Position being advertised at City of Bendigo

Published on June 25, 2013 by in Featured

The IT unit has undergone a mini restructure and the position currently advertised is a mix of administration functions on a number of key corporate software products, including Technology One. The position is advertised on the City of Greater Bendigo website in case any staff in the user group member organisations might be thinking about a tree change and think the regional centre of Bendigo might have some attraction.

Systems Administrator
Reference No: 135
Closing Date: 01/07/2013

•Full Time, Ongoing
•Salary Range $68,065 – $74,177 + super
•Position Description Systems_Administrator_PD_CoB
Do you have experience in all aspects of IT software systems management and want to experience new and exciting challenges within a supportive team environment?

As Systems Administrator you will administer, problem resolve, implement upgrades and developments and training of our core business systems including Land Information systems, Finance, HR/Payroll and Document Management. This role is responsible for the provision of business systems support within the Information Management Team to the organisation. In addition, you will play a key role in projects relating to the implementation of new system functionality or upgrades.

Strong research, analytical and problem solving, interpersonal, and project management skills are essential to excelling in this role. You will have extensive experience in systems administration, proven ability/experience in identifying systems improvements, determining appropriate action and facilitating implementation of successful outcomes. Demonstrated experience in managing Infor’s Pathway system is highly desirable.

Applications addressing the key selection criteria must be received by Monday 1st July, 2013.

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Melbourne User Group Meeting Notes, March 21st, 2013

Published on May 1, 2013 by in Current

Walter + Eliza Halll Institute
The Melbourne TechnologyOne User Group held a meeting on Thursday 21st March at the Melbourne office of Walter + Eliza Hall Institute in Parkville. It was a great meeting with plenty of news, information and networking occurring in a positive, productive setting. Notes from the meeting are available in the User Group Forum including key points from Jared Evans’s (TechnologyOne Financials Product Owner) on the progress of  the Ci Browser version.

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Attendees Melbourne User Group Meeting March 21st, 2013

Published on March 15, 2013 by in Featured

Fausto Volpe and Adrian Cecala will attend from Hume City Council.

Please put me down for 2 attendees.Thanks Paul Coulson Manager Finance, Police Credit

Matt Vella Latrobe Community Health Service

Steve Irwin Frankston City Council

Confirming the following will be attending from Stonnington:
Anthony Cowan – Systems Accountant
Jaime Loh – Financial Accountant

Sorry can you cancel my request to attend as I’ve just been informed of a board meeting I have to be present at that clashes with the user group meeting. Noel Jacobs Group Finance Manager, Heart Foundation of Australia

It would be my pleasure (along with Michael Lapolla) to attend …. Looking forward to it. Mark Brett Victoria University

Dean Alex (Epworth Healthcare’s Group Finance Manager) and myself would like to attend the next Finance One Melbourne User Group Meeting. Thanks, Robert McKay Group Senior Business Analyst

I will be there no items for the agenda. Melissa Sudero, Finance System Administrator, City of Boroondara – Financial Services (Became an apology 19/03)

Kevin Bone – YMCA Victoria

Anthea Lyons, Manager Finance, Hepburn Shire Council

Jen Warnes (Finance Manager, Baw Baw Shire Council) and I (Wendy Cook, Management Accountant) would like to attend the User Group meeting.

I will me attending user group meeting on 21 Mar, Mira Zukan, Systems Accountant, EPA Victoria

Damian Hogan (Senior Management Accountant), Andrew Nicolau (Senior Financial Accountant),Loong Kok (System Accountant) from Moonee Valley City Council

Dean Downing and Pey Lin Mak will be attending the User Group meeting on behalf of Energy Safe Victoria.

Alice Deane-Freeman and Bridget Geers from City of Kingston

Aileen Morrison | Systems Accountant| Cardinia Shire Council

Jenni Ashkar Finance Manager RFDS Victoria
Heather Pritchard GM Corporate Services RFDS Victoria

Michael Dunphy Karingal will be attending

Sharon Spiteri Accountant – Finance Systems Analyst Finance Department Victoria Teachers Mutual Bank

Greg Bowers (CFO), Lele Zheng (Financial accountant) and Branko Turk (IT systems consultant) Trust for Nature

There will be 2 coming from Warrnambool. D Harrington and one other

Kathy Constable, Systems Development Manager, Bradley Thomas (tentative), Senior Management Accountant

Shane Bloomer, Anton Komljenovic, and possibly Marisol Gormaz, from Housing Choices Australia would like to attend.

Lisa Kemp (Accounts Payable Officer), Kathie Attwood ( Financial Accountant ) Hepburn Shire Council

Graeme Dunstan, Urban Maintenance Systems

Lisa Neocleous, Management Accountant, Latrobe City Council

Penny Hamlett, National Heart Foundation

Malcolm Williamson, Walter + Eliza Hall Institute

Jamie Scott, The Salvation Army

Michael Caton, City of Wodonga (became an apology 20.03)

Alan Cox, Casey City Council

Angelo Luczek, Manager Information Services, Mitchell Shire Council

Belinda Napoli, Reporting Analyst, NEAMI

Bob Palin and Suzanne Harrold, Centre for Eye Research Australia

Malcolm Pescod, Reliance Petroleum

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Melbourne User Group Meeting Agenda March 21st, 2013

Published on March 14, 2013 by in Featured

I’m happy to announce that Jared Evans Product Owner for TechnologyOne Financials is attending our User Group Meeting next week and will be providing an update and demonstration of Technology One Ci2 Financials to the group


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Temporary Position at Productivity Commission – Applications close 12th March

Published on March 12, 2013 by in Featured

We have a temporary vacancy requiring Tech One experience and are seeking to identify any interested parties.

The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government’s independent research and advisory body on a range of economic, social and environmental issues affecting the welfare of Australians. Its role, expressed simply, is to help governments make better policies in the long term interest of the Australian community.
Finance/Purchasing Officer, Melbourne
Staff Level 1 (APS Level 4) Remuneration: $59,284 – $72,376 (plus 15.4% superannuation)
Temporary vacancy – approx. 8 months
1. Under limited direction, work as part of a small team providing high quality, client focussed financial and accounting services.
2. Preparing and processing purchase orders, particularly for IT, and including gazettal in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules requirements.
3. Reconcile and upload/post Diners statements relating to travel providers eg. airline, accommodation, hire car.
4. Assist with processing of accounts payable and receivable.
5. Assist with management and maintenance of the Asset module within TechnologyOne Financials.
6. Perform monthly/regular reconciliations including payroll to GL.
7. Assist with the preparation of a range of financial information and reports, including preparation of Annual Financial Statements, FBT, BAS etc.
Selection Criteria
1. Sound knowledge and understanding of accounts processing and procurement functions including knowledge of / or experience with legislation and policies associated with financial processing activities in a public sector environment or similar.
2. Good organisational skills including the ability to work within a team environment, prioritise and adapt to change, work to deadlines and display initiative.
3. Knowledge of and experience with computer-based financial management information system; in particular TechnologyOne Financials.
4. Good communication and negotiation skills, and the ability to liaise effectively with all levels of staff and clients.
5. Demonstrated commitment to providing a high-quality, client-focussed service to management, staff and external clients.
6. Good analytical, research and problem solving skills, including the capacity to undertake complex special projects under limited supervision. 

Expressions of interest, including resumes should be sent to by COB Tuesday 12th March 2013.

Kaye Kieni
Productivity Commission
Ph:      03 9653 2258
Fax:    03 9653 2199

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