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  • 31 Mar 2020 11:20 AM | Kymberley Weir

    The Red Hat Customer Experience and Engagement (CEE) team is growing and we are looking Technical Support Engineers with excellent technical and customer service skills to join us in Brisbane, Australia.

    As a Technical Support Engineer, you will work as part of a team dedicated to resolving the issues of our enterprise customers quickly and effectively both online and over the phone. You'll collaborate with our customers, who are often engineers themselves, performing investigation and troubleshooting to resolve difficult issues quickly and effectively.

    Some of the primary responsibilities are:

    • Investigate and troubleshoot technical issues and provide solutions to problems to customers
    • Exceed customer expectations by providing outstanding customer service
    • Create and carry out testing strategies to reproduce a wide variety of customer environments regarding issues and bugs
    • Collaborate with other engineers and developers to develop creative solutions for our customers, including fixes
    We would love to speak to people with:
    • 3+ years of experience working as support or development engineer managing and maintaining Linux systems; experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a plus
    • Ability to set up replication scenarios for customer issues and the ability to identify patterns and understand the broader context
    • Advanced troubleshooting and debugging skills, with a passion for problem solving and investigation
    • Scripting or coding experience
    • Experience with cloud technologies like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Compute Engine (GCE), EC2, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Hyper-V, and VMware ESXi

    If you would like to speak further about these opportunities, please email  your CV to kweir@redhat.com.

    Red Hat is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. We review applications for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, veteran status, genetic information, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by law.

  • 30 Mar 2020 9:41 AM | Lisa Cawthorne (Administrator)

    Datacom works closely with a large number of commercial organisations and government agencies, which provide crucial services. The Covid-19 outbreak has meant that some of these organisations require more support. 

    Our contact centres provide essential services to the Australian public on behalf of our Australian Federal Government clients. In a rapidly evolving situation, our teams will provide guidance, reassurance and compassion to those who need it most. Every interaction is unique, and problem-solving, listening and customer service skills will help to provide the support needed to meet the customers’ requirements. 

    Across North Ryde, Adelaide, Canberra and Brisbane, we’re looking to hire: 

    If this sounds like you, and you would like to help the national effort to support those most vulnerable during the Covid-19 outbreak, simply click below.


  • 24 Mar 2020 1:01 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Raisely helps charities raise more money online. So far we’ve raised over $50 million dollars for causes which benefit the wellbeing of people and planet.

    We’re on a mission to raise $1 billion by 2025. We’ll do that by backing ambitious campaigns for world-changing causes. We’ll help them get set up, design their campaign, build features and implement our platform in new and innovative ways. That’s where you come in.

    We’re looking for a Customer Success Engineer to join our growing, worldwide team.

    You'll guide our customers through our platform, using your technical savvy to help campaigns on Raisely succeed.

    That means everything from brainstorming how the platform can be best used for a campaign, to mapping out possible API integrations and coding out specialised customisations and API integrations.

    You will work through our customer support channels, run demos, work closely with our product engineers, write documentation for our support hub and build personal relationships with each organisation using our product.

    This is a full-time, remote role

    On a day-to-day basis you will:

    • Provide technical support, debugging issues, making HTML/CSS edits and handling complex or custom uses of our products.
    • Advise customers on how Raisely meets their technical requirements, from data handling to integrations.
    • Working with our product engineers to make Raisely easier to use, and build on
    • Communicate with customers over email, phone screencasts and video calls
    • Welcome and train new customers, partnering with them to create successful fundraising campaigns and use their data well.
    • Be a vocal advocate for our customers, bringing their feedback right into our product direction.
    • Strategise and make data-driven decisions to make our products better, and our customers love them more – from our onboarding through to ongoing check-ins.
    • Own our support content, making it the go-to resource for our customers
    • Improve anything. Your job description doesn’t end with these bullet points.

    About you:

    You’re a go-getter, you thrive on finding problems and can’t rest until you solve them. You welcome an environment where you can learn and work independently.

    You’re deeply technical. You throw away the manual and figure things out for yourself. You’re all over HTML/CSS and Javascript is your magic power.

    You’re resourceful. You find shortcuts, don’t mind a bit of duct-tape, and get excited by making things simpler than they were before.

    You’re a superb communicator – written and verbal. You’re fluent in English.

    You are eager to help others, and have no problem breaking down internet things to non-technical folk.

    You’re patient and resilient, motivated by helping people and comfortable dealing with new and challenging situations.

    You’re not comfortable with the status quo. You’re not in this for a quick dollar, you think the world needs to be better and that technology will get us there.

    About us:

    We’re a technology social enterprise. Our mission is to increase online fundraising for charities, adding fuel to the fire for a more just, equal, and sustainable world.

    We’re a team of nine engineers/designers/marketers across seven cities and four countries.

    We’re not your typical start-up. Our social impact comes first, it’s central to everything we build and every decision we make. We’re proudly self-funded, and we give all staff ownership of our company.

