An exciting new opportunity is available to the right person to prove the benefits of a business services hub supporting a group of pacific arts organisations.
A business practise specialist for this pilot project will be engaged on a one year contract commencing by 1 February 2013. They will need to be aware of the cultural and creative context in which they will be working and show the willingness and understanding to work alongside non-accountants to enhance the good business practices of the Auckland-based group.
It is anticipated that a suitably experienced accountant will have broad experience providing advice on accounting systems and financial control and can promote good practices. They will have the professional integrity to maintain confidentiality aspects for varied participants and be flexible in work practices to balance competing demands and work load peaks.
Preferably the accounting professional will have worked with arts organisations and can appreciate their creative environment and also are familiar with funding applications to Creative New Zealand and other funders. Sufficiently wide commercial experience to be able to provide non-financial advice and support would be useful.
We are very keen to hear from people with the professional standing and credibility to fulfil the role, an interest in pacific art and artists and wanting involvement with the sector, an aptitude for developing skills in others and providing them with training, and a keenness to make the pilot business services hub a success.
Applications for this one year contract position close on 30 November 2012.
It is anticipated that a suitably experienced accountant will have broad experience providing advice on accounting systems and financial control and can promote good practices.
How to apply
Please direct enquires and applications to:
Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust
P O Box 68 339, Newton, Auckland 1145
Phone 376 1665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org