Mid & Senior Software Engineer (Multiple roles available)

Become part of a dynamic and fast-paced agile team that is building a platform which will offer predictions and actionable insights that address the common challenges when scaling teams, transforming and enabling agility.

This company has a very exciting future ahead of them and is offering the chance for Mid & Senior Level Engineers to come and join their empowered collaborative culture.  You'll join a team that keeps ahead of evolving technology and provide support for you to stay ahead of cutting-edge tech and best practices.

We want people who will contribute to the professional development of colleagues through sharing knowledge, teaching, and learning from others.

As a Senior you will lead meaningful design thinking around system architecture, development, operation, and security as well as research available technology choices and make informed decisions.

As a Mid Engineer, you will support product development and apply technology, take ownership for solving problems. 

● Mandatory experience with the JavaScript ecosystem particularly Node and React
● Beneficial to have experience with GraphQL, Python
● Proven track record of high- quality, concise, testable, performant and secure code
● Good familiarity with AWS cloud technologies, security and infrastructure-as-code frameworks like Terraform (AWS certification would be a bonus)
● Having a history of contributing to the community (e.g. through conferences, meet-ups or open-source projects)

Perks; 
- Work on a product that is going to power people to make better decisions & change work-flow 
- Plenty of learning opportunities and career progression
- A collaborative, humble team that puts the people first 
- Have your ideas listened too and put into action 
- Awesome location near Flinders Street Station
- Newly fitted, open-plan offices 
- All the equipment you need + more 

Interview Process; 
 1) Introductory interview with Product Owner
 2) Technical Challenge
 3) Technical Interview - Pair Programming Exercise and technical discussion