Senior Research Analyst
Our Government client is currently seeking a Research Analyst in Information Management. The successful candidate will be a competent researcher with experience in information management and digital discovery tools, particularly in an archival context.
They will have the ability to prepare complex report including environment scanning and discussion papers. You will be able to undertake research on topics such as macro appraisal, digital appraisal and sentencing and recordkeeping maturity assessments.
- Undertake research into current and emerging issues and trends associated with the long-term management and preservation of government information in digital appraisal.
- Review whole-of-government guidelines and advice from other jurisdictions; and help test and recommend tools and systems to improve the management, appraisal and preservation of digital records.
- Contribute to governance processes that support the achievement of business outcomes, including effective planning, briefing, reporting, issues identification, resolution, monitoring, review and evaluation processes.
- Engage and consult with internal and external stakeholders to raise awareness of and seek advice on digital archiving issues and challenges and inform strategic planning.
- Fulfil all recordkeeping responsibilities in accordance with relevant Information Standards and associated guidelines.
- Undertake other duties as directed by the Director, Government Recordkeeping.
- Demonstrated ability to research and analyse information to identify issues, develop potential solutions and succinct, plain English advice to deal with information management and recordkeeping challenges.
- Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships, develop solutions and influence outcomes for information management and recordkeeping issues.
- Proven experience in independently researching, analysing, writing and reviewing significant whole-of-government policies and other strategic documents that improve the management of information in all formats.
- Demonstrated understanding of contemporary information management issues affecting Queensland public authorities.
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Vidya Sadawarte
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