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Business Analyst

The Office of the Auditor-General is looking for a Business Analyst to join our Information Services Group. If you are looking for a role with variety and the chance to see things from requirements gathering to building the agreed solution, this could be the role you have been looking for.

Reporting to the Project Manager, the role sits in a small, hands-on team. You will be working on a range of information and communications technology related initiatives, including projects and business-as-usual support, with an emphasis on analysis and process improvements. 

To be successful in the role, you will need:

  • sound practical experience in gathering, analysing, and documenting business requirements;
  • exceptional customer service and communications skills; and
  • the ability to demonstrate solutions, learn quickly, and find pragmatic solutions to complex problems.

Ideally, you will also have:

  • a relevant tertiary qualification and/or a professional qualification;
  • experience in SharePoint solutions is an advantage; and
  • an understanding of Information Management principles and the Public Records Act 2005.

You must apply online at (the application form and position description are there too).

For more information, please contact Sandy Hoggarth on 04 917 1500 or

Applications close Monday 23 October 2017.

Associate Director, Specialist Audit and Assurance Services

  • Unique challenge
  • Accomplished leader
  • Located in Wellington or Auckland

The Specialist Audit and Assurance Services (SAAS) team provides expert advice (mostly non-financial) to support Audit New Zealand’s core annual audit activity and to public entities. 

The Associate Director will be responsible for delivering specialist procurement, contract management, project management, asset management, risk management, and governance audit services to internal and external clients. We’re looking for individuals who can bring their audit experience to the SAAS Team and have the desire and commitment to develop their skills in these specialist audit areas.

Ideally, you’ll bring some experience in one or more of these specialist areas, but you will be supported in developing your skills.

You’ll need a sound appreciation and knowledge of financial, political, and professional risks and issues that affect the public sector, Audit New Zealand, and the Office of the Auditor-General. We expect that your initial focus will be audit support work in the specialist areas.

To be successful in this role, you will:

  • work with audit staff to identify and deliver specialist advice and support for the core annual audit work;
  • coordinate and deliver training to the wider business;
  • identify and secure opportunities to provide specialist assurance services to public entities;
  • develop and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external clients;
  • adhere to our quality procedures and processes;
  • participate in Audit New Zealand’s wider leadership team, including participating in national Director and Manager events; and
  • lead at a local level, to help ensure that staff in the local office understand the broader context of client risks and our work and receive appropriate advice.

You’ll get to work with some great people who are passionate about what they do and committed to building a great working environment. Because this role is dealing with a wide range of clients throughout New Zealand, frequent travel might be required.

You must apply online, and include your CV and cover letter, at (the application form and position description are there too).

For more information, please contact Sandy Hoggarth on 04 917 1500 or

Applications close Tuesday 24 October 2017.

Page last updated: 10 October 2017