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Store Systems and Capabilities Manager
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API) is one of Australias leading health and beauty companies, with brands including Priceline Pharmacy, Soul Pattinson Chemists, Pharmacist Advice, and Clear Skincare Clinics. We are currently looking for an experienced Store Systems and Capabilities Manager who possesses a natural ability to manage people and technology across a time of change. The role is responsible for providing deep technical leadership and expertise in the management of API™s retail system portfolio and leading a culture of continual improvement. This role is key in ensuring support and maintenance of API™s retail applications and hardware, is seen as a subject matter expert, who provides advice to the broader IT team. The role enables effective support of our Priceline Stores in line with operational needs, IT™s vision and API™s business strategy. The role will bring the team along on the journey ahead while keeping them engaged and driven. The main duties are as follows Actively champion the interests of Priceline stores within IT and the broader API, ensuring appropriate focus and priority is given to customer-impacting issues Proactively engage with Priceline stores to understand current issues and challenges and to offer advice Drive to resolution customer-impacting issues that span multiple technologies or teams Delivery of effective training and guidance to stores to ensure the benefits of IT™s capabilities are realised Maintain a culture and process of continual improvement to optimise processes and automate functions Maximise the stability and utility of stores applications and infrastructure Ensure risk and escalations are managed and communicated efficiently and effectively Manage resources and third party vendors across incident, problem, change and release management Ensure strategy is aligned to business requirements, providing quality service delivery Provide thought leadership and a strategic roadmap for future application adoption, remediation, and integration. Required attributes include Minimum of 15 years™ experience in an IT support role across a variety of different environments and industries Minimum of 10 years™ experience in an IT or business leadership role in the retail or wholesale industry sectors Master of process that can assess the effectiveness of a business function and offer strategies to foster and develop improvements Effective leadership skills with the ability to inspire, coach and support people at all levels through change. Excellent understanding of and passion for the retail industry and emerging trends Demonstrated strong customer focus and service delivery experience Excellent stakeholder management skills with the ability to influence and negotiate effective outcomes Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both internal and external stakeholders Demonstrated experience managing third party vendors in delivering application support services, including monitoring and contractual deliverables and vendor performance evaluations Strong technical proficiency including systems experience, troubleshooting and problem-solving skills, and issue management in a diverse application environment Experience in developing retail support strategies, including application roadmaps, resource models and service improvement plans Proven knowledge and experience in managing technical teams providing support and engineering functions Investigative and research skills and well developed conceptual and analytical skills This is an excellent career opportunity to join a highly regarded and established company and be a part of a supporting and collaborative culture. API is committed to supporting the Workplace Gender Equality Agency requirements. For more information about API please visit our website at www.api.net.au
Camberwell Arcade, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia
Business Applications Manager
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Technical Leader, CRM
EnergyAustralia is one of Australias largest energy companies providing smart, innovative energy solutions for our customers. Were in an exciting transformation and are committed to becoming a world-class organisation with the customer at the heart of everything we do. The Customer Transformation Program (CTP) was established to develop and execute customer-led transformational changes to the EnergyAustralia (EA) business. The CRM project is part of the Technology œmust have scope within Customer Transformation Program. It is core in nature and a key success factor in building a solid platform upon which the future state customer engagement can be enabled. About the role In the role of Technical Leader your main responsibilities are to oversee and be accountable for the design, configuration and deployment of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution that has been requested by the business. It is expected that the role will require expert knowledge in CRM solutions including all integration points as well as prior experience with implementation of CRM and integration layer solutions. You will be responsible for Leading the technical delivery of solutions, ensuring alignment with architectural goals and business priorities Establishing design and coding quality framework and enforce practices in delivery Ensuring appropriate security roles are set up Ensuring coding practices meet agreed standards Overseeing unit testing and support User Acceptance Testing Building and maintaining strong stakeholder engagement and vendor management What we™re looking for Demonstrated similar Technical Leader experience and an expert in CRM and integration solution technologies with in a greenfield environment Strong understanding of end-to-end customer journey Must have strong experience and ability to design solutions to complex Business problems Must have a strong understanding of DevOps concepts and use, with experience working within an Enterprise Release Train and with Agile SCRUM Delivery Teams Outstanding leadership of development teams resources Exceptional stakeholder engagement and vendor management skills Interested? If you share our passion for making customers a priority, doing the right thing, leading change and want to be part of an organisation focused on making a positive impact, click the Apply button to submit your application. For a copy of the job description please visit our careers page on our website at www.energyaustralia.com.au Any queries not on this advertisement please contact Tania Quach tania.quachenergyaustralia.com.au or (03) 8628 162. Please ensure your application is submitted online and not via the email on this advertisement as there is an application form to be filled out as part of the recruitment process. Application will close on Monday 17th December 2018
