APS6 Senior Information Management Officer

Posted 10 June 2022
SalaryCompetitive
LocationCanberra
Job type Full time
DisciplineGovernment Federal, Government, Defence, Emergency
ReferenceJO-2206-482001

Job description

About the Organisation 
Our client is an Australian Government statutory agency whose role is to work in a collaborative manner with all Australian governments and blood sector stakeholders to ensure Australia's blood supply is safe, secure, adequate and affordable.
They are looking for an APS6 Senior Information Management Officer to join their team on an ongoing basis (s26 transfer is also available).

About the Role

You will be part of Information Technology Services, responsible for the provision of information technology services across the Agency.
The Senior Information Management Officer will contribute to the Agency’s information governance and facilitate the effective and efficient operation of the Agency’s electronic document records management system, including training and support of staff. The role will support the update and administration of records management policies and continue the implementation of the National Archives of Australia policy, Building Trust in the Public Record digital transformation initiatives.

We are seeking a highly motivated and driven team player, who is motivated to lead and enjoys working in a rapidly evolving and forward‑thinking environment. Our ideal candidate will be able to exercise initiative and judgement in relation to the interpretation of policy and in the application of practices and procedures. They will also provide technical, professional and/or policy advice in relation to problems and apply strong stakeholder engagement, negotiation skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills is strongly desired.

Although not exhaustive, the duties and responsibilities of this position will require you to:
  1. Manage the implementation and continuous improvement of records management policies, guidance and procedures in accordance with Agency policies, National Archives Australia standards
  2. Work in a collaborative manner to achieve team goals
  3. Propose and implement innovations within a culture of continuous improvement, with a particular focus on meeting the Building Trust in the Public Record policy targets
  4. Prepare and contribute to papers, minutes, presentations and correspondence
  5. Build effective relationships and achieve negotiation outcomes with internal and external stakeholders
  6. Contribute to Agency organisational strategy and culture
How to Apply
Should you be interested i this role please send your Cv via SEEK or call Francesca Avelluto on 0261627332 for a confidential discussion (or email favelluto@dfp.com.au)
Applicants must be Australian Citizens and be able to obtain Baseline Clearance.

DFP welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. In addition, DFP will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability throughout the recruitment process. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments to the application, recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please advise via adjustments@dfp.com.au or 1300 337 000 and indicate your preferred method of communication (email, phone, text) so we can keep in touch and meet your accessibility needs.

Note: You may be required to provide evidence of your COVID-19 vaccination status.