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  • 06 Apr 2021 1:18 PM | Jennifer Gallagher
    • Contract Vacancy for Approximately 9 Months
    • Ultimo, Sydney: Convenient CBD location (near Central Station)
    • Great opportunity to join an iconic Australian brand
    • Provide team leadership and technical direction to the Database and Unix Server Team

    About the Role

    This is a specialised role for someone immediately available to lead the team that supports, maintains and develops the ABC broadcast and business database and Unix systems. You will be able to provide significant technical direction to the team to ensure their security, availability and performance. This is a great move for a strong communicator who has the leadership skills to manage, develop and provide technical leadership to a team. 

    The role involves providing significant team leadership and technical direction to the Database and Unix Server Team and Database Server team covering the development and operation of MSSQL and Oracle and associated technology solution and includes;

    • Managing the workload to achieve results to agreed priorities, standards and time frames, and provide reports of progress as required.
    • Developing procedures and processes to enhance the development and and support of systems under scope.
    • Overseeing DR processes and providing resource for periodic testing.
    • Engaging with vendors for contract maintenance renewals.

    The role also involves;

    • Taking principal responsibility for ensuring effective and efficient MSSQL and Oracle RDBMS support service is provided.
    • Ensuring projects requiring Database and or Unix Engineer are resourced appropriately.
    • Ensuring the appropriate management of system and security compliance and management of in scope Systems License compliance.
    • Continuously improving system reliability, quality, and security through monitoring, reporting and fault resolution on supported platforms; and proactively identifying opportunities and take appropriate action.

    About You

    If you have demonstrated experience in a similar role and/or vendor certifications in appropriate technologies and/or equivalent significant skills, knowledge and experience, we'd be very interested in hearing from you. The following is essential to be successful in the role and hit the ground running:

    • High level of Database Administration skills in MSSQL  2012 or later and Database Administration skills in Oracle RBMS 11g or later. Significant experience with administering AWS RDS, MySql, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Reporting Services, Integration Services and other open-source RDBMS are desirable.
    • Demonstrated highly expert knowledge of Sql Server High Availability environment, Windows Clustering, AlwaysOn, Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), Oracle ASM, Data Guard, Oracle Grid and RMAN.

    You will also be confident in and have highly developed and skills in the following:

    • Problem-solving skills with the ability resolve particularly complex technical RDBMS related issues on Microsoft Windows, Unix, VMware, and Cloud environment; and advise on high level database solution designs.
    • Organisational and project management skills with the ability to manage and resource projects effectively in a large, complex organisation.
    • Analytical skills with strategic reasoning and judgement.
    • Communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate highly complex IT technological concepts to non-technical staff, in both verbal and written form.

    For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description: Download File 50033848 DBA & UNIX TEAM LEADER.pdf

    For further information on this position please contact Jacques Zobouian, Manager, Platforms and Hosting on 02 8333 2669

    Apply at abc.net.au/careers

    Applications Close: 11:55 pm, Sunday, 19 April.

  • 02 Apr 2021 5:13 PM | Sue York (Administrator)
    • Permanent Full Time
    • ASX Top 50 Leading Energy Infrastructure Company
    • Spring Hill, QLD – domestic relocation assistance

    APA is one of Australia’s leading energy infrastructure businesses. We own and operate Australia’s largest gas network with over 1800 people across almost 70 sites throughout mainland, regional and remote Australia, APA also own or have interests in gas storage facilities, gas-fired power stations, gas processing plants, wind farms and solar farms. We have a strong commitment to achieving the best outcome through an inclusive and collaborative culture.

    We now have an exciting opportunity available for a Senior Infrastructure Engineer to join our Transformation and Technology team in Spring Hill QLD on a full time basis.

    Reporting to the Infrastructure Operations Manager you will play a key role in implementing, managing and supporting specific IT infrastructure systems throughout the APA Group IT Infrastructure environment. These systems will generally be of national importance and provide services to all APA Group staff.

    Key Responsibilities

    The implementation, management, ongoing support and continuous improvement of APA Grid and Digital Customer Experience (DCX) Systems, as well as additional APA technologies.

