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Vice President, IT Risk Management Lead » Australia - Do you want your voice heard and your actions to count? Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 7th largest financial group in the world. Across the globe, we're 160,000 colleagues, striving to make a difference for every client, organization, and community we serve. We stand for our values, building long-term relationships, serving society, and fostering shared and sustainable growth for a better world. With a vision to be the world's most trusted financial group, it's part of our culture to put people first, listen to new and diverse ideas and collaborate toward greater innovation, speed and agility. This means investing in talent, technologies, and tools that empower you to own your career. Join MUFG, where being inspired is expected and making a meaningful impact is rewarded. About the role: The IT Risk Management Department Lead for Australia & New Zealand is responsible for identifying, assessing, and managing the IT information risks faced by the organisation. This role is pivotal in protecting the company from potential threats and uncertainties related to information security. The role will partner with the Asia Systems Office Oceania (ASOO) management and regional Asia Systems Office (ASO) leadership to lead the local IRMD (IT Risk Management Department) team and act as the Technology Information Security Officer (TISO) for Oceania. What you'll be doing: - Identify, assess, and prioritise potential IT risks to the organisation. - Support the development, review and implementation of appropriate IT risk management strategies and processes, in conjunction with the regional IRMD teams. - Own the development, alignment and integration of the local IT Information Security Risk Management Framework, Risk Appetite Statements, and Risk Policies. - Work with internal and external audit teams to ensure controls remain effective, and to drive closure of any findings that may eventuate. - Ensure appropriate RCSA (Risk Control Self-Assessment) processes are in place, that they are appropriate, and that they are actioned accordingly. - Communicate, enforce and oversee compliance to IT related policies, standards and processes across the organisation. - Ensure compliance with laws and regulations related to IT and keep the region up to date with local Oceania regulatory developments / requirements including but not limited to CPS234. - Work with stakeholders throughout the enterprise on identifying acceptable levels of residual risk. - Provide regular profiling and reporting on IT risks, issues, and controls to the Oceania business stakeholders and regional IT leaders. - Develop and maintain relationships with key business units within the organisation and key external stakeholders. - Own and drive the Access Control team in Oceania as part of the regional function team. - Be the representative for the regional IRMD team locally in Oceania. - Increase the awareness and importance of IT Risk across the region through effective communication and appropriate education strategies. What we are looking for: You'll have extensive experience in information risk management within the banking industry, with knowledge and exposure to local regulatory authorities, such as APRA, ASIC, RBNZ etc. You'll also have experience at implementing technology controls and standards to adhere to regulatory requirements such as CPS234 and others. Strong understanding of IT Governance, Risk & Compliance principles, IT Controls, and Cyber Security related risks is essential. Skills required: - Strong analytical and decision-making abilities - Excellent communication skills, with the ability to work with teams across different geographical locations - Self-motivated and independent, with the ability to clearly challenge process and decisions, as well as to set new standards to ensure best practices are always followed - Highly motivated and a willingness to get involved You'll likely have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or a related field (or equivalent experience), and preferably a "Certified Information Systems Security Professional" (CISSP), or "Certified Information Systems Auditor" (CISA) or "Certified Information Systems Manager" (CISM). MUFG Bank Ltd & MUFG Securities Asia Limited (collectively referred to as "MUFG") is an equal opportunity employer. We view our employees as our key assets as they are fundamental to our long-term growth and success. MUFG is committed to hiring based on merit and organsational fit, regardless of race, religion or gender. At MUFG, our colleagues are our greatest assets. Our Culture Principles provide a roadmap for how each of our colleagues must think and act to become more client-obsessed, inclusive and innovative. They reflect who we are, who we want to be and what we expect from one another. We are excited to see you take the next step in exploring a career with us and encourage you to spend more time reviewing them Our Culture Principles - Client Centric - People Focused - Listen Up. Speak Up. - Innovate & Simplify - Own & Execute • Fri, 24 MayMUFG
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Chief Information Officer » Brisbane, QLD - opportunity to impact technology and digital innovation in an influential central agency role. As Chief Information Officer... and manage the information and communication technology, information management, cyber security and digital capabilities for the... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Manager, Information and Records » Adelaide, SA - and people with disabilities. About the opportunity: An exciting opportunity has become available for a Manager, Information... and Records. The Manager, Information and Records is responsible for delivering efficient and effective information and records... • Fri, 07 JunGovernment of South Australia$106512 - 115137 per year
Oncology Information Systems (OIS) Manager » Sydney, NSW - Randwick, NSW - and ability to manage complex health information and technology systems within a clinical environment. Demonstrated experience leading...Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Health Manager Level 3 Remuneration... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$122850 - 139559 per year
Information Management Officer » Blacktown, NSW - . Qualifications and experience Essential: Certificate IV in Recordkeeping or Information Technology or a related field... for a suitably qualified professional to provide efficient and effective information and records management services to Blacktown... • Fri, 07 JunBlacktown City Council

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Library Technology Support Officer PX 92.24 » Spearwood, WA - , Information Technology and/or in a computer or technical discipline, and/or equivalent experience. Demonstrated high level.... Further Information: Amanda Heptinstall – Senior Library Manager on 9411 3814 Closing Date: Thursday 20 June 2024... • Fri, 07 JunCity of Cockburn$78894 per year
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IT Manager - Endpoint Platforms and Services » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Acknowledgement of Country CSIRO acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, sea and waters, of the area that we live and work on across Australia. We acknowledge their continuing connection to their culture and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. View our vision towards reconciliation Child safety CSIRO is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people involved in our activities and programs. View our Child Safe Policy . The opportunity Supportive, rewarding, inclusive environment. Innovative and collaborative workplace with fantastic flexibility Join CSIRO - Australia's premier research organisation The Endpoint Platforms & Services (EPS) team is responsible for developing and managing the Base Operating Environments (BOEs) for Windows, Citrix, Mac OS X, and Linux. This includes managing automated deployment of applications, security patches, hot-fixes, and configuration changes for each of the supported applications and BOE environments and providing third-level support for troubleshooting any application or OS related issues. The team also undertakes enterprise software administration and manages a select variety of commercial and in-house developed tools and scripts, as well as other endpoint management capabilities. The role of the Endpoint Platforms & Services Manager is a balance between technical service management and people leadership within the Information Management & Technology (IMT) IT Services function, reporting to the Executive Manager of Enterprise Platforms. The EPS Manager is responsible for overseeing the technical leadership and implementation of functional services, systems, processes, and deliverables against our organisational and governmental requirements. The role also incorporates line management of the team, including the development, optimisation, and maturity growth of the workforce capability. Your duties will include: Lead a team within the IT Services group to successfully deliver enterprise platforms & services, including Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems, Citrix offerings, enterprise software administration, and various other endpoint management capabilities. Lead stakeholder engagement on more complex, highly integrated solutions and mentor others in leading stakeholder engagement of less complex solutions. Take responsibility for effective team performance including the development of team members. Direct and coordinate the completion of complex technical projects and undertake development, implementation or standardisation of procedures and techniques. Typically take a leading role in the effective transfer of new technology to the organisation. Work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary, geographically dispersed team to carry out tasks in support of CSIRO’s objectives. Location: Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Perth Salary: AU$126,313 - AU$148,014 plus 15.4% superannuation Tenure: Specified term of 3 years Reference: 97020 To be considered you will need: Essential Tertiary qualifications in Information Technology or 8 years of relevant experience in IT. Extensive experience managing IT platforms, systems, services, processes, assets and budgets, including service reporting. Technical understanding of platforms and services relating to Endpoints/Desktop management. Sound experience as a senior individual or leader within a similar IT service delivery and customer-focused environment, either supporting enterprise or scientific research and development teams. A proven track record as a leader that has demonstrated initiative and self-motivation, as well as the ability to motivate and inspire others. Demonstrated experience building successful relationships in a complex delivery/client environment, including team direct reports, multiple stakeholders, suppliers, and peer delivery groups. For full details about this role please review the Position Description Eligibility Applications for this position are open to Australian/New Zealand Citizens. Appointment to this role is subject to the ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the Negative Vetting 1 level Appointment to this role is subject to provision of a national police check and may be subject to other security/medical/character requirements. Flexible working arrangements We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Diversity and inclusion We are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIRO At CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. CSIRO is committed to values-based leadership to inspire performance and unlock the potential of our people. Join us and start creating tomorrow today How to apply Please apply on-line and provide a cover letter and CV that best demonstrate your motivation and ability to meet the requirements of this role. Applications close Wednesday 3rd of July 2024, 11:00pm AEST Shortlisting for this role will take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once a suitable candidate has been appointed, Please consider applying as soon as possible. • Fri, 07 JunCSIRO
Enterprise - A&A IT Auditor - Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change and drive disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities. KPMG’s Enterprise Audit division is establishing a IT Audit practice dedicated to support the evaluation of our audit clients’ IT control environment. A greater expectation and requirement on Finance to have a robust control environment propelled many companies to automate controls and tighten its access security. Consequently, this has created a growing demand from a broad range of our evolving audit clients to rely on their IT controls for financial reporting. Your Opportunity We are looking for suitably experienced Managers to join our growing Enterprise team on a permanent basis, who are passionate about technology risk and assurance, with a focus on IT External Audit. This exciting opportunity will require you to play an active management role in continuing to grow the practice and be a part of an experienced and innovative team. Manage small teams of talented KPMG professionals and oversee the planning and execution of a portfolio of IT Enterprise Audit client engagements. Determine during the planning phase that the engagement team has the appropriate proficiencies, resources, tools and capabilities deployed to drive audit quality. Lead integration of data analytics and automation in the audit delivery. Develop and present clear and concise IT Audit reports and presentations. Support proposal and business development activities by assisting in the identification of new target clients, building business relationships with key executives, and developing/presenting proposals. How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Solid experience in IT external Audit or attestation preferred Post graduate qualifications such as CISA/CISM/CRISC, CA/CPA or a Master’s degree in an appropriate field preferred A tertiary qualification (preferably information systems and commerce or related) Demonstrated track record of client management, project management/delivery, and business development success Demonstrated supervisory and team management experience Strong written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT workplace inclusion. Our commitment to ‘Flexibility’ allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience KPMG: Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary • Fri, 07 JunKPMG Australia
IT Project Management_Professional Internship Program » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Increase your marketability to employers. Do you want to start your career in IT project management field? Or are you thinking even bigger? With our Professional Internship Program, you will have the opportunity to learn best practices and own projects from start to finish with teams that specialise in IT. Upon completion of the program, you will be eligible to undertake an internship placement relevant to your field of study. Learning Opportunities with our host companies: You will be a part of a professional IT team and shadowing project manager. You will learn how to deliver the projects effectively and efficiently. You will have the insights to learn about the PMO frameworks, processes, templates and tools. You will get the opportunity to plan, coordinate and implement assigned projects. You have the exposure related to project plans, budgeting, project scope and learn how to engage with the stakeholders. You will be performing all the activities under the company's Project Manager's guidance and supervision. Please note: Responsibilities and detailed IT projects will be determined based on your educational background, interests, and skills. To register for the Program, you must be: Currently studying or recently completed relevant into Information Technology, Project Management, Engineering degree. Able to demonstrate English language proficiency or be a native speaker. Keen interest in PM processes and methodologies. About Eightfold Institute of Australia: Eightfold Institute of Australia is a nationally recognised training organisation - RTO Code 22577 dedicated to helping students and graduates to develop their knowledge, skills and abilities by providing Professional Development and Internship Programs. We provide you with actual industry experience in your profession and the skills to help you succeed in your career. A key focus is to keep this program to maximise your work integrated learning experience and also to understand Australian workplace culture to enhance your career success. Fees apply for the program. You’ll get first-hand industry insights and develop your professional network. The program improves your work readiness and general skills to help with future employment opportunities. Register your interest with our Professional Development and Internship Program. There is no better place to show what you’re made of – apply now • Fri, 07 JunEightfold Institute of Australia
Team Leader Information Management » Toowoomba, QLD - to improve service delivery. About Your Opportunity The Team Leader Information Management will be responsible for leading... a team of information and document management professionals to ensure the effective management, organization, and utilization... • Thu, 06 JunSeqwater$118579 - 129013 per year
Ref 2887/24 ServiceNow Enterprise Service Management Administrator, Information Technology and Digital Services » Australia - . About the Role Information Technology and Digital Services is seeking an experienced professional to fill the role... experience in an appropriate discipline. You will have demonstrated experience working within information technology services in... • Thu, 06 JunWestern Sydney University$130740 - 145135 per year
Information and Communication Technology and Library Officer » Highgate, WA - is also available For further job related information: Please contact Shannon Davies, Manager Corporate Services by telephoning (08) 9253 2700... also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of Western Australia$66449 - 71191 per year
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... – Risk in Change Technology professional for our Core Banking program of work. This newly created role is a key contributor... • Thu, 06 JunING
Executive Manager, Technology Delivery » Australia - Deliver strategic Technology projects and programs Manage complex Technology, Regulatory, Product and Transformational... and issues are actively managed. Provide overall delivery leadership to multi discipline teams across Technology... • Thu, 06 JunSuncorp
Technology Risk and Compliance Manager » Sydney, NSW - Management principles and RM tools. Previous experience working as a Risk and Compliance Manager within a fast paced and agile... to support various levels of management (up to C-Suite). Passion for Technology and Innovation If you are seeking the... • Thu, 06 JunPeoplebank