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Deputy Director ITMS (Delivery)
5 years, fixed term, full time appointment Attractive remuneration package on offer Casuarina Campus Provide leadership and expert advice, ensuring the reliable and efficient delivery of all production solutions and services to the Charles Darwin University community. About Us Information Technology Management and Support (ITMS), provides a full range of ICT services to Charles Darwin University (CDU) and its extended community, to support and enhance teaching, learning, research and administrativebusiness activities. ITMS is responsible for the development andor delivery of the University™s information systems, ranging from small process orientated systems to major strategic enterprise environments. ITMS supports the outcomes of university staff and students, by promoting an effective shared services culture and providing strategic ICT leadership capability to realise the vision and goals of CDU. About the role The Deputy Director ITMS (Delivery) ensures the reliable and efficient delivery of all production solutions and services to the University community. This includes core infrastructure, data centres, local and hosted enterprise solutions and client environments. This role includes the management and oversight of all operational services and supporting resources, processes and frameworks. This position provides critical feedback in the development of appropriate solutions to meet business needs and works closely as a part of the ITMS leadership team to develop operational outcomes to support organisational strategy. Key responsibilities Manage end to end support activities for core ICT infrastructure including network, data centre and storage services. Manage the transition of new applications into BAU operations. Maintain and monitor IT operational performance Ensure the coordination of support services Monitor security, compliance and data protection Report on key financial metrics (forecasting and budgeting) Contribute to the strategic planning of information technology solutions in support of our IT vision. Lead continuous improvement and manage client demand in the delivery of solutions and business as usual services leveraging key ICT capabilities and skill sets and apply innovative thinking to process and service delivery. Proactively develop partnerships with all stakeholders to grow the reputation of ITMS as a trusted and valued business partner. About you We are seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic professional excited to develop and apply technology to enable dynamic educational, research and business environments. As a part of a leadership team comprising the CIO, Deputy Director Development and Programme Manager, your leadership and teamwork skills will be pivotal in delivering operational and strategic outcomes for the business. You will quickly understand the strategic direction of the business and be able to encourage innovation whilst understanding the commercial implications of projects or proposals. Broad communication skills along with your ability to negotiate with influence will be critical to internal and external stakeholder management activities and your personal resilience and ability to solve complex problems will enable you to effectively operate in a high tempo and dynamic operational environment. Skills and experience Tertiary qualification in Information Technology or demonstrated equivalent professional experience and training. Experience in IT systems management operations and experience in business change impact assessment with a focus on user experience to provide the best in class solutions. Hands on project management experience with familiarity working within structured methodologies like Agile, PRINCE2, PMBoK. Demonstrable experience in managing medium sized teams Strong IT service management experience with best practice working knowledge of ITIL Experience in the analysis and redesign of business workflow processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Knowledge and experience in process improvement for complex technical architecture including but not limited to operating systems, data communications and network support. What we will provide Great working environment as a valued leader Flexibility of a modern working environment Competitive remuneration package based on experience Flexible work arrangements To view the position description please click on the following link Position Profile For a confidential discussion, please contact Pat Gould, CIO Director on 08 8946 7151 or email pat.gouldcdu.edu.au Closing Date Monday 7 January 2019
Coconut Grove NT 0810, Australia
Data & Integration Manager
