SYSTEMS ANALYST / DEVELOPER DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HEALTH
• Interesting role, working on the NZ Mortality Review Data Group Systems. • Open to flexible work arrangements - achieve a true work/life balance.
The role/Te mahi
We have an interesting opportunity for a Developer to join our team, working to improve and maintain the New Zealand Mortality Review Data Group systems. The New Zealand Mortality Review Data Group was created 18 years ago, and plays an important part in data collection and reporting aiming to reduce mortality for New Zealanders everywhere.
Built largely in PHP/MySQL/Apache, this is a great opportunity to use your existing skills as a developer and build upon your experience working within a large and complex database environment.
Skills and experience/Kā pūkeka me kā wheako
Ideally you will be an enthusiastic software developer who enjoys working with PHP – particularly the Laravel PHP framework. You should have exposure or experience with relational databases, and some Python scripting experience.
If you are the type of person that likes to work with interesting data and databases, with an interest in development then this is the role for you.
About our Team/Mō te tīma
Our team looks after the data behind two of the five mortality review committees in New Zealand. These committees work to report on mortality data across the country to make recommendations to reduce preventable mortality in Aotearoa New Zealand. We have a team of research analysts and subject matter experts, equity advisory, as well as a team of three systems developers.
The University of Otago is one of the country's largest employers and we're here to stay. With a strong knowledge that it's our people that best set us up for success, and we'll promise you the same.
If you are looking for a move, you'll soon find Dunedin offers unrivalled access to the much-coveted Kiwi lifestyle balance. Enjoy the thriving buzz of a student city, where there's no shortage of things to do, (but a great pace- change from the hectic commutes) matched with easy access to adventure and scenery just outside of city limits.
This is a permanent position. Candidates seeking both full-time and part-time work (minimum 0.6 FTE) are encouraged to apply.
We offer competitive salary, five weeks' annual leave, up to 6.75% superannuation scheme, and the ability to achieve real work/life balance. More information regarding employee benefits can be found here.
Applications from candidates with Māori and Pacific backgrounds or strong competencies in these areas are warmly encouraged.
To find out more please contact David Gadsby, Recruitment Consultant via the contact details below.
To submit your application (including CV and cover letter) please click the apply button. Applications quoting reference 2300121 will close Monday, 6 February 2023.
Applications will be reviewed as submitted, and the University reserves to close the vacancy at any time.
Note: Should the successful candidate take up a part-time position, the salary range for this role will be the pro-rata equivalent of the annual full- time salary range listed.
Contact: David Gadsby Tel: +64 3 479 4082
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Salary Level and Range Level 6 (Range of Appointments $66,852 to $72,918, Top of Range $79,099)Organisation
Women's and Children's HealthJob Function
Business and Systems Analyst