|Wellington, New Zealand
|May 22, 2020
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Information Management Coordinator New Zealand Police location Wellington.
Due to increasing demand for OIA responses, New Zealand Police is seeking two new Information Management Coordinators to join the Response & Operations Team at Police National Headquarters in Wellington. This role will see you responding to official information requests relating to National Operations, critical incidents and tactical options among other topics.
The role's primary function will be to respond to OIA requests, which involves providing the subject matter expertise, knowledge and capability to ensure the delivery of legislative requirements of Official Information Act (OIA) requests, ministerials and requests for information.
Coordinating the administration and production of OIA requests, ministerial and parliamentary questions, and other correspondence across the Response and Operations Group. Providing professional written draft responses to OIA, ministerial and parliamentary questions, and other correspondence for the National Manager Response and Operations and the work groups.
Providing administrative oversight and management of Police reporting tools and templates across reporting systems and contribute to audit processes as required. Assisting with Critical Incident situations by providing administrative support as directed. Providing administrative support to the Response and Operations work group including secretariat support, transcription and general office management.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a key area of Police, the Response and Operations Team, and to make a valuable contribution to organisational strategic goals. If you are a motivated and dedicated individual who is interested in becoming a member of our team we'd love to hear from you.
Skills & experience a high level of proficiency in communication and experience advising at all levels of an organization. You must have previous experience dealing with OIA requests and understanding of the OIA. Experience drafting official correspondence. An awareness of the handling of sensitive information. A high level of proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Demonstrated excellent relationship management skills. A high level of motivation, dedication, commitment, and initiative. A sound work ethic and a can-do attitude. The ability to work both independently and as part of a team.