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Application Development and Support Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Application Development and Support Analyst WIB Technology, GTS and Digital Can be located in Hobart TAS, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane Required to attend the office up to 3 times a week We're opening this exciting opportunity within Global Transaction Services team, and we are looking for a specialist, who will be assisting in providing application maintenance and support to enable system availability, reliability, and achievement of service level requirements. If you have knowledge/experience in supporting business applications in a Windows server environment and desire to learn the technical world of payment transfers - we're looking for you How will I help? You will assist with system enhancement, including the implementation of business recovery, disaster recovery, and continuity plans, ensuring system availability, reliability, stability, currency, and recoverability of applications to meet agreed service levels Resolve incidents and problems to ensure systems operate as required. Provide immediate application support during service disruptions or issues, ensuring service availability and meeting service level requirements. Develop and maintain operational and system documentation to enable effective maintenance and support of applications Assist change and continuous improvement initiatives Proactively identify and resolve root causes of application problems and incidents. Collaborate effectively with team members and other stakeholders Participate in Major Incident and Major Problem reviews Perform application analysis and tuning to maintain optimal performance and capacity requirements Recommend changes to application or it's usage that can potentially reduce cost or improve performance Undertake continuous improvement activities within the team to ensure services are delivered more efficiently and provide support to stakeholders through appropriate Change Management activities. Promote and ensure the use of agreed tools, methodologies and tools. Resolve incidents escalated by Level 2 Support Deploy code fixes to implement corrective actions for identified problems or vulnerabilities. Participate in testing of disaster recovery plans, business continuity, and disaster recovery drills. What's in it for me? You will play an important and significant part in the future of a business that has been around for 200 years. Our vision is to become one of the world's great service companies. So, we will back you in the development of your career, with internal career prospects and flexible working. You will also be backed by a fantastic team of people in a can-do, supportive structure. What do I need? This role focuses on providing L3 SME support for a wide range of applications, making previous experience in L2/L3 Application Support highly desirable. Proven experience in application support. Experience in a corporate IT environment (preferred). Support experience in a Windows Server environment. Experience with payments processing (preferred). Proficiency in building environments, deploying applications, and managing server operating infrastructures. Must have SQL and PowerShell expertise. Knowledge of SSL certificates and Web Application Firewalls. What's it like to work with Westpac? As well as good pay and a great culture, joining the Westpac family means you will get some of the best banking, wealth, and insurance benefits in the market. We back our employees by helping them work towards industry-recognised qualifications, using online learning, training modules and career planning tools for you to grow with us. We will even pay you to do volunteer or community work. As an equal opportunity employer, we are proud to have created a culture and work environment that values diversity and flexibility - and champions inclusion. How do I apply? Start here. Select the APPLY or APPLY NOW button. At Westpac we are committed to providing a supportive culture and creating diverse, inclusive, and accessible workplaces, branches, products and services for our customers, employees, and community. This role is open to experienced candidates seeking a discussion around workplace flexibility. We invite candidates of all ages, genders, sexual orientation, cultural backgrounds, people with disability, neurodiverse individuals, and Indigenous Australians to apply. If you have questions about the recruitment process, please email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? We can provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability and/or neurodiversity. If you require an adjustment to be made during the recruitment process at any stage, please call 1800 655 592 Option 2.3 or email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au LI-Hybrid • Thu, 27 JunWestpac
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APS5 - Conservator, Creative Industries » Sydney, Sydney Region - The opportunity we have available The position of Conservator is responsible for ensuring the application of best practice standard for the conservation of the Artbank Collection, including treatment, preventative conservation and disaster preparedness. This specialised role reports to the Senior Registrar, with the primary focus of coordinating the conservation of the Artbank Collection, including supporting outward loans and exhibitions and overseeing in-house and external conservation care and treatments of works of art. The role contributes to the organisational objectives and strategic plan through the participation in a range of project and planning meetings, including digital record management of conservation projects and budget. The Conservator will work with Artbank's Registrars, Artwork Technicians, Art Consultants and Curators to identify, review, assess treatment options of collection items with conservation concerns. The Conservator is responsible for undertaking or coordinating conservation treatments, undertaking and providing guidance in condition reporting outward loans, new acquisitions and Collection related displays; integrated pest management controls and disaster planning, advice on safe display, handling, packing of works, and monitoring environmental conditions (light, temperature and relative humidity and other variables) in the collection storage facilities. This is a part-time (2 days per week) position for an experienced professional Conservator - ideally with experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art as well as Contemporary Art. This position is based in Sydney, New South Wales. The key duties of the position include Under general guidance and in accordance with APS values and Code of Conduct, Government and Departmental policies and the relevant Secretary's Instructions, the Collections Officer's duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Manage and oversee the completion of condition reports for all artworks leaving and returning to collection storage; operating in a sometimes-high pressure environment, fulfilling multiple requests in a timely manner, while maintaining conservation standards; communication with a diverse range of stakeholders; provide direction when required for collections staff to assist with condition reporting procedures. Provide advice and reporting on the condition of works in the Artbank Collection, including conservation reports, recommendations for treatment and long-term storage strategies. Oversee and provide recommendations on all preventative conservation issues, both in the display areas and in collection storage. This includes environmental monitoring, the development of policy and procedure related to integrated pest management, disaster preparedness, the display and storage of works of art. Where necessary provide advice to collections staff and when workloads require assist with packing, preparation of condition reports and display supports, for Artbank's outward loans program. Undertaking basic treatments of works of art in the Artbank Collection within the Conservator's field and available resources. Liaising with other professional conservators where necessary for any treatment needs outside the Conservator's field, ensuring work completed effectively and within budget. Managing the conservation records and documentation in both Emu collection management system and department's Records Workspace. Providing advice on conservation issues or the long-term stability of materials in works of art being proposed for acquisition or deaccession. Managing the workflows for responding to incident reports relating to works of art as required. Assist with the development and review of policies and procedures relating to Artbank's conservation management plans, disaster preparedness, collection assessments and preventative conservation. • Thu, 04 JulAPS
BCM Stream Lead » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description 12 month Fixed Term Contract Flexibility and Hybrid working as standard Purpose led culture About Us Established in 1988, Rest is one of Australia’s largest profit-to-member superannuation funds. We support nearly two million members, with around $75 billion of funds under management and are recognised as a responsible investment leader. We believe when members understand and engage with their super, they’re more likely to get a better retirement outcome. Everything we do at Rest is underpinned by our values and behaviours, we want to Be Daring, Keep it Simple, Take Action and Have Grit. To put it simply we want our people to thrive and love the work they do. About the Job As the BCM stream lead for the CPS230 program of work your primary accountability is to document the business continuity plans for Rest’s critical business processes consistent with the Rest BCP policy and framework. The BCP are to be documented in close consultation with the business and in alignment with information security and disaster recovery protocols. You will also be accountable for designing and implementing the future operating model for BCM across the business consistent with the requirements of CPS230 and the associated operational risk management framework. Key accountabilities/responsibilities include Work as a key member of the CPS230 program helix leadership team to understand all aspects of the new CPS230 regime. This includes: Design critical business process BCP template and document BCPs for all critical business processes Define the criteria for the determination of maximum allowable outage for each critical business process and facilitate discussion with the Board to agree settings. Design and develop future operating model for critical process BCM, including testing regime, third party engagement and detailed design of scenarios. This should also include the integration of lower level business unit BCPs. Create implementation plan for new CPS230 aligned operating model Whole-of-Business Integration: Champion the incorporation of business continuity principles across all business units, fostering a culture of resilience and preparedness. Collaborate with department heads to identify critical processes, dependencies, and key personnel, ensuring comprehensive coverage within the business continuity framework. Establish key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the effectiveness of business continuity and resilience initiatives. Conduct regular assessments to evaluate the program's performance against set targets. Collaborate with process owners to integrate resilience measures into day-to-day operations. Oversee and support the implementation of business continuity plans, ensuring they are effectively integrated into day-to-day operations. Training and Awareness: Design and deliver training programs to educate employees, outsourced partners, and stakeholders on business continuity and crisis management protocols. Foster a proactive and responsive culture that places a high value on resilience. Coaching and Capacity Building: Coach and mentor managers at various levels to enhance their understanding of business continuity principles. Build organizational capacity by fostering a culture of resilience through targeted coaching sessions and workshops. Continuous Improvement: Establish performance metrics and KPIs to measure the efficacy of business continuity initiatives. Lead continuous improvement efforts based on lessons learned, industry best practices, and feedback from testing exercises. Plan and coordinate large-scale business continuity exercises, involving key stakeholders from different business units. Lead meetings to disseminate critical information, discuss strategic planning, and gather feedback on business continuity initiatives. Evaluate the outcomes of exercises, identify areas for improvement, and update plans accordingly. The ideal candidate for the role of Business Continuity Manager Lead in a Superannuation environment should possess a relevant tertiary qualification and be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following areas: Business Continuity and Crisis Management Business resilience and scenario testing Emergency Management Operational risk management Disaster recovery Business process management • Thu, 04 JulRest
Senior Project Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The role As a Senior Project Officer in the Disaster Management Branch with Queensland Health, you will play a pivotal role in providing expert guidance on emergency incident management policy, planning, and education. Operating within the framework of Queensland Health's core values, you will collaborate closely with senior and supervising staff across Divisions and Hospital and Health Services. Your responsibilities will include supporting the implementation of disaster management projects, utilizing Queensland Health's project management methodologies to ensure effective outcomes. A key aspect of your role will involve facilitating the development of local education and training content in partnership with subject matter experts, as well as coordinating the scheduling and delivery of educational interventions. You will actively contribute to service development, evaluation, and quality improvement initiatives, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and excellence in service provision. Maintaining strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders will be essential as you liaise, consult, and collaborate to manage expectations, mitigate risks, and drive positive change. Additionally, you will uphold professional standards and ethical decision-making processes, ensuring compliance with all relevant policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements, including those related to workplace health and safety, equal employment opportunity, and anti-discrimination policies. In times of emergency, you will participate in SHECC activations as part of the Incident Management Team, demonstrating your readiness to effectively manage and respond to crises. Your role will also involve preparing high-level correspondence, including ministerial and executive communications, in a timely and professional manner, adhering to departmental guidelines. This position offers an opportunity to make a significant impact by contributing to the resilience and preparedness of Queensland Health's emergency response capabilities while championing excellence in emergency incident management practices throughout the organization. The successful personYou will have demonstrated: - Proven ability to work effectively within a team setting to contribute to the development of project plans, deliver outputs and manage competing work priorities to meet agreed deadlines and commitments.- Demonstrated high level interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to consult and negotiate with a wide range of stakeholders to form collaborative solutions and implement appropriate strategic responses.- Demonstrated ability to work with confidential material and respect confidentiality boundaries. - Demonstrated ability to develop and implement initiatives, frameworks, policy, and projects in relation to organisational learning and capability development.- Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary principles of disaster management.- Experience in the development and delivery of ICT enabled project training and support, including relevant artifacts, is highly desirable.- Experience of working in an Emergency Operations Centre is desirable but not essential. About usThe Department of Health is responsible for the overall management of the public health system in Queensland. We are an organisation that strongly believes in the need to work with people who value the goals of our organisation and who will thrive in our workplace. Working at the Department of Health is about making a difference. The Disaster Management Branch has custodianship of the State Health Emergency Coordination Centre (SHECC) and leads statewide governance and planning for disaster and emergency incident management, including counterterrorism and major events planning. Benefits - A fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment - Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading- Flexible working arrangements- Diverse work culture- Career training and development How to applyTo apply for this opportunity:- Please submit your resume (including the details of two referees), and- A cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. • Thu, 04 JulQueensland Government
Senior Advisor (Assurance) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Accounting and Finance Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/QRA574991 Closing date 15-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Up to 30 December 2024 Contact person Chris Dunbar Contact details 0737401740 Access the National Relay Service Your role as Senior Assurance Officer will provide assurance over project funding submissions for a suite of disaster recovery and resilience grants administered by QRA and be a key liaison and coordination point for internal and external stakeholders to ensure QRA receives the required information. You will combine your technical and people experience to present complex information in an accurate and engaging way to a range of stakeholders. Develop and maintain collaborative and productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders that contribute to or have necessary involvement in QRA's assurance and governance functions. Conduct operational assurance reviews on QRA funded projects in accordance with program funding guidelines using risk based methodologies. Actively contribute to QRA's response to external audit of grant programs administered by QRA. Prepare high quality work papers which accurately reflect the work performed and supports findings and recommendations. Participate in post-implementation reviews and reporting of management actions in relation to recommendations raised by audit, including external audit. Present and negotiate audit findings and recommendations to Senior Management and key internal and external stakeholders where required. Ensure that QRA processes and procedures comply with legislation, accounting and auditing standards, funding guidelines and internal organisational policies. This role may be required to travel within Queensland on occasion to meet with stakeholders. Opportunities to travel post disaster events may be required. To find out more about QRA visit our website, or reach out to the contact officer for more information about this role. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO • Thu, 04 JulQueensland Government

