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Developer Pool - Western Australia DPIRD

Applications close: 
July 25, 2022

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An opportunity to join the Government of Western Australia's Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is available
Applications Close
July 25, 2022

Developer Pool - Western Australia DPIRD

Developer Pool

Salary: Level 4, $81,452 - $85,797 pa, Public Sector CSA Agreement 2021
Location: Perth Metropolitan Area
Pillar/directorate: Primary Industries Development
Branch: Farming Systems Innovation
Tenure: Permanent - Part Time, Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Part Time, Fixed Term - Full Time
Position Number:
Pool Ref AV9149

Are you passionate in developing programs and application interfaces?

Love problem solving?

Thrive when collaborating with others?

This opportunity could be for you!

West Australian Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is seeking to establish a pool of Developers who enjoy problem solving, thrive when collaborating with others and can prioritise with ease. The role of Developer will work closely with the broader team and bring expertise to help provide analysis, software development, testing, and support on a range of ICT system development projects. You will enjoy working through complex problems, thrive on collaboration, and manage your time and priorities with ease. We are passionate about all things digital and expect that you will be too.

How to apply:
  • A comprehensive resume/CV that clearly shows your working and educational history, relevant experience, and skills
  • A covering letter of no more than two (2) pages that demonstrates your skill set and experience relating to the information in the advert, also providing details demonstrating the following:
  • Technical skills - Demonstrated experience developing ICT systems within a large organisation
  • Communication and Relationship skills - Well developed communication and interpersonal skills with proven ability to maintain effective relationships with a range of people in various contexts to achieve positive outcomes.

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