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Reference: 66983

Date Added: 21 July 2018
Closing Date: 16 August 2018

Job Title: Digital Policy Adviser

Working For: Government of Jersey

Location: Jersey

Salary: £57,107-£62,767

Job Details

As an advisor within the Chief Minister’s Department, the post-holder will support the Director of Digital and Telecoms Policy in developing policies across a range of areas, with the aim of advancing the States of Jersey’s digital agenda. In broad terms therefore, the post-holder will be working to help make sure that Jersey continues to be a safe, secure and successful place to live and do business in the Information Age.
This is to be achieved by collaborating with colleagues and stakeholders to support:
• The development and implementation of appropriate Policy and Strategy across areas of the Department’s responsibilities.
• The continued development of an advanced digital infrastructure.
• The Government of Jersey’s long term strategic aims to grow and diversify the economy and to manage economic risks.
In the first instance, the post-holder will assist with delivering the objectives of key strategic initiatives including: the Digital Policy Framework, Data Protection and E-Privacy Policy, the Cyber Security Strategy, and the Telecommunications Strategy. The post-holder will be required to lead on specific policy areas.
Note: the role focusses on developing and implementing jurisdiction wide policy in support of the objectives set out in the States of Jersey’s Digital Policy Framework. The post is not about making government more digitally enabled.

Closing Date: 16 August 2018

Interview/Start Dates

Sift and Interview dates and location will be in late August 2018 in Jersey.

Application Details

Apply online: https://www.gov.je/Working/JobCareerAdvice/Pages/details.aspx?nPostingId=9221&nPostingTargetId=43078 

Further information about this post is available from Stephanie Peat, Director - Digital and Telecoms Policy via email s.peat@gov.je or 01534 448139

Website: http://www.gov.je

Additional Notes