New Zealand’s State Services are highly regarded internationally. We consistently do well in measurements of trust, integrity and general performance. While we are good, we won’t settle for anything less than great. The State Services Commission is leading a once in a generation transformation to those services that really matters to New Zealanders.
Working for the State Services Commission means being at the heart of government – influencing and driving change. Our challenge is to lead and serve a high performing State services – working as one to achieve results. We undertake a range of roles from ensuring integrity and conduct of the system, through to identifying and developing future leaders.
If you want to truly make a difference for New Zealand or are interested in shaping the future of the Public Service then now is an exciting time to be part of the State Services Commission.
What’s in it for you
Our team works across the public service to support the attraction and development of talent. We are a small, agile, innovative team with a great culture. The role with provide you with the opportunity to broaden your perspective, and build your career in the State Services to make a real difference for New Zealanders and the people who serve them.
We will support you to excel by teaming you up with other high performers across the commission.
What we need from you
You will play a key role in boosting our talent information and systems capability. We need both a planner and an implementer – someone who can support and design enhancements in our Talent Exchange system (currently based on the cloud-based SAP SuccessFactors platform).
You will drive the development of our systems to build our intelligence about our leadership positions across government, as well as people. Ideally you’ll be a whizz at helping us to integrate HR data and produce meaningful talent analytics and reporting.
To be successful in the role of Talent Information and Systems Specialist you will need to:
Be a great team player and collaborator
Knowledge and experience in working with HR, talent management and/or learning and development information systemsDrive a better user experience for people who work for the State Services – streamlining workflows including career and development planning and position management
Bring specialist capability in data and analytics and information reporting which help us to tell a better story about leadership capability across the system, risks and gaps
Help us to build a strong future roadmap for shared talent information and systems that span multiple agencies, such as Talent Exchange, myLSP and Government Jobs Online, and a common capability for HR Information Systems.
To apply, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button below. Applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand. For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Duane.McKibben@ssc.govt.nz
Applications close 8.30am Tuesday 24th October 2017.