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Melbourne - 7 jobs in May 2017

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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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Contino | Onsite | London, New York, Melbourne | Full-time | | www.contino.io/join-us

Contino are a globally distributed and leading consultancy transforming enterprise through DevOps, Cloud and Containerisation. We create ultimate technology environments. Offices based in London, NYC, Atlanta and Melbourne.

Our positions involve travel (mainly local, but some international)

We are currently hiring for; * Technical Principals - 90% engineering/delivery 10% pre-sales. * Account Principals - 60% engineering delivery & 30% pre-sales * DevOps Engineers - Docker/Kubernetes/Terraform, AWS, Ansible/Chef/Puppet, Java/Python, Jenkins (other CI) * Cloud Engineers - AWS Certified or Azure Certified. * Digital Marketing execs (world wide)

Positions vary from £28,000p.a - £115,000p.a (depending on position) + full extensive benefits packages. More info can be found at www.contino.io/join-us

Or email careers@contino.io stating the job, location and quoting "HackerNewsPost"

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Geli | Melbourne, Australia | Senior Software Engineer & Lead QA/Test Engineer (Australia) | Renewable energy & Energy Storage

Imagine a world where there is less reliance on non-renewable power. A world where you source your electricity from your neighbors rather than from power stations hundreds of miles away. A world where software makes the best possible use of the solar, wind and battery storage available. This is Geli’s vision - the “Internet of Energy(IoEn)”. We're expanding our Engineering team from San Francisco, CA into Australia and are seeking an enthusiastic Senior Software Engineer and a Lead QA/Test Engineer (two separate positions)to work with our growing team and help build our Australian presence.

Ideally, as a Senior Engineer you'd be fluent in both Java and Python, have an interest in Machine learning and IoT technology, and a passion for renewable energy!

As the Lead QA/Test Engineer at Geli you'll have the opportunity to make significant contributions to our QA process and directly influence how we develop, test, and release the components of our IoEn platform.

Learn more at: http://www.geli.net/about/careers/ or feel free to contact me directly at: cris[~at~]geli.net

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GetSwift | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE | FULLTIME

GetSwift is an ASX-listed software company that aims to optimize last-mile delivery. Our software is used in 59 countries and across 30 industries, and our clients include companies like Pizza Hut, Mitre 10, Just Eat, and Red Rooster, with many more in the pipeline.

As an early-stage employee, you'll have a big impact on the architecture of our product, which includes vehicle routing & dispatching, data analytics/ modelling, and complex SPAs. Our stack is varied and includes .NET, Java, Python, Angular, React, AWS, Kafka, Kubernetes, and Haskell.

We're hiring at all levels of the stack, but we'd be particularly interested in full-stack engineers. The only real requirement is that you're self- motivated and able to learn quickly, but there's bonus points for:

• The ability to code in a variety of languages

• Data science skills (R/ Pandas etc, solid stats background)

• Devops, containers, Kubernetes, aws

• Familiarity with any part of our stack

Our interview process consists of a short code test (if you don't have any publicly accessible code for us to look at), and a technical interview in our Collins St office, 1-2 hours. After that, we'll be in touch within about a week. Email me (joash at getswift dot co), prefixing the subject with "HN:". Include anything you think will show off your skills!

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Listium | Front-end or Full-stack Developer | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE Full-Time

We’re looking for a senior developer with 3+ years working with Javascript, and experience with singe-page apps. A good understanding of React is also suggested, although if you’re a proven fast learner that might work. We use a very modern stack (Node, React, Postgres) and have a small team of outstanding developers. If you like technical challenges, working with smart people, having significant input at all stages of the process, and no committees to get in the way, you should take a quick look at our jobs page at: https://angel.co/listium/jobs. We are funded, and offer generous equity packages.


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First Rung | Node JS Developer | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE, Full-Time, https://www.seek.com.au/job/33317525

First Rung is a global FinTech startup that's looking to change the financial services industry. We're developing a products that is helping Millennials build their home deposit faster.

Apply via https://www.seek.com.au/job/33317525

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Southeast USA including: Texas (Austin and San Antonio), Virginia (Arlington and Dulles), Alabama (Huntsville), Florida (beach east of Melbourne), South Carolina (Greenville), Maryland (Annapolis Junction), and possibly others, all ONSITE. Citizenship is a job requirement.

We do emulators, JIT, hypervisors, stuff like valgrind, debuggers, manual disassembly, binary static analysis, parsers, and assembly. We write our own low-level tools, frequently in C99 to run on Linux. We also use IDA Pro, qemu, Simics, JTAG debuggers, gdb, Coverity, KlocWork, LLVM, and so on. Easily transferable skills include those related to compilers, kernel drivers, embedded RTOSes, vectorizing, firmware, VxWorks BSP development, symbolic execution, boot loaders, software verification, concolic testing, abstract interpretation, satisfiability (SAT, SMT) solvers, and decompilers. We work with more than a dozen architectures including PowerPC/ppc/POWER, MIPS, ARMv8/Thumb2/AArch64, x86-64/x64/Intel, DSPs, and microcontrollers. We hire from no-degree to PhD. Common degrees include Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mathematics.

We don't normally work overtime, and we get paid more if we do. We're never expected to take work home or be on call. Because of the citizenship requirement, there is no chance that the work will be outsourced. Flex-time is fairly extreme; some do randomish hours.

Hint: pick Arlington for a car-free life. Pick Florida to live in a place with no state income tax, a stand-your-ground law, almost no crime, almost no traffic or commute, and houses that commonly go for $100,000 to $400,000.

You can contact me at users.sf.net, with account name albert.