Application Support Analyst/Team Lead

Get visa sponsorship in Christchurch, Canterbury as Application Support Analyst/Team Lead. Please note that you will have to make your own enquiries with the employer directly.
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Manage key business application support, spearhead service improvement projects, and work closely with key stakeholders. Be part of a proactive team dedicated to enhancing app support services.

Job title
Application Support Analyst/Team Lead
Employer
Job listing closed
Location
Christchurch, Canterbury
Category
Information & Communication Technology
Time
Full time

Pay

Not mentioned
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- Oversee vital business application support operations
- Pioneer service improvement with a keen focus on process enhancements
- Collaborate with a myriad of stakeholders, shaping the future of support plans
- Join a passionate team championing health and wellbeing services across NZ and play a pivotal role in driving application support excellence.

What our client can offer:

At the heart of our clients operations lies an unwavering commitment to enhancing the lives of communities they touch. As part of the team, here's what you stand to gain:

- Continual learning and development avenues, bolstered by 5-10 paid study leave days.
- An array of staff perks including retail discounts and 3 days of rejuvenating well-being leave.
- The strong backbone of an encouraging manager and a team that knows how to honour achievements and milestones.

What you will do:

As the Senior Application Support Analyst you'll be:

- The chief custodian of the Application work plan and the overarching Business Applications Support.
- Focussing on strategy along with managing and delegating Business Applications tasks.
- Conducting application workshops with the top level of the organisation.
- Ensuring that the applications are not only current but also shielded with the latest security patches.
- Creating harmonious relationships with vendors and service providers to usher in top-tier solutions.

Skills and experience we are looking for:

- Industry certifications in Application Support or IT
- 3+ years in Application Support and leadership roles
- Mastery over Microsoft products including M365, Dynamics, and SharePoint
- Integration insights using Azure Functions and Logic Apps
- Web editing skills with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
- Proven agility in project delivery

Doesn't it sound like we're describing you? Have you ever thought about how leveraging your tech skills can transform lives and communities? Our client believes in making a difference, and if you do too, let's write this new chapter together

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Immigrating to New Zealand?

We have a number of clients who are Accredited Employers who seriously consider applications from candidates keen to immigrate to New Zealand. Please demonstrate your commitment by attaching a cover letter that clearly states your immigration status and preparedness, as well as your motivations, plans, and timeframes.

Returning to New Zealand?

We have clients who are sourcing specialised IT disciplines and are ready and willing to talk to you.

 

 

 

 

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