IT Service Manager

We are currently seeking an IT Services Manager. The successful applicant will be employed on a full time, long-term contract basis.

Coomera Anglican College is an innovate user of technology servicing approximately 2000 students, teachers and support staff using a diverse range of devices.

In this role, you will coordinate and manage the College's key IT-related strategic partnerships with external vendors and service providers and ensure the reliable delivery and ongoing development of innovative, effective and secure IT systems and services to  all users.  You will at all times have a focus on innovation and improvement directed at enhancing the teaching and learning function of the College. 

Leading an IT department, you will be required to provide support and assistance to your team with your knowledge of WAN, LAN, WLAN, virtual server and storage, user device and support service implementation and management systems.  You will also have experience working with a wide range of user device, cloud, network and server-based applications, services and data storage systems.

To be successful, you will be able to demonstrate in a written statement that you are able to satisfy the following selection criteria:

  • Manage strategic relationships with vendors and service providers.
  • Manage service levels from external service providers to guarantee. ongoing high-quality outcomes.
  • Develop, manage and administer highly effective IT maintenance processes (including incident management, documentation, change management and equipment tracking)
  • Guide  IT support functions to ensure they are highly proficient,  client focused and service oriented within a complex organisation.
  • Support the development of innovative and educationally focused solutions.
  • Perform hands-on technical functions to satisfy network and system administration requirements.
  • Lead and coordinate an IT service support team.
  • Contribute to the planning and budget processes of an IT service department.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively with all members of the College using a range of communication methods.

Previous experience in an educational environment would be highly regarded.

You must be committed to supporting the Anglican ethos as well as the values and culture of the College. In addition, you hold or are able to apply for a current 'working with children' check (Blue Card).

Shortlisted candidates may be required to complete a short presentation. Details will be provided prior to the shortlisted candidate's interview.

Please submit your application, which should include:

  • A cover letter/written statement that addresses the selection criteria above
  • Your resume
  • Details of current referees

The College should receive your application no later than Monday 15 May 2016.  Please contact Virginia Cason, HR Manager on 07 5585 9991 should you require further information. 

Please send your application to:

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The HR Manager

Coomera Anglican College
PO Box 457
Upper Coomera Qld 4209

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Fax: 5585 9911

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Supply Teachers

Please submit your application or your expression of interest for supply teaching here. Your application should include the following:

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Please send your application to:

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The HR Manager

Coomera Anglican College
PO Box 457
Upper Coomera Qld 4209

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Fax: 5585 9911

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  1. In applying for a position you will be providing Coomera Anglican College with personal information.  We can be contacted at 8 Days Road, Upper Coomera QLD 4209 or by telephoning (07)55859900 or via email cac@cac.qld.edu.au

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Applications should reach the College as soon as possible but no later than the close of business (4:00pm) on the specified date.