Exciting career opportunities and a diversity of lifestyle choices
If you are considering joining the Bp Team we offer the prospect of not only a range of exciting career opportunities in an essential & growing industry but a diversity of lifestyle choices.
The Bp Team has grown to 150 people in four office locations, the lively regional cities of Bundaberg, in sub-tropical Queensland, and Hamilton in New Zealand’s North Island, as well as conveniently located offices in Brisbane and Sydney.
Health related IT is growing in scope, complexity and involvement of all sections of the community, in addition to the approximately three quarters of a million health practitioners in Australasia. As Best Practice caters to an increasing share of this market some of the rewarding roles in our big family include Software Developer, Product Analyst, and Support Specialist.
The areas of our organisation in which your skills might be harnessed include Innovation & Development, focussed on software design, development, testing, and production, while our Customer & Commercial team includes the key areas of licensing, commercial relationships, and finance. Bp is also highly regarded for the level of support we provide our customers through a significant Software Support team, providing live and local support across Australia and New Zealand.
Examples of key roles in the team:
Our Support Specialist is at the forefront of support service delivery, using strong IT skills and knowledge, familiarity with medical software support and a customer-focussed approach to helping other people.
Our Product Analysts work across the team to help analyse, test, document and review software products, and provide expertise to assist with detailed programmatic specification of vendor integration, new products, enhancements and other projects.
Our Software Developers support the team through the design, troubleshooting, programming and delivery of new and enhanced medical software applications and periodic updates to our Best Practice clinical and management software products.
The Recruitment Process:
We regularly advertise role vacancies in our Australasian team on the http://www.seek.com.au and http://www.seek.co.nz website, and others. When you find a vacancy that suits your skills, abilities, interests, and experience, please submit your resume and application letter electronically for quicker response.
It’s a good idea to ensure your resume outlines specific work and career history that evidences how you’d suit the role on offer. You don’t need to include personal or work references at the application stage, but you will need to provide these – along with evidence of your legal ability to work in the country, and passport/licence – if your application reaches the next or final stage.
We may ask you to an interview, where the reporting manager or supervisor may ask you questions to validate how well you’d fit the role on offer, and provide you an opportunity to ask any questions about working at Bp.
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