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Junior Database Administrator

ABOUT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE The Sydney Opera House is an iconic Australian institution that embodies beauty, inspiration and the liberating power of art and ideas. Our mission is two-fold To treasure and renew the Opera House for future generations of artists, audiences and visitors To inspire, and strengthen the community, through everything we do. For more information about the Sydney Opera House please refer to our website. ABOUT THE ROLE The Junior Database Administrator is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of databases, their environments, and schemas. This role supports the Senior Database Administrator and is integral to the operation of the ticketing, CRM, physical security, and event management systems. Further more detailed information about the role and its requirements can be obtained from the role description. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR Tertiary qualifications in ICT, engineering, or a related discipline Database administration certification from a leading vendor Experience in database administration Demonstrated MS SQL experience, including Reporting Services, Integration Services, performance optimisation, and complex troubleshooting Demonstrated experience writing T-SQL queries Advanced communication skills, including an ability to translate technical concepts for a lay audience Understanding of enterprise technology including virtualisation, storage networks, and distributed computing architecture Ability to work efficiently under pressure and prioritise work Flexibility and a commitment to continuous improvement HOW TO APPLY Applicants are asked to include an up to date resume of no more than five pages which clearly details your relevant skills and experience and how they relate to the requirements and capabilities for the role. Applicants are also asked to address their suitability in a covering letter of no more than two pages addressing the following two targeted questions The Applications Team has asked you to setup a SQL Server database for a new clientserver application. What sort of information would you need to gather before starting this task? What elements would you put in place first to ensure the database is maintained effectively? Provide an example where you were asked to integrate data between two SQL Server based applications, or to extract data for the purposes of reporting. What was required and how did you go about achieving it? What were the key challenges you faced along the way and how did you resolve them? Applicants MUST create a profile and submit their application electronically for this position at Only applicants who apply online will be considered for this position. Please contact the Jobs NSW Helpdesk on 1800 562 679 should you have any technical enquiries. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing or temporary roles of the same standard that may become available over the next twelve months. Sydney Opera House welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability. To be eligible to apply for this position, applicants must have existing Australian work rights. Applications will not be accepted from recruitment agencies. Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory National Police Check and Pre-Employment Health Assessment. EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Job Status Full Time, Temporary (18 months) Position No SOH1290 Salary Base salary of 74,136 per annum, plus 9.5 superannuation contribution Applications Close 6072018 Enquiries Robert Dunn,

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Associate Product Manager

Why become a Associate Product Manager at Noggin? Perhaps you™re a product analyst, ux researcher or similar who™s tired of the red tape and process-for-the-sake-of-process that you see all around you. Maybe you™re a small cog in a big-product-wheel. Either way, you™re yearning to change that trajectory and be a key part of something bigger and more meaningful “ and Noggin is just the right place for you to do this At Noggin, our market-leading software solves real problems, helping our customers manage disruption, smarter. From natural disasters, to counter-terrorism, even to saving beached whales. We™re looking for a smart, pragmatic and passionate Associate Product Manager to join the team that will bring this to life. You™re analytical by nature and you love what you do the digging, the analysis, working out the drivers, figuring out how to win in the market and design great, innovative user solutions. You™re experienced, you™ve seen software products through their full life cycle of development and youre keen to do this again. What does it take to be a Noggin? You™ve had significant success in analysing, defining and helping deliver world-class software products. You™re tertiary qualified but you™ve had practical, hands-on experience creating great software, and are adaptable and resilient. You know exactly what it takes in terms of analysis, design and development to deliver an exceptional user experience, and you™re not afraid to showcase your ideas. You are a collaborator, you take your role as the custodian of your products seriously. You care about getting the details right, really understanding users, treat your work like a fine art and are also able to take feedback and roll with direction. What does success look like in this role? During your first three months, you will become fully acquainted with our product vision and strategy, working closely with fellow analysts to define how best to solve our user problems. By 6 months, you will fully hit your stride, coming up with smart, innovative and pragmatic ways to build our product. From 12 months, you™ll be the ˜go-to™ in your area of expertise and be able to draw on multiple examples of how you™ve contributed to us delivering a best-in-class software solution to market. To apply, please use the online application link. For further information or to arrange a confidential discussion, please email Please note, you must have valid and unrestricted work rights for Australia to be considered for this role. No agencies please.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Fundraising Database Officer- Part Time

