Director Records Management

Director Records Management

Government Of Australia

Director Records Management

Details of the offer

The branch supports the Department of Home Affairs by working across all areas of the Department to ensure information is handled as a key strategic and operational business asset, managed in accordance with legislative and business requirements to support accountable and effective evidence-based decisions.
Major functions in the branch are managing freedom of information and records management activities to ensure the Department’s unstructured data is suitably handled as Commonwealth records as well as managing portfolio mail services.
Records Management Section:
The section provides practical assistance to business and operational staff on information handling practices and obligations through the development of policies and procedures, training and supporting business areas to information handling maturity. Section functions include driving digital transformation and delivering initiatives to transform the Department, s records and information handling capability.
The section is responsible for the procurement and management of contracts with service providers and supporting portfolio common administrative services which includes leading portfolio mail services
The key duties of the position include:
lead a diverse team of records and contract managers
identify and manage projects to enhance and transform records and information handling practices, knowledge and systems
manage the work of the team to meet multiple and changing deadlines
respond to highly-complex requests for specialised advice
manage internal and external collaborative activities, including across portfolio
oversee and develop records and information management policies, procedures, plans and strategies in consultation with clients and other stakeholders
design and implement
oversee the preparation of comprehensive high-quality reports for senior governance committees
build relationships with Commonwealth and state government
monitor political, environmental, strategic and operational changes in priorities that may have impacts.
To be eligible to work with the Department of Home Affairs you must:
Be an Australian Citizen
Fulfil the Department’s minimum requirements by satisfactorily answering all screening questions during the application process
Obtain and maintain the required AGSVA clearance
Obtain and maintain a current Employment Suitability Clearance
Undergo a health assessment (where applicable).
Mandatory (and where applicable, role specific) screening questions are used within the application to ensure all successful applicants meet these minimum requirements of the Department.

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