Vacancy: Accounts & Financial Control Assistant


NZ Louvres are on the hunt for a commercially savvy individual to join our client’s team as an Accounts & Financial Control Assistant. Reporting through to the CFO, you’ll be responsible for a range of tasks within the accounts and administration team.

Key responsibilities of the role include:

  • Managing accounts receivable & payable functions
  • Processing bank account reconciliations
  • Analysing financial information
  • Project & management reporting
  • Handling client & supplier queries and requests

Is it right for you?

We are seeking highly motivated candidates who thrive on working with numbers and are systems-focused. You will be forward-thinking and continuously looking for opportunities to improve processes and add value.

You will have a working knowledge of accounts and related administration team functions. Perhaps you’re in a similar role, looking for a change or maybe you’re ready to make that next career move.

You will bring a range of technical competencies to the role including Excel and analytical skills as well as the ability to interpret data. An accounting background would be advantageous, but the role could also suit a seasoned, skilled accounts administrator. You need to have great communication skills and a “does-do” approach. Attention to detail and accuracy are essential.

This role will suit someone with a proactive mind-set and comfortable in managing a changing workload throughout the month.

Next steps

Candidates with relevant experience are preferred. If you are looking for a great role with a great company and the chance to work with some great people, this may be the role for you.

Please apply online now through this link or call the team at People in Mind on 07 823 3250 to have a confidential chat.

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