Commercial Support Officer

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Permanent
  • Up to AU$0.00 per annum

  • Permanent Opportunity
  • Proven experience in assistance with commercial and contract management
  • Solid Communicator & High – Level Stakeholder Management
  • Must be an Australian Citizen, NV1 Security Clearance (Desirable)

Our Client

Our Client aims to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world’s most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. Our Client provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector

About The Role

The Commercial Support Officer will support the Commercial Manager perform and achieve contract management work within an integrated workforce.

The successful candidate will have knowledge of compliance and legislative frameworks, government decision-making and our client’s mission and policy requirements, or the ability to quickly acquire this knowledge. They will need to be able to work independently, displaying initiative, problem solving, sound decision-making and judgement, to provide commercial contracting support to the HF Sensing exports team.

The Commercial Support Officer will undertake specialist research and analysis, conduct reviews and perform procedural and clerical support work to achieve project outcomes.

Key Pointers for Success!

The ‘Commercial Support Officer’ would have solid expertise in the below skills to ensure successful completion of projects. These include:

  • Compliance/ Legislative Frameworks
  • Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL)
  • Contract Change Proposals (CCP)

Key responsibilities of the position:

  • Support the Commercial Manager develop and manage contracts and plans
  • Support the review and evaluation of non-technical contract documents, including Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) Data Items, plans and contractor proposals
  • Provide support to the Commercial Manager to Monitor contractor compliance with contractual, legislative, policy and regulatory frameworks and ensure Commonwealth contact obligations are understood and adhered to.

Other Skills & Experience:

  • Eligible to access US Export Controlled (ITAR) information.
  • Proficient with the MS suite of software programs (Work, Excel, Visio)
  • Experience working within a complex project

Applications

If you are an experienced and dynamic ‘Commercial Support Officer,’ who is passionate about large-scale complex projects and wants to be part of a great team, we’d love to hear from you!

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APS5 Junior Cyber Security Analyst

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Exciting opportunity for Junior Cyber Security Analysts
  • 12 months
  • Must be an Australian Citizen
  • ACT Location

Our Client
Our client is highly respected organisation, who provides services and supports to thousands of individuals around Australia. With multiple locations around Canberra, this vital Government organisation seeks only the most skilled and professional individuals to assist them in developing programs, policies, and initiatives that will improve the quality of life for Australia’s most vulnerable.

The Role
Our client is seeking a Junior Cyber Security Operations Analyst to undertake technical cyber security activities under the leadership of the Assistant Director of Cyber Security Operations. The Cyber Security Operations Analyst must possess and demonstrate technical competency in areas of cloud security (Azure/AWS), endpoint and network security, threat intelligence and hunting, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, and incident response.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Conducting monitoring, investigation, and mitigation of security incidents within security tools (including Microsoft Defender 365 stack, Azure Security Centre, IntSights, Splunk)
  • Analysing security event data and identifying suspicious/malicious activity from networks and systems
  • Perform incident response activities while under direction
  • Responding to events and incidents using established Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

Skills and Experience

  • Demonstrated familiarity with log aggregation and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems
  • Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of Incident Response Frameworks (NIST SP 800-61 Incident Handling Guide, Mitre Frameworks)
  • Formal tertiary qualifications or industry certifications in a cyber security related field (e.g. Azure/AWS, Splunk Certified)

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APS6 Senior Cyber Security Analyst

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Exciting opportunity for experienced Cyber Security Analysts
  • 12 months
  • Must be an Australian Citizen
  • ACT Location

Our Client
Our client is highly respected organisation, who provides services and supports to thousands of individuals around Australia. With multiple locations around Canberra, this vital Government organisation seeks only the most skilled and professional individuals to assist them in developing programs, policies, and initiatives that will improve the quality of life for Australia’s most vulnerable.

