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Head of AI » Australia - PRIMARY DETAIL Newly created role in IT to lead AI governance, development and implementation to support the University’s strategies. • A competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience will be negotiated with the successful applicant. • Full-time, fixed-term role for 3 years. Based at Wallumattagal campus, North Ryde. • Drive AI governance, development and implementation. Hybrid working arrangement. THE ROLE A newly created opportunity in our Information Technology team for a Head of AI to lead and manage the governance, integration and adoption of AI initiatives across the University, including managing and nurturing relationships with Executives and University stakeholders involved in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence solutions to establish Macquarie University as a frontrunner in AI research, education, and application within the education sector. Reporting to the Chief Information and Digital Officer, the role will: Drive the development, implementation and adoption of AI strategy and best practices, policies, procedures and tools for the University and entities in line with the University’s strategic priorities, and be the primary point of contact for AI. Work closely with the Executive Group to respond to governance bodies regarding the University’s AI adoption, and manage follow-up action items. Develop and maintain a comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategy for AI requirements and projects, including identifying key stakeholders across faculties, departments and external partners, understanding their interests, influence, and expectations and addressing any issues/concerns promptly, as well as monitoring and reporting on stakeholder satisfaction. Organize and lead AI Advisory Taskforce Group, working groups, stakeholder meetings, workshops, and presentations to gather feedback and keep stakeholders informed on AI. Oversee the development of AI-driven educational tools and platforms to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Partner with and facilitate communications between technical teams and non-technical stakeholders to ensure clear understanding of AI capabilities and limitations. Stay informed about the latest developments in AI technology and industry trends to provide knowledgeable guidance to stakeholders. Promote interdisciplinary collaboration to integrate AI across various departments and faculties. Monitor. evaluate and drive continuous improvement of AI applications and ensure robust data governance and ethical use of AI technologies. Collaborate with faculties and offices to build AI literacy and competency across the University. Represent the University in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements. About You You are an accomplished AI leader with a robust background in the education sector, possessing a deep understanding of artificial intelligence technologies and their practical applications. You are a strategic thinker, capable of aligning AI initiatives with the University's overarching goals, fostering innovation, and enhancing both academic and operational performance. Your career is defined by your ability to merge technical expertise with strategic vision, driving forward-thinking AI initiatives that position our organisation as a leader in AI research, education, and application. You must be a collaborative self-starter, comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and adept at working as part of a team. You must be driven by the results and challenges that come with managing a diverse AI solutions portfolio and possess a methodical, consultative approach to their work. Leadership skills are crucial, as the role will be pivotal in establishing the University's AI capabilities, working closely with executive stakeholders across various departments, and steering both the AI Advisory Taskforce and AI Working Groups towards success. If you are passionate about leveraging AI to transform the education sector and have the skills and experience to lead ambitious AI projects, we invite you to join our team as the Head of AI at Macquarie University. About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 60 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we have grown to become the centre of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today . We rank amongst the top employers in the Australian Workplace Employers Index, having recently earned a five-star rating in the QS World Rankings with the highest rating for employability. Take a look at the staff benefits on offer. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that addresses how you meet the below selection criteria (maximum 2 pages): A tertiary qualification in a related discipline, supplemented by significant experience in AI research, development, and deployment. Experience of expert understanding of AI technologies and a commitment to ethical AI practices and data governance. Demonstrated ability to lead and inspire teams, with a knack for managing complex stakeholder relationships with a history of engaging and influencing senior executives and key stakeholders to adopt and integrate AI solutions effectively. Experience in strong strategic thinking capabilities and excellent problem-solving skills where you can navigate dynamic environments, manage competing priorities, and deliver innovative, business-focused solutions. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to translate complex technical concepts into clear, accessible language for diverse audiences. Extensive experience in project management and process improvement, utilising various methodologies such as Agile, PRINCE2, or PMBOK. A proactive approach to staying abreast of the latest AI developments and industry trends. You drive continuous improvement in AI applications and foster a culture of innovation within your team and the wider organization. Proven ability to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, integrating AI across various departments and faculties to enhance academic and operational excellence. Active participation in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements, representing your organization and contributing to broader sector discussions on AI innovation and best practices. This position requires a criminal record check and qualification check. Role-specific Enquiries: Roz Howard, Director, IT Business Services via roz.howardmq.edu.au . General Enquiries: Lizzy Nguyen, HR Consultant via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au . Applications Close: Sunday, 30 June 2024 at 11:59pm (AEST). If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 30/06/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub . • Sat, 15 JunMacquarie University
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SAP Payroll Senior Specialist - Americas » Australia - Newmont is the world’s leading gold company and a producer of copper, silver, zinc and lead. The Company’s world-class portfolio of assets, prospects and talent is anchored in favorable mining jurisdictions in North America, South America, Australia and Africa. Newmont is the only gold producer listed in the S&P 500 Index and is widely recognized for its principled environmental, social and governance practices. The Company is an industry leader in value creation, supported by robust safety standards, superior execution and technical proficiency. Newmont was founded in 1921 and has been publicly traded since 1925. SAP Payroll Senior Specialist We are seeking an SAP Payroll Senior Specialist to join our global support team for HR, Payroll, and Time Enterprise Business Solutions, under the direction of a Director-level IT staff. This is an information technology (IT) role, a full-time employee assignment, and an excellent opportunity to be part of a well-experienced SAP support team. You will be exposed to technology, project management, requirement gathering, design, solutions, and interaction with different teams within the IT and business areas. The main objective of the role is to support the SAP Employee Central Payroll solution/ SAP S/4 Hana Payroll Solution, participate during the implementation, and then run the ongoing maintenance of the system and the integration with other systems and vendors. Responsabilities Responsible for the ongoing maintenance of the SAP Payroll system (SAP S/4HANA Payroll System): HRSPs, upgrades, maintenance plans, and, ticket resolution. Analyzing, advising, and supporting global payroll solutions. Supporting IT Projects and Production activities for the Argentinian Payroll and other countries in the Americas. Solutioning Design and Delivery for the Payroll solution. Testing the Payroll solution whenever required for IT or Business initiatives. Providing detailed documentation of business requirements and solutions for payroll Developing documentation of the Payroll Solution. Partnering with Business and IT areas to satisfy integration requirements for Payroll, following Newmont and Country Standards, Policies, and Legislation. Planning and coordinating the implementation process for payroll solutions. Executing initiatives following project methodology (agile or hybrid) using Newmont’s project management tools. Following Newmont’s IT operating model and best practices to deliver payroll solutions. Working on ticket resolution, investigation, research, and solution using available internal and external resources (online, vendor support, Newmont Support Team) As part of the assignments in our SAP Payroll Support Team, you will closely work with areas such as Finance, HR, and Time and Attendance areas. The above duties and responsibilities are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive. Requirements B.Sc. in Information Technology or Production Engineering or Computer Science is required. Masters in technology, Engineering, or Automation is desired. Minimum of 7 years of experience as an SAP Payroll Consultant in addition to 5 years of experience in full Payroll Implementations in the SAP Payroll solution Mining, construction, utilities, or other heavy industry experience is preferred. SAP Payroll implementation for Canada and/or other countries in the Americas. Must have the ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel applications, and MS office software. SAP Success Factors Employee Central Payroll (Certification is desired) Point to Point replication with SAP SF Employee Central Experience desired with Payroll Control Center; SAP ECC 6.0; Wagetypes, Schemas, PCRs, Factoring, Retroactivity, Terminations, Forms, Gross to Net, Infotypes, Payroll Reports, Bank Transfer, Payroll Posting, Posting of Payments, 3rd Party Remittance, Advance Payments, Gross Up, Remuneration Statement, Payroll Accruals, Month-End Accruals, Garnishments, Earnings, Deductions. SAP Time Management configuration skill are desired. Record of Employment (ROE), Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) Benefits, Income Tax Calculation, and Social Security, Shadow Payroll, Cross-Year Tax Calculation, Federal Tax Calculators, Quebec Tax Calculators, Provincial Tax knowledge Payroll Results Adjustment Deep understanding of HCM ABAP, Payroll Interfacing (Vendors and Finance, HR, Time systems) Experience with Integration with UKG Dimensions and implementation HRSPs, and execution of year-end process, T4, T4A, RL1, and RL2 is desirable. Exposure to DSM or Clone and Test or similar cloning tools, Query Manager or similar SAP Reporting Tools, HPALM, and Service Now. Establishing effective working relationships with colleagues, team members, supervisors, vendors, and other Newmont personnel. Strong problem-solving capabilities: Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Expressing ideas effectively, both orally and in writing, effectively presenting information and responding to questions from managers, co-workers, and partners. Salary & Benefits The salary range offered for this role is CAD 114,000 to 151,000. The salary range is tied to the Ontario market for jobs performed in Canada. The salary offered to the successful candidate will be based on job-related education, training, and/or experience. This role is eligible for participation in a discretionary short-term incentive program, pursuant to which an employee may be awarded a percentage of their salary based on the company’s performance and their own individual performance. This role is eligible to participate in group benefits plans such as life insurance and pension, extended medical, dental, disability, and vision. All bonuses and benefits are subject to the applicable eligibility and program/plan terms and may be modified or terminated at Newmont’s sole discretion. This is an approximately but not limited to 40 hours per week work schedule Flexible hours are required to accommodate global support times. This position is a full-time position based out of our Vancouver office at 3260- 666 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 2X8. The work arrangement is according to Newmont policies, and business requirements. Position may be required to travel to, and assist other domestic and international sites. As an equal-opportunity employer, Newmont is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We encourage applications through the link below. If you have any questions, please reach out to Larissa Castelluber, Larissa.CastelluberNewmont.com, or at 604-695-7028. Please enter Job Number 25688 to submit your online application ( http://www.newmontgoldcorp.com/jobs ). Please ensure that you attach your resume as part of your online application. At this time, we are not accepting candidates referred by recruitment agencies. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Consistent with Newmont’s values of safety and responsibility, we believe that COVID-19 vaccination is a critical tool to fight this pandemic and protect the health and safety of Newmont’s workforce and the communities in which we work and live. Accordingly, if you receive an offer of employment for this position, you will be required to provide a declaration confirming that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, prior to your anticipated start date. Further, i f you receive an offer of employment for this position, you may also be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to your anticipated start date, or at a later date upon Newmont’s request. Newmont will consider individual requests for exemption/reasonable accommodation by applicants who cannot be fully vaccinated due to medical reasons or other grounds protected by applicable human rights law. Newmont may update its vaccination policies/requirements at any time in its sole discretion. • Wed, 26 JunNewmont
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Centre Director » Maroochydore, QLD - Sunshine Coast, QLD - Role: Centre Director Location: Sunshine Coast Centre: Goodstart Maroochydore - Main Road Employment Type: Full... for you! As a Centre Director at Goodstart Maroochydore Main Road, you’ll be at the heart of our leadership team, playing a pivotal role in... • Tue, 25 JunGoodstart Early Learning$40 - 48 per hour
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Assistant Director » Shell Cove, NSW - Wollongong, NSW - Role: Assistant Director Location: Cnr Killalea Drive & Stradbroke Avenue, Shell Cove , 2529, NSW Centre: Goodstart... alongside our Centre Director to support our centre and team Competitive pay at least 7% above award + a range of benefits... • Mon, 24 JunGoodstart Early Learning
Assistant Director » New Lambton, NSW - Role: Assistant Director Location: New Lambton Centre: Goodstart New Lambton Employment Type: Full-Time (12mth... alongside our Centre Director to support our centre and team Competitive pay at least 7% above award + a range of benefits... • Mon, 24 JunGoodstart Early Learning
Technical Business Analyst » Sydney, Sydney Region - ATTN: All Technical BA's with extensive IT environment exp We want you Exciting contract with a leading government agency - ASAP start 7 Month Contract with ASAP start Up to $850pd SA on offer Exp with Elastic Search, Kafka, Postman, Swagger and Kibana preferred A leading government agency is seeking a Technical Business Analyst for an initial 7 month contract based out of Eveleigh . The Technical Business Analyst will oversee the implementation of technical business projects and solutions whilst analysing the core agency services, processes that lead to business improvements. Key responsibilities for this role include: Create and provide relevant artefacts to manage process in a controlled and governed manner Carry out data analysis, mappings and transformations considering accepted best business practice Contribute technical and thought leadership to assist other IT Directorate teams to document requirements; participate in cross-team process improvement to ensure business applications are effectively integrated and maximise the use of existing information, infrastructure and architecture Contribute to planning processes to ensure timeframes for development, implementation and support take account of project deadlines and constraints; ensure all change management issues are thoroughly researched and resolved prior to implementation Key requirements for this role: Extensive experience as a technical business analyst in a large complex IT environment and a proven ability to deliver complex user specifications and/or detailed business requirements. Proven experience in System Integration projects. Proven experience as a technical business analyst within enterprise scale databases . Demonstrated experience delivering results in enterprise level digital transformation projects. Proven understanding of project and systems development lifecycles and project management and business analysis methodologies (e.g. PRINCE 2, CBAP, Agile). Strong written and oral communication skills. Experiencewith data analytics and visualization tools ( Elastic Search , Kafka , Postman , Swagger and Kibana preferred ). You don't want to miss this one, trust us. We are currently INTERVIEWING for this role as this role is for an ASAP start Got questions or want to reach out? Please contact Alec at awonggenesisit.com.au • Mon, 24 JunGenesis IT&T Pty Ltd
