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  • Software Development Manager

    Software Development Manager LiveHire offers an award-winning, cloud-based Talent Acquisition Engagement Platform. It dramatically accelerates the end-to-end hiring process through unique capabilities in candidate sourcing engagement, revolutionising the candidate experience and enabling businesses to thrive with talent on demand. At LiveHire, we live and breathe our values. Reach.Hire everyday we push a little harder and reach a little ˜hire™ united in our vision to empower the flow of the world™s talent Own it.Together We collaborate, consult, create and fall together. When we own it together, the sky™s the limit. Open. Honestly We fight for fairness and equal opportunity in the workplace. Everything we do, we do it with transparency through open conversations and the sharing of knowledge. Be Curious. Always Our team will seize every opportunity to find new and improved ways of working. LiveHires Development team is responsible for shaping the future of the recruitment industry by building and improving the LiveHire technology platform. So if you™d like to work with highly talented engineers, code like a founder, take ownership of a an entire product suite, work with the latest technology and play around with AIML ... this could be the role for you. This newly created leadership role at LiveHire that is accountable for a full product domain and squad, as part of the LiveHire platform. Our ideal candidate is an experienced people development leader and people manager who can lead a technical design discussion, collaborate, pair and mentor other developers, spike out new experimental tech and bring the team on the journey. You will also be accountable to co-creating amazing software with our clients, meeting delivery deadlines and work with the leadership team to scale our platform globally. Key responsibilities Manage a complete software domain and a team of engineers, testers, devops, product owners. Help the team to deliver on timelines, organise their work, through task planning and code reviews. Drive technical projects and provide leadership in an innovative and fast-paced environment. Be responsible for the overall planning, execution, and success of complex technical projects together with clients.. Work closely with the product management team to ensure were building the best product. Work directly with the Chief Product and Technology Officer and Founder of the company. Our tech stack AngularJS Angular Typescript Webpack MVC WebAPI C .NET Core SQL Raven DB AWS, TeamCity, Octopus, New Relic We are looking for a curious, empathetic and client-centric professional who is motivated by meaningful work and share our purpose of empowering the flow of the world™s talent. We love to meet people who resonate and align with our values, have a positive outlook, that are comfortable with ambiguity and thrive working in an ever-evolving and fast-paced business. So if you feel aligned to what we believe, the values we live by, the role sounds interesting and youve got the experience to make it a success... then wed love to hear from you

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Software Development Manager

    Software Development Manager LiveHire offers an award-winning, cloud-based Talent Acquisition Engagement Platform. It dramatically accelerates the end-to-end hiring process through unique capabilities in candidate sourcing engagement, revolutionising the candidate experience and enabling businesses to thrive with talent on demand. At LiveHire, we live and breathe our values. Reach.Hire everyday we push a little harder and reach a little ˜hire™ united in our vision to empower the flow of the world™s talent Own it.Together We collaborate, consult, create and fall together. When we own it together, the sky™s the limit. Open. Honestly We fight for fairness and equal opportunity in the workplace. Everything we do, we do it with transparency through open conversations and the sharing of knowledge. Be Curious. Always Our team will seize every opportunity to find new and improved ways of working. LiveHires Development team is responsible for shaping the future of the recruitment industry by building and improving the LiveHire technology platform. So if you™d like to work with highly talented engineers, code like a founder, take ownership of a an entire product suite, work with the latest technology and play around with AIML ... this could be the role for you. This newly created leadership role at LiveHire that is accountable for a full product domain and squad, as part of the LiveHire platform. Our ideal candidate is an experienced people development leader and people manager who can lead a technical design discussion, collaborate, pair and mentor other developers, spike out new experimental tech and bring the team on the journey. You will also be accountable to co-creating amazing software with our clients, meeting delivery deadlines and work with the leadership team to scale our platform globally. Key responsibilities Manage a complete software domain and a team of engineers, testers, devops, product owners. Help the team to deliver on timelines, organise their work, through task planning and code reviews. Drive technical projects and provide leadership in an innovative and fast-paced environment. Be responsible for the overall planning, execution, and success of complex technical projects together with clients.. Work closely with the product management team to ensure were building the best product. Work directly with the Chief Product and Technology Officer and Founder of the company. Our tech stack AngularJS Angular Typescript Webpack MVC WebAPI C .NET Core SQL Raven DB AWS, TeamCity, Octopus, New Relic We are looking for a curious, empathetic and client-centric professional who is motivated by meaningful work and share our purpose of empowering the flow of the world™s talent. We love to meet people who resonate and align with our values, have a positive outlook, that are comfortable with ambiguity and thrive working in an ever-evolving and fast-paced business. So if you feel aligned to what we believe, the values we live by, the role sounds interesting and youve got the experience to make it a success... then wed love to hear from you

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of IT (Private Health Insurance)

    At AIA Australia and New Zealand, our purpose is to make a difference in people™s lives through our customer value proposition centred on Life, Health and Wellness. Our vision is to champion Australia and New Zealand to be the healthiest and most protected nations in the world. Our firm belief is that by following our operating philosophy of doing the right thing, in the right way with the right people, the results will come. AIA Careers The Head of IT will be responsible for the strategic alignment and management of the Vendors to provide the myOwn PHI environment as well as the delivery of the strategic and business goals associated for myOwn. In addition, this role will be required to support and lead the team responsible for the day to day operations for the business ensuring that the many environments and processes they support are performing appropriately. We have a developing agile capability that™s looking to take things to the next level so this is an opportunity to bring your experience and ideas to help us level up This role will be required to work with internal teams as well as partners and vendors to ensure consistency and quality of delivery. Location Melbourne HQ, 509 St Kilda Road Melbourne (Tram Stop 25) - Commercial RoadSt Kilda Road This is the kind of people we are looking for A high degree of self awareness, we know you won™t be perfect we just need you to know it as well Excellent communications skills, we need you to be able to communicate with all personality types and different roles to successfully deliver change that supports the business™ strategy. The ability to build and develop a great team. We see this as one of the most important things you will do Focus on building strong partnerships between our delivery teams and our Business stakeholders. Proven ability to deliver value for our business and our customers through complex projects and diverse products. Solid track record in defining scope, identifying and managing dependencies, the value of WIP limits and using Kanban techniques to drive flow, addressing risk and issue management, and embodying the agile ways of working. Essential skills and experience we would like you to have. 3+ years Private Health Insurance experience Demonstrated experience in leadingmanaging a ITTechnology team Experience in the specification, vendor management, testing and implementation of system changes either from an IT or user perspective Demonstrated high level knowledge and experience of business applications, financials and processes Demonstrated high level knowledge and experience of applications, architecture and processes High levels of initiative with ability to deal with multiple projects simultaneously with conflicting priorities Exceptional verbal and written communication Demonstrated ability to write clearly and succinctly Prior experience working with Key Vendors and Suppliers eg HAMBS, e5Workflow, HICAPS, ISoftCSC, ECLIPSE, DHS, AHSA highly sort after. Healthier, Longer, Better Lives At AIA Australia and New Zealand, wellbeing is at our core. We understand that healthy employees are happy employees. That™s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing and flexibility including fruit box deliveries, recharge days and flexible work arrangements. We focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you™ll be nurtured and have every opportunity to reach your full potential. We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day. We™re an equal opportunity employer that embraces and values diversity and inclusion in our workforce. For more information please contact Jasio Dunford “ Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist via jasio.dunfordaia.com

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of IT (Private Health Insurance)

    At AIA Australia and New Zealand, our purpose is to make a difference in people™s lives through our customer value proposition centred on Life, Health and Wellness. Our vision is to champion Australia and New Zealand to be the healthiest and most protected nations in the world. Our firm belief is that by following our operating philosophy of doing the right thing, in the right way with the right people, the results will come. AIA Careers The Head of IT will be responsible for the strategic alignment and management of the Vendors to provide the myOwn PHI environment as well as the delivery of the strategic and business goals associated for myOwn. In addition, this role will be required to support and lead the team responsible for the day to day operations for the business ensuring that the many environments and processes they support are performing appropriately. We have a developing agile capability that™s looking to take things to the next level so this is an opportunity to bring your experience and ideas to help us level up This role will be required to work with internal teams as well as partners and vendors to ensure consistency and quality of delivery. Location Melbourne HQ, 509 St Kilda Road Melbourne (Tram Stop 25) - Commercial RoadSt Kilda Road This is the kind of people we are looking for A high degree of self awareness, we know you won™t be perfect we just need you to know it as well Excellent communications skills, we need you to be able to communicate with all personality types and different roles to successfully deliver change that supports the business™ strategy. The ability to build and develop a great team. We see this as one of the most important things you will do Focus on building strong partnerships between our delivery teams and our Business stakeholders. Proven ability to deliver value for our business and our customers through complex projects and diverse products. Solid track record in defining scope, identifying and managing dependencies, the value of WIP limits and using Kanban techniques to drive flow, addressing risk and issue management, and embodying the agile ways of working. Essential skills and experience we would like you to have. 3+ years Private Health Insurance experience Demonstrated experience in leadingmanaging a ITTechnology team Experience in the specification, vendor management, testing and implementation of system changes either from an IT or user perspective Demonstrated high level knowledge and experience of business applications, financials and processes Demonstrated high level knowledge and experience of applications, architecture and processes High levels of initiative with ability to deal with multiple projects simultaneously with conflicting priorities Exceptional verbal and written communication Demonstrated ability to write clearly and succinctly Prior experience working with Key Vendors and Suppliers eg HAMBS, e5Workflow, HICAPS, ISoftCSC, ECLIPSE, DHS, AHSA highly sort after. Healthier, Longer, Better Lives At AIA Australia and New Zealand, wellbeing is at our core. We understand that healthy employees are happy employees. That™s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing and flexibility including fruit box deliveries, recharge days and flexible work arrangements. We focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you™ll be nurtured and have every opportunity to reach your full potential. We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day. We™re an equal opportunity employer that embraces and values diversity and inclusion in our workforce. For more information please contact Jasio Dunford “ Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist via jasio.dunfordaia.com

