Ringa Rehe Tatau | Senior Accountant | Hybrid Flexible Working

  • Competitive Salary + Wellbeing Allowance
  • Health, Life, and Income Protection Insurance Benefit
  • Succession planning to Kaiwhakahaere Pūtea | Finance Manager

Work for, by and with pan-iwi Māori in realising our Tangaroa first vision in an environment grounded in manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, working alongside exceptional, highly skilled peers.

Mō mātou – About us

We are Te Ohu Kaimoana and we are dedicated to uniting pan-iwi aspirations for Tangaroa. We believe in a better way and that we are stronger together. Our strength comes from an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the marine environment, supported by a passion for greater, smarter, and sustainable outcomes for pan-iwi. We are Te Ohu Kaimoana and we’re leading the change to reimagine what is possible for our people through indigenous-led solutions. Ko te ora o te whānau e kotahi ana ki a Tangaroa. Thriving whānau determining their relationship with Tangaroa

Underpinned by ngā uara o whakapapa, rangatiratanga, kotahitanga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga and hihiritanga we provide the knowledge, expertise, and resources to support pan-iwi across a range of services in relation to the realm of Tangaroa. A trusted partner and facilitator to 58 iwi across the motu, our focus is to deliver results for our iwi by creating commonality that is making a positive and sustainable impact for whānau today, tomorrow and future generations. Ngā āheinga hou hei whakarata i te iwi e tutuki ai ngā kōingo me ngā wawata mō nāianei mō āpōpō hoki. New ocean possibilities that work for iwi and their aspirations for today and the future.

Mō tēnei tūranga mahi – About the role

Due to an internal promotion and working within the backbone of our kāhui, Corporate Services you will support, collaborate, and work with our Kaiwhakahaere Pūtea | Finance Manager in the management of our kāhui and its entities finances. This will involve working closely with our leadership team, Board, kāhui entities and pan-iwi in preparing financial reports, maintaining the general ledger, assisting with audit preparations, and preparing tax returns and account reconciliations. In addition, you will be responsible for calculating iwi coastline species quota and tonnage based on Kāwanatanga sustainability and allocation rounds which occur twice a year.

Ko koe tēnei – About you

To be considered for this role, you will be CA qualified with an undergraduate degree in accounting. You will possess extensive relevant work experience as well as exceptional communication and relationship management skills, due to the level of engagement your role has with senior stakeholders across Māoridom.  Thus, it goes without saying that you will be able to demonstrate competency or knowledge and understanding of or a commitment to tikanga and te reo Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and iwi Māori.

He aha ai mātou – Why us

In exchange, we offer

  • A hybrid working environment with flexible working arrangements.
  • A beautiful tari in Te Whanganui-a-tara CBD with stunning views of our harbour.
  • A competitive salary aligned to market rates and conditions.
  • A wellbeing allowance.
  • Health, life, and income protection insurance benefits.

More importantly, this role has a succession pathway to our Kaiwhakahaere Pūtea | Finance Manager role. This will include cultivating your pūkenga and providing you with financial and wellness support for further training and professional development to ensure you are successful. Not to mention, you will work in a kāhui grounded in manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, working alongside exceptional, highly skilled peers, and for pan-iwi Māori whilst driving a Tangaroa first vision.

Me pēhea te tuku tono – How to apply

To apply please utilise this link .

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

For more information, please refer to the job description or email crystal.dickson@teohu.maori.nz.