Systems Analyst

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the high performing IT team at Waipa District Council.

  • Full-time, permanent
  • Te Awamutu based
  • Local Government opportunity
The Waipa district is a vibrant and highly developed area with an excellent central location. The district has a growing reputation as the 'Home of Champions' - with high performance sports Rowing New Zealand, Cycling New Zealand, Canoe Racing New Zealand and Triathlon New Zealand making Cambridge their home. We're in a massive growth phase and this is an exciting opportunity to join a successful, innovative and dynamic Council focussed on its communities.


We are looking for an experienced Systems Analyst to join our Solutions team. You will be applying your analytical skills and systems management experience in support of enterprise software, contributing to technical requirements analysis, and co-ordinating system enhancements with product vendors and internal user groups.

Our ideal candidate will hold a relevant IT or Systems Analysis tertiary qualification, have experience with TechnologyOne software (desirable but not essential) and be able to demonstrate the following skills:

  • Ability to translate business requirements into technical requirements
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Ability to undertake software functionality gap analysis
  • Application configuration management
  • Service management principles
Our IT team are considered a key business partner working closely with internal customers to drive and deliver solution focused outcomes. You will be joining a team who are dedicated to providing a quality service to their users; if your technical nous, strong attention to detail and fantastic people skills would complement this service then you could be just who we are looking for!


Applications close: 11.55pm Wednesday, 27 February 2019.

To apply for this job, please go online to and enter the job code 8402LGC

Permanent Full Time

Job no: BMAO943593

Location: Waipa

Closing Date: Wednesday, 27 February 2019