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Melbourne - 5 jobs in August 2016

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Aconex | San Francisco, CA USA, Melbourne, Australia| Full-time | Senior Software Engineer, Senior UI Engineer | ONSITE | $135k+

Aconex is a highly profitable project collaboration company with most of the worlds largest construction companies as customers. We are to construction projects what Atlassian is to software projects.

We're looking to build a team of experienced software developers to help us bring a new product to market with a strong financial aspect. Our stack is based on a service oriented architecture, so we have a number of different technologies at play - Java, Go, Ruby, Python etc. To begin with, you'll be working with Java 8 (using Dropwizard), Angular, Typescript as well as many other tools.

Love to chat stack, so if you're interested - reach out!

Technology choice is open for discussion on new services that we start.

More about us: https://www.aconex.com

If you're interested, email me at tolshansky(at )aconex( dot)com

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PromisePay | http://www.promisepay.com | Australia (Melbourne) & Philippines (Manila) | 40+ employees | Ruby, Angular, AWS, DBA | ONSITE

Hi HN! I am the Lead Developer at PromisePay, a high-growth fintech company with offices in Melbourne, Manila and St Louis. We are looking to fill some roles to join us on the journey.

1 x Developer Lead (Ruby/Angular) - Melbourne

3 x Developers (Ruby/Angular) - Philippines & Melbourne

2 x DevOps Engineer (DBA / Security) - Philippines

1 x QA (Test automation) - Philippines

1 x Product Manager - Melbourne

PromisePay powers fast, flexible and frictionless payments so platforms and marketplaces can build trust, improve user experience, and drive revenue, without the extra operational overheads and costs. With a growing team and high-profile customers, we are looking to rapidly find talented people to join our developer and product teams.

Our interview process involves a initial chat to determine skillset and fit, a technical assessment and then a cultural fit meeting.

If this sounds interesting reach out to me! Andrew McIntosh: jobs at promisepay.com

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General Assembly (http://generalassemb.ly) | New York, NY | NYC ONSITE + US/UK REMOTE | Multiple Positions | Fulltime

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 a line. If you're in New York City, let's grab a drink or a coffee and chat!

High level stack overview: - Ruby, Rails, React. Python for data eng.

Interview process: - Introductory call, Code challenge, Pairing Session, Group Interview.

Looking for: - Data Engineer (https://boards.greenhouse.io/generalassembly/jobs/50830)

See our full list of open positions at https://boards.greenhouse.io/generalassembly.

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Rushing to catch a flight but Infoxchange (@infoxchange on twitter) is hiring several mid/senior level dev and a dev / technical dev team lead roles that all work closely with the ops team I lead there.

Don't have time to do he full blurb right now but we're an awesome not-for-profit organisation based mainly in Melbourne, various areas of the business provide different services to other NFPs and community organisations as well as products that have been funded by winning awards / challenges (such as the google impact challenge last year) to assist people that are homeless, at-risk, need mental health support, trauma counselling, refugee assistance etc...

A big (main) part of that is designing, building, maintaining and improving a number of different web based applications and services that link to each other for things like patient management, electronic referral etc...

Main language in dev is Python and PHP, and in my team is Puppet, Ruby and whatever else is the best tool for the job and organisation, lots of really new tech, I'm quite proud of us in many ways being very early adopters of new and interesting tech in the OSS world and we contribute back a lot as well.

Very transparent organisation with quite a flat layout and essentially no internally bureaucracy, it's the only job in my life where I wake up on a Monday morning and want to go to the office!

Really got to rush off now but please check out https://www.infoxchange.org or twitter.com/infoxchange and get in contact if you're looking for work in Melbourne and you share our vision that underpins every decision we make: 'Technology For Social Justice'.

Thanks, Sam.

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migenius | http://www.migenius.com | New York, NY | ONSITE, Full-time

migenius specialises in photorealistic 3D rendering for the cloud and web applications. Our main product, RealityServer, provides a simple web services based API to the NVIDIA Iray rendering engine. We both license software and build custom solutions for our users. We are based in Melbourne, Australia with offices in London and Tokyo and are establishing a presence in the US. We are looking for a developer to work embedded with one of our key customers. Midtown Manhattan location.

Ideally we are looking for something of a generalist since the demands of the role will evolve over time (sometimes in short spaces of time). The successful applicant should have strong software development skills and be able to quickly work through helping determine feasibility and mock up of potential ideas but will also potentially be working on production development as well.

Flexibility in working hours is important since there is a need to overlap some of the working day with the team in Australia. Initially after starting there would also be a requirement to spend 2-3 months in Australia working directly with our team to get oriented and obtain a good overview of our technologies. Good communication skills are essential as customer interaction is required.

The role will require working with high end 3D technologies both developed internally and licensed from third-parties. The visual nature of the results achieved working on our projects is extremely rewarding and there are also lots of interesting toys to play with such as servers crammed with GPUs and remote GPU clusters. We have a close partnership with NVIDIA and their advanced rendering team (our CEO, that's me, is a former NVIDIA and mental images employee).

No specific technologies listed here since we have flexible requirements and are more looking for the right fit with someone who is interested in what we are doing and can work on multiple ideas and projects at once. If you are interested in 3D graphics, particularly photorealistic rendering as well as web development, CAD, architecture or design we cut across all of these types of areas.

Interview if conducted prior to early-September would be in person with me and our customer in New York, if after that interview would be remote. We don't generally do coding exercises in the interview but we will be looking for an ability to talk in detail about your previous project and experiences and ideally you should have something you can actually show of your past work. Email jobs@migenius.com if the position sounds interesting, please mention Hacker News when contacting us so we know it was from here.