IT Hardware Asset Administrator

Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand

Location: Melbourne

Job Type: Full time


Hardware Asset Manager

We are Fujitsu. A Japanese company with a strong set of values and a history of respecting fairness and equality, whilst promoting diversity and inclusion. We constantly push ourselves to do better and strive to bring together a diverse mix of perspectives and talents in an inclusive environment, where we encourage our people to bring their full selves to work. We call this Be Completely You.

We are inclusive. As a responsible business, it is important to us that we reflect the diversity of our society and customers. Globally, Fujitsu is not only a Disability Confident company, a Times Top 50 employer for Women, and a signatory for the Race at Work Charter. We are also committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and in Australia we have been recognised as an AWEI Bronze employer for our LGBTI+ inclusion. We also have specific inclusion efforts with First Nations Peoples in New Zealand through our Maori and Pacific Peoples Inclusion Plan and in Australia with our Reconciliation Action Plan.

We are people centric. This means we care about our people (and their families and communities) and appreciate that everyone has a life outside of work. By supporting our people to Work Your Way, we empower them to achieve a flexible and respectful approach to work which suits them and our customers best - this could be working hours, location, or a flexible approach to their working day.
We want you to thrive. If working for a progressive organisation, with a continuing commitment to diversity and inclusion is important, you should apply.

Shape your world and achieve together

We are looking for a Hardware Asset Administrator to support two large customers of Fujitsu in Melbourne. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the hardware assets of our clients, ensuring they are properly maintained and managed to ensure optimal performance. This will be a hybrid role. Ideally the expectation is you will work from each customer once a week. The rest of time you can choose where you work best!

  • Conduct inventory audits to ensure that all hardware assets are accounted for and accurately recorded in the Configuration Management Database
  • Monitor security and compliance requirements to ensure that hardware assets are up-to-date and secure, and that our clients meet their compliance obligations.
  • Create comprehensive reports and analytics on hardware assets to help our clients make informed decisions about their IT investments.
  • Provide guidance and support to our clients to ensure they get the most out of their hardware assets.
Building your own path to success:
  • Minimum of 6 months experience in managing hardware assets in a large enterprise environment.
  • Strong understanding of hardware asset management best practices and procedures.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and analytical skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

We offer a competitive salary package, opportunities for professional development, and a supportive work environment. If you are a highly motivated and skilled Hardware Asset Manager looking to work with two large customers of Fujitsu in Melbourne, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.
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