Alice KellyTechnology Implementation Project Manager

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Alice has over 7 years of experience in working with clients (both corporate and government sector) across Asia Pacific and also in the UK. Alice has worked with clients from a broad range of industries including education, aviation, banking, local government, manufacturing and many others.

Most recently Alice was supporting the IT Projects & Engagement team at The Gordon TAFE in Geelong, supporting the rollout of various technology-focused projects including the implementation of TechnologyOne’s HR & Payroll system; development of forms and workflow as part of the HR & Payroll project rollout; the TCSI (Transforming the Collection of Student Information) Dept. Education initiative; implementation of the TAFE’s QR code contact tracing system in response to COVID-19; and roll-out of the TAFE-wide BPM (business process mapping) software in support of business process improvements.

Alice also worked with CIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply) Australia & New Zealand for 5 years, working closely with clients and members of the institute on delivering procurement change and education amongst their organisations.

At Arcblue, Alice works closely with the Social Procurement team to help support projects and programs of work to enable them to deliver their objectives through the use of technology. She is also key to the roll out of Portt systems and programs, for which Arcblue is a preferred implementation partner, working with clients to understand and capture requirements, and support the projects through to delivery.

Alice holds a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Melbourne, a Certificate IV in Human Resources Management, and is a qualified PRINCE2 project practitioner. Alice is motivated in her career and in life by making real change for real impact, and is also a passionate cyclist, skier, and surfer in her spare time.

Efficiency is doing better what is already being done.


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