Director Information Technology Services (CIO) – Parliament of NSW – Sydney – SES Band 1 (Australia)

Australia. #Sydney - NSW Government: Director Information Technology Services (CIO) – Parliament Of NSW – Sydney – SES Band 1. Job Description Organisation / Entity: Department of Parliamentary Services Job category: Senior Executive Job location: Sydney Region / Sydney City Job reference number: 0000ADHJ Work type: Full-Time Number of positions: 1 Total remuneration package: Total Remuneration Package from $203,286 to $227,389 per annum inclusive of superannuation guarantee contribution Contact : Kelly McFadyen, Executive Director Corporate Services 0447 901 665 Closing date : 28/01/2024 - 11:59 PM New year, new job? Are you a seasoned tech leader searching for a job with purpose? As our Director, Information Technology Services and CIO, you’ll play a pivotal role in shaping the technological landscape of our Parliament. Your mission is not only to drive effective technology services but to contribute to a larger purpose – making a lasting impact on our democratic processes through the strategic use of technology. You’ll be the bridge between technology and people, ensuring that our technology services align seamlessly with the needs and expectations of our stakeholders, enabling an effective parliament. This is an exciting opportunity to work with, and be supported by your peer in the Director, Digital Transformation, seamlessly executing digital projects into innovative effective services and products. You’ll be the driving force behind our digital strategy. In addition, as a key member of our executive team, you'll have the opportunity to influence and lead initiatives that go beyond the realm of IT, impacting the entire organisation. Ongoing full time – part time and job sharing options available. Parliament House, Sydney CBD with Hybrid work from home arrangements (maximum 2 days per week). Total Remuneration Package from $203,286 to $227,389 per annum inclusive of superannuation guarantee contribution About us The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is a specialist service department working to support the operation of the Parliament of NSW by providing logistical support and advice to members, the Departments of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly and the people of New South Wales. Enabling the Parliament, serving New South Wales: We demonstrate and foster in others a commitment to the five values of the Department of Parliamentary Services: collaboration, innovation, excellence, integrity and service. Our commitment to diversity: We welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds and encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI, people with disability, mature-age people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this role. To get a feeling of what it’s like to work at the Parliament of NSW, watch our video, 'The People's Parliament'. You can now explore the Parliament of NSW online in a new 360-degree virtual tour. About the position The Director Information Technology Services (CIO) provides the vision, leadership and governance of the digital strategy, architecture and services, in alignment with compliance requirements, best government and industry practice and in alignment with the strategic directions of the Parliament. The Director develops and maintains information and communications technology to enable the Parliament to achieve strategic and operational goals, and is responsible for the Parliament’s ICT capability, improving operational effectiveness in the delivery of services and delivering high levels of customer engagement and satisfaction. In this role you will lead a diverse team of technology specialists in a dynamic parliamentary environment. Responsibilities include: Strategic leadership: Drive the development and execution of a technology strategy that aligns seamlessly with our overall business objectives. Cross-functional collaboration: Collaborate with colleagues to ensure technology initiatives integrate seamlessly with other business functions. Engage with stakeholders at all levels, providing strategic insights on the role of technology in achieving organisational objectives. Customer-centric service: Create IT services that are more intuitive, user-friendly and aligned with customer expectations. Risk management and governance: Oversee robust risk management and governance practices, ensuring the integrity and security of our digital assets. Tech trendsetter: Stay ahead of industry trends by introducing innovative technologies that enhance our operations. Further information to assist you with applying for this position: Role Description Department of Parliamentary Services website NSW Parliament pre-employment requirements About you You are an experienced leader, accustomed to motivating a team to deliver a diverse technology service with a combination of technical expertise, leadership skills and strategic vision. You thrive in a dynamic, challenging and rewarding environment bringing your flexibility, agility and sound decision making skills to mitigate risk and take opportunities. Beyond your tech expertise, you excel in navigating relationships with finesse. You are experienced in empathising with diverse perspectives, influencing and negotiating, seeking compromise and bringing consensus decisions to a close. You will have demonstrated extensive experience at a senior level, preferably within the public sector or comparable complex organisation. High level financial skills to manage a budget and make sound financial arguments for technology investment. How to apply If you’re ready to merge your tech prowess with a purpose-driven career, apply by sending your resume (maximum 5 pages) and your Pitch for the role (maximum 1 page). Your resume and pitch will be the initial assessment method used to determine your suitability for this position compared to other applicants. Applications that do not include a resume and pitch cannot be comparatively assessed and are unlikely to progress to the next stage of assessment. Electronic attachments must be MS Word compatible or in pdf format. Technical assistance: Should you encounter any technical problems, please contact ‘I work for NSW’ helpdesk 1800 562 679 (Monday - Friday). Applications must be lodged online through Please note that the Parliament of NSW will be closed during the period 25 December 2023 to 5 January 2024 inclusive and responses to inquiries may not be as prompt during this period. Job Reference: 0000ADHJ CLOSING DATE: Sunday, 28 January 2024 [11.59pm] Job Closing Date 28 Jan, 2024. Publication: Tue, 16 Jan via #information #technology #director #nowhiring #australia

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