Albury Wodonga Health

  • Competitive salary + generous salary packaging options
  • Flexibility for Work-Life Balance
  • Generous leave allowances for many roles
  • Comprehensive Learning and Growth Opportunities

About the Role

The Senior Integration Analyst will be a valued member of the Information Management team and will be responsible for the operational management of the Albury Wodonga health integration environment that supports scalable, interoperable and reliable data, workflow, automation and messaging systems. The role will be responsible for the design, build, configuration, coding, implementation and maintenance of data integration services between disparate information systems via electronic data interchange; for example: messaging, ETL (extract transform load), data transfer and replication. This is a mix of BAU and project delivery. We are actively seeking candidates who meet the following requirements to apply for this exceptional opportunity.

  • Degree or Certificate IV in Information Technology or related field, or currently studying to obtain any of these certifications.
  • Industry certification of ITIL, and related technical certifications relevant to role e.g., TOGAF, Microsoft and other vendor certifications,
  • 5+ years’ experience in similar role in IT / ICT industry, particularly across technology, data, digital processes and security.
  • Proven ability supporting enterprise solutions across applications, infrastructure, and architecture.
  • Proven experience working collaboratively to identify and implement continuous service improvement for IT.
  • Demonstrated experience in application architecture and systems design principles and their relevance in delivering a digital strategy and organisational change.
  • Experience with technical environments across solution architecture, infrastructure, application, integrations, cybersecurity e.g., enterprise network, servers, applications, M365, telephony and collaborative solutions.
  • Understanding of global standard HL7 for the transfer of data between clinical & corporate health applications.

Employment Type: This is a fulltime, permanent opportunity.


About Albury Wodonga Health (AWH)

AWH serves as the largest regional healthcare provider between Sydney and Melbourne, situated in the twin cities of Albury and Wodonga. With a dedicated team of over 3,000 professionals, we proudly service a population of 300,000 across North-East Victoria and Southern NSW. Our extensive network encompasses two primary hospital campuses and an additional 22 sites, delivering a diverse range of emergency, surgical, women and children’s, community, mental health, allied health, and sub-acute services. Our growth continues with the opening of a state-of-the-art Emergency Department in 2024, and excitingly, the construction of a new hospital at our Albury site by 2028.  This expansion will greatly elevate our ability to service the needs of our community, and we need a great team of people like you to accomplish this.


What awaits you at AWH?

We are committed to our Employee Value Proposition and will deliver on our key pillars of Growth, Balance, Contribution and Lifestyle.

We provide comprehensive induction and training to set you up for success, offer exceptional Rewards and Benefits and continuously nurture your professional growth by providing opportunities for development.

We also offer relocation support to assist with securing local housing, arranging childcare/education (if necessary), and seeking employment opportunities for partners, establishing social connections, and seamlessly integrating into the Albury Wodonga community during your transition.


Are you ready to become part of our team?

For more role-specific information, please refer to the attached Position Description. You are also encouraged to reach out to the person on the job advert for a confidential discussion. Salary and terms will be in accordance with the relevant state EBA or Award.


Explore our Candidate Information Pack to uncover compelling reasons to embark on this career journey with us and become part of our fantastic team.


AWH prioritises Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practice, and embraces Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Please note that appointments are contingent on satisfactory pre-employment checks including Criminal Record check and working with Children checks.

Important Notice: All healthcare workers must be fully vaccinated or hold an approved medical contraindication certificate. Successful candidates will need to provide documentation of their COVID-19 and flu vaccination status.


Not the right role for you? Let us know what you’re seeking!

If you don’t meet all the requirements of this role, please submit your details to AWH as you may be a great fit for another role.

Submit your details through AWH Community Talent Pool and our team can connect with you if a suitable position arises.