Office of Environment and Heritage searches for CIO

Office of Environment and Heritage searches for CIO

The CIO will lead the development and delivery of ICT services within a data-driven environment.

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is searching for a CIO to integrate its information assets and services to support the organisation’s business needs.

The OEH is offering a remuneration package of $232,501 to $253,500 per annum and a contract up to five years.

The Sydney-based, full-time role requires someone with experience in “developing and implementing ICT policy and strategy, business relationship management, the management of an ICT project management office (PMO), enterprise architecture, spatial technologies, data management and governance and liaison with national and state technology initiatives,” according to the advertisement on jobs.nsw website.

The CIO will work in a scientific and geospatial data environment, and will play a leading role in enabling business processes, incident management and improved operational outcomes.

Applications close on 5 May 2013.

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