We're hiring!

The VIS is seeking an experienced, innovative and passionate professional to join the team in the role of ICT Manager.

The VIS conducts high performance sports programs for over 300 of Victoria's best athletes. To ensure that appropriate resources are available to staff in supporting athletes, a technically minded ICT Manager is needed to manage network and server reliability, and provide ongoing planning, development and implementation of ICT solutions. 

Overseeing a predominantly in-house ICT function, you will be responsible for the management of the day to day ICT Operations, including being the escalation point for level 3 issues, managing a variety of vendors and looking for efficiencies throughout the ICT function. 

Situated in Albert Park, this dynamic organisation offers the professional challenge of driving a small business forward through technology, whilst also offering the personal satisfaction of assisting a peak sporting body develop high performance athletes. 

If you're interested in this role, click here to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Hays Recruitment on 0396049685 .

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