    • Provide support and guidance on Azure & AWS as we move to our cloud first strategy.
    • Develop and maintain operational standards and technical documentation for the relevant systems including Cloud solutions.
    • Ensure appropriate levels of monitoring are being undertaken and actioned where appropriate and providing recommendations for areas of improvement.
    • Be the conduit for all APA Grid projects and initiatives and be a key player in the cloud journey.
    • Participate in the Infrastructure on call process.

    About You

    • Extensive IT experience within a commercial business environment.
    • Support and maintenance of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (Server and Desktop).
    • Managing & Maintaining Cloud Environments (Azure & AWS).
    • Proficiency in using ITIL processes.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to build solid working relationships with various departments.
    • Strong communication skills to effectively communicate technical information to both technical and non-technical people.
    • The ability to make well-informed decisions, provide sound guidance and exercise objectivity in a variety of situations.
    • Strong influencing and customer management skills, including the ability to negotiate mutually agreeable outcomes.
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL & Oracle Databases (advantageous).

    APA is an equal opportunity employer. The safety and sustainability of our people, community and environment is our focus. We embrace diversity in our people to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we operate in.

    Sound like your kind of career? We’d love to hear from you.

    When you join us on this journey to success, you will have access to targeted career development programs, competitive remuneration, employee benefits, work–life balance and wellbeing programs.

    Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia to be considered.

    APA Group is not accepting submissions from recruitment agencies for this role.

    APPLY NOW

    Role closes Sunday 18th April 2021. Role reference 302.

    Visit us on apa.com.au/careers

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.


  • 31 Mar 2021 6:20 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    We are seeking developers with experience configuring and customising ServiceNow to work with Pipefish to assist a large Qld Government customer deliver initiatives from their continuous improvement program.

    Our team prides itself on the consistent and timely delivery of high-quality outcomes that meet the expectations of our customer. We have created a culture of achievement and want you to enhance it with your proven history of delivering successful projects in a high-paced environment.

    As part of the team, you will:

    • Assist in finalising customer requirements and contribute to the design of solutions using industry best practice
    • Engage with the customer to demonstrate and confirm the implemented solutions
    • Participate in Agile Sprints from planning through to sprint completion and retrospective reviews
    • Progress and support customer requirements from Design, Development, Acceptance Testing through to Production and ongoing Support.

    To join the team, you will need:

    • A tertiary qualification in Information Technology or related industry experience
    • Commercial experience with ServiceNow on medium to large enterprise solutions
    • Demonstrable knowledge of different ServiceNow features
    • Strong communication, writing and presentation skills
    • Ability to meet committed deadlines
    • Motivation to collaborate in a tight knit team

    Your experience should also include:

    • Exposure to IT service management, configuration management or asset management
    • Commercial experience working in Agile Scrum processes and methodologies
    • Any ServiceNow qualifications including:
    • Certified ServiceNow System Administrator
    • Certified ServiceNow Application Developer
    • Certified ServiceNow Implementation Specialist

    We are looking to fill several roles that require differing levels of skill and experience. The roles are based in the Brisbane CBD and will include work-from-home flexibility after initial establishment.

    Is this you?

    Please send your resume and a brief description of your suitability to the following address: witsncjobapplicants@pipefish.com.au


  • 31 Mar 2021 3:33 PM | Kathy Dallest
    • Full time
    • Research Fellow Grade 1 or Grade 2
    • Fixed Term
    • Gold Coast campus

    Go to Griffith University jobs

    About the opportunity 

    The primary purpose of this Research Fellow position is to help understand the nature of ME/CFS and identify potential prognostic markers and/or therapeutic targets through the investigation of the role of ion channels and calcium signalling in the pathogenesis of the disease as part of the NCNED Team.

    The Research Fellow will plan and conduct experiments in the short and long term, promote results in scientific journals and supervise research students with their individual projects within the Centre.

    This is a fixed term (1 year) full time position based at the Gold Coast campus. Griffith is a multi-campus university and it is understood that the position will work across campuses.

    About you 
    The prospective candidate will hold a PhD or equivalent qualifications/work experience in the field of immunology and ion channel function.

