Chief Information Officer (CIO) | Wellington
|Position Type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Attachments:|| ICT Chief Information Officer - Corporate Governance and Information April 2019.pdf (PDF, 503KB)
|Application Close Date:||06-May-2019|
- Diverse, large scale strategic ICT
- Key player across government
- Lead transformational change
As Chief Information Officer for the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) you will play a key leadership role in a range of large scale, strategic ICT-enabled initiatives that impact all New Zealanders. MBIE oversees around 80% of NZ's regulatory environment; including immigration, tenancy and employment services, consumer protection and many others. It also supports our economic development, tourism, all-of-government procurement, and is a key part of the central government system.
As a result its ICT is complex and multi-faceted with business operations throughout NZ and internationally. As CIO you will be responsible for overall leadership of MBIE's technology strategy and execution to support the broader organisational strategy and priorities. There will be a strong focus on transforming MBIE's ICT infrastructure and core systems to better enable business performance and delivery. Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive, Corporate Governance and Information you will work closely with the extended leadership team and be a key advisor to the CEO.
To succeed in the role you will be a demonstrably transformational leader with experience in large, diverse and complex organisations with significant commercial and vendor management focus. You will be well versed in the way technology can best enable business operations, and have strong change management experience. As a key public sector leader you will need to be an effective influencer and relationship builder. Success will be built on a balance of strategic acumen and pragmatic delivery.
To view a position description and organisational chart click on the APPLY button below in order to be directed to our on-line careers website. For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via our on-line process.
For more information call Amy Tea on 027 435 3000 or Robyn Redford on 027 498 9699.
Applications close at 5pm on Monday 6th May.