Director / Associate Director - Corporate Finance, Infrastructure
5d ago


Job Description & Summary

With PwC New Zealand, you’ll be supported by a flexible working culture, endless learning and development opportunities and inclusive benefits such as our recently established 18 weeks paid parental leave policy (available to Mums, Dads & caregivers).

You’ll work with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to solve important problems, empowered by technology to turn today’s ideas into tomorrow’s solutions.

So, if you want to create change and make an impact, embark on a new journey with PwC.

Ngā Kōrero mo tēnei tūranga / About the role

Our Infrastructure Advisory team works alongside New Zealand’s #1 ranked Corporate Finance team (by number of transactions completed for every year since 2005), with a focus on transaction and strategic advice to Infrastructure clients or investors.

We partner with some of New Zealand's largest businesses on strategic, economic, financial, and long-term, large-scale infrastructure projects where we are dedicated to delivering communities that are fit for the future.

Our work provides strategic and lead advisory services (including M&A) in relation to our clients’ major investments.

With the wider PwC firm we can offer a seamless delivery across transactions, tax and other professional services, and our well known brand offers additional credibility to our clients in the eyes of prospective counter-parties.

Your role and responsibilities will include :

You will be a senior member of the team, leading teams to support client initiatives and projects and playing an important and active role both internally within the market

Taking ownership of the M&A, capital raising or project development process and overall execution and / or deliver high quality strategic and financial advisory solutions to clients

Taking responsibility for the coaching and development of staff across the Infrastructure team

Playing a strategic role in helping our team achieve its growth objectives

Developing knowledge through appropriate research, keeping current with firm’s technical and industry guidance, training and interactions with internal PwC specialists

Providing industry clients and government with expert advisory services and navigate all stages of the infrastructure lifecycle, from strategy and business case development through to transaction advice

Building relationships and your brand in the market, as well as finding new business opportunities and supporting the development and delivery of client proposals and pitches

Delivering high quality written and presentation materials to clients

Ngā pūkenga kei a koe / Skills and experience

At least 6-7+ years (Associate Director) or 10+ years (Director) of experience in a corporate finance or infrastructure advisory position in a leadership capacity providing strategic and commercial advice to clients

Have experience with major infrastructure projects in a senior advisory or delivery role. This can be in a Government / public sector, Big 4, investment banking, or construction sector environment

A tertiary qualification in finance or in another discipline along with the CFA designation

Demonstrated ability to work through complex situations and solve important problems

A team focused style with proven experience in mentoring and inspiring team members

Have an ability to work independently while also running a team

A self-motivated, proactive and confident approach to your work

Strong attention to detail and organisational skills

Exceptional verbal and written communication

Ngā āhuatanga hirahira o te mahi ki PwC / Highlights of working at PwC NZ

Unrivalled level of access to industry expertise, both locally and through our wider global network of member firms, where you’ll be enabled by cutting-edge technology.

Dress for your day and flex your schedule in alignment with team and client needs

Inclusive 18 weeks paid parental leave policy for all parents - mums, dad’s, caregivers with no minimum service!

Enhanced leave capabilities - an opportunity to purchase additional leave and two staff recognition days available each year

Paid volunteer days available through our PwC Foundation - help to resolve the societal issue of children’s welfare in New Zealand through

ToiToi and FliP

Digital upskilling through our Digital Academy

Mo te aha tāu e tatari ana? / What are you waiting for?

At PwC, we support you through a range of financial and non-financial rewards and benefits. Discover a life that works for you with our diverse, inclusive and flexible culture.

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