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Project Officer - Emergency Disaster Management » Australia - Project Officer - Emergency Disaster Management Salary: HSO Level G5 $89,911 - $96,794 p.a. Location: Negotiable Unit/Division: WACHS Command Centre - Operations Hub Work Type: Permanent - Full Time Position No: 00617964 Closing Date: 2024-07-15 4:00 PM Attachments: - 2021 application information package wachs.pdf project officer emergency disaster management ch617964 g5 may 2024.pdf wachs - r5 - application form - pdf.pdf wachs pre-employment health assessment policy.pdf wachs whs statement of commitment - qr code.pdf Position Profile: Supports the delivery WACHS area-wide of strategic emergency management and business continuity programs through the design and development of plans, procedures, guidelines and other resources. Coordinates the overall governance arrangements in development, maintenance, and online access to emergency management and business continuity policy documents in accordance with legislative and organisational requirements. Provides administrative support to the WACHS Emergency Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Management directorate. WA Health is committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our service. We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. WA Health supports flexible working practices within the context of a quality health service. WA Health is committed to a smoke free environment across all buildings, grounds and vehicles. Eligibility to Apply: Australian citizenship or permanent residency is an essential requirement for applicants to be considered for permanent positions in the public sector. Other Conditions: WA Health engages staff in positions of trust and responsibility. WA Health policies require applicants to undertake criminal records screening and integrity checking as part of the appointment process. Referees may also be asked to comment on an applicant's integrity and past demonstration of ethical behaviour. Please note this recruitment process requires completion of satisfactory Pre-Employment Health Assessment (PEHA). Any offer of employment with WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is conditional on satisfactory PEHA to ensure you are able to perform the inherent requirements of the position. An unsatisfactory PEHA will result in the offer of employment being withdrawn. Please see the attached WACHS PEHA Policy for further information. Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other "similar" vacancies throughout the health service. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised vacancy, then the next most suitable applicant may also be selected from this process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from when the authorised delegate endorses the recruitment decision. Area Profile: The WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is the largest country health system in Australia and one of the biggest in the world, providing health services to approximately half a million people, including 45,000 Aboriginal people, over a vast two and a half million square kilometre area. The organisation comprises seven regions, with a strong network of public hospitals, health services and health centres located across rural and remote Western Australia. Our core business is the provision of quality, accessible health services to country WA residents and visitors. Employee Benefits: In addition to the great salary our employees enjoy an amazing range of benefits which may include (in line with operational requirements): 11.5% employer contributed superannuation into a fund of your choice. For further information click here. Access to generous salary packaging arrangements Professional Development Opportunities and Study Leave/assistance Flexible working arrangements Flexible leave arrangements Other professional and location based allowances Selection Criteria: Please see the attached Form (available online at www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au). For Further Job Related Information: We encourage you to contact Kevin Archer on 0477 585 820. If you experience difficulties while applying online, please contact Employee Services on 13 44 77 for immediate assistance during business hours. Application Instructions: Applicants are requested to apply online (www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au). It is preferable for your referee to be a current supervisor or manager. Applicants are advised to write a statement addressing the first three essential Work Related Requirements (selection criteria) listed in the Job Description Form in no more than 2-3 pages, and provide a detailed curriculum vitae which summarises your experience and how you are able to meet the position requirements. These documents should be complete and ready to attach prior to applying online. Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete the online application process as you will be required to answer various questions and attach your documentation. Lodgement is system generated. Any submissions on, or after, 4:00pm will not be accepted. LATE OR EMAIL APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED filler Position Title Project Officer - Emergency Disaster Management Agency WA Country Health Service Salary HSO Level G5 $89,911 - $96,794 p.a. Location Negotiable Unit/Division WACHS Command Centre - Operations Hub Branch Work Type Permanent - Full Time Position No. 00617964 Closing Date 2024-07-15 4:00 PM Position Title Project Officer - Emergency Disaster Management Branch Location Negotiable Work Type Permanent - Full Time Closing Date 2024-07-15 4:00 PM Salary HSO Level G5 $89,911 - $96,794 p.a. Agency Department of Health Company Information Description Position Profile: Supports the delivery WACHS area-wide of strategic emergency management and business continuity programs through the design and development of plans, procedures, guidelines and other resources. Coordinates the overall governance arrangements in development, maintenance, and online access to emergency management and business continuity policy documents in accordance with legislative and organisational requirements. Provides administrative support to the WACHS Emergency Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Management directorate. WA Health is committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our service. We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. WA Health supports flexible working practices within the context of a quality health service. WA Health is committed to a smoke free environment across all buildings, grounds and vehicles. Eligibility to Apply: Australian citizenship or permanent residency is an essential requirement for applicants to be considered for permanent positions in the public sector. Other Conditions: WA Health engages staff in positions of trust and responsibility. WA Health policies require applicants to undertake criminal records screening and integrity checking as part of the appointment process. Referees may also be asked to comment on an applicant's integrity and past demonstration of ethical behaviour. Please note this recruitment process requires completion of satisfactory Pre-Employment Health Assessment (PEHA). Any offer of employment with WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is conditional on satisfactory PEHA to ensure you are able to perform the inherent requirements of the position. An unsatisfactory PEHA will result in the offer of employment being withdrawn. Please see the attached WACHS PEHA Policy for further information. Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other "similar" vacancies throughout the health service. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised vacancy, then the next most suitable applicant may also be selected from this process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of twelve (12) months from when the authorised delegate endorses the recruitment decision. Area Profile: The WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is the largest country health system in Australia and one of the biggest in the world, providing health services to approximately half a million people, including 45,000 Aboriginal people, over a vast two and a half million square kilometre area. The organisation comprises seven regions, with a strong network of public hospitals, health services and health centres located across rural and remote Western Australia. Our core business is the provision of quality, accessible health services to country WA residents and visitors. Employee Benefits: In addition to the great salary our employees enjoy an amazing range of benefits which may include (in line with operational requirements): 11.5% employer contributed superannuation into a fund of your choice. For further information click here. Access to generous salary packaging arrangements Professional Development Opportunities and Study Leave/assistance Flexible working arrangements Flexible leave arrangements Other professional and location based allowances Selection Criteria: Please see the attached Job Description Form (available online at www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au). For Further Job Related Information: We encourage you to contact Kevin Archer on 0477 585 820. If you experience difficulties while applying online, please contact Employee Services on 13 44 77 for immediate assistance during business hours. Application Instructions: Applicants are requested to apply online (www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au). It is preferable for your referee to be a current supervisor or manager. Applicants are advised to write a statement addressing the first three essential Work Related Requirements (selection criteria) listed in the Job Description Form in no more than 2-3 pages, and provide a detailed curriculum vitae which summarises your experience and how you are able to meet the position requirements. These documents should be complete and ready to attach prior to applying online. Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete the online application process as you will be required to answer various questions and attach your documentation. Lodgement is system generated. Any submissions on, or after, 4:00pm will not be accepted. LATE OR EMAIL APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED Attachments - 2021 application information package wachs.pdf project officer emergency disaster management ch617964 g5 may 2024.pdf wachs - r5 - application form - pdf.pdf wachs pre-employment health assessment policy.pdf wachs whs statement of commitment - qr code.pdf Convenience Buttons2: • Thu, 04 JulWestern Australia Government
General Labourer » Australia - Seeking labourers for disaster recovery: demolition, cleaning, clearing. White Card, own vehicle required. $32.50/hr. Maroochydore We are seeking motivated and hardworking general labourers to join our disaster recovery team. The role involves physically demanding tasks in various challenging environments. If you are ready to make a difference and assist communities in their time of need, we want to hear from you Key Responsibilities: Demolition of damaged structures Clearing debris and cleaning affected areas Performing small-scale construction and repair work Assisting with the setup and breakdown of work sites Following safety protocols and maintaining a safe work environment Requirements: Valid White Card (Construction Induction Training) Own vehicle and valid driver’s license What We Offer: Hourly rate of $32.50 Supportive team environment please apply with your resume and cover letter. Thank you - Alex • Thu, 04 JulARG Workforce
Senior Advisor (Assurance) » Brisbane, QLD - The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA)'s vision is to build a more disaster resilient Queensland. In this role... disaster recovery and resilience solutions across the State. Learn and grow in a diverse, supportive, and vibrant... • Thu, 04 JulQueensland Government
Store Assistant » Broome, WA - helping people as they overcome hardship, crisis and disaster here at home and across the Asia Pacific. Right now, we are in... • Wed, 03 JulAustralian Red Cross
Assistant Store Manager » Gosford, NSW - and disaster here at home and across the Asia Pacific. About the role The Assistant Store Manager helps drive sales, achieve... • Wed, 03 JulAustralian Red Cross
Senior Project Officer » Brisbane, QLD - Project Officer in the Disaster Management Branch with Queensland Health, you will play a pivotal role in providing expert... Services. Your responsibilities will include supporting the implementation of disaster management projects, utilizing... • Wed, 03 JulQueensland Government
Retail Assistant - Kardinya » Kardinya, WA - disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Need support? Our confidential Employee Assistance Program... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Security & Emergency Management Advisor » Docklands, VIC - the currency of emergency management plans (contingency, business continuity, emergency response, disaster recovery... • Wed, 03 JulMelbourne Water
Retail Assistant - Gladstone QLD » West Gladstone, QLD - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Software Engineer (Platform, Security, Risk) » Sydney, NSW - on cryptography (e.g: OWASP). Experience with building and testing Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Plans in the cloud (AWS... • Wed, 03 JulDeputy
Assistant Store Manager - Yanchep » Yanchep, WA - paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Boost your well-being with the MyALDI... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$94025.88 - 99480.42 per year
Project Director - Flood Restoration » Murwillumbah, NSW - and construction expertise Management and coordination of a range of restoration funding On-call emergency resourcing and Disaster... • Wed, 03 JulTweed Shire Council$152974 per year
Systems Engineer » Perth, WA - hardware - Potential to set up a secondary Disaster Recovery (DR) location - Cloud-first approach; aim for 50%-70% in the... • Wed, 03 JulPaxus$150000 - 200000 per year
Retail Assistant - Maroubra » Maroubra, NSW - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Retail Assistant - Bathurst » Bathurst, NSW - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Duty Store Manager - Cranebrook » Cranebrook, NSW - compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Boost your well-being with the MyALDI Wellbeing program... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$31.46 per hour
Sustainability Analyst (Scope 3 Emissions) » Minchinbury, NSW - , superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$134000 - 153000 per year
Policy Officer » Saint Leonards, NSW - Collaborative commissioning and grant management Rural mental health partnerships Disaster recovery. We are seeking a highly... • Wed, 03 JulNSW Health$106025 - 117363 per year
Emergency Broadcast Coordinator, WA (Part Time) » Perth, Perth Region - Salary $85K to $102K (pro rata) Part-time (30.4 hours/week) Join the ABC Emergency Broadcast team Location: Perth or Regional WA negotiable The Job The ABC is looking for an Emergency Broadcast Coordinator, based in WA.You will be responsible for the coordination of ABC Regional emergency broadcasting before, during and after emergency events. The role will involve: Coordinating and producing ABC Emergency coverage for radio and digital platforms. Liaising with key internal and external stakeholders, to ensure effective and measured responses during emergency coverage. Liaising with all relevant emergency agencies to ascertain their expectations of, and response to the event to inform the ABC’s approach to its coverage. About You You will bring sophisticated communication and interpersonal skills along with skills, knowledge and experience in an Emergency Broadcasting environment. You will also bring: Experience in planning, gathering and producing content across multiple platforms. Advanced editorial skills including the ability to source and analyse information and exercise sound judgement Ability to build proactive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. What we can offer you: 15.4% ABC Nominated super. Paid parental, carer’s and supporting partner leave. Salary packaging. ABC Mentoring. About ABC Emergency Broadcasting The ABC has a long history of helping the audience prepare before, during and after emergency events. This includes coverage of bushfires, floods, storms, cyclones and other disasters which pose an on-going threat to life or significant property damage.Emergency broadcasting is mainly undertaken by ABC teams in capital city radio stations and regional bureaux, state-wide Emergency Broadcast Coordinators and by the ABC Emergency digital team. Through this work, the ABC provides reliable, accurate and timely information and warnings to its audience. The information is shared on-air, online and via social media according to the ABC Emergency Broadcasting Policy. More Info: We strive to promote an inclusive culture of opportunity and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. If you want to know more, or see a position description, please contact the Emergency Broadcast Lead via dg-ebleadabc.net.au • Wed, 03 JulAdvertising Industry Careers
Duty Store Manager - Marsden Park » Marsden Park, NSW - compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Boost your well-being with the MyALDI Wellbeing program... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$31.46 per hour
Palletiser - Midday shift » Derrimut, VIC - , superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$34.27 per hour
Data Center Customer Operations Engineer » Derrimut, VIC - Disaster Recovery drills and invocations Install and de-install of customer cross-connections Perform Smart Hands and tape... • Wed, 03 JulEquinix
Sustainability Analyst (Scope 3 Emissions) » Minchinbury, NSW - , superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave... • Wed, 03 JulAldi$134000 - 153000 per year
Business Continuity Manager » Melbourne, VIC - disaster recovery, understanding the critical link between business operations and IT infrastructure resilience. Prior... • Tue, 02 JulToll Group
Retail Assistant - Tweed Heads South » Tweed Heads South, NSW - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
IT Service Delivery Manager » Chadstone, VIC - Continuity: Play a part in developing and executing comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) plans. Risk... • Tue, 02 JulOfficeworks
Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Governance Lead » Docklands, VIC - . About the Role The Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Governance Lead is accountable to the Senior Manager Technology... Risk & Compliance for the development, maintenance and governance of Melbourne Water's IT Disaster Recovery Plans. Linking... • Tue, 02 JulMelbourne Water
Data Management Platform Specialist » Melbourne, VIC - , and configuring new software releases, upgrades, patches, and installations. Manage all backup, restore, and disaster recovery... • Tue, 02 JulGHD
Palletiser - Midday shift » Derrimut, VIC - , superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$34.27 per hour
Retail Assistant - Box Hill South » Box Hill South, VIC - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Duty Store Manager - The Glen » Glen Waverley, VIC - compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Boost your well-being with the MyALDI Wellbeing program... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$31.46 per hour
Senior Consultant - Terraform/AWS » Sydney, NSW - over and fail back disaster recovery (DR) server management and to ensure high availability of the application. Experience... • Tue, 02 JulInfosys
