Adviser Banking Statistics

Adviser Banking Statistics
Close date
29/04/2019 05:00
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Job description(s)
  • Opportunity to lead a smart and committed team
  • Use your strong analytical skills
  • Work closely with customers who really know their stuff


Do you have a passion for data and statistics?  Have you worked in a financial institution and are looking for a new challenge?  Are you interested in central banking? We are seeking a highly motivated person to join the Statistics Team in the Data and Statistics Department at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.


The Bank is responsible for the formulation and implementation of public policy to maintain price stability and support maximum sustainable employment, and to promote and maintain a sound and efficient financial system.


The Statistics Team informs analysis, decision-making, and policy compliance with high quality data from New Zealand financial institutions. The team has a strong customer focus, seeking continually to improve the quality, timeliness and range of statistics available to internal Bank customers, and in support of external customer needs. 


The Adviser Banking Statistics leads the banking team, mainly working with New Zealand registered banks and non-bank deposit takers and lenders. The team operates regular data compliance reporting and produces lending, credit and other banking sector statistics.


In this position, you are responsible for the day-to-day management of the staff that produce banking sector analytical reports and statistics. You are responsible for delivering high quality statistics that deliver for our customers and will also have the opportunity to lead developments to improve the range and quality of financial statistics for New Zealand.


The RBNZ offers a flexible working environment and provides excellent opportunities for career development.


Informal enquiries about the role can be made to Matt Haigh, Manager Statistics, 04 471 3934, or email  


Applications, including a CV and covering letter, should be emailed to by Monday 29 April 2019.