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Senior Auditor or Assistant Audit Manager roles

Audit New Zealand carries out annual audits of public entities on behalf of the Auditor-General. We’re looking for CA-qualified people with external audit experience who are committed to delivering the highest quality audit services to a range of clients.

As a Senior Auditor we would expect you to have at least three years’ financial auditing experience, and close to completing your CA, while as an Assistant Manager you would generally have at least two years’ experience after achieving your CA qualification. In both positions you lead our audit teams on a variety of audits across both the for profit and the public benefit sectors. As an Assistant Manager you would work with our larger and more complex clients and have a greater leadership role in the local office.

In both roles, you’ll be working with:

  • a variety (size and sectors) of public entities;
  • our Audit Managers, Audit Directors, and other specialist staff; and
  • colleagues who are well-trained and passionate about what they do.

If you join us, you’ll get the variety and challenge of working with different entities and opportunities to travel. You’ll find that we invest heavily in your professional development and that we offer optional leadership development activities for you to consider. You can count on us to help enhance your talents and skills and to foster your professional growth.

For more information, please contact our recruitment advisor, Sandy Hoggarth, on 04 917 1500 or recruitment@auditnz.parliament.nz.

To apply, please click on your preferred location to go through to jobs.govt.nz (you'll find the position descriptions there, too).

Dunedin | Christchurch | Wellington | Palmerston North | Hamilton | Tauranga  | Auckland | 

Due to the current border restrictions, applicants who are currently outside of New Zealand, cannot be considered unless you have Australian/New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

Senior Advisor, People

The Office of the Auditor-General | Te Mana Arotake(the Office) is focused on significantly enhancing its influence and impact on the public sector to deliver better results for Aotearoa New Zealand. The Office is dedicated to making a difference to the lives of New Zealanders. Over the next few years, we’re expecting to deliver more outputs, and we want our work to have greater impact in the future.

We have an exciting opportunity for a fixed-term role through to November 2022 in our People and Capability team. Do you thrive on working in partnership with senior leaders? Do you enjoy coaching and supporting colleagues? Is supporting the delivery of strategic capability and culture initiatives something that motivates you? If you answered “Yes”, then this could be the role for you!

We’re looking for an experienced, trusted, and credible HR practitioner who can actively partner with our Business Groups to ensure that their people have the capabilities and experience to deliver the Office’s goals and strategies. We’re interested in how you and your experience will add to our People and Capability team.

Some of the aspects to be successful in this role include:

  • significant experience in applying Human Resource methodologies, tools, and techniques;
  • proven experience in managing complex employee relations issues;
  • advanced ability to build and maintain strong and influential relationships;
  • demonstrated experience in facilitating groups and leading projects and initiatives;
  • a high level of resilience; and
  • a great sense of humour!

We offer our staff:

  • Learning and development opportunities.
  • We support flexible working.
  • Health and well-being benefits.

As an organisation people matter to us, our independence is critical, we act with integrity, and we’re here to make a difference.

We have a diverse and inclusive team that helps us to understand the issues facing the public sector and how these affect the lives of New Zealanders. We strongly welcome applicants from all backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to tell us when you apply so that we can assist you through the recruitment process.

For more information, please contact Sandy Hoggarth on 04 917 1500 or recruitment@oag.parliament.nz.

You must apply online through jobs.govt.nz (you'll find the application form and position description there, too).

Applications close Monday 2 August 2021.

Communications Advisor – Intermediate (nine-month fixed-term position)

Audit New Zealand | Mana Arotake Aotearoa is a leading provider of audit and assurance services to the public sector. It aims to improve trust and promote value in the public sector.

Audit New Zealand’s communications team is looking for a Communications Advisor – Intermediate. This is a nine-month, fixed-term position covering parental leave. You’ll be supporting the Principal Advisor, Communications and Engagement.

No two days are the same in this role for someone with great people skills, writing and editing experience, and the ability to create content for multiple channels. This is a great opportunity to make a difference through your work.

You’ll enjoy telling stories using photographs and video, have some experience thinking strategically, and enjoy supporting events. You’ll bring great editorial judgement and a focus on finding great solutions alongside the ability to assess risk or opportunity for business-as-usual and project work.

Responsibilities include:

  • co-ordinating, commissioning, writing, and editing articles for our monthly internal magazine;
  • providing communications support for projects where needed;
  • producing written content, photographs, and videos for our digital and traditional platforms;
  • taking photographs of staff, filming events, and maintaining a library of images;
  • helping co-ordinate events; and
  • co-ordinating design work and liaising with our designer.

You’ll have:

  • a relevant qualification and at least three years’ experience in a communications role, preferably in the public sector;
  • some experience providing communications in project-based or account management roles;
  • excellent ability to build strong relationships across teams;
  • the ability to think strategically to get the right information to the right audience through the right channel;
  • the ability to write for a variety of purposes, from promotions to more sensitive topics;
  • great judgement when editing other people’s work, including good attention to detail;
  • good photography and filming skills;
  • experience with Adobe InDesign and a good eye for good design is a strong advantage; and
  • a high level of literacy in Microsoft Office.

This busy, hands-on role requires someone who is comfortable working with senior management, can build networks across the organisation, and can prioritise effectively. The successful candidate will support events and be available to travel if needed.

As an organisation people matter to us, our independence is critical, we act with integrity, and we’re here to make a difference.

We have a diverse and inclusive team that helps us to understand the issues facing the public sector and how these affect the lives of New Zealanders. We strongly welcome applicants from all backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to tell us when you apply so that we can assist you through the recruitment process.

For more information, please contact Sandy Hoggarth on 04 917 1500 or recruitment@auditnz.parliament.nz .

You must apply online through jobs.govt.nz (you'll find the application form and position description there, too).

Applications close Thursday 5 August 2021.

Apply now, as this advert may close early if we find what we are looking for.

What we stand for

People matter | Our independence is critical | We act with integrity and courage | We’re here to make a difference

Due to the current border restrictions, applicants who are currently outside of New Zealand, cannot be considered unless you have New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency. 

Page last updated: 26 July 2021