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  Accountant
 
     
Posted Date:09/11/2017
    Job Number: J0000881

 Position:                       Assistant Accountant

Location:                      Auckland

Position objective

To provide support to the Financial Controller in maintaining the accounting functions of the organisation, ensuring that all reporting and transaction processing is carried out in an accurate and timely manner.

Key tasks and expected results

1.           The Assistant Accountant is responsible for assistance with the monthly accounts.

Expected results

Accounts are prepared in a timely manner and with minimal review points identified by the Financial Controller.

Intercompany recharges are accurately processed.

2.           The Assistant Accountant is responsible for managing the local accounts payable function of the group.

Expected results

Accurate data entry of all invoices.

Careful checking of invoices and packing slips and verification that invoices have been properly authorised before payment is processed.

Creditors’ statements are reconciled to the creditors’ ledger.

Timely payment of creditors according to terms of trade and as cashflow allows.

3.           The Assistant Accountant is responsible for reconciling sales to bankings and assisting the retail staff with queries.

              Expected results

Assistance is provided to the retail staff regarding banking, unpaid items etc.

Records are updated in Counter Intelligence for gift vouchers and month end verification with retail outlets of gift vouchers on hand.

Accurately, and in a timely manner, reconciles bank accounts of trading entities, with particular focus on reconciling retail sales to bankings, if necessary taking the appropriate action required to correct, and notifying National Retail Manager and Financial Controller of any unreconciled differences.

4.           The Assistant Accountant is responsible for managing the payroll function for the group.

Expected results

The payroll is processed to ensure that all staff receive their correct remuneration on time.

Accurate records are maintained of staff leave entitlements.

Payroll records are stored securely and a high degree of confidentiality is maintained regarding staff remuneration.

PAYE returns completed accurately and filed by the due date.

5.            The Assistant Accountant assists with the preparation of costings for imported product.

              Expected results

Accurately prepares costing spreadsheets.

Liaises with the Sales & Marketing Coordinator and Distribution Manager.

6.           The Assistant Accountant assists with credit control for the group.

              Expected results

Overdue accounts (including staff accounts) are monitored and payment is chased by telephone or correspondence as appropriate, ensuring prompt payment.

The Financial Controller is kept informed of any problems or potential bad debts.

7.           The Assistant Accountant provides relief cover on reception.

Expected results

Helpful and friendly relationships are maintained with customers and visitors to the company at all times.

The telephone is answered promptly, and in a clear and courteous manner, and incoming callers are transferred to appropriate staff.

Messages are passed promptly and accurately to the appropriate staff.

8.           The Assistant Accountant will undertake other duties as reasonably directed by the Financial Controller from time-to-time.

              Expected results

All duties required are performed in the best interests of the company and are done in a competent and effective manner.

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

Register with us today and apply online!! www.apparelhr.com

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For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

Or email fashion@apparelhr.co.nz to find out more!!

     
     
     
Posted Date:16/11/2017
    Job Number: J0000414

Position:         Financial Controller

An opportunity has arisen to assume a pivotal role with one of NZ’s leading fashion manufacturing and retailing companies, working closely with the Managing Director to facilitate continued growth.
 
This ‘hands on’ role will include total responsibility for the management accounting function, including the supervision of staff.  There will be a strong emphasis on operations and business management.  The ideal candidate will have significant financial management experience, will have a level-headed approach to daily issues, will be capable of producing timely, accurate information and will enjoy the challenge of working in a dynamic and creative environment.  Strong IT skills are important.
 
Fashion or similar creative industry experience would be an advantage but is not essential.
 
Position Objective
 
To direct and control the financial, accounting, HR, legal, IT and administrative functions of the organisation to accurately reflect the organisation's financial situation, to maintain an appropriate financial structure and to support the Managing Director in the effective operation of the company.
 
