2 permanent full-time roles
1 fixed-term, full-time to 30 / 06 / 2022
The Council are working to enhance our city and preserve its character while embracing innovation and change. With more people choosing the great southern lifestyle on offer, our city is growing and the CBD is undergoing the biggest redevelopment it has seen in decades.
As New Zealand's southernmost city we proudly encourage a good work-life balance and with direct flights, Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington are within easy reach.
All good reasons why working for Invercargill City Council is a great career and lifestyle choice.
The Council itself is growing too, and we are committed to supporting people to grow their careers while enjoying a healthy work-life balance.
We have a wonderful opportunity for someone who understands the importance and fundamentals of good information. In this position, you will join the team tasked with guiding Council through its next evolution in records and information management.
Multitasking and self-management skills are essential as you'll be simultaneously advising colleagues on the management of their digital information while also contributing to the processing, development and access services of the Council and Community archives collections.
This is an exciting time of change and challenges for the IM team so if you are a stickler for detail, don't mind a bit of dirt and dust, understand the value of information and engage well with a variety of people, we'd like to hear from you.
At Invercargill City Council we pride ourselves on our values - positivity, respect, responsibility and above and beyond.
Finding the right fit for our team is really important to us and we work hard to provide an environment reflective of these values.
The Invercargill City Council is committed to the wellbeing and protection of children, the elderly and vulnerable adults.
As a component of this role involves interaction with one or more of the above groups, as part of the assessment of candidates, we will require Police Vetting as per the Children's Act 2014 and a Pre-employment Alcohol and Drug Screening test to ensure we are providing a safe environment for our customers and members of the public.
With the current border and quarantine restrictions in place, successful applicants must be legally entitled to live and work in New Zealand.
While all applications will be reviewed, first priority will be given to those applicants who are currently residing in New Zealand.