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Chief Information Officer » Brisbane, QLD - The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) with the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) offers an incredible... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
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Project Officer - Conduct and Integrity Office » Sydney, Sydney Region - Project Officer – Conduct and Integrity Office Employment Type: Full time (35 hours per week) Duration: Continuing Remuneration: Level 6 $96,960 - $103,434 (depending on experience) 17% super leave loading Location: Kensington, NSW (flexible hybrid work) About UNSW: UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 20 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place. Why your role matters: The Conduct and Integrity Office (CIO) supports the UNSW Community to uphold honest and ethical behaviour. The CIO investigates and resolves serious complaints and wrongdoing at UNSW. As trusted advisors, we support educational efforts to prevent misconduct and wrongdoing and promote respect and integrity. The Project Officer plays a key role in providing practical and efficient project and change management support for CIO projects and key stakeholders. The role provides project coordination and support, reporting and analytical support, supporting change management activities, developing communications, building key internal and external relationships, and providing administrative support for programs and projects. The role reports to the Project Manager and does not have any direct reports. Responsibilities: Support the delivery of CIO projects and initiatives to achieve operational and strategic goals. Support the development of project plans and schedules and participate in planning processes as required. Monitor, track and report on the status of project deliverables to ensure time, cost and quality metrics are in line with approved project plans for assigned projects. Assess, manage, and update project risks and issues, ensuring that emerging issues are escalated to the Project Manager and solutions provided where applicable. Coordinate project administration including coordination of workshops and meetings for staff internal an/or external to the University, minute taking, manage assigned actions and follow-ups and project status reporting. Develop and manage effective communications with key stakeholders, both internal and external to the project. Develop and coordinate change management activities for CIO projects in collaboration with the Project Manager. Skills and Experience: Relevant tertiary qualification with subsequent relevant experience or equivalent competence gained through any combination of education, training and experience. Ability to plan, organise and co-ordinate projects and tasks and experience in developing project documentation associated with different stages of the project life cycle. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a high level of attention to detail for deliverables produced. Sound stakeholder management skills, with the ability to liaise effectively with a range of stakeholders and distil complex information into simple messages. Excellent time management skills, with a demonstrated ability to respond to changing priorities, manage multiple tasks and meet competing deadlines by using judgement and initiative. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and productively within a team, but also to take initiative and work independently while managing competing demands. Experience working with a range of computer systems and applications, including MS Office applications such as Teams, SharePoint, Project and Viseo. Further details can be found in a copy of the Position Description linked below or via https://www.jobs.unsw.edu.au/ Benefits and Culture: People are at the core of everything we do. We recognise it is the contributions of our staff who make UNSW one of the best universities in Australia and the world. Our benefits include: Flexible Working Options. Career development opportunities 17% Superannuation contributions and additional leave loading payments Additional 3 days of leave over Christmas period Discounts and entitlements (retail, education, fitness) For further details on the benefits, please visit https://www.jobs.unsw.edu.au/lifestyle-benefits To Apply: If this is of interest to you, please submit your application online: CV, Cover Letter and responses to the Skills and Experience outlined in the position description. Sponsorship is not available for this role, full Australian working rights are required on application. Contact: Amy Denney - Talent Acquisition Coordinator a.denneyunsw.edu.au Please apply directly through the website , applications sent to the contact above will not be accepted. Applications close: 11.55pm, 21st June 2024 UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Sat, 08 JunUniversity of New South Wales
Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private » The Rocks, Sydney - Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private About the opportunity Reporting to the CIO the Senior Manager, Alternative Research will be responsible for developing innovative investment products and strategies for Wholesale clients. This position will be accountable for product sourcing and idea generation. It will be a critical part of delivering a quality suite of investment solutions for Commonwealth Private clients. The Senior Manager, Alternative Research will be part of our firm's Investment Research Team focused on Alternative Investments and report directly to the Deputy CIO. The core responsibilities will be to support the research and due diligence efforts associated with the implementation of our investment process as it relates to investment opportunities in alternative investments, including private equity, venture capital, real estate, credit, real assets and other alternative investments. Summary of Duties & Responsibilities: Assist in conducting investment manager research and due diligence Review and monitor performance of investment managers Assist broader team with inquiries regarding approved investments (ex. close dates, minimum investments, general subscription questions, etc.) Ad hoc research projects including capital markets and macro factors Undertaking due diligence on investment managers Prepare research papers, develop marketing and educational materials, research new offerings in the alternatives space More specifically you will: Collaborate with front line banking and advisory colleagues to identify key customer needs in the Wholesale Investment segment Work closely with the Investments Research Team to prioritise investment ideas and strategies Research industry trends and market thematics to identify appropriate investment ideas to be presented to the Commonwealth Private Product Committee Maintain relationships with key industry participants such as fund managers and other providers of investment products Work collaboratively with colleagues in Advisory operations to design and monitor product and portfolio reporting for clients Liaise with internal teams in product origination such as Capital markets and Global markets to identify and distribute suitable investment opportunities Educate our front line teams on the merits of investment opportunities to support the growth of the advice business Present investment strategy and product ideas to both colleagues as well as small and large groups of clients to ensure the ongoing success of the Investment offering Support the creation of comprehensive and timely quarterly reports and governance reporting About you Significant (10 years) experience in financial services / investments Tertiary qualification/s in a finance related discipline Post graduate qualification/s in finance discipline - highly regarded The ability to identify industry trends, market themes and opportunities for investment product and strategies If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 17/06/2024 • Sat, 08 JunCommonwealth Bank
Chief Information Officer » Brisbane, QLD - The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) with the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) offers an incredible... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Senior Manager - Performance Reporting » Sydney, NSW - Your role is to support the GM and EGM of Technology Finance, Group CIO, Technology Leadership Team and wider Finance community... and internally to Technology, including Group CIO, Technology CFO, Group Finance and the Technology Leadership Team (TLT) Business... • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia

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Data Officer, Australia Sector » Melbourne, VIC - for an experienced Sector Data Officer. This newly created role will work with the Head of Business Services and CIO to support the... • Fri, 07 JunQinetiQ
Enterprise Architect » Australia - levels, including EM, EGM, and CIO, providing clear documentation, presentations, explanations, influence, and guidance... • Fri, 07 JunSuncorp
Enterprise Architect » Sydney Region, New South Wales - Permanent full-time opportunities Flexible working conditions and locations of Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne Focus on architectures to enable enterprise-wide management of Data and Analytics, data technologies and data patterns We’re never just satisfied with how things are – because we know how things could be. And it’s our expert Technology and Operations organisation who forge ahead every day to make those ‘what ifs’ a reality. Welcome to a place where you can chase real progress and drive real change. This includes your own career. Being a part of Technology and Operations at Suncorp Group means being energised, collaborative, positive and adaptable. You’ll be supported to bring your expertise and constructive ideas to achieve successful outcomes – with the aim of making life simpler and better for our customers and for each other. Our Enterprise Architects for Data are part of the Enterprise Architecture Centre of Expertise within the Technology and Operations organisation. They are responsible for defining strategic data architecture for enterprise-wide Data and Analytics, collaborating to contribute to the definition of the Group-wide Enterprise Architecture and roadmaps to achieve the target state architecture. They work with Solution Architect colleagues to ensure that solution architectures and designs align with the target state architecture and transitional roadmaps. This role encompasses coverage for strategies and architectures for optimum enterprise-wide management of Data and Analytics, the optimum use of data within applications, and the data technologies across the Group. What you’ll do Prepare Group-level data architecture strategies, target state architectures, roadmaps, standards, and patterns, and work with Business and T&O teams to gain endorsement and guide implementation. Ensure solution architectures align with domain and group Enterprise Architecture through effective collaboration and adherence to the Solution Delivery Lifecycle. Provide a strategic perspective to the Group’s architecture across all domains with a focus on data. Engage effectively with stakeholders at various levels, including EM, EGM, and CIO, providing clear documentation, presentations, explanations, influence, and guidance. Represent Enterprise Architecture at all levels of the business, be seen as a known subject matter expert that is valued and consulted. Attend data domain governance councils and forums to represent the Enterprise Data Services team, review and endorse data aspects of architecture and design submissions, and ensure that any architecturally significant changes are reflected in the Enterprise Architecture repository. Provide guidance and direction on data-related aspects for proposed business initiatives, produce architecture context definitions, and lead the defence/championing of solution architectures. Promote consistent architectural practices and deliverables across the group, lead process improvement initiatives, and contribute to the enhancement of the architectural approach within the domain and the wider architecture community What you’ll bring Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or related discipline, or equivalent experience Minimum 10 years IT experience 5 years IT Architecture experience Strong communication abilities – both verbal and written Expert knowledge of Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture, focused on data Strong experience on data architecture across platforms, applications, modelling and governance Strong experience of producing data architecture for large scale programmes and governing through to implementation to deliver real business outcomes. Experience of data architecture within cloud computing Relevant certification – TOGAF preferred Familiarity with ArchiMate and UML Stakeholder management experience A consulting background is advantageous If this opportunity sounds like the challenge, you have been looking for, please apply online today. For further information regarding this position, please contact luke.morandinisuncorp.com.au • Fri, 07 JunSuncorp Group
Enterprise Architect » Australia - with stakeholders at various levels, including EM, EGM, and CIO, providing clear documentation, presentations, explanations, influence... • Fri, 07 JunSuncorp
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Temp-to-Perm) » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Company Our client is passionately committed to securing optimal retirement outcomes for its members and serving as a reliable super partner within the communities they operate. If you're ready to make a real impact and contribute to a company deeply invested to their stakeholders, then this opportunity is tailor-made for you Through a boots-on-the-ground approach, our client's regional offices actively engage with the communities and workplaces of our members, nurturing robust connections and support networks. The Role Your eligibility for this position will depend on your demonstrated experience as an EA/Office Manager, encompassing the following key responsibilities: EA Duties: · Diary management · Telephone attendance and call screening · Preparation and distribution of correspondence · Provide professional secretarial support as required · Assist with preparation of board reports and other reports as required · Complete all word processing, spreadsheet, desk top publishing, data base management, and any associated tasks in a professional manner · Organise and book all approved travel and accommodation for Deputy CEO, CIO and staff · Register CIO and staff for attendance at seminars, workshops and training courses · Assist with set up of seminars - book venues, flights & accommodation · Coordinate and maintain filing systems · Liaise with Executives and Managers as required · Organise and book venues for internal and external meetings · Attend meetings, record minutes and prepare matters arising documents as required · Draft correspondence as required · Maintain training and development and other registers as required Co-ordination of meetings including catering, room set up and general requests as required; Organisation and booking of all travel and accommodation for management and staff as directed and approved; Reconciliations of credit cards, processing of accounts/invoices and reimbursement processing; Event and function management including support organizing Mine staff events and seminars; Undertake, document WHS reporting requirements and coordinate remedial repairs and escalate matters to management for review or action; Undertake a cost conscious approach to expense management, external utilization of venues and service providers to achieve departmental budgets and optimize value for money where appropriate; Office Manager Duties: · Meeting and Greeting Guests · Handing out the mail · Putting on the dishwasher · General office ad-hoc About you To thrive in this position, you should have over two years of office administration experience/coordination or PA experience, preferably in larger, fast-moving organisations. With strong communication, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities, you excel at prioritizing tasks in fast-paced settings, managing diaries, and travel efficiently. Known for your attention to detail and adaptability, you consistently deliver high-quality work while adhering to the firm's values. Your exceptional interpersonal skills, meeting deadlines promptly, and proficiency in MS Office and other computer programs are also notable attributes. What's on offer? - Personal and professional development opportunities - Benefit from the collaboration of a skilled, motivated team of professionals. - Flexible work arrangements - Make a meaningful impact and help members achieve exceptional retirement outcomes. - Enjoy a fantastic workplace atmosphere characterized by a vibrant and inclusive culture. To Apply Interested in applying? We'd like to hear from you Simply, send us your resume by clicking on the apply button below. Please note your application will be assessed within 3 working days and we will only get in touch with shortlisted applicants. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law. By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Temp-to-Perm) » Sydney, NSW - for Deputy CEO, CIO and staff· Register CIO and staff for attendance at seminars, workshops and training courses· Assist with set... • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half$45 - 50 per hour