IT Service Management Lead » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - IT Service Management Lead Permanent - Full Time (Hybrid 3 days onsite, 2 days WFH) Band 8- $120,339.78 - $134,850.06 super RDO (RDO applicable for full time 38 hours per week only) Supportive and Friendly team environment where we value growth and development Hybrid/flexible working arrangements and an emphasis on work/life balance Work in a dynamic and collaborative environment. The Municipality is committed to efficiently and effectively servicing the community to the highest standards, protecting, enhancing, and developing the City’s physical and social environment and building the population and business base. A major imperative of the Organisation is the introduction of a best value framework with an emphasis on customer service and continuous improvement. The IT Service Management Lead plays a pivotal role in driving organisational success by ensuring that IT services are aligned with business goals and delivered with the highest level of quality and efficiency. You will provide leadership and guidance across the organisation service management best practices to ensure effective, reliable, and efficient IT Services are delivered. Key Responsibilities Lead and support the ongoing establishment of a ITIL service operations capability. Develop and implement IT Service Management systems and processes based on industry best practice. Ensure compliance with best practices and standards across the organisation. Regularly review and update processes to align with changing business needs and technology trends. Collaborate with various IT teams to ensure seamless integration of ITIL processes into daily operations. Act as a point of escalation for complex incidents and problems, working closely with technical teams to ensure timely resolution. Conduct root cause analysis and implement corrective actions to prevent recurring Responsibility for ensuring both service levels and operational metrics are being monitored effectively, Service levels are being met and taking proactive actions to remediate and implement corrective or improvement. Responsibility to ensure support procedures and work instructions are maintained and lead the development of any new procedures where required. Provide advice and expertise on IT Service Management activities in context of the Service Management Tools in use. Ability to express complex concepts, issues and ideas into various media including proposals, presentations, documentation, operating models and process designs. Experience in service management process design and implementation. Conduct training sessions for IT staff to ensure understanding and adherence to ITIL processes. Implement monitoring mechanisms to track the effectiveness of ITIL processes. Adapt to evolving workplace demands by engaging in other tasks and functions as required for the seamless operation of the organisation. Embrace additional assignments and support various departmental needs as they arise, showcasing adaptability and a commitment to the organisation's success. Qualifications & Experience Degree or Diploma with relevant experience plus post graduate qualifications or qualifications/experience in another field or lesser formal qualifications with extensive and diverse experience, or intensive specialist experience in Business Analytics, Information Technology, Project Management, or related discipline. Minimum 3 years’ experience in service management. ITIL certification required. Yarra City Council is dynamic Organisation. We pride ourselves on our inclusive culture. We aim to make a positive difference in people’s lives. For further information see the position description or contact Ragu Mantatikar on ragu.mantatikaryarracity.vic.gov.au 100731- IT Service Management Lead.pdf Applications close on Friday 21 June 2024 at 11:55pm. In your application, please include/attach your Resume and 1-page Cover Letter. In your Cover Letter, provide an brief overview addressing the Key Selection Criteria (KSC) as outlined in the Position Description. A separate document addressing KSC is not required. This position is subject to satisfactory Police Check, Working with Children Check, evidence of full COVID-19 vaccination and a pre-employment medical assessment prior to commencement. Pre-employment checks are not used by Yarra City Council to prevent any applicant from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Yarra City Council is committed to being a child safe organisation and supports flexible and accessible working arrangements for all. This includes people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer. We draw pride and strength from our diversity, remain open to new approaches and actively foster an inclusive workplace that celebrates the contribution made by all our people. • Thu, 06 JunYarra City Council
IT Applications Manager » Mannering Park, Wyong Area - cs1178817 IT Applications Manager https://www.ictcareer.com.au/jobs/5635-delta-electricity/78817 IT Applications Manager Are you looking for the next step in your career? This varied and challenging role offers an excellent opportunity to grow with a well-established business About the Role Reporting into the Chief Information Officer, this newly created position will plan, manage applications deployment, develop maintenance strategy and operational support processes to ensure the continued effective and efficient support of Delta’s business processes. Qualities you will need to succeed in this role Ideally you will have a tertiary qualification in Information Technology and extensive leadership experience within the IT space. You have extensive business skills to understand business objectives & identify practical applications of IT to support these objectives. You’re a problem solver and can resolve complex application issues with best practice solutions. You’re strategic in your IT planning and have substantial knowledge of a wide range contemporary application tools, application products, middleware and databases to ensure efficiency. What We Offer Excellent salary package super bonus potential Flexible work location, Central Coast | Sydney CBD Study, fitness, employee discounts and novated lease programs Employee Assistance Program Excellent work-life balance along with ongoing training and development. About Delta At Delta, we support flexibility and encourage a work life balance by offering flexible work arrangements, an Employee Assistance Program, Fitness benefits, and more. By joining our team, you will be exposed to a wide variety of challenges and will contribute to driving our culture to meet our mission of generating electricity safely, reliably, and competitively while respecting our workmates, customers, community and the environment. We value an engaging and unique work environment through promoting an inclusive and diverse culture where we empower individuals. We want our team to reach their potential by offering ongoing opportunities for career development. What’s next? Are you interested in learning more about the role, the business and vision for the future? Visit our Delta websites www.de.com.au Applications close Midnight Sunday 9 June, 2024 MANNERING PARK NSW Delta Electricity IT Jobs 31/05/2024 09/06/2024 • Thu, 06 JunDelta Electricity
IT Project Manager » Ringwood, Maroondah Area - The Company Our client is an Australian not-for-profit business which has created great job outcomes for everyday Australians daily. Our client's purpose is to inspire people and enable businesses and communities to create employment solutions that change lives for the better. People are the foundation of our business and the reason we do what we do. The Role Reporting directly into the Head of IT, the role will be responsible for joining a Website Development project which has already started and helping to get the project on track and through to a successful completion. Specifically, the Project Manager will: Create and maintain a detailed project plan including all project activities, resources, goals, objectives, scope, assumptions, constraints, dependencies, functional and technical requirements. Provide full visibility and transparency on project risks and mitigation strategies, and clearly communicate resourcing, planning and budgetary risks and issues to key stakeholders. Manage thorough quality assurance checks to ensure that websites meet established standards for functionality, performance, and usability. Manage the troubleshooting and resolution of any defects identified during testing, ensuring that the final product meets or exceeds expectations. Perform regular project reporting including reporting on schedule, budget, scope, quality, risks, issues, dependencies, team, stakeholders, and benefits. Take full responsibility for the definition, documentation, and successful completion of the project, ensuring that realistic project, quality, change control and risk management processes are maintained. Your Profile You are an immediately available IT Project Manager with the following skills: PMP and Agile Certifications 5 years' experience in a Project Management function 5 years' experience in the Software Development Life Cycle (SLDC) specially in an Agile environment Prior experience in managing the development of websites and mobile apps. Strong digital project delivery experience. Excellent project management skills including budget, benefit, schedule, and team management skills. Demonstrate excellent internal communication skills, providing clear and concise briefs to the strategy, creative and technical teams. Strong analytical, problem solving and negotiation skills. Strong stakeholder engagement skills and an ability to maintain good working relationships. Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button or for further information, contact our Melbourne office on 9691 3666. Job Reference Number: 06810-00 12985168 Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: https://www.roberthalf.com.au/melbourne By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Wed, 05 JunRobert Half
Teacher - Design and Technology » Perth, WA - Armadale, WA - Are you passionate about Design and Technology and committed to excellence in teaching and learning? Harrisdale... Senior High School (SHS) is seeking to appoint a teacher in the Design Technology area who possesses the dedication and drive... • Wed, 05 JunGovernment of Western Australia$78397 - 113568 per year
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IT Operations Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - At ING we encourage you to `do your thing`, to do more of what you love. This is also the way we articulate our promise to offer frictionless banking. Daily Banking Tribe is looking for an IT Operations Manager to join the IT Leadership team. This is a newly created position and a critical role in helping ING keep the bank safe, one of the bank’s main strategic pillars. Reporting to the IT Area Lead, the IT Operations Manager will drive operational excellence and ensure the health and availability of the IT systems. Join us Together we`ll empower people and organisations to realise their own vision for a better future What you’ll do … Ensuring timely resolution of incident and problem tickets. Effectively managing IT risk and providing the tribe a forward view on key focus areas. Developing a sustainable framework for successful execution for the growing demands on IT risk. Developing a roadmap for Lifecycle Management of the tribes IT landscape. Responsible for Patch and vulnerability, Capacity and performance management. Developing performance metrics aligned to the bank’s strategic objectives. Partnering with senior stakeholders to communicate our risk and stability position. What we’re looking for… Demonstrated experience in working and managing timely delivery of complex projects with team spread across geographical locations. Experience with working with Agile delivery. Experience working in Financial Services (preferably Retail Banking) is ideal with payment experience. Good knowledge of bank applications architecture and integration. Has strong communication skills and is capable of influencing stakeholders to ensure optimal outcomes are achieved. Ability to operate on own initiative with a pro-active attitude. Ability to work effectively across both business and technology stakeholders at an executive level. What’s in it for you? Drop everything and learn with over 16,000 professional and personal development courses to choose from. Discounted ING Health Insurance. An additional Rest Day to support your wellbeing. An IMPACT Day to volunteer on 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 Mia Annamalai at mia.annamalaiing.com . Application close date 19/06/24. Apply • Wed, 05 JunING Direct
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EL1 - VIP/Priority IT Services Manager » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The opportunity we have available The VIP/Priority IT Support Manager is a key leadership role within the Information Services Branch (ISB), leading the department's VIP/Priority IT Support service offering by establishing and maintaining critical relationships with the department's VIP stakeholders which include Government Ministers within the department's ministerial portfolio, their support staff and electorate offices as well as the Senior Executives. A merit pool may be established for a period of 18 months from the date of this advertisement as a result of the selection process. The key duties of the position include What will you do? VIP/Priority IT Support delivery is fast-paced and outcome driven. The VIP/Priority Services Manager will develop and maintain cohesive service delivery mechanisms and establish a culture of superior customer service delivery and continuous improvement to meet the needs of the department's most important stakeholders. You will plan, implement and review IT processes in order to meet demanding customer requirements. The VIP/Priority IT Services Manager will use their initiative and experience to analyse, review and adjust priorities and work activities of the VIP/Priority IT Support team to meet business outcomes. The VIP/Priority IT Services Manager reports to the Director, End user Support, and is directly responsible for: The operation of the VIP/Priority IT Support service offering to the department's VIP stakeholders, including the operation of the VIP/Priority IT Support Team and managing the relationship with Information Services Branch's onsite service delivery business partners. Collaborate with Information Services Branch teams to coordinate the department's IT Support offering at Ministerial stakeholder locations including Parliament House and ministerial and electorate offices across Australia. Providing a direct escalation point for VIP stakeholder incidents and problems, including after-hours support escalations and responding to business interruptions. Executing urgent ad-hoc procurement to meet VIP stakeholder operational requirements. Building and cultivating effective and constructive relationships with VIP stakeholders, including Senior Executive, Ministerial offices and corporate partners and vendors. Who are we looking for? The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, mature age people, people from diverse backgrounds and people with disability. We are seeking candidates that can bring their diverse client relations and customer service experience to a high-pressure IT service delivery environment to meet the needs of our Ministerial and Senior Executive stakeholders. The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate strong leadership skills at the executive level to guide the VIP/Priority IT Support team to work collaboratively to achieve the strategic objectives of the Information Services Branch and the Department. You will show initiative, sound judgement, integrity and personal drive. You work effectively under pressure and in a changing environment to deliver high-quality advice and outcomes. You will understand, respect and safeguard the operations of Ministerial Stakeholders. You have a strong commitment to motivating staff at all levels to bring their best and whole self to their role, while supporting their professional development. Specific requirements of the role: A comprehensive understanding of Government operations including the operations of Ministerial Offices and associated Parliamentary functions and processes. Exhibit an understanding and respect to safeguard the operations of the Department's Ministerial and Senior Executive Stakeholders. Be a skilled communicator with the ability to explain complex technical concepts to a wide range of audiences with varying needs including Ministerial stakeholders, the Senior Executive Service, business stakeholders and external parties. Demonstrate excellent influencing, negotiation and engagement skills and experience in developing effective networks and building strong relationships with stakeholders. Flexibility to adjust to multiple demands, shifting priorities, ambiguity and rapid change. Showcase confident leadership skills drawing on relevant experience across a broad range of project and administrative matters. Be highly motivated and capable of working in a fluid and evolving environment, with a track record of achieving results. Demonstrate sound leadership qualities by taking ownership of tasks and being accountable for the outcomes delivered by the VIP/Priority IT Support team. Display sound judgement and personal drive with the ability to think on your feet. Work effectively under pressure and in a changing environment to deliver high-quality advice and outcomes. Develop and maintain an understanding IT service delivery frameworks and practices including ITSM/ITIL, Incident Management, Release and Change Management. Experience with managing multi-site support teams, fostering a culture of collaboration and focus on process is essential. The successful candidates will be expected to perform these duties in alignment with the Australian Public Service (APS) Work Level Standards at the Executive Level 1 classification. • Tue, 04 JunAPS
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