    To be successful within this role you will be able to:

    • Demonstrate your ability to provide support to the team leader by conducting research in ME/CFS which is nationally and internationally competitive and contributes to the research objectives of the Centre, including coordination of the collection of samples for research projects.
    • Provide evidence that you are able to independently initiate, design, and perform new electrophysiology and calcium imaging research protocols in ME/CFS to advance the diagnosis of the disease, the identification of therapeutic targets and an understanding of the pathophysiology.

    It is essential that you develop or continue to maintain a good publication record of in high impact, international, esteemed peer-reviewed journals, and in addition be able to contribute to teaching activities as required, including but not limited to supervision and/or mentorships of undergraduate and higher degree research students for the smooth running of the NCNED Team.

    A demonstrated ability to work independently and with minimal supervision to meet competing deadlines is essential, as well as be able to work effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary team and communicate with a range of stakeholders. You will have high level interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, including high level record-keeping and presentation skills.

    Salary Range 
    Base Salary Research Fellow (Grade 1) $76,899 - $90,077 per annum, plus salary package including 17% employer superannuation. 

    Base Salary Research Fellow (Grade 2) $98.174 - $116,584 per annum, plus salary package including 17% employer superannuation.

    How to apply 
    Please submit your application online and ensure your application includes the following:

    • A covering statement outlining your suitability for the role
    • Current curriculum vitae, including name and contact details

    Obtain the position description by clicking on the apply button. You will be redirected to the Griffith University job search page where you will be able to access the position description.

    Note: Application attachments should be saved as .doc, .docx or .pdf only. File names should be no more than 25 characters long and should include letters and numbers only. 

    Applicants must have unrestricted work rights. 

    What Griffith University offers 
    Working for one of the most influential universities in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, you will join a University that spans five physical campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world.

    At Griffith University, we've worked hard to create a culture that will challenge you to be curious, creative and courageous. We also support the professional and personal development of all our employees and invest in the skills of our people. 

    Griffith University values diversity, inclusion and flexibility and we encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and people of all backgrounds to apply. Griffith's strategic goals are to also increase the proportion of women in senior academic and administrative roles and in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM).

    Further information 
    For further information about this role, please contact Professor Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik, National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases (NCNED), Menzies Health Institute Queensland on +61 (0) 7 567 80725 or email: s.marshall-gradisnik@griffith.edu.au

    See link: https://youtu.be/Omh-fR4_9hI

    For application queries, please contact People Services on +61 (0) 7 373 54011.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you wish to discuss First Peoples Employment further please contact the Talent Management Partner (First Peoples) - Joshua Long on (07) 37355403 or joshua.s.long@griffith.edu.au

    APPLY NOW

    Closing date: Monday, 12 April 2021 at 5 pm AEST. All applications must be submitted online.

    As the team experiences high volumes of applications, we appreciate your patience to allow for a timely and fair process for all.

    Please note: We do not accept unsolicited CVs from Recruitment agencies / third parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to hiring managers.

    Right to live and work

    You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.


  • 31 Mar 2021 11:13 AM | Paddy - APNIC MacQueen
    • Full-time
    • Open to applications from all levels of experience
    • Location: South Brisbane

    The Opportunity

    As a Software Developer in our Registry Product team you’ll play a key role in the development and maintenance of APNIC’s registry software.  You’ll work on software that is critical to both the smooth operation of the global Internet and to APNIC’s role as a Regional Internet Registry.  

    On a typical day you’ll find yourself:

    • developing in Java and Perl on the backend and Javascript on the frontend
    • deploying your code into an environment that is partly RPMs on Linux VMs, and partly Docker containers in Kubernetes
    • working on projects related to the development of APIs and enhancements to our Member Portal

    You will also find yourself:

    • throwing your ideas into the planning process to help direct future activities
    • discussing best practices as part of our commitment to continual improvement and learning

    About You

    To be successful in the role you’ll have a true passion for software engineering and be comfortable owning your work through all stages of the SDLC. 

