Power Platform Developer – SFIA 4-6
17th June, 2022
As a Power Platform Developer, you will design, build, implement, manage, and monitor critical information management solutions utilising Microsoft’s Power Platform, Dynamics 365 and Dataverse. Working as part of a highly motivated and cohesive team using agile approaches, you will assist with gap analyses highlighting current state, future state, customer needs, best practices and competition.. Within the Department of Health, you will be working with several other highly motivational teams who are already working to deliver and operationally manage a suite of D365 business applications.. D365 platform is strategic business applications delivery platform and recently, Health has consolidated D365 program capability across the department to a program delivery model for better collaboration, resource optimization and to deliver integrated solutions. The Health Business Systems (HBS) Delivery Branch is structured into 3 Agile Release Trains (ARTs), operating in DevOps model utilising the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). D365 program capability is working toward capacity based, capability funded model to leverage multiple productivity benefits of SAFe framework. In DevOps model Delivery and Operational responsibility are assigned within scrum teams. The Department intends to allocate candidates ranked suitable to a merit list for consideration for additional future roles.
 
 
Power Platform Developer
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Three or more years of experience in technical analysis and design.
• Two or more years of relevant experience in Power Platform including Microsoft 365
Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Platform Development and Support.
• Azure DevOps, pipeline build and release strategies.
• Reporting and BI capabilities and knowledge, specifically within Microsoft stack.
• Demonstrated experience in:
o Microsoft Dataverse environments and solutions.
o PowerApps, including model-driven, canvas and portals
o Power Automate, including approvals and business process flows
o Power BI, including desktop, web, and server
o Dynamics 365, including Customer Engagement, Business Central and Marketing
• Experience working with delivery assurance principles and procedures.
• Microsoft Azure experience is considered as desirable.
Please note that selection criteria are not required if CV clearly demonstrates the required skills
and experience. A cover letter, or summary statement (max. half page), against listed skills and
experience are welcomed.
 
Prior to any engagement, candidates will have to provide evidence of:
• security clearance (minimum BASELINE),
• police check (not older than 6 months),
• non-disclosure agreement (signed), and
• Conflict of Interest (signed).
 
 
 

As a Power Platform Developer, you will design, build, implement, manage, and monitor critical information management solutions utilising Microsoft’s Power Platform, Dynamics 365 and Dataverse. Working as part of a highly motivated and cohesive team using agile approaches, you will assist with gap analyses highlighting current state, future state, customer needs, best practices and competition.. Within the Department of Health, you will be working with several other highly motivational teams who are already working to deliver and operationally manage a suite of D365 business applications.. D365 platform is strategic business applications delivery platform and recently, Health has consolidated D365 program capability across the department to a program delivery model for better collaboration, resource optimization and to deliver integrated solutions. The Health Business Systems (HBS) Delivery Branch is structured into 3 Agile Release Trains (ARTs), operating in DevOps model utilising the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). D365 program capability is working toward capacity based, capability funded model to leverage multiple productivity benefits of SAFe framework. In DevOps model Delivery and Operational responsibility are assigned within scrum teams. The Department intends to allocate candidates ranked suitable to a merit list for consideration for additional future roles.
 
 
Power Platform Developer
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Three or more years of experience in technical analysis and design.
• Two or more years of relevant experience in Power Platform including Microsoft 365
Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Platform Development and Support.
• Azure DevOps, pipeline build and release strategies.
• Reporting and BI capabilities and knowledge, specifically within Microsoft stack.
• Demonstrated experience in:
o Microsoft Dataverse environments and solutions.
o PowerApps, including model-driven, canvas and portals
o Power Automate, including approvals and business process flows
o Power BI, including desktop, web, and server
o Dynamics 365, including Customer Engagement, Business Central and Marketing
• Experience working with delivery assurance principles and procedures.
• Microsoft Azure experience is considered as desirable.
Please note that selection criteria are not required if CV clearly demonstrates the required skills
and experience. A cover letter, or summary statement (max. half page), against listed skills and
experience are welcomed.
 
Prior to any engagement, candidates will have to provide evidence of:
• security clearance (minimum BASELINE),
• police check (not older than 6 months),
• non-disclosure agreement (signed), and
• Conflict of Interest (signed).