THE COMPANY For over 30 years Samaritans has been providing unconditional support to many different groups of people. Samaritans core values of compassion, integrity and justice continue to be central to everything we do. Our services support people with a disability, young people, children, families, those escaping domestic violence, and those leaving prison, among others. Our vision is to build communities where there is care for the vulnerable and where each individual has the opportunity to contribute and participate fully in community life. Behind this vision is a united team made up of over 700 staff members and 400 volunteers who work together throughout Newcastle, Hunter, Central Coast, Mid-Western and the Mid-North Coast regions of NSW. We want to work with people who believe in this vision and are genuinely committed to making a difference to their community. THE ROLE We are currently searching for a Part Time Fundraising Database Officer to join our Communications Team based in Warabrook, NSW on a 12-month contract for 16 hours per week. We are flexible with days and hours for this role. The primary responsibility of this role is to maintain, monitor and continuously improve our donor database, including the analysis of database reports. This role is a pivotal part of the team, assisting with administrative and fundraising tasks as required. You will focus heavily on Managing and improving our donor database including general upkeep, data cleansing and data entry Developing and maintaining event registration, online giving tools and electronic communication to donors Supporting the Communications team with fundraising administrative tasks such as letters and mail merges Working with the team to extract and analyse database reports to improve giving strategies Assisting with the development of promotional material and event opportunities to encourage bequests and other major giving. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE You are a passionate person who enjoys working individually as well as in a team environment, working towards raising fundraising income to help people in need. You pride yourself on your attention to detail, and enjoy making a difference and giving back to the community. THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Previous experience in a Fundraising Administration or Database Administrator position Experience with CRM databases (ThankQ or similar desirable) Exceptional attention to detail to ensure the integrity and security of the database Excellent time management organization skills Ability to analyse database reports to achieve growth Completion of a pre-employment medical, National Criminal History Check, and Working with Children Check. An understanding andor experience working with bequests (desirable) Experience developing online fundraising tools (desirable) Experience organising fundraising event and promotional activities (desirable) THE BENEFITS Our team are the heart of what we do here at Samaritans. As a part of the Samaritans team, you have access to the following great benefits Flexible days hours Salary packaging options Caretrac corporate gym membership Career and development opportunities Payroll giving program The opportunity to work within an innovative, collaborative team environment. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you Applications for this exciting role close 9am Monday 9th July 2018 You must have the right to live and work in Australia. No agencies or third party applications please.

Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Product Manager - Head Office - Full Time - Ongoing

Great opportunity to become part of our Product and Digital team at Service NSW, where you will enjoy a 9 day fortnight, 35 hour working week, and flexible working arrangements as you lead a product team of designers, engineers and other subject matter experts to deliver user-centred products that deliver exceptional customer value and experience to the citizens of NSW. About Service NSW At Service NSW our vision is to be recognised as the distinctive leader in the provision of government services to the citizens of New South Wales, and we are passionate about delivering a positive customer service experience As a Product Manager, you™ll use your skills to Lead a multi-disciplinary, agile, lean and empowered team to manage the end-to-end product lifecycle, helping to define, de-risk and execute against a product vision Leading and defining an outcome oriented product roadmap, gathering customer insights and feedback, defining and writing user stories, acceptance criteria and success metrics, to ensure customer centric product design and development and delivery Lead research, including consultation with product consumers and related activities, to define current and future product enhancement to meet customer needs and maximise return on investment Consult and collaborate with commercial and technology colleagues as well as other product teams to integrate products and platforms across entire portfolio and align with a return on investment mindset Effectively communicate product roadmaps, highlighting the best path forward as supported by customer research and data analytics, whilst managing stakeholder expectations Design, lead and support communications and engagement activities that build organisational understanding of user-centred product development methodologies and other customer-centric approaches As a Product Manager, you™ll have Product Management or product development experience, preferably with digital customer products Strong experience developing product roadmaps for new and existing products and creating MVP, and translating roadmaps into meaningful user stories, acceptance criteria and success metrics Ability to close the feedback loop and analyse customer feedback and insights to continuously evolve and improve products Experience working in Agile and Lean methodologies, and User Centred Design will be an advantage Experience working directly with customers, clients, and mentoring product designers, product developers or product engineers will be an advantage Experience working in a startup environment, or an innovation lab within a corporate environment will be an advantage To learn more about this opportunity please click here to download the Role Description Remuneration SNSW Grade 11 12 - The package includes a base salary range of 132,140 - 158,969, plus employer™s contribution to superannuation and annual leave leading. When applying you must provide 1. A covering letter and 2. An up to date resume clearly detailing your skills, experience and achievements as relevant to this position. How to apply Applications can only be submitted electronically online through the NSW Government job site Applications close on Friday 6th July, 2018 1159 pm Appointment to this position is subject to a Criminal Records Check. For further information, please contact For any questions related to technical difficulties associated with lodging an expression of interest, please contact the support line on 1800 562 679 or email between 830am - 500pm, Monday to Friday.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Software Developer (Fixed term contract)

