Chief Finance Officer | All Office Locations
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|Application Close Date:||11-Apr-2023|
He aha te mea nui o tēnei ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
Ka noho mātāmua te orangatonutanga o te tangata ki a mātou o Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa. Ko te aronga matua kia haere haumaru ngā tāngata katoa ki te mahi, kia hoki haumaru ki te te kāinga. Inā ka ngākaunui koe ki ēnei āhuatanga, tomo mai ki tēnei whare whakaruruhau.
Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa, WorkSafe New Zealand is New Zealand's primary workplace health and safety regulator. Our team of over 700 passionate staff contribute to supporting healthy and safe work for everyone in Aotearoa. Together, we work to address work-related harm, promote better work and connect the health and safety system.
The work we do is vitally important because New Zealand still experiences high rates of work harm. We are transforming our organisation and the way how we regulate health and safety, and we want people passionate about making a tangible impact for people and communities.
At this time we are seeking to appoint a Chief Finance Officer who will lead our finance and procurement functions. Reporting to the DCE – Corporate, this role manages strategic, commercial and transactional finance, including budgeting, capital planning and funding. They will also maintain and foster partnerships with key partners both within and outside WorkSafe – in order to ensure connectedness, cohesion and alignment of operational financial management practices.
Great candidates will have leadership expertise within an enterprise of comparable size, preferably in a public sector corporate and financial performance context. They will also be committed to leading a positive health, safety and wellbeing culture where worker voice is sought and valued. They will lead with integrity and create an environment that enables our passionate staff to do their best work.
To be successful in this role you will be inspired by achieving healthy and equitable work environments for all. You will be a thoughtful leader who sees the link between strategic objectives and frontline delivery. With a commitment to biculturalism in leadership, the appointee will champion te ao Māori approaches to regulation and use their leadership role to give effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
If you are passionate about making a difference for New Zealand, we want to hear from you.
Sheffield Executive Search is managing this recruitment process on behalf of WorkSafe. To apply, please select "apply now" and you will be redirected to Sheffield's website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Nick Buck on +64 27 474 5366 for more information.
Applications close on 11th April 2023, 5pm. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.