    In detail, your background should include:

    • Bachelor's degree in IT, Computer Science, or a related field (or equivalent industry experience)
    • A working knowledge of:
      • web services
      • relational database design and implementation
      • Linux/Unix environments
      • source control and code management (e.g. Git)

    It would also be nice if your background included:

    • Spring
    • Java, Perl, C, C++
    • Docker, Kubernetes, Sensu, Puppet
    • Distributed deployment environments, service-oriented architecture
    • User-interface design and information architecture
    • TCP/IP and Internet applications, addressing structures and schemes

    Team and cultural fit are equally as important to us as your technical know-how, so you should demonstrate:  

    • High-level capacity for adaptability, flexibility and commitment, and the ability to apply sound judgment and reasoning, particularly when under pressure 
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective stakeholder relationships across all levels of the organisation 
    • Strong administrative, planning, time management and organisational skills 

    APNIC prides itself on providing a supportive and inclusive multicultural environment with opportunities for personal growth and development.

    Who are we and what do we do?

    As the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific, we work for the good of the Internet and the 4.5 billion people who use it across the region. We're a Not-For-Profit and are responsible for overseeing the distribution of IP addresses – and wider Internet addressing services - to governments, organisations and individuals. We also provide support to our membership of more than 8,000 across 56 economies.

    Why is this so important?

    The people who created the Internet decided right from the start that it should be a public resource and that it needs to be managed and shared in a fair way. We help make that happen. By managing fair access to IP addresses, and delivering support and guidance to those who are using them, we enable and promote an open and equal Internet in Asia Pacific and beyond.  

    To apply complete the application form at: https://apnic.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=55

    Applications Close midnight on 14 April 2021.

    If you have an enquiry about the above advertised position, please email hr@apnic.net with a subject title ‘Software Engineer’.

     

  • 29 Mar 2021 2:34 PM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould
    • Melbourne or Brisbane location

    The Data Engineering Lead contributes to the development and improvement of data acquisition, usage and distribution through developing data pipelines and applying data governance, and data visualisation techniques, working alongside data science, product management, software engineering, and the marketing team.

    In order to expand and capitalise on these data opportunities within Shell Energy Australia the Data Engineering Lead will operationalise data pipelines and data products in scalable cloud environments.
      
    Responsibilities
    • Be the technical lead of a team of data engineers, specialists and software engineers to streamline and automate the management & control of data for analytical and operational processes;
    • Proactively develop and improve the data engineering & data science capability;
    • Build the infrastructure required to support specialised data pipelines using a micro-services architecture across a wide variety of data sources using data management systems and AWS technologies;
    • Work with stakeholders including the Executive, Product, Data and Design teams to assist with data-related technical issues and support their data infrastructure needs;
    • Provide leadership through guiding other data engineers/scientists & software engineers on scalable cloud architectures that focus on greater functionality and flexibility in our data systems;
    • Support upskilling internal staff and guiding career development opportunities;
    • Guide data engineers/scientists allocated to you, on achieving their internal KPIs;
    • Develop a strong understanding of strategic business initiatives and apply your expertise in Data Engineering for translating new requirements into scalable and sustainable data solutions;
    • Provide subject matter expertise with Big Data technologies to constantly challenge and improve the solutions by adding new capabilities, enhancing performance or improving robustness and solution availability.;
    • Develop and use data mining and statistical skills - including existing and new innovative methodologies in descriptive profiling statistics, segmentation, non-supervised methods, predictive models, etc. - in order to most effectively answer our business questions;
    • Use Tableau, PowerBI and PowerPoint, or other forms of visual storytelling, to summarise findings; propose innovative data presentation and visualisation options;
    • Own the designs and implementations of data pipelines, data catalogues, data models and data controls, and advise on good practices for operating at scale;
    • Responsible for operationally supporting data management tools and data solutions;
    • Ensure flawless execution and timely delivery of all work;
    • Assemble large, complex data sets that meet functional / non-functional business requirements. 
    We’d love to hear from you if:
      