IT Business Parter (BRM) - Group Functions » Chiswick, Canada Bay Area - Great that you're thinking about a career with BSI Job Title: IT Business Partner Location: Chiswick, London or Milton Keynes - Hybrid working. Majority homebased working with the requirement to go into the Chiswick, London office on business needs. Due to growth we are hiring for an IT Business Partner to join us permanently in the UK looking after our Group Functions globally in collaboration with other team members. As our IT Business Partners you will be pivotal in enabling Information Technology to ensure that the business stream delivers its business objectives whilst achieve maximum value from investment in the use of technology. Reporting into the IT Director - Consulting Services and Group Enabling Functions, this role will be the representative of IT within the business stream and become the trusted business partner to the stream and its leadership team. You will also be instrumental in contributing to the IT agenda within the business stream and ensure its relevance to the business. Being a global operation, you will collaborate alongside stakeholders across the globe to ensure the alignment between the business stream and the broader BSI IT strategy. Key Responsibilities:- Work effectively with senior business and IT stakeholders, conducting investigations and assuring the feasibility of proposed solutions. Ensure that a holistic view is taken of the business situations investigated, and that stakeholder perspectives are identified and analysed with a view to achieving consensus. Ensure that business objectives and requirements are understood and provide a context with which recommended solutions are aligned. Advise senior stakeholders on business change priorities within the context of the organisational strategy and objectives. Take responsibility for work to investigate business problems and opportunities, and specify required changes to business processes, people skills, information, technology and organisation structures and roles. Responsible for business case development through the identification and definition of business and technical options that will address the business objectives and requirements, and the analysis of the costs, benefits, risks and impacts for each option. Advise and influence executive management throughout the business change lifecycle to ensure that change initiatives are aligned with the strategy and enterprise architecture. Create, manage and maintain a robust set of reporting about demand and its influence and impact on the operating model. This will include how the metrics are derived and assumptions and limitations on the metrics. Establish process to show trends in the metric measures. Monitor the external environment to gather intelligence on emerging technologies, products, services, methods and techniques. For example, monitor product release notices, academic research and other learned publications, and seek relevant information from technology providers and researchers. Facilitate the decision-making processes related to business change, and the planning and implementation of change. Monitor the level of client satisfaction and responds to queries, complaints and requests. Understand the Business Architecture for the business stream aligning to business functions, the business strategy and the competitive landscape and describe the architecture in different ways for different audiences. To be successful in the role, you will have; Highly experienced in communicating with clients & stakeholders at all levels to both technical and non-technical audiences, individually and in groups. Possess an extensive knowledge of business and business skills, in more than one business sector, and understands the significance of commercial constraints. Demonstrate a strong awareness of the uses of IT within industry and specifically within competitive or associated organisations operating in the same market. Ability to take innovative approaches to problem solving and/or devising inventive and creative solutions. Convey a level of confidence and professionalism when engaging with stakeholders, influencing positively and persuading others to take a specific course of action when not in a position of authority. Demonstrate and understanding of principles, processes and practices associated with consultancy in the IT environment. Examples: managing the client relationship, planning the assignment, consultancy styles. BSI offers a competitive total reward package, an independent and varied job in an international environment, flexible working hours, ongoing training and development with the inclusion of 27-days annual leave, paid sick leave, bank holidays, health insurance, life insurance, pension plan with company contribution, car allowance (dependent on role), income protection, paid maternity leave, paid paternity leave, paid parental leave, adoption leave, compassionate leave, paid bereavement leave, learning and development opportunities, and a wide range of flexible benefits that you can tailor to suit your lifestyle. Do you believe the world deserves excellence? We are proud to be the business improvement company for other organisations to become more sustainable and resilient and finally to inspire trust in their products, systems, services, and the world we live in. Headquartered in London, BSI is the world's first national standards organization with more than 100 years of experience. We are a global partner for 86,000 companies and organizations in over 193 countries, offering development, auditing, certification, and training services, including innovative software solutions and cyber security expertise for all industries: from aerospace and automotive to food, construction, energy, healthcare, IT and trade sectors. Incorporated by Royal Charter, we're truly impartial, and home to the ultimate mark of trust, the Kitemark. Through our unique combination of consulting, training, assurance and regulatory services we bring solid and broad knowledge to every company. If you want to contribute to this inspiring challenge, bring your open and enthusiastic mindset to our dynamic team, apply now and become part of the BSI family D&I Policy BSI is committed to ensuring the diversity of our workforce reflects that of our clients and the communities in which we operate. Our goal is to create a sense of belonging for all employees by providing opportunities to develop, grow, and engage with our global organization all while having fun doing great work. BSI is a community where everyone can thrive. If you require any reasonable accommodations to be made on account of a disability or impairment throughout out our recruiting process, please inform your Talent Acquisition Partner. LI-MD1 LI-Hybrid Our Excellence Behaviours: Client-centric, Agile, Collaborative. These three behaviours represent how we do things at BSI. They help us ensure that BSI is a great place to work and a highly successful business. BSI is conducting face-to-face interviews where appropriate and possible. If you are invited to a face-to-face interview but feel more comfortable with conducting the interview virtually, please speak to a member of our recruitment team. • Mon, 24 JunEnvironmental & Occupational
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Senior Facade Engineer SYDNEY $154-132K » The Rocks, Sydney - Mentorship from the Principal will see you develop your skill set and accelerate your progression to Project Management. Sometimes moving to a new consultancy can reinvigorate your interest in consultancy work, allowing you to capitalise on your strengths and jump the queue in prospects and projects. If this relates to you, read on. Your strong Structural Engineering skills with Facade expertise (8years) will be well-appreciated here within a strong name in the Structural Engineering arena. You will be heavily involved and guided by the Principal in all aspects of initial conception and tender, budget preparation to detailed design, project management and commissioning. With a beneficial annual bonus structure and a modern office with relaxation rooms and a stocked kitchen; traveling to work will be a lot more exciting. You'll have direct contact and mentorship from not just the Principal but also an open door to the Director, It is anticipated you will take full advantage of this to enhance your development to take on an even more Senior role in due course. With offers of secondments to offices interstate, this leading consultancy is known for its excellence in complex, innovative engineering and design. This is supported and backed up by their track record of lucrative projects won and at tender stage. You can envisage that you will project manage new developments that include hospitals, high rise, sports, education, defense, and arts. INTERESTED? Contact Roger confidentially on 0418494245 or 1300 69 69 00 or RogerStructuraljobs.com.au • Sat, 22 JunPCR Services Pty Ltd
CLIENT DIRECTOR $180-300K, base, super, comms » The Rocks, Sydney - Are you tired with a culture that doesn't INVEST in their PEOPLE? Recognised by Forrester and Gartner as 1 DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY DUE TO GROWTH year on year an exciting new role exists for a passionate Client Director join ANZ's leading IT Consultancy. YOU WILL HAVE AN UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE AN EXCITING APAC SUCCESS STORY AS IT CONTINUES TO GROW TO NEW LEVELS Company/Opportunity: Showcase your talents at local, regional, and national events and trade shows such as ServiceNow, Microsoft ,TechEd, Amazon Award-winning Cloud Continuity Platform™—protecting thousands of enterprises worldwide —is the simplest, most reliable Azure Hybrid Azure MCS Private Cloud solutions. Fast-moving, creative and supportive work culture fosters innovation and hard work centered around an atmosphere of fun and togetherness. Entrepreneurial, creative, and collaborative environment. Reporting to ANZ Sales Director, you will ; Foster constant and strong C-Level and senior stakeholder relationships. Influence new engagements within the client, i.e. identification of new opportunities, engagement in presales and scoping of engagements. Solve problems quicky & calmly by being the escalation and support point for teams engaged in the account. Build capability in others around you by mentoring and coaching junior employees. Provide sales coaching and training to partners: product training, pro-active selling coaching, pipeline management coaching and product creation & delivery support. Work closely with pre-sales on the technical partner enablement and marketing for demand generation activities. To secure this exciting opportunity you will need the following ; 7 Experience delivering projects across multiple ServiceNow domains 2 years Presales experience that has achieved outcomes Driving a strategic platform across a large enterprise account. ServiceNow is a must Operating inside a role aligned to sales, yet playing a key role in facilitating delivery success. Influencing/negotiation skills. Customer strategy and roadmap execution. Commercial and budgeting acumen. Industry expertise or desire, i.e. knowledge of industry-specific products, services and solutions. Good understanding of industry-specific business issues and drivers. Experience working with a sales team to drive customer growth Consulting experience. Value-based and Solution selling expertise PHENOMENAL career opportunity, salary is negotiable based upon experience an attractive base super commissions are on offer to attract high quality candidates. Click to apply for this amazing opportunity, send your CV to elenaxtendrecruitment.com.au or call 03 9069 8143 for more information. Other SALES/PRE SALES roles that are not advertised , feel free to send CV • Sat, 22 JunXtend Recruitment
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HR Director (EU Operations) » Ireland - Callaghan, NSW - , one diagnosis at a time. The Human Resources Director, EU Operations for Beckman Coulter Diagnostics is responsible for people... comparisons of data to change data into actionable information and then sustainable actions · Collaborate with Centers... • Fri, 21 JunDanaher
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Associate Director/Director - Alliances » Sydney, NSW - Director will build deep relationships with Salesforce, KPMG Salesforce lead partners, KPMG client lead partners, and KPMG... Director will be involved in key multi-million dollar pursuits that involve Salesforce and attend selected CST meetings... • Fri, 21 JunKPMG
(Global Petrochemicals) Mega Projects Director » Perth, WA - and domestic customers. The Corporate segment offers supporting services including human resources, finance, and information... technology. The company was founded on May 29, 1933 and is headquartered in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Job Summary We are seeking... • Fri, 21 JunMatchaTalent
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PROGRAM DIRECTOR » Melbourne, VIC - Director role will lead a significant technology transformation program addressing the organisation's internal business... is perpetually investing in its people, processes, technology, and change programs. About the role This whole of business Program... • Fri, 21 JunSHK
(Global Petrochemicals) Mega Projects Director » Sydney, NSW - and domestic customers. The Corporate segment offers supporting services including human resources, finance, and information... technology. The company was founded on May 29, 1933 and is headquartered in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Job Summary We are seeking... • Fri, 21 JunMatchaTalent
Worship Ministry Director - Whitehill Church of Christ » Raceview, QLD - Whitehill Church of Christ Worship Ministry Director Seeking a part-time (2 days/week) Worship Ministry Director... to lead and oversee its worship ministry. The worship ministry director is responsible to lead and oversee the worship... • Fri, 21 JunChurches of Christ in Queensland
(Global Petrochemicals) Mega Projects Director » Canberra, ACT - and domestic customers. The Corporate segment offers supporting services including human resources, finance, and information... technology. The company was founded on May 29, 1933 and is headquartered in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Job Summary We are seeking... • Fri, 21 JunMatchaTalent
Director - Channel and Alliances - LeanIX » North Sydney, NSW - , and a variety of benefit options for you to choose from. Apply now! What you’ll do We’re hiring a Director, APJ Channel... and develop partnerships with consulting firms, system integrators and technology ISVs, as part of our aggressive growth plan in... • Fri, 21 JunSAP
Director - Channel and Alliances - LeanIX » North Sydney, NSW - , and a variety of benefit options for you to choose from. Apply now! What you'll do We're hiring a Director, APJ Channel... and develop partnerships with consulting firms, system integrators and technology ISVs, as part of our aggressive growth plan in... • Fri, 21 JunSAP
Senior Practice Lead - Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking) » The Rocks, Sydney - Australia's most recommended bank for the 5th consecutive year is looking for an experienced Senior Practice Lead - Risk in Change Technology professional for our Core Banking program of work. This newly created role is a key contributor to our organisational strategy within the Core Banking program of work. You'll enable our Business and Technology Leaders to make well informed decisions by providing tailored IT risk and control advice and support. As an SME, you'll provide support and guidance in driving risk and control related activities across Technology transformations. If you possess deep expertise in information technology risk frameworks and advisory, understand Tech's role and can effectively partner with (Global and Local) ING business units to support their achievement of business outcomes as well as performing risk in change activities across key programs of work, we'd love to hear from you. As the Senior Practice Lead, Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking Platform) you'll lead technology risk in change activities supporting the Core Banking modernisation program and oversee all Line 1 IT delivered risk activity. You'll support the Technology Program Director in the definition, management and control of IT delivered risks for the program. This will include a review and assessment of risk and control frameworks for all in scope assets (cloud, on-premise, digital) and provide support and advice on the design, implementation and automation of new and existing controls, in alignment with the IT Risk Measurement Model (ITRMM). In addition, the role requires expert stakeholder management and engagement, with the ability to work collaboratively at all levels to influence change, applying strategic and operational business approaches to achieve balanced risk management outcomes. You'll provide effective leadership by fostering an environment that encourages accountability, integrity, personal growth, and commitment to a customer and risk centric culture. What you'll do Proactive management and coordination of IT risk & compliance activities and requirements for Technology Change Programs Review & assess IT risk requirements for all in scope assets (Cloud, On-premise, Digital Channels), providing advice on the design of new IT controls and automation, in alignment with the IT Risk Measurement Model Support Program Director in the definition, management and control of IT delivered (introduced) risk in the program Manage and co-ordinate IT reviews, audits, assessments, approvals and communication with audit teams and external regulators (via Regulatory affairs) Balance Global requirements against Local environment and factors in risk activities and processes What we're looking for Ability to perform Risk In Change assessments for Technology Programs and advise on controls' implementation - essential criteria Comprehensive understanding of IT General Computer Controls (ITGCs), Application-Level Controls, and technical Security Controls from industry frameworks such as NIST and CoBIT Understanding of relevant technologies, and able to remain current with knowledge of Cloud Computing: Microsoft Azure. Knowledge of Microsoft Azure highly advantageous. Alternatively proven experience with cloud computing/AWS will be considered Ability to acquire technical understanding the IT environment, including its architectural direction in context of risk management, in order to be able, provide relevant risk advice A minimum of 8 years Non-Financial Risk related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience Knowledge of Banking and relevant External Regulations, processes, procedures and systems - highly advantageous or with experience in Financial Services Self-Direction, Self Confidence, Ability to work under pressure, Natural inquisitiveness, Service Orientation Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to work across both functional and geographical lines with all levels of Stakeholders What's in it for you? Discounted ING Health Insurance An additional Rest Day to support your wellbeing An IMPACT day to volunteer on an approved sustainability activity About Us At ING, we want to make life simpler and more worthwhile - for everyone who banks with us, for the people who work with us, and the community at large, too. When you come to work at ING, you're joining a team where individuality isn't just accepted, it's encouraged. We've built a culture that's fun, friendly and supportive - it's the kind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you have to offer. We give people the freedom to think differently, take ownership of their work, and make great things happen. We're here to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there's plenty of scope to take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you've never considered. We are all about celebrating success and as a result we are proud to be a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and a certified Family Inclusive workplace. Sound like the kind of place you'd feel at home? We'd love to hear from you. (One last thing, ING operates a direct talent sourcing model. So no agency introductions, please.) Need more? Contact Skye Griffiths on skye.griffithsing.com Applications close Friday 5th July • Fri, 21 JunING Bank Australia
Project Coordinator » North Wollongong, Wollongong Area - About Objective: At Objective, we create software that makes a difference. With over 400 people and five development labs spread across Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom, Objective is a leading developer of SaaS solutions for the government. Our role: The Project Coordinator is responsible for assisting our project managers in organizing and running our ongoing software delivery projects, project managing smaller projects, providing management reporting to the Consulting Services leadership team, managing our project financial and reporting application (OpenAir), and ensuring we document and adhere to project delivery best practice. The Project Coordinator reports to Service Delivery Director. It does not have people management responsibilities. A Day In Your Role: Assisting the project managers in developing, maintaining and monitoring statements of work and project management plans, project schedules, work hours, budgets, and expenditures. Organizing, attending, and participating in external stakeholder and internal project meetings. Documenting and following up on important actions and decisions from meetings. Monitoring project deadlines to ensure the project stays on track. Assisting with documenting project change requests. Undertaking system administration on our project financial and reporting application (OpenAir). Designing and providing management reporting on project and team performance (project profitability, team utilisation, etc.) for our consulting services leadership team. Ensuring projects adhere to Objective frameworks and standards and that all documentation is maintained appropriately for each project. Assess project risks and issues and suggest solutions where applicable. Developing and improving continuous feedback processes. Your Skills, Experience and Beyond: Recent experience as a project coordinator Knowledge of software implementation projects (vendor side) Excellent verbal and written communication Strong analytical skills Ability to work with and across multiple functional teams Ability to work on multiple projects Good to have - understanding of MS Project Our Benefits: Adaptable work structure fostering balance. Experienced counsellors for valuable guidance. Cutting-edge tech tools enhancing productivity. Abundant learning resources to enhance your skills. Social gatherings to unwind and promote team bonding. We are an endorsed employer for all women. See our range of benefits directly at WORK180. We're committed to building inclusive teams and cultivating a sense of belonging so our people can bring their whole selves to work each day. At Objective, we never discriminate based on any recognized characteristics or any other prohibited by applicable law. To provide a positive experience, please advise our Talent Team of any adjustments required during the recruitment process so we can support you. • Fri, 21 JunObjective Corporation
Workplace Technology Service Manager DLP » Macquarie Park, NSW - such as email, web, USB/Bluetooth. This role will be working closely with and report to the Director for Workplace Technology... to be Australia's most loved everyday brand. The Workplace Technology Service Manager - DLP Specialist will develop and drive Optus... • Thu, 20 JunSingtel
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Associate Director, Organisational Development » Hawthorn, VIC - campus Attractive salary and benefits with flexible working options About the Role We are seeking an Associate Director... of Organisational Development to work closely with the Director of Talent, OD, and Remuneration at Swinburne. In this role... • Wed, 19 JunSwinburne University of Technology
Head of AI » The Rocks, Sydney - PRIMARY DETAIL Newly created role in IT to lead AI governance, development and implementation to support the University's strategies. A competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Full-time, fixed-term role for 3 years. Based at Wallumattagal campus, North Ryde. Drive AI governance, development and implementation. Hybrid working arrangement. THE ROLE A newly created opportunity in our Information Technology team for a Head of AI to lead and manage the governance, integration and adoption of AI initiatives across the University, including managing and nurturing relationships with Executives and University stakeholders involved in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence solutions to establish Macquarie University as a frontrunner in AI research, education, and application within the education sector. Reporting to the Chief Information and Digital Officer, the role will: Drive the development, implementation and adoption of AI strategy and best practices, policies, procedures and tools for the University and entities in line with the University's strategic priorities, and be the primary point of contact for AI. Work closely with the Executive Group to respond to governance bodies regarding the University's AI adoption, and manage follow-up action items. Develop and maintain a comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategy for AI requirements and projects, including identifying key stakeholders across faculties, departments and external partners, understanding their interests, influence, and expectations and addressing any issues/concerns promptly, as well as monitoring and reporting on stakeholder satisfaction. Organize and lead AI Advisory Taskforce Group, working groups, stakeholder meetings, workshops, and presentations to gather feedback and keep stakeholders informed on AI. Oversee the development of AI-driven educational tools and platforms to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Partner with and facilitate communications between technical teams and non-technical stakeholders to ensure clear understanding of AI capabilities and limitations. Stay informed about the latest developments in AI technology and industry trends to provide knowledgeable guidance to stakeholders. Promote interdisciplinary collaboration to integrate AI across various departments and faculties. Monitor. evaluate and drive continuous improvement of AI applications and ensure robust data governance and ethical use of AI technologies. Collaborate with faculties and offices to build AI literacy and competency across the University. Represent the University in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements. About You You are an accomplished AI leader with a robust background in the education sector, possessing a deep understanding of artificial intelligence technologies and their practical applications. You are a strategic thinker, capable of aligning AI initiatives with the University's overarching goals, fostering innovation, and enhancing both academic and operational performance. Your career is defined by your ability to merge technical expertise with strategic vision, driving forward-thinking AI initiatives that position our organisation as a leader in AI research, education, and application. You must be a collaborative self-starter, comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and adept at working as part of a team. You must be driven by the results and challenges that come with managing a diverse AI solutions portfolio and possess a methodical, consultative approach to their work. Leadership skills are crucial, as the role will be pivotal in establishing the University's AI capabilities, working closely with executive stakeholders across various departments, and steering both the AI Advisory Taskforce and AI Working Groups towards success. If you are passionate about leveraging AI to transform the education sector and have the skills and experience to lead ambitious AI projects, we invite you to join our team as the Head of AI at Macquarie University. About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 60 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we have grown to become the centre of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today. We rank amongst the top employers in the Australian Workplace Employers Index, having recently earned a five-star rating in the QS World Rankings with the highest rating for employability. Take a look at the staff benefits on offer. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that addresses how you meet the below selection criteria (maximum 2 pages): A tertiary qualification in a related discipline, supplemented by significant experience in AI research, development, and deployment. Experience of expert understanding of AI technologies and a commitment to ethical AI practices and data governance. Demonstrated ability to lead and inspire teams, with a knack for managing complex stakeholder relationships with a history of engaging and influencing senior executives and key stakeholders to adopt and integrate AI solutions effectively. Experience in strong strategic thinking capabilities and excellent problem-solving skills where you can navigate dynamic environments, manage competing priorities, and deliver innovative, business-focused solutions. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to translate complex technical concepts into clear, accessible language for diverse audiences. Extensive experience in project management and process improvement, utilising various methodologies such as Agile, PRINCE2, or PMBOK. A proactive approach to staying abreast of the latest AI developments and industry trends. You drive continuous improvement in AI applications and foster a culture of innovation within your team and the wider organization. Proven ability to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, integrating AI across various departments and faculties to enhance academic and operational excellence. Active participation in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements, representing your organization and contributing to broader sector discussions on AI innovation and best practices. This position requires a criminal record check and qualification check. Role-specific Enquiries: Roz Howard, Director, IT Business Services via roz.howardmq.edu.au. General Enquiries: Lizzy Nguyen, HR Consultant via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au. Applications Close: Sunday, 30 June 2024 at 11:59pm (AEST). If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 30/06/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub. • Tue, 18 JunMacquarie University
Senior Civil Engineer - $165-155k Future Directorship is yours » Sydney, Sydney Region - Senior Civil Engineer. When changing a job, 3 critical areas before proceeding is Work life balance, culture and career. This role ticks all 3 boxes. Career As a mid-tier consultancy, there is absolute availability for you to climb the ladder and progress in your career. Autonomy You will be given a clear ownership of projects across all areas including operational, leadership and client development. Brand Their brand, culture and connections make this a secure and attractive as well as strong financial option. Key projects Development capabilities include the delivery of master planned communities, large scale land development, medium density townhouses and retirement villages to start with. Stagnation You wont become stagnant,; experience creativity and variety among key projects already secured for the next 18 months to 2 years Culture Work culture here is uniquely close-knit with celebration lunches and after work drinks to boast successes. Open door policies including directors. Creativity Opportunity for you to use your creativity and rive to groom and mold your team into a thriving division with strong support from the Directors. It's in their interests for you to be successful. INTERESTED? Work with a recruiter that really knows the market boasting 24 years in civil and structural recruitment. Please confidentially call me for more information on 0418494245 or forward me your CV to rogerpcrtalent.com and I will confidentially come back to you • Mon, 17 JunPCR Services Pty Ltd
Structural Facade Engineer - Senior/Associate level $155-139K Brisbane » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Mentorship from from Principal will see you develop your skill set and accelerate your progression to Project Management. Looking for the next step in your career and hold strong Facade engineering and management skills? ACCESS ALL AREAS You will be heavily involved and guided by the Principal in all aspects of initial conception and tender, budget preparation to detailed design, project management and commissioning. With a beneficial annual bonus structure and modern offices with a flexible culture; traveling to work will be a lot more enticing. You'll have direct contact and mentorship from not just the Principal but also an open door to the Director. It is anticipated you will take full advantage of this to enhance your development to take on a more Senior role / Associate in due course. Based in CBD with offers of short secondments to various offices, this leading Consultancy is known for its excellence in complex, innovative engineering and design. This is supported and backed up by their track record of lucrative projects won and in the tender phase. You can envisage that you will gain momentum and project manage new developments that include hospitals, high-rises, sports complexes, educational facilities. INTERESTED? Contact Pieter confidentially on 0419 490 660 or 1300 69 69 00 or email PieterStructuraljobs.com.au • Mon, 17 JunPCR Services Pty Ltd
Deputy Principal Education Officer (EOSD) - Metropolitan South Region » West Ipswich, Ipswich - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Education & Training Classification EOSD Workplace Location Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Ipswich region Job ad reference QLD/MSR572219/24T Closing date 30-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 Dec 2025 unless otherwise determined Contact person Daniel Johnson Contact details 0437 440 704 Access the National Relay Service The successful candidate will be employed at the classification listed on the attached role description under EOSD provisions. About the Department of Education The Department of Education are dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the community and schools we support by treating everyone with respect and dignity. This starts with recruitment and selection. The methods of assessing suitability in the recruitment process may vary. This includes making reasonable adjustments to support applicants at all stages of the process and employee lifecycle. About the Role The key work of the Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition - QCE/QCIA involves: Supporting the strategic vision of DoE Schools and Student Support - Teaching, Leadership, Rural and Remote and the Metropolitan North strategic plan through knowledge of the Education strategy, Equity and Excellence: realising the potential of every student, Ready for the Future phase; Proven ability to liaise and work effectively with a wide range of key stakeholders; including school senior schooling key leaders (HODs Deputy Principals, Heads of School), Department of Small Business and Training (DESBT) VETiS personnel, regional stakeholders who support senior secondary outcomes including School Supervisor (Secondary), First Nations and Youth Engagement regional teams as appropriate. Recent or current knowledge of senior schooling practices and priorities of Queensland state schools regarding monitoring retention, attainment and post-school destinations for every student in senior secondary through a shared case management approach; Recent or current knowledge of Curriculum/syllabus requirements of senior schooling set out by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) requirements set out by Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) and; Recent or current knowledge of the VET/training system and requirements set out by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition will have supervision and accountability for the Regional School Industry Pathways project as well as line-management of the Metropolitan South Transition Pathways Officers. The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition reports to the Director, Education Services. It is strongly recommended applicants have significant experience with the senior phase of schooling at a Deputy Principal level. Mandatory Requirements: You must be a permanent employee of the department with a substantive teaching or classified officer role employed under Teaching in State Education Award - State 2016, have current full registration as a teacher and should be aware that temporary internal moves for the purposes of the department's payroll processes are referred to as internal secondments. Employees' engaged temporarily as Education Officer - Special Duties have a requirement of 36¼ hours per week attendance and arrangements as outlined in clause 5.12 of the Department of Education State School Teachers' Certified Agreement 2022 When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. How to Apply Please attach a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant previous work history); and A 2-pg response to the How you will be Assessed section of the attached role description. We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. MSR572219_24T - Role Description (PDF, 212KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants EOSD factsheet (PDF, 282KB) Information Package for Applicants • Mon, 17 JunQueensland Government
Deputy Principal Education Officer (EOSD) - Metropolitan South Region » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Education & Training Classification EOSD Workplace Location Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Ipswich region Job ad reference QLD/MSR572219/24T Closing date 30-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 Dec 2025 unless otherwise determined Contact person Daniel Johnson Contact details 0437 440 704 Access the National Relay Service The successful candidate will be employed at the classification listed on the attached role description under EOSD provisions. About the Department of Education The Department of Education are dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the community and schools we support by treating everyone with respect and dignity. This starts with recruitment and selection. The methods of assessing suitability in the recruitment process may vary. This includes making reasonable adjustments to support applicants at all stages of the process and employee lifecycle. About the Role The key work of the Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition - QCE/QCIA involves: Supporting the strategic vision of DoE Schools and Student Support - Teaching, Leadership, Rural and Remote and the Metropolitan North strategic plan through knowledge of the Education strategy, Equity and Excellence: realising the potential of every student, Ready for the Future phase; Proven ability to liaise and work effectively with a wide range of key stakeholders; including school senior schooling key leaders (HODs Deputy Principals, Heads of School), Department of Small Business and Training (DESBT) VETiS personnel, regional stakeholders who support senior secondary outcomes including School Supervisor (Secondary), First Nations and Youth Engagement regional teams as appropriate. Recent or current knowledge of senior schooling practices and priorities of Queensland state schools regarding monitoring retention, attainment and post-school destinations for every student in senior secondary through a shared case management approach; Recent or current knowledge of Curriculum/syllabus requirements of senior schooling set out by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) requirements set out by Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) and; Recent or current knowledge of the VET/training system and requirements set out by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition will have supervision and accountability for the Regional School Industry Pathways project as well as line-management of the Metropolitan South Transition Pathways Officers. The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition reports to the Director, Education Services. It is strongly recommended applicants have significant experience with the senior phase of schooling at a Deputy Principal level. Mandatory Requirements: You must be a permanent employee of the department with a substantive teaching or classified officer role employed under Teaching in State Education Award - State 2016, have current full registration as a teacher and should be aware that temporary internal moves for the purposes of the department's payroll processes are referred to as internal secondments. Employees' engaged temporarily as Education Officer - Special Duties have a requirement of 36¼ hours per week attendance and arrangements as outlined in clause 5.12 of the Department of Education State School Teachers' Certified Agreement 2022 When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. How to Apply Please attach a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant previous work history); and A 2-pg response to the How you will be Assessed section of the attached role description. We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. MSR572219_24T - Role Description (PDF, 212KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants EOSD factsheet (PDF, 282KB) Information Package for Applicants • Mon, 17 JunQueensland Government
Senior Educator » Cameron Park, Lake Macquarie Area - Role: Senior Educator (Room Leader) Location: Cameron Park, NSW Centre: Goodstart Cameron Park Employment Type: Permanent / Full Time Pay: $34 - $38 per hour based on experience Room: Nursery Help provide the best start to a child's life. Make a lasting impact while growing an incredible career Be paid at least 5% above award Get 50% discount off your childcare gap fees paid parental leave Are you seeking a meaningful career with a supportive culture and endless opportunities for growth? Do you want to shape children's lives during their crucial developmental years and lead a team to achieve better outcomes for the future? If so, we have the perfect role for you As a Senior Educator at Goodstart, you'll take charge of your own room, leading a team of dedicated Educators to deliver exceptional educational programs. You'll collaborate with the Centre Leadership Team and the Educational Leader to observe, inform, and continuously improve our teaching practices. Your commitment to safety and inclusivity ensures that every learning experience is tailored to meet the needs of all children. About Goodstart Cameron Park: Goodstart Early Learning Cameron Park is a purpose built childcare centre that opened in 2006. We are tucked into a convenient little pocket of suburbia close to residential estates as well as local schools, shops, and community facilities. We have five rooms offering excellent care for children aged six weeks to six years. Our educators are highly qualified and promote learning in a caring play-based environment. Throughout the Centre, all the rooms from Nursery to Preschool provide programs in line with the Early Years Learning Framework. The learning spaces have been carefully planned to encourage active engagement and exploration. Art and music experiences are provided daily which allow the children to freely express their creativity. We also have an extensive School Readiness Program with a focus on numeracy, literacy, and IT skills. Meet our Centre Director: Hello, my name is Alison, and I am the Centre Director at Goodstart Cameron Park. I have 29 years' experience in the Early Childhood and Education Sector. I am passionate about ensuring children have the learning, development, and wellbeing capabilities they need for life; I enjoy working in this diverse sector and building a positive culture and professional learning community. I am very excited to be the centre Director at Cameron Park and look forward to meeting you and introducing you to our amazing team. What Goodstart can offer you: Better pay - you'll get at least 5% above the award rate 50% discount off your childcare fees and up to 6 weeks paid parental leave Paid professional development Two wellbeing days included in your personal leave per year Free annual flu shot (optional) Option to purchase extra leave for even greater work life balance First Nations Support and Cultural Leave Retail discounts on insurance, travel and technology Uniform allowance and employee referral program You'll need: Diploma in Early Childhood (or ACECQA approved equivalent) Strong knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standards Current NSW Working with Children Check Prior experience in leading a Nursery room is highly regarded How to apply Click 'Apply Now' and submit your application. We review applications as they are submitted. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible for your best chance to progress to the next stage of the process. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for all positions - for further information and support, email deadlycareersgoodstart.org.au Have a question? Contact our Talent Acquisition Team on 1800 222 543 or via email recruitmentgoodstart.org.au Supporting our people and protecting our children We're an equal opportunity employer that is proud of our inclusive and diverse work environment. We know that Goodstarters from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We're also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. Safety is our priority and we will take any action necessary to ensure that all children can feel safe and be safe, and are safeguarded from abuse, neglect and harm. As a Child Safe Organisation, all of our candidates must have or obtain a valid working with children check. YouTube video link: https://youtu.be/JdO_Ut3pmIw gseducator Posting Notes: CAMERON PARK, NEWCASTLE || NSW || Australia (AU) || | || Diploma - Children's Services or equiv || Full-Time • Mon, 17 JunGoodstart Early Learning
