Senior SharePoint Developer (BB-8C65B)
Found in: Neuvoo AU
Description:Services Australia is responsible for the delivery of advice and high-quality, accessible social, health and child support services and payments. We deliver a range of health, social and welfare payments and services through Medicare, Centrelink and Child Support.
Services Australia (the agency) makes government services simple so people can get on with their lives. Our goal is to make it easier to engage with the services that Australians rely on.
To achieve this goal, we are transforming the way we work to deliver a simple, helpful, respectful and transparent experience for customers.
The Senior SharePoint Developer will work with the Property Strategy and Partnerships Branch to support the design, build and continuous enhancement of an interactive and dynamic SharePoint site. They will be responsible for consulting with several teams on the development of their business requirements, documentation, designing and implementing solutions that meet these requirements. They will manage testing and deployment.
They may be required to undertake other tasks as required. Advanced skills in business analysis, design, and technical skills to build custom sites, lists, forms, workflow functionality within the SharePoint environment.
Highly desirable knowledge includes:
Other knowledge required for the role includes:
Services Australia is responsible for the development of service delivery policy and provides access to social, health and other payments and services. The agency delivers Centrelink, Child Support and Medicare payments and services and Australian Hearing services.
To be eligible for employment with Services Australia, applicants must be an Australian citizen. An applicant’s suitability for employment with the agency will be assessed through a pre-employment screening process. This process includes a requirement for the applicant to undergo and satisfy a national police history check, referee checks and an employment history integrity check and where relevant, a Working with Children and Vulnerable People Check. A health clearance may also need to be completed. Any concerns raised in these checks will be further investigated. If you are currently, or have been, the subject of any disciplinary or Code of Conduct investigation(s) by an employer, you will be required to declare this in your application.
Applicants must be willing and eligible to undergo and maintain an Australian Government security clearance to the appropriate level, if applicable to the position.
You should be aware that Services Australia employees may be required to undergo ongoing suitability assessments as part of their employment with the agency.
Should an applicant be found suitable for a role they will be required to provide proof of citizenship and if they have recently received a redundancy benefit, evidence that they have served their exclusion period.
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