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Development Manager - Business Products

    Development Manager - Business Products About Xero Here at Xero we are all about people and building beautiful experiences for our customers. Join our passionate team of technologists who love to learn and get involved in the community. We focus on developing solutions to make it easier for small businesses to grow through beautiful accounting software. With us you have a chance to have an impact on the lives and businesses of people globally. Working at Xero will provide you with a diverse and inclusive environment alongside people who will respect, challenge, support and mentor you to have fun while you do the best work of your life. We are a place where personal development, innovation, and change are not only inspired but also celebrated. We value our people and want them to enjoy and take pride in their work. About the role You will be working with several product groups in close collaboration with the Product Manager to realise the product vision. You™ll know you™ve made an impact when these groups deliver valuable high-quality software quickly and consistently to our customers and Xero is renowned for being a world-class place for engineers to work. As the Development Manager the focus of your role will be to provide both team and technical leadership. Therefore you will be responsible for Attracting, recruiting and retaining capable team members within our newly created teams and also building on and complementing the diversity of these teams. Promoting a safe environment for people to experiment, learn and grow. Working closely within our cross -functional team to cultivate a fun, rewarding, agile and results-driven culture that will live and breathe the Xero values Helping to ensure there is a clear shared vision for engineering within the team, and a road map on how to get there. This aligns with Xero™s global engineering vision and engineers believe in this vision and know how they contribute to reaching this goal. Leveraging off your engineering experience to mentor teams to build quality software Working closely with other leaders to deliver quality software and services that support the product vision and technical road map across the wider business. Owning processes and practices that enable the team to successfully develop, support and maintain our solutions About you We are looking for someone with a passion for building great products. Just as important as your technical experience, is the ability to be human and take ownership of your environment. We are so lucky to have excellent people to work with and offices to work in and wed love you to be a part of it. So for you to be successful as Xero™s next Development Manager youll ideally have some experience in Leading engaged and high performing software development teams while working on software delivery projects at scale. Utilising your passion for modern software development practices and keenness to use Agile methodologies to ensure your teams are operating in the most effective and efficient way through the utilisation of resource, information and communication. Balancing, communicating and prioritising the needs of individuals, your teams and the business as a whole. Coaching and Mentoring varied cross functional teams with the focus of learning and ownership within your team while being able to offer the right knowledge, at the right time, in the right way. Demonstrating leadership through the provision of objectives and goals with loose guidelines and directions through clear communication of expectations. And having an open mind regarding flexibility and new ideas. Keeping your team™s vision and our values at the forefront of decision making and actions. While making this a priority to the wider team and their day-today behaviours and activities. Xero is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity, foster innovation and reward success. If you want to come to work with friends every single day and help to make Xero even more special, please apply

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Development Manager - Business Products

    Development Manager - Business Products About Xero Here at Xero we are all about people and building beautiful experiences for our customers. Join our passionate team of technologists who love to learn and get involved in the community. We focus on developing solutions to make it easier for small businesses to grow through beautiful accounting software. With us you have a chance to have an impact on the lives and businesses of people globally. Working at Xero will provide you with a diverse and inclusive environment alongside people who will respect, challenge, support and mentor you to have fun while you do the best work of your life. We are a place where personal development, innovation, and change are not only inspired but also celebrated. We value our people and want them to enjoy and take pride in their work. About the role You will be working with several product groups in close collaboration with the Product Manager to realise the product vision. You™ll know you™ve made an impact when these groups deliver valuable high-quality software quickly and consistently to our customers and Xero is renowned for being a world-class place for engineers to work. As the Development Manager the focus of your role will be to provide both team and technical leadership. Therefore you will be responsible for Attracting, recruiting and retaining capable team members within our newly created teams and also building on and complementing the diversity of these teams. Promoting a safe environment for people to experiment, learn and grow. Working closely within our cross -functional team to cultivate a fun, rewarding, agile and results-driven culture that will live and breathe the Xero values Helping to ensure there is a clear shared vision for engineering within the team, and a road map on how to get there. This aligns with Xero™s global engineering vision and engineers believe in this vision and know how they contribute to reaching this goal. Leveraging off your engineering experience to mentor teams to build quality software Working closely with other leaders to deliver quality software and services that support the product vision and technical road map across the wider business. Owning processes and practices that enable the team to successfully develop, support and maintain our solutions About you We are looking for someone with a passion for building great products. Just as important as your technical experience, is the ability to be human and take ownership of your environment. We are so lucky to have excellent people to work with and offices to work in and wed love you to be a part of it. So for you to be successful as Xero™s next Development Manager youll ideally have some experience in Leading engaged and high performing software development teams while working on software delivery projects at scale. Utilising your passion for modern software development practices and keenness to use Agile methodologies to ensure your teams are operating in the most effective and efficient way through the utilisation of resource, information and communication. Balancing, communicating and prioritising the needs of individuals, your teams and the business as a whole. Coaching and Mentoring varied cross functional teams with the focus of learning and ownership within your team while being able to offer the right knowledge, at the right time, in the right way. Demonstrating leadership through the provision of objectives and goals with loose guidelines and directions through clear communication of expectations. And having an open mind regarding flexibility and new ideas. Keeping your team™s vision and our values at the forefront of decision making and actions. While making this a priority to the wider team and their day-today behaviours and activities. Xero is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity, foster innovation and reward success. If you want to come to work with friends every single day and help to make Xero even more special, please apply

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Technology and Delivery Manager

    Position summary FrontierSI (formerly the CRC for Spatial Information), is a not-for-profit applied research and innovation centre focused on spatial and spatial-related software and data projects. We lead our partners through the research, development and innovation process, minimising the risks while maximising the benefits. Together we ask the right questions, deliver excellent research and collaborate for success. FrontierSI is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. This position is for you if you are a curious, collaborative and forward-thinking professional. You are focused on simplifying the complexities around data management, spatial systems and analytics. You are happy solving interesting problems and communicating results to a wide audience. You have an excellent understanding of full stack development, DevOps and system architecture and you have experience coaching, growing and leading a team of technical people. The role involves both creating and owning technical solutions and ensuring that the work we do is technically robust, maintainable, simple and useful. You will participate in, coordinate and lead technology forums and training opportunities both nationally and internationally. You should be focused, independent and a good communicator who is comfortable producing written reports and providing oral presentations. You should also be a great colleague and mentor. The Opportunity FrontierSI sits on the cusp between research and innovation activities, and the operational environments of our government and private partners. This role involves leading a diverse team of developers and data scientists to formulate and deliver a wide variety of research, innovation and advisory projects to FrontierSIs many partners, working in partnership with our project management and strategy team. We have a diverse range of projects requiring leadership, from formulating new solutions through to improving operational software and infrastructure. Examples of projects likely to be the responsibility of the Technical Delivery Manager include Open Data Cube Community and Training The Open Data Cube (ODC) is an Open Source Geospatial Data Management and Analysis Software project that helps people harness the power of Satellite data. The primary focus of this role is in coordinating the ODC Steering Council as well as looking at ways to make the ODC more usable, accessible and responsive. In addition, this role will be developing training and education material for a large range of users both domestically and internationally, with a large focus on training for staff within the Digital Earth Africa project Value Australia Value Australia is a multi-million dollar project that will create national, automated land valuations data products, as well as software to analyse and interpret the data. This role would work in partnership with the VA project manager to coordinate a diverse team of data scientists, economists and developers, in order to create flexible data and software tools that can serve the needs of diverse users, from the an ASX listed bank through to state and local governments. Blockchain for Property Development Working with our partners to help develop a PoC phase focussed on proving the combination of Etherium, as the distributed ledger platform, and IPFS as the distributed file system platform can achieve the integrated functionality to support the property Development Approval workflow for state government. Our Ideal Candidate This role provides substantial technology leadership capability to FrontierSI, and you will need a combination of education andor experience in building systems to enable big data analytics, managing complex relationships, and managing complex technology and data driven projects. You will need the ability to work in partnership with other organisations (private and university) in order to deliver useful data products and technology to the market. To be successful in the role you will have Experience communicating between technical and non-technical audiences in a variety of fora. Experience managing technical teams and relationships. Ability to synthesize user needs and translate requirements into detailed task descriptions. Experience using cloud infrastructure including infrastructure as code languages. Effective time management, organisational skills and ability to work efficiently to tight deadlines. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Experience architecting and refactoring complex applications across web and desktop. Demonstrated experience leading technical colleagues. Ideally, you will also have Experience with Linux system administration, Docker and other technical infrastructure. Knowledge of and experience with version control and associated processes. Experience with Python, JavaScript and other programming languages. A spatial science or equivalent degree andor relevant industry experience. Experience working in the spatial industry. Duties and responsibilities FrontierSI has a small management team most people perform several activities within their role, and this position is no exception. The Technical Delivery Manager role is comprised of Technology and people leadership Technology and innovation delivery Partner engagement. To Apply Please send a cover letter addressing the role requirements in this Position Description as well as a copy of your resume and any open source contributions if available. Please email applications to Phil Delaney, pdelaneyfrontiersi.com.au. Closing date for application is 24 May 2019. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Technology and Delivery Manager

