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Paul Chubb




A senior corporate officer with substantial expertise spanning 28 years in the IT & T industries. Key career exposures have been gained

over the last 18 years working with a leader in public sector computing. Formerly the principal leading a strategic upgrade of ITSMF

practice based on ITIL v3.0. Core strengths include, server fleet management and architecture, web and gateway management and

architecture and open source preparation and deployment.





  • Pivotal player in the Australian Bureau of Statistics Change Management Change Program, involving:

    • Analysis and development of a range of stakeholder engagement strategies

    • Development of incremental change methodology enabling the achievement of a swift cultural shift

      at each critical phase of the program


  • Initiated a range of professional IT practices within ABS to share knowledge and promote best practice principles

  • Consulted and formulated strategy for the ABS replacement website

  • Formulated ABS response to OOXML paper






Jul 2010 - Present

Graduate Diploma in Education

Aug 2009 - Dec 2009

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Feb 2002 - Dec 2002

Graduate Certificate of Statistics, Victoria University.

Course consisted of 3 statistical subjects taught as 1 week intensives and a team research project. The course was tailored to ABS requirements. All four units were passed at the H1, High Distinction level.

Feb 2000 - Dec 2000

Graduate Certificate of Management, Canberra University

The course consisted of three subjects tailored to ABS requirements: Management Theory (CR), Human Resource Management (CR), Financial Management (DI)

1986 - 1990

Bachelor of Theology, Flinders University

Consisting of Majors in Systematic and Historical Theology, Biblical Studies and Computer Science. All Computer Science Subjects were passed with A grades. I attained the following prizes for Computer Science:


  1. IBM Prize for excellence in Computer Science (1st yr)

  2. Prime Prize for 1st place in 2nd year.









July 2008 – Sept 2009

Strategic Change Manager:

July 2007 – June 2008

Technology Services Division, Programme and Account Manager

July 2006 to June 2007

Director, Technology Application for Data Management:

Mar 2005 to July 2006

Director, Domino Administration and Internet Services:

Dec 2003 to Mar 2005

Director of Server Futures:

Sept 2003

Assistant Statistician - Technology Infrastructure (A/G)

Oct 2001 to Dec 2003

Director of Network Operating Systems:

March 1998 - Oct 2001

Director Office Computing

April 1997 - March 1998

Director Notes Administration





Strategic Change Manager

July 2008 – Sept 2009




  • Lead the reform of change management within the ABS including culture

    change, to align with ITIL v3.0.

  • Create a forward looking, collegiate culture of management of large

    strategic change.


  • Created a large strategic change roadmap and a process of agreement

    on those changes forecasting over four years.

  • Instituted a progressive change process that slowly aligned ABS change

    management processes with ITIL v3.0

  • Iterated a collaborative development of change management policy and


  • Created an ideas market

  • Led the Testing and Change Management Communities of Practice


Technology Services Division, Programme and Account Manager

July 2007 – June 2008


  • Management of the TSD Technology budget and programme,

    lead on the professional practice programme, a culture change

    programme aimed at creating a culture of professionalism around
    Communities of Practice.


  • Began the move to flexible programme management focused on agile
    response to emerging business needs

  • Founded and shaped professional practice in the ABS

  • Selected and championed the use of wiki technology

  • Laid down the culture and ways of working of communities of practice.

  • Mentored and encouraged staff in the new way of working.


Director, Technology Application for Data Management

July 2006 to June 2007


  • Leadership of support and maintenance of the ABS Information

  • leadership in development of an ISO 11179 metadata repository,

  • leadership of a publishing platform redevelopment.


  • Improved quality of SDMX publishing capability

  • Enabled publishing of SDMX v2.0 rather than v1.0

  • Moved to a 6 week development cycle from a 6 month cycle allowing
    better certainty in client planning

  • Delivered v1.0 of the first ABS ISO 11179 metadata repository

  • Delivered two releases of the ABS Information Warehouse.


Director, Domino Administration and Internet Services

Mar 2005 to July 2006


  • Managed day to day provision of the Domino and Domino related services.

  • Managed a work group of 27 staff.

  • Provided technical and management leadership in the ABS Internet
    Gateway Re-architecture and the Census Field Management
    Internet Gateway projects.



  • Delivered Census Field Management Internet Gateway as a crash project

  • Contributed to the architecture and design of the new ABS internet

  • Delivery of a high value Domino service.

  • Began the work to improve timeliness of Domino point upgrades

Director of Server Futures:

Dec 2003 to Mar 2005


  • Look at alternatives to Solaris on SPARC

  • Investigate alternative computing platforms

  • Account Manager for Tasmanian Office


  • Evaluated and ruled out IA64, Itanium architectures.

  • Established total cost of ownership models and reliability models for
    commodity hardware.

  • Selected Opteron over Xeon for best price/performance

  • Selected Linux (SuSE) as the best platform for Solaris replacement.

  • Investigated job scheduling (Condor) to create a scavenger grid on the
    ABS desktop fleet.

Sept 2003

Assistant Statistician - Technology Infrastructure (A/G)

Director of Network Operating Systems:

Oct 2001 to Dec 2003


  • Lead the windows administration team as they transitioned from Banyan
    VINES to Windows


  • Bedded down Windows 2000 server implementation.

  • Delivered and enhanced the file, print and windows application service.

  • Architected Regional Office High Availability Architecture which
    underpinned the IT Management and Support

  • Review and informed current work underway for Central Office High
    Availability Architectures.

  • Smoothly consolidated support for all Intel hardware and Windows Server
    OS in the section.


Director Office Computing

March 1998 - Oct 2001


  • Lead the teams responsible for deliver of services based on the Lotus
    application suite: Domino, Notes, Smartsuite and companion products.


  • Delivered the key business and knowledge management platform service
    for the ABS






  • Sponsor of the following communities: Communities CoP, Testing CoP, Change Management CoP.

  • Chair Change Advisory Board and Release and Deployment board.

  • Member of the TSD Performance Management Panel and Chair of same. 2004-2007

  • Coordinator for the TSD Christmas Shutdown process 2003.

  • Member (2003) and Convenor (2004) TSD APS6 Selection Panel.

  • Datacentre Manager (2003)

  • Restriction Allowance Delegate (2003)

  • Coordinator, TSD CA/AWA EL2 Discussion group (2005)