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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Information Studies, Wellington

School of Information Management, Victoria Business School

An exciting opportunity to undertake teaching and research of high quality in Information Studies within the School of Information Management whilst establishing relationships with external practitioner communities.

The School of Information Management (SIM) is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Information Studies to teach and conduct research of high quality, and to assist in programme development, particularly for the Master of Information Studies and the Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma in Information Studies programmes. Contributions to our growing undergraduate programme are also expected. You will be part of new teaching initiatives using a mixture of conventional face-to-face delivery along with flexible modes of delivery involving distance, online and a synchronous classes. The appointee will be an active researcher in his/her field with a clear record of research and scholarship activity and peer-reviewed journal publications commensurate with experience. We are interested in applications from individuals across the entire Library and Information Studies spectrum, especially those with Archives and Records Management expertise.

We are particularly interested in candidates able to teach in the following areas:

  • Managing Archives
  • Records Management
  • Preservation in the context of archives and libraries

Victoria University of Wellington is the only New Zealand university offering a post-graduate programme in Information Studies and as such it holds a special place nationally. It has successfully offered this programme for over 30 years. SIM is located in the Victoria Business School in New Zealand's capital city and is well positioned to develop close links with national institutions suchas the National Library, the National Archives and Te Papa Museum. For more information on SIM, see A completed or nearly completed PhD in arelevant domain is required.

Victoria University of Wellington is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi.

For more information and to apply online visit

Reference: 1289.

Applications close on Friday, 28 April 2017.

Senior Adviser Information Management, Electricity Authority, Wellington

  • Subject matter expert
  • CISO responsibilities
  • Development opportunities

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a dynamic and stimulating work environment. The Electricity Authority undertakes nationally significant work in developing the New Zealand electricity market, and in doing so values initiative, encourages analytical thinking and practice, and provides development opportunities.

In this role you will maintain and promote organizational policies and procedures related to records and information management and information security. You will assist the Authority in managing its information and data through its lifecycle and ensure all systems and processes support the organization’s needs now and for the future. You will lead projects that support information management and will undertake the role of Chief Information Security Officer.

An appropriate professional information or records management qualification and demonstrated experience and competence in administration of electronic databases and information management systems will be required. You will have a focus on providing quality customer service and have a strong understanding of concepts related to security and privacy.

The Authority is committed to its values of Boldness, Excellence, Openness, Integrity and People and provides an open supportive environment.

Job description & application form are available at:

Applications close 2 May 2017.

Archives and Library Manager, New Zealand Maritime Museum, Auckland

The New Zealand Maritime Museum Hui Te Ananui A Tangaroa provides a rewarding, enjoyable and unique discovery experience for present and future generations through the preservation and presentation of New Zealand’s maritime heritage.

We collect, display and present items of national, regional, local and general maritime interest in a way that stimulates interest and preserves the items for the benefit of the people of New Zealand.

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is recruiting for the position of Archives & Library Manager as a key member of the Collections Team. Our storage upgrade was recently completed and we have upcoming collection documentation and development projects. The jobholder will be a specialist reference librarian with responsibilities for archives. Join us as our premier location on Hobson’s Wharf, Auckland.

Learn more about the New Zealand Maritime Museum here:

See the job description.

Please apply in writing to:

New Zealand Maritime Museum

Hui Te Ananui A Tangaroa

PO Box 3141

Auckland 1140

New Zealand

Or by email at

Applications close at 5 pm on Friday 5th May 2017.

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