IT Programme Manager » Chiswick, Canada Bay Area - Great that you're thinking about a career with BSI About the role: BSI are currently seeking an IT Programme Manager to work closely with individual Business Units to establish, shape and lead the delivery of a number of Projects within budget, quality and to agreed timescales. This exciting opportunity will ensure Projects within a Programme are delivered in accordance with BSI's Solutions Delivery Change Framework and will act as a "champion" in supporting Project Managers to deliver against this framework. Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities: Establish, shape and lead delivery of all Projects within a Programme to achieve required Business outcomes ie establish the fundamental components of a Programme (scope, plan, resource requirements, roles/responsibilities, budgets, risks, issues and quality expectations). Lead the development and agreement of budgets for the Programme and ensure regular review of forecasts and actual costs in order to pre-empt any escalation to Senior Leadership. Ensuring BSI's Solutions Delivery Change Framework is applied to all Programmes and that deliverables comply with the quality standards set by the IT PMO & EPMO. Establish strong working relationships with IT Business Partners in order to help shape the initial Programme of work and then provide ongoing support as necessary throughout the Delivery lifecycle. Be the "Trusted Advisor" to Senior Stakeholders/Business Units/Project Sponsors across BSI in all dealings relating to the successful delivery of Programmes. Provide strong insight to enable decision-making and help guide the direction of Programmes. Take part part in Strategic Business Meetings/Forums/Workshops in order to gain key insight which will benefit the Programme and the wider IT Solutions Delivery Team. Establish relationships with internal and external (to IT) Delivery Teams so that any interdependencies, risks, issues and constraints are understood and can be communicated back to the IT Solutions Delivery Team. Establish and manage reviews of Programmes at appropriate points during delivery, in order to ensure compliance against the Solutions Delivery Change Framework and continued business benefit of said Programmes. Where necessary, provide guidance, support and intervention/escalation. Monitoring and management of Programme/Project risks and planning/implementing responses accordingly. Empowering and inspiring the resources allocated to a Programme to deliver successful outcomes. Providing development and coaching support as appropriate. Seeking independent feedback from Senior Stakeholders/Business Units/Project Sponsors on Programme Team's performance in order to ensure continuous improvement and share learnings internally with IT Solutions Delivery for the benefit of the wider Team. Producing/tailoring Programme status updates/MI to suit individual Stakeholder needs. Leading any discussions (with support from Legal, Finance and Procurement) in the creation of new contracts for supplier services in order to deliver against the Programme. Knowledge and Experience Required: Project management methods and techniques (e.g., stakeholder management, planning and dependency management, issue and risk management, budget, and resource management) Business Case development Stakeholder management, negotiation, and conflict management Understands, respects, and takes account of the legitimate business and political drivers that influence stakeholders' behaviours Looks ahead for potential problems and takes preventative or mitigating actions in advance Communicates the true status of projects Change management and business/operational readiness Agile delivery experience and expertise Experience of Supplier contracts, statements of work and working with third party vendors Skills & Abilities: Extensive experience within Project Management having built a career into Programme Management. Successful track record of delivering global technology projects, managing project teams of 20 people Education & Qualifications: Educated to degree level or equivalent Formal project management certification - PMP/Prince2 or Similar LI-JT1 LI-Hybrid What We Offer: 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. Whenever you need to come into the office, we are located directly above Gunnersbury Tube station and should you wish to drive, we provide free onsite staff carpark at both our Chiswick & Milton Keynes offices. 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. 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, 03 JunEnvironmental & Occupational
IT Manager ( Australia) » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Due to substantial growth of the QinetiQ business, QinetiQ's IT operation is evolving to provide the technology and IT services that will underpin QinetiQ's future global strategy and ambitions. We are excited to announce we are now recruiting for a positive, forward thinking IT Manager (Australia) to join QinetiQ's IT family and lead our Australian IT delivery into the future. Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, the IT Manger (Australia) will lead a group of IT disciplined small/medium teams of IT professionals, overseeing QinetiQ Australia's IT operations ensuring effective delivery of fit-for-purpose IT services across QinetiQ's Australian operations. The IT Manager (Australia) will also play a key role in the development, design and implementation of QinetiQ's overall IT strategy, both in Australia and the greater QinetiQ global organisation. As the IT Manager (Australia) you will be accountable for: Leading, engaging, coaching and developing the high performing IT teams they lead, focusing on delivering operational excellence and quality outcomes for the QinetiQ Australia business; Effectively plan, manage and coordinate the day-to-day tasks and activities of the Operations Group ensuring the integrity and smooth operation of all of QinetiQ's ICT infrastructure and associated systems; Provide technical and professional leadership to QinetiQ's IT operational teams and provide direct line management to the managers/leads of those teams; Facilitating collaborative working, communication and cross-skilling between members of the IT operational teams and where appropriate with the greater IT sector group; Management and reporting of IT finances and budgets; Developing and Driving the successful execution of the IT Strategic Plan as it relates to QinetiQ Australia; Actively contributed to the development and continuous improvement of QinetiQ's IT Strategy, ensuring QinetiQ Australia's needs are represented and aligned to business objectives The Management/Oversight of IT projects and tasks, including planning, scheduling and implementation within allocated budgets and controls; Leading and promoting a positive cybersecurity culture within QinetiQ Australia As suitably experienced and well-rounded IT professional, the IT Manager (Australia) will need: Seasoned experience within the IT industry with demonstrable experience in senior IT management roles. Proven Management, Organisation and Leadership experience Proven experience in IT planning, task coordination, organization, support and development A strong strategic and business mind-set Highly developed communication and engagement skills, with the ability to deal with people at all levels of an organisation including liaising with a wide range of diverse IT & business stakeholders Sound knowledge and proven experience of IT systems management principles and processes; Working knowledge of technical infrastructure, networks, databases and systems and how they relate to IT Security and Risk Fundamental understanding and awareness of information security frameworks, such as ISM, NIST 800-53, ISO 2700 and how these are applied in operational environments Whilst not essential, a tertiary qualification would be advantageous. Candidates will need to be eligible to obtain a Negative Vetting Level 1 Australian Government Security Clearance. Whilst applications must be made online, confidential enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Roz Byrne, Talent Acquisition Specialist via email: rbyrneqinetiq.com.au Looking for an Employer with Benefits? At QinetiQ, our competitive remuneration and benefits package supports your evolving needs throughout your career. You'll share in the company's success, and be rewarded for your own. We'll invest in your professional development and provide an inclusive environment for you to succeed. Some of our benefits include: Individual professional development fund Flexible work Purchased leave program and loyalty leave Up to 18 weeks paid parental leave Annual incentive scheme Complimentary salary continuance insurance Annual volunteering leave with Operation Give Back Relaxed dress code A full list of our employee benefits and further information can be found here: https://www.qinetiq.com/en-au/careers/benefits If you are a highly motivated senior IT professional with a passion for technology and a track record of successful IT management, we would like to hear from you. LI-RB LI-hybrid • Mon, 03 JunQinetiq
IT Commercial Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - High performing, diverse, inclusive, and supportive team Proudly making a difference with the transition to renewable energy Access to corporate discounts | Fitness Passport | EAP The Opportunity This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to be part of an organisation dedicated to nation-building renewable energy projects that will provide on-demand energy and large-scale storage for many generations to come. In your new role you will lead the technology commercial function and be responsible for strategically managing and negotiating agreements, fostering a culture of strong vendor partnerships, overseeing vendor performance, and optimising asset and service procurement. A key responsibility in this role is to establish and maintain a robust vendor management framework. This will involve maintaining regular communication with vendors and ensuring compliance with contractual obligations through effective measurement and reporting of vendor KPIs. Additionally, you will implement a contract renewal cycle to streamline and optimise technology contracts. Building lasting partnerships with vendors is crucial, and you will be instrumental in facilitating access to industry knowledge and insights for the benefit of Transgrid. Collaboration with legal, risk, and finance functions will be essential to ensure smooth technology delivery across the organisation. About you Possession of relevant qualifications at degree level or equivalent experience. Minimum of 7 years of IT strategic negotiations and vendor management. Minimum of 4 years leading a team, with demonstrated capability uplift. Exceptional stakeholder management skills, both internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated experience running RFP's, with tier 1 and 2 service providers. Demonstrated experience building strong partnerships with vendors. Demonstrated experience resolving contractual issues. Strong communication, and presentation skills with the ability to influence. Ability to multitask and prioritise projects in a demanding environment. Superb negotiation capabilities. A pragmatic thinker, who can work towards a solution understanding valuing the art of negotiating. Broad knowledge of the technology industry. Must be team oriented and results focused. Recognition & Reward In return for your hard work, we have numerous benefits and initiatives to support you personally and professionally including but not limited to private health insurance discount, motor vehicle lease plan, career development support, study assistance program and workplace flexibility. Continue to make it happen for your career, and for the millions of Australians who rely on our services every day. Who we are At Transgrid, our work improves the lives of millions - from lighting up sports fields, schools and homes, to powering the wheels of commerce and everything else in between. Now it's your turn to make it happen. This is an exciting time in the energy industry with the transition to renewable energy. Recent government policy documents outline plans to facilitate increasing transmission interconnection between states and development of renewable energy zones. Applications close on Sunday 16 June 2024 Please note, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, we will assess applications as they are received. We do not accept agency introductions as Transgrid operates a direct sourcing model. Transgrid is committed to Health and Safety, the Environment, Equal Employment Opportunity, Diversity and Ethical Practices. All applicants are expected to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to these areas • Sun, 02 JunTransgrid
Ref 2529/24 Integration Analyst Developer, Information Technology and Digital Services » Sydney, NSW - -centred excellence. It's the perfect environment for you to thrive professionally. About the Role Information Technology... and support of information and communication technology, to support the University in teaching, learning, research and outreach... • Sat, 01 JunWestern Sydney University$117645 - 126892 per year
IT Project Manager » Cloverdale, Belmont Area - Perth Airport is Australia’s Western Hub connecting the people, businesses and communities of Western Australia with the rest of Australia and the world. Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year, Perth Airport plays a significant role in providing economic, social and cultural benefits to West Australians. With aviation bouncing back strongly after Covid-19 and with a surge in regional passenger numbers and activity it is time for us to get on and progress through a period of increased activity at Perth Airport, supporting the growth of the state of Western Australia and contributing to the prosperity of all Australians. The Perth Airport estate is spread over 2100 hectares and has developed a $1.3 billion portfolio of existing industrial premises and significant vacant land holdings. We have a unique opportunity for an experienced IT Project Manager. What you'll do: You will develop, lead and manage various technology projects through the full project lifecycle. Plus, you will deliver benefits to assist the business in achieving its goals, to the desired quality, on schedule and budget. About you: You are an experienced leader with previous project management experience. You will possess a professional qualification in project management, leadership, and business administration. You will also need experience with Microsoft Project software. A clear communicator who is able to make complex decisions whilst focusing on performance and accountability. Excellent planning and time management a must. About us: Perth Airport is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to building an equitable and diverse workforce representative of the community we serve. We encourage and welcome applications from all communities and backgrounds. Doing the right thing by the planet and future generations is important to us. At PAPL we place a strong emphasis on embedding sustainability throughout our business strategy and operations. We remain steadfast in our commitment to driving ESPG (Environmental, Social, People, Governance) performance across our value chain and areas that have material environmental and social impact. If this sounds like you please get in touch. • Sat, 01 JunPerth Airport
IT Vendor Management Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Newly created role - Full time, permanent Hybrid role 3 days office / 2 days home Work with a highly supportive, well-connected team About us: With almost 5,000 employees in 109 locations across Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia, EBOS Group is the largest and most diversified Australasian marketer, wholesaler and distributor of healthcare, medical and pharmaceutical products. It is also a leading marketer and distributor of recognised animal care brands. EBOS Group is publicly listed on the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges. The Opportunity: Here at EBOS Group we have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced IT Vendor Management Specialist to join our IT team. Based at our Melbourne Head office in Docklands and reporting into the IT Vendor Manager, this role will support the management of Technology vendors, including the sourcing, ongoing governance and relationships with vendors. You will also be required to report on vendor performance within EBOS Group as well as proactively identifying opportunities for realising greater value or savings from our vendor relationships. This role will give you an opportunity to apply your specialist skills and lead the provision of services through effective vendor management for IT Contracts and manage service delivery risks for the department as well as provide strategic advice to the leadership team on specialist areas of outsourced services. This is a great role which will require interaction with various stakeholders in terms of engagement and education, as such your strong communication, ability to build and maintain effective relationships as well as apply a high degree of influence will be critical to success. What you will do: Support management of the IT Vendors and Contract Management framework, which defines how technology measures, monitors and reports its contract and vendor performance. Conduct strategically focussed vendor and contract management, analysis, planning and reporting; Support the management of relationships with strategic third-party partners and other vendors as per the EBOS vendor management framework; Identify key contracts and vendors within Technology; Schedule contract review events and record keeping; Monitor and report on vendor's performance; Monitor and report on EBOS Group's contractual performance; Occupational Health and Safety. What we are looking for: Previous experience in IT vendor/commercial management including experience negotiating and managing low-medium value contacts; Tertiary qualification in IT or related discipline preferred; Understanding of business processes and basic corporate finance, management and accounting principles Exceptional analytical, statistical, quantitative, and deduction skills; Strong organisation skills, and ability to manage multiple assignments; Experience in Project Management; A knowledge of current trends/movements in vendor management, and in the Technology market within Australia; Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel, Power BI. Benefits This is a unique opportunity to work in a company where you are valued, given the recognition you deserve and suitably rewarded for your hard work. Other benefits include: Employee Share Plan; Company Paid Parental Leave; Employee Assistance Program for Mental Health Wellbeing; Staff Awards; Employee Referral Program; Health Insurance Discounts; And More. We are committed to fostering a workplace that values diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, we actively strive to build a gender-equitable team and cultivate a culture that embraces individuals from all walks of life. We welcome applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds, abilities, ages, and cultures (including First Nations Peoples). Our commitment to inclusivity extends to supporting candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require any accommodations due to disability, please inform us by reaching out to HRebosgroup.com. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce enriches our organisation and contributes to our success. How to apply If you believe that you have the necessary attributes to succeed in this challenging and rewarding role, please click APPLY and submit your application now. Pre-employment checks may be required and will be discussed with the successful candidate. We are unable to proceed with your application if your current visa restrictions preclude you from being able to perform the role in line with immigration laws. No agency assistance required. • Sat, 01 JunSymbion
