Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu.
With feathers a bird can fly. With good advice, you can prosper.
Due to our continued growth and new premises, we are seeking to fill a number of positions. We invite applications from accounting, consulting, secretarial and administration professionals to join our friendly and supportive team at GHA.
GHA is a mid-sized Māori chartered accountancy and management consulting firm operating out of Rotorua and servicing clients within the Central North Island rohe and beyond. We provide a full range of accounting, secretarial, management consulting and share register services for our clients.
Our clients comprise mainly Māori trusts, incorporations, treaty settlement entities, Māori small and medium enterprises and non-government organisations.
We are looking for people who share our values and are committed to helping Māori succeed.
Successful applicants for these roles will:
- Share our passion and commitment to Māori development
- Thrive on building trusted relationships with our clients, our team and other stakeholders
- Gain satisfaction from playing a part in the success of our diverse Māori client base
- Value te reo Māori me ōna tikanga in both their professional and personal lives
We invite applications for the following positions:
The tasks will be varied and will include preparing annual financial statements, tax compliance, monthly management accounts, budgets and forecasts, and developing and implementing improved systems with our clients. We also undertake a range of interesting value-added services. A role with us will include working on these engagements. An accounting qualification (either CA, ACA or AT) is preferred but not essential.
Our consultants deliver a diverse range of business services to our clients, including developing strategies, investigating business opportunities, reviewing organisational performance, developing management systems, crafting policy proposals, evaluating programmes and delivering business mentoring and advice. As a management consultant you will have a good understanding of the Māori economy, strong analytical, written and relationship management skills, and an ability to work across a number of business sectors. A business degree or similar is preferred.