We’re always on the hunt for amazing talent! This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced intermediate accountant to join our team.
The Role in a nutshell…
This position, primarily requires full ownership of the day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping on Xero. It also focuses on supporting the directors to ensure sound commercial decision making, and ensuring all financial records are kept up to date. You will play a vital role in providing critical analysis, combined with recommendations and solutions to assist with business decisions.
• 20-25hrs per week
• Full ownership of the day-to-day bookkeeping on Xero
• Accounts payable and receivable
• Payroll management
• General Office administration
• Administration for to the CEO
Skill and Experience:
• Experience in Xero
• Minimum of 3 years in a similar role (accounts, finance, admin), in a small to medium sized accounting business
• Advanced computer literacy skills and accuracy including MS Office – Advanced Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook, G-Suite
• Excellent time management skills, deadline oriented and mature approach to work
• Have a positive, energetic and friendly can-do attitude, willing to pitch in when and wherever needed
• Reliable, detailed and process orientated
• Display strategic thinking and strong business acumen
• Able to work independently
• Natural multitasker, dealing with any situation in a timely manner and meeting deadlines
• Win Together
• Bring Your Hustle
• Think Solutions
• Be The Expert
• Choose Positive
This is not an entry level position. We are looking for an experienced candidate with a number of years New Zealand experience working in a similar business.
A little on us...
We believe the future of influencer marketing centres around authenticity, consistency & transparency.
At the heart of our business is our internal technology, providing our team and clients with an efficient and effective way of managing campaigns. Our platform covers everything from brand and influencer matching, briefing, negotiations and content sign off to payment and campaign reporting. We’re the complete package.
Much of the inspiration for The Social Club came from our own experience from around the globe within the industry. Coming from a marketing and digital backgrounds, we’d all worked extensively with both influencers and brands. We’d seen just how successful these collaborations could be, but we’d also noticed just how much could be done to make influencer marketing campaigns more efficient, effective and meaningful.
A lot of great stuff was happening, but we recognised that the process just wasn’t quite right. There was a persistent focus on large-scale influencers, with marketers forgetting about the reach and connection that smaller, more localised influencers could harvest. So, over a beer, the seeds of The Social Club were planted… and now here we are.
Totally ... possibly the worst branding I've seen for quite a while. Isn't a brand supposed to be memorable and meaningful?
Basically it means creative agency merges with digital media agency ... and these guys are supposed to be gurus in communication lol
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
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