Principal and Senior Policy Officers - Multiple Roles
Our Government Client is seeking to engage a number of Principal and Senior Policy Officers to join their Government Recordkeeping portfolio.
The purpose of the roles is to lead policy and research activities to develop whole-of-government strategies, solutions and advice on contemporary and emerging issues associated with the management of government information in all formats. These strategies, solutions and advice will assist government agencies to manage and preserve their public records.
- Develop and maintain strategic relationships with stakeholders including Queensland Government agencies and archival authorities to develop strategic policies and solutions to whole-of-government records and information management challenges.
- Undertake complex policy and research activities to develop and implement whole-of-government strategies, policies and solutions to improve recordkeeping maturity in government agencies, including digital recordkeeping.
- Participate, coordinate and promote engagement and collaboration activities to build and maintain relationships with government clients.
- Prepare discussion papers, reports and briefing notes covering current and emerging issues associated with records and information management including public records.
- Review whole of government policy and other strategic documents.
- Fulfil all recordkeeping responsibilities in accordance with relevant Information Standards and associated advice.
- Research, investigate and analyse information from a range of sources to explore new ideas and solutions.
- Progress significant policy initiatives including whole of government policies.
- Provide expert recordkeeping and information management advice to help overcome challenges facing Queensland public authorities.
- Possession of a tertiary qualification is not a prerequisite for this role however tertiary qualifications and/or relevant learning experience in archives, library, records management or information management discipline(s) would be considered highly desirable.
If this sounds like you then Apply Now! Or for a confidential discussion for more information please contact Rachael Byrnes or Donna Prince on 07 3319 7555.
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Contact Name: Rachael Byrnes
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