Bega Cheese recruits first IT head

 

To develop consolidated strategy.

Dairy company Bega Cheese is recruiting its first Head of IT as it eyes process automation and growth.

The company has advertised for an experienced chief information officer or IT leader to oversee two geographically dispersed IT teams from its headquarters in Bega, in south-eastern NSW.

The newly created role involves developing a consolidated IT strategy across the 1600-person organisation, and leading maintenance and enhancements to Bega’s software and hardware platforms.

Recruitment documents flagged upcoming enterprise resource planning and business intelligence projects.

Bega this week reported a profit of $15.9 million for the six months to December 30, up 13.6 percent from the previous corresponding period.

The company spent $10.8 million on capital projects during that period, including investments in infrastructure, capacities and automation and process improvement.

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