Information Technology Services (ITS) The Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) at The University of Queensland provides an information environment that supports the teaching, learning, research and engagement objectives of the University and contributes positively to the student experience and the University’s reputation. It delivers network, systems and IT infrastructure support to the University, and enhances UQ’s capabilities through the deployment of new infrastructure, systems and application development. The largest central division within UQ and one of the largest employers of IT professionals in Queensland, UQ’s ITS Division has both breadth and depth across all aspects of technology.
ITS supports the University with many exciting technologies; artificial intelligence, robotics, IoT, cloud, high performance computing, data analytics, virtual networks, high speed networks and big data are just some of the technologies that are being deployed to support UQ’s dynamic environment and varied stakeholders. Also located within ITS is the internationally recognised network security group, AusCERT, which provides Internet security services throughout Australia and New Zealand. ITS manages core networks not only for the whole of The University of Queensland but also works with other Queensland universities by managing access to the national university network (AARNet).
ITS also operates research computing infrastructure and hosts many of the University’s largest servers. For further information visit our website www.its.
About This Opportunity This is a fixed term, full-time position to cover a period of staff leave. This opportunity is a part of a highly connected Records Management and Advisory Services team. The role supports our University people in their obligations for information governance, with a particular focus on record collections research, retrieval and lifecycle management, including the maintenance of a physical records warehouse facility.
Record collection research and retrieval involving both physical and electronic documentation is a key event. Requests for information will occur within complex scenarios which require strong information navigation skills and analysis, while upholding the security classification attached to the information. This service also demands quick turnarounds.
Importantly, the role requires a deep knowledge and mature skills in the use of Content Manager (TRIM) from a records governance perspective. Recent experience in the application of TRIM records disposal functionality would be highly regarded. Equally key is collaboration and negotiation skills with University stakeholders and clients in the complex processes attached to disposal of time expired records in accordance with legal requirements and the University’s policies while managing this process through TRIM functionality.
Our Ideal Candidate Our ideal candidate has: Demonstrated experience in complex records man....