Leaders with day to day people queriesProviding project management support for Crimson’s People Team programsResolve Payroll issues and answer Payroll-related questions within appropriate timeframesEnsure compliance with local laws in each region and work closely with Payroll/accounts officers in each regionComplete internal audits every three to six months to ensure Payroll and HRIS data is consistent and correct and liaise with external auditors with support from the Finance teamMaintain accurate records and prepare Payroll reports to support the wider organisationWe are looking for someone to join who has a high learning agility, tech-savvy and the ability to self-develop while enjoying work in a fast pace environment. A life-long learner, who is always curious and open to new things. Our team is diverse and we want to add someone that is passionate for high growth companies and building a strong culture but can add their own stamp. All of our roles have a strong customer service orientation, highly-organised with the ability to follow through on projects with minimal supervision and the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders across time zones.Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Assistant Accountant Temp
Consult Recruitment Specialist, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowAbout the companyMy client is a well-known household brand in NZ. Due to a recent resignation, they are looking for an addition to the team on a 4-month temporary basis with the potential to go permanently. About the roleYou day to day responsibilities include,End to end A/P and A/R processingMonth-end close: journal processing, balance sheet reconciliation and accruals Daily cash flow management and forecastingAssist in ad-hoc projects: data cleansing and process streamliningAbout youYou need to be an experienced Assistant Accountant who is capable of doing the month-end activities independently with minimum assistance but also being hands-on to cover the transactional tasks. You need to be an excellent communicator with efficient time management and organizational skills to be able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines. Experience with MYOB Exo and foreign currencies processing would be advantageous. If it sounds like you, please apply or contact Vicky at 0225868118/(Please contact us using the "Apply for this Job Posting" box below) to get more detail.4 month temporary role with a potential to go permanentlyCity locationWork with a dynamic and high-performing teamPosition RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Part Time Night Auditor
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowHotel Grand Chancellor Auckland City is part of the Grand Hotels International group with hotels located throughout New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and Singapore. Grand Hotels International is known for quality accommodation, exceptional service and convenient locations.This role is for 2 shifts per week (approximately 16-20 hours) covering the Night Manager’s rostered days off. The hours are predominantly between 11.00pm and 7.30am, however some flexibility is required. As a Night Auditor you will ensure the smooth running of the Front Office Department and will engage with a wide variety of guests from around the world.The successful applicant will have:Previous Front Office experience (12 months preferred)A first aid and General Manager’s certificateThe role involves basic accounting and data entry, therefore computer literacy is a mustExcellent verbal and written communication skills are requiredPassion for the hotel industryTo apply, please click on the appropriate link below.Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Safety Auditor & Investigator
Airwork Holdings Ltd, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowKey Duties:Ensure all areas of regulatory compliance are audited across the Helicopter Division in accordance with audit plansUsing the Airwork investigation philosophy, and working with the just culture framework, create and produce reports in a timely mannerProvide guidance and coaching to managers to ensure that audit and investigation findings are addressed, and lessons learned are embedded back in the businessReview the effectiveness of safety audits, suggest and implement improvements as requiredActively Champion a positive Airwork safety cultureOverview:About the Role:Airwork (NZ) Ltd is one of the most progressive and diverse helicopter maintenance and support company’s globally. Operating from our main facility at Ardmore, Auckland we provide line, field and major maintenance support, dynamic component overhaul, turbine repair and overhaul and design and manufacturing to our customers and operators world wide. Airwork (NZ) has a certified Safety Management System implemented and accepted by the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority.At Airwork (NZ) safety is how we do business. In the Safety Team we help coach the business to drive and enable safety change. The growth and sustainability of a good safety culture is at the heart of what we do. In your role as Safety Auditor & Investigator you will be tasked with connecting with people and raising the awareness of safety, as we believe safety can only be done by walking the floor and connecting with people. Other duties also include ensuring compliance with safety regulatory rules and standards.You must:Be qualified aircraft maintenance engineer, or a significant engineering backgroundHave excellent interpersonal skills, able to work closely with internal and external stakeholders to provide clear and objective advice, and both make and assist with decisions about safety issuesBe able to take a systems thinking approach, combined with an ability to think critically and solve problemsDemonstrate an inquisitive, professional and rigorous approach to problem solving and risk identificationHave excellent time management and task organisational skills, with the ability to cope under pressureWhen dealing with people have a pragmatic and proactive approach, via coaching and influencing staff along the safety journeyTo succeed in this role, you will have/be:A qualified aircraft maintenance engineer, or a significant engineering backgroundPrevious experience as an auditor and/or investigatorExcellent written skills; with the proven ability to write and present high-quality professional audit / investigation reportsAbility to work with confidential information and to exercise the highest degree of discretionAble to set high standards for own performance, demonstrate enthusiasm for the job and take responsibility for successfully completing tasksProactively identifies, recommends and supports operational improvements of processes and toolsQualified to undertake safety audits and investigationsKnowledge of the NZ CAA/EASA rules and requirementsKnowledge of Health and Safety at Work Act and requirementsYou must:Have excellent interpersonal skills, able to work closely with internal and external stakeholders to provide clear and objective advice, and both make and assist with decisions about safety issuesBe able to take a systems thinking approach, combined with an ability to think critically and solve problemsDemonstrate an inquisitive, professional and rigorous approach to problem solving and risk identificationHave excellent time management and task organisational skills, with the ability to cope under pressureWhen dealing with people have a pragmatic and proactive approach, via coaching and influencing staff along the safety journeyWhat we can offer you:Work with a great team that are passionate about what they doProgressive, rapidly growing companyOpportunity to be part of the exciting aviation industryCompetitive RemunerationOpportunities for travel as requiredDon't hesitate! If this sounds like you, complete the form below with your cover letter and CV. Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Senior Financial Analyst