The Role
Our client is seeking a Senior Cyber Security Operations Analyst to undertake technical cyber security activities under the leadership of the Assistant Director of Cyber Security Operations. The Cyber Security Operations Analyst must possess and demonstrate technical competency in areas of cloud security (Azure/AWS), endpoint and network security, threat intelligence and hunting, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, and incident response.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Conducting proactive monitoring, investigation, and mitigation of security incidents within security tools (including Microsoft Defender 365 stack, Azure Security Centre, IntSights, Splunk)
  • Analysing security event data and identifying suspicious/malicious activity from networks and systems
  • Perform incident response including initial and detailed investigation, computer forensics, chain of custody implications

Skills and Experience

  • Demonstrated familiarity with log aggregation and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems
  • Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of Incident Response Frameworks (NIST SP 800-61 Incident Handling Guide, Mitre Frameworks)
  • Formal tertiary qualifications or industry certifications in a cyber security related field (e.g. Azure/AWS, Splunk Certified)

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Procurement and Contracts Manager

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Exciting role within the Diplomatic Academy’s Learning Business Operations Section
  • Manage diverse contracts, provide high-level advice, and ensure compliance
  • Opportunity for long-term extensions in a supportive, dynamic team

Our client is seeking a high performing Procurement and Contract Manager to join the Learning Business Operations Section within the Diplomatic Academy for an initial 12-month period (1 July 2024 to 30 June 2025) with a potential for two x 12 months extension options.

About the role
The Procurement and Contract Manager will work under general direction to support the Director and other line managers within the Learning Business Operations Section. Duties will include:

  • Responsibility for managing a range of contracts, maintaining relationships with suppliers and customers
  • Monitoring contracts and managing extension or renewal of contracts and contract close-out
  • Problem-solving contract-related issues
  • Provision of high-level advice, support and review in relation to procurement and contract management activities ranging from simple to complex contracts
  • Undertaking the preparation of approval documentation including: Approval to Approach the Market, Evaluation Outcomes, Approval to Commit Funds and Enter into Arrangements; Contracts and Work Orders
  • Preparation and ongoing management of Government contracts (simple and complex)
  • Preparation and ongoing management of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  • Provision of policy advice in relation to compliance with relevant Australian Government legislation, rules and policies relating to contract management and procurement activities
  • Prepare and support the timely and accurate reporting of financial and delivery performance
  • Stakeholder management and engagement
  • Risk assessment and issue management
  • Maintain and update procurement records and generate reports on procurement and contract activity to meet departmental compliance requirements
  • Independent well-organised self-motivated person with attention to detail and ability to work within a team, respecting deadlines, ability to deal with stressful situation.

Eligibility/Other Requirements:

  • To be eligible for employment in this role, you must be an Australian citizen, and have and hold an Australian Government security clearance at the NV1 level for the duration of the Contract term.

How to Apply:
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Solution Architect

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Exciting opportunity for Architects with AWS experience
  • 12 months + 2 x 12 months
  • ACT location
  • Must be an Australian Citizen

Our Client

Our Client is an agency of innovation, industry and science, responsible for the administration of intellectual property law in Australia and registration of patents, trademarks, designs and plant breeder’s rights.

The Role

This opportunity seeks an experienced IT Solution Architect to join their solution architecture branch responsible for several key initiatives, including customer experience uplift, modernisation , improved workforce efficiency and cloud transition.

The Solution Architect will be responsible for:

  • Architecture and documentation of cloud solutions
  • Communication of solution designs to team members for delivery
  • Verification and validation of solution implementation
  • Adoption of DevOps, infrastructure as a code, CI/CD pipelines, automation and cloud tools
  • Compliance with relevant standards and architecture principles

Skills and Experience

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Experience developing solutions using cloud services across the AWS stack
  • Demonstrated experience working as a solution architect, with quality outcomes, in complex environments
  • Ability to facilitate architectural decisions working with business, peers and technical staff
  • Experience producing solution designs covering application, information, integration, technology and security perspectives
  • AWS Cloud Certification highly desirable
  • Understanding of client’s core technologies high desirable. These include AWS cloud native technologies, Java Enterprise Edition, PostgreSQL, SAP, M365, SharePoint Online, Power Apps and the supporting infrastructure including OpenShift, RHEL, NAS and network services.

It is a requirement of this position that the successful candidate must be an Australian Citizen and eligible to obtain a BASELINE security clearance.

How to Apply
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Head of Product Software

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable

The Role

As a pivotal member of Saab’s Naval Combat Systems group, the Head of Product Software is responsible for driving the development and implementation of the Product Software team strategy aligned to Saab Australia’s business strategy and software roadmap, together with a culture of accountability, high performance, collaboration and adaptability.

The role will provide strategic direction and leadership across the Product Software team to ensure successful planning, implementation and delivery of forecast pipeline software development work, in full, on time, and on budget.

As a member of the Product Group Senior Leadership Team, the role will contribute to the achievement of Product Groups strategic goals and taking active part in cross functional and global forums.

