Application Support Officer Is this you? You recently graduated with an IT-related degree and you’re on the hunt for a new challenge. You understand ISO27001 and the importance if Information Security. You have experience maintaining an Office365 environment, Azure active directory and Microsoft In Tune, but most importantly you’re a customer service whiz and would love running our help desk. You may not be the captain of this team (…yet), but when we are in thick of it, we play off each-other’s strengths and have each-others back #1YP You’re adaptiveYou know not every day will not be the same. You can switch from managing a Help Desk (Zen desk), to being part of the Information Security Management Committee pretty easily. Changing lives is your passion but you still embrace rolling up your sleeves and mucking in to get the job done. You want to make an impact You’re full of creative ways to get the best out of systems and embrace working closely with teams to make this happen. You can think conceptually to understand how the work you do every day supports the teams making a social impact and breaking the cycle of disadvantage. You thrive in organised chaos You know the importance of keeping things moving while having five different plates all spinning at once all while partnering with leaders to provide them with HR advice. Working in a high paced environment will fill your cup, but you will also know when to put your hand up and ask for help. A bit about the role: The Application Support Officer reports into our Systems Administration - Business Partner, and will work across all of Youth Projects' sites to provide system and technical support. Here are some of things you could expect to be doing in your first month: Providing technical support for system security Maintaining the Microsoft Office365 environment Maintaining Azure active directory On boarding new users, Off boarding staff who are leaving Attending team and site meetings Sending updates to teams and the business about IT improvements. Working with business leaders to scope needs of new systems Managing the day to day Zen desk helpdesk tickets and prioritize them in line with daily business needs. Supporting staff in completing Information security training Telling the odd staff member “have you tried restarting?” Managing the asset register (Lan Sweeper) to make sure it is up to date Managing the deployment of hardware and roll-out of new applications Maintaining the video conferencing rooms and ensure their smooth operation Or you can read more about the role by checking out the Success Profile. A bit about us: We are an independent, registered charity providing front line support to young people and individuals experiencing disadvantage, unemployment, homelessness, alcohol and other drug issues. We also help those looking to re-engage with learning and employment. We recognise the complex and varying needs of the people we work with and go above and beyond, 365 days a year, to provide pathways out of poverty. Last year, our highly skilled multi-disciplinary team provided 15,288 face-to-face contacts to people via The Living Room, supported 1,243 young people through our employment and training programs, and dispensed 1.3+ million safe injecting kits through our harm reduction programs. We have the ability to provide a complete wrap around, judgement free service with a strong focus on respect, service users-centred care and harm prevention. The impact we seek enables each person to lead longer lives, have improved health, meaningful employment and a greater sense of belonging, safety and security through a holistic model of care. We operate out of two flagship sites (on the iconic Hosier Lane and in vibrant Glenroy) and are growing to deliver services across 15 more outreach locations across Victoria. Our culture is casual yet professional and high energy. We encourage flexibility for your work/life balance. Our team is serious about their work but doesn’t take themselves too seriously. Why should you work with us? Every day you spend working with us, you’re making a difference. The stronger our frontline warriors, the bigger our impact in breaking the cycle of disadvantage. We think that’s a pretty great perk, but we don’t stop there… here are some of the others: Free specialty coffee at the office Access to generous salary packaging Access to meals & entertainment benefits and novated leasing (if desired) Flexible work environment Uncapped Employee Assistance Program 17.5% Annual Leave Loading Plus, additional paid leave for wellbeing, family violence and study PLUS an extra 5 personal days! We also provide flexibility to take extra, unpaid leave or travel while working Salary We’re a non-profit organisation that fills from a full cup but not a full pocket. In order to attract strong talent, we pay competitively and remunerate based on your skills and experience and are determined to make this the best job you'll ever have. This position is paid under the Labour Market Award. Think you have what it takes and want to join the team at Youth Projects? Send through a cover letter and your resume to [email protected]. Recruitment for this position will be undertaken as applications are received. The position will be filled when a successful candidate has been selected. Our commitment to diversity At Youth Projects, we value diversity and believe that a range of backgrounds brings a variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will enhance our effectiveness. We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions and encourage applications from candidates with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and indigenous candidates Safety screening Youth Projects has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the provision of a child-safe organisation. All Youth Projects staff must undergo Police and Working with Children Checks.