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DFAT looks for new CIO (updated)

DFAT looks for new CIO (updated)

Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research also seeks GM of e-business division

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is looking for a new chief information officer with an advertisement for the position running on the Australian Public Service jobs website.

The Canberra based role is described as a "new leadership position" where the candidate will "play a pivotal role in developing and delivering the next generation of business-enabling capabilities".

The news comes as the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research advertised for a general manager for its e-business division.

According to the job description, the department is looking for somebody to:

  • Drive and deliver strategic, business-driven change in the management of the department’s ICT and information-management assets
  • Provide leadership and direction in aligning ICT and information-management services with the business priorities of the department and create a strong service-delivery culture.
  • Be accountable for the management of people, physical and financial resources and for the realisation of identified business benefits associated with the department’s ICT and information-management investments.
  • Lead and manage a large, diverse and geographically-dispersed team.

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