- Leading Accounting and Advisory Organisation
- Two Key Rural Finance Roles
- Christchurch Based
BDO Christchurch is an independently owned business advisory practice with a broad coverage of specialists including NZ tax, business recovery & insolvency, corporate finance, audit, corporate and international tax, business advisory services, risk advisory and wealth management. Through their network of over 1,328 offices in 152 countries BDO can provide an extensive global reach and enable their people to take advantage of worldwide opportunities. More information can be found on their website www.bdo.nz.
An Intermediate/Senior Agri Specialist and an Agribusiness Consultant are now required to join their expanding rural advisory team responsible for helping South Island farmers make the most of their businesses. You will be proud of delivering expertise and individually tailored solutions for your clients and aiming to exceed expectations. These varied and interesting roles will be relationship based with a strong practical element, including on farm client visits, and strong cross functional collaboration with the wider BDO advisory team.
To be successful in these positions you will have a relevant accounting or business advisory background and have a genuine affiliation to the rural sector. You will be highly organised with an eye for detail and have excellent report writing and computer skills. Being a talented communicator, you will also have the ability to effectively interact with both clients and staff across multiple departments. You will be CA qualified with a relevant tertiary degree.
If successful there may be an option to work in either Christchurch or Ashburton.
A Position Description for the role is available for download at the bottom of the job listing at www.brannigans.co.nz/jobs
To apply please submit your cover letter and CV by clicking on the ‘Apply’ button. Initial phone enquiries can be made to Sally Goldsmith on 03 345 8761 or Lisa Wheeler on 03 345 8757
Applications for this role close 5pm Tuesday 28 August 2018