Computerworld Australia's hot jobs roundup: 28 March 2011

A look at the hot IT jobs and certifications around Australia this week

Unknown organisation - Clicks IT Recruitment: Senior Business Analyst

Location: Melbourne, CBD

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: N/A

Skills required:

Experience with:

  • Business Analyst in a large organisation
  • Process Modelling
  • UML - Use Case
  • User Documentation
  • Data Modelling
  • Project Management

Unknown organisation - Candle ICT: IT Project Manager

Location: Melbourne, VIC

Job Type: Six month contract

Salary: N/A

Skills required:

  • At least 5 years experience in managing IT projects, including implementations across multiple sites and integration of diverse systems
  • Proven track record in successfully delivering projects between $100K and $1 m
  • Previous experience building and leading multiple teams of up to 10 people
  • Vendor sourcing (RFP etc), negotiation and contract management skills

Unknown organisation - Candle ICT: NOC Engineer

Location: Sydney, NSW

Job Type: Full time

Salary: N/A

Skills required:

  • Above one to three years of working experience in Telecommunication industry, preferably experience in operation of network operation/monitoring/surveillance centre. Candidate with other relevant experience is encouraged to apply.
  • Basic knowledge in Access and Transport Networks. Relevant training will be provided to candidates

ASIO - Seek: IT Officers

Location: ACT

Job Type: N/A

Salary: $58,968 to $86,791 (plus superannuation)

IT areas:

  • Software Developers
  • Applications Support Specialists
  • Business Analysts
  • Digital Intelligence Analysts
  • IT Security Specialists
  • Cyber Threat Analysts
  • Storage Specialists
  • Backup Specialists
  • Database Administrators and Developers
  • Network Infrastructure Specialists
  • Communications Specialists
  • Systems Administrators (Unix and Windows)
  • Analytical Support Specialists
  • ITIL Service Support Specialists
  • Technical Writers
  • Web Developers
  • Software Testers

University of New England - Seek: eResearch Analyst

Location: Sydney

Job Type: N/A

Salary: N/A

Skills required:

  • Experience analysing complex ICT requirements, preferably within an academic research environment;
  • Proven ability to liaise, understand and manage the needs of broad and complex stakeholder groups with diverse viewpoints;
  • Ability to architect and deploy effective ICT solutions;
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, appropriately targeted to relevant audiences;
  • Excellent problem solving capability;
  • Ability to think laterally and innovate;
  • Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent experience.
  • Experience in a university research group or other relevant research environment;
  • Extensive knowledge of a research discipline;
  • Some project or program management experience;
  • Knowledge of high performance computing technologies;
  • Knowledge of open source collaboration tools and technologies;
  • Knowledge of data management issues and solutions;
  • Higher degree in a relevant discipline.

Unknown organisation - Seek: Microsoft Systems Engineers

Location: Brisbane

Job Type: N/A

Salary: N/A

Skills required:

  • 2 to 5 years industry experience preferably working for a solutions provider
  • Sound experience with all aspects of design, deployment and migration of solutions
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Exchange 2007/10
  • Active Directory & Group policy manager
  • SCCM or SMS (desirable)
  • Windows Server building and administration
  • Experience with Microsoft Clusters

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