The Opportunity We are looking for talented software developers to join us on an exciting new project. We are looking for a mix of front-end, back-end and full stack developers for a 6 month contract concluding at the end of 2018. The following skills and experience are needed to be successful in this placement. At least 5 years of commercial software development experience in C and Visual Studio (Front-end) At least 1 year of experience developing user-friendly, intuitive web based front-ends in Angular (must have), HTML, CSS, JavaScript ready to be integrated with WebAPI services (Back-end) At least 3 years of experience developing scalable WebAPI services with C, SQL, ORM and authentication frameworks. Follows solid software development practices Familiarity with JIRA, Git Excellent communicator You will be expected To work in a team of 13 developers on key deliverables within strict deadlines Work with business users to understand requirements and implement solutions which focus on maximizing user productivity Outcome-oriented, highly-motivated and adopting a can-do approach. Pro-active Work autonomously as well as within a team What™s in it for you? The successful candidate will be offered an interactive and supportive working environment within a positive and professional team along with 250 Health and Wellness bonus 17.5 leave loading Corporate uniform Salary packaging options Free emergency ambulance cover Free first aid training To Apply Please select ˜Apply Now™. Applications must include a resume, relevant qualifications and cover letter which outlines your skills and experiences as they relate to the above including your motivations in applying. Applications close 4 pm July 6th 2018 We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. St John Ambulance in Western Australia is a progressive community organisation, caring for people across two and a half million square kilometres, the largest area in the world covered by a single ambulance service. Each year we attend in excess of 250,000 people across the state and teach over 200,000 people life saving first aid skills.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

Senior Database Administrator - Award Winning Tech Firm - Sydney

THE COMPANY Head Quartered in the US (West Coast) and with over 20 offices Worldwide, this listed Technology firm have won a number of awards, not only for their high performance and market leading software, but also for their work environment, office culture, staff retention and rewards packages. Having recently arrived in Australia, they are in the process of putting together a top-notch IT team who can replicate some of the successes they have seem in other locations around the World. THE ROLE You will work as one of the senior members of the Engineering Team, taking full responsibility for a number of database related activities which would include, investigating database problems and performance issues, as well as evaluating best practises to ensure optimum performance of the platform. REQUIREMENTS 5 years + Database Administration experience supporting mission critical databases Extensive experience and knowledge of MS SQL 2014. Proficient with OLTP Database Environments Extensive experience of configuring and administering MS SQL replication and availability groups Experience with database design and management aspects for various compliance programs, such as Sarbanes-oxley or PCI Any AWS database management, OLAP experience or Vertica management experience would be nice to have

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Service Delivery Manager

Do you believe you can do anything? Then we™re here to help you do it. If you have a desire to succeed and drive your own career, Dimension Data offers you the opportunity to make that happen. We™re positioned to lead the change in the biggest transformation that the IT industry has seen in decades ” and we need your talent, skill, and ambitious ideas. As a Global Top Employer to over 31,000 great people in more than 57 countries, you™ll be working with talented teams across the world. You™ll be doing great things for our clients and helping them achieve their business ambitions. We are currently looking for a Service Delivery Manager to join our successful team in WA. Based in the CBD, the Service Delivery Manager is responsibility for the delivery of services to one or more of Dimension Data™s strategic, regional accounts whose operations span a regional geography and multiple Dimension Data Business Units. This will include Ensure that services are delivered according to agreed Service Level Agreements (SLA) and other contractual obligations. Ensure the culture of service management excellence in developed and maintained. Ensure service delivery by ensuring that the right employees, equipment and products are deployed and available and that the service delivery, meets the quality requirements agreed with the clients. Assist the sales organisation to identify opportunities to up-sell services and to track other opportunities that may emerge. Build effective working relationships with senior internal stakeholder involved in the account or portfolio of accounts. To succeed in this role, you™ll need Previous experience in service delivery management. Excellent communication, customer service and process skills. Strong analytical orientation with experience identifying mechanisms for improved service delivery. Solid client service orientation and impeccable relationship building sills. Leadership qualities that support a development approach. We look for people with a client centric, consultative approach. You™re committed to excellence and ongoing development, and want to leverage the fantastic training opportunities that we offer. We want team players. We care about our clients, our colleagues, and the environment and we want you to do the same. In return for your skills and your commitment to our values, you will be rewarded with a responsive and balanced workplace, unparalleled IT industry positioning, industry leading benefits, an excellent salary and bonus structure along with a talented and focused team. Join our growing global team and accelerate your career with Dimension Data. Apply today Diversity in Dimension Data Dimension Data is an equal opportunity employer with a global culture that embraces diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be unfairly discriminated against on any arbitrary ground including race, colour, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or other protected category. To be considered for the role click the Apply button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Jian Barr on 1800 456 122. Please quote our job reference number 369919.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

