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Geospatial Requirements Manager, Wellington

Published 2022-06-09
Expires 2022-07-09
ID #1036665093
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Geospatial Requirements Manager, Wellington
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Published June 9, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Geospatial requirements manager


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You are welcome to apply for as many civilian vacancies with NZDF as you wish. However, you must formally apply for each individual role. NZDF will not accept one application from you with an expression of interest in multiple roles.

Geospatial Requirements Manager

Vacancy Number NZDF-2011030

Region - Location

Category Geospatial

Total Remuneration $73642 - $90969 (including superannuation)

Applications Close Sunday 29 November 2020

Description This is a full time permanent (civ) position

What you will do
The Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Requirements Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating the GEOINT requirements received internally and externally. You will bring the detail into planning and aid in meeting the requirements.
 A typical day could include:
Meeting with the GEOINT team and wider intelligence networks to understand and manage their requirements;
Coordinating requests for information and imagery requests;
Assisting in identifying opportunities and priorities including strategic planning and exploitation requirements; and
Providing subject matter expertise for GEOINT capabilities.
Please note: You will be required to travel to Auckland from time to time.
What we need
To be successful in this role, you must be able to work independently but also collaborate as part of a wider team. You will own the process and workload, and be able to proactively self-manage and adapt to management systems and processes. 
You will also have:
Proven experience fostering and maintaining professional working relationships with a diverse range of partners and customers;
Well-developed analytical and research skills;
Prior experience from within an intelligence environment, with the ability to represent GNZ as a subject matter expert; and
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate technical information to non-technical audiences.
Ideally, you will have an understanding of the NZDF and the role of intelligence in both delivering operational success and informing strategic decisions.
Who we are
GEOINT New Zealand’s (GNZ) role is to provide imagery and geospatial intelligence to NZDF, supporting policy, planning, operations and training in order to meet NZDF outputs. GNZ is also the national and international lead for Geospatial Intelligence in New Zealand, providing imagery and geospatial intelligence to government departments and other customers.
Every hour of every day, 365 days of the year, the New Zealand Defence Force is contributing to the defence, security and well-being of Aotearoa / New Zealand. As a modern, professional military, it is our goal to maintain well trained, equipped and disciplined armed forces that can react to crisis at short notice. 
Why Us
NZDF is an inclusive organisation that is open to flexible working arrangements and welcomes applications from people regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age, beliefs/opinions, or family circumstances.
In return for your expertise, dedication and hard work, NZDF is offering remuneration reflective of your experience, along with:
Great benefits for you and your family ;
Fully funded life cover up to $300,000;
Access to holiday accommodation across NZ;
Variety, challenge and a chance to influence.
How to Apply
To view the Position Description and to apply online please visit our Defence Careers website, or use the links on this page. For further information, contact James Wilson on (09) 445 5644.
Please note: If you are an existing NZDF employee (excluding contractors) you must apply through our Internal Vacancies site, via the HR Toolkit.
Applications close on Sunday 29 November 2020.
Please note: Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand (NZ) and be able to obtain and maintain the required level of NZ Government security clearance for the position applied for. The minimum citizenship and residency criteria for security clearances to be granted by the NZ Defence Force are as follows:
Higher level Security Clearance
You must have been an NZ Citizen for at least 10 years. Alternatively, you must hold NZ Permanent Residence or hold a current NZ Residency Class Visa and have been a citizen of UK, USA, Canada or Australia for 10 years.
You must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret Special (TSS) security clearance. Ordinarily to obtain this level of clearance candidates must have 15 years of verifiable background history in countries where a meaningful background check can be undertaken and assessed as appropriate by the NZ Security Intelligence Service.
If you do not meet these minimum criteria, we will not be able to accept your application.
Use this online tool to self-check your eligibility for a Top Secret Special security clearance. Please note that this tool is not part of the formal security clearance process:
http://www.protectivesecurity.govt.nz/eligibility-tool

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