Operations Manager, Community Programs » Middle Park, Port Phillip - About us The Department of Government Services (DGS) was established on 1 January 2023 to improve everyone's experience of doing business and interacting with the Victorian government. We bring important day-to-day services together in one department to make things easy and seamless for Victorians and businesses. We are doing this by connecting and digitising our systems and platforms across state and local government as well as streamlining our corporate and procurement services. About the role The Funded Services branch sits within Consumer Affairs Victoria and manages a range of community-based programs delivered by not-forprofit agencies supporting Victorians experiencing vulnerability with assistance and advocacy services across the financial counselling, tenancy and consumer sectors. The team also manages the Victoria Property Fund grants program, including housing development and renting educational grants. Funded Services also plays an important role in the response to natural disaster through the establishment of recovery focused programs and works across the department and government in the design and implementation of these. Reporting to the General Manager, Funded Services, the Operations Manager, Community Programs, is responsible for the day-to-day delivery of the core operations of Funded Services and management of the team. The Operations Manager will work closely with the General Manager and other leaders to meet key program deliverables, including not-for-profit agency reporting and payments, are met to ensure that CAV's community-based programs are available to those in need. Key accountabilities include: Manage Funded Service's oversight and administration of CAV's community-based programs, including across the financial counselling, renting and consumer sectors and the Victorian Property Fund Grants program. Lead the development of a high performing culture in Funded Services through the management of a multi-disciplinary team, including learning and development, recruitment, induction and performance planning. Contribute to the development, management and evaluation of new grant programs and funded services. About you To be considered for the role, you must be able to demonstrate: Experience leading and managing multi-disciplinary teams to achieve organisational objectives. Experience in the management and oversight of grant programs, including management of reporting and payment processes and stakeholder engagement. Experience in the management or delivery of programs in the community services sector. Other requirements A tertiary qualification in a relevant field would be highly regarded. For specific responsibilities please review the attached position description. This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. How to apply Apply before the advertised closing date 11:59pm on Monday, 29 July 2024. All applications should include: a resume; and a cover letter which addresses the key selection criteria (within three pages) In accordance with the Jobs and Skills Exchange Policy, Victorian Public Service employees are required to apply via the JSE for primary consideration access. Other relevant information Th • Tue, 02 JulVictorian Government
Manager Regional Delivery » Calala, Tamworth Surrounds - Excellent opportunity for a leader to play a pivotal role in safeguarding communities and ensuring their resilience in the face of disasters On-Going, full-time opportunity. Role can be based in Tamworth or Newcastle (other locations negotiable), with flexible/hybrid working environment. Salary relative to experience, and ranges from $139,787 to $161,663 super Are you ready to make a real impact in your community? Do you thrive on building strong stakeholder relationships to enable community participation in disaster risk management? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you The NSW Reconstruction Authority are seeking a Manager for New England, North West, Hunter, and Central Coast to join our Regional Delivery team. In this role, you will be at the forefront of disaster recovery serving as a vital link between the community and the Authority. Your role will be multifaceted, from ensuring local perspectives and priorities are heard to developing robust stakeholder relationships that drive effective disaster risk mitigation, preparedness, and recovery efforts. What we’re looking for Demonstrated experience in disaster recovery/ emergency management: your thorough understanding and experience in disaster management will be crucial in guiding our operations and initiatives. Strong leadership in high-pressure environment: you thrive under pressure, leading with determination in sensitive media and political landscapes. Stakeholder engagement expertise: building strong relationships with local governments and communities is second nature to you, enabling effective collaboration and action. For more information read the full Role Description: Manager New England, North West, Hunter and Central Coast. About the Agency The NSW Reconstruction Authority is a statutory corporation that will improve how NSW plans for disasters and ensure that we recover from them faster. To reduce the severity and impacts of disasters, the NSW Reconstruction Authority will complete critical planning and preparation with communities, businesses and government. When disaster does strike, we will get recovery started swiftly and coordinate reconstruction efforts across agencies, communities and other stakeholders. Joining our team with a rewarding job in a community-driven agency is just the start. The Authority also offers: Flexible working practices Contemporary workspaces and technology Access to learning and development opportunities Employee assistance and wellbeing program (with a cool app) Workforce that values inclusion Competitive pay and conditions Fitness Passport with a choice of 200 gyms and pools across NSW To Apply If excited by the information above, we look forward to receiving your application, including a copy of your resume and cover letter expressing your interest and suitability for the role. Applications close Wednesday 10th July 2024 at 11:55PM. Should you require further information about the role please contact Heidi Stratford, A/Executive Director, Regional Delivery via Heidi.stratfordreconstruction.nsw.gov.au A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary opportunities of the same role or role type that may become available over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Great people come from all walks of life. At NSW Reconstruction Authority we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible environment which reflects the community and customers we serve. We actively promote gender diversity in our workplaces, the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the employment of people with a disability. We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background or sexual orientation. Please contact peoplereconstruction.nsw.gov.au if you would like an adjustment to assist you in your application. • Tue, 02 JulNSW Government
Senior Support Analyst » Middle Park, Port Phillip - The Department of Health plays a critical role in the Victorian health system and is responsible for shaping it to meet the health needs of all Victorians. We’re focused on supporting Victorians to be as healthy as they can; whether through alerting them to seasonal risks like thunderstorm asthma, notifying them of contact with communicable diseases, safeguarding their drinking water, developing the best health, wellbeing and care facilities in the world, being at the forefront of mental health and wellbeing treatment or accelerating medical research. It’s all part of the way we partner with the community to help every individual lead a healthy life. About the role: The Senior Support Analyst will be part of a dedicated and skilled team to deliver clinical application support for the Victorian Government's shared Clinical System, Cerner. The Cerner suite is delivered on a multi-tiered complex infrastructure utilising high availability and disaster recovery frameworks. It is delivered to 6 health services, encompassing more than 25 Victorian Public Hospitals. The role works closely with teams internal to HTS as well as client and vendor teams. About us: At the Victorian Department of Health we want a future where Victorians are the healthiest people in the world. A Victoria where our children and people thrive, our workplaces are productive and safe, and our communities are more connected. We see it as our job to support Victorians to stay healthy and safe. And to deliver a world-class healthcare system that ensures every single Victorian can access safe, quality care that leads to better health outcomes for all. How you'll make a difference: Work with vendor stakeholders, to support to track and resolve raised information technology issues. Prepare business requirement documentation for the various stakeholders of the Application. Develop and maintain positive, influential relationships with stakeholders including vendor and agency representatives. Operate as an effective member of the team, working collaboratively with other team members and other stakeholders. Contribute to new functional upgrades and releases. Provide advice on application security and functionality, and independently manage changes. Collaborate with relevant stakeholders, to support the development and documentation of required policies and procedures. Review Technical changes, assess risk and impacts against the Clinical System; Provide Application Support services in accordance with Service Level Agreements. This includes participating in the on call roster and providing after hours support for priority 1 and 2 incidents. To learn more please click ‘Apply' to view the Position Description on the Careers.vic website. What we offer: The opportunity to perform meaningful work, making direct contributions toward enabling Victorians to be the healthiest people in the world. A wide range of growth and development opportunities within the department and wider Victorian Public Service & Sector. A strong commitment to work-life balance, including a diverse array of flexible working arrangements. How to apply: Applications should include a resume and a cover letter. Click the ‘Apply' button to view further information about the role including key contact details and the advertisement closing date. We are committed to developing and supporting a workforce that is well equipped and highly motivated to provide responsive and quality services to all Victorians. We continue to build an inclusive w • Tue, 02 JulVictorian Government
Senior Civil Lawyer, Flood Funded » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Implement and deliver services to people in regional Victoria impacted by floods as a Senior Lawyer at VLA in the Economic and Social Rights team. Full time maximum term position up to 12 months (part time considered) Salary based on experience, range: $98,902 - $123,624 (pro rata) plus super Up to $15,900 in salary packaging and hybrid WFH & office model About the role: This critical role is dedicated to providing much-needed support to those in regional Victoria devastated by the catastrophic October 2022 floods. With unwavering determination and passion, you will be at the forefront of delivering essential services to individuals impacted by the floods. Your focus will be on guiding and empowering regional civil justice lawyers as they navigate the complexities of civil legal matters arising from the disaster – from tenancy issues to insurance disputes, and everything in between. Collaborating closely with regional offices, Disaster Legal Help Victoria, you will offer legal support and guidance for those on the front lines. Your role will involve not only providing mentorship and assistance with intricate casework, but also engaging with stakeholders and spearheading projects aimed at enhancing education and training resources for regional civil justice staff. Through your dedication and expertise, you will not only be providing critical legal assistance to those in need, but also igniting hope and resilience in a community grappling with the aftermath of a crisis. Your work will make a tangible difference in the lives of those impacted by the floods, offering a lifeline of support and solidarity in their time of greatest need. This role is based at our Melbourne CBD office with occasional travel to Bendigo, Shepparton, Mildura, Horsham, Ballarat VLA offices. About you: As our ideal candidate, you will possess: The ability to provide guidance and support to build the capacity of regional civil lawyers Capacity to work as a lawyer in complex matters including substantial knowledge or practical experience in the law and relevant court procedures with a focus on NDIS, social security, fines, tenancy, credit and debt, and insurance. Experience in building and sustaining partnerships and collaborative relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. Capacity to identify systemic issues and contribute to systemic changes to laws, policies and practices. A current Australian practising certificate which entitles you to practise in Victoria as a government legal practitioner of a law practice (mandatory). Entitled to practise in federal courts and courts exercising federal jurisdiction (entry on the High Court's Register of Practitioners) (mandatory). Don't meet every requirement? At VLA, we understand that your work and life experiences can be just as valuable. If you're excited about this role but your CV doesn't align perfectly with our job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or one of our many other opportunities. About Victoria Legal Aid: We provide legal representation to those who need it most. With over 1000 staff employed in 15 offices across Victoria, we help people with their legal problems by providing information, advice and education with a focus on the prevention and early resolution of legal problems. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds and foster a work culture that's inclusive as well as diverse. Your unique ideas and perspectives are valued so that we best represent the people we serve. Employee benef • Tue, 02 JulVictorian Government
Senior Lawyer » Victoria, Australia - Seeking passionate Senior Civil Justice Lawyers to provide crucial legal services to communities affected by the 2022 floods in regional Victoria. Full time/part time maximum term position up to 2 years Salary based on experience, range: $98,902 - $123,624 (pro rata) plus super Up to $15,900 in salary packaging and hybrid WFH & office model Flexibility regarding office base. Candidates able to identify office preference based on available options: Bendigo, Shepparton, Mildura, Horsham, or Ballarat. About the role: We are currently seeking dedicated Senior Civil Justice Lawyers to join our team at Victoria Legal Aid (VLA). In this role, you will be instrumental in delivering essential legal services, including providing expert legal advice, representing clients in courts, and contributing to community well-being. With a particular focus on supporting communities impacted by the October 2022 floods, you will support the civil justice practice in the regional catchment by implementing services that will assist VLA to reach disadvantaged clients. This includes outreach services, stakeholder partnerships (including the local community legal centre and Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations), and community engagement. This is an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by natural disasters and contribute to building community resilience. We have 3x full time or part time positions available across our regional VLA offices, namely Bendigo, Shepparton, Mildura, Horsham, and Ballarat. About you: As our ideal candidate, you will possess: A current Australian practising certificate which entitles you to practise in Victoria as a government legal practitioner (mandatory). Proven ability to handle complex legal matters including areas such as tenancy, social security, and mental health law, or other areas of law typically within the scope of VLA's Civil Justice Program. Excellent interpersonal and communication abilities, especially when working with disadvantaged clients. Ability to supervise and mentor staff, contributing to their development in civil law. Commitment to working collaboratively and fostering a supportive team environment. Experience working with First Nations Australians, including an understanding of cultural norms and issues. Comfortable traveling frequently to flood-affected regions for outreach, with occasional overnight stays as needed. Don't meet every requirement? At VLA, we understand that your work and life experiences can be just as valuable. If you're excited about this role but your CV doesn't align perfectly with our job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or one of our many other opportunities. About Victoria Legal Aid: We provide legal representation to those who need it most. With over 1000 staff employed in 15 offices across Victoria, we help people with their legal problems by providing information, advice and education with a focus on the prevention and early resolution of legal problems. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds and foster a work culture that's inclusive as well as diverse. Your unique ideas and perspectives are valued so that we best represent the people we serve. Employee benefits: Focus on work-life balance including flexible working arrangements Hybrid work from home & office model Training and professional development opportunities Excellent Tue, 02 JulVictorian Government
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Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Governance Lead » Docklands, Melbourne - Who we are In Melbourne, water is essential to our way of life. As caretakers for Melbourne’s water cycle, we care for water, life and land throughout Melbourne: both its people and its biodiversity. Each time you drink from the tap, flush a toilet, run through a backyard sprinkler, or kayak down the Yarra—we’re there. Primed and ready, quietly delivering some of the world’s cleanest water for over five million residents and wildlife that call Melbourne home —just as we have for over 130 years. If you value making it count, diving in with curiosity, and doing what’s right, you're in the right place. About the Role The Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Governance Lead is accountable to the Senior Manager Technology Risk & Compliance for the development, maintenance and governance of Melbourne Water’s IT Disaster Recovery Plans. Linking to Melbourne Water’s Business Continuity Plans, the DR plans aim to ensure reliable, safe and consistent IT capability during a disaster or BCP event, with the support of third party managed service providers, professional service providers and other teams within the business. Identify and manage risks relating to potential business disruption in accordance with risk management policies Determine, document & govern recovery requirements including Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) Build recovery strategies for systems ensuring they are based on approved business continuity plan requirements, are cost effective, and leverage underlying recovery capabilities. For more information about the role, refer to the attached Role_Mandate About you: Expertise in DR and BCP planning and management Proven record of IT risk management Knowledge of NIST and ISO standards, Victorian government legislation and regulatory authorities Experience in planning and prioritising maturity uplift taking a risk-based and pragmatic approach ITIL Foundation and/or Practitioner, or equivalent qualification or experience. Experience in governance and compliance Tertiary degree in IT discipline desirable Why join us: At Melbourne Water, we care about water and all life that springs from it. Our people are fuelled by passion, and with safety at the forefront, we have an unwavering sense of purpose, and are on a mission to protect every Melburnian’s way of life, one drop at a time. We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working – but that’s not all. Our culture of purpose, safety, results, and learning permeates everything we do. We're dedicated to doing what's right, and this commitment extends to the meaningful work we do in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. Our long-standing commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ individuals, people living with disability, mature age and young jobseekers from all cultures can apply with confidence knowing they are safe, affirmed, and celebrated. If you’re curious, action-orientated, outcomes-focused, and care deeply for public resources, community, and the environment, we'd love to receive an application and learn if you could be a great fit. How to Apply Click the 'Apply Now' button below and complete our online application form. Closing date: 15 th Jul 2024 at 11:55pm AEST • Tue, 02 JulMelbourne Water
