Tūhura Otago Museum is seeking a professional, organised and flexible person to join our finance team as an Accounts Administrator. Reporting to the Finance Manager and working closely alongside our Assistant Accountant, this role offers a mix of routine accounting administration and month end processing and reporting.Download job pack
You will be assisting with accounts payable and receivable administration, along with credit card administration and sales reconciliations. This role will also support month end processes and other finance related administration.
This is a busy role and will suit a professional with strong attention to detail and aptitude with numbers and figures, fully conversant with Microsoft office and able to cope with a high volume of work. You might be a recent graduate or someone with previous experience in finance and accounts administration.
Tūhura Otago Museum is a large organisation with 140 staff. You will be working alongside a diverse team who love what they do and management that are supportive of staff and their development.
This position is full time 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
The closing date for applications is Monday 10 October, 2022. For more information contact the HR Manager at email@example.com or (03) 474 7474.
Assistant Curator, Natural Science
This is the sort of role that does not come up often. Tūhura Otago Museum is seeking a passionate and systematic person to help support collection care and information management within the Museum's Collections team.Download job pack
The Museum holds over 1.5 million items, and is an incredible resource for researchers, scientists, and the public. The Museum is a dynamic place to work, we value our staff and we are involved in and supporting cutting edge local research.
The Assistant Curator role involves entering collection information into databases, preparing documentation, undertaking regular checks and sharing stories about our collection.
The successful candidate will provide support services within our Collections team and assist with administration of collection-related projects and systems.
To be successful in this role you will hold or be working toward a tertiary qualification in the sciences, and have a genuine passion for the natural sciences, the importance of collections, and the role of the Museum in our community. You will have outstanding organisational and communication skills, a positive attitude and a focus on getting things done.
This position is 40 hours per week Monday to Friday and Fixed Term for a period of Nine Months.
The closing date for applications is Monday 3 October, 2022. For more information contact the HR Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 474 7474.
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