Location: Melbourne | CBD
Job type: Full time / 12 months
Organisation: Department of Education and Training
Salary: $87,640 - $99,438
Occupation: IT and Telecommunications
The purpose of this role is to provide technical expertise and support of the business systems, tools, services and users in the Security and Emergency/Incident Management functions along with data input and programming of the Tecom Challenger intruder detection alarm panels within Government schools.
This will primarily involve fulfilling technical requests and performing desktop support services in an efficient and timely manner, primarily for staff accessing business systems and tools that support end-to end incident management and intruder detection alarm monitoring.
The incumbent is required to perform data entry tasks, as well as performing QA data validation checks on the Security Monitoring Network for the Department of Education and Training as well as programming duties associated with alterations to site alarm panel configuration and access control systems.
For more details regarding this position please see attached position descriptions. Please respond to the key selection criteria in your application.
Department of Education and Training is committed to diversity. The Department places considerable effort and resources into responding to the needs of staff with a disability. People from disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply for this position. If you require assistance, with the recruitment process, have accessibility or adjustment requirements, please communicate with the contact person listed on this job advertisement or contact the People Division via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the Department of Education and Training's operations and employment conditions can be obtained from the following websites: www.education.vic.gov.au and http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx.
Applications close 27 July 2021
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