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Project Accountant

McConnell Dowell
Auckland, NZ
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Dec 10, 2023

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Full Time
With a healthy pipeline of future work and an excellent team culture, it is an exciting time to join the McConnell Dowell Family.About the role Reporting to the General Manager of Finance your responsibilities will include:
Supervising & liaising with site-based project teams to ensure timely and complete processing of new supplier master files & set up Reconciliation of various transactions between the bank, accounting, and costing system Coding & entering partner recharges Weekly reconciliation of bank account Assist with preparing all statutory reporting & reports to stakeholders Management & accrual of staff, subcontractors, and major procurement progress Here's what you'll need: Minimum of 5+ years' experience as a Project Accountant preferably in Civil Construction. Ideally a member of NZSA or an Accounting qualification or Commerce Degree. Strong financial management and bookkeeping experience. Strong Internal Control skills. Excellent communication, leadership, and people skills. Process driven, solution orientated, self-sufficient & technically sound. Fixed term contact basis to cover leave and project/s term What's on offer We offer a supportive team culture that encourages forward thinking, innovation, and a passion for making great ideas work Attractive remuneration package including medical insurance and 6% Employer KiwiSaver contribution (eligibility applies) Learning and Development opportunities Don't tick all the boxes but you're still excited about this opportunity? We're dedicated to building a diverse workplace, so we also look at applicants with great transferable skills from similar industries. If that's you, we encourage you to still apply as you may just be the right candidate for this role or one of our other opportunities. About Us
McConnell Dowell - Creative ConstructionOur purpose is Providing a Better Life. We do that through delivering projects that connect, support and sustain communities, and through providing career opportunities that challenge, reward and grow our people. From remote major resources and energy projects to city-shaping transport and water infrastructure, we have constructed thousands of high-quality, complex projects for our customers and communities over more than 60 years, in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia.Why join us?The work you'll do will have a tangible positive impact on people's lives, including yours. The diversity of our projects, roles and locations means greater development opportunities. We invest in our people to set and reach personal and professional goals and we have some of the best mentoring minds in the business to help you do that. Because when you grow, we all grow.McConnell Dowell actively seeks and celebrates diversity, inclusion, and individuality. In a culture low on ego and high on support, we encourage everyone to make an impact. We're big enough to take on community-shaping projects, but agile enough for you to have an influence on how we do things. So, join us, be you, and help us create better together. Apply now! We are an equal opportunity employer. People of all ages, abilities, sexual orientation, gender identities & cultures including Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.Please note all successful applicants must hold valid work rights for New Zealand and/or Pacific Islands and pass a satisfactory pre-employment medical which includes drug and alcohol checks.. This role is being sourced through McConnell Dowell directly and not accepting applications via external recruitment agencies.

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