    You have experience in a similar role and knowledge of the electricity market, together with the following: 
    • Degree in computer science or related discipline.
    • Experiences in data architecture, data integration and data manipulation at scale.;
    • You are comfortable being responsible for continuous deployment, operation, and monitoring of your data solutions and their infrastructure;
    • Hands-on, proficient experience with programming in Python and PySpark building data management solutions and; working with business intelligence and visualisation tools (e.g. Tableau, Power BI);
    • Strong technical proficiency in SQL, NoSQL and experience working with queues & event streams;
    • Experience with products such as Snowflake and Matillion
    • Experience in architecting Data Lakes and Data Warehouses.
    • Strong experience with Windows, Linux, Unix environments and with a variety of database technologies;
    • Knowledge of complexities and challenges with ETL/ELT solutions and data flow processes;
    • Experience within the AWS Cloud environment with data services such as AWS S3, AWS EC2, AWS Lambda, AWS Kinesis, AWS Glue, AWS Athena, AWS EMR and products such as Snowflake and Matillion;
    • Practical experience building data pipelines and implementing data controls for Business and IT operations and solutions that integrate with digital products and operate within a hybrid Cloud environment;
    • Ability to present and communicate complex technical issues to a variety of audiences including senior management;
    • Developed business acumen along with a curiosity of the bigger picture, and how your work contributes to it; 
    About Shell Energy in Australia

    Shell Energy is Australia’s largest dedicated supplier of business electricity. We deliver business energy solutions and innovation across a portfolio of gas, electricity, environmental products and energy productivity for commercial and industrial customers. We are the second largest electricity provider to commercial and industrial businesses in Australia1, we offer integrated solutions and market-leading2 customer satisfaction, built on industry expertise and personalised relationships. This has afforded us a ranking of number 1 in customer satisfaction in business electrical retailers for 10 years running, something that we are immensely proud of and aim to achieve in the future. We also operate 662 megawatts of gas-fired peaking power stations in Western Australia and Queensland, supporting the transition to renewables, and are currently developing the 120-megawatt Gangarri solar energy development in Queensland.

    By embracing confidence, team spirit, and contribution, we generate fresh thinking, creativity and nimble execution to give us the edge in an ever-changing market. We ask, ‘what’s next?’ for ourselves and for our industry, always on the lookout for opportunities for our customers, our business, and our people.

    1 By load, based on Shell Energy analysis of publicly available data
    2Utility Market Intelligence (UMI) survey of commercial and industrial electricity customers of major electricity retailers by research company NTF Group, October 2020
      
    What sets us apart from the rest?

    At Shell Energy we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes. We also offer employees a great range of benefits including:
    • An attractive incentive program;
    • Generous leave benefits; and not limited too additional annual leave, flexi leave and extra public holidays over and above the standard;
    • Flexible and supportive ways of working with state of the art technology and facilities.
      

    How to Apply

    Please apply via the link here.

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email humanresources@shellenergy.com.au. 

    For more information, head to our website shellenergy.com.au 
      
    Shell Energy is an equal opportunity employer who recognises the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees. Should you wish to have a conversation about what makes Shell Energy a great place to work or for more information about this opportunity, please email applications@shellenergy.com.au and a member of our HR team will reach out to you. Please detail in the email the reason for your enquiry and/or which opportunity you are interested in.

    Recruitment Agencies please note: this recruitment assignment is being managed directly by the Shell Energy  Human Resources team. We will reach out to our preferred agency partners if required. Your respect for this process is appreciated.


  • 26 Mar 2021 3:40 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Our eCommerce team is in a growth state, giving you the best of both worlds – the ability to have impact and suggest best practice in a start-up style environment, with the support and career opportunities in a global group of brands. You’ll have exposure across a range of exciting projects as we develop our eCommerce business.

    The Challenge

    In this newly-created role you will initially have a broad scope, providing reports and analysis to our digital marketers, eCommerce merchants and Digital Marketing Director to facilitate enhancements or strategic decisions across multiple brands and platforms. You will leverage all available analytics data sources (Adobe Analytics, Google Analytics, Customer Data Platform, Facebook & Google Ads) to provide a comprehensive view of digital marketing performance and customer behaviour. As the team continues to grow, you’ll have the chance to hone your skills and specialise in user behaviour and experience and associated site optimisation metrics primarily using Adobe Analytics. You’ll be working across 11 branded websites across multiple platforms and be part of large-scale software implementation projects, bringing us best-in-class technologies to support our ongoing focus and investment in eCommerce.

