Finance Administrator

Job details

The Performing Arts School of New Zealand
1 Oct 2010
Work type
Part time employment
Work classification
Management & Admin


For over 20 years the Performing Arts School of NZ has provided Auckland’s highly regarded recreational and pre-vocational courses in dance, acting, singing and circus arts from purpose built premises at the Auckland Performing Arts Centre (TAPAC).

We are looking for a self motivated person with demonstrated accounting skills in a small office environment to manage the day-to-day finance and payroll requirements of the Performing Arts School. Reporting to the General Manager, you will work along side the School Administrator and Creative Director, to assist in the strategic, operational and financial direction of the school.

This hands-on position has sole charge of all weekly and monthly accounts responsibilities – data entry, banking, invoicing, payroll, IRD submissions, reconciliations, through to monthly profit and loss and balance sheet in MYOB. Support to the general manager with Executive Committee financial and budgetary reporting, and funding requirements, is essential. A good understanding of current employment legislation and human resource (HR) administration is also needed.

You will be required to build and maintain good working relationships with external customers and suppliers, liaising with chartered accounting, IT and funding partners, including the founding partners of TAPAC.

The successful applicant will have a strong customer focus, be highly organised with competent accounts and payroll abilities, knowledge and respect for the performing arts industry, good communication skills and likes to work in a team environment.

Relevant qualifications and experience are required. A full job description is available on request.

This is a part-time position, 0.5 full time equivalent.

Closing date:     Friday 1 Cotober 2010

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The Performing Arts School of New Zealand

23 Sep 2010