(Ref SC9175) South Auckland area - Newly registered role available through SCI in Auckland – Growing company with room to grow..
Our client is a mid-size company that is a market leader in their industry. The company is well-established, has strong values and takes pride in the quality of their products.
Sustained growth and current team dynamics have created the opportunity for a well-rounded assistant accountant this fast-growing organisation.
This is a newly created multi-faceted, hands-on role working closely alongside the Business Manager, providing him with daily accounting and admin support.
The role’s key focus is on:
In this role you will have strong focus on accounts payable, accounts receivable and periodic financial analysis.
Some of the main duties and responsibilities as outlined by our client include:
We are looking for a competent Assistant Accountant with good technical grounding, experience and working knowledge of P&L, Balance Sheet, reconciliations and good understanding how journal entries work.
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills and ability to work autonomously and proactively, as part of a close-knit team, are essential requirements for this role.
Well-rounded systems skills and good working knowledge of Excel complete our list of must-haves for this new and exclusive role.
SCI has appointed the Business Manager at the company and now we are looking to recruit the Assistant Manager who will work closely with him. We are in the process of selecting candidate for our short list for this role. Therefore, your prompt response would be essential, if you would like to be considered for this role.
Written position description is available through SCI and will be provided to all short-listed candidates.
To register your interest and find out more, please contact Steve Ignatov on (09) 962 5687 / 021 286 1114 or email your CV in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number sc9175. Alternatively, you can apply online.
SCI Recruitment NZ
Accounting & Finance Specialists