Senior Practice Lead – Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Australia’s most recommended bank for the 5th consecutive year is looking for an experienced Senior Practice Lead – Risk in Change Technology professional for our Core Banking program of work. This newly created role is a key contributor to our organisational strategy within the Core Banking program of work. You’ll enable our Business and Technology Leaders to make well informed decisions by providing tailored IT risk and control advice and support. As an SME, you’ll provide support and guidance in driving risk and control related activities across Technology transformations. If you possess deep expertise in information technology risk frameworks and advisory, understand Tech’s role and can effectively partner with (Global and Local) ING business units to support their achievement of business outcomes as well as performing risk in change activities across key programs of work, we’d love to hear from you. As the Senior Practice Lead, Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking Platform) you’ll lead technology risk in change activities supporting the Core Banking modernisation program and oversee all Line 1 IT delivered risk activity. You’ll support the Technology Program Director in the definition, management and control of IT delivered risks for the program. This will include a review and assessment of risk and control frameworks for all in scope assets (cloud, on-premise, digital) and provide support and advice on the design, implementation and automation of new and existing controls, in alignment with the IT Risk Measurement Model (ITRMM). In addition, the role requires expert stakeholder management and engagement, with the ability to work collaboratively at all levels to influence change, applying strategic and operational business approaches to achieve balanced risk management outcomes. You’ll provide effective leadership by fostering an environment that encourages accountability, integrity, personal growth, and commitment to a customer and risk centric culture. What you’ll do Proactive management and coordination of IT risk & compliance activities and requirements for Technology Change Programs Review & assess IT risk requirements for all in scope assets (Cloud, On-premise, Digital Channels), providing advice on the design of new IT controls and automation, in alignment with the IT Risk Measurement Model Support Program Director in the definition, management and control of IT delivered (introduced) risk in the program Manage and co-ordinate IT reviews, audits, assessments, approvals and communication with audit teams and external regulators (via Regulatory affairs) Balance Global requirements against Local environment and factors in risk activities and processes What we’re looking for Ability to perform Risk In Change assessments for Technology Programs and advise on controls’ implementation – essential criteria Comprehensive understanding of IT General Computer Controls (ITGCs), Application-Level Controls, and technical Security Controls from industry frameworks such as NIST and CoBIT Understanding of relevant technologies, and able to remain current with knowledge of Cloud Computing: Microsoft Azure. Knowledge of Microsoft Azure highly advantageous. Alternatively proven experience with cloud computing/AWS will be considered Ability to acquire technical understanding the IT environment, including its architectural direction in context of risk management, in order to be able, provide relevant risk advice A minimum of 8 years Non-Financial Risk related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience Knowledge of Banking and relevant External Regulations, processes, procedures and systems – highly advantageous or with experience in Financial Services Self-Direction, Self Confidence, Ability to work under pressure, Natural inquisitiveness, Service Orientation Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to work across both functional and geographical lines with all levels of Stakeholders What’s in it for you ? Discounted ING Health Insurance An additional Rest Day to support your wellbeing An IMPACT day to volunteer on an approved sustainability activity About Us At ING, we want to make life simpler and more worthwhile – for everyone who banks with us, for the people who work with us, and the community at large, too. When you come to work at ING, you’re joining a team where individuality isn’t just accepted, it’s encouraged. We’ve built a culture that’s fun, friendly and supportive – it’s the kind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you have to offer. We give people the freedom to think differently, take ownership of their work, and make great things happen. We’re here to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there’s plenty of scope to take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you’ve never considered. We are all about celebrating success and as a result we are proud to be a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and a certified Family Inclusive workplace. Sound like the kind of place you’d feel at home? We’d love to hear from you. (One last thing, ING operates a direct talent sourcing model. So no agency introductions, please.) Need more? Contact Skye Griffiths on skye.griffithsing.com Applications close Friday 5th July Apply • Sun, 16 JunING Direct
Deputy Principal Education Officer (EOSD) - Metropolitan South Region » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The successful candidate will be employed at the classification listed on the attached role description under EOSD provisions. About the Department of Education The Department of Education are dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the community and schools we support by treating everyone with respect and dignity. This starts with recruitment and selection. The methods of assessing suitability in the recruitment process may vary. This includes making reasonable adjustments to support applicants at all stages of the process and employee lifecycle. About the Role The key work of the Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition - QCE/QCIA involves: Supporting the strategic vision of DoE Schools and Student Support - Teaching, Leadership, Rural and Remote and the Metropolitan North strategic plan through knowledge of the Education strategy, Equity and Excellence: realising the potential of every student, Ready for the Future phase; Proven ability to liaise and work effectively with a wide range of key stakeholders; including school senior schooling key leaders (HODs Deputy Principals, Heads of School), Department of Small Business and Training (DESBT) VETiS personnel, regional stakeholders who support senior secondary outcomes including School Supervisor (Secondary), First Nations and Youth Engagement regional teams as appropriate. Recent or current knowledge of senior schooling practices and priorities of Queensland state schools regarding monitoring retention, attainment and post-school destinations for every student in senior secondary through a shared case management approach; Recent or current knowledge of Curriculum/syllabus requirements of senior schooling set out by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) requirements set out by Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) and; Recent or current knowledge of the VET/training system and requirements set out by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition will have supervision and accountability for the Regional School Industry Pathways project as well as line-management of the Metropolitan South Transition Pathways Officers.The Deputy Principal - Senior Pathways and Transition reports to the Director, Education Services. It is strongly recommended applicants have significant experience with the senior phase of schooling at a Deputy Principal level. Mandatory Requirements: You must be a permanent employee of the department with a substantive teaching or classified officer role employed under Teaching in State Education Award - State 2016, have current full registration as a teacher and should be aware that temporary internal moves for the purposes of the department's payroll processes are referred to as internal secondments. Employees' engaged temporarily as Education Officer - Special Duties have a requirement of 36¼ hours per week attendance and arrangements as outlined in clause 5.12 of the Department of Education State School Teachers' Certified Agreement 2022 When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. How to Apply Please attach a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant previous work history); and A 2-pg response to the How you will be Assessed section of the attached role description. We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. • Sat, 15 JunQueensland Government
Head of AI » Australia - PRIMARY DETAIL Newly created role in IT to lead AI governance, development and implementation to support the University’s strategies. • A competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience will be negotiated with the successful applicant. • Full-time, fixed-term role for 3 years. Based at Wallumattagal campus, North Ryde. • Drive AI governance, development and implementation. Hybrid working arrangement. THE ROLE A newly created opportunity in our Information Technology team for a Head of AI to lead and manage the governance, integration and adoption of AI initiatives across the University, including managing and nurturing relationships with Executives and University stakeholders involved in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence solutions to establish Macquarie University as a frontrunner in AI research, education, and application within the education sector. Reporting to the Chief Information and Digital Officer, the role will: Drive the development, implementation and adoption of AI strategy and best practices, policies, procedures and tools for the University and entities in line with the University’s strategic priorities, and be the primary point of contact for AI. Work closely with the Executive Group to respond to governance bodies regarding the University’s AI adoption, and manage follow-up action items. Develop and maintain a comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategy for AI requirements and projects, including identifying key stakeholders across faculties, departments and external partners, understanding their interests, influence, and expectations and addressing any issues/concerns promptly, as well as monitoring and reporting on stakeholder satisfaction. Organize and lead AI Advisory Taskforce Group, working groups, stakeholder meetings, workshops, and presentations to gather feedback and keep stakeholders informed on AI. Oversee the development of AI-driven educational tools and platforms to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Partner with and facilitate communications between technical teams and non-technical stakeholders to ensure clear understanding of AI capabilities and limitations. Stay informed about the latest developments in AI technology and industry trends to provide knowledgeable guidance to stakeholders. Promote interdisciplinary collaboration to integrate AI across various departments and faculties. Monitor. evaluate and drive continuous improvement of AI applications and ensure robust data governance and ethical use of AI technologies. Collaborate with faculties and offices to build AI literacy and competency across the University. Represent the University in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements. About You You are an accomplished AI leader with a robust background in the education sector, possessing a deep understanding of artificial intelligence technologies and their practical applications. You are a strategic thinker, capable of aligning AI initiatives with the University's overarching goals, fostering innovation, and enhancing both academic and operational performance. Your career is defined by your ability to merge technical expertise with strategic vision, driving forward-thinking AI initiatives that position our organisation as a leader in AI research, education, and application. You must be a collaborative self-starter, comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and adept at working as part of a team. You must be driven by the results and challenges that come with managing a diverse AI solutions portfolio and possess a methodical, consultative approach to their work. Leadership skills are crucial, as the role will be pivotal in establishing the University's AI capabilities, working closely with executive stakeholders across various departments, and steering both the AI Advisory Taskforce and AI Working Groups towards success. If you are passionate about leveraging AI to transform the education sector and have the skills and experience to lead ambitious AI projects, we invite you to join our team as the Head of AI at Macquarie University. About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 60 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we have grown to become the centre of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today . We rank amongst the top employers in the Australian Workplace Employers Index, having recently earned a five-star rating in the QS World Rankings with the highest rating for employability. Take a look at the staff benefits on offer. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that addresses how you meet the below selection criteria (maximum 2 pages): A tertiary qualification in a related discipline, supplemented by significant experience in AI research, development, and deployment. Experience of expert understanding of AI technologies and a commitment to ethical AI practices and data governance. Demonstrated ability to lead and inspire teams, with a knack for managing complex stakeholder relationships with a history of engaging and influencing senior executives and key stakeholders to adopt and integrate AI solutions effectively. Experience in strong strategic thinking capabilities and excellent problem-solving skills where you can navigate dynamic environments, manage competing priorities, and deliver innovative, business-focused solutions. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to translate complex technical concepts into clear, accessible language for diverse audiences. Extensive experience in project management and process improvement, utilising various methodologies such as Agile, PRINCE2, or PMBOK. A proactive approach to staying abreast of the latest AI developments and industry trends. You drive continuous improvement in AI applications and foster a culture of innovation within your team and the wider organization. Proven ability to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, integrating AI across various departments and faculties to enhance academic and operational excellence. Active participation in AI-related forums, conferences, and public engagements, representing your organization and contributing to broader sector discussions on AI innovation and best practices. This position requires a criminal record check and qualification check. Role-specific Enquiries: Roz Howard, Director, IT Business Services via roz.howardmq.edu.au . General Enquiries: Lizzy Nguyen, HR Consultant via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au . Applications Close: Sunday, 30 June 2024 at 11:59pm (AEST). If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 30/06/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub . • Sat, 15 JunMacquarie University
Senior Educator » Cameron Park, Lake Macquarie Area - Role: Senior Educator (Room Leader) Location: Cameron Park, NSW Centre: Goodstart Cameron Park Employment Type: Permanent / Full Time Pay: $34 - $38 per hour based on experience Room: Nursery • Help provide the best start to a child’s life. Make a lasting impact while growing an incredible career • Be paid at least 5% above award • Get 50% discount off your childcare gap fees paid parental leave Are you seeking a meaningful career with a supportive culture and endless opportunities for growth? Do you want to shape children's lives during their crucial developmental years and lead a team to achieve better outcomes for the future? If so, we have the perfect role for you As a Senior Educator at Goodstart, you'll take charge of your own room, leading a team of dedicated Educators to deliver exceptional educational programs. You'll collaborate with the Centre Leadership Team and the Educational Leader to observe, inform, and continuously improve our teaching practices. Your commitment to safety and inclusivity ensures that every learning experience is tailored to meet the needs of all children. About Goodstart Cameron Park: Goodstart Early Learning Cameron Park is a purpose built childcare centre that opened in 2006. We are tucked into a convenient little pocket of suburbia close to residential estates as well as local schools, shops, and community facilities. We have five rooms offering excellent care for children aged six weeks to six years. Our educators are highly qualified and promote learning in a caring play-based environment. Throughout the Centre, all the rooms from Nursery to Preschool provide programs in line with the Early Years Learning Framework. The learning spaces have been carefully planned to encourage active engagement and exploration. Art and music experiences are provided daily which allow the children to freely express their creativity. We also have an extensive School Readiness Program with a focus on numeracy, literacy, and IT skills. Meet our Centre Director: Hello, my name is Alison, and I am the Centre Director at Goodstart Cameron Park. I have 29 years’ experience in the Early Childhood and Education Sector. I am passionate about ensuring children have the learning, development, and wellbeing capabilities they need for life; I enjoy working in this diverse sector and building a positive culture and professional learning community. I am very excited to be the centre Director at Cameron Park and look forward to meeting you and introducing you to our amazing team. What Goodstart can offer you: • Better pay - you’ll get at least 5% above the award rate • 50% discount off your childcare fees and up to 6 weeks paid parental leave • Paid professional development • Two wellbeing days included in your personal leave per year • Free annual flu shot (optional) • Option to purchase extra leave for even greater work life balance • First Nations Support and Cultural Leave • Retail discounts on insurance, travel and technology • Uniform allowance and employee referral program You’ll need: • Diploma in Early Childhood (or ACECQA approved equivalent) • Strong knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standards • Current NSW Working with Children Check • Prior experience in leading a Nursery room is highly regarded How to apply Click ‘Apply Now’ and submit your application. We review applications as they are submitted. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible for your best chance to progress to the next stage of the process. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for all positions – for further information and support, email deadlycareersgoodstart.org.au Have a question? Contact our Talent Acquisition Team on 1800 222 543 or via email recruitmentgoodstart.org.au Supporting our people and protecting our children We’re an equal opportunity employer that is proud of our inclusive and diverse work environment. We know that Goodstarters from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We’re also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. Safety is our priority and we will take any action necessary to ensure that all children can feel safe and be safe, and are safeguarded from abuse, neglect and harm. As a Child Safe Organisation, all of our candidates must have or obtain a valid working with children check. YouTube video link: https://youtu.be/JdO_Ut3pmIw gseducator Goodstart is Australia’s largest early learning provider. As a not–for–profit social enterprise, we exist purely to improve the lives of Australia’s children and their families. Our people are our foundation, together we are working to ensure children have the learning, development and wellbeing outcomes they need for school and life. • Fri, 14 JunGoodstart Early Learning
Director of Information Technology » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Australian Human Rights Commission has an ongoing role for an EL2 Director of Information Technology. Working closely with the COO, this role provides vision and leadership for developing and implementing systems and information technology initiatives, and ongoing support services to the Commission. The Director of Information Technology directs the planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems in support of business operations to improve cost effectiveness, service quality, and business development. This individual is responsible for all aspects of the organisation's information technology and systems as well as security compliance, and adherence to Government regulations. The key duties of the position include Strategy & Planning Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the business organization as a member of the Corporate Services Leadership team. Lead IT strategic and operational planning to achieve business goals by fostering innovation, prioritising IT initiatives, and coordinating the evaluation, deployment, and management of current and future IT systems across the organisation. Develop and maintain an appropriate IT organisational structure that supports the needs of the business. Establish IT departmental goals, objectives, and operating procedures. Identify opportunities for the appropriate and cost-effective investment of financial resources in IT systems and resources, including staffing, sourcing, purchasing, and in-house development. Assess and communicate risks associated with IT investments. Develop, track, and control the information technology annual operating and capital budgets. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives. Direct development and execution of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery and business continuity plan. Assess and make recommendations on the improvement or re-engineering of the IT organization. Acquisition & Deployment Coordinate and facilitate consultation with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations. Approve, prioritize, and control projects and the project portfolio as they relate to the selection, acquisition, development, and installation of major information systems. Review hardware and software acquisition and maintenance contracts and pursue master agreements to capitalize on economies of scale. Define and communicate corporate plans, policies, and standards for the organization for acquiring, implementing, and operating IT systems. Operational Management Ensure continuous delivery of IT services through oversight of service level agreements with end users and monitoring of IT systems performance. Ensure IT system operation adheres to applicable laws and regulations. Establish lines of control for current and proposed information systems. Keep current with trends and issues in the IT industry, including current technologies and prices. Advise, counsel, and educate executives and management on their competitive or financial impact. Promote and oversee strategic relationships between internal IT resources and external entities, including government, vendors, and partner organisations. Supervise recruitment, development, retention, and organisation of all IT staff in accordance with corporate budgetary objectives and personnel policies. Prepare and maintain relevant policies and procedures to ensure that the Commission is complying with all Government Online requirements in relation to security and privacy. Undertake the regular reporting requirements of the Government including the annual PSPF reporting process, the National Archives Act reporting and any other. Drive the enhancement of workplace culture with the IT staff to ensure an inclusive, respectful and empowering workplace ensuring best practice particularly in relation to the new RespectWork positive duty and National Anti-racism framework. Develop, implement and establish a monitor/reporting system to support the continuous development of Commission staff via a learning and development strategy to ensure the Commission's staff remain trained in all aspects of the technology available, to ensure efficiency and best practice in the use of tools such as Power BI and other Microsoft available functionality. Implement and monitor the performance management system that establishes clear expectations and timely professional feedback for the staff involved in IT, provide mentorship where appropriate. Provide high level support and advice to senior management, working closely with the COO, the Chief Executive, the President and Commissioners when required. Undertake other matters as and when requested. • Fri, 14 JunAPS
Food Technology Teacher – Middle / Senior School » Wanniassa, ACT - We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Food Technology teacher to join our professional teaching team... of our teaching team under the strategic leadership of the Director of Learning and Teaching with support and oversight provided... • Thu, 13 Jun
Director - Faculty of Creative, Business & Technology » Box Hill, VIC - role: Exciting opportunity to join Box Hill Institute as our Director, Faculty of Creative, Business & Technology! The... Director, Faculty of Creative, Business & Technology will provide outstanding leadership and management of the Faculty... • Thu, 13 JunBox Hill Institute
Senior Practice Lead – Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking) » Sydney, NSW - information technology risk frameworks and advisory, understand Tech’s role and can effectively partner with (Global and Local... all Line 1 IT delivered risk activity. You’ll support the Technology Program Director in the definition, management and control... • Thu, 13 JunING
Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) » Mount Eliza, Mornington Peninsula - cs0771306 Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) https://www.educationcareer.net.au/jobs/8869-peninsula-grammar/71306 Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) Peninsula Grammar is a K-12 coeducational school of excellence, located on the Mornington Peninsula, is renowned for its academic achievements and extensive co-curricular program. In caring for students and their learning, we encourage them to take up life's challenges both at school and beyond. Peninsula Grammar values the inherent uniqueness of every individual and fosters the pursuit of excellence in each child. The Role Peninsula Grammar School is seeking an interim Director of Information Technology, to lead the Information, Communication Technology Department. This is a fixed-term contract position to support the school during the existing incumbent’s leave. The Director of Information Technology is responsible for the strategic planning, development, implementation, and management of all ICT services and infrastructure within the school, including audio visual and security. Your role will encompass a wide range of key responsibilities and tasks including: Lead and manage the ICT team to execute projects, programs and initiatives to deliver the school's objectives Oversee the day-to-day operations of the ICT department, ensuring smooth functioning of systems and networks Develop, implement and monitor ICT policies, procedures, and best practices Manage ICT projects from initiation to completion, ensuring timely delivery within budget constraints Collaborate with School departments (Teaching, learning and operations) to fulfil their needs to enable strong student learning outcomes Assess and monitor current technologies to maximise utilisation, benefit and value for users – staff, students and parents Assess and monitor current technologies and work practices to recommend upgrades and/or improvement opportunities Ensure compliance with data protection regulations, relevant state and federal legislation, cybersecurity standards, school regulatory and policy requirements Provide leadership to resolve ICT technical issues and drive continuous improvement initiatives Participate in vendor management, contract negotiations, and procurement activities for ICT resources Maintain knowledge of ICT trends and developments to recommend solutions and initiatives to achieve best School practice The successful candidate will be a strong technical professional with effective leadership experience and an excellent communicator. If you are passionate about leveraging technology to enhance educational experiences and possess the necessary qualifications and experience, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. About You Proven experience in leading and managing a team within an educational setting Demonstrated expertise in developing and implementing IT strategies aligned with organisational objectives In-depth knowledge of network infrastructure, information management systems (i.e. Synergetic, SchoolBox, Operoo, Clipboard, Complispace) security systems, and database management Sound knowledge and experience with the Microsoft 365 enterprise suite and platform Strong understanding of educational technology tools and their integration into the curriculum Strong project management, budgeting, and resource allocation Excellent communication skills with the ability to collaborate with staff, students, parents and external stakeholders Relevant formal qualifications in IT or related field Familiarity with compliance standards and data protection regulations applicable to educational institutions Proactive approach to identifying emerging technologies beneficial to the school's IT environment All positions at Peninsula Grammar require: Current Working with Children Check & Police Check (or willingness to apply) First-Aid qualifications (HLTAID009 CPR Course, HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid & ASCIA anaphylaxis) Child Safety training (provided by the school upon commencement) How to Apply Submit your current resume (with two professional referees) and a cover letter highlighting the following. Applications should be addressed to the Principal and submitted online. Further information about Peninsula Grammar can be found at www.peninsulagrammar.vic.edu.au. Applications will be reviewed in upon submission, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. Any queries should be made via contacting our HR team at employmentpgs.vic.edu.au or via phone on (03) 9788 7846. Peninsula Grammar is a Child Safe School. All staff are to abide by its Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy and Child Safe Code of Conduct. All people employed by the school must be eligible to work in Australia. MOUNT ELIZA VIC Peninsula Grammar Teaching Jobs 10/06/2024 06/07/2024 • Thu, 13 JunPeninsula Grammar
Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) » Mount Eliza, Mornington Peninsula - cs1171306 Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) https://www.ictcareer.com.au/jobs/8869-peninsula-grammar/71306 Director of Information Technology (Interim Appointment) Peninsula Grammar is a K-12 coeducational school of excellence, located on the Mornington Peninsula, is renowned for its academic achievements and extensive co-curricular program. In caring for students and their learning, we encourage them to take up life's challenges both at school and beyond. Peninsula Grammar values the inherent uniqueness of every individual and fosters the pursuit of excellence in each child. The Role Peninsula Grammar School is seeking an interim Director of Information Technology, to lead the Information, Communication Technology Department. This is a fixed-term contract position to support the school during the existing incumbent’s leave. The Director of Information Technology is responsible for the strategic planning, development, implementation, and management of all ICT services and infrastructure within the school, including audio visual and security. Your role will encompass a wide range of key responsibilities and tasks including: Lead and manage the ICT team to execute projects, programs and initiatives to deliver the school's objectives Oversee the day-to-day operations of the ICT department, ensuring smooth functioning of systems and networks Develop, implement and monitor ICT policies, procedures, and best practices Manage ICT projects from initiation to completion, ensuring timely delivery within budget constraints Collaborate with School departments (Teaching, learning and operations) to fulfil their needs to enable strong student learning outcomes Assess and monitor current technologies to maximise utilisation, benefit and value for users – staff, students and parents Assess and monitor current technologies and work practices to recommend upgrades and/or improvement opportunities Ensure compliance with data protection regulations, relevant state and federal legislation, cybersecurity standards, school regulatory and policy requirements Provide leadership to resolve ICT technical issues and drive continuous improvement initiatives Participate in vendor management, contract negotiations, and procurement activities for ICT resources Maintain knowledge of ICT trends and developments to recommend solutions and initiatives to achieve best School practice The successful candidate will be a strong technical professional with effective leadership experience and an excellent communicator. If you are passionate about leveraging technology to enhance educational experiences and possess the necessary qualifications and experience, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. About You Proven experience in leading and managing a team within an educational setting Demonstrated expertise in developing and implementing IT strategies aligned with organisational objectives In-depth knowledge of network infrastructure, information management systems (i.e. Synergetic, SchoolBox, Operoo, Clipboard, Complispace) security systems, and database management Sound knowledge and experience with the Microsoft 365 enterprise suite and platform Strong understanding of educational technology tools and their integration into the curriculum Strong project management, budgeting, and resource allocation Excellent communication skills with the ability to collaborate with staff, students, parents and external stakeholders Relevant formal qualifications in IT or related field Familiarity with compliance standards and data protection regulations applicable to educational institutions Proactive approach to identifying emerging technologies beneficial to the school's IT environment All positions at Peninsula Grammar require: Current Working with Children Check & Police Check (or willingness to apply) First-Aid qualifications (HLTAID009 CPR Course, HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid & ASCIA anaphylaxis) Child Safety training (provided by the school upon commencement) How to Apply Submit your current resume (with two professional referees) and a cover letter highlighting the following. Applications should be addressed to the Principal and submitted online. Further information about Peninsula Grammar can be found at www.peninsulagrammar.vic.edu.au. Applications will be reviewed in upon submission, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. Any queries should be made via contacting our HR team at employmentpgs.vic.edu.au or via phone on (03) 9788 7846. Peninsula Grammar is a Child Safe School. All staff are to abide by its Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy and Child Safe Code of Conduct. All people employed by the school must be eligible to work in Australia. MOUNT ELIZA VIC Peninsula Grammar IT Jobs 10/06/2024 06/07/2024 • Thu, 13 JunPeninsula Grammar
Head of Learning & Teaching » St Kilda Road Central, Melbourne - Wesley College Melbourne, a school of the Uniting Church, established in 1866, is one of Australia's leading and most respected co-educational independent schools. With an enrolment of 3,400 students from ECLC to Year 12, it comprises three metropolitan campuses in Melbourne, at St Kilda Road, Glen Waverley and Elsternwick, outdoor education sites at Chum Creek, Mallana and Lochend, and a Year 9 residential campus at Clunes. Wesley College is seeking to appoint an outstanding leader as Head of Learning & Teaching working across our St Kilda Road and Elsternwick campuses. This is a full-time role for an initial fixed term of 3 years commencing 20 January 2025. The Head of Learning & Teaching has responsibility for the operational implementation of the strategic direction for learning on the campuses, in consultation with Heads of Campus and the Director of Learning. Key elements of this responsibility relate to the quality of teaching and learning on the campus, the management of curriculum on the campus, management of professional learning for all staff on the campus, mentoring of staff engaged in leadership of learning, and coordination of programs for new staff, student teachers and interns. The role is a member of the College Teaching and Learning Committee and a member of Campus Executive. It reports to the respective Head of Campus, with a secondary reporting line to the Director of Learning. It holds budget responsibility for professional learning at the campus level, as well as a range of budgets regarding curriculum and learning. Curriculum Coordinators, Heads of Faculty, and Heads of Learning (and similar roles at Elsternwick) report directly to the Head of Learning & Teaching. Please visit www.wesleycollege.edu.au for a position description and to apply online. Applications will only be accepted via Seek or Wesley College website. For further information, please contact Cameron Paterson at Cameron.Patersonwesleycollege.edu.au Applications close at 5:00pm Sunday 14 July 2024. Please note that applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews will commence prior to the close date. Wesley College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy. • Thu, 13 JunWesley College
Director, BDMICT Programs » Hawthorn, VIC - Director Business, Design, Media and ICT within Swinburne University Full time, fixed term (Aug 2029) position... professional with a passion for education and business management? Swinburne University is currently seeking a Director for the... • Tue, 11 JunSwinburne University of Technology
Sales Development Representative » Sydney, Sydney Region - About the Role Are you looking for a growth opportunity to build your sales career in a start-up? We are looking for outgoing, self-motivated individuals who are excited to be on the phone and great at building relationships with customers. As a Sales Development Representative, you will research potential clients, connect with and educate prospects, and qualify leads, throughout the APAC region. You will do this through outreach in the form of cold calls, emails, or social networking with the purpose of scheduling demos for your Account Executive. We have built a team of successful SDRs coming from a wide variety of backgrounds- teachers, bartenders, mechanics, recent grads, etc. If you have a deep passion for sales and are excited to kickstart your tech sales career - we would love to have you apply Location- North Sydney, NSW Hybrid Remote - meaning in office Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (plus additional days as required) What You’ll be Doing Grow your individual book of business by proactively generating new qualified leads Identify, qualify, sort, and track leads Hustle to achieve and exceed various core metrics, quotas, and KPIs as set by your manager, such as a minimum number of daily cold calls, emails, etc. Display exceptional cold-call prospecting using consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, inspire, project confidence, influence, overcome objections, and remain resilient throughout Utilize Salesforce to ensure activities are documented properly, contact information remains updated, opportunities are forecast accurately, and adequate information regarding the prospect and/or opportunity is communicated Maintain knowledge of market conditions and competitive activities Other duties as needed About You Competitive eagerness to set yourself apart and achieve success Aggressive, energetic self-starter who enjoys working in a quota-driven environment, works well under pressure, and enjoys being on a large team Superior verbal and written communication skills via phone and email, with a keen attention to detail and excellent follow-up skills Excellent listening and analytical skills to assess the interests of prospects Experience meeting minimum call volume and/or talk-time goals Strong organizational skills and ability to manage time and workload Technical aptitude and the ability to successfully demonstrate and convey the value proposition behind NinjaOne’s IT management software Coachable and eager to learn, with a solid work ethic and positive attitude Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, honor rules of engagement, and follow policies, processes, and procedures Bonus Skills include experience with Salesforce (or other CRM), SalesLoft, and other sales tools; as well as experience specifically working in or with, or selling, to IT departments, Resellers, MSPs, and Director/C-Level IT executives. No degree requirement About Us NinjaOne automates the hardest parts of IT, empowering more than 17,000 IT teams with visibility, security, and control over all endpoints. The NinjaOne platform is proven to increase productivity, while reducing risk and IT costs. NinjaOne is consistently ranked 1 for its world-class support and is the top-rated software on G2 in seven categories including endpoint management, remote monitoring and management, and patch management. What You’ll Love Our flexible working hours with hybrid home office options enable you to successfully balance your personal life and your job Grow personally and together with one of the fastest growing companies globally Develop your skills through our renowned training platform Receive competitive compensation Collaborate with an amazing international workforce LI-Hybrid LI-MB1 • Mon, 10 JunNinjaOne, LLC