    We want to be diverse and encourage anyone regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality, ethnicity, age or disability to apply.

    • To do this role well we do need the following:
    • Ability to work at least 4 hours a day within Australian east-coast business hours.
    • A sound understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to help customise people’s website. Juniors are welcome.
    • Fluent written and spoken English
    • Appropriate permission to work where you live (we can’t sponsor work visas)

    Perks and benefits:

    We hope you’re excited by our unique blend of skills, our team and what we’re trying to achieve. But, to sweeten the deal, we offer these great benefits:

    Salary – We try to pay above-average salaries, adjusted for where you live and your experience. This role pays AU$77,000 a year (including super for Australian employees)

    Ownership – We’re focused on building Raisely as a team, so we’ll offer you the chance to be a part-owner of the company with our Employee Share Scheme

    Technology – We’ll get you an Apple laptop and screen when you start up.

    Retreats – Every 6-ish months we fly you somewhere pretty for our team retreats. Our next one is in Queenstown!

    Time off – Everyone gets 4 weeks paid leave plus 11 days of public holidays, to be taken when you like. Plus, you get generous sick and compassionate leave.

    Work remotely – We’re a remote-first company, live and work wherever you’re happiest. We’ll cover a coworking space if you’d like to work there.

    Flexibility – Set your own hours and days and adjust as you need.

    Training – We’ll support you with time when you want to learn new skills or pay for conference or course tickets.

    How to apply:

    You’ve got this far! We really want to hear from you. Our application process consists of an interview and assessment task, but to kick off please email jobs@raisely.com with answers to the following questions:

    Why would you be a good fit for the Customer Success Engineer role?

    Why do you want to work here over somewhere else?

    Look at this list of tasks and tell us which two you are excited by, which two you want to learn and the two you don’t want to do.

    Tell us about a platform you believe has solved a complex problem really well, and why. Would you change anything in their approach?

    Turn these answers into an example web page which shows us your skills and creativity. Don’t spend more than an hour or two, and we love libraries/shortcuts. Send us a link, or the files as an attachment (no RAR/Drive/Dropbox shares)

    If you’re feeling clever, Raisely developer docs are at https://developers.raisely.com and applicants are welcome to create an account with Raisely.


  • 16 Mar 2020 3:00 PM | Sandy Hunter

    Join a global of technology experts and engineers in this exciting new field where data science meets Human Resources. 

    This role is for a person who has an interest in people and what drives them.

    The insights from this team have a direct impact on strategic people-related decisions from recruitment processes and retention strategies to employee well being and engagement.

    To find out more and apply go to  http://adtrk.tw/tp/rj6.HYkH-y_K

  • 13 Mar 2020 3:46 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Excellent executive leadership opportunity

    • Own and drive our technology vision
    • Critical services organisation
    • Community focused

    The opportunity

    At Icon Water, we recognise that investment in Information Technology is intrinsic to the way we communicate and interact with our customers, deliver our services, make decisions and drive efficiency across our business. This is an exciting period in Icon Water’s history which affords a unique chance to drive and innovate how the business will operate into the future across business and operational platforms.

    Reporting to the Managing Director, the Chief Technology Officer will lead the Digital Technology Group, providing guidance to the executive leadership in Digital transformation.

    As a proactive Executive team member, you will build, promote and implement our informational and operational technology strategy to strengthen our short and long term strategic objectives and business requirements.

    Your leadership skills will allow you to thrive in a constantly evolving environment to manage a diverse team of insourced and outsourced resources. This role will require you to oversee the scoping, planning and delivery of our IT and OT portfolio, including the assessment of new technologies. You will need to collaborate with our leaders across the business to foster an innovative culture, drive continuous improvements to ensure we deliver our services to the community in an efficient, effective and reliable manner.

    About us

    Icon Water is responsible for owning and operating all of Canberra’s water and wastewater infrastructure and assets. Not only do we provide high quality drinking water to the region, but we strive to educate the community on caring for our resources. As an organisation we are people focused and recognise that our people are our greatest asset.

    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, which values diversity and inclusion. We support applicants from all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and all ages. Icon Water has a solid focus on gender balance within the organisation and encourage women to apply.

    What you will need to have to be successful:

    • Directly relevant experience at an Executive level in either a CIO or CTO position
    • Ability to articulate technology benefits in business terminology and values
    • Experience in driving innovation and business value through technology
    • Demonstrated experience in leading a Digital transformation programme
    • Experience in managing a mixture of insource and outsourced arrangements
    • Extensive experience in negotiating and building relationships with internal and external partners, in a large multi-disciplinary environment
    • Strong experience in managing large and complex programs of work to deliver improvement initiatives
    • Engagement and motivation skills to empower your group, especially in adjusting to change
    • Tertiary qualifications in information technology, engineering, computer science or equivalent. Post graduate qualifications are desirable, but not essential.

