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19/331 DigitalNZ Community Manager

Employer:
Department of Internal Affairs
Job Category:
IT & computing
City/Town:
Wellington - Wellington
Region:
Wellington
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
Posted Date:
11-Jul-2019
Closing Date:
19-Jul-2019
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Job Description

Type: Fixed Term - from 23 July 2019 to 4 February 2020
Hours: Part time - up to 32 hours per week
Location: Wellington
Business Group: National Library
Branch: Information and Knowledge Services
Salary: $66,312-$89,715 *(pro-rata) *enter for part time roles

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Digital New Zealand | Ā-tihi o Aotearoa Community Manager

  • Telling and sharing DigitalNZ s story
  • Manage outreach, social media, and community engagement
  • Managing and coordinating website content
  • Be part of a fun, innovative, and agile team

DigitalNZ (www.digitalnz.org) makes New Zealand s digital content easier to find, share, and use. It is part of National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa which sits within the Information and Knowledge Services branch, the Department s epicentre of information management, culture, and heritage. Our branch is all about collecting, storing, and preserving important things that are precious to New Zealand.

The DigitalNZ Community Manager is responsible for working with, and growing, the communities of people who use the DigitalNZ search and data service. Community management activities are diverse and include: in-person outreach at conferences and workshops, writing and editing blogs and e-newsletters, daily management of DigitalNZ s social media, responding to the comments and activities of online communities, and coordinating content for the DigitalNZ website.

The Community Manager is responsible for delivering a range of initiatives which champion the clear, consistent, and open licensing of digital material, and also contributes more broadly to the work of the DigitalNZ team, particularly in the user experience design and testing of new tools and services.

We are looking for someone who has excellent verbal and written communication skills, can identify new communities in which DigitalNZ can make an impact, and is passionate about connecting New Zealanders with their digital cultural heritage.

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Applications close: 5pm, Friday 19 July
For more information please contact: Fiona Fieldsend. Fiona.Fieldsend@dia.govt.nz, ph 04 474 3015
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