Phil is a veteran in tertiary education financial management, beginning his career with the University of Otago in 1985. After 10 years as a key member of the central financial team, he moved to this newly-created position to enhance the direct support for academic leaders within the Division of Health Sciences, and to oversee the financial interface with the research and health sectors. A graduate of Otago himself, Phil is currently supporting his fourth Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
Phil is now supported by a team of three business analysts. He provides strategic direction, leadership, and guidance to all staff within the Division with financial responsibilities. He is a member of the Divisional Executive, hosts the monthly Divisional Finance meeting, and represents Health Sciences in meetings with Financial Services.
Tel 64 3 479 7402
Mob 64 21 424 676
Fax 64 3 479 5058
Delia completed her university and professional accounting qualifications in Christchurch. She specialised in auditing before moving to London, where she worked for just over two years monitoring advertising revenues for News International. In 2004 she returned home to New Zealand and commenced as a financial analyst for the Division of Health Sciences.
Delia's current portfolio includes: the University of Otago, Wellington; the School of Physiotherapy; the Bioethics Centre; and the Divisional Office. At the Divisional level, Delia monitors the strategic budget allocation, provides financial support for the Māori and Pacific workforce development initiatives, and has responsibility for monthly monitoring and reporting on all supplementary revenues.
Financial Analyst (part-time Tuesday–Friday)
Tel 64 3 479 7277
Fax 64 3 479 5058
Financial Analyst (part-time Monday–Tuesday)
Tel 64 3 479 9003
Tel 64 3 479 3481
Andrea gained her professional accounting qualifications in Australia. She then headed to London on her OE, before settling in Dunedin. Andrea first joined the University of Otago's Financial Services in 1994. She was responsible for the university resource model for eight years, before leaving to raise her family. Andrea commenced in a support role to Philip Noye as a financial analyst in 2004.
Andrea provides the primary support for the School of Biomedical Sciences and its constituent departments and research support units, the School of Pharmacy, and the Dean of Otago Medical School. Her role is to provide financial oversight, assist policy development, and provide hands-on guidance to the respective academic leaders and their finance staff. At the Divisional level, Andrea manages the Vote Health and Te Pou contracts. She is responsible for monthly monitoring and reporting on consumables expenditure, and takes a lead role in ensuring the annual budget and budget review processes are completed accurately and on time.