OCG, Auckland
Auckland Central LocationTop FMCG OrganisationBring your experience and personality!Are you a seasoned group consolidator? Love process improvement? Want to make your mark on a company by streamlining reporting across the greater business? Our client is looking for a CA qualified contractor to join their fantastic FMCG organisation. Working with the senior finance leadership team, you will be assisting business units to centralise their finance function and get them back in line with the rest of the group. You'll need transformation experience as you'll be helping with the transition of those units to a new ERP, ensuring minimal disruption and a successful changeover. Ideally, you'll have hospitality industry experience - working across a company's wider group with consolidations or be well versed in the world of FMCG. What you must have is a strong commercial focus and sound knowledge of the reporting cycle. It goes without saying that you must have strong technical accounting skills, excellent business partnering/stakeholder engagement and extensive group consolidation experience. This is a 6 month contract starting early November. Interested? Please apply today. If you are already registered with OCG Consulting, please get in touch with Melanie to update your details -
Accounts Administrator
Ivoclar Vivadent, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowBased out of our offices in Rosedale, this is an opportunity for a pro-active and energetic individual to join a strong culture and market-leading organisation. This is a busy and challenging role that requires the ability to multi-task, confidently communicate with multiple stakeholders internally and externally. The role will focus around Accounts Payable and will have other administrative responsibilities.Location: Auckland, New ZealandYour responsibilitiesProcessing, coding and matching of local and overseas supplier invoicesPreparation of weekly and monthly local and overseas supplier payment runsCreditor master data maintenancePetty cash and credit card reconciliationsBackup PayrollBackup Accounts ReceivableAdministration support to the Head of Finance and Finance ManagerYour qualificationsYou must have experience in the above duties and at least 3 years' experience in a sole charge Accounts Payable role.You will have a track record of working within a multi-national environment and have experience in process improvement; potentially having been part of a system implementation.You will have excellent attention to detail and strong data entry skills.Solid communication skills and the ability to work both independently as well as part of a team is essential.Experience with Concur highly regarded.Prior experience with SAP is required.Join us on our journey to shape the future of dentistryIvoclar Vivadent is one of the world's leading dental companies with approximately 3500 employees globally. We love innovation and we thrive on it. We are known for our long-standing experience and high quality. We are guided by our strong values and the company culture of a sustainably operated family-owned business with a long-term vision.Our mission is making people smileIn order to achieve this goal, we are looking for people with good ideas, courage and exceptional drive: focused minds who share our passion. We offer a multifaceted work environment which is characterized by mutual respect and close collaboration. We translate words into action and continue to evolve. Become part of our team today.If you believe you have the necessary skills for this position, we would like to hear from you by sending your resume and covering letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.We look forward to receiving your online application!Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
Part Time Accounts Administrator
Consult Recruitment Specialist, Auckland
Job Description & How to Apply BelowA Little Bit About The Company Our client is a charitable not-for-profit organisation, based at Middlemore Hospital that facilitates clinical trials. These trials give the medical specialists and Counties Manukau patients greater access to better, innovative medicines and new medical devices.So, who are you? A self-motivated accounts administrator, who is tech savvy and hungry to grow professionally. Our client is looking for someone with a great attitude who is happy to start in a part time capacity and hopefully grow the position into a full time role. Top 3 attributes they are looking for are:Attention to detail/keen eye for accuracyCommunicative and collaborativeAnalytical and lateral thinkerStrong communication skills are a must along with being a team player as you will be working in a tight-knit team and across the business. Lastly, due to the nature of the organisation, you will have the ability to multi-task and manage your time and workload effectively. Some More Information About The Role The Accounts Clerk works closely with the Accountant and Finance Manager to provide timely and accurate accounting and processing support to achieve company objectives. The Accounts Clerk will be responsible for bank reconciliations, and accounts payable and accounts receivable functions.Responsibilities include:Accounts Receivable Generate & prepare invoices Investigate and resolve irregularities Prepare month-end aged debtors reportAccounts Payable Receive and code vendor invoices Data Entry Reconcile supplier accounts Prepare supplier payment reportsBank ReconciliationsPlease note this role is only suitable for someone with permanent residency or NZ citizenship. Please apply, or if you require a confidential chat feel free to email Vicky on (Please contact us using the "Apply for this Job Posting" box below)Part Time - 24 hours per weekGreat opportunity for a recent GraduateWant the opportunity to prove yourself in a world class organisation?Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience