Lead Business Analyst

• VPS Grade 6.1
• Ongoing position
• Melbourne CBD location

About the VEC

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) conducts State and Local council elections and is responsible for promoting public awareness and understanding of electoral issues in the Victorian community.

Our vision is for all Victorians actively participating in their democracy.
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Department: Victorian Electoral Commission
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: IT and Telecommunications
Classification: VPSG6.1
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/213
Closing Date: 20-Sep-2018
Salary Range: $116,863 - $136,626
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: 213 Lead Business Analyst - Position Description - VPS Grade 6.1 - Created August 2018.pdf (PDF, 233KB)


2012 Disclosure of Political Activities Fact Sheet.pdf (PDF, 449KB)


Contact: Nitin Rohmetra
Nitin.Rohmetra@vec.vic.gov.au

Position Details

About the role

Reporting to the Application Develoment & Support Manager, the Lead Business Analyst is part of the extended IT leadership team. This is a key position that can influence the strategic direction of IT development at the VEC.

As part of a revamped IT development team, the Lead Business Analyst is responsible for leading, managing and coordinating a range of business initiatives and projects for ICT services.

Working with a close knit, high achieving team, your main accountabilities will be:

  • engaging with and providing a high standard communication to stakeholders, managing conflicts and changes in priority to ensure that stakeholders and project team members remain in agreement on solution scope and deliverables,
  • leading business stakeholders towards functional design decisions,
  • ensuring a high standard of quality, thoroughness and detail throughout BA deliverables and superior quality documentation
  • assisting in the development of user-centric business requirements that are credible and complete, and
  • contributing to planning activities by representing the business priorities and imperatives.

 

Why the VEC is a great place to work

At the VEC, you will have an opportunity to be part of and contribute to the success of the electoral events across the state of Victoria. You will work on business critical systems that use cutting edge technology, are complex, robust and responsive.

We provide a values driven workplace culture with a passion for excellence and innovation in the services we provide. We offer a supportive environment that encourages professional development and provide opportunities to broaden your experience though internal working groups and committees across VEC branches.

We have wellbeing programs and initiatives which aim to promote a culture of positive wellbeing, including an Employee Assistance Program and a social club.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplaces with the people we employ. We aim to create a workplace that is inclusive, equitable, and safe for all. We understand that candidates may need adjustments in the recruitment process and/or workplace. For any questions or request for accommodations, please e-mail hr@vec.vic.gov.au

We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

 

How to apply

All applicants must submit:

  • a current CV and
  • an Application Form, including responses to Key Selection Criteria (KSC) listed in the Application Form (preview the Application Form below).

Applications should be lodged online via the Apply Now button (below). The VEC can only accept applications lodged via Victorian Government Careers website.

Applications close at 11:59pm on Friday 21 September 2018.

The VEC is an equal opportunity employer*.

* In accordance with Section 17A of the Electoral Act 2002, the VEC may ask applicants for disclosure of specific political activities that could compromise the perceived independence of the organisation. Please read the Disclosure of Political Activities Fact Sheet before applying.


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