Applications Support Analyst » West Perth, WA - its parliamentary information management system (PIMS). Reporting to the CIO, you will work with the operations team to support... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of Western Australia
Senior Network Engineer » Crows Nest, North Sydney Area - Your new employer is a rapidly transforming and growing market leader (15% YOY) with over 5,000 employees nationally. They’ve had one of Australia’s top CIO’s join them recently who has been empowered by the Board and CEO to drive significant IT transformation and investment. As their new Senior Network Engineer based on the North Shore, you’ll join a mission led, dynamic and friendly culture that thrives on collaboration, inclusion, diversity and their deep sense of purpose. You’ll have a lot of fun working for values-driven leaders who care a lot about empathy, humility and the wellness of their employees. You’ll join a multi-award-winning company – whose numerous awards include ‘Best Places to Work’ and ‘Employer of Choice for Gender Equality’. You’ll have clear direction and feel highly empowered to drive transformational innovation within the networking and voice technologies space. You’ll be the technical SME driving these modernisation projects and transformation. You’ll be developed and mentored, as this company has progressive learning programs for staff with a core focus on providing opportunities for you to reach your full potential and continue growing in your career. You’ll also have plenty of time to spend with your family and on your health and wellbeing, as this company strongly encourages work-life balance, flexible working hours and remote working options. Overview of your new role: You’ll be a critical resource within the IT team responsible for planning, implementing and maintaining the voice and data communication services, with a focus on maximum availability, security and operational performance. Key technical focus areas of the role will include LAN/WAN, data centre, cloud networking, network security, VOIP and telecommunications, virtual/physical firewalls and service optimisation/excellence. Your key responsibilities will include: Designing, planning, implementing and maintaining corporate voice and data communication network services, components and associated infrastructure; Creating and maintaining technical documentation, reports and records regarding infrastructure solutions; Providing escalated (3rd level) technical support, troubleshooting and fault rectification of high-level technical issues related to voice and networking equipment and services; Analysing tenders, supervising acceptance tests and commissioning communications systems and equipment; Acting as an interface between the organisation and suppliers/carriers/vendors regarding high level technical issues and carrier billing; Monitoring the performance of the organisation’s communications carriers/network providers in relation to established service level agreements (SLA's) and business needs Testing, implementing, monitoring and tuning voice and networking software/hardware to ensure optimum systems performance and highlighting potential issues; Managing the analysis of voice and network traffic data and providing recommendations on performance improvements to network; infrastructures as appropriate; Participating in corporate change control procedures and methodologies; Coordinating with Operations manager to manage the support of the data and voice communications network, ensuring the ongoing availability and reliability of systems is maintained; and Mentoring and guiding junior Network Engineers and other IT team members. Your Skills & Experience You’ll have: Minimum 5 years’ experience in a Network Engineer ; Cisco certifications desirable; Extensive experience and specialist skills in the configuration and maintenance of VOIP and networking infrastructure, including the ability to support a variety of technologies; Advanced operational knowledge of networking systems and software covering both Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks; Strong understanding of emerging technologies in the communications sphere, including data centre, cloud, WAN, VOIP and wireless; Strong skills in Router Hardware/Software, Switch Hardware/Software, SNA/MVS, Frame Relay, ATM, Protocols (TCP/IP / IPX / IBM), Routing Protocols, Firewalls, VOIP, SIP & Cloud based voice services; Strong project management skills and an ability to prioritise multiple tasks; Excellent communication skills to all levels in the organisation; Strong experience working with multiple vendors and internal resources to deliver projects on time, on budget and within scope; and Personality wise, you will have high energy and be positive, hungry, optimistic and friendly. You’ll be keen to have autonomy and empowerment to drive innovative technical solutions for your new employer. How to Apply For more information or a confidential discussion please call Ash Safdartourei at u&u on 0401646386 quoting reference number 36834. At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u’s opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Thu, 06 Junu&u Recruitment Partners
Senior Project Manager - Applications and Innovation » West Perth, WA - . Reporting to the CIO, you will be responsible for project leadership of a team of up to 10 people to ensure delivery of the... • Wed, 05 JunGovernment of Western Australia
Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private » Sydney, NSW - Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private About the opportunity Reporting to the CIO the Senior... will be part of our firm’s Investment Research Team focused on Alternative Investments and report directly to the Deputy CIO. The... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Operational Architect » Sydney, NSW - presentations from 'technical' to CIO level. Embed a consultative approach within Sales and Delivery Your skills to pay the... • Tue, 04 JunSingtel
ICT Security Specialist » Queensland - and Responsibilities: Assisting the CIO in maintaining, designing and enhancing our cyber security posture by aligning the group's cyber... • Tue, 04 JunCrystal Migration Legal Services Pty Ltd$80001 - 100000 per year
Operational Architect » Sydney, NSW - ’ to CIO level. Embed a consultative approach within Sales and Delivery Your skills to pay the bills This is a senior role... • Tue, 04 JunSingtel
Enterprise Architect - Australia Sector » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Due to substantial growth of the QinetiQ business, QinetiQ's IT operation is evolving to provide the technology and IT services that will underpin QinetiQ's future global strategy and ambitions. As a result of this growth, we are excited to announce we are now recruiting for an experienced Enterprise Architect to join QinetiQ's IT family. Reporting to the CIO, the Enterprise Architect is a key member of QinetiQ's IT leadership team and will instrumental in driving QinetiQ's Data & Digital strategy across QinetiQ's business operations in Australia, Canada, UK and Germany, otherwise known as QinetiQ's Australia Sector. As the Enterprise Architect (Australia Sector) you will be accountable for: Actively participate in the development and continuous improvement of QinetiQ's IT Strategy, ensuring QinetiQ Australia's needs are represented and aligned; Actively participate in QinetiQ's Digital and Data Design Authority organisation driving/supporting strategic vision, setting of Standards, Policies & Guidance and representing the Australia Sector interests; Provide architectural guidance in the implementation of projects and solutions, when required; Creating business architecture models to reflect organisational strategies and goals and creating the business visions and objectives; Support the development of QinetiQ's Data Management best practices for data quality assurance, data governance, and data security. Drive the planning and development of Product and System roadmaps; Establish, facilitate and maintain methods for compliance architecture, such as data storage, metadata management, and change control; Drive the creation, development and maintenance of architectural documentation, process and guidance; Identify opportunities to reduce costs, or improve value outcomes; Provide architectural evaluation of new solutions as they are proposed/introduced to the enterprise, assessing the existing portfolio of applications and technologies as part of a continuous cycle of evaluation and rationalisation; Establish and lead a Digital Design Board for QinetiQ's Australia Sector; Lead architectural forums and meetings as team and business needs dictate; As a suitably experienced IT professional, the Enterprise Architect (Australia Sector) will need: Extensive experience in an Architectural role(s), exposed to a diverse range of systems and technologies. A strong strategic and business mind-set; Extensive experience in the planning, execution and measurement of Enterprise Architecture across an enterprise; Demonstrated experience using architectural modelling frameworks such as TOGAF, DoDAF, etc.; Experience in Gathering & Cataloguing information related to application functions, applications, technology functions, technologies, and other information related to an enterprise landscape; Demonstrated experience with the analysis, design and implementation of enterprise-wide integrated solutions, applications and tools; Broad knowledge of engineering processes, support tools, applications and technologies; Experience working effectively on Steering Committees/Councils; Sound knowledge, understanding and awareness of information security frameworks, such as ACSC's ISM, Essential 8, NIST 800-53, ISO 27001, CISA's Secure-by-Design principles and how these are applied in operational environments; and High degree of initiative, dependability and ability to work with little supervision while being resilient to change. Whilst not essential, a tertiary qualification would be advantageous. Candidates will need to be eligible to obtain a Negative Vetting Level 1 Australian Government Security Clearance. Whilst applications must be made online, confidential enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Roz Byrne, Talent Acquisition Specialist via email: rbyrneqinetiq.com.au Looking for an Employer with Benefits? At QinetiQ, our competitive remuneration and benefits package supports your evolving needs throughout your career. You'll share in the company's success, and be rewarded for your own. We'll invest in your professional development and provide an inclusive environment for you to succeed. Some of our benefits include: Individual professional development fund Flexible work Purchased leave program and loyalty leave Up to 18 weeks paid parental leave Annual incentive scheme Complimentary salary continuance insurance Annual volunteering leave with Operation Give Back Relaxed dress code A full list of our employee benefits and further information can be found here: https://www.qinetiq.com/en-au/careers/benefits If you are a highly motivated and experienced IT Architect who enjoys merging Technology with Business to deliver value outcome then we would like to hear from you. LI-RB LI-hybrid • Mon, 03 JunQinetiq
Senior Manager, ICT Vendors and Contracts » Australia - Information Technology Services - IT Governance Achieve a work-life balance with 36.25 hours/wk, purchased leave, WFH more Uplift ICT vendor and contract management capabilities at UQ Based at our vibrant St Lucia campus About UQ As part of the UQ community, you will have the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds, who have joined us from all over the world. Everyone here has a role to play. As a member of our professional staff cohort, you will be actively involved in working towards our vision of a better world. By supporting the academic endeavour across teaching, research, and the student life, you will have the opportunity to contribute to activities that have a lasting impact on our community. Join a community where excellence is at the core of our culture, contributions are valued and a range of benefits and rewards are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual leave loading Health and wellness discounts - fitness passport access, free yearly flu vaccinations, discounted health insurance, and access to our Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family On campus childcare options Cheap parking (from just $5.75 a day) Salary packaging options About This Opportunity The Senior Manager, ICT Vendors and Contracts is responsible for managing UQ's engagement with strategic ICT supply arrangements to ensure that both contracts and supplier relationships are actively managed in relation to cost, quality and risk, and overall optimisation of benefits to UQ. The role will be a key contributor in developing, reviewing, and implementing the ICT Contract and Supplier Management Framework. The Senior Manager, ICT Vendors and Contracts will have direct responsibility for managing a number of strategic ICT contracts, as well as providing high level advice to the CIO and other senior UQ managers on contract and supplier management issues. The role will be responsible for establishing, implementing, and maintaining sound contract management and supplier relationship management practices across the entire UQ ICT portfolio, undertaking coordination and quality assurance in relation to contract and supplier management for the ICT category. As the Senior Manager, ICT Vendors and Contracts you will be required to develop and maintain effective stakeholder relationships and work closely with the subject matter experts for networking, end user computing, licensing, enterprise applications, application and web development and infrastructure to manage risk, deliver value for money and manage contracts and supplier relationships. