IT Business Systems Team Lead
- Coordinate continuous improvement of Council’s internal IT business systems
- Lead and coach two team members
- Total Package: Up to $115k, plus phone, travel support, 35 hours per week
Mosman Council is committed to its community, innovation, the environment and making a difference at the local level. The recruitment and selection of talented staff committed to giving back to the community is a high priority for us, as we know our reputation relies on it.
Our employees enjoy many great benefits, including a 3-weekly Rostered Days Off for full-time staff, public transport travel subsidy program, tertiary study assistance, health and well-being initiatives and annual Award increases and performance reviews.
We offer a professional and flexible working environment and take pride in having a supportive and progressive workplace culture. We have been formally recognised as an exceptional place to work, winning the Voice Project’s Best Workplace Award for 2019.
About the Opportunity
Reporting to the Manager IT Services, you will coordinate the ongoing planning and development of Council's business computer systems. In this role, you will carry substantial autonomy in identifying and acting on issues after consultation with relevant staff and management and be responsible for two team members.
Your day to day work will include:
- Ensuring that the corporate information and business systems support whole of organisation, improve Council staff productivity and provide the context for continuous improvement
- Improving internal communication mechanisms and organisational systems within the organisation and promote appropriate use of information
- Providing support to the organisation and its customers by developing and maintaining electronic workflows
- Identifying weaknesses in internal business systems and designing and implementing improvements
- Coordinating and/or conducting training in the use of a variety of systems, both in a group and one-on-one sessions for staff across the organisation
- Project managing new business system implementations, working with business to gather scope and requirements, performing gap analysis, designing and configuring, and organising ongoing business as usual support.
You will have a degree qualification in business administration, information technology or information management coupled with at least 4 years’ experience as a systems analyst or special projects officer in a business, IT or information management field.
You will have strong team leading ability and skills in conflict resolution. You’ll have opportunity to use your complex problem-solving skills and be creative and innovative to achieve better practices.
The ability to have a ‘big picture’ view of the organisation from an internal and external customer’s view and understanding of the management perspective are essential to succeed in this role.
How to Apply
- Apply now by completing the online application form below. Please note you need to complete your application in one sitting, as you cannot save it and come back to it later.
- You will be asked to demonstrate how you meet each of the selection criteria via an online questionnaire. You must answer all required fields before you can submit your application.
- You will be asked to upload your Resume/CV and other documentation relevant to the position, including proof of entitlement to work and 100 point identification. Click here for a list of acceptable proof of identity documents.
- Please upload documents in Microsoft Word, PDF or JPEG format only.
- All enquiries regarding this position will remain private and confidential and can be directed to David Vien on (02) 9978 4034. We encourage you to see the attached Position Description.
- Our preference is for applications to be submitted online, however, we will accept hard copy applications addressed to Human Resources, Mosman Council, 573 Military Road, Mosman, NSW, 2088.
Closing Date: 11:30pm, 30 March 2021
Mosman Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
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