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Assistant Director, Information Technology

  • Executive Level 1
  • Melbourne
  • Salary $96,787 to $122,569
  • Applications close by Monday 20 November 2017

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About the Commission

The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government's independent research and advisory body on a broad range of economic, social and environmental policy issues affecting the welfare of Australians.

About the position

The Assistant Director is responsible for leading and managing the day to day operations of the ICT team as well as supporting and assisting the Director, ICT in the provision of strategic management and leadership of the ICT function for the Commission.

About the Information Communication Technology (ICT) team

The ICT team provides design, development, implementation and support for all Commission ICT infrastructure. The team’s core objective is to ensure that the Commission staff have appropriate ICT enabled tools and technologies that are fit for purpose and dependable.

The Commission’s ICT must support and facilitate:

  • communication
  • organisation of information and data for analysis, publication and presentation purposes
  • information gathering from government, academic sources, industry and the community
  • data analysis.

ICT Infrastructure

The Commission strategy for the computing environment is to supply users with devices for day to day business and maintain an enterprise virtual server environment. It is mixture of Microsoft and vendor appliances (such as Citrix). Communications devices for office-based voice and data using VOIP technologies are managed by the ICT section. Support/maintenance is supplied by various vendors.

Prospective applicants should address the published selection criteria which are available below. Applications close on Monday 20 November 2017 and should be submitted via the form below.

Eligibility

Employees of the Productivity Commission are required to be Australian citizens.

Educational qualifications and specialist expertise

Tertiary or qualifications in a relevant discipline such as Computer Science or Software Engineering will be highly regarded.

Contact officer

For further information about the position contact Guy Beaven 03 9653 2269.

Selection

Merit

Our assessment processes are designed to ensure the right people are in the right roles. In doing so, our decisions are based on Merit.

Workplace diversity

The Productivity Commission recognises the positive contribution that a diverse workforce can make to organisational effectiveness and is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply, including Indigenous Australians and people with a disability.

Overview of the selection process

  • Receipt and initial assessment of applications
  • Shortlisting - on the basis of written application
  • Interview - shortlisted applicants will usually be invited to attend interview
  • Referees may be contacted for further assessment of suitability

All applicants will be notified of the outcome on completion of the selection process.

Communication

We will use your email address for any general communication. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by phone.

Privacy

Applicant’s personal information will only be used for the purposes for which it was collected. For more information, please read the Commission’s privacy statement

Lodging your application

Please submit your application online by completing the application form below and attaching:

  • Your Resume / Curriculum Vitae and covering letter
  • A concise statement, describing how your skills and experience relate (with examples) to the selection criteria and the duties of the advertised position.

Please enter information in the required fields * and attach all relevant documentation below.

If you have any queries about the form, please contact our recruitment team by email: recruitment@pc.gov.au or call us on (03) 9653 2362.

A reminder that applications close on Monday 20 November 2017.

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