ICT Systems Administrator

Kaimahi Hangarau

He mea whai take te pûranga taonga nâ te whai take hoki nô ngâ mea tuku iho. Kei ngâ pûranga e puritia ana â tâtou kôrero, e toka ai ngâ mea i pâ ki a tâtou, kô wai râ tâtou, ko wai tâtou inâianei. He whakarangatira tâna i tô tâtou mana â-iwi me tô tâtou aro hoki ki ngâ tikanga a iwi ke.
Archives matter because history matters. Archives hold our stories, give us evidence about what has happened, who we were and who we are. They enrich our sense of identity and our understanding of our cultures.
Ngâ Taonga Sound & Vision is New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. They save and cherish the stories, creativity and history of Aotearoa New Zealand in sound and moving images and H2R Technology are proud to be partnering with Ngâ Taonga Sound & Vision to help them achieve this.
We’re currently looking for an experienced ICT Systems Administrator-Kaimahi Hangarau. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and supporting the Collection Services team, you will be joining a small ICT team responsible for the development and maintenance of their ICT systems environment.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Prior experience managing Windows, Mac and Linux platforms
  • Support end user technologies: O365, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, Telephony and Multi-Function Printing Devices
  • Installation and configuration of server, storage equipment and an understanding of those relating to moving image and sound file management, security, backups, networking, file sharing and data management
  • Ability to assess and understand the current landscape of systems
  • Ability to tailor your verbal communication style to non technical audiences
  • A degree or tertiary qualification in ICT or equivalent knowledge gained through relevant work experience would be highly advantageous.
In addition to technical abilities, we’re looking for people that have respect for Mâori tikanga and Te Reo Mâori.
A degree or tertiary qualification in ICT or equivalent knowledge gained through relevant work experience would be highly advantageous.
What is in it for you?
  • An environment that cares deeply about saving and sharing New Zealand’s audiovisual heritage.
  • Working with people who are passionate about what they do and are eager to share their passion and knowledge with others.
  • Exciting projects to get involved in.
With strong values of connection, creativity and conservation their purpose is to collect, share and care for New Zealand's audiovisual taonga. Our kaupapa expresses our commitment to the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and reflects Mâori and Pakehâ perspectives, language and aspirations. It guides the way we work with each other, with audiovisual taonga and with those connected with it.
To Apply:
Applications for this position will be strictly managed through H2R. To register your interest for this position, please ensure that you submit an application for this role via the ‘Apply Now’ Portal.
Applications close Saturday 4th July 2020.
For more information on the role or Ngâ Taonga Sound & Vision, please contact Sherena Dullabh on 04 4999 527 or via email on quoting reference number 26009.