    Position summary FrontierSI (formerly the CRC for Spatial Information), is a not-for-profit applied research and innovation centre focused on spatial and spatial-related software and data projects. We lead our partners through the research, development and innovation process, minimising the risks while maximising the benefits. Together we ask the right questions, deliver excellent research and collaborate for success. FrontierSI is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. This position is for you if you are a curious, collaborative and forward-thinking professional. You are focused on simplifying the complexities around data management, spatial systems and analytics. You are happy solving interesting problems and communicating results to a wide audience. You have an excellent understanding of full stack development, DevOps and system architecture and you have experience coaching, growing and leading a team of technical people. The role involves both creating and owning technical solutions and ensuring that the work we do is technically robust, maintainable, simple and useful. You will participate in, coordinate and lead technology forums and training opportunities both nationally and internationally. You should be focused, independent and a good communicator who is comfortable producing written reports and providing oral presentations. You should also be a great colleague and mentor. The Opportunity FrontierSI sits on the cusp between research and innovation activities, and the operational environments of our government and private partners. This role involves leading a diverse team of developers and data scientists to formulate and deliver a wide variety of research, innovation and advisory projects to FrontierSIs many partners, working in partnership with our project management and strategy team. We have a diverse range of projects requiring leadership, from formulating new solutions through to improving operational software and infrastructure. Examples of projects likely to be the responsibility of the Technical Delivery Manager include Open Data Cube Community and Training The Open Data Cube (ODC) is an Open Source Geospatial Data Management and Analysis Software project that helps people harness the power of Satellite data. The primary focus of this role is in coordinating the ODC Steering Council as well as looking at ways to make the ODC more usable, accessible and responsive. In addition, this role will be developing training and education material for a large range of users both domestically and internationally, with a large focus on training for staff within the Digital Earth Africa project Value Australia Value Australia is a multi-million dollar project that will create national, automated land valuations data products, as well as software to analyse and interpret the data. This role would work in partnership with the VA project manager to coordinate a diverse team of data scientists, economists and developers, in order to create flexible data and software tools that can serve the needs of diverse users, from the an ASX listed bank through to state and local governments. Blockchain for Property Development Working with our partners to help develop a PoC phase focussed on proving the combination of Etherium, as the distributed ledger platform, and IPFS as the distributed file system platform can achieve the integrated functionality to support the property Development Approval workflow for state government. Our Ideal Candidate This role provides substantial technology leadership capability to FrontierSI, and you will need a combination of education andor experience in building systems to enable big data analytics, managing complex relationships, and managing complex technology and data driven projects. You will need the ability to work in partnership with other organisations (private and university) in order to deliver useful data products and technology to the market. To be successful in the role you will have Experience communicating between technical and non-technical audiences in a variety of fora. Experience managing technical teams and relationships. Ability to synthesize user needs and translate requirements into detailed task descriptions. Experience using cloud infrastructure including infrastructure as code languages. Effective time management, organisational skills and ability to work efficiently to tight deadlines. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Experience architecting and refactoring complex applications across web and desktop. Demonstrated experience leading technical colleagues. Ideally, you will also have Experience with Linux system administration, Docker and other technical infrastructure. Knowledge of and experience with version control and associated processes. Experience with Python, JavaScript and other programming languages. A spatial science or equivalent degree andor relevant industry experience. Experience working in the spatial industry. Duties and responsibilities FrontierSI has a small management team most people perform several activities within their role, and this position is no exception. The Technical Delivery Manager role is comprised of Technology and people leadership Technology and innovation delivery Partner engagement. To Apply Please send a cover letter addressing the role requirements in this Position Description as well as a copy of your resume and any open source contributions if available. Please email applications to Phil Delaney, pdelaneyfrontiersi.com.au. Closing date for application is 24 May 2019. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Enterprise Support Manager - Come Build with Us

    Are you a Customer Obsessed Technology Leader looking to manage a successful, growing team of cloud technologists? At Amazon, our vision is to be earth™s most customer-centric company. In 2006, we launched Amazon Web Services, giving customers access to the same cloud technology we built to serve millions of shoppers on Amazon.com. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering computing power, database storage, content delivery, and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Millions of businesses are using AWS cloud solutions to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability. To ensure your application is reviewed, please ensure you apply via our website here httpsbit.ly2GSX3ww The Role We™re seeking an Enterprise Support Manager to lead a distributed team of Technical Account Managers (TAM) based in Sydney and Melbourne. Our TAM™s are trusted advisors who help some of the most iconic businesses in the country, ensuring their long term success with our services. These range from rising startups building their business from scratch through to large enterprises going through significant transformation. The team provides advice on architecture, support strategy, project, and launch planning as well as ongoing operational issues. You™ll help craft and execute strategies to drive our customers™ adoption and use of AWS services. This includes a range of products including EC2, S3, DynamoDB RDS databases, Lambda, CloudFront CDN, IoT and many more. Watch a short video about life as in our Enterprise Support team here httpsbit.ly2AivWrM. As a leader you will Join a team of Enterprise Support Managers in ANZ Lead a team of Technical Account Managers (TAMs) teams to solve business problems Influence the strategic direction of your team and delivery of Enterprise Support to improve the customer experience Drive internal strategic communications Advocate for your customers and own their support experience Manage customer sentiment and recovery during service events, including executive engagement Assist with problem escalation and support your team in resolving critical customer issues Understand operational excellence in the cloud and help your TAMs make recommendations to customers Mitigate risks and remove blockers for your team and customers Grow you teams capability through people development and recruitment œThink Big, by creating mechanisms that allow us to scale while we continue to expand the team You™ll have a direct impact in enabling businesses across Australia gain the most value from cloud technology. There are plenty of opportunities to develop your management technical skills as we continue to rapidly expand in ANZ. You™ll also have the chance to receive mentorship and gain AWS certifications. Culture At Amazon Web Services, we dont mind being called peculiar. We have our own way of doing things. Were obsessed with customers, we see beauty in simplifying the complex, and were comfortable with being misunderstood. That might sound unorthodox, but our unusual approach and our culture - focused on removing obstacles so builders can build - are part of why our people enjoy working in AWS. We™re passionate about supporting the needs of our people and their family members. Benefits include Medical Cover, Employee Assistance Programs and Global Mobility opportunities. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Track record of leading highly technical, analytical, and service delivery professionals Previous customer facing experience with strong executive presence Experience designing, building, implementing, maintaining or supporting technology solutions for enterprise organisations Strong customer focus and bias for action and ability to work with remote teams. Experience working for an IT Vendor or service provider PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Experience influencing large enterprises Past experience as a systems administration, network engineer, or software development engineer Professional experience with AWS andor other cloud offerings such as Azure, Google Cloud Platform etc. To ensure your application is reviewed, please ensure you apply via our website here httpsbit.ly2GSX3ww

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Enterprise Support Manager - Come Build with Us

    Are you a Customer Obsessed Technology Leader looking to manage a successful, growing team of cloud technologists? At Amazon, our vision is to be earth™s most customer-centric company. In 2006, we launched Amazon Web Services, giving customers access to the same cloud technology we built to serve millions of shoppers on Amazon.com. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering computing power, database storage, content delivery, and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Millions of businesses are using AWS cloud solutions to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability. To ensure your application is reviewed, please ensure you apply via our website here httpsbit.ly2GSX3ww The Role We™re seeking an Enterprise Support Manager to lead a distributed team of Technical Account Managers (TAM) based in Sydney and Melbourne. Our TAM™s are trusted advisors who help some of the most iconic businesses in the country, ensuring their long term success with our services. These range from rising startups building their business from scratch through to large enterprises going through significant transformation. The team provides advice on architecture, support strategy, project, and launch planning as well as ongoing operational issues. You™ll help craft and execute strategies to drive our customers™ adoption and use of AWS services. This includes a range of products including EC2, S3, DynamoDB RDS databases, Lambda, CloudFront CDN, IoT and many more. Watch a short video about life as in our Enterprise Support team here httpsbit.ly2AivWrM. As a leader you will Join a team of Enterprise Support Managers in ANZ Lead a team of Technical Account Managers (TAMs) teams to solve business problems Influence the strategic direction of your team and delivery of Enterprise Support to improve the customer experience Drive internal strategic communications Advocate for your customers and own their support experience Manage customer sentiment and recovery during service events, including executive engagement Assist with problem escalation and support your team in resolving critical customer issues Understand operational excellence in the cloud and help your TAMs make recommendations to customers Mitigate risks and remove blockers for your team and customers Grow you teams capability through people development and recruitment œThink Big, by creating mechanisms that allow us to scale while we continue to expand the team You™ll have a direct impact in enabling businesses across Australia gain the most value from cloud technology. There are plenty of opportunities to develop your management technical skills as we continue to rapidly expand in ANZ. You™ll also have the chance to receive mentorship and gain AWS certifications. Culture At Amazon Web Services, we dont mind being called peculiar. We have our own way of doing things. Were obsessed with customers, we see beauty in simplifying the complex, and were comfortable with being misunderstood. That might sound unorthodox, but our unusual approach and our culture - focused on removing obstacles so builders can build - are part of why our people enjoy working in AWS. We™re passionate about supporting the needs of our people and their family members. Benefits include Medical Cover, Employee Assistance Programs and Global Mobility opportunities. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Track record of leading highly technical, analytical, and service delivery professionals Previous customer facing experience with strong executive presence Experience designing, building, implementing, maintaining or supporting technology solutions for enterprise organisations Strong customer focus and bias for action and ability to work with remote teams. Experience working for an IT Vendor or service provider PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Experience influencing large enterprises Past experience as a systems administration, network engineer, or software development engineer Professional experience with AWS andor other cloud offerings such as Azure, Google Cloud Platform etc. To ensure your application is reviewed, please ensure you apply via our website here httpsbit.ly2GSX3ww

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Manager - Infrastructure Operations

