Digital Workplace Engineer

Richmond, New Zealand

Reference: 5315459

This is an exciting new full-time position in our growing Information Services Department, based in Richmond. Reporting to the Head of Integration, this position takes an active role in the delivery of all IT Systems for Council, as well as contributing to the Organisational Digital Strategy and the Information Technology Roadmap.

The role involves a mix of IT infrastructure projects, administering IT infrastructure systems, business systems projects and integrations, and administering business systems. You will work alongside your IT peers day to day and further interact with most council staff across BAU support and IT projects. You will also be jointly responsible for managing, administering and/or supporting Council-wide information systems and on-premise cloud and hybrid platforms.

We are looking for a technically competent person with extensive knowledge of and experience in Window Server core technologies and Microsoft server application environments. You will also have a tertiary qualification in Information Technology / Systems, and a minimum of 3 years' experience in a Digital Workplace Engineer role or similar.

You will be enthusiastic, organised, methodical, self-managing and have excellent communication and people skills. You'll also have a high level of motivation, and the ability to work independently while also being a team player.

In return, we offer a great team to work with, ongoing professional development, a variety of challenging and interesting work, a day off for your birthday, flexible working options, relocation assistance and a benefits package suited to your preferences.

If you're looking for a fast-paced role in a fantastic team, apply now!


Applications Close: 31 Jan 2021


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