Functional Relationships
 
Internally
Responsible for:
·         Assistant Accountant
·         Receptionist/PA
Functional relationships with:
·         Department Heads
 
Externally
·         Suppliers
·         Wholesale Customers
·         Tenants
·         Consultants and Professional Advisors
·         Inland Revenue and other Statutory Bodies
·         Computer Support Technicians
 
Key Tasks and Expected Results
 
1.      The Financial Controller is responsible for overseeing the company's financial reporting to ensure that the Managing Director is provided with timely and accurate financial information.
Expected Results
·         Monthly management accounts are prepared in a timely and professional manner, with ad hoc reports prepared for the Managing Director as requested.
·         Monthly advisory board meeting attendance, including the preparation of agenda, papers and distribution of minutes.
 
2.      The Financial Controller is responsible for effective risk management and statutory compliance for the company.
Expected Results
·         All insurances are effectively managed including policy negotiation and claims.
·         Effective management of all aspects of group internal audit, including developing, implementing, ensuring compliance with and regularly reviewing internal controls, policies, procedures and standards.
·         Management of the group's compliance with all taxation requirements, including liaising with external tax advisors.
 
3.      The Financial Controller is responsible for the preparation of budgets & forecasts.
Expected Results
·         Management, co-ordination and control of the annual budget process and regular re-forecasting, including the determination of key assumptions and giving direction to divisional managers.
 
4.      The Financial Controller is responsible for over-seeing the amount of stock purchased and ensuring that adequate controls are in place for the security of stock in both the wholesale and retail companies.
Expected Results
·         Management, co-ordination and control of the annual open to buy for stock.
·         Ensure accurate stock takes are performed regularly.
·         Review the aging of stock and ensure plans are put in place to help clear old stock where necessary.
 
5.      The Financial Controller is responsible for treasury management to ensure that funding is available to meet the needs of the company.
Expected Results
·         Effective relationships are maintained with the company's financiers.
·         The Financial Controller liaises closely with the Managing Director to ascertain financing requirements, negotiating facility structures and carrying out annual review of facilities.
·         The Financial Controller liaises closely with the Managing Director in managing the group's interest and foreign exchange risk through identifying exposures and hedging where appropriate.
·         The Financial Controller maintains policies and procedures to maximise the group's working capital position, minimise borrowings and maximise returns from operating cash flows.
 
6.      The Financial Controller oversees all transaction processing to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of all transactions.
Expected Results
·         An effective and efficient payroll system is maintained, to ensure all personnel receive their correct remuneration entitlement, and that all statutory requirements are met.
·         An effective accounts receivable system is maintained for billing and collection of all monies owed to the company.
·                  An effective accounts payable system is maintained for recording and paying all amounts owed by the company.
 
7.      The Financial Controller is responsible for initiating and leading business improvement projects to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of the company.
Expected Results
·         The Financial Controller is responsible for reviewing costings and pricings of garments and raw materials.
·         Margins by product line are regularly reviewed.
·         The Financial Controller assists management with costings for overseas buying trips.
·         Internal processes are regularly reviewed to identify opportunities for improvement.
·         The Financial Controller assists managers in reviewing problem business process areas,
determining the cause, seeking and assessing options to resolve and implementing solutions.
 
8.      The Financial Controller is actively involved in business development and the implementation of new systems to achieve the strategic objectives of the company.
Expected Results
·         Involvement in all aspects of business development projects, including scenario analyses.
·         Involvement in the development and implementation of new systems, including determining system requirements, identification, evaluation and ranking of options, and financial (DCF) analysis.
 
9.      The Financial Controller is responsible for tenancy management for the group.
Expected Results
·         The Financial Controller liaises effectively with tenants and manages billing and OPEX recharges.
·         Building compliance issues are managed including BWOF and liaising with external contractors.
·         The Financial Controller manages, in conjunction with the Managing Director, retail leases, including general liaison, ensuring renewals are taken up when necessary and reviews conducted in an appropriate manner.
 
