Audit Manager/Associate Director – Christchurch, New Zealand

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Location
Christchurch, New Zealand
Salary
Competitive
Posted
25 Feb 2017
Closes
25 Mar 2017
Industry
Accountancy
Job Function
Audit & Assurance
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

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Audit Manager/Associate Director – Christchurch, New Zealand

The Opportunity

Our Christchurch office is looking for motivated and engaging Audit Associate Director / experienced Manager to join our fast-paced and dynamic team. As an Audit Associate Director / experienced Manager, you will enjoy and thrive leading others and have the chance to make a real contribution to the growth of our successful Christchurch team.

 

About You

You will be responsible for managing a portfolio of external audit clients ranging in size. You will develop effective business relationships with clients, and lead audit teams in delivering quality audit. Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Managing multiple audit teams concurrently with several Audit Partners.
  • Regular communication with clients and audit teams to ensure the smooth running of the audit process from planning through to signing. 
  • Building and maintaining client relationships.
  • Identifying and responding to significant technical accounting issues in a timely manner.
  • Ensuring client and internal deadlines are met, without compromising on audit quality. 
  • Be a role model and mentor for Analysts and Supervisors by providing on-the-job training and development opportunities.
  • Utilising data analytics where possible and keeping audit efficiency top of mind.

 

Your Skills and Attributes

  • Full member of CAANZ (or equivalent).
  • Proven ability as an experienced Audit Manager – at least 4-5 years as an Audit Manager / Associate Director in a dynamic and fast-paced audit environment.
  • Ideally from a Big 4 / large professional services firm. 
  • Demonstrate experience in leading & managing staff on several audit engagements concurrently.
  • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) expertise.
  • Excellent team player and proven leadership and management skills.
  • Results driven & client oriented.
  • Ability to demonstrate management flair, drive and identify business development opportunities.
  • A profound knowledge of English, both verbally as well as in writing and the ability to make effective presentations to senior client management.
  • EMS experience is advantageous.

About us

Deloitte NZ brings together more than 1000 specialists nationwide. We work with clients ranging from New Zealand’s largest companies to smaller businesses with ambition to grow. We are led by the purpose to make an impact that matters. 

Our People and Culture make this a great place to work. Each of us is unique and valued for that, among the best and brightest in the business, and takes pride in our own achievements and the success of others. The culture is about inclusion, collaboration, high performance, and opportunity. 

All this translates into the best environment in which to drive your career forward.

 

If you have the drive and passion to succeed, apply now.