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Multiple Release Managers

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Agency / Department

Department of Health

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$100 per hour***

Location

Australian Capital Territory

Overview and Responsibilities

The Release Manager will work within the Aged Care Business Systems Branch in Health’s IT Division. The Branch is responsible for application design, delivery and (in conjunction with IT Operations) operation of the My Aged Care application platform. Core components of the My Aged Care platform include Siebel CRM; Oracle Middleware; bespoke .Net web portals running on a mix of Windows and Linux OS as well as Oracle and MS SQL server databases. In addition to the My Aged Care core, the platform has integration to multiple shared services such as geospatial, data warehouse, email and 3rd party systems within Health, other Government Agencies and private service providers. My Aged Care has an active program of functional enhancements to improve business processes as well as deliver on changes stemming from changed policy. The underpinning platform components also have their own upgrade lifecycles and operational maintenance schedules. This results in a busy and complex change and release management landscape. The Release Manager function is key in optimising productivity for critical development and test cycle efforts while maintaining appropriate level of control and configuration management.

Essential Criteria

1. As per RFQ Document

Desired Criteria

Security Clearance

Must Have current baseline clearance

Contract Extensions

Possible Extension

***Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for more information regarding the expected rate