Information Officers

Career Cluster: Coordinator
Information Officers are knowledgeable and effective communicators.

Information Officers play a crucial role in organisations by managing and disseminating information to various stakeholders. They work in a dynamic and challenging environment that requires them to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends in their field. Information Officers have the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people, including colleagues, clients, and vendors, which allows them to develop strong communication and interpersonal skills. They also have the satisfaction of knowing that their work contributes to the success of their organisation by ensuring that information is accurate, accessible, and secure. Overall, Information Officers have a rewarding career that offers opportunities for growth and development.

Possible Pathways
To become an Information Officer, you typically need a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as communications, journalism, or public relations. Additionally, training in data analysis, research methods, and information management can be beneficial. Many employers also provide on-the-job training to ensure that Information Officers have the necessary skills to effectively gather, analyse, and disseminate information to the public.


projected growth


size of field

Below Average

hours worked
Culture and Society
Interest areas
Most Common industries
Customer Service
Data Analysis
technology proficiency
core skills

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Projected Growth Source: Jobs and Skills Australia,, 2021 Employment projections for the five years to 2026.
Size of Field Source: ANZSCO 4-digit occupations: ABS Labour Force Survey, February 2023, custom trend.
Hours Worked Source: ABS Survey of Employee Earnings and Hours, May 2021, Customised Report.