Duty Store Manager - Sydney CBD Area » Edgecliff, NSW - compassionate leave, natural disaster leave, emergency services leave etc Boost your well-being with the MyALDI Wellbeing program... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$31.46 per hour
Retail Assistant - Karrinyup » Karrinyup, WA - including paid parental leave, superannuation on parental leave, up to 5 days paid compassionate leave, natural disaster leave... • Tue, 02 JulAldi$29.04 per hour
Senior Advisor (Assurance) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your role as Senior Assurance Officer will provide assurance over project funding submissions for a suite of disaster recovery and resilience grants administered by QRA and be a key liaison and coordination point for internal and external stakeholders to ensure QRA receives the required information. You will combine your technical and people experience to present complex information in an accurate and engaging way to a range of stakeholders. Develop and maintain collaborative and productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders that contribute to or have necessary involvement in QRA's assurance and governance functions. Conduct operational assurance reviews on QRA funded projects in accordance with program funding guidelines using risk based methodologies. Actively contribute to QRA's response to external audit of grant programs administered by QRA. Prepare high quality work papers which accurately reflect the work performed and supports findings and recommendations. Participate in post-implementation reviews and reporting of management actions in relation to recommendations raised by audit, including external audit. Present and negotiate audit findings and recommendations to Senior Management and key internal and external stakeholders where required. Ensure that QRA processes and procedures comply with legislation, accounting and auditing standards, funding guidelines and internal organisational policies. This role may be required to travel within Queensland on occasion to meet with stakeholders. Opportunities to travel post disaster events may be required. To find out more about QRA visit our website, or reach out to the contact officer for more information about this role. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO APPLY ONLINE - scroll down and click the 'APPLY ONLINE' button. If you are reviewing this position on SEEK, please click on the apply button above and you will be able to review role profile and apply • Tue, 02 JulQueensland Government
Performance Lead » Australia - Frameworks, ensuring appropriate data security, WHS, external conduct and disaster recovery policies are in place. Ensure... • Tue, 02 JulSuncorp
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Operations Manager, Community Programs » Melbourne, VIC - the response to natural disaster through the establishment of recovery focused programs and works across the department... • Mon, 01 JulState Government of Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
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Saviynt CPAM Architect » Sydney, Sydney Region - Essential Criteria: Experience in Information Security, with a preference for expertise in the PAM domain. Implement and manage Saviynt CPAM solutions. Perform installation and configuration tasks for Vault, disaster recovery (DR), and break-glass processes. Integrate PAM solutions with a minimum of three of the following environments: On-premises servers, AWS, Azure, GCP, SaaS applications, Web applications, Network devices (firewalls, switches, routers), Active Directory, including multi-domain setups Architect and design technology components, including deployment architecture, Privileged Session Manager (PSM), Vault, and access control mechanisms based on specific privileges. Maintain knowledge of platform security, administration, and management, particularly in Linux/UNIX and Windows system environments. Knowledge on database technologies such as Oracle, PL/SQL, and SQL for secure and efficient data management. Apply scripting and coding skills (e.g., PowerShell, REST, Auto IT) to automate and enhance security processes. Produce high-quality documentation on design, Build, SOP, and communicate effectively with team members and stakeholders. • Sun, 30 JunManvision Technologies
Project Officer - Emergency Management » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Southern Adelaide Local Health Network - Flinders Medical Centre - Disaster Resilience Unit Salary $75,430.00 - $79,070.00 p.a. (pro rata) ASO4| Full Time - 12 month contract Are you a Project Officer looking to make a difference in Southern Adelaide's local community? The Project Officer Emergency Management is accountable to the SALHN Director, SALHN Disaster Resilience Unit for the provision of support, policy advice, research, development and implementation of emergency management procedures and business continuity plans. About the Role: Your duties may include: Contributing to preparation and analysis of high-level performance reports and presentations from complex data sets. Providing administrative support functions to the SALHN Disaster Resilience Unit and SALHN Incident Management Team including preparation and distributions of agenda and minutes, monitoring actions to report completion of outstanding items within agreed timeframes. Completing Business Impact Analysis to inform the development of Business Continuity Plans. Contributing to the development of an integrated team approach and culture which is highly responsive to the needs of our consumers. Please see the attached Role Description for additional information. About you: Self-motivated, organised and demonstrated initiative. Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts and ideas effectively, both verbally and in writing to a wide range of audiences. Demonstrated experience in the field of Business Continuity and Emergency Management. Experience in the management and coordination of executive committees. What To Know More? Contact: Kelly Lewis, Director - SALHN Disaster Resilience Unit, kelly.lewissa.gov.au Application Closing Date: 11.55 pm Wednesday 10 July 2024 Attachments: 871561 - ASO4 Project Officer Emergency Management - RD Australian applicant guidelines International applicant guidelines Applicant Information: In addition to the annual salary and entitlements (superannuation & leave loading), we also offer salary sacrifice benefits. Watch a short video about what salary packaging is. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and Immunisation compliance as indicated on the Role description. SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 871561 • Sun, 30 JunSA Health
Facilities Coordinator » The Rocks, Sydney - A Career with Point72's Facilities team Our Facilities team delivers a high level of corporate services supporting our offices around the globe, including real estate, property management, day-to-day operations, maintenance, provide assistance and support in the delivery of day-to-day facilities services and administrative functions for Sydney Office What you'll do Maintain appropriate inventory of office supplies and pantry items Manage reception desk, greet guests, and handle incoming phone calls Plan, coordinate, and monitor the execution of office maintenance Help inspect and maintain key parts of the office to ensure that all equipment is working properly Prepare various reports for management review on bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly basis Coordinate desk moves and other tasks required to maintain optimal seating layout Work closely with Technology team to manage and maintain IT infrastructure Act as registered Fire, Disaster prevention representative for the office (arrange annual Fire/Disaster Prevention inspection and submit completed reports to local Fire Department, etc.) Partner with Accounting, Legal and Compliance to facilitate onboarding and invoicing of new suppliers Communicate closely with the payment team to ensure invoices are processed in a timely manner Participate and assist in annual budget forecasting, review and monitor the budget implementation throughout the daily operations Monitor performance of external vendors, liaise with both internal and external parties to ensure deliverables satisfy firm requirements Work on ad-hoc requests and special projects as needed Requirements Bachelor's degree 5 years of experience in an administrative or customer service capacity. Real estate or facilities management experience preferred Strong oral and written communication skills Superior customer service orientation Strong problem-solving skills Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task, establish priorities and meet deadlines A willingness to take ownership of responsibilities and assignments Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Commitment to the highest ethical standards About Point72 Point72 Asset Management is a global firm led by Steven Cohen that invests in multiple asset classes and strategies worldwide. Resting on more than a quarter-century of investing experience, we seek to be the industry's premier asset manager through delivering superior risk-adjusted returns, adhering to the highest ethical standards, and offering the greatest opportunities to the industry's brightest talent. For more information, visit www.Point72.com/working-here. • Sun, 30 JunPoint72
PhD Scholarship: Disasters, Conflict, Shocks and Violence Against Women in the Indo-Pacific Region » Nathan, QLD - Company Description About us The ARC Centre of Excellence for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEVAW) is the world’s first centre to tackle the full range of forms of violence against women in Australia and the Indo-Pacific re... • Sat, 29 JunGriffith University$33480 per year
PhD Scholarship: Disasters, Conflict, Shocks and Violence Against Women in the Indo-Pacific Region » Nathan, Brisbane - Job Description We are seeking 2 highly motivated PhD candidates to join our team and contribute to a significant research project focusing on the intersection of shocks and violence against women (VAW). This project aims to analyse how different shocks, such as climate-induced disasters, conflicts, political instability, and health emergencies, impact various forms of VAW in the Indo-Pacific region including Asia, Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, and the Blue Pacific. The scholarship recipient will be located at the Nathan campus with the Griffith University Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEVAW), under the supervision of Professor Sara Davies, Deputy Director (Indo-Pacific Research), CEVAW. The PhD candidate will benefit from multidisciplinary supervision provided by CEVAW’s Chief Investigators across different Australian universities as well as networking opportunities across academia and industry through conferences and CEVAW’s partner organisations, nationally and internationally. • Sat, 29 JunGriffith University
Senior Estimator Civil » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - We are currently seeking a highly skilled and experienced Senior Estimator to join our Government client in their operations division to assist with the delivery of managed funding programs including the State and Commonwealth Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements and resilience funded projects by State and Local Government agencies. Your Contribution: As a Senior Estimator, you will play a crucial role in managing the assessment of plant and equipment fleet eligibility and benchmarking standard treatments activities within government framework. Key responsibilities include: Program Governance: Develop and maintain expert knowledge of program governance related to plant and equipment, benchmarking of standard treatments, and cost estimation. Benchmarking and Estimation: Review and manage the application of the departments reconstruction standard treatments and benchmark rates using first principles estimation or suitable methodologies. Implement sustainable and best practice approaches for benchmarking activities to meet program governance standards. Stakeholder Engagement: Engage with internal and external stakeholders to identify, escalate, and manage risks related to plant and equipment eligibility and benchmarking of standard treatments. Risk Management: Facilitate commercial risk management and develop technical, commercial, and risk frameworks to support department operations. Reporting and Support: Maintain high-quality data and produce timely, transparent, and accurate quantitative and qualitative reports. Support technical advisors with plant and equipment assessments during funding acquittal or closeout. Suitability: Qualifications: Mandatory current quantity surveying or construction estimating qualifications; civil estimating experience; familiarity with The Plant & Vehicle Management Manual by IPWEA. A Fleet Management Certificate is desirable. Experience: Proven experience in plant and equipment cost estimation, synthesis of plant charge-out rates, management of plant and vehicle fleets, and benchmarking methodologies for standard treatments. Skills: Exceptional collaboration and communication skills to lead methodology and framework improvements aligned with departments priorities. Commitment: Demonstrated commitment, knowledge sharing, and continuous improvement in a collaborative environment. If you are a dedicated professional with the required qualifications and experience apply today or contact Aaliyah on 3255 4810 or email Aaliyah.ruhipersolkelly.com.au Who are we At PERSOLKELLY, our passion is - and always has been - putting you first. We propel our people forward by supporting their careers in fresh ways, backed by our expertise and capability. We're committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment which values and respects diverse styles, backgrounds, experience and perspectives. We welcome and encourage women, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply. So it's over to you. If you would like to join our team, please APPLY now. To learn more about working with PERSOLKELLY, we encourage you to visit our website. Follow our LinkedIn page at linkedin.com/company/persolkelly for the latest updates and insights. • Fri, 28 JunProgrammed
Manager Local Government Sustainability » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Research, evaluate and develop reference material and lead projects supporting compliance and financial sustainability of the Territory’s local government sector; assess and analyse borrowing requests from councils; support the administration of the NT Grants Commission; and assess claims made under Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements. • Fri, 28 JunNorthern Territory Government
Senior Communications and Engagement Advisor » Australia - National Emergency Management Agency: National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) was established on 1 September 2022 as a single, accountable Commonwealth authority that delivers a whole-of-nation approach to reducing disaster risk, planning, preparing for, responding to and recovering from all hazards across the emergency management continuum. NEMA works closely with states and territories to deliver the best outcome for communities across Australia. To help communities respond and recover, while preparing Australia for future emergencies, we: Fund programs and initiatives, big and small, that help communities in times of emergency, as well as to recover and prepare, including through disaster recovery funding and the Disaster Ready Fund to help reduce the risk and impact of disasters; Have officers located across Australia, working in partnership with states and territories to support disaster-affected communities to collectively build resilience, reduce risk and harm, and effectively respond to and recover from disasters Provide national leadership to share knowledge, situational awareness, and trends in disaster efforts to inform, guide and shape the national picture and decision-making at the Commonwealth, state and local Government level - including through policy development and strategy to improve risk reduction, resilience and recovery; and Provide round-the-clock all-hazards monitoring and operational coordination for domestic and international emergencies, including supply chain disruptions, critical infrastructure outages, biosecurity risks and widespread cyber-attacks, and through supporting preparedness and response activities, including through the operationalisation of the Australian Government Crisis Management Framework. For further information on NEMA's purpose, vision and values, please see the NEMA website. Overview of the Branch and Section: This position sits in the National Emergency Management Agency's (NEMA) Media, Communications and Engagement Branch. The Branch provides expert public communication, internal and executive communication, stakeholder engagement and media advice to promote ministerial and Agency priorities, policies and programs. The Branch delivers all media management and external communications functions including but not limited to; media support for Ministers and the Executive, social media, graphic design, video production, speechwriting, internal communication, outreach and event support, and external and strategic communication campaigns. This role sits within the Strategic Communications and Engagement Team. This team develops and maintains strong relationships with business and program areas across NEMA. They develop and implement communication and engagement strategies to support the Agency's key objectives. The team work closely with the teams across the branch to align activities with these strategies. It also delivers on NEMA's participation in key sector outreach events throughout the year, and supports NEMA's executive in their critical outreach activities. About the role: We are seeking to fill several Senior Communications and Engagement Advisor roles. As Senior Advisor, Communications and Engagement you will provide communications and engagement support to policy and program areas across the Agency to meet their key business objectives. As a communications specialist, you will have a proven ability to produce comprehensive strategies that are aligned with business outcomes, lead their successful execution, be hands on in the creation of content, and demonstrate how you use data to inform your approach. You will develop, execute and evaluate strategies for internal and external audiences and support to develop a range of materials including talking points, articles and blogs, website and social media content. You will work closely with other teams across the branch to ensure the timely development of talking points, speeches, graphics, videos and other products to the implementation of communication strategies. You will establish and maintain strong connections across the Agency and with key external stakeholders. As such, you will have strong communication and interpersonal skills, which will allow you to engage effectively with stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds and levels of seniority. You will work closely with your Media and Communications Branch colleagues and across the Agency, including the offices of the Coordinator-General and Deputy Coordinators-General. At times staff within NEMA may be required to work outside of standard business hours, particularly during the high-risk weather season. Our ideal candidate: The Agency is looking for highly skilled communications professionals to fill critical vacancies in the Strategic Communications and Engagement team within the Media, Communications and Engagement Branch. With the ability to take a measured and agile approach to your work, you will be at the forefront of matters that impact all Australians. You will use your skills and expertise to contribute to strategy and content development across our communications. You must be able to produce to a very high standard content which is audience and channel appropriate. We encourage applications from First Nations people, people with disability, LGBTQIA people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age people and people from other diverse backgrounds. We are committed to providing a working environment that values diversity and inclusion and supports staff to reach their full potential. The key duties of the position include Specific duties/responsibilities: Provide communications and engagement advice and services to support the achievement of the Agency's strategic and operational objectives Develop and implement communication strategies for the Agency's key programs and initiatives Produce high quality, creative communications materials for use across a range of mediums and channels (including web content, blogs and newsletter articles, speeches, talking points, factsheets, information kits, merchandise, collateral, presentations and a range of digital content) which are audience appropriate, and align with the Agency's narrative, brand and strategic objectives Develop and maintain productive relationships with program and policy areas across the Agency to support their key business objectives Assist with other media or communications tasks as required. Role requirements/qualifications: You will have strong organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities while working effectively under pressure in a changing environment to deliver high-quality advice and outcomes. A Degree or Diploma in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing or related discipline is highly desirable. The following skills and capabilities will be used on a daily basis: Managing own work and being able to support the work of others to ensure timely delivery of high quality materials Project managing strategies and associated materials, delivering impactful outcomes within tight deadlines High level written and verbal communication skills to write and edit content Engaging and partnering with team members and senior colleagues to identify or understand concerns and develop solutions that are suitable to the Agency With limited direction, providing communications advice and support in a fast-paced and rapidly evolving crisis situation. • Thu, 27 JunAPS