    The Reward

    As part of the global Boardriders business you’ll gain unique industry exposure, work with amazing brands and be part of a team of subject matter experts sharing their knowledge. We live and breathe the lifestyle that our brands represent, we wear the product to the office and work with likeminded people who are passionate about what they do. Working within an agile and collaborative team, you’ll have the opportunity to make big impact through your analysis and see the results of your recommendations come to fruition.

    Who are we looking for?

    To be successful in this role you will have:

    • Previous experience in an eCommerce environment, ideally working across multiple brands (fashion/apparel experience preferred)

    • Experience in a similar web analytics focused role with hands-on experience in Adobe Analytics (a.k.a. Omniture SiteCatalyst) or Google Analytics

    • Experience with advertising platform analytics such as Facebook Ads and Google Ads

    • Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel

    • The ability to organise, present and explain complex data to a variety of stakeholders

    • Experience with Google Data Studio, Tableau, Power BI, Qlikview, SAP will be well regarded

    • Above all you’ll thrive working in an evolving, fast paced team environment

    About Us:

    Boardriders, Inc., is the world’s leading action sports and lifestyle company that designs, produces and distributes branded apparel, footwear and accessories for Boardriders around the world. The Company’s apparel and footwear brands represent a casual lifestyle for young‐minded people who are inspired by a passion for outdoor action sports. The Company’s Quiksilver, Billabong, Roxy, DC Shoes, RVCA, Element, VonZipper, Kustom, Xcel and Palmers brands have authentic roots and heritage in surf, snow and skate.  

    www.boardriders.com/careers

    APPLY TODAY

    Send us your application today! Thank you for your interest in working with us. Whilst we would love the chance to speak to every applicant unfortunately that's not always possible. If you have been selected for an interview you will hear back from us within 3 weeks. Good luck!



  • 26 Mar 2021 11:53 AM | Sue York (Administrator)

    • Kew
    • Full Time – Permanent

    Do you want to be part of using the business of banking as a force for good? Do you want to create positive impact for people and the planet? Bank Australia is the bank for people who want to be part of a movement creating a fairer and more just world.

    We’re growing fast as more people choose to align their banking with their values. We’re a customer owned, B Corp certified bank. We empower our staff and 160,000+ customers to be part of the clean money movement.

    We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Identity and Access Management (IDAM) Specialist to drive uplifts and maturity in the IDAM space.  As a key member of the Security Team, you will have the opportunity to own and contribute towards the establishment and maintenance of a structured and mature security environment.

    The role offers you the opportunity to work on some very exciting cyber security projects.

    Why join us?

    • We have big plans to become Australia’s most trusted bank and a leading purpose-driven business.
    • As a certified B Corp, we’re part of a global business community who meet the highest social and environmental standards, putting purpose over profit.
    • Every role and person in our bank is essential to bringing our values, purpose and aspiration to life.
    • We offer flexible working options and competitive salary and benefits, including 11% super and paid parental, volunteer and family violence leave.
    • We support our staff to grow their careers through learning and development and an organisational culture where we reward and recognise innovation and values, not long hours.
    • We are committed to building an inclusive culture and a diverse workforce that reflects the Australian community.
    • We are the first bank in the world to own its own Conservation Reserve – which we use to protect threatened species and involve staff in conservation.

    What you will be doing

    • Provide guidance on access management in line with industry standards
    • Lead the design, documentation, implementation and socialisation of Bank Australia’s identity and access lifecycle process, including:
    • On-boarding and off-boarding
    • User provisioning and de-provisioning
    • Modern access management capability, such as single sign-on (SSO), federated identities, multi-factor authentication (MFA) and privileged account management
    • Coordinate and lead technical identity and access implementation activities such as Privileged Access Management, SSO and MFA
    • Coordinate and lead in change management activities related to identity and access management
    • Document and socialise access management policies, standards, processes and procedures
    • Identify and manage IDAM related security risks and drive improvements
    • Keep pace with emerging IAM and PAM technology, cyber threats, and industry trends
    • Drive the remediation of access management audit findings
    • Engage the business and various key stakeholders with respect to understanding IDAM current state and communicating future state Provide input into regular security reporting
    • Facilitate workshops with the business as required.

    What you will bring

    • Hands on experience specialising in aspects of identity and access management, identity lifecycle management, implementation and support of identity and access management technology
    • Understanding of cyber security standards NIST Cyber Security Framework, ISO27001, PCI DSS
    • Understanding of APRA Prudential Standards relating to cyber security
    • Broad knowledge of Cyber Security Infrastructure technologies and best
    • Demonstrated experience implementing and managing security infrastructure including single sign-on, multi-factor authentication and Privileged Access Management
    • An understanding of security technologies commonly used to detect, contain or prevent security incidents such as IDS/IPS, Endpoint Security, Firewalls, Content Inspection and SIEM
    • Experience in the development, deployment and maintenance of security policies, procedures and standards
    • Experience managing and including remediation of security audit finding including
    • Problem solving and analysis skills, with a high attention to detail
    • Excellent communications skills (written and verbal)
    • One or more related certifications such as CISSP, CEH, CISA, CISM
    • Commitment to Bank Australia’s purpose, aspiration, values and brand as well as the B Corp ethos.

    APPLY NOW

    Applications close 26th April 2021

    By submitting an application you agree to Bank Australia’s Privacy Policy for applicants and confirm that you are legally able to work in Australia. Bank Australia is an equal opportunity employer committed to sustainable development. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities because we want to reflect the diversity of our communities. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace.

    Bank Australia reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement at any time. Candidates will be progressed as applications are received, rather than after the advertisement closure date. If you wish to be considered, please submit your application as soon as possible. Please note, the successful candidate will be subject to satisfactory background checks including but not limited to police and previous employment.


  • 26 Mar 2021 11:45 AM | Sue York (Administrator)

    • Location: Moe
    • Full Time – Permanent

    Do you want to be part of using the business of banking as a force for good? Do you want to create positive impact for people and the planet? Bank Australia is the bank for people who want to be part of a movement creating a fairer and more just world.

    We’re growing fast as more people choose to align their banking with their values. We’re a customer owned, B Corp certified bank. We empower our staff and 160,000+ customers to be part of the clean money movement.

    We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced  to join our Technology team and be based in Moe. The Senior Service Desk Analyst provides first level IT support via the phone and second level IT support either via remote desktop tools or desktop support to staff across the organisation.

    Why join us?

    • We have big plans to become Australia’s most trusted bank and a leading purpose-driven business.
    • As a certified B Corp, we’re part of a global business community who meet the highest social and environmental standards, putting purpose over profit.
    • Every role and person in our bank is essential to bringing our values, purpose and aspiration to life.
    • We offer flexible working options and competitive salary and benefits, including 11% super and paid parental, volunteer and family violence leave.
    • We support our staff to grow their careers through learning and development and an organisational culture where we reward and recognise innovation and values, not long hours.
    • We are committed to building an inclusive culture and a diverse workforce that reflects the Australian community.
    • We are the first bank in the world to own its own Conservation Reserve – which we use to protect threatened species and involve staff in conservation.

    What you’ll be doing

    • Provide a high level of first level support, via the phone and second level either by remote desktop tools or desktop support to staff across the organisation
    • Answer, evaluate and prioritise incoming requests and assists users with hardware, software, networking and other technology related problems
    • Adhere to established SLA's with the business and key stakeholders for timely resolution of issues
    • Log all support calls in Bank Australia’s Manage Engine Service Desk application
    • Create and maintain Request for Work (RFW) records in the call logging tool, for the provision of support with third parties
    • Liaise directly with third parties to ensure timely completion of RFWs and keep the appropriate staff members informed
    • Identify opportunities to continuously improve the IT systems, both software and hardware
    • Active participation in team meetings, events and conferences.

    What you’ll bring

    • Demonstrated experience providing responsive, high quality customer service and support
    • An enthusiastic and positive attitude with a broad knowledge of application software
    • A technical mind and the ability to proactively provide solutions
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to build effective working relationships
    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
    • Excellent accuracy and attention to detail
    • Good understanding of various technology platforms including Citrix Thin Client, Windows Server, Microsoft Office and Active Directory
    • Relevant tertiary qualification and/or relevant experience in supporting services within an ITIL Service Management framework in a customer service environment
    • Commitment to Bank Australia’s purpose, aspiration, values and brand as well as the B Corp ethos.