About Horizon Power Horizon Power is a commercially-focused, State Government owned energy utility that provides quality, safe and reliable electricity to more than 100,000 residents and 10,000 businesses in regional towns and remote communities across Western Australia. Our purpose is ˜energy for life™ and our strategy is to use our unique position as a vertically integrated utility with responsibility for the total energy value chain to achieve much higher levels of distributed renewable energy over time and deliver our customers more choice and more affordable electricity. The electricity industry is undergoing an exciting transformation how consumers want to receive electricity is changing and the choices they have are becoming much broader. At Horizon Power, we go beyond efficiency to provide regional and remote Western Australia with sustainable energy solutions in an increasingly renewable energy landscape. To do this we™re embarking on a digital transformation journey to integrate and automate our systems operations, customer and employee experience through revitalising our technology foundations and accelerating the adoption of new technologies into our energy business. We envisage a future where data ingested from every part of our operations to drive new business insights where customer choice drives their digital engagement experience with us and where our staff are empowered with the systems and tools to innovate and generate enterprise value. If you™re excited at the prospect of working in a disrupted industry, for an innovative organisation who is leading the way in renewable energy solutions, the Technology Group are seeking people like you to join us on our digital technology journey. About the role Reporting to the Manager Technology the Data Integration Manager is responsible for driving the data and integration asset management data source transformation data integrity data governance middleware integration, business reporting and data visualisations. Responsibilities will include but are not be limited to Ensure the direction, integrity and management for data assets across Horizon Power system platforms through the delivery of a Data Architecture identification of points of truth for all core information areas establishment of a corporate glossary of data common information model and establishment of a data governance framework. Oversee data flow, collection, availability and supporting ETL processes through the data management platform and data pipeline architecture. Ensure the direction, integrity and management for integration assets across Horizon Power system platforms through the delivery the establishment of integration standards design development of integration specifications and design, development, management, remediation and implementation of middleware components, tools and utilities required for the integration of data across all Horizon Power systems. Ensures the design and development of business intelligence reporting and data visualisations from Horizon Power computer systems and external sources to enable business users to make informed decisions. Contributes to the development of the Horizon Power IT Strategy as part of a broader Horizon Power Business Digital Strategy based on an understanding of business direction, external technical trends and vendor horizons. Contributes to continuous improvement relevant for the Horizon business and guides Technology capabilities and skills development to support adoption of future technology directions. Lead, coach and mentor employees to deliver on plan and build a high performing team Cultivates positive relationships through effective communication and consultation within Technology and with the business stakeholders, partnering with business to deliver Technology Business Portfolios Support best practice through developing and embedding sustaining data and monitoring key performance measures budget, resource and risk management and executing and managing contracts within approved frameworks Provides oversight of administrative support to the Technology Group and Manager Technology. About the person To be successful in this role you will have Demonstrated experience and track record for delivery in Data Integration technologies Data Management platforms master data management BI reporting data glossaries and data governance. Knowledge of best practice in data integration architecture, management and governance Knowledge of best practice in business intelligence data visualisation, management and governance Knowledge of Service Oriented Architecture Knowledge of relational databases and SQL server tools Pragmatic, flexible approach to data and integration design, delivery, management and governance Demonstrated conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills to interpret business contextdirection and align delivery of Technology portfolio of project accordingly Strong planning and organization skills - delivers to milestone dates, manages resources effectively, and can juggle multiple activities at once to accomplish goal Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills ability to present and discuss technical information in a way that establishes rapport, persuades others, and gains understanding Demonstrated ability to motivate and lead people, employing appropriate management styles Ability to work effectively and build relationships with people at all levels. Must be able to motivate team members to coordinate cross functional working teams across all areas of the business. A minimum of 10 or more year™s professional experience IT or similar, with experience in a similar role in a practical capacity, preferably in an organisation of similar size and similar complexity Experience working with business systems analysis capability to scope, assess feasibility and prioritise new demand for Technology solutions systems project services Proven success in facilitating and managing conflicting business needs requirements Self-motivated, decisive, with the ability to adapt to change and competing demands Experience in financial, resource and vendor contract management Knowledge of systems development methodologies, systems thinking, user experience design (Desirable) Knowledge and experience of the utilities industry (Desirable) Industry recognised data certification (Desirable) You will also share our core values of safety, integrity, team and customer which guide our decisions and behaviours and drive a high performance culture aligned to our strategy. Next steps If this sounds like an exciting opportunity that aligns with your experience and career goals, click on the Apply button below. Applications close 6 pm on Thursday 20 December, 2018. We reserve the right to withdraw this advert prior to the closing date. Horizon Power is committed to building a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
