- Develop information management standards and practices in alignment with the enterprise architectural plan
- Ongoing full time role – Clerk Grade 9/10,
- Multiple locations –Sydney CBD/Parramatta
The Department of Justice provides an effective justice system by delivering programs and services which contribute to building safe communities and the protection of rights.
Digital and Technology Services works in close collaboration with various business units to deliver a range of information and communication technology projects that support key business objectives.
About the role
The Information and Data Architect is responsible for the development of the enterprise data model, and aligning it with the enterprise data architecture
What are we looking for?
To be successful in this role you will hold Tertiary qualifications in information technology or similar, this will see you provide technical advice and subject matter expertise regarding the architecture development and optimisation of the Department’s ICT enterprise data, efficient use of resources, and integration.
Your advanced communication skills will see you work with senior stakeholders and subject matter experts in driving effective information management standards and policies across the organisation. Adept problem solving skills will assist you to develop data models that reflect current and future needs and provide seamless and low-risk migration whilst optimising business spend and efficiency. You will also have strong experience in (primarily) the design but also implementation and support of cloud based ICT platforms and services.
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To apply for this role please submit an application via www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au and attach an up to date resume along with a cover letter outlining how you meet the requirements and focus capabilities of the role.
Inquiries Contact: Janna Boulat, Principle Manager Information & Data Architecture – (02) 8346 1235 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 11.59pm – Sunday, 24 September 2017
A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary vacancies and is valid for a period of up to 12 months.