- IT Leadership role in highly regarded not-for-profit
- Lift the maturity & increase robustness of IT infrastructure
- One Year fixed term – possibly ongoing
About the organisation
This organisation is a highly successful not-for-profit generating significant positive impact for its stakeholders. It does powerful work in tackling issues impacting families by providing practical interventions that serve to turn lives around. Through delivering meaningful interventions and support, the organisation advances its mission of equity and social justice.
About the role
Reporting to the CIO, the IT Infrastructure Manager takes accountability for raising the maturity of IT as an enabling function within the organisation. The remit for this position is broad and includes ensuring a stable IT infrastructure environment while designing and delivering initiatives that will simplify the organisation’s technology landscape. Additional areas of responsibility include the assessment of vendors, with a focus on optimising service provider relationships and reducing the total number of suppliers as appropriate. The IT Infrastructure Manager manages IT budgets, ensuring effective cost control over IT investments while implementing fit for purpose, effective IT governance, including policy development.
You are an experienced technology leader with significant experience in managing IT infrastructure environments. This includes managing a suite of infrastructure services from networking, telephony, contact centre, desktop, server, mobile, remote working and security. You have a history of successful vendor management and implementing appropriate IT governance processes. You recognise this position as one that calls upon exemplary stakeholder management skills. For the right individual, this is an opportunity to support an organisation doing powerful life-changing work.
For more information, please contact Brian Barry at SHK on +61 3 8620 8049 or click ‘Apply for this job’. Please submit your resume in Microsoft Word format. Candidates must have the right to work in Australia.