Project Technical Officer

Posted 20 May 2024
Salary$118 per hour, Benefits: Super
Job type Contract
DisciplineIT & Telecommunications

Job description

Project Technical Officer
Immediate start 12 Months Contract - with possible extension 
$118 per hour+ super 
Location - Tasmania 

Must hold Baseline Clearance.

DFP Recruitment is urgently seeking a Project Technical Officer for one of our federal government clients. As Project Technical Officer you will ensure that the technical support within a project, during change manage and transition of the project to Business on project closure is delivered in a professional manner. You will complete all project tasks to meet deadlines and deliver to the correct standard and quality. 

Job Responsibilities: -

  • Investigation and resolution of technical issues including logging, diagnosis and resolution as appropriate under the direction of the project team.
  • Structured analysis and a creative approach to complex problem solving and resolution in complex projects to meet deadlines.
  • Identify appropriate documentation to apply as well as strong skills to identify and understand related implementation and ensuring documentation is to the correct standard and quality.
  • Support of logistics and cargo preparation within the technical environment.
  • Support of Test and Train environments to support deployments and enhancements to systems.
  • Implementation of new infrastructure, technology acquisitions, software solutions and upgrades under the supervision of the project team.
  • Maintenance of inventories including Documentation, Design Library, Software Assets, Hardware Assets, Communication Systems, Integration Interfaces, etc.
  • Knowledge of ICT security requirements always.
To be considered for this role, you must be an Australian Citizen and must hold Baseline Clearance.
To Apply:
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