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ICT Manager

Location: Darwin, NT

Closing: Mon, April 03, 2017

Salary: Attractive Remuneration Offered

Classification:

As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.

NLC is embarking on a significant program of reform with a focus on Information, Communication and Technology system innovation and integration. These positions play a key role in supporting this program by driving organisational initiatives that support governance, productivity, accountability and process improvement.

The ICT Manager ensures the critical operations of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) are professionally managed to enable the successful delivery of NLC’s strategic and operational objectives and business needs.

The successful applicant will be responsible for the management of information and telecommunication systems, ICT procurement, budget and technical staff within the ICT Unit. This includes the cost effective and efficient management of user support services in a range of applications; planning and upgrades of the Windows networks; administering the Virtualisation environment; and ensuring ICT security, data management systems and policies are enforced.

You will be required to provide specialist ICT information and advice to management and staff, and to develop the ICT strategic plan and IT roadmap to ensure the NLC’s infrastructure and resource capabilities can support its strategic objectives.

Applicants should possess a Degree in Information Technology or equivalent, and/or extensive experience in a similar position. Maintenance and development knowledge and demonstrated experience with PC-based computer networks (both LAN and WAN), particularly in Windows Server Version 2008 and higher, are essential. Completion of CCNA and MCSE qualification, and a solid background in infrastructure and Cloud services is desirable.

Applicants must also have high level knowledge and substantial experience in systems management server, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes servers, with strong problem solving ability and excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.

Project Manager

Location: Darwin, NT

Closing: Mon, April 03, 2017

Salary: $80,568 - $93,623 pa + entitlements

Classification: SOGB

As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.

NLC is embarking on a significant program of reform with a focus on Information, Communication and Technology system innovation and integration. These positions play a key role in supporting this program by driving organisational initiatives that support governance, productivity, accountability and process improvement.

The Project Manager will develop and manage the NLC’s Project Management Unit and be responsible for identifying and delivering high impact project initiatives that lead to transformational change at an organisational level, and offer high value return on investment.

In consultation with the Project Steering Committee and key stakeholders, the Project Manager will conduct rigorous analysis of NLC’s current and future business requirements and challenges to enable the identification and implementation of key project initiatives that support NLC’s strategic and operational objectives, and which include process integration, training and organisational capability uplift, security and data management.

Applicants must possess a sound knowledge of Project Management methodologies and principles and be experienced in the ‘end to end’ delivery of projects, including risk management, scheduling, budgeting, resource allocation and contract management.

The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring that appropriate change management processes are applied during the implementation and delivery of projects, including end user consultation sessions, training and development of policies and procedures.

Extensive managerial and problem solving experience, the ability to set priorities and allocate resources, excellent communication skills including writing of project-associated policy, procedures and training materials, are essential.

Applicants should have relevant qualifications such as Project Management or Business, a minimum 7 years of experience managing the delivery of a broad range of projects, and accreditation in a relevant contemporary project management methodology.