About Horizon Power Horizon Power is a commercially-focused, State Government owned energy utility that provides quality, safe and reliable electricity to more than 100,000 residents and 10,000 businesses in regional towns and remote communities across Western Australia. The electricity industry is undergoing an exciting transformation how consumers want to receive electricity is changing and the choices they have are becoming much broader. At Horizon Power, we go beyond efficiency to provide regional and remote Western Australia with sustainable energy solutions in an increasingly renewable energy landscape. Our purpose is ˜energy for life™ and our strategy is to use our unique position as a vertically integrated utility with responsibility for the total energy value chain to achieve much higher levels of distributed renewable energy over time and deliver our customers more choice and more affordable electricity.™ To do this we™re embarking on a digital transformation journey to integrate and automate our systems operations, customer and employee experience through revitalising our technology foundations and accelerating the adoption of new technologies into our energy business. We envisage a future where data ingested from every part of our operations to drive new business insights where customer choice drives their digital engagement experience with us and where our staff are empowered with the systems and tools to innovate and generate enterprise value. If you™re excited at the prospect of working in a disrupted industry, for an innovative organisation who is leading the way in renewable energy solutions, the Technology Group are seeking people like you to join us on our digital technology journey. About the role Reporting to the Solution Delivery Program Manager, the Change Manager focuses on the people and process side of technology change adoption with a strong user experience focus. The incumbent will create and implement change management strategies and plans to maximise employee usage of digital technologies, minimising resistance to adoption of Technology Group initiatives. As a result this will increase benefit realisation, enterprise value creation, return on investment and the achievement of business outcomes. Responsibilities will include but are not be limited to Lead Technology change management activities, applying organisational change management frameworks. Develop and deliver change strategies, toolkits and frameworks to maximise engagement, drive faster adoption, higher utilisation, and usage of digital technologies, minimising resistance to adoption of Technology Group initiatives. Develop an engagement program for the portfolio of Technology™s projects and other initiatives, ensuring communication is timely, targeted and effective. Develop a Technology narrative, incorporating security, business improvement and project work, which is delivered across the business thereby building the profile and presence of the Technology Group. Champion usage of personas, user experience centric design approaches and in the development of customer journey interactions in change strategies and engagement Evaluate and ensure user readiness prior to the technology solution implementation. Introduce relevant metrics to define and measure technology change success. Monitor change progress, track and report issues. Consult and coach project and operational teams, support communication and training efforts Identify, manage and monitor Technology change issues or problems as they arise Manage and coordinate production and content of internal communications to promote and communicate Technology™s major projects and initiatives, using Horizon Power™s existing channels. Manage the launch of new programs and services throughout the business. Develop and maintain effective relationships with stakeholders. Leverage opportunities to promote Horizon Power™s systems and processes. Ensure consistent and accurate branding of communications in line with corporate guidelines. Coordinate and implement process improvement reviews and provide facilitation to support changes About the person To be successful in this role you will have A tertiary qualification, preferable with a Business or Communications Knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools Five(5) years™ experience in designing and delivering change strategies, toolkits and frameworks Five(5) years™ experience executing change management activities Five(5) years™ experience executing engagement and communications plans Build and maintain relationships by engaging key stakeholders to establish credibility, solve problems, build consensus and achieve objectives Excellent people leadership, communication (written, verbal and presentation) and interpersonal skills Self-motivated, decisive, with the ability to adapt to change and competing demands The ability to initiate action rather than wait for direction to be provided You will also share our core values of safety, integrity, team and customer which guide our decisions and behaviours and drive a high performance culture aligned to our strategy. Next steps If this sounds like an exciting opportunity that aligns with your experience and career goals, click on the Apply button below. Applications close 6 pm on Friday 21 December 2018 We reserve the right to withdraw this advert prior to the closing date. Horizon Power is committed to building a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
Team Leader, Information Technology Services
