Hours: Full time
Business Group: Taumata Arowai
Salary: $114,000 – $155,000
Taumata Arowai the Water Services Regulator
Exciting green fields opportunity to contribute to leading a new water services regulator for Aotearoa New Zealand.
As part of the Government s Three Waters Reform Programme, a new Crown entity has been established which will regulate drinking water supplies to ensure all our drinking water is safe and monitor our waste and stormwater networks. Currently, the establishment of this entity is sitting within the Department of Internal Affairs.
One of our first steps is to create our Corporate Team, led by our recently appointed Head of Corporate. As Finance Manager, you will lead our finance, procurement and facilities management functions which will support Taumata Arowai to deliver its mandate as a regulator. Managing a small enabling team, you will need to be both strategic and pragmatic as you get your team up and running. Innovation and creativity are key drivers in the way we will work our size requires us to be smart and agile.
While much of the establishment design and build work has been completed to ensure we have the capability to perform as the regulator from 1 July 2021, we need our Finance Manager to implement our new financial systems and processes and build a small team of financial specialists to support our regulatory team to deliver.
We are looking for someone who is keen to take a step up in their management career to be part of a corporate leadership team leading and driving the strategic direction of a new organisation in a time of significant change within the infrastructure and water sectors. You will need be a Chartered Account with at least five years experience post qualification and understand the financial planning process in the State sector. Experience providing strategic financial advice to leadership teams and working within a Crown entity environment are critical accountabilities. Your ability to work with complexity and ambiguity, to be innovative and think on your feet and know how to build and nurture a team will be critical skills.
Upon commencement as a Crown entity, your employment will transfer from the Department of Internal Affairs to Taumata Arowai.
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Applications close: 5pm, Tuesday 9 February 2021
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