Are you keen to utilise your expertise to improve the economic wellbeing of New Zealanders?
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is New Zealand’s central bank. Our vision is to be a great team and the best central bank. We operate with passion, integrity, innovation and inclusiveness. Our main objective is to promote a sound and dynamic monetary and financial system and to ultimately raise New Zealand’s economic wellbeing.
In this role you will ensure there is sufficient liquidity within the banking system, give effect to the bank’s monetary policy position and ensure we have the right quantum and quality of foreign reserves to support the kiwi dollar if required.
You will be passionate about financial markets, able to demonstrate a competent understanding of foreign exchange instruments and have sound judgement from your experience in the financial sector. You will need to have strong professional experience in finance related disciplines ideally complemented with a relevant academic qualification. Your excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships will set you up for success in this role.
We are a fast moving organisation which is growing and innovating to make a bigger impact on the country. We’re offering a supportive and flexible work environment where you’ll be encouraged to collaborate, use your initiative and forge strong relationships with a number of stakeholders that will see you make a tangible impact on the financial markets sector.
Our work has a big impact on the lives of all New Zealanders, and we carry that responsibility with pride. If you’d like to join a team of professionals who are passionate about the prosperity and wellbeing of New Zealanders, and contribute to a sustainable and productive economy, we would love to hear from you.
To find out more please review the position description and for specific queries, contact Dean Hill, Acting Manager – Market Operations on 09 300 7704.
All applications are to be submitted online by Thursday 26 March 2020, at 5:00pm.