Application Development and Support Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Application Development and Support Analyst WIB Technology, GTS and Digital Can be located in Hobart TAS, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane Required to attend the office up to 3 times a week We're opening this exciting opportunity within Global Transaction Services team, and we are looking for a specialist, who will be assisting in providing application maintenance and support to enable system availability, reliability, and achievement of service level requirements. If you have knowledge/experience in supporting business applications in a Windows server environment and desire to learn the technical world of payment transfers - we're looking for you How will I help? You will assist with system enhancement, including the implementation of business recovery, disaster recovery, and continuity plans, ensuring system availability, reliability, stability, currency, and recoverability of applications to meet agreed service levels Resolve incidents and problems to ensure systems operate as required. Provide immediate application support during service disruptions or issues, ensuring service availability and meeting service level requirements. Develop and maintain operational and system documentation to enable effective maintenance and support of applications Assist change and continuous improvement initiatives Proactively identify and resolve root causes of application problems and incidents. Collaborate effectively with team members and other stakeholders Participate in Major Incident and Major Problem reviews Perform application analysis and tuning to maintain optimal performance and capacity requirements Recommend changes to application or it's usage that can potentially reduce cost or improve performance Undertake continuous improvement activities within the team to ensure services are delivered more efficiently and provide support to stakeholders through appropriate Change Management activities. Promote and ensure the use of agreed tools, methodologies and tools. Resolve incidents escalated by Level 2 Support Deploy code fixes to implement corrective actions for identified problems or vulnerabilities. Participate in testing of disaster recovery plans, business continuity, and disaster recovery drills. What's in it for me? You will play an important and significant part in the future of a business that has been around for 200 years. Our vision is to become one of the world's great service companies. So, we will back you in the development of your career, with internal career prospects and flexible working. You will also be backed by a fantastic team of people in a can-do, supportive structure. What do I need? This role focuses on providing L3 SME support for a wide range of applications, making previous experience in L2/L3 Application Support highly desirable. Proven experience in application support. Experience in a corporate IT environment (preferred). Support experience in a Windows Server environment. Experience with payments processing (preferred). Proficiency in building environments, deploying applications, and managing server operating infrastructures. Must have SQL and PowerShell expertise. Knowledge of SSL certificates and Web Application Firewalls. What's it like to work with Westpac? As well as good pay and a great culture, joining the Westpac family means you will get some of the best banking, wealth, and insurance benefits in the market. We back our employees by helping them work towards industry-recognised qualifications, using online learning, training modules and career planning tools for you to grow with us. We will even pay you to do volunteer or community work. As an equal opportunity employer, we are proud to have created a culture and work environment that values diversity and flexibility - and champions inclusion. How do I apply? Start here. Select the APPLY or APPLY NOW button. At Westpac we are committed to providing a supportive culture and creating diverse, inclusive, and accessible workplaces, branches, products and services for our customers, employees, and community. This role is open to experienced candidates seeking a discussion around workplace flexibility. We invite candidates of all ages, genders, sexual orientation, cultural backgrounds, people with disability, neurodiverse individuals, and Indigenous Australians to apply. If you have questions about the recruitment process, please email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? We can provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability and/or neurodiversity. If you require an adjustment to be made during the recruitment process at any stage, please call 1800 655 592 Option 2.3 or email talentacquisitionwestpac.com.au LI-Hybrid • Thu, 27 JunWestpac
Manager (Emergency Management) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/574023/24 Closing date 09-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Paul Austin Contact details Mobile: 0428 127 466 Access the National Relay Service Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Lead and manage the development, implementation and improvement of emergency management training, exercising, planning, systems, and processes, focusing on operational readiness and building local capability and capacity across all levels of the QDMA. Contribute to the development, delivery and implementation of the operational service delivery plan and state-based emergency management initiatives and outcomes. Provide strategic advice and direction on the development of strategies, frameworks, and policies to build resilience and deliver on disaster management initiatives within the QDMA. Develop strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders regarding disaster management activities and/or issues to ensure requirements are met and business objectives achieved. Represent, liaise, and negotiate for QPS and the State at high level cross agency committee meetings and working groups in building awareness and strengthening community resilience and disaster management outcomes. Prepare and review complex reports, briefs, submissions, and other correspondence in relation to disaster management capability and capacity, in accordance with departmental requirements. Facilitate capacity for engagement in post event analysis, debriefs and lessons, including developing improvement strategies, and resolving gaps in local, regional, and operational capacity and/or capability. Lead and manage a multi-disciplinary team, through effective human resource and financial management practices, including developing staff through performance, planning and review. Role Requirements Mandatory Minimum C Class Driver's License (non-restricted) Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience Knowledge, experience, or qualifications in management, interagency/multiagency/volunteer organisation related area(s), and/or disaster management will be highly regarded. Knowledge, experience, or qualifications in the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS) or equivalent will be highly regarded. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent would be highly desirable. Other Capacity to support operational duties during disaster events. This may require work outside of normal hours (e.g. night shift), including weekends, working extended hours and may include deployment to other parts of the State. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 574023 24 - Role Description (Word, 5.08MB) 574023 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 226KB) • Thu, 27 JunQueensland Government
Manager (Emergency Management) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Lead and manage the development, implementation and improvement of emergency management training, exercising, planning, systems, and processes, focusing on operational readiness and building local capability and capacity across all levels of the QDMA.- Contribute to the development, delivery and implementation of the operational service delivery plan and state-based emergency management initiatives and outcomes.- Provide strategic advice and direction on the development of strategies, frameworks, and policies to build resilience and deliver on disaster management initiatives within the QDMA.- Develop strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders regarding disaster management activities and/or issues to ensure requirements are met and business objectives achieved.- Represent, liaise, and negotiate for QPS and the State at high level cross agency committee meetings and working groups in building awareness and strengthening community resilience and disaster management outcomes.- Prepare and review complex reports, briefs, submissions, and other correspondence in relation to disaster management capability and capacity, inaccordance with departmental requirements.- Facilitate capacity for engagement in post event analysis, debriefs and lessons, including developing improvement strategies, and resolving gaps in local, regional, and operational capacity and/or capability.- Lead and manage a multi-disciplinary team, through effective human resource and financial management practices, including developing staff through performance, planning and review. Role Requirements Mandatory - Minimum C Class Driver's License (non-restricted) Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience - Knowledge, experience, or qualifications in management, interagency/multiagency/volunteer organisation related area(s), and/or disastermanagement will be highly regarded.- Knowledge, experience, or qualifications in the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS) or equivalent will be highly regarded.- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent would be highly desirable. Other - Capacity to support operational duties during disaster events. This may require work outside of normal hours (e.g. night shift), including weekends, working extended hours and may include deployment to other parts of the State. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 25 JunQueensland Government
Senior Planning Advisor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Policy & Planning Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/573061/24 Closing date 05-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Natasha Stanley Contact details (07) 3635 2344 Access the National Relay Service The unit engages across local, state and commonwealth government agencies, private sector and with district and local disaster management capabilities to continually enhance stakeholder relationships to contribute towards a collaborative approach to data sharing in situational awareness systems across the disaster management sector. In a dynamic and rapidly evolving environment, the unit delivers high quality planning products and advice to contribute towards a successful Whole of Government response to Queensland communities affected by crises. Your Key Accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and maintain an operational planning capability to contribute towards the development of specific planning products to enhance situational awareness for decision makers. Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of scientifically based and local community relevant disaster risk management data, systems, tools, and platforms. Identify and analyse trends and issues that contribute to quality decision making for supporting continuous improvement and innovation across emergency management planning. Build and maintain strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders regarding planning, policy, and procedures. Foster effective communication channels with internal and external stakeholders to develop and support situational awareness tools and products. Coordinate training programs to support emergency management planning. Represent Emergency Management and Coordination Command in emergency management forums, exercises, workshops, and reviews. Role Requirements Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience Knowledge and/or experience or qualifications in disaster management and operations. Knowledge, experience, or ability to acquire skills in geospatial products. Knowledge and experience in developing high level plans, policies and systems relating to disaster and emergency management. Other Capacity to support operational duties during disaster events. This may require work outside of normal hours (e.g. night shift), including weekends, working extended hours and may include deployment to other parts of the State. Applications to remain current for 12 months Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 573061 24 role profile (Word, 5.38MB) Applicant Guide non-Police -A (Word, 226KB) • Tue, 25 JunQueensland Government
Technical Specialist » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Must have Baseline. Essential criteria Extensive experience working in Federal Government. o Ability to adapt/work across agile and waterfall methodologies. o At least 5 years experience as a Technical Specialist working within technology, networks and/or infrastructure projects. o Knowledge of, or experience implementing ISM and Essential 8 controls. Sound analytical skills. o Expert troubleshooting, advanced problem solving and diagnostic skills, with an ability to assess highly technical problems and implement solutions within own expertise. o Demonstrated ability to critically assess information and articulate results through words and diagrams. o Organising your work, making sound decisions, and achieving outcomes. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage technical teams, partnering with multiple vendors to deliver outcomes under tight timeframes. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including clear and effective facilitation and presentation skills and the ability to produce clear and concise written materials. Demonstrated experience with a broad range of on-premises and as a service technologies, including (but not limited to): Nutanix and VMWare compute environments. Veritas NetBackup and Dell Avamar backup solutions. Azure cloud (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS). Linux/Unix and Windows servers and databases. ICT services including DNS, NTP, AD, PKI, Microsoft Exchange, monitoring, logging, automation/CICD, and VDI technologies. Aruba solution stack (wired and wireless) Fortinet solution stack Desirable criteria Demonstrated experience designing and implementing complex technical solutions utilising a Systems Engineering or similar methodology. Demonstrated experience assessing and improving ICT disaster recovery capability. Including: Assessment of business/service continuity plans and ICT disaster recovery capability. Developing a strategic initiative and obtain support from key stakeholders to address limitations. Developing disaster recovery framework/plan and system recovery procedures. • Tue, 25 JunSofttest pays pty ltd
Disaster Recovery Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Actively seeking a Disaster Recovery Lead for a Victorian Government organisation for a permanent role. About the Company The Client is a Utilities organisation within the Victorian Government. About the Role The client is looking for an experienced Disaster Recovery Lead to schedule and test IT and Business continuity plans to ensure reliable, safe and consistent IT capability during an event of a disaster Duties Implement DRP and BCP support services for corporate enterprise systems and infrastructure. Establish DRP and BCP test schedules for IT services, systems, end-user computing, applications, infrastructure, data centre, telecommunications, to ensure that recovery plans are tested to ensure their currency and effectiveness Responsible for ensuring recovery strategies and plans are regularly reviewed, updated and validated, through engagement with system owners. Responsible for defining roles, responsibilities and authorities to activate disaster recovery plans Responsible for financial management of DR and BCP testing activities Development and ownership of procedures to ensure new applications, systems and infrastructure are integrated into the IT DR and BCP Skills & Experience Knowledge of NIST and ISO standards, Victorian government legislation and regulatory authorities Expertise in DR and BCP planning. management and best practices Budget management experience. Experience in performance management of external IT service providers and suppliers Experience in Disaster recovery/business continuity and facilitating disaster recovery exercises and events Excellent oral and written communication skill Benefits Flexible working arrangements Salary: $145,000 inclusive of super Work in an inclusive and supportive environment • Tue, 25 JunLaunch Recruitment
Senior Planning Advisor » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The unit engages across local, state and commonwealth government agencies, private sector and with district and local disaster management capabilities to continually enhance stakeholder relationships to contribute towards a collaborative approach to data sharing in situational awareness systems across the disaster management sector. In a dynamic and rapidly evolving environment, the unit delivers high quality planning products and advice to contribute towards a successful Whole of Government response to Queensland communities affected by crises. Your Key AccountabilitiesThe core capability requirements for this role are: - Develop and maintain an operational planning capability to contribute towards the development of specific planning products to enhance situational awareness for decision makers.- Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of scientifically based and local community relevant disaster risk management data, systems, tools, and platforms. - Identify and analyse trends and issues that contribute to quality decision making for supporting continuous improvement and innovation across emergency management planning.- Build and maintain strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders regarding planning, policy, and procedures.- Foster effective communication channels with internal and external stakeholders to develop and support situational awareness tools and products. - Coordinate training programs to support emergency management planning.- Represent Emergency Management and Coordination Command in emergency management forums, exercises, workshops, and reviews. Role Requirements- Technical/ Operational/ Educational experience- Knowledge and/or experience or qualifications in disaster management and operations.- Knowledge, experience, or ability to acquire skills in geospatial products.- Knowledge and experience in developing high level plans, policies and systems relating to disaster and emergency management. - Other- Capacity to support operational duties during disaster events. This may require work outside of normal hours (e.g. night shift), including weekends, working extended hours and may include deployment to other parts of the State. Applications to remain current for 12 months • Sun, 23 JunQueensland Government