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to: Contract and Supplier Management Lead the contract and supplier management activities for a number of strategic enterprise solutions and strategic suppliers to ensure ongoing quality and stability of services, and containment of cost and business risk. Work cooperatively with key stakeholders, including service owners, in developing the best approach to contract and supplier management for their ICT contracts, in order to achieve cost savings, non-financial benefits and improved risk management across the ICT category. Liaise with UQ Legal Services in relation to identified legal risks and, variation, contract breach and termination actions associated with managed contracts. Lead, support and mentor staff to develop their capabilities in IT contract and supplier management. Contribute in developing a strategic supplier program to leverage existing partnerships in order to deliver improved outcomes. Policy, Advice and Capability Develop and maintain effective and efficient procedures for the management of ICT contracts and supplier relationships, to effectively manage supplier performance and work towards improved contract management and benefits realisation for the ICT category. Clearly articulate the principles and requirements for effective ICT contract and supplier management to the University community, including through developing templates and guidance material, and conducting appropriate training. Advise and assist other IT procurement professionals and non-procurement contract managers with contract and supplier relationship management tasks, directed at improving commercial outcomes and increasing UQ's IT contract and supplier management capability. Provide high level advice to the CIO, ITS Senior Management Group, Associate Director and other Senior University Stakeholders on contract and supplier management within the ICT category, including through regular reporting. Liaise with and influence internal senior stakeholders to promote the benefits of the effective contract and supplier management. Negotiations Where appropriate, lead supplier negotiations for strategic ICT product and service agreements to ensure UQ holds a beneficial position and to achieve better value and savings. Provide high level advice to the CIO, ITS Senior Management Group, and other Senior University Stakeholders in relation to ICT supplier negotiations. Review supplier contracts for compliance and business risk management. This is a full-time, continuing (permanent) position. At HEW level 9, the full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $127,496 - $134,829, plus a generous super allowance of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be up to $149,171 - $157,750 annually. As these roles are covered by an Enterprise Agreement, you will also receive regular remuneration increases in line with the Enterprise Agreement. About You We are seeking a dynamic and experienced ICT procurement professional with extensive contract and vendor management skills and a background in managing enterprise SaaS software and managed services agreements. You will have experience establishing value-adding vendor management practices with supporting processes and guides and enjoy mentoring others to build capability throughout the organisation. Further criteria include: Qualifications and training equivalent to a postgraduate degree in IT, business, law or related field and extensive relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. Expertise in contract and supplier management, commercial negotiation techniques, and ICT procurement policies and procedures in large and/or complex organisations (preferably in a university setting). Broad knowledge of the IT industry, ICT procurement trends, and experience leading significant procurement activities, especially supplier negotiations. Extensive experience in developing, negotiating, and managing ICT contracts, including drafting amendments and implementing supplier service improvements. Proven ability to consult with and influence stakeholders to achieve outcomes in complex environments, preferably within a university setting. Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills, including demonstrated negotiation abilities, an ability to present views credibly, thoughtfully, and persuasively and an ability to consider and reconcile diverse ideas and views through negotiation. Ability to undertake risk management, workload prioritisation, and team leadership, with a committed, self-motivated, and positive approach to achieving delivery goals and outcomes. Desirable criteria: Procurement qualification/s (e.g. Level 3 procurement training, CIPSA accreditation) Sound knowledge of the University's policies, procedures and documentation, and an understanding of current State Government legislation with regards to procurement, or the ability to acquire this knowledge rapidly. In addition, the following mandatory requirements apply: Work Rights: You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. Background Checks: All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record and education check. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Mr Sumit Bansal, Associate Director, ICT Procurement and Commercial Services via s.bansaluq.edu.au. For application queries, please contact talentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Cover letter addressing the 'About You' section Resume Other Information At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in the broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, or age. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to talentuq.edu.au. If you are a current employee (including casual staff and HDR scholars) or hold an unpaid/affiliate appointment, please login to your staff Workday account and visit the internal careers board to apply for this opportunity. Please do NOT apply via the external job board. Applications close 13 June 2024 at 11.00pm AEST (Job Reference Number - R-39210). Applications will be reviewed as received. Candidates may be interviewed prior to the job closing date. We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible. The University of Queensland reserves the right to close this application process early. • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Queensland
Regional Sales Director - Enterprise » Sydney, NSW - a strong network of existing relationships with CIO's, Line of Business Leaders, & Digital Leaders across the largest ASX listed... • Sat, 01 JunDynatrace
Senior Systems Analyst » Joondalup, WA - . Join a close-knit team of nine developers with a mix of senior and junior members. Work in a supportive environment with a great CIO... • Sat, 01 JunVerse Group$120000 per year
CISO (Australia Sector) » Adelaide, SA - to announce we are now recruiting for an experienced tactical CISO to join QinetiQ's IT family. Reporting to the CIO, the CISO... • Sat, 01 JunQinetiQ
Enterprise Architect - Australia Sector » Adelaide, SA - to announce we are now recruiting for an experienced Enterprise Architect to join QinetiQ's IT family. Reporting to the CIO, the... • Sat, 01 JunQinetiQ
Head of Strategy & Commercial Management - Technology » Australia - Join the change. Together, we'll make history. As we keep the lights on for over four million customers and move towards a more sustainable way of life, it's an exciting time to be at AGL. We're re-imagining how homes and business live and work across the country and we want you to be a part of it. This moment will define our time, and your career as you work alongside Australia's best and brightest minds. You'll grow and learn in a collaborative, safe and supportive environment and play your part in changing the course of tomorrow. Everyone at AGL is an important part of building a better energy future and we want you to join in. About the Role As AGL's Head of Strategy & Commercial Management, reporting to the CIO, your role is critical in providing leadership to govern, manage, measure, and ensure the quality and performance of the Technology Department's business operations. Your focus is to support the Technology function in doing the right things in the right ways, improving overall efficiency and effectiveness. There are 6 key functions within your team's remit: Commercial Management and Operational Execution Resource Management and Utilization Reporting and Insights Strategy Execution Risk Management Planning and Portfolio Management What you'll be doing Lead Business Management to implement financial controls and manage IT CAPEX and OPEX against plans. Ensure cost-effective IT delivery and commercial governance with suppliers. Coordinate closely with Finance, Procurement, and Capital Governance. Implement demand management for accurate business alignment and cost reduction. Support smart sourcing strategies for efficiency. Develop health and safety practices and promote a safety culture. Lead planning and portfolio management for effective investment decisions. Define new ways of working operating model with the Technology leadership team. Instill lean management disciplines for continuous improvement. Establish operational dashboards for IT functions to drive data-driven decisions. About you Experience in ensuring projects are delivered on time, in budget, and to quality standards. Strong documentation, financial, relationship building, and facilitation skills. Leadership and mentoring abilities, with experience in handling multiple priorities and change management. Excellent leadership, team building, interpersonal, and communication skills, including stakeholder management. Strong analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills with a business focus. Background in Program Management with a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline. Practical knowledge of technology methodologies such as; Agile, Lean 6 Sigma, AWS, Azure and information security. We'd love to see your application by Monday 10th of June, 2024. Inclusion at AGL At AGL, we value diversity and welcome applicants from various backgrounds, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, individuals with disabilities, culturally diverse individuals, and members of the LGBTQ community. AGL is dedicated to maintaining a diverse workforce and encourages applicants to share their lived experiences. We offer reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and respect the privacy of those who choose not to disclose. To learn more visit: www.agl.com.au/careers AGL is a Circle Back Initiative employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Job Family Group: Strategic or Corporate Planning - Group • Sat, 01 JunAGL Energy
Head of Strategy & Commercial Management - Technology » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join the change. Together, we'll make history. As we keep the lights on for over four million customers and move towards a more sustainable way of life, it's an exciting time to be at AGL. We're re-imagining how homes and business live and work across the country and we want you to be a part of it. This moment will define our time, and your career as you work alongside Australia's best and brightest minds. You'll grow and learn in a collaborative, safe and supportive environment and play your part in changing the course of tomorrow. Everyone at AGL is an important part of building a better energy future and we want you to join in. About the Role As AGL's Head of Strategy & Commercial Management, reporting to the CIO, your role is critical in providing leadership to govern, manage, measure, and ensure the quality and performance of the Technology Department's business operations. Your focus is to support the Technology function in doing the right things in the right ways, improving overall efficiency and effectiveness. There are 6 key functions within your team's remit: Commercial Management and Operational Execution Resource Management and Utilization Reporting and Insights Strategy Execution Risk Management Planning and Portfolio Management What you'll be doing Lead Business Management to implement financial controls and manage IT CAPEX and OPEX against plans. Ensure cost-effective IT delivery and commercial governance with suppliers. Coordinate closely with Finance, Procurement, and Capital Governance. Implement demand management for accurate business alignment and cost reduction. Support smart sourcing strategies for efficiency. Develop health and safety practices and promote a safety culture. Lead planning and portfolio management for effective investment decisions. Define new ways of working operating model with the Technology leadership team. Instill lean management disciplines for continuous improvement. Establish operational dashboards for IT functions to drive data-driven decisions. About you Experience in ensuring projects are delivered on time, in budget, and to quality standards. Strong documentation, financial, relationship building, and facilitation skills. Leadership and mentoring abilities, with experience in handling multiple priorities and change management. Excellent leadership, team building, interpersonal, and communication skills, including stakeholder management. Strong analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills with a business focus. Background in Program Management with a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline. Practical knowledge of technology methodologies such as; Agile, Lean 6 Sigma, AWS, Azure and information security. We'd love to see your application by Monday 10th of June, 2024. Inclusion at AGL At AGL, we value diversity and welcome applicants from various backgrounds, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, individuals with disabilities, culturally diverse individuals, and members of the LGBTQ community. AGL is dedicated to maintaining a diverse workforce and encourages applicants to share their lived experiences. We offer reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and respect the privacy of those who choose not to disclose. To learn more visit: www.agl.com.au/careers AGL is a Circle Back Initiative employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Job Family Group: Strategic or Corporate Planning - Group • Sat, 01 JunAGL Energy
Sharepoint Administrator, Executive Level 1, Application Management & Support » Canberra, ACT - Ongoing management, support and development of the ServiceNow platform The CIO Group is an exciting, fast-paced team... • Fri, 31 MayDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
ICT Security Specialist » Eagle Farm, Brisbane - Senior ICT Security Specialist IPD Group Ltd ABN: 12 111 178 351 Location: Eagle Farm, Queensland This is an exciting opportunity for a Senior ICT Security Specialist to join our team and take charge of establishing, managing, and administering IPD Group’s ICT security policy and procedures. You will play a pivotal role in forming and guiding the execution of our cyber security strategy across all business unit ensuring resilience and compliance with industry standards. Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, this role will be based in our Eagle Farm office. Duties and Responsibilities: ● Assisting the CIO in maintaining, designing and enhancing our cyber security posture by aligning the group's cyber implementation plan with our risk appetite. ● Planning, executing and establishing comprehensive security measures and applications including Endpoint Management, Vulnerability and Dependency Management (VDMR), and advanced threat protection. ● Leading attack simulations, penetration testing, and preventive measures to anticipate and prevent security breaches in line with approved protocols ● Working with IT and software teams to integrate security best practices throughout projects, including the implementation of of cyber security policies and procedures ● Selecting and managing third-party security vendors to meet security standards, whilst maintaining accountability for established procedures ● Implement risk mitigation strategies in the event of critical cyber security events ● Guiding junior team members and providing training to enhance awareness of cyber security principles. ● Staying updated on cyber security trends and leveraging knowledge to refine security strategies. ● Analysing infrastructure vulnerabilities, recommending solutions, and assessing damage from security incidents. ● Troubleshooting and diagnostic support ● Implementing continuous improvement methodologies for risk minimisation ● Maintaining appropriate documentation, logs and records for relevant systems ● Staying abreast of the latest cyber security trends, technologies, and threats. ● Leverage this knowledge to continuously refine our security strategies and practices, ensuring we remain at the forefront of cyber defence. Experience and attributes: ● Relevant Tertiary Qualification or equivalent industry experience ● Current or previous experience in configuring, operating, designing and architecting security solutions for business and technology initiatives ● Strong understanding and working knowledge of MS intune, Defender suite, Purview, M365, Sentinel, and other Azure infrastructure solutions critical. ● Experience with attack simulation and mitigation tools. ● Experience in constructing policies, standards and processes. ● Experience with security engineering and its relationship to infrastructure-as-code, CI/CD, automation, and application development desirable ● Background in understanding Application security, API’s and Software preferrable ● Familiarity with ISO27001, NIST 800-53, essential 8, MITRE ATT&CK/D3FEND, threat modelling and related methodologies or frameworks ● Willingness to travel as required; ● Proven communication and negotiation skills; ● Excellent time management and planning skills About us IPD Group is a dynamic ASX listed, Australian owned business. We provide design, development and distribution of electrical products and technologies. Electrical hardware distribution with product assembly and workshop for customised solutions. Electrical vehicle charging hardware and infrastructure solutions, providing complete electrical engineering and service provider in high and low voltage projects. Having operated for 65 years we are trusted partner to our customers. Be an integral part of our team when you take up this exciting opportunity. If this sounds like the role and team for you, please send us your resume with a cover letter telling us why this is the role for you. We will be reviewing applications as we receive, so if you have the skills and experience, we are seeking, submit your application now. IPD is committed to a workplace culture that recognise and support an inclusive approach in the workplace. We are open to diversity, equity and human rights. We respect and value the contribution of people from all cultures, backgrounds, genders, ages, ethnicities, abilities, sexual orientations and religious beliefs. Job Type: Full-time and permanent Salary: AUD$85,000 plus superannuation Hours: 38 hours per week Work authorisation: Permitted to work unrestricted in Australia When you apply, please tell us what pronouns you use. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Only applicants suitable for the position will be contacted. We kindly ask agencies not to submit any resumes without our consent. • Fri, 31 MayIPD Group Ltd
Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging » The Rocks, Sydney - Join us in pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. Our inspiring and caring environment forms a global community that celebrates diversity and individuality. We encourage you to step beyond your comfort zone, offering resources and flexibility to foster your professional and personal growth, all while valuing your unique contributions. Apply now for the position of Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging, working within our Advanced Therapies team. We believe in true flexibility and are happy for the position to be based out of Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. As a recognised professional in Theatre imaging you will be responsible for providing clinical applications support to new and existing customers in the operation of Siemens Cios mobile C-arm systems, as well as providing clinical support to the Sales and Marketing teams. Your role: Prepare, set up and deliver clinical training as per customer requirements. Perform system demonstrations and presentations in a clinical environment to support the sales process. Liaise with customer service in discriminating between technical and applications related problems. About you: Current Radiation licence and registration with AHPRA as a Radiographer High standard of clinical and technological knowledge in theatre and surgical imaging Have proven ability to provide clinical training. Willing to travel throughout Australia and New Zealand Current driver's license Evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia. Who we are: We are a team of more than 71,000 highly dedicated Healthineers in more than 70 countries. As a leader in medical technology, we constantly push the boundaries to create better outcomes and experiences for patients, no matter where they live or what health issues they are facing. Our portfolio is crucial for clinical decision-making and treatment pathways. How we work: When you join Siemens Healthineers, you become one in a global team of scientists, clinicians, developers, researchers, professionals, and skilled specialists, who believe in each individual's potential to contribute with diverse ideas. We are from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, political and/or sexual orientations, and work together, to fight the world's most threatening diseases and enable access to care, united by one purpose: to pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from individuals with disabilities. We care about your data privacy and take compliance with GDPR as well as other data protection legislation seriously. For this reason, we ask you not to send us your CV or resume by email. Please create a profile within our talent community and subscribe to personalized job alert that will keep you posted about new opportunities. To all recruitment agencies: Siemens Healthineers' recruitment is internally managed, with external support permitted only when a qualified supplier has established a formal contract with us. Unsolicited candidate submissions and referrals, absent a current supplier contract, do not establish consent and are ineligible for fees. We delete and destroy unsolicited information, thus, would recommend you refrain from any such practices. Your adherence to our policies is appreciated. • Fri, 31 MaySiemens Corporation
Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - Join us in pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. Our inspiring and caring environment forms a global community that celebrates diversity and individuality. We encourage you to step beyond your comfort zone, offering resources and flexibility to foster your professional and personal growth, all while valuing your unique contributions. Apply now for the position of Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging, working within our Advanced Therapies team. We believe in true flexibility and are happy for the position to be based out of Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. As a recognised professional in Theatre imaging you will be responsible for providing clinical applications support to new and existing customers in the operation of Siemens Cios mobile C-arm systems, as well as providing clinical support to the Sales and Marketing teams. Your role: Prepare, set up and deliver clinical training as per customer requirements. Perform system demonstrations and presentations in a clinical environment to support the sales process. Liaise with customer service in discriminating between technical and applications related problems. About you: Current Radiation licence and registration with AHPRA as a Radiographer High standard of clinical and technological knowledge in theatre and surgical imaging Have proven ability to provide clinical training. Willing to travel throughout Australia and New Zealand Current driver's license Evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia. Who we are: We are a team of more than 71,000 highly dedicated Healthineers in more than 70 countries. As a leader in medical technology, we constantly push the boundaries to create better outcomes and experiences for patients, no matter where they live or what health issues they are facing. Our portfolio is crucial for clinical decision-making and treatment pathways. How we work: When you join Siemens Healthineers, you become one in a global team of scientists, clinicians, developers, researchers, professionals, and skilled specialists, who believe in each individual's potential to contribute with diverse ideas. We are from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, political and/or sexual orientations, and work together, to fight the world's most threatening diseases and enable access to care, united by one purpose: to pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from individuals with disabilities. We care about your data privacy and take compliance with GDPR as well as other data protection legislation seriously. For this reason, we ask you not to send us your CV or resume by email. Please create a profile within our talent community and subscribe to personalized job alert that will keep you posted about new opportunities. To all recruitment agencies: Siemens Healthineers' recruitment is internally managed, with external support permitted only when a qualified supplier has established a formal contract with us. Unsolicited candidate submissions and referrals, absent a current supplier contract, do not establish consent and are ineligible for fees. We delete and destroy unsolicited information, thus, would recommend you refrain from any such practices. Your adherence to our policies is appreciated. • Fri, 31 MaySiemens Corporation
Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join us in pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. Our inspiring and caring environment forms a global community that celebrates diversity and individuality. We encourage you to step beyond your comfort zone, offering resources and flexibility to foster your professional and personal growth, all while valuing your unique contributions. Apply now for the position of Applications Specialist - Theatre Imaging, working within our Advanced Therapies team. We believe in true flexibility and are happy for the position to be based out of Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. As a recognised professional in Theatre imaging you will be responsible for providing clinical applications support to new and existing customers in the operation of Siemens Cios mobile C-arm systems, as well as providing clinical support to the Sales and Marketing teams. Your role: Prepare, set up and deliver clinical training as per customer requirements. Perform system demonstrations and presentations in a clinical environment to support the sales process. Liaise with customer service in discriminating between technical and applications related problems. About you: Current Radiation licence and registration with AHPRA as a Radiographer High standard of clinical and technological knowledge in theatre and surgical imaging Have proven ability to provide clinical training. Willing to travel throughout Australia and New Zealand Current driver's license Evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia. Who we are: We are a team of more than 71,000 highly dedicated Healthineers in more than 70 countries. As a leader in medical technology, we constantly push the boundaries to create better outcomes and experiences for patients, no matter where they live or what health issues they are facing. Our portfolio is crucial for clinical decision-making and treatment pathways. How we work: When you join Siemens Healthineers, you become one in a global team of scientists, clinicians, developers, researchers, professionals, and skilled specialists, who believe in each individual's potential to contribute with diverse ideas. We are from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, political and/or sexual orientations, and work together, to fight the world's most threatening diseases and enable access to care, united by one purpose: to pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from individuals with disabilities. We care about your data privacy and take compliance with GDPR as well as other data protection legislation seriously. For this reason, we ask you not to send us your CV or resume by email. Please create a profile within our talent community and subscribe to personalized job alert that will keep you posted about new opportunities. To all recruitment agencies: Siemens Healthineers' recruitment is internally managed, with external support permitted only when a qualified supplier has established a formal contract with us. Unsolicited candidate submissions and referrals, absent a current supplier contract, do not establish consent and are ineligible for fees. We delete and destroy unsolicited information, thus, would recommend you refrain from any such practices. Your adherence to our policies is appreciated. • Fri, 31 MaySiemens Corporation
Executive Assistant to the Chief Information Officer » Orange, NSW - About the role This role will provide broad range of high-level administrative services to the Chief Information Officer (CIO... • Thu, 30 MayNSW Health$39.15 - 40.07 per hour
Senior Manager, ICT Vendors and Contracts » Queensland - advice to the CIO and other senior UQ managers on contract and supplier management issues. The role will be responsible... and increasing UQ’s IT contract and supplier management capability. Provide high level advice to the CIO, ITS Senior Management... • Thu, 30 MayThe University of Queensland$127496 - 134829 per year
Manager, Information Security » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Reporting to the Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Manager, Information Security is a vital role responsible for establishing and maintaining VBA's strategic enterprise-wide information security management program, with the purpose of protecting the organisation. As the primary security liaison between the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and other Government Departments and Agencies, this role involves active participation in Information Security forums, promoting a cross-government perspective that ensures alignment and collaborative cybersecurity efforts across various government entities. The role will facilitate the exchange of security insights, strengthen collaborative measures, and support the development of unified cybersecurity protocols within the Victorian government. The role is a key function that will contribute to improving the maturity of the organisation's cybersecurity resilience. The role will also lead the Information Security Team who is responsible for helping business teams and projects understand their information security risks, identify treatments to manage those risks and comply with VBA and VPDSS Information Security standards and policies. Who we are looking for: Demonstrated experience at senior level in technology, risk, security or compliance. Substantial cyber experience in policy, consulting, legal, risk management, solution delivery, or other relevant cybersecurity roles. Experience applying security risk management in ICT environments within risk appetite. Experience preparing complex briefs, letters, emails and status reports using clear, concise and grammatically correct language in line with required formats. Degree or diploma in a relevant field such as cyber security, psychology, criminology, law. How to Apply What to include in your application: A copy of your resume. A cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. VBA Commitment We value diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. We're hoping to find a broad range of experiences, and people from all backgrounds and communities to join us at the VBA. We invite you to talk to us about any preferences or adjustments you may need to either our recruitment process or the role itself. If you identify as a person with disability, please let us know how we can provide additional support to your application. If this is you, please don't hesitate to get in touch via recruitvba.vic.gov.au. We encourage you to discuss flexible work options with the hiring manager during the recruitment process. Working at the VBA - what you can expect: To be part of a passionate, supportive, and motivated team. The opportunity to use your knowledge and skills within a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation. An amazing employee engagement program, career development, and flexible hybrid work arrangements for greater work life balance. Important information Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted. • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Senior Director, Planning and Delivery Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Transport Canberra and City Services CIO Branch in seeking an experienced leader to fill the position of Senior Director Planning and Delivery for 4 weeks. Reporting to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and working collaboratively with the TCCS leadership, the Senior Director Planning and Delivery will be responsible for activities which include: Support the leadership of the branch in ensuring that the Directorate’s and Government’s strategic digital transformation objectives and commitments are delivered effectively and efficiently. Leading the identification, planning and delivery of all TCCS ICT related projects and initiatives including establishment of and compliance with appropriate, best-practice governance and reporting structures. Fostering and growing strategic relationships both within TCCS and across the ACT Government and identifying opportunities to improve service delivery through digitalisation and the implementation of appropriate ICT solutions. Overseeing development of, and promoting enterprise ICT policies, procedures and architecture standards. Coordinate across the CIO Branch and TCCS Business Units, and provide guidance to the embedded Digital, Data and Technology Solutions (DDTS) IT Team to deliver the Directorate’s ICT Strategy, digital transformation initiatives, and ICT Projects. Some key initiatives over the acting period will include: Finalising the Application Portfolio Assessment Project. Development of the TCCS Application Roadmap. Developing a TCCS current state architecture. Establishing a TCCS future state architecture. Eligibility/Other requirements: Tertiary qualifications in Information Technology or a related discipline, and greater than five years’ experience in senior Information Technology Management is highly desirable. Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate or Post Graduate qualifications and/or accreditation in Project Management, and greater than five years’ experience delivering technology related projects in a government setting is highly desirable. Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate or Post Graduate qualifications and/or accreditation in procurement and contract management, and greater than five years’ experience delivering procurement and contract management activities in a government setting is highly desirable. Notes: This is a temporary position available from 24 June 2024 to 24 July 2024. Selection may be based on written application and referee reports only. This position is available to ACT Government officers and employees only. How to Apply: Expressions of interest are sought from potential candidates and should include: One-page pitch addressing the primary responsibilities for this position contained in the Position Description. A current curriculum vitae. Contact details of two referees. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available from 24 June 2024 to 24 July 2024. • Wed, 29 MayACT Government
Head of Technology - ANZ » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Highly influential leadership role for the ANZ region of this global business. About Your New Employer West Recruitment is excited to be partnering with a global leader within the logistics industry. This billion-dollar global business is going through an exciting period of change and growth on a global level. The ANZ region has a user community of over 1000 seats and promotes a culture that is friendly, collaborative and underpinned by teamwork. About Your New Role Reporting to the Regional CIO based overseas, the Head of IT ANZ is a highly visible and influential position throughout the Australia & New Zealand region. This role will work closely with the local executive team, where you are seen as the trusted advisor for technology and have a reporting line to the CIO for the region, based offshore. Responsible for leading a team of 40 IT professionals, that consist of 25 onshore staff and 20 offshore resources, the prime function of this role is to provide leadership to the Australian business including Heads of IT, whilst acting as the conduit between the technology function and the business. Additionally, you will be responsible for adhering to the global IT strategy. Other responsibilities include: Take ownership of the IT strategic roadmap for the ANZ business in keeping with the global strategy. Manage and maintain relationships with the local executive leadership team. Financial ownership of the IT P&L for the region. Spearhead IT projects and digital transformation that would incorporate cyber security uplift, system refreshes, automation & delivery of digital initiatives. Have financial responsibility of the IT P&L and the annual IT operating budget. About You Will hold a technology related IT degree or comparable qualification. Has experience working within a leadership position with a matrix structured organisation Is a proven leader of large IT teams (>20 people) that supports a user community of more than 2000 people. Brings expertise from the logistics or supply chain industries as a preference or alternatively from manufacturing or another heavy industry (secondary). Has a track record of successfully delivering IT projects for your organisation that include Cyber security uplift, system refreshes-including decommissioning and digital initiatives. Originally coming from a technical IT background, your true value lies in your leadership style and ability to influence senior executives. You will have strong commercial acumen and a passion for making technology a business leading function. Sound interesting? Apply through the link or contact samkingwestrecruitment.com.au if you have specific queries about this position. • Tue, 28 MayWest Recruitment
Information and Data Manager » Parkes, South Canberra - This position is part of the Information Management Section within the Information Services Department. The Information Management Section manages the Gallery's information management, data and records services, mail services and emerging information management requirements to meet our strategic and business needs. The position reports to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and is responsible for ensuring the day-to-day operations of the information and mail section operate efficiently, are well organised and supports the CIO in delivering high quality outcomes and modern services for the National Gallery. The National Gallery has commenced a transformation agenda in how it manages its information and data. The Gallery's Information Management Strategy and implementation roadmap are being reviewed to support our cornerstone reform project introducing a new integrated information system which manages records in place (MS Teams and Content Manager). The project involves a large change management program, systems configuration, and review of procedures and instructional material. The occupant of this role will need to draw on the extensive skills, experience in information management to manage this body of work and ensure successful adoption by all Gallery staff. The key duties of the position include In accordance with the Executive Level 1 work level standards, you will: Provide high level leadership and manage the Gallery's Information Strategy, Information and Technology Governance Advisory Group, Information policy and supporting procedures, including setting annual priorities and updating the Gallery's Information Strategy Roadmap, driving change and improving the Gallery's "Digital Check-up" survey results Actively contribute to the Gallery's strategic direction and development of information management services supporting it's core business, including identification of areas for process improvement and automation Lead and implement a new information system to enable electronic documents and records including managing the transition for all Gallery staff from physical to digital records in line with the National Archives of Australia policy Manage information and data security, controls and appropriate access for staff of document and records and ensure effective risk management plans and policies for information systems are in place, monitored and updated regularly Manage the mail function including screening, collection, self-service support and couriers Manage the budget of the information management section Provide high level advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders Manage vendors and service contracts for information management and mail functions completed by third parties • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Digital Skills and Talent Register - Non-ongoing and Section (26) Transfer » Australia - About the Department The department plays a key role in the Australian Government's agenda to create jobs and build a stronger, more resilient and competitive economy. Our work builds on Australia's existing strengths, supports businesses to grow, and drives new opportunities for long-term productivity growth and prosperity. The success of the department helps Australia recover from the economic consequences of COVID-19 and adapt to its ongoing effects. Through our work, we support the government's economic recovery plan and help to deliver a better future for all Australians. About the division The Chief Information Officer (CIO) Division is a progressive, diverse, and dynamic division that delivers and uplifts the digital capability of the Department of Industry, Science and Resources. The division enables the department to a be a leader across government in use of data science, AI policy, and operationalising emerging technology. We are well progressed in our transition to modern cloud-based architecture and are proactive in the delivery of the latest digital offerings to the department, including emerging assistive technologies. We value an inclusive and positive workplace, support flexible work arrangements, and provide opportunities to diversify and expand the skillsets and career pathways of staff. The division considers applications from across Australia; the department has offices in all major cities and consider remote work on a case-by-case basis. The opportunity The Digital Skills Register is an opportunity for candidates to register their interest in employment with the department's CIO division. The register will enable the division to access appropriately skilled and experienced candidates as opportunities arise, for: Non-ongoing opportunities Ongoing and temporary Section 26 transfer opportunities for current ongoing APS staff Our ideal candidate We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, motivated self-starters with technical skills and experience in the following Digital Professions: Delivery Managers Project and program managers Project and program support officers Business analysts Service Desk Officers Web and Application Developers Software Engineers Cyber Security Advisors Data Analysts Database Administrators Enterprise Architects Solution Architects Cloud Engineers Infrastructure Engineers Networks Specialists Test Engineers and analysts Change and Communications Managers The key duties of the position include We are seeking applicants from all sectors who demonstrate the relevant competencies outlined below, in line with the relevant classification applied for and the APS Integrated Leadership System (ILS): Critical and creative problem-solving approach High level research and analysis skills Excellent communication and writing skills Excellent organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail For executive levels, the ability to build capability within teams through coaching, mentoring and performance feedback, and encouraging innovation. Professional curiosity and strong digital literacy. If this sounds like you, register your expression of interest to work with us today Candidates should be aware that this is a register and that you will only be contacted regarding your application if an opportunity arises that matches your skills, qualifications and/or experience. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Customer Success Advisor - Australia » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Our vision is to be the Champions of a Safer Digital Future and the Champions of Change. We believe in empowering individuals and teams with freedom and responsibility to align their goals such that we all row in the same direction. We are uncomfortably transparent, autonomous & accountable; we have zero tolerance for brilliant jerks; we have an unlimited vacation policy and more. For us, our Culture Is Our Strategy - check out our Culture Memo for more details and surprises. Location: Australia Experience: 5-10 years Core Responsibilities: Owns the entire customer journey - from onboarding to value realization to value expansion - measuring specific metrics throughout the journey Acts as the "voice of the customer" inside the company Owns the customer relationship - including relationships with the CISO/CIOs and IT operational teams - with the aim of becoming a trusted advisor on cyber risk Owns metrics such as NRR, NPS, and value realization Becomes a SAFE platform expert and help customers become self-sufficient Assists in identifying and documenting best practices and ensuring customer environments align with them Partners with Customer Success Engineers (CSE) to resolve any issues with customer deployments Communicates and tracks customer product enhancements with SAFE Product Management Present customer business reviews to executive business owners and technical customer contacts Travel to customer locations will be required Essential Skills/ Qualifications/ Experience: Technical knowledge: Breadth of knowledge around cybersecurity, cyber risk, security compliance Empathy with the customer; listening power Strong project management skills - super detail-oriented and disciplined 5 years of experience in risk consulting, management consulting, customer success Takes an advisory approach to large Fortune 1000 customers Track record of delivering on customer success metrics Confidence in being an advisor to the CXOs Comfort with building, ambiguity, and high growth chaos in a startup environment Join our rocket ship if you want to learn, make your mark and work with incredible talent • Sun, 26 MaySafe Security
Senior Infrastructure Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Chief Information Office (CIO) Services Group. The role will be multi-faceted and we are looking for a unique individual who... • Sun, 26 MayLeidos
IT Projects Delivery Manager » Gepps Cross, SA - passionate about people and process optimisation, we want to hear from you! RESPONSIBILITES Reporting to the Group CIO... • Sat, 25 MayStratco
Regional Executive: Technology Services APAC & IMETA » Sydney, NSW - , you'll be reporting to the Global CIO and Regional CEO, primarily located in Sydney, Australia. About the Role You'll... • Sat, 25 May
Senior Infrastructure Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Chief Information Office (CIO) Services Group. The role will be multi-faceted and we are looking for a unique individual who... • Sat, 25 MayLeidos
IT Projects Delivery Manager » Gepps Cross, SA - passionate about people and process optimisation, we want to hear from you! RESPONSIBILITES Reporting to the Group CIO... • Sat, 25 MayStratco
Senior Infrastructure Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Your New Role We are looking for an experienced senior infrastructure engineer, to join our high performing, talented, multi-disciplinary infrastructure team sitting in the Chief Information Office (CIO) Services Group. The role will be multi-faceted and we are looking for a unique individual who is able to contribute broadly across the Australian business. The role will focus on several key activities including but not limited to: Ticket Management Resolution Monitoring Management Resolution Use PRTG/Splunkto check for outages, identify and implement monitoring for identified gaps Virtualisation Management Compute, storage, networking Compute Infrastructure Management VM builds, decommision, resolving of failures Server Management Vulnerability investigation and resolution Data Centre Activities SCCM Management InTune deployments of Android and iOS updates Operating System deployments, support and management This role does require the successful applicant to be an Australian Citizen . • Sat, 25 MayLeidos