Facility Director » Wareemba, Canada Bay Area - Driving Infinite Possibilities Within A Diversified, Global Organization THE FUTURE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. Facility Director Bundoora, VIC Start your career by making an impact and real connections with some of the most meaningful challenges around. When you join Honeywell, you become a member of our performance culture comprised of diverse leaders, thinkers, innovators, dreamers, and doers who are changing the future. Make the Best You. Working at Honeywell is not just creating incredible things. You will have the opportunity to work with our talented and friendly team of professionals and be part of a global team of future shapers. Join Us and Make an Impact. We are currently seeking a Facility Director to join our Building Automation team that is based at a client site in Bundoora. The Facility Director is responsible for the overall operation of the site, to achieve excellent customer satisfaction contractual compliance. In addition, the role liaises directly with customers and sub-contractors and adheres to financial budgets and operational goals of the contract that supports the overall success of the Health Portfolio. Key Responsibilities: Oversight of service delivery activities and contract deliverables Maintain overall financial control service delivery Provide guidance to the team on delivering to contract requirements and milestones Manage delivery of Refurbishment and Lifecycle programs in accordance with Asset Management strategies Manage workload, improve processes and systems, client liaison and escalation, and working with other areas within Honeywell to deliver high quality service to AgriBio Experience & Capabilities: Degree qualified in Business Management/Facility Management is advantageous 5 years' experience in a management role within a service / facility management business Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) experience Exceptional staff management and process improvement skills Commercial acumen About Us The world is changing. And it's a familiar story at Honeywell. Our $36 billion business was founded on a legacy of firsts spanning 130 years. We're building a safer, smarter, and more sustainable world through our technology and software across each of our 930 sites globally. Our impact is seen in every shape and size around the world. Our solutions are felt daily in aerospace, buildings and cities, retail, chemicals and materials, safety, industrial and manufacturing, safety, and supply chains. Discover More We've been innovating for more than 100 years and now we're creating what's next. There's a lot more available for you to discover. Our solutions, our case studies, our futureshapers, and so much more. Learn more at careers.honeywell.com/us/en/ If you believe what happens tomorrow is determined by what we do today, you'll love working at Honeywell. The future is what we make it. So, join us and let's do this together. Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer, and we support a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. Honeywell is a proud advocate of the LGBTQ community and we are celebrating Pride Month in the Pacific by launching Pride Connect, our LGBTQ employee network, we encourage members of the LGBTQ community to apply to join our team of future shapers. For more information on applicable equal employment regulations, refer to the EEO is the Law poster. Please refer to the EEO is the Law Supplement Poster & the Pay Transparency Policy. For more information on how we process your information in the job application process, please refer to Recruitment Privacy Notice. If a disability prevents you from applying for a job through our website, request assistance here. No other requests will be acknowledged. Copyright 2023 Honeywell International Inc Additional Information JOB ID: HRD233418 Category: Facilities Location: 45 Grosvenor Street,,Abbotsford,VICTORIA,3067,Australia Exempt Business Services • Sun, 09 JunHoneywell
Sr Director Analyst, Technology Finance, Value & Risk » Australia - . About The Role As a Senior Director, Analyst aligned with the Technology Finance, Value & Risk Team you will help clients... / Technology Finance Department Strong grasp of financial concepts which they can apply to information technology issues in the... • Sat, 08 JunGartner
Senior Financial Analyst Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for ensuring the appropriate, accurate and complete recording of Housing ACT’s Capital Program transactions and events. Housing ACT is a division of the Community Services Directorate. It is responsible for the provision and management of public housing services and delivery and management of homelessness services in the Territory. The position will also assist with Capital Program budget processes and the timely provision of data for end of month processing. The position will work closely with the Infrastructure and Contracts branch within Housing ACT to consult and share information on capital program related matters. Infrastructure and Contracts is responsible for the management and maintenance of the public housing portfolio. This includes the delivery of the annual capital program, consistent with the ACT Housing Strategy and Growing and Renewing Public Housing. The capital program consists of the purchase and sale of dwellings, the redevelopment of existing dwellings, and the construction of new dwellings. It also manages the Total Facilities Management Contract, which manages the repair, maintenance and upgrades of the physical portfolio. Community Services Directorate (CSD) is an inclusive employer where all people are respected and valued for their contribution. We strongly encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, People with Disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people. Note: This is a temporary position available immediately until 20 June 2025 with the possibility of permanency. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: Please submit a two-page pitch highlighting your experience and skills against the Selection Criteria, along with a current curriculum vitae and the contact information of two referees. Applications should be submitted via the apply now button below LI-DNI • Fri, 07 JunACT Government
OneIT - Lead Resource Planner » The Rocks, Sydney - The Opportunity As the Lead, Resource Planner IT PMO, you will report to the Director, Office of IT PMO, and be responsible for overseeing the global resource planning based on priories and capacity, supporting HUB PMO Directors and Project Managers. What you'll do: The Lead, Resource Planner of IT PMO is responsible for: Resource Management: Ensure effective resource allocation and capacity planning according to their skillsets, previous experience and availability to optimize project deliverables. Ownership of resource planning tool(s), design, implementation and maintenance of the tool(s). Monitoring day-to-day project activities, workloads and corresponding resourcing. Manage resource conflicts. Knowing all the current and upcoming projects and business development activities, and planning resourcing accordingly. Documentation of the resource planning process Metrics and Reporting: to meet set KPIs, which include but are not limited to; resource utilization, track planning forecast compared to actuals and provide insights for business process improvement. Stakeholder management: Collaborate and support the Portfolio Manager, HUB IT PMO Directors and key stakeholders to manage project resourcing needs and priorities. Maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, fostering trust and alignment. Always adhering to WSP Health and Safety standards. About You Required Bachelor's degree in human resource management, information technology, business, management, or a similar field 5 years' experience in PMO or program/project management on resourcing projects. Experience working with resources that are geographically dispersed. Ability to work within a matrix organization structure. Strong knowledge of project management methodologies, tools, and best practices. Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities with a focus on driving continuous improvement. Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills End to End understanding of IT lifecycle (pipeline, resource, demand, project delivery and financial) Other Requirements Excellent written and spoken English is required. Presentation and training skills are an advantage. A relevant program/project management qualification preferred (e.g. PRINCE Practitioner, PMP) would be preferred. Familiarity with ITIL v3 or above would be an advantage. Must be able to work independently and collaborate effectively with peers and leaders. About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture that celebrates different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. We want here to be a place where you'll always find new ways to grow - where you'll design your path and do what truly matters to you. We believe that in imagining a better future for us all, you'll imagine a better future for you. To find out more about our commitment to the health and well-being of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive click here: WSP Benefits. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. Imagine a better future for us all - and a better future for you. WSP. With us, you can. • Fri, 07 JunWSP
Senior Practice Lead – Risk in Change Technology (Core Banking) » Sydney, NSW - information technology risk frameworks and advisory, understand Tech’s role and can effectively partner with (Global and Local... all Line 1 IT delivered risk activity. You’ll support the Technology Program Director in the definition, management and control... • Thu, 06 JunING
Technology Risk & Cyber Security - Manager to Director 100 k+ » Sydney, NSW - Our Technology Risk and Cyber team advises clients about their potential cyber and IT risks and opportunities. We work... and technology risk & assurance services, such as IT internal audits, service organisation controls reporting, IT and cyber risk... • Wed, 05 JunKPMG$100000 per year
Senior IT Audit Manager, APAC » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Northern Trust: Northern Trust, a Fortune 500 company, is a globally recognized, award-winning financial institution that has been in continuous operation since 1889. Northern Trust is proud to provide innovative financial services and guidance to the world's most successful individuals, families, and institutions by remaining true to our enduring principles of service, expertise, and integrity. With more than 130 years of financial experience and over 22,000 partners, we serve the world's most sophisticated clients using leading technology and exceptional service. Role: The Senior Audit Manager, IT Audit, APAC is a key member of the APAC Audit Services Team, responsible for the oversight and execution of audit engagements, including planning, developing the audit scope, maintaining the budget and timeframes of the project to meet audit requirements, preparing reports and ensuring department Standards are properly met. The role is a direct report to the Director, APAC Audit Services, with a dotted line to the Director, Global IT Audit. The Senior Audit Manager, IT Audit provides input to improve operational efficiency and/or to enhance the design or operating effectiveness of the internal control environment. The role provides technical expertise, with a focus on Cybersecurity, Resilience and Business Continuity Management, and performs supervisor related work including training new employees or those with lesser experience, reviewing work of others, and providing regular feedback and coaching to employees. The role is an integral part of the APAC Audit Services team, responsible for interacting with local, regional and global Senior and Executive management, leveraging technical expertise to evaluate risk areas and ensuring that resources are properly aligned to audit these areas. Responsibilities: Coordinates and collaborates with the global technology audit team on the identification of risks and execution of internal audits in line with the internal audit plan Functions in various roles on audit engagements, including leading audits, staffing audits and providing consulting or oversight functions based on the needs of the team Manages internal audit projects related to Information Technology General Controls (ITGC), information security/cyber, business application, and integrated business audits Provides technical expertise to the IT Audit Team and uses sound audit practices Maintains familiarization and technical expertise with the assigned business unit(s) including organizational structure, personnel, activities and products, new product development, financial performance and risk and problem areas Responsible for staying current on regulations (particularly in the APAC region) and changes within the industry, designing and delivering audit engagements in accordance with regulations Interacts and partners with Senior and Executive Management to understand the risks within the business, business changes and other significant events that could significantly affect the business and/or the audit plan Participates in targeted senior-level committees and client meetings, presents to the corporate Audit and Business Risk Committees, Oversight Committees, Legal Entity Boards and Risk Committees as required Communicates with external auditors, and various regional risk committees as part of ongoing continuous monitoring which assists in managing the Audit Plan Manages and performs special projects as assigned Participates in meetings with business unit to discuss audit results Communicates with partners at all levels, developing and presenting recommendations on operations and controls for the business unit During audit engagements, assigns work to auditors, sets priorities and monitors activity Utilizes understanding of various Corporate units to ensure operations, services, and systems have proper audit controls in place (i.e., design of the control environment) Reviews audit work including work paper documentation, findings and recommendations and the final report to ensure appropriate adherence to the Corporation's/Department's Policies and Standards and ensuring work is performed within established timeframes Evaluates corporate management, business processes, business controls and operating practices during audits and consulting/monitoring engagements Applies analytical skills to review information and determine potential control weaknesses Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Significant experience of auditing and/or systems experience in the financial services industry in Australia and/or APAC region Knowledge of regulatory requirements and guidelines relating to Cyber Security, Information Security, Business Resilience and Business Continuity Management Solid understanding of ITGC and related processes (e.g., Configuration Management, Vendor Management) Understanding of Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) controls (e.g., Incident Management, Problem Management) Skills as needed to perform testing of application controls (e.g., Application Security Testing, Interface Controls) Skills as needed to perform testing of information security and cybersecurity controls (e.g., Business Continuity, Penetration Testing, Security Information and Event Monitoring, Data Security) Knowledge of risks related to newer technologies (e.g., Infrastructure as Code, Cloud Access Management, Kubernetes, Containers, CI/CD) Knowledge of financial industry standards and frameworks (e.g., NIST CSF, FFIEC, GDPR) Knowledge of cloud environments and related technologies (e.g., Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud) Professional certifications (e.g., CISA, CISSP, CCSP) Strong analytical, leadership, and organizational skills Strong report writing and work paper documentation skills A College or University degree is preferred Please note that this role may require the successful candidate to travel to other NT locations as required. Working with Us: As a Northern Trust partner, greater achievements await. You will be part of a flexible and collaborative work culture in an organization where financial strength and stability is an asset that emboldens us to explore new ideas. Movement within the organization is encouraged, senior leaders are accessible, and you can take pride in working for a company committed to assisting the communities we serve Join a workplace with a greater purpose. We'd love to learn more about how your interests and experience could be a fit with one of the world's most admired and sustainable companies Build your career with us and apply today. MadeForGreater Reasonable accommodation Northern Trust is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please email our HR Service Center at MyHRHelpntrs.com. We hope you're excited about the role and the opportunity to work with us. We value an inclusive workplace and understand flexibility means different things to different people. Apply today and talk to us about your flexible working requirements and together we can achieve greater. • Tue, 04 JunNorthern Trust
Senior IT Audit Manager, APAC » The Rocks, Sydney - About Northern Trust: Northern Trust, a Fortune 500 company, is a globally recognized, award-winning financial institution that has been in continuous operation since 1889. Northern Trust is proud to provide innovative financial services and guidance to the world's most successful individuals, families, and institutions by remaining true to our enduring principles of service, expertise, and integrity. With more than 130 years of financial experience and over 22,000 partners, we serve the world's most sophisticated clients using leading technology and exceptional service. Role: The Senior Audit Manager, IT Audit, APAC is a key member of the APAC Audit Services Team, responsible for the oversight and execution of audit engagements, including planning, developing the audit scope, maintaining the budget and timeframes of the project to meet audit requirements, preparing reports and ensuring department Standards are properly met. The role is a direct report to the Director, APAC Audit Services, with a dotted line to the Director, Global IT Audit. The Senior Audit Manager, IT Audit provides input to improve operational efficiency and/or to enhance the design or operating effectiveness of the internal control environment. The role provides technical expertise, with a focus on Cybersecurity, Resilience and Business Continuity Management, and performs supervisor related work including training new employees or those with lesser experience, reviewing work of others, and providing regular feedback and coaching to employees. The role is an integral part of the APAC Audit Services team, responsible for interacting with local, regional and global Senior and Executive management, leveraging technical expertise to evaluate risk areas and ensuring that resources are properly aligned to audit these areas. Responsibilities: Coordinates and collaborates with the global technology audit team on the identification of risks and execution of internal audits in line with the internal audit plan Functions in various roles on audit engagements, including leading audits, staffing audits and providing consulting or oversight functions based on the needs of the team Manages internal audit projects related to Information Technology General Controls (ITGC), information security/cyber, business application, and integrated business audits Provides technical expertise to the IT Audit Team and uses sound audit practices Maintains familiarization and technical expertise with the assigned business unit(s) including organizational structure, personnel, activities and products, new product development, financial performance and risk and problem areas Responsible for staying current on regulations (particularly in the APAC region) and changes within the industry, designing and delivering audit engagements in accordance with regulations Interacts and partners with Senior and Executive Management to understand the risks within the business, business changes and other significant events that could significantly affect the business and/or the audit plan Participates in targeted senior-level committees and client meetings, presents to the corporate Audit and Business Risk Committees, Oversight Committees, Legal Entity Boards and Risk Committees as required Communicates with external auditors, and various regional risk committees as part of ongoing continuous monitoring which assists in managing the Audit Plan Manages and performs special projects as assigned Participates in meetings with business unit to discuss audit results Communicates with partners at all levels, developing and presenting recommendations on operations and controls for the business