Business Intelligence Manager

Business Intelligence Manager - Information Technology Ongoing full-time appointment Leadership mentoring Ability to develop positive stakeholder relationships Level 10 Grade 1 126,470.00 - 131,440.00 p.a. plus 17 Super The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked amongst the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research-intensive universities. With an enviable research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to ˜innovate and inspire™ there is no better time to join Western Australia™s top University. The team UWA is making significant investments in Information Technology services to enable its strategic direction and goals. UWA is also looking to utilise technology advancements to expand its services and create new and innovative teaching and research models. Robust, flexible, integrated and agile enterprise architecture, information and technology services are vital to enabling the University™s strategic objectives. About the opportunity Reporting to the Associate Director, Strategy and Architecture, the Business Intelligence Manager will drive the BI program and lead a proposed (IT) BI team of 10, providing leadership to the team and advice to the wider University community. Possessing solid technical expertise, this senior leadership role will also manage business plans, budgeting and resource allocation. The position is required to define the BI strategic roadmap, expanding the services offered with the overarching aim of progressing BI maturity for the University. To be considered for this role, you will demonstrate A relevant University degree (information technology, computer science, data science, or postgraduate qualification) or demonstrated equivalent competency (at least eight years™ experience). Extensive experience in translating business BI strategy and requirements in large, complex organisations to deliver outcomes. Ability to work independently, show initiative, and manage an influential area of corporate impact. Ability to provide leadership and mentoring to the BI team, setting best practice policies, procedures, and methodologies. Extensive experience designing and maintaining BI solutions with a focus on data modelling, data transformationmigration and database design, working with structured and unstructured data Experience designing and implementing reporting and visual analytics tools In-depth understanding of BI technologies and processes, including hands-on experience delivering BI solutions. Comprehensive knowledge of a broad range of current and emerging BI technologies and trends, with the ability to anticipate changes in technology. Demonstrated experience building and managing teams, with sound knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation. Proven ability to communicate with significant influence, establishing positive stakeholder relationships at the portfolio level, and negotiating competing priorities with the ability to interact professionally with clients. ITIL Certification or experience in ITIL processes desirable, as is a working knowledge of the Higher Education sector. If you are seeking a challenging role in a positive team environment, please follow the link below to express your interest. Full details of the position™s responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description. Please see the position description prior to applying. A current National Police Certificate will also be required. Position description Position Description - Business Intelligence Manager.docx Closing date Friday, 6 July 2018 This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Application Details Please apply online via the Apply Now button. Applications must be submitted online UWA has been awarded Top Ten Employer for LGBTI “ inclusion of the Australian Workplace Equity Index (AWEI -2016). The University is also a proud member of the Athena SWANSAGE Pilot for Gender Equity.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

Software Delivery Manager | Medical Practice Management Software

Why do we want you? Clinic to Cloud is designed for todays in-demand health professional, we power a mobile-enabled, connected care ecosystem that frees up time to focus on what is most important the patient. The end user and how they experience their world and our application is key for all workflows and we use a multitude of technologies to support and delight our customers. Daily we aim to push boundaries and ask the question Why? and How can we make it SMARTER? Join our Platform Delivery group and be part of a team responsible for our leading-edge technology product that healthcare professionals love using. We empower our teams to innovate and experiment when solving the important problems for our customers and their patients who are at the centre of everything we do. You will work collaboratively with the Head of Product and be involved in the realisation of the vision the company. Your vision and creativity coupled with your pragmatic approach will drive Clinic to Cloud™s strategic business objectives. You will be tasked with working with highly engaged teams who understand Clinic to Cloud, our customers and the market needs and feel connected to the services and results we offer. The role involves working within a cross-functional squad that includes data analysts, software engineers, business analysts and testers. Along with the squad, a key stakeholder is the Head of Product who will work collaboratively to support successful product management and commercial goals. Your Responsibilities... Lead the successful delivery of new products and features in an environment of rapid change, ambiguous requirements and technical complexity Form and drive high performing squads that are engaged and consistently delivering with high quality Enable stakeholders to make effective decisions through a clear understanding of progress, plans and risks Coach and influence best practice agile delivery techniques across the business such as iterative delivery, continuous improvement and sustainable development Support Product Owners and the squad with product and feature discovery, scoping, estimation and delivery commitment Contribute to product strategy including cost estimation, business cases, pricing, go to market and portfolio strategy Lead initiatives within the Agile Delivery Community to ensure agile practice in squads is aligned with the overall Clinic to Cloud approach to agile product delivery Key activities... Facilitating sprint ceremonies to ensure delivery of the product in an iterative cycle Supporting the squad with operating to their self-agreed cadence and Agile practises Enabling collaborative and reliable estimation, work breakdown and planning sessions Supporting the squad to ensure smooth collaboration with other squads and dependant stakeholders Surfacing and communicating dependencies between work items and between squads and ensuring they dont become impediments Escalating issues using the agreed escalation process to unblock the Squads progress Surfacing and communicating risks and driving them to an appropriate mitigation Providing full transparency on delivery progress and forecasts to facilitate informed decision making Helping the squad maintain their visual board wall and keep them relevant over time Tracking delivery and performance metrics and supporting the squad with making data driven decisions Ensure squads always look back on their sprints, deliverables and milestones with a relentless focus on improving their work, their process and their environment Coaching squad members on purpose, benefits and practical application of Agile techniques Running product discovery workshops to explore initial ideas, define product scope and decompose high-level business initiatives into incremental deliverables Championing the use of agile principles and practices to all stakeholders throughout Clinic to Cloud and the planning and execution of initiatives to uplift Clinic to Cloud™s overall product delivery capability Key to the role Proven track record of 5+ years in delivering digital product and services using agile methodology, processes and practices. The ability to track and resolve project impediments, and protect scrum processes from distractions and interferences Planning and estimation of tasks and user stories and familiarity with PM tools (JIRA, Teams, etc.) The ability to own metrics, test and learn, incremental delivery. Co-ordinating and collaborating with the product, development, sales and support teams in release of softwareversions Experience of communicating releases both internally and externally. Strong experience coordinating agile and non-agile teams that are developing software products. Desirable Coaching, driving and facilitating agile scrum activities ceremonies (e.g. daily scrum, sprint planning, sprint demo and retrospective meetings) Deep knowledge and experience with agile techniques iterative delivery, continuous improvement, sustainable development, etc Experience in one or more of the following disciplines technical business analysis, software development or quality assurance with the ability to relate tasks, behaviours, principles and practices to performing these disciplines in an Agile environment Strong written and verbal communication skills with a tenacious, resilient, resourceful and collaborative approach to delivery Experience commercialising products in a start-up environment would be highly regarded Please note that due to the high volume of applications received only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Only candidates that are eligible to work in Australia will be considered. No agencies please.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Change Practice Lead

