One of Canberra's leading Government Departments is looking to engage services of an experienced Systems/Business Analyst on a 6 month non ongoing contract starting immediately with a possible 6 month extension. Candidates will have a minimum of 3 experience years in System Analysis.
To be successful for the role:
- You will have experience working with IT systems including but not limited to Aurion, SAS VA, Microsoft office applications and SharePoint
- You will utilise project management skills to develop and implement projects with both the work health safety team and other business units
- You will prepare business cases and high level requests for service
- You will be responsible for design, testing, production and implementation of WHS services, products and instructional material, for example guidelines, work instructions, forms and templates
- You will be responsible for compilation and analysis of reports using the department's reporting tools including the risk assessment and corrective action register
- You will have an understanding of, or ability to rapidly acquire an understanding of WHS
- You will have, or have the ability to rapidly acquire, a practical understanding of Australian Safety and Compensation Council's Type of Occurrence Classification System (TOOCS)
Candidates who have or the ability to obtain qualifications in WHS, project management and relevant Comcare qualifications (e.g. WHS Act and rehabilitation) and or relevant qualifications and demonstrated experience within Government Departments will be highly regarded.
Like to know more?
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Amber Cummings in our Canberra office on (02) 6229 1541, quoting Ref No. 1B/08973.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence
How to Apply?
Click on the link below
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