Information Management Advisor
Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision care for and preserve an ever-growing collection of New Zealand’s films, radio, television, sound recordings, props and documents. As a Charitable Trust, we’re passionate about fostering stronger connections to our taonga and making these treasures accessible for Kiwi’s to enjoy and celebrate.
Our collection currently holds a diverse range of around 800,000 items, dating back to 1895; we think that’s pretty meaningful! We’re excited by the work we do to preserve the history of Aotearoa by making these collections available to researchers, the media industry, the museum sector, and anyone who is keen to discover the audiovisual stories of the past.
We’re looking for a talented Information Management Advisor – Kaitohutohu Puna Kōrero to join our supportive and social team.
About the role
This role will see you make your mark as you lead and implement the transformation of our information management strategy. You’ll have support from the business to make decisions and you’ll be seen as a trusted advisor when it comes to information management.
Your role will see you:
- Lead the business information architecture strategy
- Create and maintain information management policy and procedures
- Support enhancements of our Electronic Document System
- Confidently consult with the business and openly share your expertise
We’re looking for someone who is comfortable rolling their sleeves up and getting stuck into whatever needs doing on any given day. You’ll be excited by the idea of leading our information strategy as we strive towards becoming a sustainable, world-class archive.
We’re looking for someone with:
- Industry breadth, you have a great understanding of Information Management and where it is going
- Experience in data governance, having defined and implemented policies and procedures
- A consultative and pragmatic approach
- Respect for Māori tikanga and te reo Māori
If you have the skills and experience we’re looking for and are keen to join an organisation that cares deeply about saving and sharing New Zealand’s audiovisual heritage, we’d love to hear from you.
We’ve partnered with Kin to help us fill this exciting role. Please apply now with your CV and a cover letter, letting us know what excites you about our role and what you would bring to Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Or, if you have questions before applying, please contact Jamie Edmundson at email@example.com.