Finance Administrator

Part-time – 16 hours a week (0.4 FTE)

We are seeking someone to join our small support office team based in Auckland for a part-time permanent position. This role offers you a wide range of tasks and the opportunity to engage with a wonderfully diverse group of people. 

In this role you will be responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable, maintaining good financial records, supporting our regional groups with managing accounts, and responding to financial enquiries. 

The ideal applicant will have previous experience with accounts administration. As well as great attention to detail, time management and an ability to communicate with a wide range of people. 


Key Tasks:  

  • Carry out duties required for Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable
  • Manage payroll
  • Issue end of year tax receipts for donations
  • Process all financial transactions of the organisation in the accounting software
  • Prepare monthly reports for the Trustees and Management Team

Qualities and Qualifications:  

  • Formal accounting education, preferably at tertiary level
  • At least two years' experience doing accounting or finance administration in a business or not-for-profit
  • Good working knowledge and experience with Xero would be advantageous
  • Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft 365 is desirable
  • Knowledge of payroll processes would be advantageous

Click here for a full job description.   


To Apply 

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and currently be residing in New Zealand. 

If you have the above skills and would like to work with a diverse team creating change for people living with disability, then please send your CV and a cover letter by clicking the link below. 

To apply email your CV and a cover letter by clicking here.  


Applications Close:  17th June

There are always opportunities to volunteer with us at our camps, regional branch meetings and events, our Auckland Drop-In Centre programme, or the National Support Office. Head on over to our Volunteer page for more information.

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