Greenstone TV Limited is a successful independent television production company, making some of New Zealand’s favourite TV shows for over 20 years.
Based out of a lively office in Mt Eden, we are looking for a permanent, part-time Finance Manager to join our team in a role that is both hands on and with a strategic focus. Work hours (approximately 30 hours per week) and the start date are flexible.
Reporting to the CEO locally and the CFO of our parent company, you will be responsible for:
• Managing a small finance team
• Producing monthly financial management accounts
• Balance sheet reconciliations
• KPI analysis
• Overseeing cash management and banking functions
• Budgeting and cashflow forecasting
• Working with production teams on budgeting and reporting
• Tracking international programme sales and accounting to stakeholders
• Hands on assistance in all areas including cover for payroll, AR and AP
• Overseeing all tax and regulatory/compliance matters in conjunction with the Group CFO and local external advisors
• NZ On Air, NZ Film Commission and Broadcaster funding and reporting requirements
• Dynamic and flexible
• Self-starter with good time management
• Personable team player
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Attention to detail
• Strong Excel skills
• Not precious about hands on accounting
• Qualified member of CAANZ with at least 5 years post qualifying experience
• NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa
Screen production industry and Moneyworks accounting software experience an advantage.
If you have the skills and experience to work successfully in this role please forward a covering letter and up-to-date copy of your CV to email@example.com with Finance Manager in the Subject line.
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