About us At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe. As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate. About the opportunity We™re taking bold, innovative steps with our technology strategy. Over the next three years we™ll invest 25m per annum to streamline and digitise our IT portfolio. This will equip our people with the latest devices and smart systems, enabling them to access customer-focused technology and information they need anytime, anywhere. We™re looking for an exceptional and entrepreneurial change professional to take ownership of our recently established Change Practice and continue to progress our change management activities across the IT portfolio and beyond. This is a unique opportunity to lead our team of change and communications professionals and grow the practice as our programs ramp up. You™ll work closely with program directors and sponsors across the organisation to prepare leaders and staff for new technology that enables better ways of working and delivery of care. About you We™re after an experienced change management professional, with at least 10 years of leadership experience. Consulting experience is preferred. To help us on our agile journey you™ll bring an agile mindset, experience in enterprise-wide agile programs and working with agile teams. This means you™ll have Change management certification such as ProsciADKAR or similar Tertiary qualifications in Business, HR, Psychology, Change Management or equivalent experience Demonstrated change management, training and communications experience working on diverse or complex projects An agile mindset and agile project delivery experience Benefits culture Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Work as part of a an expanding and a dynamic IT team Ongoing training development Career development opportunities Salary Packaging If this is the role for you, click on the link to apply. Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check, reference checks and working with children checks. LI-CORP

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

WalkIn Drive at Sydney and Melbourne for DataStage, Infra Security and Splunk

Ampstek Australia is an IT Consulting, Staffing and Professional Services firm servicing Australias IT professionals and various Clients in Australia with the company corporate office located in the USA. Ampstek Australia has the footprint across continents, with subsidiary companies in US and India. Please go through the below Multi JDs and let us know your comfort level availability. Position 1 DataStage Consultant Sydney Melbourne 12+ months Job description Have experience designing and developing DataStage ETL Experience Have strong communication skills (Both technical and non-technical) Knowledge and Experience Teradata with WAS, Database Knowledge and Experience Oracle and MSSQL. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Position 2 Infrastructure Security Consultant Sydney Melbourne 12+ months Job Description Hands on experience on firewall NGFW technologies (primary on Cisco Firepower and Cisco ASA solution) Experience for configuration of remote access and VPN solution on Cisco products Working experience with design, implementation and support for network security products comprising the firewall, VPN, IPSIDS, proxy and content filtering solution Hands on experience for proxy and content filtering solutions. Symantec Bluecoat Proxy and ZScaler preferred Excellent network understanding Good understanding on WAF solution Experience for a DDOS solution (Radware preferred) ------------------------------------------------------------------ Position 3 NetAll, Splunk, Veritas, Wintel Sydney Melbourne 12+ months JOB DESCRIPTION Languages “ Splunk, Security (primary focus) - Certified splunk developer - Strong splunk development experience including indexers, SPLs, reporting, forwarders - Experience with data ingestions and migrations - Strong hands on experience on dashboarding, power user, regex, query languages. - Strong experience working in Agile development environment - Comfortable with various data stores (Oracle, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Flat files, etc.) - Agile delivery pipelines (Git) and configuration managementDevOps (Ansible etc) - Authoring applicationsmicroservices in Java - interacting with web services including REST and SOAPXML - An eye for documentation (Confluence, Jira, Sphinx) - Demonstrated ability to work through issuesproblems, a lateral thinker with a sense of ownership and a can-do attitude Mandatory Skills Splunk, Security (primary focus), Linux environment using Docker (preferably Red HatCentos), Java, Oracle, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Git, Ansible, REST and SOAPXM ------------------------------------------------------------------ Please email us your word doc format resume with job title in the subject line to us at or call us on 8 6245 0615. Thanks AmpsTek Australia Pty LTD Email Direct line + 61 8 6245 0615 Level 29, The Forrest Centre, 221 St. Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6000

