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Senior Planning Advisor - Fixed Term Contract
Accounting and Finance
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  • Finance and planning focus 
  • 12-month maternity leave cover, ideally a September Start

If you are looking for breadth of role, using your planning skills to actively contribute in the development of our planning process, whilst utilising our newly implemented planning/BI tool (IBM Planning Analytics 2.0)…please consider this contract.

The corporate planning team is part of wider finance and tasked with running the planning process across the NZ Post business. Due to an impending arrival, we are looking for you to take on our contract to cover maternity leave.

You will be responsible for providing a high level of input into the production of business plans, forecasts and reports and work with the business to raise the bar on current practise. We constantly strive to improve processes whilst facilitating the business as it transforms so you'll be expected to be part of this.

This is an opportunity to use your financial, analytical and relationship management skills to influence significant change to the business of New Zealand Post.

Preferably you will hold a formal accounting qualification and have solid experience working with TM1 (now rebranded as IBM Planning Analytics 2.0) within a medium to large commercial environment. You will have a strong desire to understand our business and it's key drivers. You will be able to work autonomously, be decisive and have excellent relationship management skills.

Applications close 22 August 2018

Apply online below or visit our careers site at for a full Job description. For further information contact Catherine Scott on 04 496 5769.

All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand. Appointees will be subject to a security and credit check. Appointees may be required to undertake a drug test