IT Vendor Management Specialist » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Newly created role - Full time, permanent Hybrid role 3 days office / 2 days home Work with a highly supportive, well-connected team About us: With almost 5,000 employees in 109 locations across Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia, EBOS Group is the largest and most diversified Australasian marketer, wholesaler and distributor of healthcare, medical and pharmaceutical products. It is also a leading marketer and distributor of recognised animal care brands. EBOS Group is publicly listed on the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges. The Opportunity: Here at EBOS Group we have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced IT Vendor Management Specialist to join our IT team. Based at our Melbourne Head office in Docklands and reporting into the IT Vendor Manager, this role will support the management of Technology vendors, including the sourcing, ongoing governance and relationships with vendors. You will also be required to report on vendor performance within EBOS Group as well as proactively identifying opportunities for realising greater value or savings from our vendor relationships. This role will give you an opportunity to apply your specialist skills and lead the provision of services through effective vendor management for IT Contracts and manage service delivery risks for the department as well as provide strategic advice to the leadership team on specialist areas of outsourced services. This is a great role which will require interaction with various stakeholders in terms of engagement and education, as such your strong communication, ability to build and maintain effective relationships as well as apply a high degree of influence will be critical to success. What you will do: Support management of the IT Vendors and Contract Management framework, which defines how technology measures, monitors and reports its contract and vendor performance. Conduct strategically focussed vendor and contract management, analysis, planning and reporting; Support the management of relationships with strategic third-party partners and other vendors as per the EBOS vendor management framework; Identify key contracts and vendors within Technology; Schedule contract review events and record keeping; Monitor and report on vendor’s performance; Monitor and report on EBOS Group’s contractual performance; Occupational Health and Safety. What we are looking for: Previous experience in IT vendor/commercial management including experience negotiating and managing low-medium value contacts; Tertiary qualification in IT or related discipline preferred; Understanding of business processes and basic corporate finance, management and accounting principles Exceptional analytical, statistical, quantitative, and deduction skills; Strong organisation skills, and ability to manage multiple assignments; Experience in Project Management; A knowledge of current trends/movements in vendor management, and in the Technology market within Australia; Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel, Power BI. Benefits This is a unique opportunity to work in a company where you are valued, given the recognition you deserve and suitably rewarded for your hard work. Other benefits include: Employee Share Plan; Company Paid Parental Leave; Employee Assistance Program for Mental Health Wellbeing; Staff Awards; Employee Referral Program; Health Insurance Discounts; And More. We are committed to fostering a workplace that values diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, we actively strive to build a gender-equitable team and cultivate a culture that embraces individuals from all walks of life. We welcome applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds, abilities, ages, and cultures (including First Nations Peoples). Our commitment to inclusivity extends to supporting candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require any accommodations due to disability, please inform us by reaching out to HRebosgroup.com . We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce enriches our organisation and contributes to our success. How to apply If you believe that you have the necessary attributes to succeed in this challenging and rewarding role, please click APPLY and submit your application now. Pre-employment checks may be required and will be discussed with the successful candidate . We are unable to proceed with your application if your current visa restrictions preclude you from being able to perform the role in line with immigration laws. No agency assistance required. Advertised: 29 May 2024 8:30 AM AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 26 Jun 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time • Sat, 01 JunEBOS Group Limited
Technology Specialist (Infrastructure) - Catholic Education Office » Rockhampton, QLD - . Your Role An exciting opportunity currently exists within the Catholic Education Office to join the Information Technology..., .png) file formats. Further information For a confidential conversation please contact Jason Ramm, IT Manager... • Fri, 31 MayCatholic Diocese of Rockhampton$100579 - 111752 per year
Teacher - Design and Technology » Baldivis, WA - Baldivis Secondary College (SC) is seeking a passionate and innovative Teacher – Design and Technology... also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of Western Australia$78397 - 113568 per year
IT Audit Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - RSM offers the combined benefits of a big firm including extensive networks, training and career opportunities – within a highly supportive, people oriented workplace. This combination provides a great environment to build skills and confidence. We help our people achieve to their best. The technology team is a specialist team under the wider Risk Advisory Services cohort. You will be working closely with others within this specialist field, gaining exposure to numerous cyber security, information security and privacy related services. You will be provided with the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skillset with the dedicated support and guidance from both subject matter experts, as well as senior management. Position Summary Successful candidates will be responsible for effectively delivering engagements/projects and managing junior staff. You will be skilled and experienced at scoping, planning, delivery and reporting of IT general control (ITGC) reviews and keen to learn more about cyber security, information security and privacy related services. Key Responsibilities: Provide client management with guidance on IT risk management, particularly on application, database, operating system and network infrastructure controls. Help identify improvement opportunities for clients and write reports for clients with recommendations for identified findings. Perform technology risk assessments, assess the effectiveness of processes/controls and make recommendations to improve the technology control environment. Ensure completion of each assignment to a high-quality standard, within budget and on or before deadlines, while controlling the progress of other assignments. Co-ordinate the engagement, liaise with client, mentor and coach the team, and ensure IT audit methodology compliance. Work closely with other Risk Consulting and External Audit team members in delivery of reviews. Assist partners and managers in business development activities. Education Requirements: Relevant tertiary degree and/or qualification is essential. Certified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA®) qualified or nearly qualified (desired). Demonstrated Experience & Attributes Minimum 4 years’ experience in IT audit, internal controls or risk management. Experience performing IT general controls, technology risk assessments, testing or auditing against technology standards or governance frameworks. Knowledge of IT processes, project management, applications, databases, operating systems and network infrastructure to apply better practice guidance and identify opportunities for improvement. Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills, able to communicate effectively in verbal and written format with technical and non-technical audiences. Experience managing a client portfolio, able to provide first class service in response to client demands. Strong attention to detail and prioritising skills, able to produce high quality work autonomously and as part of a team. Interested in developing skills further and working on engagements related to cybersecurity or information security standards or governance frameworks. Life at RSM: RSM provides a great environment to build skills and confidence and we help our people achieve their best. We are trusted advisors to our clients, so it is critical for us to find the right people for the job on offer. Our network of offices across Australia and around the world allow us to offer a personal service to all our clients regardless of where they are Working for RSM entitles everyone to a wide range of leading health, wellness financial and lifestyle benefits. How to apply: Please click one the "apply now" button and complete our online application form. Agencies, thank you for thinking of us, but our recruitment is managed internally, and we will reach out to our preferred suppliers if we need assistance. • Fri, 31 MayRSM Australia
IT Manager » Parkes, South Canberra - Positioned within the IT team, the EL1 IT Manager is responsible for the Museum's IT operations as well as the implementation and planning of whole of agency ICT projects. This position must work effectively with business representatives, internal and external stakeholders, and team members to achieve results, and ensure that systems and infrastructure are delivered in a way that supports and promotes the agency's strategic objectives. The individual is in part responsible for the ongoing management of the IT roadmap and will periodically report to executive management on its progress. This position is responsible for managing agency wide ICT procurements in-line with Department of Finance, and internal procurement policies and guidance, as well as the whole of agency ICT operational and capital expenditure budgets. This individual will be documenting business systems and processes with the eye on going "cloud first", ensuring that the agency can reduce its on premise footprint overtime. The position will include the drafting of policies and procedures that are in line with the ACSC's PSPF and ISM requirements and guidelines, and documenting any changes to the agency's digital systems as they happen. MoAD is an Essential Eight site, which means that the applicant will be required to have experience in this area and be responsible for its maturity management if successful. As the position is responsible for the management of multiple team members, it will be providing guidance, instructions and will be ensuring that bodies of work are progressing as expected. This position is also the final escalation point and manager of the internal helpdesk, and the prime contact for all externally procured and managed services for ongoing operations. The key duties of the position include Under the supervision of the EL2 Head IT, the position will be: Analysing current business processes and workflows to identify and improve systems and practices while meeting business objectives and responsibilities. Supervise and train the IT staff members, catching up regularly and ensuring that deliveries are met. Monitor and manage the internal helpdesk platform, including supporting other agency sections in troubleshooting and triage. Coordinate the delivery of whole of agency digital and infrastructure projects, including scoping, planning, implementation, and maintenance plans. Gather and investigate information from diverse sources to identify risks and opportunities relating to system development, and report on findings at Project and ICT Steering Committee meetings. As Old Parliament House is a heritage building the position will be working with the relevant areas to ensure that impacts of projects and infrastructure are considered and approved from a heritage perspective. In partnership with the IT, Facilities and Security teams, deliver security focused solutions and processes to comply with both internal and Whole of Australian Government security policies and frameworks. Monitor whole of agency compliance with system implementation policies and procedures. Foster both intra-agency and inter-agency collaboration across ICT projects and initiatives, including cyber security and records management. Conduct self-directed research to identify business needs and suggest digital solutions to those needs, ensuring that a wide range of ideas and viewpoints are considered. Manage whole of agency ICT procurements and supplier relationships to ensure operations and projects are delivered on time and within budget. Work towards a "cloud first" systems hosting and consumption model to support high availability and evolving the agency's strategic outlook . • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Senior IT Project Manager » Australia - Own the end-to-end delivery of medium to complex IT projects across the Ampol Fuel Supply Chain Hybrid work opportunities, Alexandria headquarters About Ampol Here at Ampol, we are proud of our heritage as Australia's only owned fuel brand. Fuel may be the foundation of our business, but our motivation and purpose come from the people, industries, and communities we engage with. From our origins until today, we've always been inspired by the role we can play in people's lives - to keep them moving, to make journeys happen. In the next few years, Ampol will be evolving our energy offering to ensure we continue to meet the ongoing needs of our customers whilst best leveraging marketplace opportunities as they arise. We are investing in our infrastructure and people to ensure that we can continue to provide, safe, reliable, and competitive supply to our valued customers. For over 100 years we have supported Australians to travel far and wide, and we'll be here for 100 more powering better journeys. The role: As a business that never stops transforming, our people are challenged with making it happen. Whether it's dreaming up big ideas, questioning the norm, or solving complex problems, we are tasked with making an impact on the business that will take us into the future. Our collaborative culture means effective decision making informed by diverse thinking, cross functional-working teams and access to experts across our business. People are at the heart of our success, and we have a current opportunity for a Senior Project Manager to manage the project lifecycle of multiple projects from concept into transition to operations, in line with Ampol methods and procedures. This is a permanent position based in our Alexandria, Sydney HQ, with flexible, hybrid work options available. You'll take us further by: Successfully completing complex projects, with significant business, political, or high-profile impact, and high-risk dependencies, impacting the IT landscape supporting the Ampol Fuel Supply Chain (including Refinery, Terminal and Depot operations) Leading the successful delivery of diverse systems integration and business projects from concept to closure within scope, time, budgetary and resourcing constraints; Being comfortable to deliver in both Traditional (waterfall) and Agile project environments. Effectively building and sustaining solid work relationships with a wide range of project stakeholders; Providing timely and accurate information and reports specific to the performance of projects; Serves as a role model for project management & challenges others to develop to the best of their abilities. Promoting and ensure the use of Ampol's Project and Portfolio management techniques, methodologies, processes and tools. About You: You have Project Management experience gained from managing medium to large IT systems and business change projects within complex operating environments. You have Tertiary Project Management certifications in either Prince 2 or PMBOK Previous experience of delivery projects within a diverse range of industries, ideally with exposure to either Energy, Industrial or Manufacturing sectors. Your success as a Project Manager is evidenced by your ability to demonstrate leadership amongst the team, influence a broad group of stakeholders and delegating responsibilities effectively across the Team to ensure key milestones are met on time and within budget. We'll take you further by: Our total remuneration is competitive. This is across base salary, a performance incentive, employee share offers and a 25% discount on Fuel for two privately used cars We are flexible. Many of our teams have embraced hybrid work, balancing time spent remote working, with time spent at an office to connect and work together where it adds value. We value recognition. We have an internal recognition platform amplifying the achievements of those who do great work and demonstrate our capabilities and values. Career development and learning opportunities including LinkedIn Learning and other tailored training solutions. Paid Parental Leave - up to 12 weeks paid Parental leave, and up to a year off (unpaid). In addition to the 12 months of unpaid parental leave, employees may apply for a further 12 months of unpaid parental leave (a total of 24 months for each birth) BabyCare Package - financial and flexible support for parents transitioning back to work. Need some wheels? Novated Lease options are available. Invest in your future with the Employee Share Scheme Leave Options - We offer wellbeing leave and leave purchasing Care for your Community. Spend one paid day a year volunteering with one of our Ampol Foundation partners. Check out our benefits and policies on the Work180 website. We're an equal opportunity workplace. We not only embrace diversity and inclusion; we celebrate what makes you unique. We welcome applications from people of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and diverse sexualities and genders (including if you identify as transgender). We also highly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for roles with Ampol. If we've got your interest, we encourage you to submit an application because we would love to tell you more. Click 'Apply Online' below to register your interest. • Fri, 31 MayAmpol Ltd.
