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From Four Square Houhora in the Far North, to New World Island Bay in the world’s coolest little capital, as the country's largest grocery retailer, we're proud to be a homegrown Co-op and feel privileged to serve New Zealand.
About the role
With a team of 25,000 and over 1000 on our support centre payroll, as Analyst - Payroll, our systems, reporting, and compliance is essential to ensuring everything runs smoothly. As an analyst in our payroll team you’ll:
·       Identify risks and issues for the support centre
·       Design and develop reports to meet the needs of the business, including monthly reporting
·       Provide continuous improvement across all related systems
About you
Technically competent with advanced Excel, you’ll be highly analytical and will understand where numbers come from and what they mean. This will allow you to produce bespoke reports for different business functions. A team player, you’ll be a strong communicator who is able to ask the right questions to deliver awesome business outcomes.

This role could suit any analyst looking for a challenging role that combines systems, numbers and reporting. We will develop the right person!
About Us
We’re an unbeatable team of almost 25,000 awesome people and over the past 100 years we’ve built up a network of almost 350 PAK’n’SAVE’s, New World’s, Four Squares and Gilmours stores across the North Island.
We’re committed to doing our part for our people, planet and the communities so that we can make New Zealand a better place for future generations. On offer is a wide range of benefits with the opportunity to learn from some world class grocers, building your career in one of NZ’s leading retailers.
Experience awesome. Achieve Awesome. Be awesomely you.
We’re proud to have a focus on Diversity & Inclusion here at Foodies and welcome applications from you all regardless of who you are or what you do. We welcome courageous behaviour, encourage togetherness, inspire our people to be their best selves in our Foodies whānau, but most importantly we celebrate our people - our taonga, every day for being uniquely them.