This is a key leadership role within our Business Systems and Solutions division, which provides information technology, information management and continuous improvement services to the City of Salisbury. Leading the Information Technology Services group, you are responsible for the applications, infrastructure and information security domains. The City of Salisbury, conveniently located twenty minutes from Adelaide, has long been recognised as one of the most progressive and innovative local regions in South Australia. This reputation and sustained performance requires a dedicated team whose skills and commitment are matched by a supportive and outcome focused Council. The City of Salisbury is an innovative, values-based and award winning organisation with employees and volunteers who strive to positively impact our local community. We have a team spirit of helping one another succeed to be the best we can be. We are family friendly with flexible working hours. Excellent remuneration, free parking, salary sacrifice, purchased leave, professional development opportunities and a comprehensive employee wellbeing program are among the other benefits offered to our employees. Reporting to the IT Service Delivery Manager you are responsible for leading a small team of applications and infrastructure professionals that manages and exploits the business systems and solutions used by around 500 employees. You are responsible for ensuring business applications and the infrastructure that supports them are fit for purpose, secure and meet agreed service levels. Your Information Technology Services group works closely with the newly created Service Desk and Planning Business Engagement Services teams within the wider Business Systems and Solutions division. You will be an experienced information technology professional who has created and led successful teams that work collaboratively to provide the best possible levels of service to the people that rely on systems and solutions to deliver their services to their customers. You will have A degree in a relevant discipline or significant and considerable experience relevant to the role and demonstrated continuing professional development Demonstrated experience leading a team of information technology professionals in the applications, infrastructure and information security domains Demonstrated experience in an operational information technology role Demonstrated experience of IT operations, event, incident, change and service continuity management practices and processes Further information is available by accessing the attached Position description. Specific enquiries regarding this opportunity can be made to David Bevan, Manager Business Systems and Solutions on 0466 441 429 Click Apply Online to submit your application Applications close 9.00am Thursday 20 December 2018
Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Manager, Information Technology
Manager, Information Technology The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) is a not for profit, membership based organisation leading the way in surgical performance, professionalism and patient care in Australia and New Zealand. RACS is at an exciting time in its evolution with a new CEO and Executive Leadership team who are committed to creating a modern, relevant and forward-looking organisation. In 2019, RACS is embarking on a significant business and technology transformation programme that will future proof the IT ecosystem. We are looking for outstanding people to join us in this time of positive transformation. With service to our members at the forefront of our business, we strive to deliver business outcomes that are will enhance the contribution of surgeons to the broader community. Based at the top end of town we are within easy walking distance to trams and Parliament Station. The Role (Full time) We are seeking an exceptional, experienced IT Manager to head up our IT Department and provide strategic and operational leadership across all aspects of IT within RACS. As a capable leader, you will lead the three technology teams at RACS Applications, Projects and Infrastructure (circa 25 resources). This is an outstanding opportunity for someone who is passionate about the role of IT within organisations and who can provide the vision and leadership to enhance all aspects of IT across application support, infrastructure services and project delivery. This role will rely on your ability to build strong, collaborative and productive working relationships, and offers the opportunity to lead RACS™s strategy for the ongoing development and roll out of IT Systems. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the successful candidate will work closely with our Executive Leadership Team and other key stakeholders and governing committees. As the ideal candidate you will have A minimum of ten years industry experience, and a qualification or degree in either Information Technology, Science or Computer Science or Management Information Systems Minimum two years proven working experience as an IT manager or relevant experience Leadership experience in managing the provision of IT support services preferably within a non-profit environment Excellent knowledge of technical management, information analysis and of computer hardwaresoftware systems Comprehensive understanding of network architecture client server technology Expertise in data governance Excellent knowledge of software development, business analysis, data management, systems integration and IT systems. Excellent communication skills, strong customer focus and stakeholder management Experience in leading, inspiring and motivating a team of experienced IT professionals Demonstrable experience in working collaboratively across multiple stakeholders and the ability to develop relationships at all levels to influence and drive key outcomes Why Work At RACS? We value flexibility and recognise that employees are at their best when they have balance in their lives. Your sense of wellbeing will be supported by a workplace that values your strengths. Being at the top end of town we are surrounded by greenery and that is good for the soul. Interested? To apply for the role please submit your application by clicking on the œApply Now™ button and submit a CV and a detailed covering letter in Word or PDF format specifically addressing the following Your top 3 strengths and how these contribute to your success How your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role What appeals to you about working at RACS? Applications close COB, 16th December 2018. Interviews will commence on receipt of relevant applications so dont delay Enquiries can be directed to careerssurgeons.org however applications emailed to this address will not be accepted. RACS promotes diversity - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.