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

2 x Senior SAP BW / 4 HANA Consultants

This is a 6-12-month contract based in Melbourne - one of the biggest and boldest projects around This particular project is aiming at enhancing the data warehousing and BI capabilities of the client in order to assist the business in managing the repository of datas. We are therefore looking for two Senior SAP Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse 4 HANA professionals to start in July to perform the role of SAP BW4 HANA developer with the following experience SAP BW4 HANA Developer Must be Senior within this field with end to end experience and experience of working with high data volumes Business Objects Development Experience (Analysis 4 Office and Design Studio) Data Services integration experience SQL knowledge Previous experience with Cognos and DataStage Utilities Experience is a must Your main task in this project will be to provide reporting solutions using BWHANABO tools as part of the SAP BI program of work. This is a full life cycle implementation and your strong Analysis, Documentation and Design skills will be vital. Your seniority will also be used to mentor and guide junior members of the team. You will have solid technical and functional skills, strong design experience, an affinity with the business and a true desire to work on the latest SAP Technologies. This is an opportunity not to be missed, so if you feel you have the breadth and depth of experience, then please apply now or for a more informal discussion call Kuldish on 0413 69 5070

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Organisational Change Manager

2 year Fixed Term Contract. Salary Package based. My client is a well known and respected Australian company with operations across the Asian Region and is seeking to fill an opportunity for an Organisational Change Manager. This role will sit with an IT PMO and work across a Portfolio of Projects. This role will also involve some strategy, design and execution so will require someone who can roll their sleeves up and get involved in day to day tasks. Your responsibilities are mainly to manage coordinate change tasks for projects including but not limited to Working with the Portfolio Manager. PMO Manager and Lead Business Analyst to provide input on requirements for Change, Communications and Training requirements associated with all Business Cases Strong stakeholder engagement and communication skills Partner with the various Project Managers in the Portfolio that may not require a full time Change Manager to provide tasks covering organisational and individual change needs, impacts and risks, develop change management plans and tactically manage execution of these to ensure business change readiness and sustainability. Proactively identify change risks and issues within and between change initiatives and the broader organisation and recommend, implement and coach actions to manage these. Collaborate with existing Change Practice to build aligned ways of delivering change through consistent use and ongoing improvement of established Change delivery Frameworks, tools and methodologies. Identify Change resource requirements and lead recruitment activities for Change related resources required by the Portfolio. You will possess Minimum 5 years specialist CM experience, tactically delivering high impact change programs for large internal audiences (1,000s). Developing and executing exceptional stakeholder engagement and communication approaches to drive effective outcomes. Identifying and managing the impacts of technology change initiatives. understanding of the impact to different divisions of the business initiationdevelopment andor assessment of impact assessments specifications Preparation or participation in development of project plans, project schedules and reporting Competencies Strong Change management background Exposure to PM Methodologies Ability to liaise with many stakeholders at any given time Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Able to quickly mobilise and pragmatically deliver in a highly dynamic and cost-efficient commercial environment. Superior time management and organisational skills with the ability to using initiative to meet tight deadlines. Excellent relationship management, influencing and team skills to effectively collaborate with a range of stakeholders through challenging situations. If you are self-motivated, proactive, resilient and able to deal with ambiguity and complexity while staying focused on outcomes for my clients people, customers and business then please send through to

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Senior Functional Consultant - Supply Chain & Production

