Systems and Information Analyst

At the Otago Regional Council, our mission is to support the sustainable management of our environment. We’ve recently made some transformational changes within our organisation, enabling us to focus on how we work together to be sure we can deliver on our promises and continually improve how we serve our communities. We’re not overstating when we say we have some big targets to reach, and now we need the right people, in the right roles, to help us to get there.

The Opportunity

Here in Otago we’ve got a pretty special environment, and ORC are committed to working with our communities to ensure it stays that way now, and for our future. Our Consent Systems and Administration team plays a crucial role in this, and they are currently on the look-out for a Systems and Information Analyst. The purpose of this position is to support the efficient operation of the systems used by the Regulatory group. In particular, the Systems and Information Analyst will become an expert in our consents and compliance system (Accela). They will map and improve process, improve reporting and work with our IT department to develop the system.

About You

You will be a person used to working with complex business process and data who enjoys getting into the detail of how a system works. Ideally, you’ll have a degree in Information Management or Technology, or significant relevant experience. We’re also looking for someone with experience with SQL Reporting Services.

So, why ORC? Well, we think Otago is an amazing place – to live in, work in and to visit. At the Otago Regional Council, we’re proud to be working each day, together with our communities, to keep it that way for our future.

If you share this passion and can align your skills and experience to what we’ve outlined above, we would love to hear from you!

Position Description

How to Apply

Please note, NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa is essential for this role.

Please complete the online application form for the position that you are applying for, attach your cover letter and CV detailing your relevant qualifications and experience and submit.

For further information, please contact Jac Grey, Recruitment and Learning Partner –

Applications will be processed upon receipt.

Apply online now >>

Applications close Wednesday 11th December 2019.

Please note:  If you are having problems submitting your details through the online form, please email




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