Saturday, 25 June 2016

University of the Sunshine Coast,Senior Business Systems Analyst (ICT Project Office)Jobs in Australia



The University
The University of the Sunshine Coast is one of Australia's fastest-growing universities with over 10,000 students, a 5-star rating for teaching quality and a growing research output.  A great opportunity is currently available within our ICT Project Office, as we seek an enthusiastic and appropriately qualified individual for the following fixed term full-time position.


Under the broad direction of the University's ServiceNow Project Manager, the Senior Business Systems Analyst will be the technical lead in a program of works which involves further configuration and development of ServiceNow. The University has been using ServiceNow for IT Service Management based on the ITIL framework for three years and is now ready to further develop ITSM components within ServiceNow as well as investigate and implement Service Management modules for other business functions. The Senior Business Systems Analyst will be central to the discovery and planning, design, development, testing and implementation phases of all ServiceNow project related initiatives.
Knowledge and experience using ServiceNow is highly desirable however candidates who have demonstrated similar experience gained in other ITSM and Enterprise Management platforms will be considered. ServiceNow scripting and system administration training will be provided where required.
Applicants will be assessed against the Selection Criteria.  Applications received without a response to each criteria will not be considered.

Obtain the position description, selection criteria and details on how to apply from our website at http://www.usc.edu.au/connect/work-at-usc# or via email jobs@usc.edu.au.

Vacancy Reference 1978
Applications close: Midnight Sunday 10 July 2016

More information
Mr Simon Gilbert
Project Manager, ICT Project Office
Telephone: +61 7 5456 5434

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