unit During audit engagements, assigns work to auditors, sets priorities and monitors activity Utilizes understanding of various Corporate units to ensure operations, services, and systems have proper audit controls in place (i.e., design of the control environment) Reviews audit work including work paper documentation, findings and recommendations and the final report to ensure appropriate adherence to the Corporation's/Department's Policies and Standards and ensuring work is performed within established timeframes Evaluates corporate management, business processes, business controls and operating practices during audits and consulting/monitoring engagements Applies analytical skills to review information and determine potential control weaknesses Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Significant experience of auditing and/or systems experience in the financial services industry in Australia and/or APAC region Knowledge of regulatory requirements and guidelines relating to Cyber Security, Information Security, Business Resilience and Business Continuity Management Solid understanding of ITGC and related processes (e.g., Configuration Management, Vendor Management) Understanding of Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) controls (e.g., Incident Management, Problem Management) Skills as needed to perform testing of application controls (e.g., Application Security Testing, Interface Controls) Skills as needed to perform testing of information security and cybersecurity controls (e.g., Business Continuity, Penetration Testing, Security Information and Event Monitoring, Data Security) Knowledge of risks related to newer technologies (e.g., Infrastructure as Code, Cloud Access Management, Kubernetes, Containers, CI/CD) Knowledge of financial industry standards and frameworks (e.g., NIST CSF, FFIEC, GDPR) Knowledge of cloud environments and related technologies (e.g., Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud) Professional certifications (e.g., CISA, CISSP, CCSP) Strong analytical, leadership, and organizational skills Strong report writing and work paper documentation skills A College or University degree is preferred Please note that this role may require the successful candidate to travel to other NT locations as required. Working with Us: As a Northern Trust partner, greater achievements await. You will be part of a flexible and collaborative work culture in an organization where financial strength and stability is an asset that emboldens us to explore new ideas. Movement within the organization is encouraged, senior leaders are accessible, and you can take pride in working for a company committed to assisting the communities we serve Join a workplace with a greater purpose. We'd love to learn more about how your interests and experience could be a fit with one of the world's most admired and sustainable companies Build your career with us and apply today. MadeForGreater Reasonable accommodation Northern Trust is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please email our HR Service Center at MyHRHelpntrs.com. We hope you're excited about the role and the opportunity to work with us. We value an inclusive workplace and understand flexibility means different things to different people. Apply today and talk to us about your flexible working requirements and together we can achieve greater. • Tue, 04 JunNorthern Trust
Partner Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - About the Role As a Partner Manager, you will nurture relationships with our channel partners, strategically growing partnerships and locating opportunities for new revenue streams. You will take charge of managing pertinent onboarding processes and paperwork, leading a regular cadence of touchpoints with partners, and highlighting the value behind NinjaOne's software and participation in the Partner Program. A Partner Manager will also be responsible for researching, connecting with, and educating prospects and leads to grow our overall partnerships and presence in the APAC region. Location- North Sydney, NSW Hybrid Remote - meaning in office Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (plus additional days as required) What You'll be Doing Help build and manage Channel and Reseller opportunities and relationships for NinjaOne, enabling long-term growth and success within each partnership. Gain an understanding of NinjaOne's Channel program and articulate our value to potential reseller prospects. Grow your book of business by proactively generating and pursuing new qualified leads. Display exceptional consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, inspire, project confidence, influence, overcome objections, and remain resilient throughout. Research and document relevant contact information for existing leads, keeping contact information updated in Salesforce. Utilize Salesforce to ensure activities are appropriately documented, opportunities are forecast accurately, and adequate information regarding the prospect and opportunity is communicated. Maintain knowledge of market conditions and competitive activities. Other duties as needed. About You Competitive eagerness to set yourself apart and achieve success. Aggressive, energetic self-starter who enjoys working in a quota-driven environment. Superior verbal and written communication skills via phone and email Excellent listening and analytical skills to assess the interests of prospects. Experience meeting minimum call volume and talk-time goals. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage time and workload. Detail-oriented, with excellent follow-up skills Technical aptitude and the ability to successfully demonstrate software. Solid work ethic, positive attitude, and motivation to learn. Strong computer knowledge required. Computer literacy bonus skills: Experience selling technology solutions to Director and C-Level IT executives, to SMB and midmarket focused MSPs and Resellers Experience using Salesforce (or other CRM) Experience using SalesLoft or other sales engagement platforms. Ability to multitask with several tools. Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, honor rules of engagement, and follow policies, processes, and procedures. Works well under pressure and with a team. About Us NinjaOne automates the hardest parts of IT, empowering more than 17,000 IT teams with visibility, security, and control over all endpoints. The NinjaOne platform is proven to increase productivity, while reducing risk and IT costs. NinjaOne is consistently ranked 1 for its world-class support and is the top-rated software on G2 in seven categories including endpoint management, remote monitoring and management, and patch management. What You'll Love We are a collaborative, kind, and curious community We prioritize your work/life balance offering a hybrid work environment and free in-office lunches throughout the week We reward your work with opportunity for growth and advancement Grow personally and together with one of the fastest growing companies globally Develop your skills through our renowned training platform Receive competitive compensation Collaborate with an amazing international workforce LI-MB1 LI-Hybrid • Mon, 03 JunNinjaOne
Value & Reporting Manager, IT Infrastructure Services, Central Business Services » The Hill, Newcastle Area - Connect to your Industry IT Infrastructure Services is a team of over 200 people that delivers a full range of IT enabling services for the business from provision and support of laptops and mobile 'phones; to network and cloud services and to set up and maintenance of office technology. The services are going through a significant change as part of a drive to deliver the Digital workplace and in the context of the introduction of Hybrid working. In this context of ongoing change your role is to support the Managing Director for IT infrastructure services in maintaining and improving the tracking, review and reporting of costs and associated value delivered. We are seeking an individual who will develop value management and reporting processes and provide insights that assist the department in driving continuous service and value improvement across all areas of IT Infrastructure spend. Connect to your career at Deloitte Deloitte drives progress. Using our vast range of expertise, that covers audit, risk advisory, and consulting services across tax, legal, business, technology and corporate finance, we help our clients become leaders wherever they choose to compete. To do this, we invest in outstanding people. We build teams of future thinkers, with diverse talents and backgrounds, and empower them all to reach for and achieve more. What brings us all together at Deloitte? It's how we approach the thousands of decisions we make every day. How we behave, our beliefs and our attitudes. In other words: our values. Whatever we do, wherever we are in the world, we lead the way, serve with integrity, take care of each other, foster inclusion, and collaborate for measurable impact. These five shared values lead every decision we make and action we take, guiding us to deliver impact how and where it matters most. Connect to your opportunity Diligent and analytical, the IT Infrastructure Value & Reporting Manager will join our IT Services Operation as an influential member of the team. Reporting into the managing director of IT Infrastructure, you'll be pivotal in driving informed commercial and financial decision making across IT Infrastructure cost centers. Managing the end-to-end expenditure process and associated controls, the role's success will be defined by an ability to support the leadership team to maximize value created through IT spend through the capturing, challenging, and gathering of sufficient information for accurate recording, planning and forecasting. Record and report on the current financial management operation and controls across CBS IT Infrastructure department. Support, and where required coach cost centre managers/owners in best practice and provide consistency in financial and value management across all teams. Proactively address leadership's concerns regarding budgetary, spend and internal and external payment controls and value generated. Record, present and track all commercial and financial information across all IT Infrastructure cost centres. Develop reporting to combine financial measures with those covering cost, quality, and timeliness output measures to demonstrate value delivered. Drive the regular spend review and forecast process within IT Infrastructure as well as the yearly budgeting process. Support team managers in creation of business cases as required Work alongside colleagues across the business on a range of ad-hoc change projects as they arise from time to time Manage diverse teams within an inclusive team culture where people are recognized for their contribution. Connect to your skills and professional experience Experience in a finance control role in a blue-chip organisation or similar Excellent analytical, numeracy and IT skills with a keen eye on the quality and integrity of data and how it flows throughout the business Experience of developing both financial and performance reporting Ideally have had exposure to the daily running of a major and wide-ranging IT Operations function or other multi-dimensional service function Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively present information articulately to both IT and other non-financial stakeholders Exposure to HR, procurement, finance and associated IT business processes would be a significant advantage Ability to manage to tight reporting deadlines Structured and with ability to work effectively in a changing landscape Professional accounting qualifications/certification are highly desired but not essential Connect to your business - Enabling Functions Collaboration is central to everything we do at Deloitte. Bringing your individual skills and experience, and sharing your specialist knowledge, is how you'll make a far-reaching impact. Come join us. Personal independence Regulation and controls are standard practice in our industry and Deloitte is no exception. These controls provide important legal protection for both you and the firm. We are subject to a number of audit regulations, one of which requires that certain colleagues abide by specific personal independence constraints (e.g., in relation to any financial interests and employment relationships). This can mean that you and your "Immediate Family Members" are not permitted to hold certain financial interests (shares, funds, bonds etc.) with audit clients of the firm, and also prohibitions on certain employment relationships (e.g., you are not permitted to hold a secondary employment role with SEC audit clients of the firm whilst being employed by the firm). The recruitment team will provide further detail as you progress through the recruitment process or you can contact the Independence team upon request. Connect with your colleagues "Deloitte's a large, complex and fast-paced organisation but it's open to new ideas. Everyone is encouraged to show initiative and challenge the norm." -Lisa, Enabling Functions "The amount of investment in me in terms of training and development has been incredible - it has undoubtedly helped me to progress my career." -Jim, Enabling Functions Our hybrid working policy You'll be based in one of our Regional offices with hybrid working. Our hybrid model enables our people to collaborate, connect and innovate in both a virtual and physical capacity. As well as remote working, you'll attend your local office, virtual collaboration spaces and client sites, depending on the requirements of the role. At Deloitte we understand the importance of balancing your career alongside your home life. That's why we'll support you to work flexibly through our hybrid working policy. Depending on the requirements of your role, you'll have the opportunity to work in your local office, virtual collaboration spaces, client sites and remotely. You'll get the chance to meet face to face when needed, while you collaborate and learn from colleagues, share your experiences, and build the relationships that will fuel your career and prioritise your wellbeing. Please check with your recruiter for the specific working requirements that may apply for your role. Our commitment to you Making an impact is more than just what we do: it's why we're here. So we work hard to create an environment where you can experience a purpose you believe in, the freedom to be you, and the capacity to go further than ever before. We want you. The true you. Your own strengths, perspective and personality. So we're nurturing a culture where everyone belongs, feels supported and heard, and is empowered to make a valuable, personal contribution. You can be sure we'll take your wellbeing seriously, too. Because it's only when you're comfortable and at your best that you can make the kind of impact you, and we, live for. Your expertise is our capability, so we'll make sure it never stops growing. Whether it's from the complex work you do, or the people you collaborate with, you'll learn every day. Through world-class development, you'll gain invaluable technical and personal skills. Whatever your level, you'll learn how to lead. Connect to your next step A career at Deloitte is an opportunity to develop in any direction you choose. Join us and you'll experience a purpose you can believe in and an impact you can see. You'll be free to bring your true self to work every day. And you'll never stop growing, whatever your level. 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OneIT - Senior Project Manager, M&A » The Rocks, Sydney - The Opportunity The Senior Project Manager will report to the Programme Manager or to the HUB IT PMO Director. You will be responsible managing and controlling all aspects of your project in accordance with a defined framework and tool set. You could oversee Project Managers projects and be a point of escalation where you have a direct report. You will also work with your HUB Portfolio Manager, business leads and various stakeholders ultimately accountable to the HUB IT PMO Director. What you'll do: The Senior Project Manager, IT PMO is responsible for: Overseeing complex single-stream projects. Point of escalation for some projects. Coaching and supporting project managers and project controllers. Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility. Work directly with customers to ensure deliverables fall within scope, budget and timeline. Ensure resource availability and allocation. Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress. Ensure the coordination and completion of projects on time, within budget and within scope. Manage changes to the project scope, schedule and costs. Coordinate internal resources, 3rd party suppliers and delivery partners as required. Ensure risks and issues are addressed throughout the project lifecycle. Adhere to governance as defined within the PMO process. Produce project status management reports. Ensure project documentation is produced and maintained. Interface with the wider global IT Organisation and global IT PMO as necessary e.g. for Design Work within the company's financial processes. Engage with stakeholders as required. Working outside of normal working hours where project delivery requires it. Always adhering to WSP Health and Safety standards. About You Required A relevant program/project management qualification preferred (e.g. PRINCE Practitioner, PMP) would be preferred. PFQ, PMQ (Desirable) ITIL v3 Foundation as a minimum, preference for certification in one or more of the following: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation, Continual Service Improvement. (Desirable) Practical knowledge of methodologies and frameworks: Lean, six-sigma, Agile. PMI-ACP desirable Experience with and strong knowledge of governance frameworks Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills Other Requirements MS Project Experience. Excellent written and spoken English is required. Must be able to work independently and collaborate effectively with peers and leaders. Proven working experience in project management. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be a proactive self-starter who can also work effectively in a team environment. Must be detail oriented with good organisational skills and capable of multi-tasking. Attention to detail and the ability to unblock complex problems. Effective use of Office 365. Developing and tracking budgets. Act as a professional ambassador for the IT PMO Organisation About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. We believe that in imagining a better future for us all, you'll imagine a better future for you. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. • Sun, 02 JunWSP
One IT - Project Controller (APAC) » The Rocks, Sydney - The Opportunity The IT PMO controller works within a busy HUB IT Project Management Office and will be responsible for ensuring that the delivery of projects within the PMO is consistent and follows agreed enterprise processes and governance. These could be traditional waterfall or agile projects. The PMO Controller will report HUB IT PMO Director and work closely with the wider IT team and project managers to assure the delivery of the IT portfolio in the region. What you'll do: The PMO Controller, IT PMO is responsible for: Management and maintenance of PMO tool(s) Assisting with PMO portfolio management. Support projects through the transition process back to business and in preparation for project closure. Supporting the accurate assessment of project status at all times and providing reports to the main stakeholder and Director(s) of PMO. Facilitate Cost Risk Assessment and produce reports. Assisting in the production of issues, threats, and opportunities and the management of the actions and mitigation. Supporting the process of accurate assessment of risk, contingency, trend and change management. Support the development of the risk schedule and the development of a live risk register. Interface with the wider global IT Organisation and global IT PMO as necessary e.g. roadmaps. Assisting the regional IT PMO Director and wider IT SLT with the budgeting process, including assisting with IT CAPX budget and reporting. Work within the company's financial processes. Engage with stakeholders as required. Support the regional IT PMO Director as required. Occasionally working outside of normal working hours where project delivery requires it, as agreed Always adhering to WSP Health and Safety standards. About You Required You are professional with strong focus on delivery. You have a track-record of supporting the adoption & improvement of project governance, processes and documents. You fully appreciate the requirement to balance good governance with rapid delivery whilst ensuring quality outcomes and continual improvement. ITIL v3 Foundation and PRINCE would be beneficial with preference for certification in one of more of the following: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation, or Continual Service Improvement. Practical knowledge or willingness to learn methodologies and frameworks: Lean, six- sigma, Agile. PMI-ACP desirable. Excellent written and verbal communication, supported by excellent interpersonal skills and attention to detail. Effective use of Microsoft 365 and in particular MS Teams would be an advantage. MS Project advantageous. About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture that celebrates different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. We want here to be a place where you'll always find new ways to grow - where you'll design your path and do what truly matters to you. We believe that in imagining a better future for us all, you'll imagine a better future for you. To find out more about our commitment to the health and well-being of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive click here: WSP Benefits. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. Imagine a better future for us all - and a better future for you. WSP. With us, you can. • Sun, 02 JunWSP