Clinical Nurse Consultant - Community Resilience Coordinator » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Nursing Classification Nurse Grade 7 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/MH573019 Closing date 03-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 10 Months Contact person Jo Flear Contact details (07) 3139 3207 Access the National Relay Service About the role The purpose of this role is to provide advanced clinical expertise and care relevant to improve collaboration between government agencies, non-government organisations and private sector providers to assist in facilitating the delivery of a coordinated, multi-agency post disaster response to communities affected by Southeast Queensland disaster events such as rainfall flooding, cyclones, bushfires, drought, and pandemic. Specifically, the role delivers post disaster mental health recovery services through the application of advanced clinical knowledge, skills, and competency according to contemporary practice and standards of care. About you This successful applicant will carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North values and the corresponding Lominger competencies: Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in accordance with Schedule 2, Nurses and Midwives (Queensland Health Award) (2015) - Generic Level Statements (GLS) Nurse Grade 7 and the Queensland Health and Metro North Health's commitments and values, in achievement of the organisational goals and Domains of Practice. Practice in accordance with code of ethics, professional standards and legislation affecting nursing practice by maintaining current knowledge and competence within scope of position. Demonstrate advanced specialist knowledge, experience and clinical skills in in disaster related mental health. Responsible for providing consultancy to General Practitioners, non-government organisations, mental health services, consumers, carers, and staff relevant to post disaster mental health recovery, including facilitating access to relevant mental health services. Demonstrate critical thinking and reasoning, advanced problem solving skills and expert clinical judgement in relation to post disaster mental health recovery. Responsible for the professional development of self and others utilising contemporary practice in the delivery of improved standards of care. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: MH573019 Close date: Wednesday, 03 July 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. MH573019 - Role Description CNC (PDF, 399KB) Role Description Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Application Kit Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Application Kit • Sun, 23 JunQueensland Government
Psychologist or Occupational Therapist or Social Worker (Community Resilience Coordinator) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Allied Health/Clinical Support Classification HP4 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/MH573071 Closing date 03-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 10 Months Contact person Jo Flear Contact details (07) 3139 3207 Access the National Relay Service About the role Improve collaboration between government agencies, non-government organisations and private sector providers to assist in facilitating the delivery of a coordinated, multi-agency post disaster response to communities affected by Southeast Queensland rainfall and flooding. The position aims to improve community resilience via community outreach and the delivery of relevant information sessions, training programs and linkages for community agencies responding to people in distress post disaster. About you The successful applicant will carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health values: Responsible for delivering post disaster mental health recovery services through the application of advanced clinical knowledge, skills, and competency according to contemporary practice and standards of care. This includes engaging with community organisations to identify people who have experienced significant distress, are exhibiting early signs of stress-related disorders, and/or are at risk of developing mental health disorders. Responsible for providing consultancy to General Practitioners, non-government organisations, mental health services, consumers, carers, and staff relevant to post disaster mental health recovery, including facilitating access to relevant mental health services. Group program delivery for service providers and community members impacted by disaster events (e.g., skills for psychological recovery) to improve emotional resiliency and disaster related psychological preparedness for future events. This includes providing information about psychological recovery at community events and workshops. Liaison with key MNMH positions/teams and community services to facilitate a coordinated response for people requiring additional mental health support post disaster. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: MH573071 Close date: Wednesday, 03 July 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. MH573071 - Role Description HP4 (PDF, 480KB) Role Description Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Application Kit Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Application Kit • Sun, 23 JunQueensland Government
Deputy Commissioner (SES4H) Queensland Fire and Rescue » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About us As an emergency service department, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is responsible for ensuring the safety of people and property across Queensland through the provision of effective prevention, preparedness, response and recovery activities across a range of emergency situations. QFES is a primary provider of fire, rescue and emergency management programs and services throughout Queensland. The department encompasses Queensland Fire and Rescue (QFR) and Rural Fire Service Queensland (RFSQ), and is supported by a significant volunteer workforce to delivery its key functions. As of the 1 July 2024, QFES will become the Queensland Fire Department (QFD). Established as a dedicated fire department, QFD is committed to strengthening service delivery to meet the needs of Queensland communities. Purpose of the role The Deputy Commissioner, QFR is responsible for leading the performance and specialist service delivery elements of fire, emergency management and specialist emergency response activities to communities throughout Queensland. This is achieved by overseeing and leading the delivery of all QFR services through our four regional office locations. Along with supporting the Commissioner in the performance of the Commissioner's statutory functions, you will be accountable for leading improvements in the overarching performance and capability of QFR. The position requires strong professional leadership and management capabilities. The role requires an ability to lead and manage urban and emergency management services to deliver government priorities along with excellence in client service delivery. The Deputy Commissioner is to provide high level leadership particularly by working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. As an executive your performance will be assessed in according to four key accountability perspectives: financial; stakeholder and outcome; internal business; and learning and growth. This position is accountable to the Commissioner, QFES. Mandatory Operational Requirements professional firefighting experience which requires the ability to demonstrate significant knowledge of and practical experience in each of the following:responding to, combating and managing structural fires, bushfires, and incidents involving hazardous materials carrying out specialist and technical rescues responding to and managing disasters. AND incident control expertise which requires the ability to demonstrate significant knowledge of and practical experience in the control of:incidents of large-scale structural fires and bushfires; and incidents involving hazardous materials; and specialist and technical rescues; and responses to disasters. AND fire prevention expertise which requires the ability to demonstrate significant knowledge of and practical experience in fire prevention, in relation to:building fire safety; and community education and enforcement; and mitigation and prevention strategies in the built environment and rural environments that are susceptible to bushfires. Experience must be obtained by employment as a firefighter in QFR or a fire service (however described) in another State or New Zealand that is equivalent to QFR. Your key accountabilities Your part in the ongoing success of our department, in providing key frontline services will see you responsible for a variety of work, including, but not limited to: Financial Provide strategic direction and leadership within QFES to ensure the effective delivery of services through best use of the human, financial and capital resources, ensuring government and corporate objectives are met. Management of organisational capability and direction in response to contemporary performance expectations in liaison with our business partners. Stakeholder and outcome Develop strategic partnerships and effective relationships with Local Government, Queensland Police Service, emergency services agencies and other State Government agencies, Commonwealth agencies, Non-Government, organisations and other organisations including volunteer organisations which contribute to the effectiveness of Queensland's disaster management system. Develop and sustain relationships within the organisation, with the Ministers Office, across the public service and with a diverse range of significant external stakeholders including unions and associations. Provide executive leadership regarding local, inter-state, national and international trends, issues and initiatives relevant to fire and emergency management services and oversee policies, considering emerging trends and identifying long term opportunities. Represent the interests of the state of Queensland effectively in public and internal forums and on a range of national forums that relate to national security. Internal business Provide high level visionary leadership within QFES and the community to ensure the delivery of world class professional, preventative and responsive fire and emergency services. Provide leadership and undertake strategic decision making during times of State-wide or critical emergency response. Command and lead major incidents and disaster management responses with the capacity to undertake the role of State Fire Controller. Strategic management of performance, capability and interoperability across QFES. Provide executive leadership to guide the direction of the organisation, its current and future services and the longer-term development of the organisation. Ensure QFES compliance with relevant legislation, government policy, corporate direction and contemporary best practice in fire and emergency service delivery. Execute excellence in interpersonal skills to manage negotiations to resolve issues of great significance to the departments operation. Ensure that the Commissioner and Minister are provided with proactive and detailed advice on a broad range of complex and sensitive issues. Provide a high level of advice, forward planning and strategic decision making that has a significant impact and that is critical to continued success of the department. Devise and implement strategies to addresses critical risk areas. Strongly influence departmental and whole-of-government policies and priorities. Represent or assume the role of Commissioner QFES during planned and/or unexpected absences. Learning and growth Provide leadership and drive direction and accountability against customer measures to support best practice in the raising, training and sustaining of staff that support the prevention, preparedness, response and recovery phases in an all-hazards environment whilst contributing to the broader objective of improving community resilience. Support the Commissioner, to ensure, through monitoring and regularly evaluating, emergency capability is continually improving with a priority focus on providing support to local governments and fire/disaster management groups. Ensure a strategic approach to the delivery of training for operational staff enables persons to perform the functions under the relevant Acts are met efficiently, effectively and appropriately. Implement sustainable and effective performance management and development systems. Lead and drive the implementation of government reform agenda and department commitments. Lead and model whole of government values which reflect a commitment to customer first, ideas into activities, unleash potential be courageous and empower people. Lead and drive the implementation of operationally critical projects of significant scope and complexity including systems, technology, employment relations and continuous improvement initiatives. Lead the development and implementation of effective corporate governance and business improvement frameworks and practices. Capabilities As a leader in the Queensland Government, you will display outstanding judgement, high of level integrity, strong agility to adapt to a constantly changing environment, a strong achievement orientation, and excellent communication and negotiation skills. The position requires a person who will take personal responsibility for serving the government of the day and meeting the needs of Queenslanders. As Deputy Commissioner you will work towards a system of excellence in service delivery and public sector management. You will have a record of success as a leader in a large and complex organisation with outstanding leadership ability. You will have extensive experience across the public, private and/or not for profit sector and you will have a strong background in strategy and policy implementation, service delivery, and client service. You will have a proven track record as an agent of change in challenging environments and in fostering a confident and capable workforce. You will have extensive experience in an operational environment. QFES actively encourages productive working relationships, a healthy work-life balance, workplace diversity and innovation. As such you will be committed to implementing a safe, healthy and secure workplace; and flexible work and lifestyle options. You will be expected to embed quality of life principles into your working life and role model behaviours that demonstrate a work-life balance. To determine your suitability for the role, you will be assessed on the following Leadership Competencies for Queensland behavioural profiles that link to the "key accountabilities" for this role: Leadership Competency Stream - Executive (leading the function) Vision Leads strategically Stimulates ideas and innovation Leads change in complex environments Makes insightful decisions Results Develops and mobilises talent Builds enduring relationships Inspires others Drives accountability and outcomes Accountability Fosters healthy and inclusive workplaces Pursues continuous growth Demonstrates sound governance Once you join us we will want you to exemplify the QFES shared values of: Respect Integrity Trust Courage Loyalty • Fri, 21 JunQueensland Government
Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/572453/24 Closing date 02-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 12 months with possible extension Contact person Carl Peterson Contact details M: 0423 325 943 Access the National Relay Service The role works closely with both internal and external stakeholders in a complex and changing environment where there are often grants in progress for multiple events simultaneously. This role contributes to building community resilience, supporting disaster recovery efforts, and enhancing social inclusion. Key initiatives include: Lead and manage multiple teams responsible for the delivery, review and ongoing improvement of high-quality Community Recovery grant programs. Ensure appropriate governance frameworks, financial controls and procedures to ensure the effective management and administration of the Community Recovery grant programs in accordance with the QDFG. Provide expert advice regarding the effective management and allocation of grants funding to applicants, and recommendations both internally and externally on program and project delivery, risks and issues. Lead and manage consultation and negotiations with internal and external stakeholders to support and enable grant management and support services during preparation for disaster events, during events and post events. Build and maintain productive working relationships and partnerships across government, industry, and non-government organisations to develop and implement operational policy and business rules focused on continual enhancement of the services. Prepare and review complex reports, briefing notes, submissions, and other correspondence relating to Community Recovery grant programs. Represent the department on relevant departmental committees, meetings, forums and working groups. Lead, manage and participate in departmental initiatives and programs to support ongoing operational improvement strategies and/or provide recommendations to enable effective process and system changes. Conduct regular reviews and evaluations of processes to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of grant management activities and identify inefficiencies and implement improvements. Monitor and evaluate grant related services providing status reports as required. Lead a team culture of accountability and ownership that is supportive and delivers in a complex and changing stressful environment, encouraging a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 572453 24 Role Description (Word, 125KB) • Fri, 21 JunQueensland Government
