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Chief Information Officer, Sydney, Capstone Recruitment Asia Pacific

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220476
250 AU$
Chief Information Officer, Sydney, Capstone Recruitment Asia Pacific
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Chief information officer
Min. Salary: 200.000


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Leadership (CIO) position
Large Sydney Council
Transformational opportunity
Bayside Council are seeking a Chief Information Officer (CIO) to lead, inspire and manage Councils IT services and functions.Located in southern Sydney, the area which Bayside Council serves is a cultural mix of communities from Australia and all over the world. Stretching over 29 suburbs, a growing population of over 180,000 people and with key transport corridors between Port Botany, Sydney Airport and greater Sydney, change is everywhere, and opportunities abound.Bayside Council is committed to a positive, flexible and supportive workplace culture, where its people and customers feel respected and valued. To this end Bayside Council is seeking a CIO to lead, inspire and manage Bayside Councils IT services. This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative, outcomes focused individual to be part of a modern, dynamic organisation that serves the Bayside community well. About The RoleAs Chief Information Officer, you will be leading a significant team of talented technology professionals to ensure Bayside Council’s Information Technology capability remains responsive, compliant and operates to a high standard.This is a fantastic opportunity to in short, transform councils IT services. You will be leading significant transformational change in terms of organisational capability whilst all the time develop your own leadership skills. Key AccountabilitiesThe Chief Information Officer is responsible for the following:
Monitor changes or advancements in technology to discover ways the Council can gain competitive advantage
Developing and overseeing the IT budget
Ensuring IT strategies, architectures and processes support council-wide goals
Building IT capability and driving improvements in end user experience, cyber security, IT project delivery and technology ownership
Contributing to broader Council leadership
Developing IT policies, procedures and best practices
Articulating to Council and executives the benefits and risks of new IT-related projects

About YouThis is opportunity will suit someone who is keen on taking an active approach to IT strategy and operations and in the development of both an IT roadmap and digital transformation strategy. Key to your success will be the ability to build strong working relationships with other senior leaders whilst integrating IT with the rest of the council, including alignment to overall council strategy.With a proven background in both understanding and delivering great IT systems and customer experience, you will bring with you highly developed interpersonal skills and be well versed in responding to operational requirements whilst balancing the longer term strategic and operational objectives. Benefits And CultureWhen your work/life balance is in the right place then you work better and work happier. That’s why Bayside offer flexible work arrangements that include the following:
3 extra days off during Christmas each year
15 days sick leave each year
2 days health and wellbeing leave each year
Gym membership discounts
Additional parental leave entitlements for both parents
Two weeks additional leave per annum for Managers

A comprehensive remuneration package is offered as would be expected of such a leadership position.This is fabulous opportunity for an ambitious leader.For a copy of the comprehensive candidate brochure, please contact Gareth Broadrick on: [email protected] Date: October 4th, 2022

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