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Melbourne - 2 jobs in December 2015

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New York, NY | ONSITE & REMOTE | Multiple Positions | Fulltime | General Assembly

General Assembly transforms thinkers into creators through education and opportunities in technology, business, and design. We offer classes, workshops, long-form courses, and events in worldwide markets including New York where we are headquartered, Atlanta, Austin, London, Hong Kong, Sydney, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Melbourne, and Washington DC. We also partner with Fortune 500 companies to spur innovation through increased digital fluency and more effective approaches to collaboration.

We have small, cross-functional product teams that are developing innovative new solutions to online education, and currently we have various open positions across the engineering organization that we are looking to fill. If you want to be part of a diverse team, working on challenging tasks, and want to help the world expand their knowledge to better themselves and their careers via education, drop us line.

See our full list of open positions ranging from engineers to designers to even teaching opportunities at https://generalassemb.ly/careers. Please feel free to contact me directly with your resume and any questions at elliott . carlson - at - generalassemb.ly

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Utility Software Services | Melbourne, Australia - ONSITE | email kate.obrien@utilitysoftwareservices.com

We are looking for experienced full time Java/Angular developers to join a small team of developers in Melbourne.

We're an innovative company that are focused on using the right tool for the job. 100% open source.

Skills: Angular JS, Java, MySQL, some exposure to NoSQL such as MongoDB. HTML, CSS, Bootstrap. Docker or Kubernetes. Message queuing, particularly Apache Kafka.

Bonus: Apache camel and/or experience with rules engines such as Drools

We would consider other languages such as Ruby, Node, Go etc.

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