NSW Govt looking for more than 200 digital specialists
The NSW Government has commenced a recruitment drive to hire more than 200 digital specialists. The roles being recruited include 135 product/software/data/salesforce engineers and 70 content/service/product designers. Minister for Digital and Customer Service Victor Dominello said the NSW Government has one of the largest digital workforces in the country, and this additional investment will ensure the continued delivery of superior customer service.
“In order for us to compete for tech talent with the private sector, we need to demonstrate to graduates that the NSW public service is a dynamic, fast-paced and rewarding place to work. By recruiting additional engineers, designers, and frontline support staff, we’re fulfilling our promise of putting the customer at the centre of everything we do,” Dominello said.
Minister Dominello noted that the implementation of QR codes, Dine & Discover Vouchers and the delivery of business grants has revealed how important a world-leading digital product is for NSW residents. Minister Dominello added that this recruitment will ensure that the NSW Government continues to work towards making life safer and easier for people.
Service NSW is working on the digitisation of vocational licences and other transactions, including moving towards an integrated ‘tell us once’ model of government that securely shares details across different government agencies and departments with consent.
“You need to look no further than Service NSW to find a public sector organisation that defies the stereotypical view of ‘working in government’. Through organisations like Service NSW, the NSW Government is offering tech graduates the opportunity to work on a huge pipeline of transformational, customer-facing digital products and services,” Minister Dominello said.
Prospective applicants can learn more at www.service.nsw.gov.au.
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