Business Systems Analyst
Kingston QLD, Australia
Full Time (remuneration range $80,000 to $100,000 plus Superannuation)
Applications Closing Date
Christian Community Ministries (CCM) has a workforce of more than 1,250 staff across a growing network of Christian schools. CCM owns and operates thirteen schools (eight in Queensland, one in New South Wales, three in South Australia and a two-campus school in Western Australia), early learning (childcare) centres associated with five schools in Queensland, a campsite and outdoor education provider based in Queensland and a national Registered Training Organisation (RTO). The aim of CCM is to provide a values-based, Christian education for all who desire it.
About the Role
CCM Central Administration Office is seeking to fill the role of Business Systems Analyst, as part of the team providing a range of administrative and systems support for CCM's TechnologyOne Ci Anywhere finance, HR and payroll system. Fundamental elements of the role include the planning, coordination, and delivery of system administration, configuration and maintenance requirements. Supporting this is continued system improvement while building on deliverables such as functional enhancements, ensuring regular upgrades and technical change requirements are maintained. Regular systems reporting, development and delivery of end-user support and training are also key components of this role.
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Requirements and How to Apply
This is a full-time role, based at the CCM Central Office in Kingston, Queensland. An appointee to the role must be a committed Christian – holding a personal Christian faith, actively involved in their local church community and willing to support the Christian ethos of CCM. This includes accepting and supporting CCM’s lifestyle requirements and Statement of Faith. Applications close Monday, 11 March 2024.
All applicants must be:
an Australian citizen; or
a permanent resident; or
a holder of an appropriate permit (visa) to work in Australia.
A non-citizen applicant, currently residing in Australia or overseas, must have capacity to fulfil Australian Government visa and entry requirements in order to be considered for employment.
Applicants must complete the Application Form (available on request via link below or email email@example.com) and then submit that application form together with a covering letter, resume or CV and any additional supporting documentation.
Applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted via email and telephone.
Interviews may take place before the closing date - early applications are encouraged.