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Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington City
Business Group: Ministerial Services and Secretariat Support
Branch: Information and Knowledge Services
Salary: $108,555 - $146,868
• Join a high-trusted group that provides direct services and support to Executive Government
• Lead complex projects and initiatives to improve information and data management and capability across Ministerial and Secretariat Services (Ministerial Services)
• Manage key relationships within the Department and Parliament agencies, championing the needs of Ministers and their kaimahi
• Anticipate and respond to evolving customer and business needs, including the adoption of new technologies
Ministerial Services provides critical support to the Executive Government, including the Office of the Prime Minister. From ICT services to transport, press and private secretaries to national events, this function is mission-critical to the effective day-to-day functioning of the Government of the Day.
I am seeking applicants for the role of Director Information Management. The role reports directly to the General Manager Ministerial Services, with the successful candidate to be a member of the Ministerial Services Leadership Team. Key responsibilities of the role are to ensure that information management tools, systems, and policies keep pace with best practice and environmental and legislative changes for Ministerial Offices and Ministerial Services kaimahi; that relationships with key stakeholders are nurtured and maintained; and that projects and initiatives to improve information management are well managed and champion the needs of customers and users now and in the future.
This opportunity would be a great fit for an experienced programme manager and/or information and data management expert. A high degree of risk awareness and political nous would be advantageous. Discretion is a must. Support will be provided to the successful candidate to build relationships with key stakeholders across the department and Parliament agencies
Gaining and maintaining a Secret security clearance is a requirement of the role.
If you thrive on cutting edge projects, a genuine challenge, and knowing that what you do, you do for the good of New Zealand, we would very much like to hear from you.
We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. We recognise a diverse workforce contributes to better business outcomes. We are committed to creating a workplace where all employees have equal access.
To learn more about the diverse, important mahi we do at Te Tari Taiwhenua and see why we're a great place to work, click here.
We work to make New Zealand better for New Zealanders through our four outcome areas:
- People can easily access the services and information they need
- Iwi, hapū and communities across New Zealand are safe, resilient and thriving
- People's sense of belonging and collective memory builds an inclusive New Zealand
- New Zealand is a well-functioning democracy across central and local government
Applications close: 5pm, Monday 30 May 2022
For more information please contact: Briget Ridden, 0274335988, email@example.com
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Location: Central Auckland, NZ, 1010
Company: Auckland Council
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki strengthens and enriches our communities through art and ideas. The Gallery makes a major contribution to the cultural life of Auckland and Aotearoa New Zealand by collaborating with communities to offer inspiring art experiences that engage and challenge diverse audiences.
The Marylyn Mayo Foundation provides funding for an annual internship at Auckland Art Gallery to develop the skills of people committed to pursuing a career in art galleries and art museums. The E H McCormick Research Library is the research library at Auckland Art Toi o Tāmaki and is the most significant art library in Aotearoa New Zealand. For several decades exhibitions have been visually documented by Gallery photographers with these images forming part of the Library’s rich resources available to researchers. A digitisation project has now been identified to capture the various photographic media employed over time.
He kōrero mōu: About you
The Marylyn Mayo Internship offers training and work experiences to either:
- Postgraduate or recent graduate students who intend to pursue a career in art galleries or museums in the area of care and management of collections; the presentation, interpretation and communication of the visual arts; or research, access and discovery of collections
- People currently employed in an art gallery or museum, or who have had some relevant experience and have an ongoing commitment to working in this area and to their professional development
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
The 2022 Marylyn Mayo Internship project will work to undertake a documentation and image capture (digitisation) project on a collection of exhibition installation photographs held in the E H McCormick Research Library. The intern will be mentored by the Research Library and Archives Manager and work closely with the Librarian/Archivist, Photography Team and an external contractor.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of a project in the E H McCormick Research Library also working closely with specialists in the field of photography and digitisation of analogue pictorial collections.
The intern will work with the Research Library and Archives Manager and Librarian/Archivist to gather existing records, preparing this material for digitisation, discovery and access. The intern will assist with meeting crucial timelines for the project and contribute to conversations regarding the process of digitisation. Attention to detail, written and verbal communication skills are imperative.
This is a fixed term position of three months full time but can be worked for a longer period part time.
Please note: to be considered for this role you must submit a cover letter as part of your application outlining your suitability for the role; including any relevant experience and special interests. You also need to upload a copy of your curriculum vitae - including a list of academic or relevant courses undertaken, with results and qualifications.
For further information on the Gallery visit http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/
Applications close Sunday 29th of May 2022
Permanent position working 40 hours per week (Monday to Friday)
MTG Hawke's Bay is an exciting and dynamic organisation focused on telling relevant stories through exhibitions, public talks and other programmes to our local Hawke's Bay community and visitors to the region.
An opportunity exists for a highly motivated and skilled Collection Assistant to join MTG Hawke's Bay to join the team.
The successful applicant will be responsible for caring for, cataloguing and providing access to the Hawke's Bay Museum Trust's archive collection. Although this role has a specialised archive component the successful applicant will work across the entire range of collections assisting with care and access.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Proven experience (at least 3 years) in Archive related roles, managing and caring for archives
- Strong customer focus and experience in helping researchers find and access relevant material
- A tertiary education that is relevant to this role
- Competence in the use of the Vernon database and strong general computer literacy
- A highly professional manner with excellent written and verbal communication skills
- An awareness of bi-cultural issues as they apply to the museum and gallery sector
- The ability to work under pressure coupled with strong multi-tasking skills
- Good physical ability to lift, climb step ladders, reach above shoulder and below knee height
- A strong positive attitude with a focus on solutions
- Desire to help build a fun and highly productive work environment
- An understanding of Mātauranga Māori and Te Reo would be beneficial
If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!
We are an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status.
Our preferred candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment screening which includes drug testing, police checks, and for some roles, health screening.