Chief Information Officer
The Controller and Auditor-General is a statutory officer of Parliament. The Office’s purpose is to improve trust and promote value in the public sector. Information and its management is a vital part of how the Office carries out this work. Systems and services that support the management and use of information are a key focus for the Office.
The Chief Information Officer has a pivotal role in ensuring that the Office realises the benefits of any investment it makes in its information systems to meet its current and future needs. They will ensure that the Office is able to meet its commitments to Parliament and the public in a rapidly changing environment.
We want to hear from forward-thinking and collaborative leaders who are able to deliver high-level strategic advice on information, knowledge, technology management, and systems to the Office.
You’ll be seen as a trusted advisor to leadership teams, have extensive industry knowledge, including in both technology and knowledge management trends, as well as a demonstrated ability to prepare strategies and the ability to plan and deliver business requirements.
You’ll need to have a relevant tertiary qualification and a broad range of technical and business competencies and experience. You must also be able to get and retain a New Zealand Government security clearance at Secret level.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Tuesday, 19 November 2019
APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTION AT: www.jacksonstone.co.nz/jobs/6554
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Brent Robinson or Heather Church on 04 550 8000
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