Digital and Campus Services has seven branches with responsibilities extending over three campuses: Joondalup, Mount Lawley and Bunbury. The core functions of these teams are:
Delivery of major and minor capital works, minor non-capitalised works, master planning, building maintenance and space design, utilisation and experience capability to move the University towards the important and growing trend of intelligent, flexible and information space design.
Responsible for delivery of services that encompass commercial retail and leasing management, security and traffic services, contract and grounds management, emergency management and access control to enhance the on-campus experience for students, staff and visitors.
Responsible for enhancing the experience of life at the University for staff, students and community by delivering seamless digital and campus support, digital fleet services, fleet life-cycle management and service improvement.
Responsible for engaging with the University to understand present and future demands, to develop and construct the digital future and deliver infrastructure that will support the University's teaching, learning, research and professional outcomes.
Working in consultation with stakeholders to deliver digital programs and projects across the University. The team is responsible for whole project life-cycle including scoping, planning, budgeting, scheduling, execution and handover.
Responsibility for the development, delivery and ongoing operation of all business systems the University uses to support teaching, learning, research and professional outcomes.
Responsible for delivery of information security services, including risk management, governance, reporting, accreditation and compliance across Digital and Campus Services.
Provides administration, communication and resource coordination function support the leadership team and provides administration services to the directorate.
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