ANZ Commercial IT Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Who we are Together, we're on a mission to make good health more affordable and accessible, to help millions around the world enjoy healthier lives. It's a mission that bonds our people across nearly 60 countries and a rich, diverse variety of nationalities and backgrounds. Working here means working with the world's leading manufacturer of generic medicines, and the proud producer of many of the products on the World Health Organization's Essential Medicines List. Today, at least 200 million people around the world take one of our medicines every single day. An amazing number, but we're always looking for new ways to continue making a difference, and new people to make a difference with. The opportunity The IT Commercial Manager will lead all IT projects and services for Teva's ANZ commercial country cluster, plus some additional responsibilities across APAC for selected technical themes and subdomains. The person will engage with diverse stakeholders, to provide digital technology solutions and guidance to multiple commercial teams, ensuring operational excellence and seamless integration. This is a hands-on position as an individual contributor. How you'll spend your day Business Relationship Management: Single point of contact for all technical and digital requirements of the ANZ Teva commercial team. Business Analysis, Financial Acumen, and Technical Toolset: Articulate and analyse business requirements, identify opportunities and future needs. Prepare business case and create annual budget forecasts for commercial site technology solutions. Program Management and Deployment of solutions: Project manage global and local IT projects for ANZ cluster. Ensure on time, on budget and high-quality deployment of all projects. Monitor progress, identify risks, and escalate to right stakeholders as needed. Foster a collaborative work environment as this will be key to driving project success and exceeding business expectations. Super user Support, Change management and digital tools setup: Create business dashboards and leverage data analytics tools for data-driven decision-making. Administer relevant tools like SAP ECC, Veeva and Sales Force Marketing Cloud to support sales operations. Train the business teams as needed. Create Chatbots, and RPA solutions to increase commercial efficiency. Maintenance and management of websites (Local vs Cloud hosting, SEO, SEO, Wire-framing) and eCommerce sites user-friendly interfaces and seamless customer experiences. Your experience and qualifications Bachelor's degree in information technology Demonstrated high-level understanding of the healthcare industry, including market dynamics, regulations, and data privacy preferable 8 years of experience in analysis, design & implementation of digital technologies and project management Excellent written & verbal communication skills Confident in negotiation, leadership, and influence across all organisation levels Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities SAP, Veeva, Sales force, Veeva wall, analytics and dashboarding, robotic process automation, ecommerce- experience essential Vendor management experience Strong stakeholder management Enjoy a more rewarding choice Generous leave, health, and wellbeing benefits Commitment to ongoing personal & professional growth via a blend of learning opportunities Parking available at our Macquarie Park site Opportunity to join a leading global organisation with a network of 37,000 employees operating in 60 markets, with 25 R&D sites. Make a difference with Teva Pharmaceuticals Please submit your CV and a cover letter responding to the selection criteria outlining relative keys skills and experience in relation to this role. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Reports To Commercial IT Cluster Lead Already Working TEVA? If you are a current Teva employee, please apply using the internal career site available on "Employee Central". By doing so, your application will be treated with priority. You will also be able to see opportunities that are open exclusively to Teva employees. Use the following link to search and apply: Internal Career Site The internal career site is available from your home network as well. If you have trouble accessing your EC account, please contact your local HR/IT partner. Teva's Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran status, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to support you throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience. • Fri, 31 MayTeva Pharmaceutical Industries
IT Vendor Management Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Newly created role - Full time, permanent Hybrid role 3 days office / 2 days home Work with a highly supportive, well-connected team About us: With almost 5,000 employees in 109 locations across Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia, EBOS Group is the largest and most diversified Australasian marketer, wholesaler and distributor of healthcare, medical and pharmaceutical products. It is also a leading marketer and distributor of recognised animal care brands. EBOS Group is publicly listed on the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges. The Opportunity: Here at EBOS Group we have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced IT Vendor Management Specialist to join our IT team. Based at our Melbourne Head office in Docklands and reporting into the IT Vendor Manager, this role will support the management of Technology vendors, including the sourcing, ongoing governance and relationships with vendors. You will also be required to report on vendor performance within EBOS Group as well as proactively identifying opportunities for realising greater value or savings from our vendor relationships. This role will give you an opportunity to apply your specialist skills and lead the provision of services through effective vendor management for IT Contracts and manage service delivery risks for the department as well as provide strategic advice to the leadership team on specialist areas of outsourced services. This is a great role which will require interaction with various stakeholders in terms of engagement and education, as such your strong communication, ability to build and maintain effective relationships as well as apply a high degree of influence will be critical to success. What you will do: Support management of the IT Vendors and Contract Management framework, which defines how technology measures, monitors and reports its contract and vendor performance. Conduct strategically focussed vendor and contract management, analysis, planning and reporting; Support the management of relationships with strategic third-party partners and other vendors as per the EBOS vendor management framework; Identify key contracts and vendors within Technology; Schedule contract review events and record keeping; Monitor and report on vendor's performance; Monitor and report on EBOS Group's contractual performance; Occupational Health and Safety. What we are looking for: Previous experience in IT vendor/commercial management including experience negotiating and managing low-medium value contacts; Tertiary qualification in IT or related discipline preferred; Understanding of business processes and basic corporate finance, management and accounting principles Exceptional analytical, statistical, quantitative, and deduction skills; Strong organisation skills, and ability to manage multiple assignments; Experience in Project Management; A knowledge of current trends/movements in vendor management, and in the Technology market within Australia; Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel, Power BI. Benefits This is a unique opportunity to work in a company where you are valued, given the recognition you deserve and suitably rewarded for your hard work. Other benefits include: Employee Share Plan; Company Paid Parental Leave; Employee Assistance Program for Mental Health Wellbeing; Staff Awards; Employee Referral Program; Health Insurance Discounts; And More. We are committed to fostering a workplace that values diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, we actively strive to build a gender-equitable team and cultivate a culture that embraces individuals from all walks of life. We welcome applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds, abilities, ages, and cultures (including First Nations Peoples). Our commitment to inclusivity extends to supporting candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require any accommodations due to disability, please inform us by reaching out to HRebosgroup.com. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce enriches our organisation and contributes to our success. How to apply If you believe that you have the necessary attributes to succeed in this challenging and rewarding role, please click APPLY and submit your application now. Pre-employment checks may be required and will be discussed with the successful candidate. We are unable to proceed with your application if your current visa restrictions preclude you from being able to perform the role in line with immigration laws. No agency assistance required. Advertised: 29 May 2024 8:30 AM AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 26 Jun 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time Apply now • Fri, 31 MayEBOS Group Ltd.
Information and Data Coordinator » Portland, VIC - : Manager Information and Technology Contact Phone: 03 5522 2317 Privacy Statement: Click to view Council’s Privacy...About the Opportunity Are you passionate about information and data? As the Information and Data Coordinator... • Thu, 30 MayGlenelg Shire Council$84636.81 - 105475.79 per year
Executive Assistant to the Chief Information Officer » Orange, NSW - June 2024 – 11:59pm Executive Assistant to Chief Information Officer Health Information Communication and Technology... About the role This role will provide broad range of high-level administrative services to the Chief Information Officer (CIO... • Thu, 30 MayNSW Health$39.15 - 40.07 per hour
Technology Service Delivery Team Leader » Innaloo, WA - Technology Service Delivery Section, including Incident and problem management processes associated with the Information... innovative thinking and empower them to develop creative solutions to stakeholder information technology requirements... • Thu, 30 MayGovernment of Western Australia$110309 - 121569 per year
IT Project Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - $120K super bonus Hybrid work policy Leadership focused on your success "What gets measured gets managed - and done". Right? And the often unsung hero of every IT project is the PM - the keeper of the promises. Not here though come and join our team and be genuinely appreciated for the PM skills and value you bring. Acclario, a trusted Microsoft partner, offers comprehensive Microsoft Professional Services, technical consulting, and configuration services. We support our clients across the entire range of Microsoft solutions, ensuring seamless integration and optimal performance. Established in 2016, Acclario is Queensland-owned and headquartered in Brisbane. Our team has grown to over 30 IT professionals, dedicated to delivering top-notch Microsoft Professional Services, technical consulting, and configuration services. Hi, I'm Daniel Dobbins, General Manager - Sales, and right now, I'm on the lookout for a Project Manager with a genuine customer-centric focus, to come and work with us . Is that you? Who are you? Well, in addition to 5 years experience in the implementation of core business applications such as ERPs and CRMs to enable the smooth operation of key business processes, people will most likely describe you as: Self-confident and intelligent You've got commercial 'smarts' A doer - with lots of 'get-it-done' energy, certainly - yet still big on 'the detail' Diplomatically assertive - a 'client whisperer' Sociable but you get on with the job too You're cool with policies, procedures and processes Positive by nature - but not blindly optimistic A confident decision-maker Comfortable being held accountable and holding others accountable too Someone who takes the initiative A lover of facts, data, numbers If all of that's true then read on The role? Look, it's pretty straightforward—you'll be responsible for the successful planning, execution, monitoring, control, and closure of projects within the Microsoft 365 Suite of apps and project management tools like MS Project. You'll deliver projects for our clients on time and on budget. And in somewhat of a first, you'll report to me, because client satisfaction comes under my ambit - and that's your ultimate KPI. Happy clients Why would you? Well, there's a few reasons we have a hybrid working policy. The salary package is good - $120K plus Super' plus potential for an annual bonus, based on both your individual performance and the company's financial performance. We have a very inclusive environment, family like. We enjoy participating in different charity events as a team. And importantly, I will take personal responsibility for you achieving success in your role. To me, leadership is a verb, not a noun, and my job is to help you achieve more success, in less time, with less stress. Sound interesting? Why not hit the Apply button , build your profile (no need for a CV or cover letter)? Do a little 10-minute self-assessment that tells us a bit about your nature - and we'll be in touch EVERY application will be acknowledged. EVERY applicant will be advised the outcome of their application. Acclario IT Pty Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from all people who believe they have the right blend of experience and character. We're managing your application on the BeenSortd platform. It's not a recruitment agency, it's a clever Australian piece of technology that helps busy people like me do a professional job of recruiting. LI-Permanent LI-Hybrid • Thu, 30 MayBeenSortd
ANZ Commercial IT Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - ANZ Commercial IT Manager Date: May 28, 2024 Location: Sydney, Australia, 2113 Company: Teva Pharmaceuticals Job Id: 56143 Who we are Together, we're on a mission to make good health more affordable and accessible, to help millions around the world enjoy healthier lives. It's a mission that bonds our people across nearly 60 countries and a rich, diverse variety of nationalities and backgrounds. Working here means working with the world's leading manufacturer of generic medicines, and the proud producer of many of the products on the World Health Organization's Essential Medicines List. Today, at least 200 million people around the world take one of our medicines every single day. An amazing number, but we're always looking for new ways to continue making a difference, and new people to make a difference with. The opportunity The IT Commercial Manager will lead all IT projects and services for Teva's ANZ commercial country cluster, plus some additional responsibilities across APAC for selected technical themes and subdomains. The person will engage with diverse stakeholders, to provide digital technology solutions and guidance to multiple commercial teams, ensuring operational excellence and seamless integration. This is a hands-on position as an individual contributor. How you'll spend your day Business Relationship Management: - Single point of contact for all technical and digital requirements of the ANZ Teva commercial team. Business Analysis, Financial Acumen, and Technical Toolset: - Articulate and analyse business requirements, identify opportunities and future needs. - Prepare business case and create annual budget forecasts for commercial site technology solutions. Program Management and Deployment of solutions: - Project manage global and local IT projects for ANZ cluster. - Ensure on time, on budget and high-quality deployment of all projects. - Monitor progress, identify risks, and escalate to right stakeholders as needed. - Foster a collaborative work environment as this will be key to driving project success and exceeding business expectations. Super user Support, Change management and digital tools setup: - Create business dashboards and leverage data analytics tools for data-driven decision-making. - Administer relevant tools like SAP ECC, Veeva and Sales Force Marketing Cloud to support sales operations. Train the business teams as needed. - Create Chatbots, and RPA solutions to increase commercial efficiency. - Maintenance and management of websites (Local vs Cloud hosting, SEO, SEO, Wire-framing) and eCommerce sites user-friendly interfaces and seamless customer experiences. Your experience and qualifications - Bachelor's degree in information technology - Demonstrated high-level understanding of the healthcare industry, including market dynamics, regulations, and data privacy preferable - 8 years of experience in analysis, design & implementation of digital technologies and project management - Excellent written & verbal communication skills - Confident in negotiation, leadership, and influence across all organisation levels - Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities - SAP, Veeva, Sales force, Veeva wall, analytics and dashboarding, robotic process automation, ecommerce- experience essential - Vendor management experience - Strong stakeholder management Enjoy a more rewarding choice - Generous leave, health, and wellbeing benefits - Commitment to ongoing personal & professional growth via a blend of learning opportunities - Parking available at our Macquarie Park site - Opportunity to join a leading global organisation with a network of 37,000 employees operating in 60 markets, with 25 R&D sites. Make a difference with Teva Pharmaceuticals Please submit your CV and a cover letter responding to the selection criteria outlining relative keys skills and experience in relation to this role. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Reports To Commercial IT Cluster Lead Already Working TEVA? If you are a current Teva employee, please apply using the internal career site available on "Employee Central". By doing so, your application will be treated with priority. You will also be able to see opportunities that are open exclusively to Teva employees. Use the following link to search and apply:Internal Career Site (https://performancemanager.successfactors.eu/sf/careers/jobsearch?bplte_company1080030P) The internal career site is available from your home network as well. If you have trouble accessing your EC account, please contact your local HR/IT partner. Teva's Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran status, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to support you throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience. EOE including disability/veteran • Thu, 30 MayTeva Pharmaceuticals