This role is also responsible for defining the methods, tools and processes for, the planning and continuous development of software within the Naval Combat Systems Product Group

Your background

  • Demonstrated experience leading and developing large, high performing software programs, in a complex organization (the team size is circa 150 with 6 direct reports and forecast to grow to 200 in the coming 18 months).
  • Demonstrated ability to define a vision, set a strategy and lead a team to successful implementation
  • Collaborative leader and skilled communicator who can influence others to achieve common goals by engaging and developing robust and productive relationships across a broad spectrum of stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to work under pressure in a dynamic environment with multiple competing and changing priorities.
  • Demonstrated experience with Agile methods and processes as well as an understanding of the lifecycle of large software development projects
  • Demonstrated ability to lead leaders and large teams to foster a high performing function with a culture of coordination and integration within and between teams.
  • Experience in producing and reviewing technical documentation.
  • Experience in the interpretation and application of software standards.
  • An understanding of the full systems engineering lifecycle.
  • Broad business acumen and experience in conceptualising long-term business goals and develop orderly process to accomplish those goals.

Education

Tertiary qualifications in systems engineering, computer science, or related technical discipline.

Security Clearance

An NV1 Clearance is required and a willingness to apply for NV2 clearance desirable.

About Saab

Saab Australia is a defence, security and cyber solutions provider, specialising in the development and integration of major defence and security systems. For over 30 years in Australia, Saab have built a reputation for delivering complex systems integration projects that provide proven and advanced capabilities to keep ahead of today’s challenges.

From combat, space, security and underwater systems, to mixed reality, cyber security and deployable health solutions, Saab’s extensive portfolio of products and services provide high-technology solutions for defence forces and civil industries across the globe.

Culture and benefits

Saab employ over 1000 Australians and are committed to fostering a culture of excellence and enriching the employee experience.

By joining Saab, you’ll be a part of a collaborative and supportive organisation, where your professional growth and work-life balance are emphasised. You’ll work within an innovative and vibrant workplace, while having the opportunity to develop a long-term, fulfilling career.

As a valued team member of Saab, you’ll access a variety of benefits to support you and your family including:

  • 6 weeks paid leave each year
  • 13% Superannuation
  • Adelaide based role (relocation costs covered by SAAB)
  • Free Income Protection Insurance
  • Flexible working options
  • Access to the Saab shares matching scheme
  • Access to MySaab; our online store offering everything from cash back at hundreds of stores to discounts from exclusive partners.

For further information on our client, please visit: https://www.saab.com/markets/australia

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For a confidential discussion, please call Alex James and or, Paul Alland on 8228 1566.

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Cyber Security Engineer

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable
  • Permanent role – health and education benefits included
  • Min. NV2 security clearance
  • Canberra Location

Our Client

Our client provides their customers with a best-in-class portfolio of enterprise-grade scalable software. Through their breadth of solutions, they are uniquely positioned to help their customers solve business problems and deliver against the needs and opportunities of Hybrid IT, from mainframe to mobile to cloud. They’re a pure-play software company – with a level of focus that other technology companies don’t have and are designed from the ground up to build, sell and support software.

The Role

Due to continued growth, we have an exciting opportunity available for a Senior Security Engineer to become part of our client’s Security Team, based in Canberra. This role will see you providing security services and advice to a range of external and internal customers.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading and contributing to the design of technical solutions for customer environments
  • Advising, implementing, documenting, and testing solutions within customer environments
  • Working with customer technical teams to activate and acquire relevant system audit records
  • Developing and configuring data ingest, translation, and normalization systems
  • Performing system configuration, updates and upgrades, health monitoring and system tuning

Skills and Experience:

  • NV2 clearance – willing to upgrade to TSPV
  • Demonstrated experience in cyber security, with knowledge and experience of Arcsight, or similar products
  • Experience of relational databases such as MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, SQL Server etc
  • Experience configuring auditing policies on enterprise systems
  • Experience with application programming languages such as .Net & Java
  • Relevant qualifications / certifications

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APS5 Actuary

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Seeking APS5 equivalent level
  • 12 month initial contract
  • Canberra location
  • Must be an Australian Citizen

Our Client

Our client is highly respected organisation, who provides services and supports to thousands of individuals around Australia. With multiple locations around Canberra, this vital Government organisation seeks only the most skilled and professional individuals to assist them in developing programs, policies, and initiatives that will improve the quality of life for Australia’s most vulnerable.