Senior Digital Media and Communications Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Marketing, PR & Communication Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/QRA571754 Closing date 08-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration up to 30 June 2025 Contact person Ben Doyle Contact details 0417 211 265 Access the National Relay Service In this role you will lead QRA's digital activities, with a focus on social media and web content. You will be responsible for the organisation's social strategy, and the research, creation and management of social posts and other media and communications materials, reporting to QRA's Media Manager. Through your work you will raise the profile of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority, our campaigns, and the ways we help Queenslanders. Take QRA's digital content and presence in new and exciting directions, utilising the latest technology, techniques and networks to share our message and grow our audience. Create fresh, topical and timely social media and web content that showcases the work of QRA and how we're supporting Queenslanders to prepare for and recover from disaster. Develop strategies that increase our key metrics across digital media and communications platforms, including follower numbers, engagement and reach, visits, views and click-throughs. Deliver social media campaigns, including the use of paid techniques such as boosted or sponsored posts. Capture high-quality photos and videos, carry out editing and post-production, and produce graphics and other digital materials that pop, using programs including Canva and the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. Write sharp and accurate content that encourages follower engagement and extends our reach and voice into new groups and conversations. Manage social media elements of high-profile government advertising campaigns, including always-on content, for example the If It's Flooded, Forget It driver awareness campaign. Moderate social accounts and identify potential media and reputational risks, managing appropriately. Support media monitoring efforts and provide written media and communications assistance when needed (e.g. drafting media releases, speeches, hot issues briefs). Carry out regular social media performance reporting that provides valuable insights to QRA leadership. Develop a comprehensive understanding of QRA's work, programs, and Commonwealth-state Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements to provide additional support to the Media team as required, in particular during summer disaster season. Support the wider team through flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work early or late shifts, or be on call afterhours. Foster collaborative and productive relationships with all divisions within QRA and with external stakeholders, to source information, inform content and maximise value. To find out more about QRA visit our website, or reach out to the contact officer for more information about this role. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO • Fri, 21 JunQueensland Government
Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/572552/24 Closing date 02-Jul-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Carl Peterson Contact details Phone: 0423 325 943 Access the National Relay Service The role works closely with both internal and external stakeholders in a complex and changing environment where there are often grants in progress for multiple events simultaneously. This role contributes to building community resilience, supporting disaster recovery efforts, and enhancing social inclusion. Key initiatives include: Lead and manage multiple teams responsible for the delivery, review and ongoing improvement of high-quality Community Recovery grant programs. Ensure appropriate governance frameworks, financial controls and procedures to ensure the effective management and administration of the Community Recovery grant programs in accordance with the QDFG. Provide expert advice regarding the effective management and allocation ofgrants funding to applicants, and recommendations both internally and externally on program and project delivery, risks and issues. Lead and manage consultation and negotiations with internal and external stakeholders to support and enable grant management and support services during preparation for disaster events, during events and post events. Build and maintain productive working relationships and partnerships across government, industry, and non-government organisations to develop and implement operational policy and business rules focused on continual enhancement of the services. Prepare and review complex reports, briefing notes, submissions, and other correspondence relating to Community Recovery grant programs. Represent the department on relevant departmental committees, meetings, forums and working groups. Lead, manage and participate in departmental initiatives and programs to support ongoing operational improvement strategies and/or provide recommendations to enable effective process and system changes. Conduct regular reviews and evaluations of processes to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of grant management activities and identify inefficiencies and implement improvements. Monitor and evaluate grant related services providing status reports as required. Lead a team culture of accountability and ownership that is supportive and delivers in a complex and changing stressful environment, encouraging a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 572552-24 Role Description v2 (Word, 191KB) • Fri, 21 JunQueensland Government
Manager [Specialist Capability Coordination] (FSINS) Regional Operations » Rockhampton Region, Queensland - Purpose of specific work area and position There are four regions within the Rural Fire Service (RFS), and the Regional Operations Branch coordinates and supports Districts, focusing on the translation of organisational strategy into actionable business strategy. The Regions serve as escalation points for operational issues, foster collaboration with partner organisations, and focus on staff support and development. The Regions have a key role in implementing strategic plans, resource allocation, and enhancing emergency response capabilities. Reporting to the Executive Manager Regional Operations, you will be responsible for leading strategies and initiatives that enhance rural firefighting and emergency management capabilities across the Region. You will also provide expert guidance in the deployment of specialist operational capabilities and work closely with volunteers and other Area, District, Regional and State stakeholders, to build local capability and capacity across prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery for disasters. Mandatory requirements Must meet the mandatory requirements and attributes as outlined in the generic Rural Fire Service Inspector role description. Highly desirable requirements Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders from rural and remote communities. Primary duties In addition to the generic Inspector, Rural Fire Service role description, the primary duties of the Manager [Specialist Capability Coordination] include but are not limited to: Lead the development of specialist operational capability planning for the Region, drawing upon the application of risk-to-resource methodologies to identify gaps and drive consistency in service delivery. Coordinate the development, implementation, and evaluation of initiatives to build specialist operational capacity and capability across the Region, in alignment with the statewide frameworks and plans. Enable and support the coordination and/or facilitation of training for specialist rural firefighting and emergency management capabilities. Provide technical advice to support the correct use and deployment of specialist rural firefighting resources, such as Remote Area Firefighting Teams and Air Operations; as well as advice to support appropriate response to incidents with special hazards and/or fire and rescue operations with RFS attendance. Lead the development and coordination of operational exercise management capability within the Region, providing support and advice to appraise exercise objectives and outcomes, to identify and monitor post-exercise requirements. Facilitate post-event analysis, debriefings, and lessons learned, contributing to continuous improvement strategies, and addressing operational gaps. Develop and maintain strong working relationship with external agencies to build local capability and capacity across prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery for disasters. Additional information Be able to meet the attributes of the generic Inspector, Rural Fire Service (RFS) role description. Rural Officer Two (RFSO2) or applicants with equivalent industry experience, appropriate skills, knowledge, are encouraged to apply. Volunteers and external parties with appropriate skills are highly encouraged to apply, noting that they may be asked to provide additional information to satisfy internal policies. Have a proven commitment to maintaining bushfire competencies and operating in a regional team environment. Incumbents may be required to travel and work within their area of responsibility and may also be required to undertake intrastate and/or interstate deployment and travel. This is a day work position yet may require flexible hours of work to meet functional demands, including working at night on weekends as part of the role. Incumbents appointed to this position will participate in a personal professional development programme developed in conjunction with their supervisor. Incumbents must have proven commitment to maintaining competencies and operating in a team environment. Those appointed to a role within the QDMA (Queensland Disaster Management Arrangements) framework will undertake appropriate regularly training, to maintain your role within RFS as a member of any QDMA appointed position. This Role Specification Statement (RSS) is linked to the generic role description, that provides the key accountabilities' and capabilities' to be addressed by the applicant. Applicants are strongly encouraged to review this RSS in conjunction with the role description and consider the requirements when preparing their application. • Wed, 19 JunQueensland Government
Senior Digital Media and Communications Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - In this role you will lead QRA's digital activities, with a focus on social media and web content. You will be responsible for the organisation's social strategy, and the research, creation and management of social posts and other media and communications materials, reporting to QRA's Media Manager. Through your work you will raise the profile of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority, our campaigns, and the ways we help Queenslanders. Take QRA's digital content and presence in new and exciting directions, utilising the latest technology, techniques and networks to share our message and grow our audience. Create fresh, topical and timely social media and web content that showcases the work of QRA and how we're supporting Queenslanders to prepare for and recover from disaster. Develop strategies that increase our key metrics across digital media and communications platforms, including follower numbers, engagement and reach, visits, views and click-throughs. Deliver social media campaigns, including the use of paid techniques such as boosted or sponsored posts. Capture high-quality photos and videos, carry out editing and post-production, and produce graphics and other digital materials that pop, using programs including Canva and the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. Write sharp and accurate content that encourages follower engagement and extends our reach and voice into new groups and conversations. Manage social media elements of high-profile government advertising campaigns, including always-on content, for example the If It's Flooded, Forget It driver awareness campaign. Moderate social accounts and identify potential media and reputational risks, managing appropriately. Support media monitoring efforts and provide written media and communications assistance when needed (e.g. drafting media releases, speeches, hot issues briefs). Carry out regular social media performance reporting that provides valuable insights to QRA leadership. Develop a comprehensive understanding of QRA's work, programs, and Commonwealth-state Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements to provide additional support to the Media team as required, in particular during summer disaster season. Support the wider team through flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work early or late shifts, or be on call afterhours. Foster collaborative and productive relationships with all divisions within QRA and with external stakeholders, to source information, inform content and maximise value. To find out more about QRA visit our website, or reach out to the contact officer for more information about this role. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO APPLY ONLINE - scroll down and click the 'APPLY ONLINE' button Please note any documents attached to Smart Jobs should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Please do not upload zipped files. • Tue, 18 JunQueensland Government
Executive Assistant » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Eden Ritchie is seeking an Executive Assistant to provide a high level of executive support to the General Manager and Executive Director, Disaster Resilience Program and will focus on developing, delivering and managing a range of executive and administrative support services and duties to support the PMO and the Office of the General Manager. You will need to work independently as well as a member of a team and will often be required to work within tight time constraints and under pressure. High-level organisational skills, interest in business improvement is a bonus and you may also be required to take on a variety of projects from time to time. 3 month contract with possible extension Based in Cannon Hill As the Executive Assistant, your key responsibilities will include: Provide confidential executive assistance and manage the administrative functions associated with the General Manager, Disaster Resilience Program including email, meeting papers and briefs through the provision of high quality, confidential support. Maintain the General Manager’s and Executive Director’s electronic diary, including the organisation of meetings, accommodation and travel arrangements; and screen and interpret telephone calls redirecting enquiries to the relevant unit where appropriate. Assist the Office of the General Manager in coordinating incoming and outgoing correspondence and other requests including to examine, disseminate, file and respond as appropriate. Liaise with senior executives and officers at all levels within the Department, and other public and private sector organisations on behalf of the General Manager. Assist the General Manager, Executive Director and Office of the General Manager with project work as required and provide high quality advice to staff at all levels on procedures and administrative standards of the Office and Department. Build strong relationships with networks and key staff across the organisation in order to ensure high level support and timely information can be provided to the General Manager. The successful applicant will demonstrate: Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to prepare briefs, executive correspondence, policy documents. Demonstrated ability to confidently communicate in a clear, concise and articulate manner and communicate goals and objectives to others. Demonstrated ability to autonomously use a high level of initiative and self-motivation to see tasks through to completion and resolve office issues. Demonstrated sound governance and experience in maintaining a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. If this role sounds like you, please APPLY NOW submitting your resume in WORD format. If you would like more information or to discuss the role, please contact Alison Detaille on 07 3230 0038. Job Reference: 617379 • Tue, 18 JunEden Ritchie Recruitment
Lead SQL Database Administrator » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description We are seeking a highly motivated Lead SQL Database Administrator to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for the overall strategy, design, implementation, and management of SQL Server infrastructure, ensuring optimal performance, security, and availability. Responsibilities: Lead a team of database administrators in all aspects of SQL Server administration. Design, develop, implement, and maintain high-performance and scalable SQL Server databases. Perform regular database performance monitoring and optimization. Implement and manage disaster recovery and high availability solutions. Manage user accounts, security permissions, and access controls. Develop and maintain database backup and recovery procedures. Implement and manage SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to create reports and dashboards. Use SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) to automate data extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) processes. Stay up-to-date on the latest Microsoft SQL Server technologies and best practices. Document database designs, procedures, and processes. Participate in the development lifecycle, working closely with developers and business analysts. Troubleshoot and resolve complex database issues. • Fri, 14 JunGlobant Commerce Studio
Senior Systems Engineer (Windows &VMWare) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description We are seeking a highly motivated Senior Systems Engineer to join our team. In this role, you will play a key role in designing, implementing, managing, and maintaining Windows Server infrastructure and VMware environment. Responsibilities: Design, deploy, and maintain highly available Windows Server environments. Configure and manage Active Directory for user accounts, groups, and permissions. Implement and manage Group Policy for system-wide configuration management. Manage and optimize storage solutions for Windows servers. Implement and maintain disaster recovery and high availability solutions for Windows servers. Install, configure, and manage VMware vSphere products (vCenter Server, ESXi). Perform virtual machine provisioning, migration, and optimization. Monitor and maintain the health and performance of the virtualized environment. Automate routine tasks using scripting tools (e.g., PowerShell). Troubleshoot and resolve complex system and network issues. Provide technical support to internal users. Stay up-to-date on the latest Windows Server and VMware technologies. Document technical configurations and procedures. Collaborate with other IT professionals to ensure smooth system operations. • Fri, 14 JunGlobant Commerce Studio
Customer Coordinator » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Customer coordinator role in dynamic restoration industry. $60,000 super, full time, great culture Our successful restoration company is looking for enthusiastic, customer-centric claims coordinator for full-time position in dynamic restoration industry. About the company: Our company specialises in restoring properties affected by disasters such as water damage, mold, fire, and more. We prioritize quality, efficiency, and customer satisfaction in every project we undertake. About the role: As the Customer Coordinator, you will be responsible for customer and client communication, liaising with field technicians, scheduling of appointments and following up on claim outcomes. About you: To be considered, you must have proven experience in customer care, preferably in the restoration or construction industry. You possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail are a must. Responsibilities: Customer care Inbound/outbound phone calls File administration Scheduling of appointments Conflict resolution as required Stakeholder management We are well-established throughout Victoria, we work on restoration projects after storm damage, escape of water, fire, mould and other disasters. With a well-resourced team of field technicians, we are able to respond quickly and effectively to ensure properties are restored promptly and damage does not increase. With a head office in S-E Melbourne, the in-office team work well together to ensure customers in their properties and clients overseeing claims are well taken care of in their time of need. You'll be rewarded with great team culture, fantastic support, wonderful growth opportunities and competitive salary. Located in S-E Melbourne, this is an office-based role. Parking on site is free. Apply now for an exciting opportunity with a well-regarded, busy restorer • Thu, 13 JunSunray Recruitment
Business Development Manager - Cleaning Solutions » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Responsible for developing the NSW market offering Cleaning Solutions Client Details Our client is an Australian Gold Coast-based facilities management company formed in 2005. Some of their professional commercial cleaning and facility management services include: - COVID-19 sanitation and disinfection services - Commercial cleaning - RSL & club cleaning - School cleaning - Supermarket cleaning - Office & strata cleaning - Window & glass cleaning - Disaster recovery cleaning - Carpet & upholstery cleaning - Builders and handover cleaning - High pressure washing Description The the main Sales PoC for the NSW market, working in Business Development and Account Management. Profile Enthusiastic and energetic sales individual with experience in the commercial cleaning industry. Job Offer Base Salary Company Car Bonus Superannuation • Thu, 13 JunMPAU Healthcare & Life Sciences