    Manager - Infrastructure Operations Company description Orica is the world™s largest provider of commercial explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas and construction markets, a leading supplier of sodium cyanide for gold extraction, and a specialist provider of ground support services in mining and tunnelling. Our purpose is to make our customers successful, every day, all around the world. We take pride in operating safely, responsibly and sustainably. Together, these enable us to grow and create enduring value for our shareholders. Founded in 1874, Orica has more than 140 years of experience and investment in innovation. We are the global leader in mining and civil services, with a diverse workforce of around 11,500 employees, servicing customers across more than 100 countries. Orica is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX ORI). Job description Orica is the world™s largest provider of commercial explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas and construction markets, a leading supplier of sodium cyanide for gold extraction, and a specialist provider of ground support services in mining and tunnelling.Orica has a diverse workforce of around 11,500 employees and contractors, servicing customers across more than 100 countries. Our purpose is to make our customers successful, every day, all around the world. We take pride in operating safely, responsibly and sustainably. Together, these enable us to grow and create enduring value for our shareholders. About the role The Manager - Infrastructure Operations Manager manages the IT infrastructure operations, HWSW assets, outsource, hosting and oftware vendors to ensure optimum delivery of services. Accountable for incident and problem resolution, capability management, documentation and operational reporting. This position also manages the disaster recovery platforms and processes and provides monitoring services and capacity management across all assets. What you will be doing Leadership Manage the prioritisation, scheduling and balance of workloadwork requests to meet required governance, SLAs and performance metrics and ensure effective utilization of a team of engineers or operators¯¯¯ System Governance Proactively, develop and implement maintenance and support processes to deliver efficient and effective support¯ Change Lifecycle Management ¯ Ensure Oricas IT Assets are lifecycle managed for software applications and infrastructure within area of responsibility including execution of patching activities and version upgrade Infrastructure Support Provide operational support to users for incidents and requests in a timely and effective manner to assist users in maximising the effectiveness of their compute platform¯ Vendor Management Manage outsource, contract and software vendors to ensure they deliver effective IT performance including review of SLA, performance and reporting¯ Assets Licensing Activities Provide oversight and management of the asset and licensing activities completed within the team which includes renewals, periodic audits, management of vendor audits and reporting on licensing compliance Asset Security Activities Ensure security and licensing requirements are met for area of responsibility What we offer The opportunities, facilities and environment associated with working in an international organisation Career paths that are totally flexible allowing you to specialise or become a generalist A diverse workplace where your unique abilities and talents will be recognised and encouraged Training programs, opportunities and initiatives to ensure your continued growth Competitive salary packages. Seeked profile Tertiary level qualification in IT related discipline or related industry qualification and industry experience. 10 + years in an IT infrastructure role¯ 5 + years™ experience in area of responsibility¯ 2 + years™ experience in a supervisory role within area of responsibility¯ Ability to understand and interpret complex business requirements and effectively translate into infrastructure solutions¯ Demonstrated success at managing infrastructure solutions that support effective continuity of business operations Strong customer engagement and relationship building skills¯¯ Excellent verbal and written communication skills with an ability to communicate to both technical and non-technical audiences¯¯ Initiative to anticipate situations and problems and ability to advise on appropriate workarounds and solutions¯¯ Leadership skills to manage Infrastructure Operations team members¯¯ Demonstrated financial management skills to conduct planning forecasts as well as accurately execute against those forecasts Asset management “ Contract review, lifecycle management Working knowledge of ITIL

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Consulting Practice Lead / Manager

    Do you have what it takes to join FAIR Consulting Group? Are you a technology enthusiast with a passion for learning and motivated by challenges? Are you enthusiastic about leading a team and bringing out their best by guiding and mentoring them? Are you known to be a trusted adviser, who customers look up-to? Are you a kind hearted person who believes in being socially responsible and giving back to the community? If you can relate to the above, we should be talking The Role We are growing and now looking for two motivated, passionate and ambitious Practice Leads to join the FAIR family in Melbourne as well as Sydney To succeed, you will have a local network from multiple clients, and have a hands-on technical background in consulting. Ideally you have lately worked as a Principal Consultant or as a Solutions Architect. Working closely with the Managing Director and other Practice leads to support, drive and provide value to our employees, customers and partners. As a Practice Lead, you will Actively coach and empower your team to commonly achieve their engagement and organisational goals, as well as promoting FAIRs shared vision and values Focus on opening new business opportunities with new and existing customers, lead pursuits to win new engagements Lead large and complex engagements or programs successfully, and manage engagement resource requirements and engagement workflow Act as a role model and encourage others to demonstrate integrity and transparency Actively drive and own RFQ and proposal processes Successful candidates will have 5+ years of consulting experience within SAP Hybris Java projects Strong local experience and connections Solid understanding and experience of agile delivery and end-to-end project delivery life cycles Experience from larger scale customer projects or digital transformation initiatives Experience with various Commerce, CRM and Marketing platforms Experience in mentoring and managing a team Excellent written, verbal and stakeholder management skills Australian Citizenship or Permanent residency About FAIR Consulting Group FAIR Consulting Group is an IT and Management consulting firm with a focus on Customer Experience Management (CEM). We help companies build an enhanced customer experience for their customers by expanding their IT platforms capabilities. Our clients range from big corporations to medium-sized businesses across multiple industries FAIR “ to our Employees, Customers, Partners and to the Community The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role where you had team and or line management responsibility? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Manager, Websites and Portals

    Manager, Websites and Portals The Manager, Websites and Portals is responsible for technical design, development, and maintenance of the Agencys web applications. The incumbent will lead a small team and will work with vendors, other partners and other Agency teams. The Manager will have demonstrated broad expertise in web technologies, user experience with an emphasis on interactive, real-time experiences, and workflow simplicity and elegance. Are you Looking for a health sector opportunity to manage the development of a key strategic web portal and corporate website? Looking to exercise your strategic platform management skills in a recently established and dynamic organisation with a critical role? Self-motivated and able to work independently to identify issues, perceives the relevant implications, and develop practicable solutions that add value? An excellent people manager and communicator with strong interpersonal skills, able to manage a diverse range of stakeholders?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Service Delivery Manager

    Service Delivery Manager ESSSuper is one of Australias biggest super funds with more than 132,000 members and over 29 billion in funds under management. Were continually seeking to enhance the way we work to exceed the expectations of our members and to meet the evolving demands of our industry. About the Opportunity Taking up the newly created position of Service Delivery Manager at ESSSuper youll play a central role in establishing and managing how the technology function engages with the business to service needs. Youll impact across 3 core areas Business Relationship Management (BRM) - Establishing and operationally running the BRM function. Acting as the key business interface youll maintain the service and request catalogue, coordinating and communicating progress. Oversight of the Technology Service Desk - From day to day oversight to driving the full span of delivery from the outsourced provider, youll ensure the service stays on track, meets business needs and is held to commercial account. Managing, administering and developing the use of the Technology Service Management platform (ServiceNow) - Developing the use of the tool to support ITSM processes, efficiency and effectiveness. About you Youll have a strong and broad background in the technology field with a particular flare for engaging with and understanding the needs business stakeholders. You will also have A high level of personal drive and a strong sense of accountability for results Experience managing commercial relationships with third party services and software providers in a manner that drives value, delivery and sustained success An innate curiosity for exploring how current and future systems and applications can be exploited to add value to the business Experience managing concurrent small and medium sized projects A strong understanding of ITIL and ITSM principles and tools A familiarity with superannuation and related business systems (Preferred but not essential) and, A tertiary qualification in a technology or business discipline. What we offer IMPACT - Your work will have meaning, serving the people who serve the community. We are passionate about serving our members and supporting them in getting the best possible superannuation and retirement outcomes. DEVELOPMENT - We foster achievement through the development of our people. Youll build expertise and agility that creates professional growth equips you to rise to the challenges of the future. FLEXIBILITY - Our benefits and work practices promote the health and wellbeing of our people. We value a supportive, inclusive and family friendly environment. RELATIONSHIPS - Being part a small organisation within a dynamic sector draws people to ESSSuper, the supportive work environment keeps them here. Youll build strong relationships and collaborate to continually strengthen the experience of our members. If this sounds like you please Apply Now. The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as a service delivery manager?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Network & Communications Manager

    Network Communications Manager Networking, Communications Security Team Leadership C-level engagement Join a highly-capable management suite Our client is a well-established Australian Organisation who have an overseas reach. A complex business focused on their dynamic customer-base, Networking, Communications and Cyber Security are paramount. To maintain their adherence to best practices and standards they are reviewing and uplifting their systems and processes as part of an over-arching Transformation. As such they need a talented Network Communications Lead with detailed knowledge and experience in complex networking landscapes. Working directly and leading a high performing team, reporting to the Director of Security, this is a stellar opportunity to œmake a name for yourself and implement real change. You will be heavily supported, but expected to take initiative to work independently and lead a team with the future in mind. This is a stellar opportunity to progress in your Management career in an organisation that is transforming and uplifting. Your Role “ Key points but not limited to¦ · Lead a highly-technical and capable team with in mind · Define the Networking Communications strategy on an enterprise-wide scale · Architect solutions in-line with the Network and Security transformation · Work alongside the Program Manager and Business Analysts on high profile initiatives · Collaborate with the dedicated Cyber Security team to mitigate risks and future-proof · Encourage and drive innovation œoutside the norm with IoT, M2M, automation, 56 and Wifi6 capabilities · Vendor management · Budget control You have · A strategic mindset · Innovative plans and ideas · A strong CISCO background · A passion for the latest and œbest of breed technologies · Architecture experience across designing and implementing network services · Leadership experience in a team of 4+ · A œhands-on technical background · A great understanding of Security principles and trends Rowben Consulting Information Technology specialise in IT. If you are interested in this role, or any IT related opportunities, please apply or contact Alexandra Jessop for a confidential discussion on (03) 9617 3904. Contact Rowben Consulting 03 9617 3900 Visit our Website www.rowben.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • National Operations Manager | BSA Connect Foxtel

