JOB

Data Engineer

Apply before 6PM (AEDT) on: Saturday, May 22, 2021

Australian Capital Territory

Agency / Department

Department of Health

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$120 per hour***

Overview and Responsibilities

The Department of Health (Health) provides policy advice, analysis and other services to the Australian Government. Health is responsible for achieving the Government’s priorities for population health, access to pharmaceutical medical and dental services, acute care, primary health care, private health, health infrastructure regulation, safety and quality, health workforce capacity, biosecurity and emergency response, mental health, and sport and recreation.


Health is geographically centred in the ACT with people also located in State and Territory offices. The agency also provides corporate support to around 20 portfolio agencies.


The Information Technology Division (ITD) is responsible for developing and providing a wide range of services to support the business and operating environment of the department and some of its portfolio agencies. ITD’s role is to provide expert, specialised and highly efficient information technology support services including maintaining and developing ICT applications and infrastructure.
Analytics and Reporting Branch (ARB) within ITD, provides data and information management, analytics capability and services for Health.

Essential Criteria

  • Azure Synapse
  • Azure Data Lake Storage (Gen 2)
  • Azure SQL
  •  Extensive hands-on experience implementing data migration and data processing using Azure services: Serverless Architecture, Azure Storage, Azure SQL DB/DW, Data Factory, Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Analysis Service, HDInsight, Databricks Azure Data Catalog, Cosmo Db, ML Studio, AI/ML, Azure Functions, ARM Templates, Azure DevOps, CI/CD etc.

Desired Criteria

  • PySpark
  • Parquet files
  • PowerBI Development

Security Clearance

Must have a current baseline clearance

Contract Extensions

Potential