East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia
About Cognizant Cognizant(NASDAQ CTSH) is a leading provider of information technology, consulting, and business process outsourcing services, dedicated to helping the worlds leading companies build stronger businesses. Headquartered in Teaneck, New Jersey (U.S.), Cognizant combines a passion for client satisfaction, technology innovation, deep industry and business process expertise, and a global, collaborative workforce that embodies the future of work. Cognizant is a member of the NASDAQ-100, the SP 500, the Forbes Global 2000, and the Fortune 500 and is ranked among the top performing and fastest growing companies in the world. Our Culture Your passion, integrity and experience are integral to Cognizants success. You will be welcomed into a dynamic and expanding global leader in IT and Business consultancy where you will be valued for who you are. We take pride in our partnership with our clients, so your ability to add value and provide exceptional service to our clients are fundamental to your success. In return, you will be empowered with opportunities to develop your career and collaborate with talented colleagues in a supportive, diverse environment. Cognizant is hiring Environment Manager position in Sydney Roles Responsibilities Manage and maintain daily, hourly deployments and releases across all IT environments including but not limited to SIT, UAT, PRE-PROD (QA) and PROD as well as DR Knows and maintains the variations of settings across these environments Reformats and resetup clean build environments (i.e. able to reinstall the entire application where required), expectations are that the application team has a and deployment documentation for the individual. Otherwise it™s the team™s fault for not knowing. Prioritize said schedule of deployments maintains prioritization in the event of contention among shared resources Monitors deployments and determine duration of said deployment to report abnormality and ensures development teams are invoked to address abnormality e.g. schedule overrun, broken build Performs backup of environments prior to deploy and performs roll back in the event of deployment failure Takes development team to task for releasing a broken build for deployment Performs Deployment Assessment Tests (scripted or automated) to ensure that the deployed code works, and all systems environments that it should be integrated to can talk to each other from a networking standpoint To escalate to infrastructure team in the event of networking failure and to troubleshoot to closure with infrastructure team. Works closely with application team on release cycles to plan window accordingly Works closely with infrastructure team to ensure change requests are recorded and impact analysis understood prior to change To maintain configuration management of all deployment environment and integration diagram of each build environment per application ip address, DNS setting, default gateway setting settings and configuration file holding application specific parameters versions and patch levels of operating systems, application servers, services, databases (where applicable) manages list of services that can be contentious to the deployment e.g. protected folders written by antivirus or security controlled folders by the Operating systems public and private key required by the application includes TLSSSL certificates port hardening list of openclosed requirements. Skills Capabilities Operation System configuration item management including key folders, logging locations, security configuration covering all major operating system in use by Australia team (therefore, the more simplified the landscape the easier the task is, otherwise you need to hire more money for more skill sets) Moderate Operating system administration skills Moderate VMWare, Containerization and Azure administration skill set Moderate networking skills and troubleshooting (DNS, Network Routing, Active Directory, Firewall, reverse proxy, load balancer) Knows curl, ping, tracert, dnslookup, net host, ipconfig etc. Moderate Application environment setup skills i.e. knows where parameter and settings, logging file should be for OS, App Server, DB Scripting skills on Windows, AIX, Linux Execute script level ODBCJDBC database command line calls to determine whether service is up or down. Including rudimentary SQL e.g. SELECT 1 from SCHEMA.DB.TABLENAME Able to speak œapp, able to speak œinfra Skill sets surrounding DevOps tooling will be highly advantageous. But if he knows how to script, he doesn™t need them. Next Steps If you would like to express interest in role, please click on the APPLY button now. Due to a high number of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for a further discussion. We thank you for taking interest in this opportunity with us. For a complete list of opportunities with Cognizant visit httpwww.cognizant.comcareers Cognizant is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities. Successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
VP of Engineering / Chief Technology Officer - Software Startup
About Think and Grow is excited to be representing a truly remarkable opportunity to join a fast scaling software business tackling a highly complex problem that combines software, data, geo-location, hardware devices with a real-world physical service. With backing from a key investor coming in the form of money, infrastructure and resources this business has experienced more than 10 X growth in the last 12 months. The Role As the most senior technologist in the business you will represent engineering and technology as a key member of the executive team. Key to the success of this business is the scalability of the existing platform as such your technology strategy will need to take into account current and future needs with expected growth to be 10 X (again) over the next 24-36 months. Key responsibilities will include Team growth and happiness Platform technology strategy roadmap. Definition upkeep of ways of working API Strategy plan Influencing across commercial strategy including PL Enhancing Organisational culture We expect the successful candidate to bring the following skills and experience Demonstrated ability leading and building technical teams who have built high availability consumer facing or SAAS software products. 10+ years experience in software engineering, with a proven track-record of success in leadership positions. 12 months or more experience in a startup or pure play software business. Experience building and scaling multi-platform products across devices and regions (ideal). Expertise in delivery methods and building self-organised, Agile teams. Passion for software products and technology with a strong view on how software will impact the world. Bachelors of Comp Sci or Engineering (or relevant degree) This exciting opportunity will reward you with an opportunity to work on something truly remarkable as well as an attractive base salary, incentive and equity. If this role sounds of interest please apply using the link below.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia