Hawke's Bay Regional Council is the regional authority for the Hawke's Bay region in New Zealand with key roles in environmental management and education; flood control and drainage; pollution and waste; and land, water and coastal management. Supporting approximately 150,000 residents, Council's vision is to enable a connected and vibrant region with resilient communities, a prosperous economy, and a clean, healthy environment.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council (HBRC) is now seeking a full-time Content Management Officer to join their Information & Communications Technology team in Napier, NZ.
Reporting to the Team Leader of Information Services, this people-focused role will see you responsible for providing technical expertise, consultancy and support services to internal and external stakeholders to enable the adoption and continuous improvements of technologies to meet the objectives of HBRC.
More specifically, your key duties will include (but will not be limited to):
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To be successful in this position you must be proficient in SharePoint (Online/2013 or later) site administration and possess significant industry experience with Content Management and/or Collaboration tools or technologies.
In addition, you must have technical experience in managing and supporting the Office 365 product suite (SharePoint, OneDrive, Skype and Microsoft Teams).
Most importantly, the ideal candidate will champion HBRC's CMC tools and information processes to both internal and external stakeholders. As such, HBRC is looking for a confident communicator with strong interpersonal and negotiation skills, a positive 'can do' attitude and the willingness to take on responsibility, be accountable and be decisive. You will have outstanding time management and task prioritisation skills, as well as a passion for technology.
As you will be the face of the ICT department, your customer first focus and ability to think outside the box will be paramount in providing top-notch support to resolve issues in a professional and timely manner.
An industry certification in mainstream content management and/or collaboration tools and technologies will be highly desirable, but not mandatory dependent on your experience.
With over 80% of employees consistently rating Hawke's Bay Regional Council as a great place to work in recent staff surveys, it's no wonder that the average employee tenure is 12 years! With a relatively small workforce in which 'everyone knows everyone' - Council has succeeded in creating a welcoming, fun and family-friendly environment for its people.
In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary circa NZ$60,000 - $72,000 (negotiable commensurate with experience). There are also fantastic opportunities for professional development and further training in this ever-changing role.
In addition, by joining Hawke's Bay Regional Council you will be moving to one of the most picturesque regions of New Zealand, offering the perfect mix of amenities, infrastructure, and natural surrounds.
If you're ready to take the next step in your ICT career - Apply now!
Hawke’s Bay is a region of New Zealand located in the east of the North Island on the Pacific Ocean coast. With a mild Mediterranean climate, summer is quite often sunnier and hotter than the average for the rest of New Zealand.
If there were two words that summed up Hawke's Bay it would be 'Wine Country'. Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s warmest, driest regions and this has made it one of the country’s leading producers of wine and apples. As well as being a popular stop on numerous NZ wine tours, Hawke's Bay is also known as an art deco city, having been rebuilt after the 1931 earthquake.
There is also an extensive network of high quality off-road recreational walkways and cycleways to suit all fitness levels, boutique artisan food stores, and a variety of museums and galleries.
With glorious beaches and a family-friendly community, the Hawke's Bay region is as welcoming as it is unique, with universal appeal for people from all walks and stages of life.