Finance Systems Manager » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Newly created role | CBD Head Office | Well established and highly respected firm Newly created role CBD Head Office Well established and highly respected firm As Finance Systems Manager, you will lead the charge in upgrading current and successfully implementing new financial systems. Your role is crucial in driving process improvements, streamlining workflows, ensuring project deadlines are met, and fostering a deep understanding of finance processes and organisational culture. In this role you will use your accounting knowledge, experience, commercial acumen and technology expertise to deliver highly efficient and optimised information solutions across the business. You will support the technical environment to ensure the efficient provision of high-quality information for our stakeholders from operational to executive level. The position also drives continuous improvement in efficiency, effectiveness and control for Finance and other business processes and systems. Key Responsibilities: Lead end-to-end implementation of new system projects, collaborating with cross-functional teams. Define project scope, objectives, and deliverables, establishing clear timelines and milestones. Mitigate risks and address any roadblocks. Identify inefficiencies in existing processes related to finance systems, implement best practices, and drive continuous improvement. Coordinate user training and change management efforts, ensuring systems meet user needs. Manage smooth transition from legacy systems to new platforms. Provide subject matter expertise to guide system selection and configuration, and oversee the deployment of new software. Troubleshoot system-related issues and optimize functionality. Document processes, configurations, and system changes. Work closely with the Finance Manager, Finance function, COO, CIO, IT Team and Vendors. Desired Qualifications/Experience Relevant tertiary qualification in Accounting or Business. Strong accounting and financial systems background. Proven experience (5 years) in systems implementation. Experience using project management methodologies. Strong knowledge of financial systems (Aderant would be an advantage). Excellent communication and stakeholder management abilities. Willing to assist others and be a team player. Join us and take the lead in transforming our financial systems, driving efficiency, and making a tangible impact on our firm's success. Apply now to be a part of our dynamic team and contribute to our ongoing growth and innovation. Like to know more? If you’re interested in this opportunity, please get in touch with Phil Scardigno at a&co Recruitment Partners on 0439 074 202 or email phil.scardignoaandco.au with your updated resume. • Fri, 24 MayA & Co Recruitment Partners
Information and Data Manager » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Full-time EL1 role - Available from 20 June 2024 Picturesque lakeside location Information and Data Manager - Records Management Baseline clearance required - Ability to obtain NV1 $130,000 per annum 15.4% super Overview When you work with us, you will be exposed to some of the world's leading Australian and international art and artists. We are located in the National triangle on the waterfront and your lunchtimes can be spent in our beautiful sculpture garden or around Lake Burley Griffin. We support flexible working practices, including working from home, and you will have access to low-cost, onsite car parking. The position reports to the CIO and is responsible for ensuring the day-to-day operations of the information and mail section operate efficiently, are well organised and supports the CIO in delivering high quality outcomes and modern services. We have commenced a transformation agenda in how it manages its information and data. Our Information Management Strategy and implementation roadmap are being reviewed to support our cornerstone reform project introducing a new integrated information system which manages records in place (MS Teams and Content Manager). The project involves a large change management program, systems configuration, and review of procedures and instructional material. The occupant of this role will need to draw on the extensive skills, experience in information management to manage this body of work and ensure successful adoption by all staff. Duties Provide high level leadership and manage the Information Strategy, Information and Technology Governance Advisory Group, Information policy and supporting procedures, including setting annual priorities and updating the Information Strategy Roadmap, driving change and improving the "Digital Check-up" survey results. Actively contribute to the strategic direction and development of information management services supporting it's core business, including identification of areas for process improvement and automation. Lead and implement a new information system to enable electronic documents and records including managing the transition for all Gallery staff from physical to digital records in line with the National Archives of Australia policy. Manage information and data security, controls and appropriate access for staff of document and records and ensure effective risk management plans and policies for information systems are in place, monitored and updated regularly. Manage the mail function including screening, collection, self-service support and couriers. Manage the budget of the information management section. Selection Criteria Demonstrated leadership and organisational abilities together with a high level of achievement, strategic thinking and analytical skills, and a demonstrated capacity to use innovative ideas in delivering an information, data and records capability Highly developed skills in information management, electronic documents and digital records management, and process management with demonstrated experience in reviewing, developing and implementing related strategies, policies and procedures Highly developed skills to evaluate ongoing project performance and ability to identify critical success factors and respond flexibly to changing demands especially as they relate to project management and risk Demonstrated ability to manage staff and workloads to meet organisational deadlines and priorities within budget in a high pressure, busy and changing client service environment Demonstrated experience in analysing requirements, vendor evaluations, and developing, managing vendors and contracts to deliver outcomes Highly developed oral and written communication skills together with a high level of proven organisation, negotiation, interpersonal and representational skills. This is a full-time, non-ongoing employment opportunity which may become ongoing. To apply for this EL1 Information & Data Manager role, please click the Quick Apply button to forward your CV to Andy at the Recruitment Hive. Please note our internal Job ID is AE 9435 and this round closes on the 7th of June 2024. • Fri, 24 MayRecruitment Hive
SQL Database Administrator, Executive Level 1, CIO Division » Canberra, ACT - Canberra Applications close 16 June About the Department The Department of Industry, Science and Resources and our broader portfolio are integral to the Australian Government’s economic agenda. Our purpose is to help the government bu... • Fri, 24 MayDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
IT Projects Delivery Manager » Gepps Cross, Port Adelaide Area - Lead the IT PMO to deliver organisational benefits National leader in Australian Retail & Manufacturing Attractive Package | Work life balance | Flexible working ABOUT STRATCO Stratco is an Australian-owned innovator, manufacturer, and marketer of quality building and renovation solutions. With sophisticated manufacturing facilities, retail stores, and professional trade representation throughout Australia and New Zealand, Stratco has supplied a comprehensive range of products to the building and construction industries, and home improvement and DIY markets for over 75 years. THE OPPORTUNITY Without question, this presents as a highly sought after opportunity for a consummate, hands-on Project Manager to oversee our IT PMO. Joining our dynamic and empowered team, you will be afforded the luxury of harnessing the power of technology to drive success and innovation. Your remit will encompass driving operational improvements whilst managing a range of diverse projects. If you're passionate about people and process optimisation, we want to hear from you RESPONSIBILITES Reporting to the Group CIO, this role is perfect for a people-oriented professional who thrives in a collaborative environment and is adept at balancing strategic initiatives with day-to-day project execution. Broader responsibilities will include: PMO Leadership: Oversee the IT PMO, ensuring efficient and effective project management practices across the organisation. Project Portfolio Management: Facilitate the project request, assessment and governance processes and provide proactive services such as interdependency management, resource capacity management and financial control. Operational Improvements: Continually assess and improve the PMO operating model, identifying and implementing best practices to enhance project delivery. Project Management: Lead and manage IT projects from inception to completion, ensuring they are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget. Stakeholder Engagement: Build strong relationships with stakeholders at all levels, facilitating communication and ensuring alignment with project goals and objectives. Team Empowerment: Foster a culture of collaboration, mentorship and professional growth within the team. Reporting and Analytics: Develop and maintain project metrics, reports and dashboards to provide transparency and insights into project performance and PMO effectiveness. ABOUT YOU With a passion for providing excellence in IT project management, we're looking for the very best, and an individual demonstrating. Proven experience as an IT PMO Manager. A bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. A strong background in project management, with hands on experience and willingness to manage enterprise level IT projects. High attention to detail with proven ability to manage multiple competing priorities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with a knack for building relationships and influencing stakeholders. A natural ability to lead and inspire a team, fostering a positive and productive work environment. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with a focus on continuous improvement. Proficiency in project management tools and methodologies. PMP, PRINCE2 or similar certification is strongly desired. A preference for industry expertise encompassing retail, manufacturing and/or logistics realms. REWARDS & BENEFITS Flexible Working Arrangements | Health & Wellbeing Initiatives | Career Development Opportunities | Paid Parental Leave | Employee Referral Incentive | Stratco Team Member Discount Card | Private Health Corporate Discount | Flu Vaccinations | Employee Assistance Programme OUR PHILOSOPHY Whilst manufacturing is our foundation, our team is our future. Stratco are invested in providing fulfilling and rewarding careers, empowering our team to grow, and encouraging them to contribute and thrive. Be part of our dynamic business that is shaping outdoor living, improving the lifestyles of our customers, and making all our dreams come true. At Stratco, Safety is paramount, and we take every measure to ensure our team members ‘Return Home Safe’. We embrace diversity and are dedicated to building a team that reflects the communities we engage. We welcome and encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. To see more information about Stratco & our careers please visit – stratco.com.au/careers • Fri, 24 MayStratco
Account Executive » The Rocks, Sydney - Account Executive The Basics As an Account Executive on the Tanium field sales team, you will be responsible for generating opportunities to position the Tanium platform within an assigned territory and accounts in Mid Market and Enterprise segments across Australia. You'll be equally as comfortable with the CIO, CISO or VP Ops as you would hosting a room of Red Team members; from talking business benefits to bits and bytes. The successful sales representative drives a superior customer experience by delivering technology solutions tailored to customer needs and is able to exceed their assigned quota. What you'll do Articulate the value of the Tanium platform to decision makers and expertly manage the complex sales cycle Nurture and develop relationships within the assigned territory and/or accounts, presenting to the C-suite the value of the Tanium platform Work with the Partner and Marketing teams to define and support prospecting and sales efforts within assigned territory and/or accounts Generate appropriate sales development activity to ensure healthy pipeline management Accurately forecast, maintaining excellent SFDC hygiene Conduct online webinars or in-person presentations to generate qualified leads Travel as needed We're looking for someone with Significant enterprise software sales experience, generating and closing large & complex software transactions with the biggest customers in the region A strong team mentality - selling is a team sport at Tanium, where managing and using virtual resources to tackle large and complex sales cycles is a must have skill Proven track record of exceeding quota Experience calling on and presenting to C-Suite level contacts Background building and cultivating relationships with partner ecosystems to bring a partner-centric go-to-market approach to our customers The ability to evangelise and build new business opportunities within an assigned territory and/or accounts. Excellent communication and presentation skills About Tanium Tanium, the industry's only provider of converged endpoint management (XEM), leads the paradigm shift in legacy approaches to managing complex security and technology environments. Only Tanium protects every team, endpoint, and workflow from cyber threats by integrating IT, Operations, Security, and Risk into a single platform that delivers comprehensive visibility across devices, a unified set of controls, and a common taxonomy for a single shared purpose: to protect critical information and infrastructure at scale. Tanium has been named to the Forbes Cloud 100 list for six consecutive years and ranks on Fortune's list of the Best Large Workplaces in Technology. In fact, more than half of the Fortune 100 and the U.S. armed forces trust Tanium to protect people; defend data; secure systems; and see and control every endpoint, team, and workflow everywhere. That's the power of certainty. Visit www.tanium.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. On a mission. Together. At Tanium, we are stewards of a culture that emphasises the importance of collaboration, respect, and diversity. In our pursuit of revolutionising the way some of the largest enterprises and governments in the world solve their most difficult IT challenges, we are strengthened by our unique perspectives and by our collective actions. We are an organisation with stakeholders around the world and it's imperative that the diversity of our customers and communities is reflected internally in our team members. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive environment where everyone feels they have opportunities to succeed and grow because we know that only together can we do great things. Taking care of our team members Each of our team members has 5 days set aside as volunteer time off (VTO) to contribute to the communities they live in and give back to the causes they care about most. For more information on how Tanium processes your personal data, please see our Privacy Policy • Fri, 24 MayTanium Inc.
