Finance Manager

Listed 22 days Ago
Fertility Associates

About Fertility Associates

Here at Fertility Associates patients receive the latest options from top clinicians committed to providing the very best care through our network of clinics across Aotearoa New Zealand, for both private and publicly-funded treatment.

Throughout our 36 years, we have brought over 28,000 babies into the world with our commitment to delivering quality solutions, strong customer ethos, and excellent patient outcomes. Our team culture encourages collaboration and support, with all team members working towards common goals.

Our values of Care | Tiaki, Responsiveness | Te Whakautu, and Excellence | Kairangi are the starting point for all of our actions as we aspire to provide the best care for patients of all backgrounds, and to be an inclusive and equitable workplace for all.

Why choose Fertility Associates?

A fertility journey is a significant experience for patients, often something they will always remember. Our staff make a difference in the lives of others through caring, kindness and empathy, helping them towards becoming parents. Influencing that patient experience is what makes our jobs rewarding.

If that sound like something you’d like to do, get in touch. Join us! 

We offer 5 weeks annual leave (including a two-week period over Christmas), along with free car parking, a discretionary bonus scheme of up to 10% of salary, and an extra day off for your birthday!  Importantly, we genuinely care about the wellbeing of our people.

The Role

In this role you will lead and mentor a small finance team and provide management and financial reporting.  Reporting to the CFO, you will be a critical connection between finance and the wider business.  

This role is for more than someone good with numbers and spreadsheets; we're looking for a people-person, who can build positive relationships, explain complex data in layman's terms, and build an effective and happy team to best support the business. 

This is a permanent, full time role (40 hours per week), with an annual base salary of $150,000+.  

Key responsibilities 

  • Lead a small finance team to strive for maximum effectiveness and high employee engagement
  • Provide management and financial reporting
  • Be the critical connection between the CFO and the wider business
  • Be the lead for all regulatory, tax and statutory reporting
  • Work with others in the business to develop forecasting systems, business plans, and cost improvement initiatives
  • Support our effort towards the pursuit of Māori health gains, health equity and tikanga

Ideal candidate, skills and experience

  • CA qualification and current member of NZICA
  • Bachelor’s Degree or MBA in the field of Accounting and Finance desirable 
  • Minimum 3 years' experience in a similar role
  • Proven success in leading an engaged team 
  • Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office tools and advanced Microsoft Excel skills
  • Experience with Group consolidations and the development of Financial models.
  • A good communicator, reliable and trustworthy
  • Able to foster positive relationships with stakeholders of all levels
  • Can tactfully approach and seek to resolve difficult or complex challenges

If you’d like to influence the patient experience, where people often become parents, please get in touch.

Due to the fact we treat vulnerable patients who are high risk for COVID-19 (pregnant women and their babies, and people undertaking cancer treatment) we continue to require all our employees have up-to date COVID vaccinations.

We value the breadth of knowledge and experience a diverse workforce brings to our organisation and strive to be an inclusive team where everyone feels welcome and appreciated.  We encourage applicants from all backgrounds, age, sexual orientation, ability, and religion to apply.

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