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Geospatial & Digital Assets Coordinator

Geospatial & Digital Assets Coordinator

Recruitment information for a Geospatial & Digital Assets Coordinator position at North East Water.

Position Information

Position number R23-24-75
Salary $104,078 to $116,623 plus 11% superannuation, depending on skills and experience
Hours per week 38
Location Regional Headquarters, Wodonga
Position enquiries Jason Cartwright, Manager Innovation & Technology on 0436 474 677
Applications close Please note we may choose to interview (and hire) applicants prior to the closing date. 
Applications close 11:59pm 9 June 2024.
Mandatory Requirements
  • Candidates must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or a foreign national with authorisation to work in Australia
  • Current Australian Driver's Licence


About the role

Are you looking for a career where you can make a difference? We have an exciting opportunity in our Digital and Business Innovation team! 

The Geospatial and Digital Assets Coordinator develops roadmaps for the digital assets managed within the team while delivering projects that consider and support the strategic and future direction for digital assets. 

This position plays a vital role in developing, maintaining, and monitoring the organisation’s Geographical Information System (GIS) by identifying, responding and resolving requests, problems, and challenges.

As a Coordinator you will lead, motivate, and develop the Geospatial and Digital Assets team.

This role is a full-time opportunity, including a monthly RDO and flexible work options. 

For further detail on the role, please refer to the Position Description below.

Key selection criteria

To be in consideration for this position please address in your application how you meet the following key selection criteria:

  • Experience in developing roadmaps for the delivery of business needs and future objectives through projects and initiatives, such as our geospatial system and future digital metering program.
  • Ability to maintain, monitor and develop the organisation’s Geographical Information System (GIS) system for operational needs and addressing problems and challenges.
  • Ability to identify and implement continuous improvement to standards, processes and development of systems and operating frameworks.
  • Ability to establish strong stakeholder engagement and relationships to ensure that business needs are met and strategic outcomes delivered to support the organisation. 
  • Experience leading, motivating, mentoring and/or managing a team.

Position descriptionApply here

Applications, including statements against the key selection criteria, must be submitted via the above online application form before the closing date/time. Applications via email will not be accepted. 

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