Drupal Developer and Dev Ops Engineer | Mental Health First Aid Australia

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This part-time role for 4 days a week, provides an opportunity to apply your Drupal and DevOps skills in a flexible and supportive environment that is dedicated to driving a genuine improvement to mental health literacy worldwide.

About us:

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Australia’s core work involves training and supporting suitably experienced Instructors to deliver MHFA courses. MHFA Australia is a national not-for-profit health promotion charity dedicated to furthering the work of the MHFA Training and Research Program, which was established in 2001 by Betty Kitchener OAM and Professor Tony Jorm. We are funded by government and philanthropic grants and through the delivery of training programs. MHFA has now spread to 21 other countries.

About the role:

We are seeking a Drupal Developer and DevOps Engineer to lead development of our web-based instructor management and eLearning platforms. The Web Instructor Management System (WIMS) is MHFA's core business system, handling management of instructors, instructor accreditation, courses, course enrolment, and product ordering. WIMS is a Drupal application, that is tightly coupled to a Moodle-based LMS for delivery of eLearning courses. In this role, you would spend the majority of your time developing new features, fixing bugs, and providing level 3 support for WIMS. You would also manage the infrastructure used to host WIMS and the LMS, which is based on RHEL and CentOS, running on the Rackspace cloud.

We are offering the right candidate a salary of 90K pro-rata, with attractive salary packaging options for a 12 month contract, with possibility of extension. You must be based in Melbourne, or willing to relocate for the role.

How to apply:

For a copy of the position description, which lists the selection criteria and to apply for the role, please visit www.mhfa.com.au/cms/work-with-us/

All applications are required to send us
• A cover letter and application that addresses the essential and desirable selection criteria.
• A current CV.

Applicants who only forward their CV or do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for the role.

Applications close 5pm Friday 4th July 2014.

Any further questions regarding the position can be directed to Nataly Bovopoulos during business hours on (03) 9079 0202 or on natalyb@mhfa.com.au


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