10. The Financial Controller is responsible for price and contract negotiations in consultation with department heads for products and services provided to the company.
Expected Results
·         Negotiations result in the company obtaining high quality goods and services at the best possible price.
·         Assistance is provided to managers in their price and contract negotiations.
 
11. The Financial Controller is responsible for supervising the work performed by the Assistant Accountant.
Expected Results
·         Staff are motivated to perform their duties to the best of their ability.
·         Staff work as effective team members, ensuring that deadlines are met and company quality standards are observed.
·         Appropriate training and development is provided where necessary to improve performance.
·         Regular performance appraisals are carried out to provide feedback on work done and to motivate staff to continuously improve their performance.
 
12. The Financial Controller is responsible for overseeing personnel management for the company.
Expected Results
·         Employment agreements are prepared in line with the Employment Relations Act 2000.
·         Accurate and confidential personnel records are maintained.
·         Assistance is provided to department heads to source relevant training courses as required for staff.
·         The Financial Controller is responsible for information technology for the company ensuring systems are operating effectively.
·         Liaising with the information technology external consultants and suppliers. Liaising with staff on internal IT issues at both retail store and head office level.
 
13. The Financial Controller will undertake other duties as reasonably directed by the Managing Director from time-to-time.
Expected Results
·         All duties required are performed in the best interests of the company and are done in a competent and effective manner.
 
Our confidentiality is guaranteed!
 
Register with us today and apply online!! www.apparelhr.com
For more information about this great opportunity,
Please contact Julie Malone on
09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111
Or email apparelhr@xtra.co.nz to find out more!!
     
     
  Customer Service Fashion Industry
 
     
Posted Date:20/11/2017
    Job Number: J0000798

Position:                     Customer Service Representative

Location:                    Auckland

Our client was voted Best Dry Cleaner in Auckland by Metro magazine and they have an unrivalled reputation for quality and service. They are looking for a Customer Service Representative to assist their customers with top service.

Key Responsibilities:

·        Meet and greet customers.

·        Discuss with the customer the type of cleaning or repair services they require or  process garment pick ups.

·        Check over garments to ensure there is no other areas of concern and identify any other areas of staining or repairs needed.

·        Process the garments through the till system with order detailing and give the customer the required paperwork.

·        Interact with the Repairs and Alterations department on orders.

·        Assembly, bagging and racking of orders.  

·        Develop comprehensive knowledge of our services to effectively address customers’ needs and queries.

·        Attend to telephone enquiries regarding services. 

·        Ensure high standards of store presentation at all times.

 

Skills, Experience and Attributes Required:

·       Previous experience in a Customer Service role is essential.

·       Strong interpersonal skills.

·       Highly organised.

·       Computer literate.

·       Fluent English.

·       Excellent verbal communication.

·       Excellent personal presentation.

The successful candidate will have the ability to learn and apply new skills quickly and will be focussed on detail.  Full training will be given.

 

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

Register with us today and apply online!! www.apparelhr.com

Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/apparelhr

 

For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

Or email apparel@apparelhr.co.nz to find out more!

 

 

 

     
     
  Account Manager
 
     
Posted Date:08/11/2017
    Job Number: J0000874

Position:                       Financial Controller

Location:                      Auckland

 

Position Objective 

To direct and control the financial, accounting functions of the organisation to accurately reflect the organisation's financial situation, to maintain an appropriate financial structure and to support the Managing Director in the effective operation of the company.

  

Key Tasks and Expected Results 

1.   The Financial Controller is responsible for overseeing the company's financial reporting to ensure that the Managing Director is provided with timely and accurate financial information.

Expected Results

 

  •          Monthly management accounts are prepared in a timely and professional manner, with ad hoc reports prepared for the Managing Director as requested.
  •         Monthly advisory board meeting attendance, including the preparation of agenda, papers and distribution of minutes.

