The Information, Communication & Technology (ICT) section is within the Business Operations Branch of the Australian Sports Commission (ASC). The section delivers a range of strategic and advisory services relating to ICT to the ASC and the wider sport community through its internal capabilities. The section also coordinates ICT support services to the ASC through a number of external capabilities and arrangements. As the ASC’s IT Architect you will drive the development and implementation of the ASC’s IT strategy and roadmap to deliver customer outcomes based on IT best practices, while maximising the value of technology investments. You will have an affinity and passion for innovation and continuous improvement as well as strong knowledge and experience in developing solutions on scalable infrastructure and as-a-service business models. To be successful in this role, you will have* Tertiary qualifications in Information Technology or related discipline and/or industry based qualifications.* 6+ years in the IT sector across core technologies across networking, security, cloud architecture, social, mobile and analytics.* Deep understanding of Infrastructure architecture domains of process, application and data, evaluating complex system and solution design and architecture specifications.* Ability to provide technical system solutions, determine overall design direction and provide hardware recommendations for complex technical issues.* Understanding of current technologies and ability to map to future/emerging technologies/industry trends.Position is based in Canberra.Employment benefits include free parking facilities and use of on-site gymnasium.Applications close 5.00pm AEDT Friday, 2nd March 2018 (no late applications will be accepted) Salary range = $104,040 - $122,767 per annum plus superannuation (effective 19 February 2018). Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.Job DescriptionApplication for Employment
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