NSW SALES MANAGER - CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY » New South Wales - communications technology and infrastructure. They integrate and partner with leading developers of world first technology to create... dynamic, forward thinking and known for the longevity of staff. Opportunity The position of NSW State Sales Manager... • Wed, 29 MayROC Consulting
Technical Support Manager, School of Engineering and Technology - UNSW Canberra » Canberra, ACT - Technical Support Manager Employment type: Full time, 35hrs Duration: Fixed term up to January 2026 Remuneration... of Engineering and Technology (SET) and the Faculty to deliver high-quality, practical engineering programs and research outcomes... • Wed, 29 MayUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$118883 - 133948 per year
Assistant Manager - Information Governance » Canberra, ACT - ) enables the agency’s information and communications technology (ICT) capabilities by managing its technology infrastructure... software tool (or similar technology). Training, qualifications or experience in information management and/or privacy... • Wed, 29 MayClean Energy Regulator$117268 - 133394 per year
Technology Security Compliance Assessor (12-month FTC) » New South Wales - and felix. The latest technology and brave thinking let us connect our people and communities. You could play a role in... to accept the challenge. This opportunity As a Technology Security Compliance Assessor, your role is crucial in ensuring... • Tue, 28 MayTPG Telecom
Manager - Technology Assurance - Financial Services » Melbourne, VIC - , like you, to build a better working world. What's in it for you? As our Manager, you'll use your passion for Technology Risk... information systems facilitating the business internal control process Collaborate within our team and more broadly across the... • Tue, 28 MayEY
IT Portfolio Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - Global Market leading FMCG organisation Flexible work arrangements (3 days per week in the Sydney office) Inclusive, high performing and collaborative environment The Company Goodman Fielder are a part of the Wilmar Group who are a global leading Agribusiness Group known for its high quality processed agricultural products. Together, we pride ourselves on making everyday food better for everyone. We own a host of iconic brands that generations have grown up with and put in their supermarket trolleys every week. Our aspiration is to be the leading integrated food business in the Region. We are a team that believes that anything is possible. A team that understands our business and focuses on the right things that make the biggest difference and one that considers our end to end value chain when making decisions to optimise our business. We drive change as an opportunity for us to innovate and transform our business and to achieve beyond what we think is possible. The Opportunity We are on a journey to revolutionise and transform our business, and we're looking for capable team players with a hunger for bringing our vision to life. We are passionate about our brands and building a culture where we believe anything is possible. Wilmar and Goodman Fielder are currently undergoing a business transformation, with a number of programs with a significant IT delivery component. The IT Portfolio Manager, Infrastructure will be directly responsible for a team of project managers focused on the successful delivery of significant IT projects in accordance with IT PMO processes and governance to scope, quality, budgetary and time targets. About the Role We are currently seeking an IT Portfolio Manager, Infrastructure to join the Sydney head office team. Based onsite in Macquarie Park, NSW and reporting to the Head of IT Demand and Planning (delivery team), this role will lead a team of IT project managers to deliver outcomes for the business across the Wilmar ANZ group. The role will be responsible for the below. IT Portfolio Management - overall accountability for the IT portfolio/project delivery Collaborate with key stakeholders for the execution of IT projects Manage vendors to implement chosen solutions Comply with PMO Governance including the provision of project status reports as scheduled Create and manage detailed financial estimates/budgets in SAP Create and manage detailed schedules including resource allocation Deliver agreed project scope to time and financial limits while following risk management guidelines Guide and mentor a team of project professionals to meet governance requirements and build skills What you need: Minimum of 10 years proven ability to successfully deliver large-scale projects on time and within budget as a hands-on project manager Sound analytical and critical thinking skills A proactive, ‘can do' attitude, resilient in the face of ambiguity and able to adjust to shifting priorities and rapid change. Excellent written, oral and presentation communication stakeholder skills Ability to multi-task and prioritise Passion to collaborate with teams to achieve the best outcomes Experience as an IT Portfolio Manager and people leader would be highly regarded Experience with FMCG solutions would be advantageous Experience with SAP would be advantageous What to expect from us: With sites spanning across the Australasian region, working as part of a highly driven team at Wilmar/Goodman Fielder, you can expect the opportunity to build your experience across functions, locations and brands. In return for your passion and success, we will reward you with a competitive remuneration package and help you to achieve personal and professional growth and development. At Wilmar/Goodman Fielder, we aim to be a destination employer in the food industry where we don't just offer jobs - we offer long term careers. For more information on this job opportunity or other roles available at Wilmar/Goodman Fielder, please visit our careers page. What are you waiting for? Apply Now. • Tue, 28 MayGoodman Fielder
Senior Technology Projects Administrator » Strathpine, QLD - The Senior Technology Projects Administrator plays a pivotal role within the Project Management Office... relevant information promptly ensuring all stakeholders are informed and updated. assist in tracking and updating project... • Mon, 27 MayMoreton Bay Regional Council$108572 per year
Team Leader - Information Release / Release of Information / Freedom of Information » Ringwood East, VIC - to the Operations Manager - Information Release, and the Freedom of Information Coordinator... with a scanned medical record, and an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Strong information technology skills and a great... • Mon, 27 MayEastern Health
IT Project Managers » City, North Canberra - Permanent I Salary - $130k Are you an experienced Project Manager seeking to expand your IT Cloud delivery experience? We are seeking PMs with skills across infrastructure and cloud migration type projects to join our team in Canberra. This is a great opportunity to work with an IT-focused organisation, where you will experience a range of projects. Essential Job Functions Create and implement project definitions, schedules, budgets, and objectives for a mix of small to medium-sized projects. Prepare detailed statements of work and gains concurrence and approval from stakeholders regarding various project aspects and adjusts accordingly. Participate in delivery assurance reviews to ensure adherence to project management policies and procedures. Assist in the staffing of projects. Organise project team members to ensure communication and understanding of deadlines, assignments, and objectives. Participates in work as applicable. Manage costs, schedules, and quality by overseeing project deliverables. Ensures schedule and budget are met. Perform on-going review of project status; identify possible project risks. Recommend and implement risk mitigation solutions as approved and as appropriate. Interface with team members and stakeholders to manage changes to the projects which may involve changes to technical requirements, business requirements, and schedule. Manage client, company, and project team expectations for agreed upon project performance by obtaining, providing, and monitoring project metrics. Oversee assigned personnel for projects. Assign work and provide direction with regard to timeliness and completion of project objectives. Address performance issues within prescribed guidelines. Provides performance input upon completion of the project. Qualifications Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience Experience working with project management methodologies such as Prince 2/Agile including budget development, project planning, control, and assurance methodologies, project management software, and finance and accounting concepts and practices Experience working with delivery assurance principles and appropriate procedures relevant to the area Experience working with techniques and approaches related to the architecture, development, integration, and deployment of project phases Leadership skills to guide and mentor the work of less experienced personnel Good communication skills Interpersonal and presentation skills for interacting with team members and clients Creative thinking and problem-solving skills Ability to manage multiple small to medium-sized projects Ability to deal with ambiguity and change Australian citizenship is necessary. We can assist with security clearances. • Mon, 27 MayKirra Services
IT Manager - Fashion Retail » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Are you ready to be a part of a retail powerhouse that is highly reputable within the Australian retail landscape? Our client is known for their exceptional product offerings, top-class customer service, and innovative approach to retail. Company Overview: Are you ready to be a part of a retail powerhouse that is highly reputable within the Australian retail landscape? Our client is known for their exceptional product offerings, top-class customer service, and innovative approach to retail. With a rich history of quality product, success and a passion for excellence, they are now seeking a highly skilled and motivated IT Manager to drive technology initiatives and support their retail operations. About the Role: As an IT Manager for our client, you will be at the forefront of their technological advancement, playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of their IT function. Your primary responsibility will be to provide strategic leadership and direction to the IT team, ensuring the reliability, security, and efficiency of their technology systems. You will deliver important business projects within this position. Skills and Experience: To thrive in this position, our client seeks a forward-thinking leader with a proven track record in overseeing IT operations across a retail business. You should demonstrate outstanding business insight, possessing a comprehensive grasp of retail functions coupled with a demonstrated ability to enhance profitability within the IT function. Moreover, your exemplary problem-solving abilities and adaptability are crucial assets in navigating the challenges inherent to the dynamic and rapidly evolving retail landscape. You will oversee new retail locations installations, lead key business projects, collaborate with vendors and internal stakeholders and manage relationships, and oversee IT management and tracking of hardware. Qualifications: IT Bachelors Degree or Masters Degree Experience within the retail landscape Advanced Project Management skills Experience with Retail related software highly advantageous Benefits of the Role: As an IT Manager within our clien'ts company, you will enjoy a wide range of benefits that demonstrate their commitment to your success and well-being: Competitive Compensation Package: Our client offers a highly competitive salary Professional Growth Opportunities: Join a forward-thinking organisation that values employee development. They provide continuous training and opportunities for career advancement within the company. Supportive Team Culture: Become a part of a collaborative and supportive team where your ideas are valued. Recognition and Rewards: Your hard work and achievements will be celebrated through various recognition programs and employee appreciation events. Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to lead a network of successful stores and make a lasting impact in the retail industry. Join our client's journey of growth and innovation as an IT Manager within Fashion & Retail and elevate your career to new heights. To apply online, please click on the apply button. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Narelle Platt on 0451 445 866 quoting the reference number above, or check out our website for other available positions. www.frontlinerecruitmentgroup.com/retail • Sun, 26 MayFrontline Retail Melbourne
Vice President, IT Risk Management Lead » The Rocks, Sydney - Do you want your voice heard and your actions to count? Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 7th largest financial group in the world. Across the globe, we're 160,000 colleagues, striving to make a difference for every client, organization, and community we serve. We stand for our values, building long-term relationships, serving society, and fostering shared and sustainable growth for a better world. With a vision to be the world's most trusted financial group, it's part of our culture to put people first, listen to new and diverse ideas and collaborate toward greater innovation, speed and agility. This means investing in talent, technologies, and tools that empower you to own your career. Join MUFG, where being inspired is expected and making a meaningful impact is rewarded. About the role: The IT Risk Management Department Lead for Australia & New Zealand is responsible for identifying, assessing, and managing the IT information risks faced by the organisation. This role is pivotal in protecting the company from potential threats and uncertainties related to information security. The role will partner with the Asia Systems Office Oceania (ASOO) management and regional Asia Systems Office (ASO) leadership to lead the local IRMD (IT Risk Management Department) team and act as the Technology Information Security Officer (TISO) for Oceania. What you'll be doing: Identify, assess, and prioritise potential IT risks to the organisation. Support the development, review and implementation of appropriate IT risk management strategies and processes, in conjunction with the regional IRMD teams. Own the development, alignment and integration of the local IT Information Security Risk Management Framework, Risk Appetite Statements, and Risk Policies. Work with internal and external audit teams to ensure controls remain effective, and to drive closure of any findings that may eventuate. Ensure appropriate RCSA (Risk Control Self-Assessment) processes are in place, that they are appropriate, and that they are actioned accordingly. Communicate, enforce and oversee compliance to IT related policies, standards and processes across the organisation. Ensure compliance with laws and regulations related to IT and keep the region up to date with local Oceania regulatory developments / requirements including but not limited to CPS234. Work with stakeholders throughout the enterprise on identifying acceptable levels of residual risk. Provide regular profiling and reporting on IT risks, issues, and controls to the Oceania business stakeholders and regional IT leaders. Develop and maintain relationships with key business units within the organisation and key external stakeholders. Own and drive the Access Control team in Oceania as part of the regional function team. Be the representative for the regional IRMD team locally in Oceania. Increase the awareness and importance of IT Risk across the region through effective communication and appropriate education strategies. What we are looking for: You'll have extensive experience in information risk management within the banking industry, with knowledge and exposure to local regulatory authorities, such as APRA, ASIC, RBNZ etc. You'll also have experience at implementing technology controls and standards to adhere to regulatory requirements such as CPS234 and others. Strong understanding of IT Governance, Risk & Compliance principles, IT Controls, and Cyber Security related risks is essential. Skills required: Strong analytical and decision-making abilities Excellent communication skills, with the ability to work with teams across different geographical locations Self-motivated and independent, with the ability to clearly challenge process and decisions, as well as to set new standards to ensure best practices are always followed Highly motivated and a willingness to get involved You'll likely have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or a related field (or equivalent experience), and preferably a "Certified Information Systems Security Professional" (CISSP), or "Certified Information Systems Auditor" (CISA) or "Certified Information Systems Manager" (CISM). MUFG Bank Ltd & MUFG Securities Asia Limited (collectively referred to as "MUFG") is an equal opportunity employer. We view our employees as our key assets as they are fundamental to our long-term growth and success. MUFG is committed to hiring based on merit and organsational fit, regardless of race, religion or gender. • Sun, 26 MayMUFG
