Review and establish processes for a critical New Zealand system
Establish governance and communicate this with the business and customers
12 month fixed term opportunity
As Senior Analyst, Registration Authority, you will play a critical role in enhancing and maintaining the quality, integrity and security of information held in New Zealand’s Landonline system.
Landonline is the transaction centre for New Zealand property professionals and Territorial Authorities to carry out land transactions efficiently and securely online.
The security of the Landonline system is paramount. Licences and Digital certificates are vital mechanisms to ensure the security of Landonline and the integrity of New Zealand’s land records.
Your key role will be to develop a process which will provide information on breaches to the Landonline system. This will include trend analysis, root cause identification and an escalation process to manage and mitigate breaches.
You will identify internal training needs to improve awareness of security requirements, assess current processes, identify risks and opportunities and implement efficiencies. You will review key process documentation to ensure operational compliance with our contractual requirements, and implement changes as required.
You will also undertake project tasks and participate in system enhancement activities, including supporting and facilitating the training of both staff and customers. You will work closely with internal stakeholders to establish effective governance and communicate this with the business and to customers.
The successful candidate will have:
Experience in writing business reports based on sophisticated analysis
Process documentation experience
Experience working with information systems, particularly data extraction and reporting
Experience in building effective relationships
Customer centric critical thinking and facilitation skills to develop new ways of collecting, analysing and reporting data
An ability to pick up new systems quickly
At Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), we underpin New Zealand’s success with information about ‘where’ – that is, location information. It’s an incredibly diverse and exciting industry to be part of. From the best way to develop farm land, build a new suburb, manage a high country farm or navigate on land or at sea, our work and information helps people make better decisions and create economic, social, environmental and cultural value for New Zealand.
Apply online and submit your CV and cover letter outlining your skills and experience for this role. We are looking for evidence of how you meet each of the key selection criteria.
Applications close 5pm Thursday 5 November 2015.
For further information on this role please contact the Hiring Manager Tania Woodhouse on 07 858 5487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org