CRM Analyst Programmer

Location
Darwin, Australia
Posted
15 Sep 2017
End of advertisement period
29 Sep 2017
Ref
217155
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Advertising Template:

  • Continuing Full-time Appointment
  • HEW Level 7/8 Salary $79,493 - $100,841 per annum 
  • plus 17 percent superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave. 
  • Casuarina Campus

Do you have demonstrated experience in providing computing expertise and expert knowledge for the effective development, integration, support and enhancement of a CRM system?

The Office of Marketing is responsible for the development and management of the University brand, as well as driving student demand. The Office provides professional marketing services and strategic leadership across a range of integrated marketing functions, including campaign management, student recruitment, publications, web services, event management, customer relationship management and brand management. The team works closely with members of University Executive, faculties, schools and divisions, to ensure product offerings and marketing activities are evidence based, highly targeted and effectively evaluated.

As the CRM Analyst Programmer, you are responsible for providing computing expertise and expert knowledge for the effective development, integration, support and enhancement of marketing related applications. Specifically this includes technical configuration, integration and development of the Oracle Service Cloud (Right Now) Technologies, CRM and related systems such as Content Management, Student Information, social networks and other student engagement related micro-site applications. 

To be successful you will need a degree with major studies in computing, or a relevant discipline or equivalent as well as established programming skills and experience in contemporary application development utilising Java (and other programming languages), PHP, Javascript, CSS, XHTML, XML, XSLT and databases such as Oracle, along with the ability to troubleshoot and debug ICT applications to determine the root cause of issues, to ensure the effective implementation of robust IT solutions.

Applications Close: 29 September 2017

For further information please contact Ms Sylvia Streichhan, on 08 8946 7333 or e-mail: sylvia.streichhan@cdu.edu.au