Opportunity to work on one of Melbournes largest Dynamics 365 FO upcomming projects Working with a leading Global Microsoft Gold Partner with an exciting pipeline of work 6 month initial contract with strong chance of extension The Company A Global Business and Technology Consulting firm whos vision is to be a true leader in digital innovation. They are passionate about every engagement and help their clients realise results through the power of people and the Microsoft ecosystem. The Role As a Senior Funcitonal ERP Consultant, you will act as a liaison between the Consultancys clients and ERP consultants and will collect and analyse requirements to solve problems using ERP solutions. You will specialise and have deep business and product knowledge in the Supply Chain and Production related modules and processes of the Microsoft Dynamics D365 (formerly AX) business application. You will also require an ability to support customer engagement sales cycles, by understanding customers business requirements and promoting the value proposition of MS Dynamics AX solutions to meet the requirements and deliver results to the customer. The Requirements Degree in Science, Business or Information Technology, or equivalent Minimum 3 years of ERP experience, either in pre-sales or post-sales consulting role Relevant experience in implementing and consulting in Microsoft Dynamics AXD365 ERP Knowledge in Supply Chain and Production along with supporting modules Current or recent Microsoft Certification in Supply Chain and Production modules - Must have (MBS-896 Ideal) Client facing experience and excellent presentation skills Understanding of sales cycle, customer motives and buying criteria Strong analytical, problem solving and process and solution oriented abilities If you believe you have the skills, experience and drive required to take on a role of this kind please do not hesitate and apply today by sending your CV in MS Word format to

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Senior Web Designer

The Just Group is an established, progressive and growing multinational organisation with seven iconic retail brands, currently with over 1000 stores across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. We are currently seeking the ultimate staff member to join our fun and hard working Web Design team. Reporting to the Digital Art Director the role includes but is not limited to Design and development of websites, mobile and email content for the Just Group brands. Day to day you will maintain online content and functions, ensuring the content is visually consistent with brand values and direction. Most importantly, you are willing to find and hunt down solutions to develop new ideas for our websites and pro-actively develop new concepts and tools to communicate brand personality on-line. To be considered successful you will have demonstrated experience as a Web Designer (or similar) with front end skills including Flash, HTML, CSS, jQuery. Experience in the Salesforce platform would be preferred but not essential. Working knowledge of Social Media, e-Commerce as well as mobile web and techniques such as responsive design and build are preferable. You will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and have a genuine enthusiasm for digital innovation taking pride in the quality of your work. If you are enthusiastic with a great attitude, possess a strong work ethic and have a passion for web design then this could be the role for you Apply now, demonstrating your experience in a similar role Due to the fast paced nature of our business, the application close date may be subject to change. Dont delay and apply as soon as possible as we will assess applications as they are received

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Senior Functional Consultant - Finance

Opportunity to work on one of Melbournes largest Dynamics 365 FO upcomming projects Working with a leading Global Microsoft Gold Partner with an exciting pipeline of work 6 month initial contract with strong chance of extension The Company A Global Business and Technology Consulting firm whos vision is to be a true leader in digital innovation. They are passionate about every engagement and help their clients realise results through the power of people and the Microsoft ecosystem. The Role As a Senior Funcitonal ERP Consultant, you will act as a liaison between the Consultancys clients and ERP consultants and will collect and analyse requirements to solve problems using ERP solutions. You will specialise and have deep business and product knowledge in the Finance related modules and processes of the Microsoft Dynamics D365 (formerly AX) business application namely General ledger, Cash and banking, Budgeting, Finance reporting, Tax, Accounts payable, Credit and collections, Accounts receivable, Common, Organisation administration Fixed assets, and ideally Expense management, Cost management, Electronic reporting. You will also require an ability to support customer engagement sales cycles, by understanding customers business requirements and promoting the value proposition of MS Dynamics AX solutions to meet the requirements and deliver results to the customer. The Requirements Degree in Science, Business or Information Technology, or equivalent Minimum 3 years of ERP experience, either in pre-sales or post-sales consulting role Relevant experience in implementing and consulting in Microsoft Dynamics AXD365 ERP Knowledge in Financial and supporting modules Current or recent Microsoft Certification in Finance modules - Must have Client facing experience and excellent presentation skills Understanding of sales cycle, customer motives and buying criteria Strong analytical, problem solving and process and solution oriented abilities If you believe you have the skills, experience and drive required to take on a role of this kind please do not hesitate and apply today by sending your CV in MS Word format to

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Drupal Developer - Contract

Drupal Developer - Contract Sydney Immediate Start “ 8 weeks approximately Bauer Media is looking for a Drupal Developer to join our digital publishing division beautyheaven on a short term contract of approximately 8 weeks. The Drupal Developer will work in a small tech team within a vibrant and innovative digital publishing business specialising in women™s lifestyle brands. Located in Sydney™s CBD and working alongside editorial, SEO, sales and marketing teams you will primarily be responsible for helping to develop and maintain 2 large online community-led publications based in Drupal 7 as well as contributing to an exciting new build. This role would suit an experienced all-round developer who enjoys working across all aspects of the development cycle, creating first-rate client side experiences and writing well-maintained and documented codebases. Technical Skills we need Drupal 7 core API (Views, Panels, Context, Features, Rules, Relation, Entity, etc.) Testing with Simpletest framework Strong commercial experience in PHPMySQL Solid front-end JavaScriptjQueryHTML5CSSSASS skills Responsive theming and SMACCS knowledge Custom module development GIT VCS + LAMP stack Some familiarity with Google Analytics Personality Traits required Works autonomously within a small informal team Enthusiastic about adding and integrating new feature sets and creating innovative web experiences. A talent for communicating ideas, issues and solutions in a non-technical language Excellent English and communication skills (verbal written) This is a short term contract only and you must be available to start immediately. Please submit your resume to apply