Security Advisor » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Must have Baseline clearance. Overview The role is within the departments Cyber Security Section. This section is responsible for all aspects of cyber security within the department and across the health portfolio and is led by the Director of IT Security. The section provides risk, accreditation and policy advice in which information security principles are applied to the departments devices, networks, applications and digital data. The sections primary focus is ensuring the effective implementation of security practices to ensure that departments people, information and assets, are appropriately protected in accordance with the Australian Government Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and Information Security Manual (ISM). Address Each Selection criteria to support your application(one page summary) Essential criteria Demonstration of comprehensive knowledge of ICT and Cyber Security technologies and best practices minimum 5 years experience in similar role within a medium/large size organisation. Desirable criteria Certification and/or membership to relevant professional organisations including certification in any of the following: CISSP, Security, CISA, CISM, SABSA, GIAC and SANs. Preferred Skills & Experience: Relevant tertiary qualifications obtained from a recognised Australian tertiary institution or equivalent assessed comparable overseas qualification in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technologies, or Cyber Security is highly desirable. • Sat, 01 JunSofttest pays pty ltd
Senior Sales & Account Manager - Data Centre Infrastructure » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Fantastic opportunity to join a global leader in IT / Data Centre Infrastructure working with high value accounts in the professional services sector. Our client aims to attract, develop and retain highly motivated, market leading teams and individuals who have quality skills and competencies. Their goal has always been to provide sustainable and challenging career opportunities within an environment which supports their goals, the company's core values and business targets. Working closely with the Regional Sales Director and IT Infrastructure Projects team you will lead the development and execution of strategic sales plans to leverage business opportunities across in data centre infrastructure and maintenance services while maintaining an impressive portfolio of large institutional customers. Key areas of focus will include: Driving the relationships with key clients as well as internal stakeholders; Meeting or exceeding sales objectives through your professional techniques and long-term customer relationships from end users, engineers, contractors through to specifiers; Maintaining call rates to assure contact with assigned customers and acting as the main interface between the customer and the organisation to ensure an optimal level of service is provided at all times; Co-ordinate sales activity on all assigned customer accounts; Developing and implementing proposal and pursuit strategies and leading major proposals and expressions of interest; Identifying business opportunities within your client base where the company solutions would add value a sustained program of cold calling, mailing and following up referrals and lead; Understanding the needs of potential new customers, identifying the value proposition to address those needs, and effectively assisting the customer in understanding the value proposition; Maintaining and understanding of competitor products, pricing points and sales strategies; Conducting product demonstrations and coordinating the preparation of sales proposals, tenders, contracts and management plans; and Develop strategic marketing communication plans aligned to key business initiatives, including but not limited to executing promotional activities and managing trade show activities. Knowledge Skills & Abilities: BA degree in Business, Operations, information & Technology or related field required; 7 years of experience in IT/Data Centre Infrastructure environment; Highly developed product knowledge of racks, UPS, LCP and inline cooling Must be results oriented with a proven track record of achieving business goals; Must understand market dynamics and customer needs; and Must be able to communicate objectives clearly and translate plans into action for the benefit of the customer. For someone who has the ability to build strong internal and external working relationships and who thrives on providing exception customer service and meeting sales targets and who is looking for opportunities to develop their career, this is a fantastic opportunity not to be missed. The next five years at this company promise to be the most exciting in their history. Because unlike many of their competitors who are standing still, they’re innovating, have a very clear vision and to achieve it we need the right people across all parts of the business. _______________________________________________________ NOTE: Please apply with a professional cover letter outlining your skills, knowledge, and experience relating to this position. ________________________________________________________ For further information, please contact: IVAN PIGNATARO Director D’Arcy Weil St James Building, Mezzanine 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 T: 61 3 9999 7409 M: 0416 507 856 E: ivandarcyweil.com • Fri, 31 MayD'Arcy Weil
Senior Facade Engineer $154-132K Syd » The Rocks, Sydney - Senior Facade Engineer. Mentorship from from Principal will see you develop your skill set and accelerate your progression to Project Management. Sometimes moving to a new consultancy can reinvigorate your interest in consultancy work, allowing you to capitalise on your strengths and jump the queue in prospects and projects. If this relates to you, read on. Your strong Structural Engineering skills with Facade expertise will be well-appreciated here within a strong name in the Structural Engineering arena. You will be heavily involved and guided by the Principal in all aspects of initial conception and tender, budget preparation to detailed design, project management and commissioning. With a beneficial annual bonus structure and a modern office with relaxation rooms and a stocked kitchen; traveling to work will be a lot more exciting. You'll have direct contact and mentorship from not just the Principal but also an open door to the Director, It is anticipated you will take full advantage of this to enhance your development to take on an even more Senior role in due course. With offers of secondments to offices interstate, this leading consultancy is known for its excellence in complex, innovative engineering and design. This is supported and backed up by their track record of lucrative projects won and at tender stage. You can envisage that you will project manage new developments that include hospitals, high rise, sports, education, defense, and arts. INTERESTED? Contact Pieter confidentially on 0419 490 660 or 1300 69 69 00 or PieterStructuraljobs.com.au • Thu, 30 MayPCR Services Pty Ltd
Finance Systems Analyst » Perth, Perth Region - Finance Systems Analyst The company PHI is a global leader in helicopter services. In the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, PHI takes on some of the most challenging assignments in aviation to deliver high quality helicopter support for energy customers and search and rescue authorities. We are one of the safest helicopter operators anywhere in the world, as every flight we take is guided by our core values of Safe, Efficient, Quality, Service. About the role We have an exciting opportunity for a Finance Systems Analyst to join our dynamic growing team. If you are an experienced Finance Systems Analyst, we want to hear from you. You will be responsible for assisting with the delivery and support of Finance related systems across all PHI APAC and EMEA bases. Reporting to the Director, IT – APAC & EMEA, you will play a pivotal role in the success of the IT and Finance departments and the Company as a whole. Responsibilities of the role include: System Maintenance Provide support for the Ramco Finance system and ongoing system upgrades. Manage the system administration of Ramco Finance, Onestream, Visual Lease, Visa, and Expense system. Design and implement internal system controls to provide quality assurance over financial data. Develop and/or improve standard and ad-hoc reporting functionality for all finance modules. Assist management and accountants to provide training and mentoring to staff in the understanding and use of the financial systems. Plan and implement modelling functionality to assist accountants and management with analysis for long term and annual planning processes. Work with key (global) stakeholders to understand requirements and opportunities to improve current and future processes in relation to our financial systems. Support the Finance team with any ad-hoc tasks, requests from the business and project work. Project Works Lead and support projects that enhance the ability of PHI APAC and EMEA to deliver its financial function. Provide complete hand-over including documented processes of any financial system improvements to the relevant owner in the finance team. Prepare project reporting detailing project status, issues, and upcoming milestones for both internal and external stakeholders. Conduct project retrospectives and implement lessons learned to improve future projects. Work collaboratively with colleagues and contractors from across the globe to ensure the successful delivery of projects for APAC & EMEA regions. To be considered for this role, you will need: Minimum of 3 years of experience managing Finance systems. Previous experience with systems implementation for Finance related systems. Advanced Excel skills with PowerBI, SQL queries and report writing experience. Proven success in a corporate setting working with varying levels of management. About you: Technology and systems savvy. Able to successfully complete high and fluctuating workloads. Technically proficient with strong problem solving and analysis skills. Able to prioritise and have an excellent attention to detail. Excellent Microsoft and IT system knowledge. Commitment to meeting deadlines with outstanding communication skills. Hold valid rights to reside and work in Australia. By joining our team, you will work in a rewarding and professional environment, with a diverse team of people sharing ideas and experiences. We offer an employee benefits package and access to a comprehensive wellbeing platform. If this position sounds right for you, please register through our PHI Career Centre and follow the steps to complete an application. If you have any questions about this position, please contact: hradminphi-int.com . Applications close 14 June 2024. PHI reserves the right to commence shortlisting and remove the job advertisement prior to this date. • Wed, 29 MayPHI International
Executive Assistant - Commercial & IT » Chatswood West, Willoughby Area - Overview Work for a global FMCG company with some of the world's most trusted and iconic brands. Be part of an exciting business where employees are recognized and career growth is supported. To continue our success, we currently have an exciting opportunity for an Executive Assistant supporting our Commercial and IT functions. You will provide executive administrative, project and co-ordination support to both the Senior Commerical Director and IT Director of PepsiCo ANZ. The Executive Assistant will complete numerous organisational and administrative tasks, allowing the Business Directors to focus solely on the tasks directly related to their core duties. Responsibilities Key Responsibilities: Provide administrative support to the Senior Commerical Director & IT Director Support and co-ordinate functional activities, both locally and nationally, including reward and recognition support for broader organisational conference arrangements (including field conference and leaders conference) Lead and develop relationships with EA's of key customer Directors for Woolworths, Coles, Metcash, Aldi, P&C and other Traditional Trade customers. Maintain database of customer contact list for Commercial supporting team with customer samples and communication. Coordinate international visitors including agenda and visiting team members logistics support. Arrange and coordinate meetings and team events on and offsite, end to end support from logistics and sites to catering for all commercial sub functions (COMET) and IT. File and retrieve documents and reference materials within Commercial Process departmental supplier invoices and order departmental stationery and supplies for Commercial to ensure a seamless work environment Facilities management of Commercial Sales Office - South Melbourne. Participate in monthly Admin meetings Proactively support the induction of new employees to the Commercial and IT Functions Qualifications About you: Extensive experience in supporting Executive level Directors Experience of using SAP High level of maturity and works well with others, strong team player Positive can-do attitude Excellent written and verbal communication skills, at all levels Organisational and planning skills Ability to adapt and give flexibility Attention to detail and accuracy Demonstrated understanding of administrative functions and office practices. Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and discretion. Relevant experience in providing high level administrative support and confidentiality. Proven skills in using word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software packages. Demonstrated ability to manage varied and conflicting demands to agreed standards and timelines For you: We offer a competitive benefits package Access generous leave options (e.g. wellness, birthday, volunteer, purchase additional leave/cash out leave) We understand that bringing the best version of yourself to work means looking after yourself holistically. Our Health & Wellness programs support you with all dimensions of wellness Access learning programs for your professional development, as well as our global offerings and online courses. About us: We are a progressive and people-focused business and believe our diverse workforce is the key to our success. Because we value our employees and their families, we offer an agile and flexible working environment with an emphasis on work life balance and health, as well as plenty of learning opportunities and room to grow your career. Recognised as a Top Employer in both Australia and New Zealand in 2021 and 2022, one of only 16 organisations globally to earn this certification. Recognised as an WGEA Employer of Choice for gender equality for the past 12 years and is one of the leading organisations in this space. Gender Tick (NZ) Family Friendly Certification (AU) Pep (PepsiCo Positive) is the future of our organization - a strategic end-to-end transformation, with sustainability at the center of how we will create growth and value by operating within planetary boundaries and inspiring positive change for the planet and people. It is our roadmap for becoming the global leader in convenient foods and beverages and a leading actor in the transformation of the global food system. With a large portfolio of food and beverage brands, PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand employs more than 1,600 people across ANZ at Smiths Snack Food Company, Bluebird Foods NZ and PepsiCo Beverages. With global brands like Doritos, Gatorade, and Pepsi Max, we also make some home-grown favourites such as Smith's Chips, Red Rock Deli, Twisties, and our Bluebird NZ snack brands. Interested? Know someone who might be? This is a great opportunity to join the PepsiCo ANZ team. PepsiCo's hiring process: Submit your application Interview(s) and skills evaluation Online Assessment process Background checks At PepsiCo, we believe what makes you unique, makes us better. We embrace equal opportunities for all employees. We believe that our people are our best asset and understand the importance of bringing different perspectives, different lenses and different experiences to our workplace. We are committed to building and supporting an inclusive workforce that truly reflects the global communities we operate within. We encourage women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTQI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply. In applying for this position, you consent to your personal information being provided to PepsiCo for use in accordance with PepsiCo's Privacy Policy which can be found at the bottom of the page on PepsiCo's website www.pepsico.com.au • Tue, 28 MayPepsiCo
Sales Development Representative » The Rocks, Sydney - About the Role Are you looking for a growth opportunity to build your sales career in a start-up? We are looking for outgoing, self-motivated individuals who are excited to be on the phone and great at building relationships with customers. As a Sales Development Representative, you will research potential clients, connect with and educate prospects, and qualify leads, throughout the APAC region. You will do this through outreach in the form of cold calls, emails, or social networking with the purpose of scheduling demos for your Account Executive. We have built a team of successful SDRs coming from a wide variety of backgrounds- teachers, bartenders, mechanics, recent grads, etc. If you have a deep passion for sales and are excited to kickstart your tech sales career - we would love to have you apply Location- North Sydney, NSW Hybrid Remote - meaning in office Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (plus additional days as required) What You'll be Doing Grow your individual book of business by proactively generating new qualified leads Identify, qualify, sort, and track leads Hustle to achieve and exceed various core metrics, quotas, and KPIs as set by your manager, such as a minimum number of daily cold calls, emails, etc. Display exceptional cold-call prospecting using consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, inspire, project confidence, influence, overcome objections, and remain resilient throughout Utilize Salesforce to ensure activities are documented properly, contact information remains updated, opportunities are forecast accurately, and adequate information regarding the prospect and/or opportunity is communicated Maintain knowledge of market conditions and competitive activities Other duties as needed About You Competitive eagerness to set yourself apart and achieve success Aggressive, energetic self-starter who enjoys working in a quota-driven environment, works well under pressure, and enjoys being on a large team Superior verbal and written communication skills via phone and email, with a keen attention to detail and excellent follow-up skills Excellent listening and analytical skills to assess the interests of prospects Experience meeting minimum call volume and/or talk-time goals Strong organizational skills and ability to manage time and workload Technical aptitude and the ability to successfully demonstrate and convey the value proposition behind NinjaOne's IT management software Coachable and eager to learn, with a solid work ethic and positive attitude Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, honor rules of engagement, and follow policies, processes, and procedures Bonus Skills include experience with Salesforce (or other CRM), SalesLoft, and other sales tools; as well as experience specifically working in or with, or selling, to IT departments, Resellers, MSPs, and Director/C-Level IT executives. No degree requirement About Us NinjaOne automates the hardest parts of IT, empowering more than 17,000 IT teams with visibility, security, and control over all endpoints. The NinjaOne platform is proven to increase productivity, while reducing risk and IT costs. NinjaOne is consistently ranked 1 for its world-class support and is the top-rated software on G2 in seven categories including endpoint management, remote monitoring and management, and patch management. What You'll Love Our flexible working hours with hybrid home office options enable you to successfully balance your personal life and your job Grow personally and together with one of the fastest growing companies globally Develop your skills through our renowned training platform Receive competitive compensation Collaborate with an amazing international workforce LI-Hybrid LI-MB1 • Mon, 27 MayNinjaOne

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