    National Operations Manager BSA Connect Foxtel An exciting opportunity for a dynamic and innovative individual Competitive remuneration package for a high performing individual Ongoing support from a committed and friendly team About BSA BSA is a comprehensive technical services contracting company that has successful long-term relationships with our clients, founded upon a commitment to provide innovative, flexible solutions and a culture that promotes continuous improvement. Our clients and their customers benefit from BSA™s highly skilled, experienced resources and a responsive Executive Management Team, sharing the same objectives and ensuring a consistent approach, with safety remaining central to every action performed. At BSA, we care about people and the environment. We acknowledge our environmental, social and community obligations, and this contributes to an ongoing focus on safety and sustainability. BSAs geographic footprint stretches across 24 locations Australia-wide and growing. The opportunity We are looking for an experienced professional to take on a position of National Operations Manager. Reporting to the Head of Service Delivery, this role acts as the conduit between the three keys areas of our operation- the Supply Planning team, the OTD Command Centre and our Field workforce. They work to align each team and ensure we™re setup for success, providing the right levels of support on the day to enable our technicians to provide an exceptional customer experience. Responsibilities include To ensure all processes are adhered to, business plans built and executed within the required timeframes Manage our Supply Planning team to ensure we have adequate processes in place to achieve our KPIs and service level agreements Create and implement refined resourcing processes, plans and owners with a view to forecast 12 months out Ability to engage and influence stakeholders internally and with our clients to ensure buy-in to operating model and business plan with the goal of exceeding our business targets. Partnering with Insights and Analytics lead to ensure that all business plans and actions are data driven and aligned to resolving the root cause of any issues. Ensure adequate preparation of data and presentations for performance meetings with internal and external stakeholders Manage day to day operations of the ˜On the day™ command center, providing adequate field support and exceeding KPIs Provide administrative support to field leadership team by managing the customer complaints and damages processes Implement operating rhythm and business best practice processes across our office and field teams to ensure alignment and consistency to operating model Partner with the client to support the rollout of business and process changes to build and communicate a training strategy for our BSA workforce Lead and promote a positive HSE and quality culture across the business unit that results in high standards of HSE and quality performance and a safe work environment. Provide leadership to the team, ensuring high standards are maintained consistent with the company values. The successful candidate will have At least 5 years™ experience in a similar broad, stand-alone role with relevant qualifications and exceptional knowledge of high ticket volume of work environment Availability to travel interstate. Ability to present to internal and external parties including senior executives Focussed and hands-on professional with a natural drive to ˜get things done™. Able to appreciate problems identify, assess and implement solutions Excellent communication, stakeholderrelationship management, leadership and time management skills. Apply Now with your CV and cover letter. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of IT

    An incredibly exciting opportunity has arisen within an Australian owned and run organisation that continues to go from strength to strength. Working towards their 100 year anniversary, they need a Head of IT to join them as part of their strategy moving forward. This individual will develop the company™s strategy for using technology as well as ensuring the connection between people and technology is strong. The person will be a part of the Executive Leadership team and as such it will directly manage IT strategic plans, policies and projects so that the business accomplishes their goals. Duties Responsibilities Providing practical and cost-effective IT, ensuring that the technology and services are continually refreshed to overcome the high cost of legacy software and hardware. Managing costs and ensuring a within budget. Provide guidance and strategy around current services as well as look for new services that support the changes within the business. Build strong relationships within IT and cross functional teams. Work with and manage IT vendors to ensure agreed services are delivered in a timely manner while resolving disputes as they arise. You will look after two streams in Hardware (Network, VPNs, servers, routers, telephony, desktops, mobiles et al ) and Software (ERP, Business Intelligence, Payroll, HR, WMS et al). Responsible for the Disaster recovery process. Regularly review supplier contracts and services ensuring the organisation is getting value. Asset management of all IT provided assets. Experience Needed Experience in delivering IT business solutions and experience in managingleading a team which would mean at least 10 years IT experience and at least 3 years managingleading teams. You will have strong planning skills which will include budgeting, scheduling and project management. Have developed strategy for a previous organisation while ensuring technologies are used efficiently, profitably and securely. Able to communicate and articulate technical terms to non technical people. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Benefits 150k base (negotiable dependent upon experience) + Super + Benefits If this sounds like you then please apply now To see more jobs and updates follow Kaliba on LinkedIn - httpswww.linkedin.comcompanykaliba

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Practice Lead - CRM

    Practice Lead - CRM Empired represents an exceptionally talented group of people that deliver leading edge solutions to clients. We are utterly passionate about this, and we are equally convinced that Empired is an incredibly rewarding environment to work in. As Practice Lead for our Dynamics CRM practice in Melbourne, you will be responsible for leading and developing this specialist business unit. As the technical lead for some of the most advanced solutions being built globally, you will work closely with our customers and your team to plan, execute and deliver complex solutions in an exciting and rewarding environment. Working strategically with the management team to plan the business and to ensure we have the right approach and team to deliver the best outcomes for our customers, we will help you succeed in this role and move forward in your career by continuous professional development and career progression sessions. You will need to be a passionate, motivated and client focused leader in the Dynamics CRM world. You will be incredibly ambitious, and as a confident expert leader, you will be at ease presenting to a broad audience and enjoy sharing your knowledge with your peers. With at least several years experience leading teams with a focus on Dynamics CRM and solutions using Microsoft technologies, you have gained a strong understanding of these technologies with the ability to present these and their benefits to existing and potential clients. You will likely have in depth knowledge of, and exposure to coding methods and best practices, Dynamics CRM development and agile methodologies. Interested? Reach out today for further information. Perth Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Auckland Wellington Christchurch Dunedin Seattle Singapore empired.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role where you had team and or line management responsibility?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Partner Operations Manager - BI Software Vendor

    Partner Operations Manager - BI Software Vendor Opportunity to join a global leader in hypergrowth Pre-IPO Software vendor with established presence Lead and Run all Implementation and Sales Channel Partnes A rare opportunity exists for a Channel and Partner Operations Manager to join a leading vendor of Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Mangement software solutions. This vendor has tripled in size across APAC in the last 4 years which has led to the need for a Partner Operations Manager to come on board to drive initiatives with the existing implementation partner network while also identifying new partners. The role Work with existing implemantation partners to drive partner programs Identification and Recruitment of new partner relationships Ongoing liaison and improvement of existing partner relationships Collaboration with the Sales and Alliances teams to drive delivery of projects throught he partners Provide operational support to the overall business About you Previous experience in a similar or related role Proven track record of meeting and exceeding organisationalproject goals. Proven ability to recruit, develop, retain and inspire high-performance partner relationships and sales. Experience of direct and indirect sales channels. Proven ability to initiate and develop productive Business Partner relationships, including experience of working with the local operations of global Consulting and Systems Integration companies. Excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Excellent English language skills Knowledge of BI, CPM andor Analytics solutions would be an advantage. On offer is a competitive base salary commensurate with experience. This vendor wants the right person in the role and are prepared to pay what they need to (within reason) to secure a superstar. If you think you have the skills and experience outlined above, please forward your CV in Word format via the Apply button or Easy Apply If you believe you have the skills and experience outlined above, please forward your details using the button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Partner Operations Manager - BI Software Vendor

    Partner Operations Manager - BI Software Vendor Opportunity to join a global leader in hypergrowth Pre-IPO Software vendor with established presence Lead and Run all Implementation and Sales Channel Partnes A rare opportunity exists for a Channel and Partner Operations Manager to join a leading vendor of Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Mangement software solutions. This vendor has tripled in size across APAC in the last 4 years which has led to the need for a Partner Operations Manager to come on board to drive initiatives with the existing implementation partner network while also identifying new partners. The role Work with existing implemantation partners to drive partner programs Identification and Recruitment of new partner relationships Ongoing liaison and improvement of existing partner relationships Collaboration with the Sales and Alliances teams to drive delivery of projects throught he partners Provide operational support to the overall business About you Previous experience in a similar or related role Proven track record of meeting and exceeding organisationalproject goals. Proven ability to recruit, develop, retain and inspire high-performance partner relationships and sales. Experience of direct and indirect sales channels. Proven ability to initiate and develop productive Business Partner relationships, including experience of working with the local operations of global Consulting and Systems Integration companies. Excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Excellent English language skills Knowledge of BI, CPM andor Analytics solutions would be an advantage. On offer is a competitive base salary commensurate with experience. This vendor wants the right person in the role and are prepared to pay what they need to (within reason) to secure a superstar. If you think you have the skills and experience outlined above, please forward your CV in Word format via the Apply button or Easy Apply If you believe you have the skills and experience outlined above, please forward your details using the button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Test Environments & QA Manager

    Test Environments QA Manager Join a company investing in its employees and customers. Drive and optimize ways of working. Take ownership of our test environment strategy roadmap. About the role Join us to drive better ways of working across our Testing and QA practices. In this newly created role, you will have up to five direct reports and lead indirectly across multiple teams. You will own and execute on the strategy and roadmaps for Environments and Testing across Customer Markets (a business unit within AGL). Your key responsibilities will be to Lead across multiple teams and manage our testing, environments, capability and tooling whilst promoting best practices Drive innovation to optimize our testing practices across a diverse technology ecosystem Manage the strategy and roadmap for environments and testing Build quality in, implementing standards and evolving ways of working Engage with delivery teams to remove blockers and drive continuous improvement About you To be successful, you™ll have Experience in Testing leadership role. A strategic and innovative way of thinking to drive change to current practices whilst bringing the relevant stakeholders along for the journey. An understanding of testingsoftware development practices as well as experience across Azure environments and automation testing. Experience in Agile and Waterfall delivery methods in relation to testing activities. Top notch influencing skills and the ability to work with peers at a senior level to ensure high-quality outcomes. What™s in it for you? You™ll be working in an A-grade building with state-of-the-art activity based working facilities. Being supported by our new flexible ways of working. We call it Smarter Working. You™ll get the opportunity to work with some of the most engaged and innovative people in the business. Being exposed to more opportunities to advance your skills and career. Working in a company the size of ours the sky™s the limit for your career aspirations and we™re focused on investing in you. About us It truly is an exciting time to be part of AGL Energy as we lead the way in generating sustainable energy solutions for all Australians. With a heritage of over 180 years and listed in the top 50 companies on the ASX, AGL offers a genuinely diverse, safe and supportive work environment, where actions not words fosters a culture of achievement and personal development. Come with us on a journey of exploration and creativity, doing the same things differently, better, faster by encompassing innovation and passion for a more sustainable world.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of Data