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Product Manager - Mobile App

The Healthy Mummy is a dynamic business in the fastest growing niche - health and weight-loss just for mums. Our main focus is to empower mums to live a healthy and happy life and we are community focused - placing our customer at the centre of everything we do. We are a digital first company with a strong digital footprint across Web, Mobile, Social, with over 1.1 million mums active on social media, and a similar number visiting our every month with an ever growing email database. We are a fast growing business looking for new team members to lead be part of our growth. The right candidate will have the passion and desire to make a difference and also have a genuine interest in health, food or fitness. Role Purpose As a Product Manager you will drive product development evolution for mobile devices. You will working closely with iOSAndroid engineers to define and roll out products in an agile environment where software is released in a near continuous fashion. You will be taking on ownership of Mobile apps and integration with other leading edge products. Reporting to the Technology Director your responsibilities will include Own the Mobile application roadmap delivery Help to define the mobile products vision and strategy Work with Executive team to understand the business goals, business metrics and strategy so that it can be incorporated into the product planning Work with the marketing team to understand market dynamics and marketing goals as well as coordinate product launches and product related marketing campaigns Work with user experience and user research to understand customer behavior and needs and come up with cool and amazing user experiences for your products Work with engineers to build and launch new mobile products features as well as optimize existing features Understand and analyze user needs and work with customer service to understand customer complaints and challenges. Key skills Bachelors degree or equivalent years of working experience. 3+ years working in a dynamic product centric organization(s) where products are developed in an agile and lean way Have led and brought at least two products to market Strong technical abilities experience with Mobile app journeyanalytics tools like Mixpanel Demonstrated capacity for developing and understanding strategy. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Deep interest in creating and analyzing products. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Self starting and highly motivated Please submit your CV to be considered for this role. Only apply if you have full working rights in Australia.

Warringah Council Chambers, Civic Dr, Dee Why NSW 2099, Australia

ICT Officer

ENJOY OUR BENEFITS Nine Day Fortnight Generous Subsidised Superannuation Strong Cultural Values Career Development Opportunities Comprehensive Health Wellness Package The following excellent opportunity has arisen in the Corporate Services Directorate INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER (ICT) Full Time (76 HOURS PER FORTNIGHT) If you have experience with the management of a networked computer system experience with computerised accounting systems excellent interpersonal skills with enthusiasm and commitment to quality customer service delivery then this is the role for you The successful applicant will provide ICT support to all departments within the Shire of Northam. This will include setting up new hardware, troubleshooting and management of the Shires ICT asset register. The salary for this position is negotiable depending on qualifications, technical knowledge and experience. The position is full-time however there is some flexibility. The Shire of Northam is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, impairment, age, or veteran status. Application packages are available on the Shire of Northam web page . For further information regarding this vacancy contact Human Resources Coordinator Bev Jones on 08 9622 6100. Applicants should complete a covering letter outlining skills, experience and suitability for the role, attach their resume and completed application form and forward to the Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Northam, PO Box 613 Northam WA 6401 marked Private and Confidential “ stating the position title or via email to by 4.00 pm on Friday 6th July 2018. JASON WHITEAKER CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 395 Fitzgerald Street PO Box 613 Northam WA 6401 P (08) 9622 6100 F (08) 9622 1910 E W

Western Australia 6401, Australia

Level 1 IT Help Desk (Casual)

Global household IT brand name are looking for two L1 Help desk support analysts to join their team on a long term basis as an on-call support (has to be flexible in availability) You will be providing first level technical support to the organisations various clients and be part of a well established team of analysts providing support cover. The ideal candidate will have L1 support experience in an IT Help Desk environment and familiar with ticketing systems such as ServiceNow Zendesk or similar. You will gain exposure in a wide variety of technologies OS support and troubleshooting experience - XP to Windows 8 Windows Server 2003 to 2012 MS Active Directory and Exchange Virtualisation - VMwareHyper VCitrix Backup management and maintenance The ideal candidates will show a real passion for the industry and a willingness to learn. Responsibilities include Serving as the first point of contact with excellent customer service for clients seeking support through phone and email Performing remote troubleshooting through diagnostic techniques Providing accurate information on IT services and support Escalating tickets to the relevant technical support Experience with Windows server, Active Directory and Exchange Incident logging through help desk ticketing system Must be willing to travel within a small radius and provide cover to a variety of clients More than anything you will need to have impeccable communication skills and be able to provide a top level of customer service to a wide variety of small and medium size enterprises. Please APPLY below

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA