Lead Analyst Programmer

Location
Bathurst, Australia
Posted
14 Aug 2017
End of advertisement period
27 Aug 2017
Ref
96007
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
  • Full Time, Continuing
  • Level 8 – $92,205 to $104,497 p.a (Plus 17% Superannuation)
  • Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst or Wagga Wagga

The Division of Information Technology (DIT) is responsible and accountable for the strategic management, development and support of information and communications technology (ICT) across the University, and the provision of related services to all staff and students of CSU.

The Division of Information Technology is committed to a strong service culture. It focuses on delivering ‘fit for purpose’ quality services to the University community. DIT is responsible for the execution of the Initiatives and Strategy Implementation Plan (ISIP) and works in partnership with organisational units and external providers in the delivery of projects. DIT also supports the project management activities, provides budget, expenditure, schedule, contract and resource information.

This Lead Analyst Programmer position plays a crucial role in the management and continuous improvement of the Charles Sturt University’s application and technology services. The role is key to ensuring quality software development and application management outcomes through fit for purpose software development life cycle standards and processes, and through effective application management of cloud sourced, vendor supported and CSU developed applications. The role will include responsibility in managing external vendors and suppliers, and provide critical QA review of technology strategy, design and delivery.

The Lead Analyst Programmer works closely with CSU teams including clients and is responsible for the ongoing contribution to all phases of applications and systems development and adoption including analysis, design, development, implementation, ongoing support and enhancement of enterprise information systems and services. The incumbent is charged with providing advice and making recommendations on emerging technology and technical standards and how these support the University Enterprise Architecture and Applications Portfolio.

Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria listed in the position description.

Applications close: 27 August 2017