    About us At iSelect, we™re passionate about helping Australians reduce their household bills and save money, time and effort. We are Australia™s go-to destination for comparison across insurance, utilities and personal finance products made available from our range of providers. We compare from a wide range of Australia™s leading brands and our highly trained consultants help customers compare, select and save. We operate in a growth-orientated, agile and progressive environment that fosters innovation and rewards success. Our staff have high levels of empowerment and accountability which are underpinned by a pragmatic, down-to-earth approach. What you do As Head of Data you will be responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction of data assets and for the strategies by which we leverage insights and empower data-driven decision making. Role accountabilities will include Overseeing strategy for data integration and data pipelines. Defining and growing enterprise-wide BI and analytics reporting. Providing leadership on data-driven decisions with visual transparent metrics for planning, forecasting and real-time execution. Managing the Data Science team to develop and implement ML and AI applications according to lean agile design practices. Data governance and compliance requirements. Collaborate with other teams and functions on strategic use of information, data and analytics. Financial performance and ROI of data functions. What you need Extensive experience leading Data Delivery, Architecture andor Data Support and Operation teams in broad and complex organisations Experience in Data Warehousing, Data Modelling, Cloud Solutions and Data Governance Experience in delivering Customer MarketingData Solutions, an understanding of single view of customer concepts Experience building up a data eco system from a foundation capability to then enable advanced analytics, machine learning and AI capabilities. An understanding of how to enforce IT controls, Data Protection and apply design principles to protect the data assets. Proven people leader, with experience in building and leading a team through change Experience in the commercialisation of data offerings and accountable for financial performance of a data team 10 years experience in Data and Analytics What™s in it for you Work with a team of highly energised, motivated and driven professionals 3 recharge days per year (yes, in addition to your annual leave) A free coffee each day, a funky café and a state-of-the-art work space Supportive and Flexible work environment Great company culture and work environment An impressive Employee Benefits Program with many corporate discounts and goodies If you are someone who fosters team spirit, has resilience and aspires to continue learning and developing their skills to drive commercial outcomes, you will have tremendous success in helping us achieve our progressive growth agendas. High energy levels and a love of having fun are also important to working in this energetic business. No agencies please

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of Data

    About us At iSelect, we™re passionate about helping Australians reduce their household bills and save money, time and effort. We are Australia™s go-to destination for comparison across insurance, utilities and personal finance products made available from our range of providers. We compare from a wide range of Australia™s leading brands and our highly trained consultants help customers compare, select and save. We operate in a growth-orientated, agile and progressive environment that fosters innovation and rewards success. Our staff have high levels of empowerment and accountability which are underpinned by a pragmatic, down-to-earth approach. What you do As Head of Data you will be responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction of data assets and for the strategies by which we leverage insights and empower data-driven decision making. Role accountabilities will include Overseeing strategy for data integration and data pipelines. Defining and growing enterprise-wide BI and analytics reporting. Providing leadership on data-driven decisions with visual transparent metrics for planning, forecasting and real-time execution. Managing the Data Science team to develop and implement ML and AI applications according to lean agile design practices. Data governance and compliance requirements. Collaborate with other teams and functions on strategic use of information, data and analytics. Financial performance and ROI of data functions. What you need Extensive experience leading Data Delivery, Architecture andor Data Support and Operation teams in broad and complex organisations Experience in Data Warehousing, Data Modelling, Cloud Solutions and Data Governance Experience in delivering Customer MarketingData Solutions, an understanding of single view of customer concepts Experience building up a data eco system from a foundation capability to then enable advanced analytics, machine learning and AI capabilities. An understanding of how to enforce IT controls, Data Protection and apply design principles to protect the data assets. Proven people leader, with experience in building and leading a team through change Experience in the commercialisation of data offerings and accountable for financial performance of a data team 10 years experience in Data and Analytics What™s in it for you Work with a team of highly energised, motivated and driven professionals 3 recharge days per year (yes, in addition to your annual leave) A free coffee each day, a funky café and a state-of-the-art work space Supportive and Flexible work environment Great company culture and work environment An impressive Employee Benefits Program with many corporate discounts and goodies If you are someone who fosters team spirit, has resilience and aspires to continue learning and developing their skills to drive commercial outcomes, you will have tremendous success in helping us achieve our progressive growth agendas. High energy levels and a love of having fun are also important to working in this energetic business. No agencies please

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Account Manager

    Are you passionate about IT, are customer focused and results driven? Want to further grow your career and develop your skills in a fast paced organisation across multiple clients? We have an exciting opportunity for a proactive Account Manager to join our growing team. You will be the single point of accountability for one of our largest clients. If you are someone who enjoys solving problems, working within a team of like-minded individuals, passionate to provide relentless customer support and have a strong Account Management background then this is the role for you. Look no further if you are someone that is passionate about technology and excited to expand your Account Management experience on a broad spectrum of technologies and clients. Your Duties and Responsibilities External Relationship management ProjectOpportunity identification Customer retention new business development Monthly customer reporting (or as required) Proposal development and presentations Resource management Responsible for managing procurement process for clients Internal Weekly account management reporting MeetingManaging budgets Preparation and delivery of monthly client reports Understanding the technical workload and working with team lead to schedule priorities and resources Chairing monthly IT Steering Committee meetings The Experience and Skills you should have Knowledge of Technical Management preferred Worked and excelled in a strong customer service delivery environment Evidence of learning quickly and having excellent troubleshooting skills Evidence in dealing with executive team members Excellent people and project management skills ITIL V3 Certification Prior experience in customer service in the IT industry Excellent written and oral communication skills Management training (MBA) preferred Who we are? Asta is a professional End-to-End IT services organisation with a growth agenda. Our growth will come from the existing and new services we provide, the clients we work with and the relentless client focus of our people. You will be part of the Asta Team, ambitious professionals looking to make our clients businesses better while developing their careers and helping Asta grow. We are a value driven organisation where our promises mean everything and our values guide us. To find out more about us, visit our website on www.asta.com.au Remuneration Negotiable for the successful candidate. Please note You must have the right to live and work in Australia All short-listed candidates will be subject to a National Police Check Due to the high volume of applications we expect to receive, only candidates that meet the requested requirements will be contacted.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Associate Director, Service Delivery

    Associate Director, Service Delivery Classification Senior Manager 3 Salary package Negotiable - commensurate to experience Terms Full time, Fixed term (5 years - renewable by mutual agreement) Location Canberra, ACT Position overview We are seeking an ICT Customer Service champion with extensive strategic leadership experience, a track record of delivering outcomes to stakeholders and a drive for continuous service improvement to take up the role of Associate Director, Service Delivery at the Australian National University. You will report directly to the Chief Information Officer and lead the ICT service delivery as the ˜front door™ for the entire Division of Information Technology Services at The Australian National University. You will be responsible for the University™s Service Desk, as well as embedding best practice service standards across the ITS portfolio on a strategic and operational level while maintaining a hands on approach. As the Associate Director you will work collaboratively through business partnering and build strong, professional relationships with a variety of stakeholder across the University. This challenging and rewarding role will require you to have highly developed communication skills and the capacity to influence effectively, previous experience with managing change and a demonstrated leadership ability with team building as well as proven high-level analytical and decision-making skills in a complex, diverse and multisite environment. Base yourself on the ANU campus surrounded by natural beauty and just meters away from the new Kambri precinct which is set to become the new cultural centre for the city. Kambri will be home to some of Canberra™s best cafés and restaurants, the newest pool, gym and wellness centre as well as live music and entertainment. Other benefits include 17 employer contributions to superannuation. Salary Sacrificing options for vehicles, technology, childcare and more. Generous staff leave and entitlements including annual leave loading. Flexible working arrangements and career development opportunities. For a confidential discussion about this position please contact, Kent Vidler, Senior Recruitment Consultant, Human Resources Division E kent.vidleranu.edu.au Closing date 13 June 2019 Position description Associate Director, Service Delivery ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit httpsservices.anu.edu.auhuman-resourcesrespect-inclusion Application information In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents A statement addressing the selection criteria (no more than two pages) A current curriculum vitae (CV) Other documents, if required. Please note The successful applicant must have rights to live and work in this country. Discover more anu.edu.aujobs

