About the role
The Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, has an opportunity available for an experienced IT Manager to join our team as the Manager IT Security & Application Support.
This role will be based in the brand new, fully equipped facilities of our Melbourne CBD office.
In this newly designed role, you will be responsible for the delivery of cyber security, web design and development services. As part of these responsibilities, you will manage overall maintenance of the IT Cyber Security Strategy.
You will ensure the application lifecycle and relevant project management requirements meet desired business outcomes.
Using your well-developed relational skills, you will work closely with internal application users and owners to develop an ongoing roadmap for all applications used by the organisation.
For a more detailed description of the responsibilities of the role, please see the Position Description.
About you (Key Selection Criteria)
To secure this role you will have:
Applications close: Thursday 27 May 2021
To apply visit https://ucavictas.mercury.com.au
Please submit your CV, and Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
The Uniting Church in Australia is the third largest church in Australia, and a leading presence in the not-for-profit sector. The UCA is deeply committed to faith, justice and the community, and is one of the largest national providers of community services outside of Government.
We are a vibrant, people-focused team that recognises the talent and dedication of our employees. As an employer, UCA values justice, inclusion, compassion, shared leadership, respect, integrity, wise stewardship and innovation.
We offer a professional and friendly work environment with great staff benefits.
UCA is an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and equal opportunity in employment. We welcome applications from all candidates from culturally diverse backgrounds, First peoples and all others regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, disability and sexual orientation.
UCA is committed to providing a safe environment for all including children. Successful candidates are required to undergo a National Criminal History Check and sign a Keeping Children Safe Code of Conduct. Successful candidates may also require a Working with Children Check.