Account Manager » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - It starts with YES At Optus, we have an ambitious goal to be Australia’s most loved everyday brand. Based in Melbourne, the Account Manager role will develop and win new global business for Optus Enterprise & Business and manage and provide mentorship to the segment sales team. The Account Manager will be responsible to sell into a territory of larger businesses with telecommunications spend. Your day in the life of an Account Manager at Optus Developing positive relationships with target accounts, well ahead of tender or quote issuance. Building and maintaining customer satisfaction through the development of broad customer relationships, including senior management contact. Maintaining high activity levels to generate an opportunity pipeline sufficient to achieve orders targets. Producing accurate and complete documentation - maintain CRM System Records and provide timely and accurate reports as required. Build and manage effective relationships within the internal group that support the sales, implementation, and ongoing customer support activities. Your skills to pay the bills Experience in a relationship/strategic selling of ICT services. A high level of general business acumen with the ability to communicate effectively at CIO, CFO and CEO level. A consultative selling style with the ability to sell technical products and complex business solutions. Strong foundation in developing longer-term relationships and selling ICT, managed & professional services. Ability to identify and navigate sophisticated organisational, political customer structures and procurement processes. Success will be evident in the measurement of billed revenue, the profitability of that revenue, the signing of new business orders, an increase in customer share of wallet and customer satisfaction results. Perks we love at Optus Competitive salary and performance incentives Training, mentoring and development opportunities, ask us about OptusU. Up to five days of Volunteer Leave per year. A “connected” day for you to use to connect to something you are passionate about. Hybrid ways of working. At Optus, we are strengthened by others and that means valuing diversity and saying ‘yes’ to embracing individual differences. We are committed to ensuring that our application process provides an equal employment opportunity to all job seekers, including individuals from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, individuals with a disability, individuals identifying as being part of the LGBTQIA community, individuals who may have served in the armed forces or who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. If you require any adjustments or accessibility support to participate fairly and equitably in the recruitment process, please email AccessibleRecruitmentoptus.com.au along with your preferred method of contact and we will be in touch. For more information on Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Optus, please visit https://www.optus.com.au/about/inclusion-diversity. • Fri, 24 MayOptus
Digital Skills and Talent Register - Non-ongoing and Section (26) Transfer » Australia - Information Officer (CIO) Division is a progressive, diverse, and dynamic division that delivers and uplifts the digital... with the department’s CIO division. The register will enable the division to access appropriately skilled and experienced... • Fri, 24 MayDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Senior Director, Field Services Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) Chief Information Office (CIO) Branch is seeking a high-performing Senior Director to lead the Field Service Solutions Team. As a senior leader within TCCS, this role requires a person who can inspire, energise, and positively influence team and individual outcomes. The role is responsible for supervising, managing, and motivating a team and providing appropriate support and guidance. Effective employee engagement skills are a key enabler in the performance of this role as is a values-based leadership style. The Senior Director, Field Services leads the operations, maintenance, development, and support of the Field Service Platform (Salesforce), managing diverse teams of technical professionals (testers, developers, technical architects, service designers, business analysts, experience designers and others involved in the delivery of apps and related products and services) to achieve organisational outcomes, within budget and in compliance with relevant legislation, policy, and frameworks. Eligibility/Other requirements: Tertiary qualifications in Information Technology or a related discipline, and greater than five years’ experience in senior Information Technology Management is highly desirable. Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate or Post Graduate qualifications and/or accreditation in Information Technology or a related discipline, and greater than five years’ experience delivering technology related projects in a government setting is highly desirable. Salesforce certifications, ITIL Certification or similar IT Service Management qualification is desirable. Experience in Service Design, Design Thinking, Agile, Software Development and Dev Ops is desirable. Extensive experience delivering projects in a Salesforce or similar environment is desirable. Baseline security clearance. Notes: Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. This position is based in a workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk. How to Apply: Please submit a maximum three-page written response addressing the Selection Criteria with a consideration to the "Behavioural Capabilities". Applicants should also submit a current curriculum vitae and contact details for two referees. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI • Thu, 23 MayACT Government
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Solutions Architect Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - The Digital, Data and Information Branch, led by the Chief Information Officer (CIO), is looking for an experienced, well-rounded, and engaging Solutions Architect who will play a key role in providing a holistic and strategic view on technology solutions implemented across the Directorate. The Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (EPSDD) is responsible for a wide range of policies and programs within the ACTPS that includes areas as diverse as climate change policy, energy policy, nature conservation, environment protection policy, strategic planning, statutory planning, development approvals, building policy, land policy and economics, heritage and water. The Directorate also includes the ACT Parks and Conservation Service which manages nature reserves, national parks, commercial softwood forests and rural lands to ensure Canberra provides open and safe space to its community. The Digital, Data and Information Branch within the Corporate Services and Operations Division enables the Directorate’s effective and secure use of data and technology solutions. The branch provides strategic advice to matters relating to Data, ICT and Digital as well as managing key digital operations that contribute to whole of government outcomes. In partnership with the Digital, Data and Technology Solutions (DDTS) and the operational business units, the branch plays a significant role in maintaining and supporting the Directorate’s data and enterprise system governance and advise projects/programs that are enabled by data and technology. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. Eligibility/ Other Requirements: Degree or qualification in ICT or relevant professional experience is highly desirable. Qualification in TOGAF v9 or v10 or other architectural framework and methodology is highly desirable. Note: This is a temporary position available immediately for 11 months with the possibility of extension. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. This position will be in a new workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk. How to Apply: Please attach the following to your application: 1.Your curriculum vitae; 2.Names and contact details of two professional referees; and 3.A written pitch of no more than two pages, providing evidence of your suitability for the role. Include specific examples of your experience, including details of the context, actions you took and specific outcomes you achieved. Refer to the Position Description for further details of what is required to succeed in this position. Touching base with the contact officer to discuss the duties of the position is highly recommended. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. Note This is a temporary position available immediately for 11 months with the possibility of extension • Tue, 21 MayACT Government
Head of Data Platforms - Mortgages » Melbourne, VIC - and architectural standards. Work with Chief Engineer, CBB Chief Information officer (CIO) and business partners to champion the... applications and work with the CBB CIO and business teams to deliver customer-focused business solutions. Share knowledge... • Tue, 21 MayWestpac
IT Risk And Security Manager » South Melbourne, VIC - Leadership role reporting directly to CIO A vibrant, team culture where we embrace pace, encourage new ideas & leadership... • Mon, 20 MayHarris Scarfe
Senior Account Executive » The Rocks, Sydney - About Odaseva: Odaseva helps Salesforce enterprises protect and secure their most valuable asset - data. With the Odaseva Enterprise Data Security Platform, data-driven enterprises can secure critical Salesforce data against evolving threats, maintain operational integrity, and comply with data regulations. Global Fortune 500 companies like LVMH, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Toyota, Capgemini and non-profits trust Odaseva with their most complex data security challenges. More than 120 million Salesforce users rely on Odaseva, and we're backed by Salesforce Ventures. Odaseva's integrated suite of security products features Zero Trust architecture and real-time processing that not only meets but anticipates the stringent demands of global compliance. We provide businesses with the tools to prove recovery readiness, streamline precise data restoration, and leverage tools that protect the integrity and availability of critical data. It's a great time to join us When you join Odaseva, you'll work alongside some of the most accomplished people in the Salesforce ecosystem. Your Role Odaseva is looking for a Senior Account Executive to sustain our growth in Australia. Your responsibilities will include: Your job is to target Fortune 500 to reach and exceed your quota. You manage the full sales cycle, from building the pipeline to closing deals. You sell to CIOs, VP of Applications, Salesforce domain directors. A key to your success is developing a rich ecosystem of prospects and customers, Salesforce stakeholders, and S.I. partners. Within Odaseva, you work with sales engineers, product managers, consultants, security teams. You provide feedback to fuel our growth strategy. You will bring: 7 years of sales experience in a technical environment, of which 4y successful experience of selling to large accounts internationally. Experience working on complex sales cycles, applying structured value-selling methodology. You have sold Saas/PaaS solutions, middleware or security solutions. Solid verbal, written, presentation and interpersonal communication skills Full professional proficiency in English. Willingness to travel approx 20% including on-sites with prospects & customers. Experience in the Salesforce ecosystem is a real plus. Your soft skills: Your personal success is directly tied to the success of your customers and your company. Global team player: you enjoy working with team members and customers across cultures and timezones. Entrepreneurial: you are a structured self starter who manage priorities and focus to thrive in a fast paced environment. You are a geek, you love how technology drives growth and innovation. Odaseva's values are: Trust, Customer Centricity, Engagement, Excellence, Continuous Innovation, and Teamwork Odaseva offers an inclusive, supportive work environment where talented people innovate and grow. In our work together, we seek to be smart, humble, hardworking and above all - collaborative. If this sounds like a good fit for you, we encourage you to apply. We are: Pro-equality, pro-diversity ️ A team of smart and kind people (inspire emulation - not competition) ️ A culture of professional excellence yet casual style A place where you can make an impact and grow your career ️ A company at the forefront of data & cloud innovation A competitive employer Truly international, with offices in Paris, San Francisco, Sydney and London In favour of Flex office Odaseva is an EEO employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. • Mon, 20 MayOdaseva
General Manager, IT Infrastructure » Sydney, Sydney Region - Your New Employer: Your new employer is an instantly recognisable government entity in Southern Sydney with over 1,200 employees. They have a deep mission and purpose and make a huge impact on the Australian public. They have a dynamic and friendly culture that thrives on collaboration, inclusion and diversity. You'll have a lot of fun and fulfillment working for values-driven leaders who care a lot about empathy, humility and the wellness of their employees. You'll have clear direction and feel highly engaged within an IT leadership team led by a caring, humble CIO who has a clear vision and strategy for IT transformation. The CIO reports to the CEO, which demonstrates that technology has a seat at the table and is seen as a strategic enabler internally. You'll be developed and mentored and have the opportunity to reach your full potential within a positive working environment that celebrates success and personal development. You'll also have plenty of time to spend with your family and on your health, as this company strongly encourages work-life balance, flexible working hours and remote working (3 days office/2 days home after first 3 months - first 3 months full time onsite to learn the business). Your New Role: You'll be responsible for providing operational and strategic management across all IT infrastructure, which covers Data Centres & Cloud, Server (Windows/Unix/Linux), Storage, High Performance Compute and Networks. You'll partner with peers and teams within IT PMO, Cyber Security and Operational Technology to provide a high-quality fit for purpose IT Infrastructure capability to deliver reliable foundation to support transformation requirements. You'll be a member of the CIO's leadership team and will develop and mentor a medium sized team (c. 15 including senior direct reports). The team is comprised of multi - disciplinary specialists managing the development, delivery and ongoing support of core digital infrastructure encompassing, networks, telecommunications, cloud, data centres, storage and compute facilities and productivity tools and services including remote access, email and file management. A full position description will be available for shortlisted candidates. Your Background & Experience: Minimum of five years' experience in a similar Head of Infrastructure or Head of IT Operations role; Strong experience working in a technology leadership role encompassing detailed expertise in virtualised and on-premise environments, cloud services, networking, infrastructure and end user computing; Experience working in a unionised workforce advantageous however not essential; Strong experience in executive technology decision making, technology budget management and investment decision making that aligns vision; Blend of business and technical savviness; you'll have a big-picture vision as well as the drive and attention to detail that transforms strategy into action; Strong business acumen and drive with a strong customer focus and outcome orientation. You will enjoy building relationships with internal stakeholders and will possess high levels of personal integrity; and Above all else, you will have a friendly, positive attitude with high levels of emotional intelligence, resilience and maturity. Next Steps: For more information or a confidential discussion please contact Steven Fulop (steven.fulopuandu.com) or Sam Ebrahim (sam.ebrahimuandu.com) quoting Job Reference 36422 or alternatively, apply online below. We look forward to receiving your application and assisting you with your job search. Please note - Steven will be on annual leave Monday 20th May to Friday 24th May and will be checking the applications on my return. At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only • Sat, 18 Mayu&u
Chief Information Officer » Adelaide, SA - Pooraka, SA - basis. The pay rate for the role is $90,000 - $95,000. About the Role The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is a strategic...) initiatives to support and enhance the efficiency, safety, and productivity of our mining operations. The CIO will play a crucial... • Fri, 17 MayD&S RESOURCES PROPRIETARY LIMITED$90000 - 95000 per year
Regional Sales Director - Enterprise » Sydney, NSW - a strong network of existing relationships with CIO’s, Line of Business Leaders, & Digital Leaders across the largest ASX listed... • Wed, 15 MayDynatrace
