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WGEA is a unique small federal government agency that works with the Australian private sector to develop leading-edge business practices to drive improved gender equality in the workplace. We are a purpose-driven collaborative team collecting a world leading dataset and are in the process of transforming our reporting and data management platform.
Further information about our Agency is available at http://www.wgea.gov.au/
About this role
This is a newly created position reporting to our Executive Project Manager. You will work across the business to help our implementation of Salesforce Service and Community Clouds, using Mulesoft and Tableau for data management, analysis and visualisation.
You will be involved in every facet of our agile delivery processes (refinement, planning, showcase, retrospective, stand ups etc.) There will be days where you will need to get your head down and develop complex documentation and others where you will need to think on your feet and help the team understand changing requirements.
This is an opportunity to be part of the team transforming our workplace gender reporting system. This new system will have a substantial impact on the work of the Agency, the data it collects and our world-leading role in improving gender equality.
More so, you will be member of a team of high achievers who are passionate, friendly and fun. We pride ourselves on being a respectful, diverse and inclusive community.
Working as part of our team where daily stand-ups are the norm, you are comfortable working in a highly structured yet dynamic environment.
What’s on offer?
How to apply
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We encourage and welcome applications from people of all genders, Indigenous Australians, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature-age people.
We look forward to meeting you.