Robin Shortt & Ingrid Lindner joins the EMMS Sustainment team

We recently announced Tarkan Serim who was recently hired as the Team Lead for EMMS Sustainment. The EMMS Sustainment team is part of a key investment in an area of strategic importance to Facilities and VPFO.

We are happy to announce that we have now filled two additional positions on the EMMS Sustainment team — Business Analyst and Systems Analyst. We have also re-posted the other Business Analyst position for the EMMS Sustainment team.


Robin Shortt joins EMMS Sustainment as Business Analyst

Robin Shortt, who is responsible for the Clerical and Service Centre teams and currently holds the Business Analyst role in Building Operations will take on the Business Analyst role for the EMMS Sustainment team

Robin will be joining the EMMS team on December 1st, and to backfill part of Robin’s responsibilities, we are in the process of recruiting for a Manager, Business and Support Services position that will be responsible for the Clerical and Service Centre teams. A posting for this new position will be available soon.

Most of you know Robin, as he is our payroll go-to as well as the face of many of our client facing services, with extensive experience working cross-functionally with departments across UBC including; the Records Management Office, union representatives, Financial Operations/Payroll, HR, and IT.

Robin joined Building Operations in 2013 and began supporting the team as a Payroll Administrator in 2014 and as a Business Analyst in July 2019. Robin has a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science from the Australian National University as well as a certificate in Business Analysis from UBC Sauder School of Business.


Ingrid Lindner joins the EMMS Sustainment team as Systems Analyst

We are also pleased to announce that Ingrid Lindner has been hired as the Systems Analyst on the EMMS Sustainment Team.

Ingrid comes to us from the Integration Enablement Center (IEC) team within UBC IT where she was an Integration Analyst on the Integrated Renewal Project (IRP). In her IRP role, Ingrid was responsible for the delivery of integrations between Workday and various UBC systems where she defined technical specifications, provided appropriate business and Workday information to developers and architects, tested integrations and triaged any issues found.  In addition, Ingrid worked with IRP Functional team members to obtain business requirements, Application Ecosystem Program (AEP) team members to provide information and appropriate integrations for retrofit activities, and IRP testing team members to ensure the proper understanding of integrations for testing.

Prior to working at UBC Ingrid was a Software Developer for SFU and also has experience as an Application Developer, Computer Analyst/Programmer and Database Programmer/Developer. Ingrid has a Masters of Business Administration from SFU (Beedie School of Business) as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Victoria.