MS Exchange Cloud Solution Architect » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Microsoft Exchange Cloud Solution Architect Assisting assorted customers with Exchange server, Exchange Online and Office 365 requests Primarily focused helping customers build cloud maturity and modernize their messaging environments by moving from Exchange Server to Exchange online . Assorted other duties depending on secondary skillsets As part of the role the candidate will receive training and certification in various in-house value based engagements that they will be delivering to customers. 4 years of Deep understanding in Exchange architecture Deep troubleshooting skills with Exchange Server and Exchange Online Strong Microsoft 365 Exchange Online Protection and Defender for Office 365 Experience 4 years of experience administrating and supporting Exchange Server 2010 – 2019 Design, administration and/or support experience with Exchange On-Premises and Exchange Online environments Experience with Exchange hybrid environments and migrations from Exchange Server to Exchange Online Troubleshooting skills with Exchange Transport, hybrid transport, edge servers and Client Access Experience with Exchange Disaster Recovery scenarios Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance related technologies (eDiscovery, DLP, Defender O365, Purview, etc.) Microsoft Office applications & Outlook (including Outlook for iOS, Android, and Mac) Microsoft 365 and Exchange on-premises servers administration Windows Server concepts and administration (Active Directory, Group Policy Management, Networking) Networking (HTTP, DNS, TCP/IP) • Tue, 11 JunXPT Software Australia Pty Ltd
Database Administrator » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Cox Purtell SQL DBA - Federal Government - Security Clearance Required Location: Canberra, ACT - Hybrid Contract: 12-month contract (plus two 6-month extensions) About the Role: Our client, a major branch of the federal government, is looking for an experienced Database Administrator (DBA) who is an Australian Citizen with baseline security clearance. The successful candidate will join their dynamic team, providing expert management of their SQL Server databases and Azure cloud environments. This role requires a blend of project-based work and business-as-usual (BAU) operations, ensuring the performance, availability, and security of critical data systems. Responsibilities: Database Management: Oversee the installation, configuration, and maintenance of SQL Server databases to ensure optimal performance, availability, and security. This includes managing backups, restores, and data replication. Performance Tuning and Optimisation: Analyse and tune database performance using SQL Profiler, Extended Events, and Dynamic Management Views (DMVs). Implement indexing strategies, monitor server performance, and resolve bottlenecks. High Availability and Disaster Recovery: Design, implement, and manage high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions such as Always On Availability Groups, Failover Clustering, and Log Shipping. Security Management: Ensure databases are secure by managing permissions, roles, and auditing. Implement encryption and other security measures to protect sensitive data. Scripting and Automation: Develop and maintain T-SQL scripts and PowerShell scripts to automate routine database tasks, deploy database changes, and manage high availability clusters. Monitoring and Maintenance: Utilise tools such as SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), Azure SQL Database, and SQL Server Agent to monitor system health, job statuses, and performance metrics. Proactively identify and resolve issues. Data Integrity and Recovery: Perform regular integrity checks, implement and monitor backup and restore procedures to ensure data recovery is reliable and efficient. Collaboration and Support: Work closely with application developers, system administrators, and other stakeholders to support database-related needs. Provide guidance and best practices for database design, development, and maintenance. Essential Tools and Technologies: SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS): The primary interface for managing SQL Server instances. SSMS is used for database configuration, querying, and administration. T-SQL (Transact-SQL): The primary language for interacting with SQL Server databases. T-SQL is used for writing queries, stored procedures, functions, and scripts. PowerShell: A scripting language used for task automation and configuration management. PowerShell scripts can automate database maintenance tasks, deployments, and more. SQL Server Agent: A component of SQL Server used to schedule and automate routine tasks, such as backups, maintenance plans, and alerting. SQL Profiler and Extended Events: Tools used for monitoring and analysing SQL Server activity to troubleshoot performance issues and track down problematic queries. Dynamic Management Views (DMVs): Built-in views that provide detailed information about the health, performance, and status of SQL Server instances. Azure SQL Database: A fully managed relational database service provided by Microsoft Azure, used for building and managing scalable cloud-based applications. Azure Data Studio: A cross-platform database tool for data professionals using on-premises and cloud data platforms on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Always On Availability Groups: A high availability and disaster recovery solution that provides an enterprise-level alternative to database mirroring. Qualifications and Experience: Demonstrable experience as a SQL DBA, with strong expertise in managing SQL Server databases and Azure environments. Proficiency in T-SQL and PowerShell scripting for database management and automation. Experience with high availability and disaster recovery solutions, including Always On Availability Groups and Failover Clustering. Knowledge of performance tuning, query optimisation, and indexing strategies. Understanding of database security best practices and experience implementing security measures. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex database issues. Excellent communication and collaboration skills to work effectively with cross-functional teams. Eligibility: Australian Citizenship is required. Must possess baseline security clearance or be willing to undergo the clearance process. This role offers an exciting opportunity to work on critical federal government projects, contributing to the modernisation and optimisation of their database infrastructure. If you are a dedicated and experienced DBA with a passion for technology and security, we encourage you to apply. Skills: SQL Server Azure Database Administrator Baseline Clearance About Company We’ve been matching the right people with temporary and permanent roles since 1994 and as one of Australia’s most respected recruitment firms, our approach is to treat both our clients and our candidates the way we would like to be treated. In our world, recruitment is about listening to what you want and only making the match when we believe we’ve found the right chemistry. And we’re good at it, as our retention figures show. We are known for our long term relationships and long term placements, which is why so many people trust us with their recruitment needs, or with their entire careers. We have three specialist areas across permanent, temporary and fixed term contracts. They are Corporate Support, Technology and Government. Disclaimer: This job is posted through WorkinAUS platform. Salary: $1000-2000000 Job Publish: 06-06-2024 Job Expire: 06-07-2024 • Tue, 11 JunCox Purtell
Systems Administrator » Rhodes, Canada Bay Area - The Client: Teleaus-a business of Serveno Australia is a global enterprise founded in 2011, headquartered in Australia. Teleaus is a leading information and communications engineering solutions and services provider specialising in IT services, telecommunications consulting and business solutions that deliver real results to businesses. As a global enterprise, our mission is to build successful long-term win-win business relationships with clients. The Role: This Systems Administrator role is for a full-time role with an annual salary of $70,000 to $75,000 Superannuation and will be based at their Rhodes, NSW office. The Responsibilities: Design and maintain the database architecture, data structures, tables, dictionaries, and naming conventions to ensure the accuracy and completeness of all data master files Perform operational establishment and preventive maintenance of backups, recovery procedures, and enforce security and integrity controls to safeguard data Manage Windows-based devices and accounts through Active Directory, Group Policy Objects, registry, and file systems Ensure technology-driven changes are aligned with the organisation's broader expectations and plans, including proactively communicating to users when impacted Implement and administer comprehensive database documentation, guidelines, policies, and procedures to ensure standardized and secure database management Test database systems and upgrades by debugging, tracking, reproducing, logging, and resolving all identified problems, following approved quality testing scripts, procedures, and processes. Take responsibility for the processes, procedures, and operational management associated with system security and disaster recovery planning, ensuring system resilience Liaise with security vendors, suppliers, service providers, and external resources; analyse, recommend, install, and maintain software security applications; and monitor contractual obligations, performance delivery, and service level agreements Troubleshoot and provide service support in diagnosing, resolving, and repairing server-related hardware and software malfunctions, including workstations and communication infrastructure Keep abreast of current and timely Networking/Systems/Security related issues and events Prepare and maintain essential documentation, policies, and instructions; record detailed operational procedures and system logs to ensure clarity and continuity in system management Ensure the computer site design accommodates all components to fit together and work properly, including monitoring and adjusting the performance of networks to meet organizational needs Continually survey the current computer site to assess network performance, identify future network needs, and make recommendations for enhancements to support future server and network implementations Engage in performance tuning and capacity planning activities to optimize database and system performance, ensuring efficient operation and scalability Regularly update and patch system and database software to protect against vulnerabilities, in line with best security practices and compliance requirements Manage user access and permissions within database and network systems, ensuring that only authorized personnel can access sensitive information in accordance with security policies Ensure documentation is captured appropriately and is easily accessible. Create system guidelines and manuals for new and existing services The Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field Minimum of 2 years' experience as a Systems Administrator or similar role Strong knowledge of database management, network architecture, and security protocols Minimum of 2 years' experience with backup and disaster recovery planning and implementation Minimum of 2 years' experience in troubleshooting hardware, software, and network issues Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with vendors and IT team members. Detail-oriented with strong analytical and problem-solving skills Willingness to stay updated on new technologies and continuously enhance technical skills Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to document and explain technical details clearly Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and lead projects to completion • Sat, 08 JunLabour Support Group
Core Network Engineering Internship » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - We are looking for an Networking Intern with a basic knowledge of principles and terms who is ready for an immersive real-world experience Internship Overview: The host is an orgaisation dealing with Information technology operations who are looking to onboard 10 enthusiastic network engineer Intern (student/graduate) to join their team, who will be responsible for maintaining and administering company's computer networks. Your primary duties will include maintenance of computer networks, hardware, software, and other related systems, performing disaster recovery operations, protecting data, software, and hardware from attacks, and replacing faulty network hardware components when necessary.You will work closely with the Program Director, Team Manager, and other qualified executives to deliver high-quality work. Role and Responsibility: Maintaining and administering computer networks and related computing environments including systems software, applications software, hardware, and configurations. Performing disaster recovery operations and data backups when required. Protecting data, software, and hardware by coordinating, planning, and implementing network security measures. Troubleshooting, diagnosing, and resolving hardware, software, and other network and system problems. Replacing faulty network hardware components when required. Maintaining, configuring, and monitoring virus protection software and email applications. Monitoring network performance to determine if adjustments need to be made. Conferring with network users about solving existing system problems. Operating master consoles to monitor the performance of networks and computer systems. Coordinating computer network access and use. Designing, configuring, and testing networking software, computer hardware, and operating system software. Requirements: Understanding of networking protocols Solid understanding of the OSI or TCP/IP model Hands-on experience with monitoring, network diagnostic and network analytics tools. University degree/ Diploma in Computer Science or a related subject. An ability to prioritise work and complete tasks with quick turnaround times and minimal fuss; What You Will Gain: Flexible work arrangements (as per the guidelines of COVID-19). Internship stipend/allowance paid based on performance University Credits Up to 12 weeks of hands-on industry-level work experience Opportunity to get hired full time Reference letter & Internship certification How to Apply: Please apply directly. We will notify the shortlisted candidates only via email/phone call. Internship duration: 3 months Part-time hours: 30 - 35 hours per week (flexible) Supplementary Pay: compensation & Performance bonus • Sat, 08 JunHoxlp Recruitment and Staffing
Database Administrator » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - SQL DBA - Federal Government - Security Clearance Required Location: Canberra, ACT - Hybrid Contract: 12-month contract (plus two 6-month extensions) About the Role: Our client, a major branch of the federal government, is looking for an experienced Database Administrator (DBA) who is an Australian Citizen with baseline security clearance. The successful candidate will join their dynamic team, providing expert management of their SQL Server databases and Azure cloud environments. This role requires a blend of project-based work and business-as-usual (BAU) operations, ensuring the performance, availability, and security of critical data systems. Responsibilities: Database Management: Oversee the installation, configuration, and maintenance of SQL Server databases to ensure optimal performance, availability, and security. This includes managing backups, restores, and data replication. Performance Tuning and Optimisation: Analyse and tune database performance using SQL Profiler, Extended Events, and Dynamic Management Views (DMVs). Implement indexing strategies, monitor server performance, and resolve bottlenecks. High Availability and Disaster Recovery: Design, implement, and manage high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions such as Always On Availability Groups, Failover Clustering, and Log Shipping. Security Management: Ensure databases are secure by managing permissions, roles, and auditing. Implement encryption and other security measures to protect sensitive data. Scripting and Automation: Develop and maintain T-SQL scripts and PowerShell scripts to automate routine database tasks, deploy database changes, and manage high availability clusters. Monitoring and Maintenance: Utilise tools such as SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), Azure SQL Database, and SQL Server Agent to monitor system health, job statuses, and performance metrics. Proactively identify and resolve issues. Data Integrity and Recovery: Perform regular integrity checks, implement and monitor backup and restore procedures to ensure data recovery is reliable and efficient. Collaboration and Support: Work closely with application developers, system administrators, and other stakeholders to support database-related needs. Provide guidance and best practices for database design, development, and maintenance. Essential Tools and Technologies: SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS): The primary interface for managing SQL Server instances. SSMS is used for database configuration, querying, and administration. T-SQL (Transact-SQL): The primary language for interacting with SQL Server databases. T-SQL is used for writing queries, stored procedures, functions, and scripts. PowerShell: A scripting language used for task automation and configuration management. PowerShell scripts can automate database maintenance tasks, deployments, and more. SQL Server Agent: A component of SQL Server used to schedule and automate routine tasks, such as backups, maintenance plans, and alerting. SQL Profiler and Extended Events: Tools used for monitoring and analysing SQL Server activity to troubleshoot performance issues and track down problematic queries. Dynamic Management Views (DMVs): Built-in views that provide detailed information about the health, performance, and status of SQL Server instances. Azure SQL Database: A fully managed relational database service provided by Microsoft Azure, used for building and managing scalable cloud-based applications. Azure Data Studio: A cross-platform database tool for data professionals using on-premises and cloud data platforms on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Always On Availability Groups: A high availability and disaster recovery solution that provides an enterprise-level alternative to database mirroring. Qualifications and Experience: Demonstrable experience as a SQL DBA, with strong expertise in managing SQL Server databases and Azure environments. Proficiency in T-SQL and PowerShell scripting for database management and automation. Experience with high availability and disaster recovery solutions, including Always On Availability Groups and Failover Clustering. Knowledge of performance tuning, query optimisation, and indexing strategies. Understanding of database security best practices and experience implementing security measures. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex database issues. Excellent communication and collaboration skills to work effectively with cross-functional teams. Eligibility: Australian Citizenship is required. Must possess baseline security clearance or be willing to undergo the clearance process. This role offers an exciting opportunity to work on critical federal government projects, contributing to the modernisation and optimisation of their database infrastructure. If you are a dedicated and experienced DBA with a passion for technology and security, we encourage you to apply. • Fri, 07 JunCox Purtell

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