Chief Information Officer

  • Strong leadership.
  • Organisational-wide focus.

The Office of the Auditor-General (the Office provides independent assurance to Parliament, public entities, and the public that government entities operate and account for their performance as intended.

The Auditor-General employs staff in three business units – the Office of the Auditor-General and Audit New Zealand, with a shared Corporate Services Team. 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.

As the Chief Information Officer, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring that the Office realises the benefits of the investment it is committed to making in its information systems to meet its current and future needs in a rapidly changing environment.

A capable influencer and leader, you will be recognised as a trusted advisor to the senior leadership team. Your industry knowledge, in both technology and knowledge management, will support you in your ability to develop robust vision, strategy, and pathways for delivery.  Recognised for your communication skills you will build and maintain organisational momentum in pursuit of delivery of business requirements. Comfortable with change and experienced in vendor negotiation and management you will also be practiced in compliance, budgeting and business case and programme management.

You will need to have a relevant tertiary qualification and a broad range of technical and business competencies and experience. You must also be able to secure and retain a New Zealand Government security clearance at Secret level.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 8th August 2021




FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Simon Urquhart-Hayor David Hollander on 04 550 8000

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