Business Services Senior Manager at FutureYou

FutureYou hiring people as Business Services Senior Manager. The Selected person will be earn at least $140000 – $160000 per annum NZD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingBusiness Services Senior Manager
Job EmployerFutureYou
LocationBusiness Services & Corporate Advisory
Salary$140000 – $160000 per annum
Job SectorBusiness Services & Corporate Advisory


  • Fully flexible work environment 
  • Friendly firm with a family-like feel
  • Over 70% client-facing advisory work
  • Fast progression to Director

Firm Details:

An established, progressive firm that is known for its welcoming atmosphere and inclusive culture in a modern office space. The firm is growing and is currently home to around 30 staff across Business Services and Financial Planning. 
They offer a range of accounting and advisory services to a large clients base of HNWIs and businesses with turnovers up to $150m.

Their office The firm also takes pride in its community and charity involvement including team charity events and team-building days out. Flexible working arrangements are available and there is also free parking.


Role Description:

In this role you will head-up the firms accounting division and report directly to the Managing Director. You will be responsible for leading a team of 5-8 and manage workflow/reviews and drive productivity. Around 30% of this role would be staff management with 70% being client facing advisory work for the clients.


Candidate Profile:
  • CA/CPA qualified 
  • Over 7 years experience in professional practice 
  • Must have experience managing a team of staff including multiple senior accountants
  • Superb organisational and time management skills 
  • Excellent verbal communication skills


To apply for this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button below or for more information please call Kate Stephenson on 0434 529 723 or email [email protected]

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