WA engineering firm seeks its first CIO
- 12 February, 2013 14:26
Perth-based engineering and construction contractor Clough is searching for a CIO to oversee the deployment of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and new technologies to measure and improve productivity.
According to the job advertisement on Seek, the candidate needs to have experience leading an IT team, delivering major IT projects, and supporting large mission-critical systems.
The CIO will also need to possess the ability to translate strategy into operational targets, the company said.
Being collaborative, solutions orientated, and innovative, as well as having a passion for customer service are also important qualities for the newly-created role, the company said.
The company said it is looking to hire a CIO immediately.
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