The Australian arm of market research and polling company, Roy Morgan, has started looking for a new chief information officer, following the resignation of its incumbent.
Reporting to the chief operating officer, the replacement for incumbent CIO Douglas Young will head up the company's IT infrastructure, as well as proprietary software development sold to customers.
An advertisement posted today stated the CIO would oversee major network and IT infrastructure upgrades, and would require specialist knowledge of .NET and SQL development languages.
Outgoing CIO Young had held the position for three years, according to a Roy Morgan spokesperson. The vacancy for the top technology job had arisen because he had resigned, they said.
Young had previously worked as an IT investment manager within the market research division of BAA, owner of several UK airports, including London's Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick airports.