Vice President, IT Risk Management Lead » Australia - Do you want your voice heard and your actions to count? Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), the 7th largest financial group in the world. Across the globe, we're 160,000 colleagues, striving to make a difference for every client, organization, and community we serve. We stand for our values, building long-term relationships, serving society, and fostering shared and sustainable growth for a better world. With a vision to be the world's most trusted financial group, it's part of our culture to put people first, listen to new and diverse ideas and collaborate toward greater innovation, speed and agility. This means investing in talent, technologies, and tools that empower you to own your career. Join MUFG, where being inspired is expected and making a meaningful impact is rewarded. About the role: The IT Risk Management Department Lead for Australia & New Zealand is responsible for identifying, assessing, and managing the IT information risks faced by the organisation. This role is pivotal in protecting the company from potential threats and uncertainties related to information security. The role will partner with the Asia Systems Office Oceania (ASOO) management and regional Asia Systems Office (ASO) leadership to lead the local IRMD (IT Risk Management Department) team and act as the Technology Information Security Officer (TISO) for Oceania. What you'll be doing: - Identify, assess, and prioritise potential IT risks to the organisation. - Support the development, review and implementation of appropriate IT risk management strategies and processes, in conjunction with the regional IRMD teams. - Own the development, alignment and integration of the local IT Information Security Risk Management Framework, Risk Appetite Statements, and Risk Policies. - Work with internal and external audit teams to ensure controls remain effective, and to drive closure of any findings that may eventuate. - Ensure appropriate RCSA (Risk Control Self-Assessment) processes are in place, that they are appropriate, and that they are actioned accordingly. - Communicate, enforce and oversee compliance to IT related policies, standards and processes across the organisation. - Ensure compliance with laws and regulations related to IT and keep the region up to date with local Oceania regulatory developments / requirements including but not limited to CPS234. - Work with stakeholders throughout the enterprise on identifying acceptable levels of residual risk. - Provide regular profiling and reporting on IT risks, issues, and controls to the Oceania business stakeholders and regional IT leaders. - Develop and maintain relationships with key business units within the organisation and key external stakeholders. - Own and drive the Access Control team in Oceania as part of the regional function team. - Be the representative for the regional IRMD team locally in Oceania. - Increase the awareness and importance of IT Risk across the region through effective communication and appropriate education strategies. What we are looking for: You'll have extensive experience in information risk management within the banking industry, with knowledge and exposure to local regulatory authorities, such as APRA, ASIC, RBNZ etc. You'll also have experience at implementing technology controls and standards to adhere to regulatory requirements such as CPS234 and others. Strong understanding of IT Governance, Risk & Compliance principles, IT Controls, and Cyber Security related risks is essential. Skills required: - Strong analytical and decision-making abilities - Excellent communication skills, with the ability to work with teams across different geographical locations - Self-motivated and independent, with the ability to clearly challenge process and decisions, as well as to set new standards to ensure best practices are always followed - Highly motivated and a willingness to get involved You'll likely have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or a related field (or equivalent experience), and preferably a "Certified Information Systems Security Professional" (CISSP), or "Certified Information Systems Auditor" (CISA) or "Certified Information Systems Manager" (CISM). MUFG Bank Ltd & MUFG Securities Asia Limited (collectively referred to as "MUFG") is an equal opportunity employer. We view our employees as our key assets as they are fundamental to our long-term growth and success. MUFG is committed to hiring based on merit and organsational fit, regardless of race, religion or gender. At MUFG, our colleagues are our greatest assets. Our Culture Principles provide a roadmap for how each of our colleagues must think and act to become more client-obsessed, inclusive and innovative. They reflect who we are, who we want to be and what we expect from one another. We are excited to see you take the next step in exploring a career with us and encourage you to spend more time reviewing them Our Culture Principles - Client Centric - People Focused - Listen Up. Speak Up. - Innovate & Simplify - Own & Execute • Fri, 24 MayMUFG
IT Asset Management » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Must be Australian citizen Requirements We are seeking an IT Asset Manager with the following requirements. Technical/business constraints In Scope: Analysis of range of potential SAM tools in the market. Presentation of at least two potential software vendors to Digital Branch to inform potential approach to market. If agreed, approach to market for appropriate SAM tool. Implementation of SAM tool, including migration of data. Potential consideration of resourcing to support BAU sustainment of tool and optimized related SAM processes (i.e. Additional resources, reorganization or existing resources, redesign of operating model) Out of Scope: Depending on cost, consideration of SAM Managed Services for a limited time. Depending on cost, broader ITAM/ITSM tool support. The potential acquisition of a SAM tool will be initially implemented for sole use by the Digital Branch, and its related software procurement and renewals. This may be broadened to other areas over time with explicit agreement from Digital Branch, with consideration of resourcing impacts/requirements. Response criteria Essential criteria In Scope: • Analysis of range of potential SAM tools in the market. • Presentation of at least two potential software vendors to Digital Branch to inform potential approach to market. • If agreed, approach to market for appropriate SAM tool. • Implementation of SAM tool, including migration of data. • Potential consideration of resourcing to support BAU sustainment of tool and optimized related SAM processes (i.e. Additional resources, reorganization or existing resources, redesign of operating model) Out of Scope: • Depending on cost, consideration of SAM Managed Services for a limited time. • Depending on cost, broader ITAM/ITSM tool support. • The potential acquisition of a SAM tool will be initially implemented for sole use by the Digital Branch, and its related software procurement and renewals. This may be broadened to other areas over time and with explicit agreement from Digital Branch, with consideration of resourcing impacts/requirements. Please feel free to call Manoj on 0468 492 531 or simply click on apply now button. • Fri, 24 MayIndigitise
Technology Manager, APAC » Sydney, NSW - support and development. THE OPPORTUNITY We are seeking a Technology Manager who possesses strong people and relationship... participating in the employee selection process, such accommodation is available upon request. Job Description: THE TECHNOLOGY... • Thu, 23 MayDimensional Fund Advisors
IT Systems Manager » Artarmon, Willoughby Area - Gravity Media exists to create world-class content that inspires and excites. Our 500 people serve clients in all markets, from sport and media to news and entertainment, working all over the world from bases in the UK, Australia, USA, France, Germany and Qatar. We are driven by client service excellence. We’re always looking and listening, keeping up with the latest broadcast innovations – or pioneering them. Above all, we channel our energy into maintaining our reputation for flawless execution, deep technical expertise, and efficient delivery. Due to continued growth, an opportunity has arisen for an experienced IT Systems Engineer to join our team in Sydney. Role Overview Reporting to Gravity Media Australia’s, Director of Media Services and Facilities, the IT Systems Manager is primarily responsible for the oversight of corporate and broadcast IT infrastructure systems throughout the Gravity Media facilities including current infrastructure as well as planning and implementation of future projects. The role demands a high level of customer service to all internal and external clients to ensure the smooth running of software, computer, storage and networking solutions. Problem solving and troubleshooting when necessary, liaising with relevant stakeholders and maintaining a high level of professionalism. This is a hands-on role that requires a highly organised person with good communication skills. Responsibilities/Skills: Management and oversight of the infrastructure, applications, providing direction, guidance and effective people management Overseeing and determining timeframes for major IT projects including system updates, upgrades, migrations and outages Network Design and deployment across corporate and broadcast systems. Proactively identifying and acting on opportunities to improve and update software and systems Providing direction and supporting IT team members with Tier 3 Escalations Implementing IT policy and best practice guides for the organisation Conducting regular system audits and documentation Participate and collaborate with Gravity Media Group IT to ensure the local business is aligned with best practice for global IT Participating in regular operational updates or reports with both Global and local IT and other technical departments. Managing and reporting on allocation of IT budget Provide technical advice to Broadcast personnel and department heads Running regular checks on network and data security Microsoft 365 Oversight VM Infrastructure deployment and administration Meraki SDN ecosystem administration Identifying opportunities for team training and skills advancement Research, evaluate and test new technology to maintain performance and keep a competitive edge; To be successful in this role you will have: At least 2 Years experience in an Infrastructure Support or similar role Extensive experience in the support of Server infrastructure both Linux and Windows Operating Systems Strong abilities in troubleshooting IP Networks and network engineering Hypervisor administration - VMWare Proficiency in preparing and delivering written reports as required. Desired Skills: Project / Change management - Planning and coordination, determining resourcing and budgets for projects and determine status updates and prioritisation in accordance with risk level Broadcast or media experience, particularly networking in broadcast facilities and streaming video Experience with Office 365 Administration Mentoring, coaching and support of ICT team PowerShell & Bash scripting capabilities System monitoring and remote management toolsets. Storage and archive management and migration Working Knowledge of Microsoft Azure. Working Knowledge of AWS Working Knowledge of Intune and Autopilot. In return, we will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with the skills and experience of the successful applicant, and a chance to work for a global leader in broadcast solutions Gravity Media is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Visit us at www.gravitymedia.com to see our fantastic team and the amazing work we do • Tue, 21 MayAdvertising Industry Careers
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Information Security Senior Consultant » Sydney, NSW - , and foster care arrangements. What do I need? Experience in information / Application security, information technology, risk... for advising Westpac business and IT units on Information Security with specific focus on the areas of penetration testing... • Tue, 21 MayWestpac
Global IT Service Management Lead » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Global IT Service Management Lead About The Role Join us in a pivotal role where you will play a key role in developing strategic plans for Hansen's IT functions and services, including operational management of the core ITSM system. This involves collaborating closely with the leadership team to maintain a process handbook that delivers standardized ITIL processes globally. You will monitor and enhance Hansen's cross-functional global IT processes and work closely with integration partners to ensure availability and continuous improvement of our global ITSM tool, Ivanti Neurons for ITSM. About You Proven experience in a similar role with extensive knowledge in IT Service Management. You will have experience in process development and improvement with strong stakeholder engagement and communication skills. You will also have: Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) certification. experience in orchestrating change management strategies within the realm of IT service management. understanding of IT infrastructure domains including data centres, network/communications, server utilisation, virtual environments, storage, and application development. experience working for a global and geographically dispersed organization and knowledge of Ivanti Neurons for ITSM which will be highly preferred. Key Responsibilities Define, set, embed and promote the consistent adoption of customer and service support standards and processes as outlined by the IT Services strategy. Collect and document business requirements for project and process improvement/automation efforts. Facilitate process workflow modelling in order to collaborate on process improvements, automation capabilities and clearly defined end-to-end use cases. Enforce procedures and policies to ensure that high quality service is delivered to customers and the effective and timely resolution of service requests and incidents. Consult with the IT Leadership Team on any issues that pose a risk to business continuity and any opportunities for automation, cost-savings or service-quality improvement. Establish and maintain an effective prioritization, escalation and resolution process to ensure the appropriate processing (level 1, 2 and 3), coordination and timely response to incident report tickets. Conduct regular audits of communications and provide appropriate training to the IT teams in required areas. Analyse service metrics and trending data to generate periodic reports as required by management, investigating anomalies and issues. Act as the Chair of any Change Advisory Board (CAB) meetings either virtual or face to face. Create the forum to enable a formal review and authorisation of changes, a review of outstanding changes, and, to discuss any impending major changes. Benefits and Perks Join us for a rewarding career with competitive compensation, leave entitlements, global reward and recognition program and financial security. Enjoy work-life balance, growth, and recognition for your exceptional performance. Our team will unveil the intricacies of our benefit package during the selection process. Company Overview Hansen Technologies (ASX: HSN) is a global software and services provider, serving energy, water/utilities, and telecommunications industries. With customers in 80 countries, we foster collaboration across 36 global offices. From 5G advancements to renewable energy transitions, we empower customers to overcome challenges, innovate, and drive new business models. Contact Us If you possess the desired skills and enthusiasm, please "Apply Now" or visit our career page. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. Visit our website at hansencx.com for more information. • Mon, 20 MayHansen Technologies
Design Engineer/Project Manager for ICT Structured Cabling, Cabling Infrastructure Technology » Sydney, NSW - to deployment/construction and close out. 7+ years Information and Communications Technology (ICT) design experience 7+ years...DESCRIPTION Amazon Cabling Infrastructure & Technology is a growing and innovative global team that design... • Sat, 18 MayAmazon
Information Technology Project Manager » Perth, WA - Nambour, QLD - you to leaders in the education, research and information technology space whilst supporting thousands of students to reach... project management roles Experience delivering complex technology projects covering broad and varied deliverable Experience... • Sat, 18 MayMichael Page$220983 - 239181 per year
General Manager, IT Infrastructure » Sydney, Sydney Region - Your New Employer: Your new employer is an instantly recognisable government entity in Southern Sydney with over 1,200 employees. They have a deep mission and purpose and make a huge impact on the Australian public. They have a dynamic and friendly culture that thrives on collaboration, inclusion and diversity. You'll have a lot of fun and fulfillment working for values-driven leaders who care a lot about empathy, humility and the wellness of their employees. You'll have clear direction and feel highly engaged within an IT leadership team led by a caring, humble CIO who has a clear vision and strategy for IT transformation. The CIO reports to the CEO, which demonstrates that technology has a seat at the table and is seen as a strategic enabler internally. You'll be developed and mentored and have the opportunity to reach your full potential within a positive working environment that celebrates success and personal development. You'll also have plenty of time to spend with your family and on your health, as this company strongly encourages work-life balance, flexible working hours and remote working (3 days office/2 days home after first 3 months - first 3 months full time onsite to learn the business). Your New Role: You'll be responsible for providing operational and strategic management across all IT infrastructure, which covers Data Centres & Cloud, Server (Windows/Unix/Linux), Storage, High Performance Compute and Networks. You'll partner with peers and teams within IT PMO, Cyber Security and Operational Technology to provide a high-quality fit for purpose IT Infrastructure capability to deliver reliable foundation to support transformation requirements. You'll be a member of the CIO's leadership team and will develop and mentor a medium sized team (c. 15 including senior direct reports). The team is comprised of multi - disciplinary specialists managing the development, delivery and ongoing support of core digital infrastructure encompassing, networks, telecommunications, cloud, data centres, storage and compute facilities and productivity tools and services including remote access, email and file management. A full position description will be available for shortlisted candidates. Your Background & Experience: Minimum of five years' experience in a similar Head of Infrastructure or Head of IT Operations role; Strong experience working in a technology leadership role encompassing detailed expertise in virtualised and on-premise environments, cloud services, networking, infrastructure and end user computing; Experience working in a unionised workforce advantageous however not essential; Strong experience in executive technology decision making, technology budget management and investment decision making that aligns vision; Blend of business and technical savviness; you'll have a big-picture vision as well as the drive and attention to detail that transforms strategy into action; Strong business acumen and drive with a strong customer focus and outcome orientation. You will enjoy building relationships with internal stakeholders and will possess high levels of personal integrity; and Above all else, you will have a friendly, positive attitude with high levels of emotional intelligence, resilience and maturity. Next Steps: For more information or a confidential discussion please contact Steven Fulop (steven.fulopuandu.com) or Sam Ebrahim (sam.ebrahimuandu.com) quoting Job Reference 36422 or alternatively, apply online below. We look forward to receiving your application and assisting you with your job search. Please note - Steven will be on annual leave Monday 20th May to Friday 24th May and will be checking the applications on my return. At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only • Sat, 18 Mayu&u