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Chief Data Officer

    About the role Macleay College and Collarts are seeking an experienced Chief Data Officer to join our growing Higher Education businesses. This is a newly created role at group level and you™ll be expected to build your own team. We are not looking for ordinary “ you must be able to help grow the business through data-driven decision making, customer insights, forecasting and data modelling. Importantly, you must be able to communicate effectively with non-data stakeholders and take them on this new journey. You will work with our with academic and business leaders to develop data-driven decision in areas including academia, marketing, finance and operations. The best part of all is that youll work on a daily basis in an inspiring environment among our students, lecturers, academic leaders and department heads. Your background Can use advanced data mining and predictive analytics to build insights into the student life cycle, attitudes and behaviours, student performance and success, and to inform marketing, segmentation and recruitment strategies End to end management of data projects from first briefing to final presentation Exceptional communication skills so you can influence and build confidence among our academic leaders and management team through data-driven decision making Customer-first approach to all interactions with students and staff Excellent time management skills so you can prioritise, plan and coordinate Can use plain English to explain data outcomes with no jargon Can produce reports, tables, graphs, charts and other presentation tools that are instantly understood at all levels of the organisation and bring about desired changes or decisions Higher Education experience is a bonus. Your experience Degree qualified in a quantitative discipline (e.g. Econometrics, Statistics, Data Analytics, Mathematics) 5+ years™ experience in a quantitative field Expert data mining and statisticalpredictive modelling skills Technically proficient in SQL and statistical analysis software Excellent numeracy and analyticalinterpretation skills that you can use to provide practical solutions and identify opportunities Proven experience in marketing metrics including customer analytics, segmentation, campaign management, CRM and data collection Deep technical understanding of contemporary analytics practices with a commitment to new ways of developing more impactful opportunities for marketing and the business Your mindset Confident without being set in your ways. You™re well informed and passionate about emerging trends in data-driven decision making Innovative, you think of interesting and alternative ways to deliver data and inform non-data stakeholders Open-minded about customer-centric approaches to data reporting. Youre well informed and passionate about emerging trends in data Driven to succeed, self-starter with a successful record of implementation Continuous desire to improve processes Expressive and fearless, can make your point without being abrasive Resilient, you adapt to change well and accept feedback constructively. Macleay College and Collarts “ About us Macleay College has campuses in Sydney and Melbourne, and offers an intimate learning environment for students looking to pursue careers in Journalism, Advertising Media, Digital Media, Business, Accounting and Marketing. Our bachelor degree and diploma programs provide students with an alternative to a traditional university experience. With over 30 years in higher education, we pride ourselves on our unique approach to teaching. Students learn from industry professionals in smaller classes, allowing us to cater to their individual learning needs. Collarts (Australian College of the Arts) is a Melbourne-based independent tertiary education college full of passion, creativity, innovation and opportunity. Collarts has a reputation for delivering high quality education with a distinct ability to always be at the forefront of contemporary culture. Our commitment to industry connection, agility and cultural relevance makes Collarts a popular choice for students wanting the best start to a career in the creative industries. Could this be your next role? Please send a cover letter along with your CV. We thank all applicants however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Previous applicants need not apply. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Are you available to travel interstate overseas for this role when required?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Chief Data Officer

    About the role Macleay College and Collarts are seeking an experienced Chief Data Officer to join our growing Higher Education businesses. This is a newly created role at group level and you™ll be expected to build your own team. We are not looking for ordinary “ you must be able to help grow the business through data-driven decision making, customer insights, forecasting and data modelling. Importantly, you must be able to communicate effectively with non-data stakeholders and take them on this new journey. You will work with our with academic and business leaders to develop data-driven decision in areas including academia, marketing, finance and operations. The best part of all is that youll work on a daily basis in an inspiring environment among our students, lecturers, academic leaders and department heads. Your background Can use advanced data mining and predictive analytics to build insights into the student life cycle, attitudes and behaviours, student performance and success, and to inform marketing, segmentation and recruitment strategies End to end management of data projects from first briefing to final presentation Exceptional communication skills so you can influence and build confidence among our academic leaders and management team through data-driven decision making Customer-first approach to all interactions with students and staff Excellent time management skills so you can prioritise, plan and coordinate Can use plain English to explain data outcomes with no jargon Can produce reports, tables, graphs, charts and other presentation tools that are instantly understood at all levels of the organisation and bring about desired changes or decisions Higher Education experience is a bonus. Your experience Degree qualified in a quantitative discipline (e.g. Econometrics, Statistics, Data Analytics, Mathematics) 5+ years™ experience in a quantitative field Expert data mining and statisticalpredictive modelling skills Technically proficient in SQL and statistical analysis software Excellent numeracy and analyticalinterpretation skills that you can use to provide practical solutions and identify opportunities Proven experience in marketing metrics including customer analytics, segmentation, campaign management, CRM and data collection Deep technical understanding of contemporary analytics practices with a commitment to new ways of developing more impactful opportunities for marketing and the business Your mindset Confident without being set in your ways. You™re well informed and passionate about emerging trends in data-driven decision making Innovative, you think of interesting and alternative ways to deliver data and inform non-data stakeholders Open-minded about customer-centric approaches to data reporting. Youre well informed and passionate about emerging trends in data Driven to succeed, self-starter with a successful record of implementation Continuous desire to improve processes Expressive and fearless, can make your point without being abrasive Resilient, you adapt to change well and accept feedback constructively. Macleay College and Collarts “ About us Macleay College has campuses in Sydney and Melbourne, and offers an intimate learning environment for students looking to pursue careers in Journalism, Advertising Media, Digital Media, Business, Accounting and Marketing. Our bachelor degree and diploma programs provide students with an alternative to a traditional university experience. With over 30 years in higher education, we pride ourselves on our unique approach to teaching. Students learn from industry professionals in smaller classes, allowing us to cater to their individual learning needs. Collarts (Australian College of the Arts) is a Melbourne-based independent tertiary education college full of passion, creativity, innovation and opportunity. Collarts has a reputation for delivering high quality education with a distinct ability to always be at the forefront of contemporary culture. Our commitment to industry connection, agility and cultural relevance makes Collarts a popular choice for students wanting the best start to a career in the creative industries. Could this be your next role? Please send a cover letter along with your CV. We thank all applicants however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Previous applicants need not apply. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Are you available to travel interstate overseas for this role when required?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Infrastructure Lead

    Infrastructure Lead We are on a journey to transform the way we provide our service, now and into the future. Our measures of success is increased customer satisfaction and improved productivity through the consistent delivery of great products and high quality service. Our IT Infrastructure engineering team delivers the requirements of the IT infrastructure strategy whilst also supporting the level 1 and level 2 teams along with department led project teams as required. We now have an exciting opportunity for an highly motivated Infrastructure Lead to join our team on a 12 months fixed term contract basis. In this leadership role you will mentor and lead the IT infrastructure engineers and coordinate key partners to ensure ongoing business operations and strategic initiatives are achieved. With the primary responsibility to lead a team to develop and manage IT Infrastructure operational and engineering activities this role involves the performance management of the IT Infrastructure team in conjunction with extensive communication and engagement with many key contacts, both internal and external and covers IT Infrastructure on a national basis. The role requires an acute understanding of managing people, compute, network and storage infrastructure with particular focus on the optimisation and availability of services, whilst ensuring all infrastructure activity is adequately planned, documented and formalised. The successful candidate will have At least 3 years previous IT leadership experience managing a team of people including performance management. An eye for detail focusing on achieving goals and the ability to think strategically and translate into practical solutions. A high level of interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to negotiate and communicate effectively with staff across all levels in addition to specialist infrastructure and security service providers. Encourages collaboration, open communication and constructive discussion. Strong understanding of security and risk management principles. 5+ years experience with VMWare and SRM technologies.Understanding of Enterprise Storage, data domain, Backup methodology and archiving best practices. Extensive knowledge of Windows Server Desktop operating systems, installation, configuration, and patching Knowledge and experience with IAM involving AD, Group Policy and SSO. Knowledge of Azure services and productivity systems including Office365 and Exchange suites (highly advantageous) Experience implementing compute and storage services across public and hybrid cloud service providers (preferable) We can offer you Great supportive and ambitious culture with lots of fun mixed in An Exempt Employee Share Plan Paid Income Protection insurance under the default MMSG Superannuation Fund Melbourne CBD location very close to public transport Career opportunities Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and all successful candidates will undergo background checks. Click on the Apply button and complete our online application form.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Infrastructure Lead

    Infrastructure Lead We are on a journey to transform the way we provide our service, now and into the future. Our measures of success is increased customer satisfaction and improved productivity through the consistent delivery of great products and high quality service. Our IT Infrastructure engineering team delivers the requirements of the IT infrastructure strategy whilst also supporting the level 1 and level 2 teams along with department led project teams as required. We now have an exciting opportunity for an highly motivated Infrastructure Lead to join our team on a 12 months fixed term contract basis. In this leadership role you will mentor and lead the IT infrastructure engineers and coordinate key partners to ensure ongoing business operations and strategic initiatives are achieved. With the primary responsibility to lead a team to develop and manage IT Infrastructure operational and engineering activities this role involves the performance management of the IT Infrastructure team in conjunction with extensive communication and engagement with many key contacts, both internal and external and covers IT Infrastructure on a national basis. The role requires an acute understanding of managing people, compute, network and storage infrastructure with particular focus on the optimisation and availability of services, whilst ensuring all infrastructure activity is adequately planned, documented and formalised. The successful candidate will have At least 3 years previous IT leadership experience managing a team of people including performance management. An eye for detail focusing on achieving goals and the ability to think strategically and translate into practical solutions. A high level of interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to negotiate and communicate effectively with staff across all levels in addition to specialist infrastructure and security service providers. Encourages collaboration, open communication and constructive discussion. Strong understanding of security and risk management principles. 5+ years experience with VMWare and SRM technologies.Understanding of Enterprise Storage, data domain, Backup methodology and archiving best practices. Extensive knowledge of Windows Server Desktop operating systems, installation, configuration, and patching Knowledge and experience with IAM involving AD, Group Policy and SSO. Knowledge of Azure services and productivity systems including Office365 and Exchange suites (highly advantageous) Experience implementing compute and storage services across public and hybrid cloud service providers (preferable) We can offer you Great supportive and ambitious culture with lots of fun mixed in An Exempt Employee Share Plan Paid Income Protection insurance under the default MMSG Superannuation Fund Melbourne CBD location very close to public transport Career opportunities Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and all successful candidates will undergo background checks. Click on the Apply button and complete our online application form.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Service Delivery Manager