The Role

Our client is seeking an APS5 Actuary to join their Analytics, Data and Actuarial Division. The successful candidate will be required to perform procedural, clerical, administrative and operational tasks.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Extracting, cleansing and preparing of data from multiple sources, in particular the data warehouse, and advising on appropriate data checks for reasonableness.
  • Updating and development of regular performance monitoring.
  • Utilising statistical and mathematical modelling techniques to undertake analytical work on a range of tasks, including actuarial monitoring and analyses, data tabulations, scheme projects and cost benefit analyses.
  • Undertaking ad hoc modelling requests and report production

Skills and Experience

  • Experience with R or Python, in one or more of the following areas: data manipulation, predictive modelling, optimisation, data visualisation
  • Exposure to or knowledge about statistical or ML modelling
  • Experience with creating presentations or reports based on analytics
  • Demonstrated ability to autonomously complete analytics tasks, with ability to link task being performed to broader problem context
  • Relevant academic qualification including tertiary qualifications in Actuarial Studies or Mathematics/Statistics and Part 1 of Actuarial Associate qualification (or progress towards).
  • 2-4 years’ experience in an Actuarial role

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EL1 Procurement Officer

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable
  • EL1 Procurement Officer role within a federal government agency
  • Contract Term: Initial contract till 30 June 2025 with up to 12 months extension option.
  • AGSVA Baseline Security Clearance is required.

Our client is seeking a Procurement Officer (Labour hire) at EL1 equivalent level to join Health Workforce Data Intelligence Unit.

About the role
You will be part of the Health Workforce Data Intelligence Unit (HWDIU) – this is a dynamic team responsible for creating data-driven intelligence to support evidence-based reform of Australia’s health workforce. This team is committed to creating a thriving data-driven culture ensuring workforce data is used to its maximum potential. The HWDIU reports directly to the First Assistant Secretary of the Health Workforce Division and is led by a Senior Director.

Reporting to the Director, the role of the Procurement Officer involves leading a small team responsible for procurement processes including consultancies, labour hire, the management of contracts and tracking and managing budgets. It is the role of the Procurement Officer to engage with external stakeholders, provide direction to team members and be adaptive and flexible to emerging work needs.

The Procurement Officer must have a demonstrated history of experience in Government procurement processes and procedures. In addition, sound stakeholder engagement and negotiation skills.

Key Responsibilities
The responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:

  • Lead procurement processes including consultancies and labour hire in line with Commonwealth Procurement guidelines and relevant departmental policies;
  • Produce procurement documentation and complete updates within SAP;
  • Manage contracts;
  • Manage and track budgets
  • Establish and maintain positive and productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including liaison, negotiation, and consultation;
  • Provide leadership and mentoring to team members.

Skills and Experience

  • Minimum 12 months experience working on Federal Government procurement
  • Certificate 4 in Government Procurement

Eligibility/Other Requirements:

  • To be eligible for employment in this role, you must be an Australian citizen, have an up-to-date police check with no qualifications or disclosable outcomes.

How to Apply:
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CRM Solution Architect

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Contract
  • Negotiable

The Role
Our client is seeking a CRM Solution Architect to support several in-progress programs of work with MS Dynamics CRM. The successful candidate will work across various teams and projects to assist in the development of future digital architecture and see it come to fruition.

Specific responsibilities will include:

  • Coordinate development of solution architecture within MS Dynamics CRM across a range of areas
  • Oversee the enterprise ICT landscape
  • Provide advice on technical aspects of solution development and application of strategies, policies and standards
  • Ensure access to appropriate tools and methods

Skills and Experience

  • Demonstrated experience as a solutions architect using Microsoft products and platforms, especially Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
  • Demonstrated experience applying cyber security principles to architectures and fostering cyber security maturity in an organisation
  • Possess high level communication skills; demonstrating an ability to communicate at the technical, business and personal levels
  • Understanding of Microsoft Dynamics CRM admin and maintenance including licencing
  • Working knowledge of first party Dynamics 365 applications and what is available Out of-the-Box, especially the Marketing and Customer service modules
  • Experience integrating Microsoft Dynamics 365 with other software
  • Experience with building and hosting bespoke web applications and databases
  • Possess sound experience with the following technologies:
    • Microsoft .NET Core
    • Microsoft DevOps
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM
    • Microsoft Power Platform
    • Single Page Applications (SPA)
    • Azure AD B2C and Open ID Connect
    • RESTful APIs and Web Services
    • Customer personalisation and analytics

Possession of a Baseline security clearance is essential.

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