 

 2.  The Financial Controller is responsible for effective risk management and statutory compliance for the company.

Expected Results

 

  •         All insurances are effectively managed including policy negotiation and claims.
  •        Effective management of all aspects of group internal audit, including developing, implementing, ensuring compliance with and regularly reviewing internal controls, policies, procedures and standards.
  •          Management of the group's compliance with all taxation requirements, including liaising with external tax advisors.

 

3.   The Financial Controller is responsible for the preparation of budgets & forecasts.

Expected Results

 

  •        Management, co-ordination and control of the annual budget process and regular re-forecasting, including the determination of key assumptions and giving direction to divisional managers.

 

 4.  The Financial Controller is responsible for over-seeing the amount of stock purchased and ensuring that adequate controls are in place for the security of stock in both the wholesale and retail companies.

Expected Results

 

  •        Management, co-ordination and control of the annual open to buy for stock.
  •        Ensure accurate stock takes are performed regularly.
  •       Review the aging of stock and ensure plans are put in place to help clear old stock where necessary. 

 

5.      5.   The Financial Controller is responsible for treasury management to ensure that funding is available to meet the needs of the company.

Expected Results

 

  •       Effective relationships are maintained with the company's financiers.
  •        The Financial Controller liaises closely with the Managing Director to ascertain financing requirements, negotiating facility structures and carrying out annual review of facilities.
  •         The Financial Controller liaises closely with the Managing Director in managing the group's interest and foreign exchange risk through identifying exposures and hedging where appropriate.
  •        The Financial Controller maintains policies and procedures to maximise the group's working capital position, minimise borrowings and maximise returns from operating cash flows. 

 

6.     6.   The Financial Controller oversees all transaction processing to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of all transactions.

Expected Results

 

  •       An effective and efficient payroll system is maintained, to ensure all personnel receive their correct remuneration entitlement, and that all statutory requirements are met.
  •        An effective accounts receivable system is maintained for billing and collection of all monies owed to the company.
  •        An effective accounts payable system is maintained for recording and paying all amounts owed by the company. 

 

7.    7.   The Financial Controller is responsible for initiating and leading business improvement projects to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of the company.

Expected Results

 

  •        The Financial Controller is responsible for reviewing costings and pricings of garments and raw materials.
  •        Margins by product line are regularly reviewed.
  •        The Financial Controller assists management with costings for overseas buying trips.
  •        Internal processes are regularly reviewed to identify opportunities for improvement.
  •        The Financial Controller assists managers in reviewing problem business process areas, determining the cause, seeking and assessing options to resolve and implementing solutions. 

 

8.      8.   The Financial Controller is actively involved in business development and the implementation of new systems to achieve the strategic objectives of the company.

Expected Results

 

  •        Involvement in all aspects of business development projects, including scenario analyses.
  •       Involvement in the development and implementation of new systems, including determining system requirements, identification, evaluation and ranking of options, and financial (DCF) analysis. 

 

9.     

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

 

Register with us today and apply online!! www.apparelhr.com

Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/apparelhr

 

For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

Or email fashion@apparelhr.co.nz to find out more!!

     
     
  Machinist
 
     
Posted Date:08/11/2017
    Job Number: J0000765

Position:                     Bridal Machinists: 2 positions available

 Location:                   Auckland

Our client is a high-end bridal store with a new, state of the art workroom located in central Newmarket. They are looking for experienced Bridal Machinists to join their team. The successful candidates must be familiar with all aspects of garment construction and machining to a high standard.  

 Key Responsibilities:

 

             Full garment construction.

             Required volume of garments in a timely manner to the required standard.

             Plain sewing.

             Overlocking.

 Skills, Experience and Attributes Required:

 

             Proven garment construction and machining skills to a very high standard.

             Experience in working with fine fabrics, lace and trimmings would be adventageous.

 

If you are adept in fine sewing and are a reliable team player looking for a new opportunity to display your skills, send us your CV now!

 

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

Register with us today and apply online!! www.apparelhr.com

Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/apparelhr

 

For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

 

Or email fashion@apparelhr.co.nz to find out more!

 

 

 

     
     
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