Information management

Information Management Graduates research emerging technologies, information management practices and trends and identify how these apply to their ICT agency/department within the Queensland Government. The information management Graduate liaises and consults widely to promote and market effective corporate information management practices. They maintain an up to date knowledge of government information policies and standards and legislative requirements.

Your responsibilities may include:

  • foster relationships with a wide range of stakeholders
  • contribute to research and analysis on information management public policy and strategy
  • review and draft operational policies relating to the management, deployment and use of corporate information
  • assist with the preparation of data and information reports, publications and presentations
  • contribute to writing briefs, submissions and correspondence
  • assist with projects, initiatives, administration and support.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • strong organisational skills and problem-solving skills
  • the ability to analyse and collate information
  • a high level of interpersonal and liaison skills
  • an ability to produce detailed and accurate work including high level writing skills
  • integrity be discreet and be able to maturely deal with sensitive issues.

Technical skills and qualifications

Knowledge of:

  • modern research techniques and project management
  • information management, information sharing and identity profiling
  • change management.

Understanding of:

  • Government writing styles
  • Project, data capture and research reporting
  • Risk management
  • Stakeholder engagement

Your degree may be in:

  • Information management, law, business, information technology or telecommunications.

Last Reviewed: 14 June 2019