    Service Delivery Manager A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company with 200,000 team members in over 40 countries. In 2017 the Group achieved ‚¬12.8 billion in revenue. Learn more about us at www.capgemini.com Lets talk about the team The role sits in Cloud Infrastructure Services (CIS) Global Business Line ˜s Cloud Edge Australia Organization, which is tasked with client advisory services, cloud project engagements and cloud service delivery. Lets talk about the role and responsibilities Manages contracts on a daily basis including operations and finance. Manages complex operational issues and is responsible for profitability and productivity of the contract. Continuously improves the service by identifying potential risks and resolving them through innovative reliable tools and methodology deployed by motivated staff. Constantly explores opportunities for account development. Manages Pyramid, profitability and productivity of engagements. Uses innovative, reliable tools and methodologies that are deployed by motivated staff. Contributes to the strategic development of engagements by contributing to transition projects and sharing best practice and using experience with other managers. Provides Leadership to the team. Lets talk about your qualifications and experience 12+ years of IT experience with 6 years in Service Delivery Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills Have experience in transition Certified ITIL and PMP Managed team of 15+ members Experience in managing offshore teams Okay, so what happens next and hat we can offer you? Interested? We invite you to join us to discover a career that will challenge, support and inspire you. Working at Capgemini youll find the rewards are more than just financial. Not only will you work alongside inspiring colleagues with a world of experience, but youll also have access to great benefits including, salary continuance insurance, paid parental leave, education assistance, salary packaging, the ability to purchase additional leave, as well as discounts on entertainment, financial and wellbeing services, travel and shopping. Ranked among Ethispheres 2015 Most Ethical Companies in the Word. Our seven values are at the heart of everything we do - Honesty, Boldness, Trust, Team Spirit, Freedom, Fun and Modesty. If you believe you have La Niaque to go the extra mile, then apply online today. Capgemini is a proud to be Equal Opportunity Employer and all applicants must be legally entitled to work in the country the role is based out of, unless otherwise stated within the job advertisement. Proof of work entitlements and visa status will be required prior to andor at time of offer. Successful applicants will be required to complete a security and reference checks prior to commencement of employment. Please note unsolicited resumes from employment agencies or other third parties will not be considered.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Service Delivery Manager

    Service Delivery Manager A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company with 200,000 team members in over 40 countries. In 2017 the Group achieved ‚¬12.8 billion in revenue. Learn more about us at www.capgemini.com Lets talk about the team The role sits in Cloud Infrastructure Services (CIS) Global Business Line ˜s Cloud Edge Australia Organization, which is tasked with client advisory services, cloud project engagements and cloud service delivery. Lets talk about the role and responsibilities Manages contracts on a daily basis including operations and finance. Manages complex operational issues and is responsible for profitability and productivity of the contract. Continuously improves the service by identifying potential risks and resolving them through innovative reliable tools and methodology deployed by motivated staff. Constantly explores opportunities for account development. Manages Pyramid, profitability and productivity of engagements. Uses innovative, reliable tools and methodologies that are deployed by motivated staff. Contributes to the strategic development of engagements by contributing to transition projects and sharing best practice and using experience with other managers. Provides Leadership to the team. Lets talk about your qualifications and experience 12+ years of IT experience with 6 years in Service Delivery Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills Have experience in transition Certified ITIL and PMP Managed team of 15+ members Experience in managing offshore teams Okay, so what happens next and hat we can offer you? Interested? We invite you to join us to discover a career that will challenge, support and inspire you. Working at Capgemini youll find the rewards are more than just financial. Not only will you work alongside inspiring colleagues with a world of experience, but youll also have access to great benefits including, salary continuance insurance, paid parental leave, education assistance, salary packaging, the ability to purchase additional leave, as well as discounts on entertainment, financial and wellbeing services, travel and shopping. Ranked among Ethispheres 2015 Most Ethical Companies in the Word. Our seven values are at the heart of everything we do - Honesty, Boldness, Trust, Team Spirit, Freedom, Fun and Modesty. If you believe you have La Niaque to go the extra mile, then apply online today. Capgemini is a proud to be Equal Opportunity Employer and all applicants must be legally entitled to work in the country the role is based out of, unless otherwise stated within the job advertisement. Proof of work entitlements and visa status will be required prior to andor at time of offer. Successful applicants will be required to complete a security and reference checks prior to commencement of employment. Please note unsolicited resumes from employment agencies or other third parties will not be considered.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Insights Manager

    Senior Insights Manager Are you comfortable working directly with Exec leadership? Clear, visible career progression. Seeking an experienced and passionate Reporting and Analytics Manager to take on a rapidly expanding team in a people leadership role. Client Details Work for a Leading financial and professional services firm with uncapped career potential. This organisation is in the midst of substantial investment into insights, analytics and information management, and you be a major part of delivering a substantial part of this to the business. Description Key deliverables for this role can be largely broken down into 3 aspects Leading and developing a team with generally light tenure. Working with senior IMExec leadership to help drive forward the data analytics and insights reporting strategy. Working with a diverse range of stakeholder across the business to tailor dashboarding and reporting to assist in the most optimal way. The successful delivery of multiple projects on time, and to a high standard Profile The successful candidate will have most, if not all of the below skillset Demonstrated experience capturing business requirements and designing appropriate BI solutions for stakeholders. Demonstrated experience with BI Tools (Tableau preferred but not essentional) Very strong understanding of financial business operations. Expert understanding of SQL querying. Experience in the use of data warehouse solutions. Strong skills in data analysis and problem solving. Strong interpersonal skills including oral and written communication skills. Strong attention to detail, initiative and the ability to work unsupervised, working on large projects with many data streams and deadlines. Job Offer Attractive package Super-convenient location and state of the art offices. Unparalled career progression opportunities Chance to lead and develop a passionate young team To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Tim Dillon on +61 3 9607 5628.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Insights Manager

    Senior Insights Manager Are you comfortable working directly with Exec leadership? Clear, visible career progression. Seeking an experienced and passionate Reporting and Analytics Manager to take on a rapidly expanding team in a people leadership role. Client Details Work for a Leading financial and professional services firm with uncapped career potential. This organisation is in the midst of substantial investment into insights, analytics and information management, and you be a major part of delivering a substantial part of this to the business. Description Key deliverables for this role can be largely broken down into 3 aspects Leading and developing a team with generally light tenure. Working with senior IMExec leadership to help drive forward the data analytics and insights reporting strategy. Working with a diverse range of stakeholder across the business to tailor dashboarding and reporting to assist in the most optimal way. The successful delivery of multiple projects on time, and to a high standard Profile The successful candidate will have most, if not all of the below skillset Demonstrated experience capturing business requirements and designing appropriate BI solutions for stakeholders. Demonstrated experience with BI Tools (Tableau preferred but not essentional) Very strong understanding of financial business operations. Expert understanding of SQL querying. Experience in the use of data warehouse solutions. Strong skills in data analysis and problem solving. Strong interpersonal skills including oral and written communication skills. Strong attention to detail, initiative and the ability to work unsupervised, working on large projects with many data streams and deadlines. Job Offer Attractive package Super-convenient location and state of the art offices. Unparalled career progression opportunities Chance to lead and develop a passionate young team To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Tim Dillon on +61 3 9607 5628.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior leadership opportunities

    Senior leadership opportunities Multiple key leadership positions Opportunities available at Executive Officer level 2 (210,670 - 337,194 total remuneration package) Executive Officer level 3 (182,070 - 236,068 total remuneration package) Custodial Officer Group level 7 (170,008 - 231,214 plus superannuation) Help build a safer, fairer and stronger Victoria About us The Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS) provides a range of government programs and services which focus on improving community safety, victim services, regulatory services and crime prevention, and building strong collaboration across the justice system. DJCS oversees functions including Aboriginal Justice, Victim Support, Justice Services, Family Violence, Justice Operations, Regional Services Network, Corrections, Youth Justice, Emergency Management, Police and Crime Prevention, Regulation, Corporate Services, Justice Coordination, and Workplace Safety Policy. About the roles DJCS is now recruiting senior leaders who will work together to deliver on key priorities of the Victorian Government and ministers. Together we will work towards a vision of a connected justice and community safety system, where were working to build a safer, fairer and stronger Victoria. We want leaders who possess strong change management capabilities to deliver on our transformation agenda, that achieves outcomes that benefit the community. You will create, shape and cultivate a contemporary and values-based workplace culture and champion behaviours such as collaboration, respect and integrity. You will play a lead role within a business area to ensure the delivery of the justice and community safety portfolio. You will provide visible leadership to ensure positive service outcomes. We are recruiting to the areas in Communications Youth Justice Operations Corrections (operations leadership, system planning and commercial services) Innovation Aboriginal Affairs (policy and strategy reform, governance, and innovation) Regulation (service delivery, policy design and policy implementation) Corporate Services (technology solutions, procurement, compliance, risk, assurance, change management, and human resources) Governance (governance, systems, design and public administration) Legal (legal advice, legislation development, governance) Policy and Strategy (policy implementation, policy development, strategy development, evaluation, data) Regional Services (policy and service delivery) Infrastructure (development, delivery and commercial) About you We want leaders who have a comprehensive understanding of government and a proven track record in senior management. You should also highly regard values such as Transparency and Engagement, Respect, Integrity, Collaboration, and Wellbeing. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Via the online application form, you will have the opportunity to nominate up to three preferred functional areas and select your matching skill sets. In seeking applications, candidates are not applying for a specific functional responsibility, although preferences will be discussed with short-listed candidates. Eligible candidates may be considered for future job opportunities through this process. Applications close on Thursday 16 May 2019 at midnight.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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