Regional Sales Director - Enterprise » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description As the Regional Sales Director for Enterprise at Dynatrace Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) you will be responsible for leading a team focussed on growth of existing Enterprise customers and the acquisition of new Enterprise logo’s across the ANZ region. These customers are located in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. The successful candidate will have a strong track record of accelerating growth and winning new logo’s across the Enterprise and Commercial sectors in Australia and New Zealand. You will lead a team of 6 senior account executives who live in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and you will report into the RVP Sales, ANZ. As a Regional Sales Director you will own the Go to Market Strategy for Dynatrace’s Enterprise segment in the ANZ region over multiple years as part of the APAC and ANZ Enterprise accounts team, which will require strong collaboration with stakeholders across Dynatrace and our partner community and be comfortable with strategic and opportunistic sales motions in these accounts. We are looking for an inspirational sales leader with a growth mindset - someone who thrives in a fast-paced, ever evolving environment where you will be developing and executing sales strategies, building long term territory plans, developing executive relationships and inspiring your team through thought leadership and sales acumen. As a Dynatrace Sales Director you will be challenged with driving revenue growth, consistency in building out a volume business, strategic territory planning, new logo acquisition and executive interlock. Leading and Coaching our Enterprise Software Sales Representatives to accelerate growth with our Enterprise customers. You will be recognized as a sales leader throughout the company – setting the tone and pace for Enterprise Accounts across ANZ. Primary Role and Responsibilities: Territory Account Planning – ownership of the territory account planning process for Enterprise and Commercial accounts. Executive Mapping – build an executive coverage map to interlock and engage the worldwide Executive team of Dynatrace across the Top 20 Strategic accounts in ANZ. The ideal candidate brings a strong network of existing relationships with CIO’s, Line of Business Leaders, & Digital Leaders across the largest ASX listed customers in Australia and New Zealand. Performance – provide a consistent and predictable forecast across Enterprise accounts with a focus of achieving >50% growth year of year and winning 5 x new logo’s per quarter. Establish multi-year contracts across the ANZ customer base. Programs – working closely with the Marketing, Partner and Sales Operations team to bring a programmatic approach to building long term pipeline for Dynatrace across the ANZ business. Pipeline – develop a pipeline across the business that leverages partners, focusses on defending and growing existing accounts and targeting new Enterprise logo’s. People – develop our top sales talent and inspire the team with a growth mindset. Partnering – foster the engagement of strong partnerships with Consulting Houses (Deloitte & Accenture), Global Systems Integrators and Hyperscalers. Build out trusted partnerships across Strategic Accounts. Collaboration – strategically partners with all Dynatrace functions across Strategic accounts, Customer Success, Product, Support, Services, Marketing, Solution Engineers, Corporate Executive to drive a “one team” focus all Enterprise accounts. Sales acumen – hold the team accountable to flawless execution though call planning, MEDDPICC reviews, building compelling business cases/proposals, mutually agreed close plans with customers. Dynatrace Values – leads by example in living the Dynatrace values and encouraging a strong culture. Communication – build a cadence of strong communication across Dynatrace for all Enterprise accounts in ANZ. Providing feedback on investments needed, product development and creative deal making. • Wed, 15 MayDynatrace
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) » Australia - (CIO), the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), is an executive member of the Information Management Technology (IMT... • Fri, 10 MayCSIRO
Software Licensing Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Why is Gartner Consulting an organization unlike any other? Our consultants are technology and business thought leaders for the 21st century. With the full scope of Gartner's renowned IT research and capabilities to draw from, our consultants are committed to turning those insights into actionable solutions for our clients. That's where you come in. We're committed to attracting the most creative, talented, and motivated associates to bring our world-class consultancy to the next level. When you join Gartner Consulting, you'll lead the most innovative business and technology efforts in the marketplace today. You'll work across Gartner to help CIOs and their teams execute their most strategic IT initiatives and achieve lasting results - all within the context of a rapidly evolving digital economy Who we are Gartner's Consulting business is an extension of Gartner's industry-leading IT Research. From CIOs, to leaders in business and government, we help Gartner clients across enterprises translate insights into transformational actions and achieve their mission-critical priorities. Leveraging the breadth of Gartner's resources, Consulting is growing rapidly, with unlimited potential to continue expanding our client base. What we do Technology Strategy Consulting. We help the C-suite make the right decisions based on how technology can transform their businesses. In today's world, a consulting firm that is "born digital", (with the ability to directly leverage the full power of Gartner's research and insights) has relevance to the most important strategic decisions any business will make. We deliver value to clients in areas such as IT Strategy Consulting, Benchmarking, Analytics and Optimization. Typically, this helps Gartner's clients to execute on their strategic priorities, across all sectors, including: Digital Acceleration and Transformation Enterprise Enablement Big Data and Analytics Applications Rationalization Cloud Strategy Sourcing and Ecosystem Optimization Contract and Cost Optimization Security and Risk Management What you'll do The Licensing Analyst performs a critical analytical/Knowledge component as part of a high-level project delivery team. You will be part of a global team that executes contract optimization client engagements. You will be responsible for creating spreadsheet-based analysis and conceptual models to provide logical scenarios and conclusions in support of client engagements. You will also be responsible for contributing to the continuous improvement of Knowledge Management working credibly and collaboratively with distant/international team members. What you'll need 3 to 5 years' IT industry experience Proven experience in a licensing analyst role e.g., within a reseller, vendor or consulting firm A broad understanding of the licensing, pricing, and contracting policies for major software vendors Good overall knowledge of the IT industry, products, and leading vendors in the marketplace Expert proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint Outstanding presentation and communication skills Strong work ethos both independently and in a team environment Natural aptitude for critical and analytical thinking with problem solving skills Strong organizational skills within a fast paced environment Who you are Comfortable taking direction and building trust-based, value-added relationships with team members and senior executives Coachable and embracing of best practices and feedback as a means of continuous improvement A consistently high achiever marked by perseverance, humility and a positive outlook in the face of challenges LI-JL1 Who are we? At Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT), we deliver actionable, objective insight that drives smarter decisions and stronger performance on an organization's mission-critical priorities. We've grown exponentially since our founding in 1979 and we're proud to have over 19,500 associates globally that support over 15,000 client enterprises in more than 100 countries. What makes Gartner a great place to work? Our teams are composed of individuals from different geographies, cultures, religions, ethnicities, races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities and generations. We believe that a diversity of experiences makes us stronger-as individuals, as communities and as an organization. That's why we're recognized worldwide as a great place to work year after year. We've been recognized by Fortune as one of the World's Most Admired Companies, named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality by the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index and a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion by the Disability Equality Index. Looking for a place to turn your big ideas into reality? Join LifeAtGartner What we offer: Our people are our most valuable asset, so we invest in them from Day 1. When you join our team, you'll have access to a vast array of benefits to help you live your life well. These resources are designed to support your physical, financial and emotional well-being. We encourage continued personal and professional growth through ongoing learning and development opportunities. Our employee resource groups, charity match and volunteer programs keep you connected to your internal Gartner community and causes that matter to you. The policy of Gartner is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, citizenship status, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status and to affirmatively seek to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity. Gartner is committed to being an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers opportunities to all job seekers, including job seekers with disabilities. If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you may request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access the Company's career webpage as a result of your disability. You may request reasonable accommodations by calling Human Resources at 1 (203) 964-0096 or by sending an email to ApplicantAccommodationsgartner.com. 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Fund Associate | Financial Services |In office » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Fund/operations accountant $120,000 - $180,000 super Sydney · Fund / operations role · Broad role · High performing team The Company An exciting opportunity within a slick Financial Advisor The Role This fund / operations role will join a high performing financial advisory and report into the CFO and CIO. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: General: Operations: Manage fund operational and administration activities. Financial Reporting and Accounting: Assist with financial statements and reports. Ensure accurate and compliant accounting records and continuously improve accounting processes. Tax Compliance and Planning: Assist with tax return preparation, compliance and developing tax-optimal strategies. Compliance: Maintain fund day-to-day compliance. Communication and Collaboration: Work collaboratively with team members and effectively communicate financial information to stakeholders. Corporate and Funds: Assist with investor, financial and management reporting, fund analysis, compliance and regulatory reporting. Assist with fund tax reporting. Oversee the fund reporting system. Assist with managing external advisors and vendors. Assist with fund liquidity, expenses, invoices, drawdowns, and distributions. Address investor queries and manage the investor portal. Compile fund investment valuations and analysis. Perform analysis of fund performance and calculate carried interest waterfalls. Participate in structuring and implementing new funds, including investor onboarding. Ensure seamless data flow between fund and corporate entities. Maintain various compliance registers, procedure manuals and policies. Assist with investment and fund documentation. Assist with risk management. Other fund operation and administration tasks. Support the CIO in fund marketing activities. Operational and finance assistance to other BLANK Group functions, including Corporate Finance and Venture Building What's in it for you? · Join an established business with an excellent culture · Competitive salary package and benefits · A broad fund operations role Your Profile The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate relevant experience working as a senior accountant in a hands on role · Fund accounting / fund audit / fund operations · CA / CPA qualified · Excellent written and verbal communication skills Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Your application will be assessed within 3 business days. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Learn more about our Sydney recruitment services: https://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-sydney By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy. Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 09 MayRobert Half
Project Manager -High Profile Fed Gov program » Sydney, NSW - and technical teams. You will also be working closely with the CIO and CTO in the establishment of a national support centre... • Thu, 09 MayBalance Recruitment
Finance Transformation Consultant - MS Dynamics 365 BC » Melbourne, VIC - .Reporting directly to the CIO with a dotted line to the CFO, the company offers a flexible work arrangement, offering you the... • Thu, 09 MayRobert Half
Program Manager » Canberra, ACT - with the CIO/CTO and relevant vendors for the establishment of a national support service encompassing initially of a call... • Thu, 09 MayPeoplebank
Fund Associate | Financial Services |In office » Sydney, NSW - performing financial advisory and report into the CFO and CIO. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:Responsibilities include, but are not limited....* Other fund operation and administration tasks.* Support the CIO in fund marketing activities.* Operational and finance assistance... • Thu, 09 MayRobert Half
Cyber Security Manager - Tech/GRC » Noble Park, VIC - to the CIO. Skills & Experience Demonstrated experience in a Cyber Security Manager or IT Security Manager role... • Thu, 09 MayMorgan Consulting
Finance Transformation Consultant - MS Dynamics 365 BC » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Our client is a reputable, growing, not-for-profit organisation in the Inner Northern Suburbs, currently seeking a dynamic and results-oriented Finance Transformation Specialist to focus on an MS Dynamics 365 BC improvement project. Reporting directly to the CIO with a dotted line to the CFO, the company offers a flexible work arrangement, offering you the opportunity to work fully remote; however, with a preference to attend the office 1-2 times per week. Position Type 2 to 3-month temporary position on a daily rate with the potential to extend based on the value you bring to the organisation. Ideally, you are available on short notice. The Role You will be reporting to the Chief Information Officer with a dotted line to the CFO. The business is currently looking at implementing Continia, which is an add-on to MS Dynamics 365 BC. This is an AP/AR/Expense Management automation tool. There is also further scope for additional improvements within the wider finance function. Your main responsibilities include: Implementation of Continia - managing the implementation of the add-on into MS Dynamics 365 BC from a Finance and Project Management perspective. Assessment and Planning - Evaluate relevant existing finance processes, systems, and work flows to identify pain points, inefficiencies, and areas for improvement. Process GAP Analysis - Identify gaps, bottlenecks to eliminate work duplication, influence operational cost reduction and deploying best practices across the business. Process - Reevaluate and redesign finance and accounting processes to align with best practices and automation capabilities. Stakeholder Management : Identify and engage key stakeholders, including finance team members, IT, consultants and other relevant departments. System Transformation - Assisting with integration of systems. Process Improvement - Discovery sessions for identifying further efficiencies in the wider Finance Division and making recommendations to the CFO. Change Management Your profile Bachelor's or Master's degree in Finance, Accounting, IT, Business Administration, or a related field. An advanced understanding of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Knowledge of AP/AR/Expense Management tools and automation would be beneficial. Strong analytical skills to assess current processes, identify areas for improvement, and make data-driven decisions. Excellent communication skills to effectively convey the vision of the transformation, engage stakeholders, and provide regular updates to leadership. Strong problem-solving skills to address challenges and find innovative solutions. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity, and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on categories protected under local law. Reference number: 06810-0012972556 By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 09 MayRobert Half

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