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  • Not for profit sector
  • Full-time, Ultimo
  • Broad Role with multiple technologies
  • Competitive remuneration package, including salary packaging

About the Sax Institute

The Sax Institute is a leading Australian expert in helping decision makers find and make best use of research to solve real-world health and social problems.

We connect individuals and organisations with research, we build research platforms that generate new knowledge for use in decision making, and we lead thinking and knowledge around how to ensure more research has a real-world impact.

We are not a research institute but rather, a transformative organisation established to develop innovative ways of better connecting knowledge from research with those who can use it.

About the position

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Systems Engineer to join our small team to deliver new IT solutions for the business and assist with ongoing maintenance and support of current infrastructure. To succeed in the role, you will be experienced in a wide range of technologies. While you will primarily be responsible for Linux and network infrastructure there is also a strong focus required on Windows and Citrix systems to deliver a secure VDI platform to our clients.

Key Accountabilities

  • Provide technical guidance and design expertise for the institute
  • Ensure the efficient and effective use of IT infrastructure
  • Design and implementation of key infrastructure projects
  • Implementation of Information Security controls to align with ISO27001.

About the Selection Criteria

Essential:

To be successful the Systems Engineer should demonstrate the following technical and behavioural competencies:

  • 5+ years 2/3rd level systems support experience
  • Demonstrated experience supporting switches, VPN and firewalls (HP, Juniper, Cisco)
  • Demonstrated experience in Linux (Ubuntu)
  • Good Knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server (2008/12) and Desktop (7/10)
  • Excellent service orientation and stakeholder engagement

Desirable skills:

  • Tertiary qualifications or demonstrated relevant, equivalent professional experience
  • Experience with Citrix implementation or administration
  • Experience with ISO27001 and or any certifications in Information Security

About the benefits

  • Competitive salary including packaging
  • Opportunity to impact health policy/program delivery
  • Opportunity to help shape IT Direction for the Institute.

Further details

To apply please send your CV and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to jobs@saxinstitute.org.au with the subject heading: Systems Engineer.

For further details, see the attached Position Description.

For any enquiries please contact Anthony Ashton on 9188 9500 or Anthony.Ashton@saxinstitute.org.au.

Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Applications close: 5pm, 20 October 2017.

The Sax Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.

 

  • Not for profit sector
  • Professional and friendly environment
  • Maximum-term contract – 12 months, full-time
  • Ultimo Location

About the Sax Institute

The Sax Institute is a leading Australian expert in helping decision makers find and make best use of research to solve real-world health and social problems.

We connect individuals and organisations with research, we build research platforms that generate new knowledge for use in decision making, and we lead thinking and knowledge around how to ensure more research has a real-world impact.

We are not a research institute but rather, a transformative organisation established to develop innovative ways of better connecting knowledge from research with those who can use it.

About the position

The Research Assistant will work with the Head, Analysis and Evaluation Division, providing research and project support for a number of research projects. This support will include undertaking literature searches, preparing project-related documentation and reports, assisting with the development and implementation of surveys and interview schedules and coordinating funding applications.

About the Selection Criteria

To be successful the Research Assistant should demonstrate the following technical and behavioural competencies:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent
  • Literature review expertise
  • Experience in drafting research documentation and reports/working in a research environment
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritise workload and cope with deadlines in a complex work environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

About the benefits

  • Competitive salary including salary packaging
  • Opportunity to impact health policy/program delivery.

Further details

Read the full position description for this role.

To apply please send your CV and a cover letter addressing the Selection Criteria to jobs@saxinstitute.org.au with the subject heading: Research Assistant.

Thank you for your interest in the position. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For any enquiries please contact Sonia Wutzke on 9188 9500 or Sonia.Wutzke@saxinstitute.org.au

Applications closing date: 5pm, 24 October 2017.

The Sax Institute is an Equal Opportunity employer.

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.