Change and Release Manager | Wellington
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|Application Close Date:||21-Apr-2021|
Change and Release Manager
- Work with different portfolios across Digital and the wider business to create a common centralised view of all releases
- Permanent role based in Wellington
- Enjoy excellent benefits including free life, trauma, and income protection insurances
About the role
We have a great permanent opportunity for a Change and Release Manager to join the Digital & Information Services Group based in Wellington.
As a Change and Release Manager you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the packaging and delivery of releases across the enterprise for applications and infrastructure while minimising the impact to production environments.
As a valuable team member, you will be involved in:
- Monitoring the release progress through the entire pipeline, assuring quality standards are consistently met at each stage gate and coordinating releases across the Digital and Information Services teams
- Overseeing the adherence to deployment windows and release processes in line with the D&IS, facilitate the appropriate communication channels among software delivery roles and with stakeholders, and continuously improve change and release management practices
To be successful in the role you will have 5+ years of practical and relevant experience in release and/or project management and working knowledge of Agile frameworks and Continuously Delivery
You'll also have following skills and experience:
- Analytical and creative problem-solving abilities
- Customer service, project management, and time management
- Able to communicate ideas using both technical and business languages
- Relationship building skills
- Ability to prioritise and work in a high-pressured environment
- Proven experience in overseeing the design, packaging, testing and deployment of software releases
- Proven experience with release management, environment management, and portfolio and programme management practices
- Good knowledge of current release and deployment standards
- Extensive software trouble shooting and application support experience
- Experience with testing, flowchart and data mapping tools and procedures
Benefits at WorkSafe
WorkSafe offer a range of benefits, including free life, trauma and income protection insurance packages, discounts on health insurance and eye care, and learning and development opportunities.
WorkSafe is New Zealand's primary workplace health and safety regulator. Our Chief Executive Phil Parkes leads over 600 staff based across New Zealand who are working to lift health and safety performance, supporting New Zealanders to return home from work healthy and safe.
How to apply
Click the apply button and include your CV and cover letter. You can find out more about this role by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on Wednesday,21st April 2021.