IT Asset Management Analyst » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Receive, manage and optimise IT assets, including hardware, software, licenses ServiceNow IT hardware asset management Hybrid working arrangements Sydney CBD, Eastern Creek, Bellavista, Cronulla Organisation: Join one of the biggest Banks and be apart of Bank's Information Technology (IT) department, and experience the capability-building opportunity to work with Australia's most critical core banking and payments platforms. They are based in CBD with flexible hybrid working arrangements around , Eastern Creek, Bellavista and Cronulla - 3 days on site. Role: As the IT hardware asset management analyst you will be joining an established Asset management team using ServiceNow ITAM. They are in the midst of building a new data centre whilst modernising the platform. You will receive, manage and optimise organisation's IT assets, including hardware, software, licenses, and other technologies. You will have strong organisational skills, attention to detail, and a deep understanding of IT infrastructure and the asset management lifecycle and processes Conduct regular audits of IT assets to ensure accuracy and compliance with organisational policies and procedures. Maintain an up-to-date inventory of hardware, software, licenses, and other technology assets. Track the lifecycle of IT assets from procurement to disposal, including asset tagging, tracking, and documentation. Assist in the development and implementation of IT asset management policies, processes, and procedures. Generate and analyse reports on IT asset inventory, usage, compliance, and performance. Provide recommendations for asset lifecycle management, including upgrades, replacements, and retirements. You Will have: 3 years IT asset management experience 2 years ServiceNow ITAM Strong understanding of IT infrastructure, hardware, software, and licensing models Asset receiving and IT asset data, documenting and reporting experience Familiarity with ITIL framework and IT asset management best practices ITAM Foundation Certification. ITIL Foundations Certification. Certifications such as Certified Hardware Asset Management Professional (CHAMP) or Certified Software Asset Manager (CSAM) strongly considered • Fri, 17 MayTalenza
Information Technology Manager - Chisholm Catholic College, CORNUBIA » Brisbane, QLD - Technology Manager to provide ICT systems support and leadership to staff and students of Chisholm Catholic College...’s Information Technology resources, Leadership of IT Technical staff, Information Technology asset management, Leadership... • Fri, 17 MayBrisbane Catholic School$82155 - 100021 per year
Manager Information Services » Broome, WA - professional to join the Shire of Broome in the role of Manager Information Services. As the Manager Information Services... efficient and effective delivery of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Geospatial Information Systems (GIS... • Fri, 17 MayShire of Broome$120000 - 130000 per year
IT Service Management Specialist » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Description Purpose of Role The Senior Associate, Service Management and End User Computing is responsible for the governance and enablement of QTC’s IT service management (ITIL®) functions ensuring that the relevant people, processes, and technology are aligned with the QTC strategic direction and the goal of achieving operational excellence. It also provides expert consultancy through the technology design function to non-technical business application owners regarding Service Management and Supplier Performance Management. Responsibilities & Accountabilities Ensure that QTC’s IT service management processes are: aligned with established and emerging industry best practice e.g. ITIL® and are continually maintained for ongoing maturity, aligned with QTC’s strategic objectives including: achieving operational excellence, and managing technology risk while avoiding excessive process demands causing unwarranted delays to QTC business functions, implemented, managed, and facilitated appropriately by outsourced process leaders and staff, and understood and adhered to by all relevant stakeholders, escalating to technology leadership as required. Develop and lead the implementation of a roadmap for the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of in-scope IT service management processes, ensuring that QTC’s business change governance process is adhered to and aligned with during the implementation phase. Regularly assess the maturity and effectiveness of QTC’s IT service management processes by: participating in internal and external audits in collaboration with QTC’s Risk division arranging and leading independent assessments by subject matter expert consultants, and arranging, leading, facilitating, and administering governance forums in collaboration with QTC’s community of outsourced IT service providers. Actively seek feedback from QTC’s leaders and staff regarding the effectiveness of the IT services and align process improvement opportunities to best address any identifiable gaps and to maximise the realisation of opportunities to leverage excellence. Ensure that QTC’s IT service management practitioners, including employees of outsourced vendors, operate as a cohesive team working towards common goals and serving QTC’s best interests. Take a lead role in the governance and supplier management of QTC’s primary Managed IT Services provider including: implementation, facilitation, administration, and management of the agreed Account Governance Framework, in collaboration with Procurement and engaging other Technology and Data functions as appropriate, building and maintaining constructive relationships with supplier account representatives and delivery team leaders, and escalating instances of under-performance and managing issues to resolution. Act as the owner of QTC’s IT service management tools (e.g. ServiceNow) ensuring that they are: regularly maintained with security patches, version upgrades, and continually enhanced to improve end user experience and process efficiency and effectiveness. Lead the governance and supplier management of QTC’s ITSM tool support partner to ensure that the tool is maintained and enhanced effectively and efficiently. Other duties as deemed relevant to business requirements and within the technical competency of the position. Competencies Technical Competencies Strong technical knowledge of current IT service management trends and associated industry best-practice approaches. In-depth understanding of best-practice ServiceNow configuration for ITSM and the associated Common Services Data Model (CSDM). Understanding of contemporary technology project management methodologies. Basic budget and financial management capability. Behavioural Competencies Proactive approach focused on, safely, delivering positive results. Integrity, including upholding strong professional and ethical standards. Achievement focus, earning the respect of others and sharing responsibility well. Desire for excellence, using flexible and agile processes to continuously improve. Respect and affiliation, including recognising contributions, welcoming ideas, acting with honesty, being inclusive and embracing diversity. Self-actualization, including acceptance of facts, lack of prejudice, ability to solve problems, sense of morality creativity and spontaneity. Leadership & Management Competencies Ability to manage outsourced IT service providers in a complex multi-vendor environment, including: Service level management / Service performance management Relationship management Risk management Financial management through the application of formal and informal governance processes. Ability to lead and manage change initiatives and projects in the IT infrastructure domain, coordinating resources from multiple suppliers and managing tasks to schedule, risks and communication to stakeholders. The ability to manage organisational change impacts of IT infrastructure work would be highly regarded. • Fri, 17 MayQueensland Treasury Corporation
IPL Operations & Technology Manager » Docklands, VIC - Operations & Technology Manager is responsible for the efficient and effective delivery of operational and technology support... 40,000 people worldwide. Additional information can be found at: www.chubb.com. Chubb celebrates diversity by fostering... • Wed, 15 MayChubb
IT Project Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About us Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is a premium focused, global leader in wine with strong positions in key global markets, supported by an unrivalled global footprint, business model, award-winning premium brand portfolio and a talented global team of over 2,500 people. Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), we know that it's the thinkers, makers and doers who have the most impact as we strive towards being recognized as the world's most admired premium wine company. TWE is the largest exporter of Australian wine to Asia, with our brands - especially Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Wynns - increasingly well known in the region's more established wine markets. We have exciting plans in place to develop our Country of Origin offering with recently released wines from the US, France and Chile. For more information, please visit www.tweglobal.com What's in it for you Attractive remuneration and healthcare benefits 20 days of paid annual leave per year Flexible work arrangement to support your wellbeing Outstanding career development opportunities to realise your full potential Collaborative and inclusive culture where people and performance thrive About the role This role is responsible for leading and managing highly complex IT projects and programs across the organization, ensuring successful delivery within scope, time, budget, quality, and stakeholder expectations. The Senior Project Manager will provide strategic direction, mentorship, and guidance to project teams, as well as engage with IT Leadership and other business stakeholders to drive project success. In this important delivery role you will lead by example with a focus on being bold, delivery excellence and consistency in project delivery and ensure a safe, positive and innovative working environment. You will provide clear direction and guidance to your team and foster close working partnerships with other teams within TWE as well as our external software providers and partners. Delivery Leadership Lead and manage the delivery of complex IT projects and programs, including scope, schedule, budget, resources, and quality. Develop and maintain project plans and schedules and ensure adherence to project governance processes and standards. Act as the primary point of contact and escalation for project delivery, and effectively manage and resolve project risks and issues. Provide mentorship, guidance, and leadership to project team members, fostering a positive and innovative working environment. Identify, analyse, and mitigating risks associated with the projects and/or programs. You are also responsible for ensuring that the project team is aware of potential risks and is prepared to handle them. Ensure effective stakeholder engagement and communication across all levels of the organization. Provide regular status reporting and executive-level updates to IT leadership and business stakeholders. Responsible for all solution delivery through the end to end project lifecycle of analysis, design, build, and test through to implementation and transition into support Be the main point of contact & escalation for IT solution delivery. Manage & resolve IT related risks & issues Solution Design, Change, and Communication Ensure all technical solutions align to the Technology Roadmap Ensure all projects comply with and adhere to the Architecture Review Board (ARB) & Program Management Office (PMO) governance processes Establish and maintain a clear communication for what is and is not being delivered Ensure technical audit issues are closed where relevant to the program's scope and responsible functional area Transition to Support Ensure a transition to support plan is created and agreed 90 days prior to go live Facilitate transition of the project for a period of 60 days post go live Ensure transition to support activities are completed with a level of quality that allows a seamless transition from project resources to internal TWE help desk & vendor support resources Strategic Thinking and Leadership Manage a team of IT professionals effectively you are also expected to mentor and train junior project managers. Lead, develop and mentor team members that have a direct reporting line into this role Maintain a broader strategic perspective, and you are responsible for aligning project goals with the overall organisational strategy. You are also responsible for ensuring that the project's objectives are aligned with the organisation's long-term goals. About you Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field Project management certification such as PMP (Project Management Professional) or PRINCE2 (Projects in Controlled Environments) Additional certifications in IT management, agile methodology, or other relevant areas Proficient in collaborative techniques, team building, dispute resolution, and communication highly desired. At least 12 years of experience in IT project management, with a proven track record of successfully delivering large-scale projects on time, within budget, and meeting quality standards. More importantly, across at least two of the following dimensions: Global FMCG Experience in leading and managing cross-functional teams, including software developers, business analysts, quality assurance professionals, and other stakeholders. Experience in Agile project management methodologies, such as Scrum, Kanban, or Lean. Strong technical background and knowledge of software development lifecycle (SDLC), including software design, development, testing, deployment, and maintenance. Experience in risk management, project scheduling, resource allocation, and budget management. Excellent communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with stakeholders at all levels of the organization. Major projects and programs of work Excellent stakeholder management skills Excellent leadership and engagement skills Experience in building capability and teams Experience managing third party delivered services Proven experience in the management of key business programs, projects and initiatives, as well as experience in negotiating or managing vendor relationships Proven ability to maintain positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that works well with clients, customers, co-workers and management Strong communicator, both technical and business Demonstrate a strong sense of accountability and sense of urgency Demonstrate an ability to work under pressure Adaptability to multiple demands, shifting priorities, ambiguity and managing business needs in a rapidly changing environment Ability to deal efficiently with escalations and difficult situations/people under pressure Strong intellectual capacity, written and verbal communication skills, and ability to collaborate effectively Excellent task management and organizational skills Culture We bring our whole selves, we're courageous and we deliver together - that's our DNA. We're a passionate bunch who enjoy working together, like to have fun and keep things down-to-earth. We're brave enough and care enough to have the right conversations to get the best outcome and are famous for our can-do attitude. We're definitely "glass half full" people and see challenges as opportunities and move with pace to achieve our goals. If you're ready to help us be the world's most admired premium wine company, please apply now Inclusion and Diversity Just like the wide range and variety of brands in our wine portfolio, TWE embraces diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or on the basis of disability. If you require any assistance to be included in our process, please contact recruitmenttweglobal.com, quoting the job title and reference number. How to apply We move quickly at TWE and continually review applications, so if you don't want to miss out, apply today. Please note that cover letters are not required (we really mean this) All applicants will receive an email to invite them to complete online assessments that will cover three areas: personality profile, cultural fit and a cognitive assessment. The assessments should take around 30 minutes in total and you will be able to download a report at the end of it. We will then be in touch ASAP to update you on how your application is progressing. We ask you to try to complete the assessments ASAP - ideally within 24 to 48 hours. Note that we prefer to deal with you directly; we haven't briefed a recruitment agency on this role and won't be accepting CVs through any recruitment agency, so please apply directly. • Wed, 15 MayTreasury Wine Estates
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