    Please note, some afterhours support will be required.

    Apply Now

    Applications close 23rd April 2021

    By submitting an application you agree to Bank Australia’s Privacy Policy for applicants and confirm that you are legally able to work in Australia. Bank Australia is an equal opportunity employer committed to sustainable development. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities because we want to reflect the diversity of our communities. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace.

    Bank Australia reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement at any time. Candidates will be progressed as applications are received, rather than after the advertisement closure date. If you wish to be considered, please submit your application as soon as possible. Please note, the successful candidate will be subject to satisfactory background checks including but not limited to police and previous employment.


  • 26 Mar 2021 11:38 AM | Sue York (Administrator)
    • Location: Kew
    • Full Time - Permanent

    Do you want to be part of using the business of banking as a force for good? Do you want to create positive impact for people and the planet? Bank Australia is the bank for people who want to be part of a movement creating a fairer and more just world.

    We’re growing fast as more people choose to align their banking with their values. We’re a customer owned, B Corp certified bank. We empower our staff and 160,000+ customers to be part of the clean money movement.

    We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Information Security Analyst to join our information security team and contribute to the establishment and maintenance of a well-structured and mature security environment. The Security Analyst will be responsible for testing and verification of a wide range of security controls across both internal systems and those managed by third parties. In addition you will support the team in building our cyber security situational awareness.

    Why join us?

    • We have big plans to become Australia’s most trusted bank and a leading purpose-driven business.
    • As a certified B Corp, we’re part of a global business community who meet the highest social and environmental standards, putting purpose over profit.
    • Every role and person in our bank is essential to bringing our values, purpose and aspiration to life.
    • We offer flexible working options and competitive salary and benefits, including 11% super and paid parental, volunteer and family violence leave.
    • We support our staff to grow their careers through learning and development and an organisational culture where we reward and recognise innovation and values, not long hours.
    • We are committed to building an inclusive culture and a diverse workforce that reflects the Australian community.
    • We are the first bank in the world to own its own Conservation Reserve – which we use to protect threatened species and involve staff in conservation.

    What you’ll be doing

    • Responsible for testing and verifying security controls across both internal systems and systems managed by third parties
    • Engaging internal and external third parties to test and verify security controls of systems
    • Informing and educating on trends in cyber security, providing a point of contact and advice for cyber security issues
    • Ensuring appropriate controls are in place to protect Bank Australia from cyber security threats
    • Providing input to regular security reporting, including security control status and trends in adversary behaviours
    • Working closely with security teams and actively contributing to various projects.

    What you’ll bring

    • Understanding of current cyber security threat trends and how to protect and defend these threats
    • Experience working with security controls such as SIEMs, endpoint security solutions, email security gateways, web proxies
    • Knowledge and experience with core infrastructure technologies, such as (but not limited to) Active Directory, workstation and server platforms, networking and cloud services
    • Knowledge and understanding of authentication and authorisation technology
    • Exposure and understand of industry cyber security standards such as NIST, ISO 27001/2, ASD essential 8, PCI DSS, APRA CPS234
    • Knowledge of attack vectors, threat tactics and attacker techniques
    • Problem solving and analytics skills, with a high attention to detail
    • Strong communications skills – both verbal and written, able to share knowledge and educate others.
    • One or more relevant cyber security certifications;
    • Diploma or degree in Computer Science or related field;
    • Commitment to Bank Australia’s purpose, aspiration, values and brand as well as the B Corp ethos.

    APPLY NOW

    Applications close 17th April 2021

    By submitting an application you agree to Bank Australia’s Privacy Policy for applicants and confirm that you are legally able to work in Australia. Bank Australia is an equal opportunity employer committed to sustainable development. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities because we want to reflect the diversity of our communities. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace.

    Bank Australia reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement at any time. Candidates will be progressed as applications are received, rather than after the advertisement closure date. If you wish to be considered, please submit your application as soon as possible. Please note, the successful candidate will be subject to satisfactory background checks including but not limited to police and previous employment.


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