Systems Analyst, Corporate Citizenship & Communications, Toronto, Telus

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897958
Systems Analyst, Corporate Citizenship & Communications, Toronto, Telus
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Systems analyst, corporate citizenship & communications

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Join our team and what we'll accomplish together

Want to be part of a team that is passionate about driving change, innovation and results? Read on. The TELUS Corporate Citizenship & Communications team is seeking a Systems Analyst. Together, we'll enable CC&C to tell its stories and deliver its programs to the entire TELUS team effectively through reliable and easy-to-use technology solutions.

Are you someone who?

Loves what technology can do for the human experience
Combines technical acumen with user experience best practices
Brings people together collaboratively for the best in shared outcomes

What you'll do

The Systems Analyst will provide enterprise support of Habitat, developing our intranet, and helping the team with the delivery of excellent content experiences on Habitat. Collaborating with communication strategists and authors, you'll maintain and augment our email campaign delivery capabilities in Adobe Campaign Standard, and consult around best practices for communications channel technologies and integrations.


What you bring

You have strong foundation in delivery of great user experiences through content and page design
PHP development capability
HTML and CSS experience
Deeply rooted knowledge of TELUS' digital brand (Allium, TELUS Design System)


Expertise in new technology introductions
Client and product management experience
Familiarity or experience with TELUS social purpose programs is an asset
Bachelor’s Degree in a technology field

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