    How can I apply?

    To apply, log on to our recruitment portal and submit your resume and a maximum 700-word two-page pitch outlining the key skills and experiences that you can bring to this role.

    The Careers page on our website will show you our great employee benefits, along with hearing from team members about our flexible working arrangements.

    For enquiries about the application process, please contact Laura Manca on (02) 6248 3548 or email work@iconwater.com.au.


    Applications will close 29 March 2020.

    What is Canberra like?

    Recently rated Australia’s most liveable city, Canberra provides a lifestyle that is not for everyone. It does offer easy access to the outdoors for some serenity or high adventure, quiet residential areas, easy commute to work and a fantastic foodie scene.

    Many Canberrans relish our four seasons and the choice of a two-hour trip to either the snow or surf. Canberra has a highly educated workforce and innovative business culture, offering a range of unique career opportunities – like this one.

  • 12 Mar 2020 6:50 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Super Rewards is a FinTech focused on superannuation. We provide an online shopping platform where members shop and earn cash rewards. These cash rewards are paid into the members super fund.

    By regularly shopping through the platform, members can increase their superannuation balance over time via contributions from retailers, rather than their own savings. Our goal is to achieve a more comfortable retirement for all Australians, particularly women, who retire with 40% less super than men.

    We launched in October 2019 and have already paid thousands of dollars into Australian’s super. We are growing very quickly and are looking for a mid-level developer to join our tech team.

    Position Type

    Part-Time: Initially part-time (15-20 hours per week) with high likelihood of moving to full-time after 3 months.

    Location - Sydney

    Technical Skills Required


    REST API Required

    Web Development – Required

    DNS Nice to have

    GIT Required

    Linux / MacOS Required

    Application Technologies

    Mongodb Nice to have

    nodejs / javascript Required

    meteor / reactjs Required

    docker/docker-compose Nice to have


    terraform Nice to have

    aws Nice to have

    circleci Nice to have

    Personal Skills Required

    • Alignment with our mission of gender equality within superannuation
    • A self-starter that can take ownership of a project
    • Comfortable operating in a fast-paced and uncertain environment
    • Strong communication skills
    • Ability to simplify complex technical concepts


    Please send your CV and cover letter to admin@super-rewards.com

    Applications close 3rd April 2020

  • 12 Mar 2020 6:12 PM | Yvonne Lo

    We are looking for a Principal Advisor Mechanical Engineer: Fixed Plant who will be responsible for providing functional fixed plant mechanical engineering support to all projects within the Rio Tinto Projects portfolio.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://bit.ly/33azkmo 

  • 09 Mar 2020 6:03 PM | Yvonne Lo

    We are looking for a Manager - Portfolio  Delivery IS&T who will be accountable for the delivery of a portfolio of application and technology projects on behalf of IS&T customers.

    This is an exciting time to join us and be part of the transformation journey as we set up a new PMO team!

    For more information and to apply, visit https://bit.ly/39zUCwh

  • 09 Mar 2020 5:19 PM | Yvonne Lo

    We are looking for a Principal Advisor Electrical Engineering who will be responsible for providing functional electrical and instrumentation engineering support to all projects within the Rio Tinto Projects portfolio.

    For more information and to apply, go to https://bit.ly/2W3ejbA 

  • 09 Mar 2020 2:14 PM | Kymberley Weir

    The Red Hat Consulting team is looking for a Consultant to join us in Canberra, Australia. In this role, you will help explain the benefits of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and associated management, virtualization, and cloud solutions to our customers. You'll gain understanding of our customers' infrastructures and business needs.

    As a Consultant, you will work closely with customers on various specific initiatives including architecture, deployment, troubleshooting, and performance tuning of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and associated cloud and management solutions, including Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, Red Hat Container Platform and Red Hat CloudForms. You'll need to have excellent technical abilities and solid communication and customer-facing skills.

    Primary job responsibilities

    • Routinely assess, design, and implement Red Hat's core offerings, including Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Virtualization, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), and Red Hat OpenStack Platform
    • Serve as a subject matter expert on-site, addressing the technical, developmental, or strategic IT needs
    • Manage problem identification, system architecture definition, software specification and design, testing, and deployment of complex open source solutions
    • Adapt to changing customer requirements
    • Respond to incidents, escalations, and exceptions in a professional manner
    • Deliver quality results both on-site and post-engagement that are on time and within the scope of the assigned project, including project journals, status reports, and other standard documentation
    • Participate in sales and proposal presentations as needed in addition to completing ongoing team account activities

    Required skills

    • 2+ years of experience working with Linux and open source systems in a business environment
    • 2+ years of scripting or programming experience
    • Knowledge of system management, including installation, custom channels, deploying virtualized systems, basic client-based security, repositories, and creating core builds
    • Experience with creation and maintenance of basic RPMs and development and deployment of a core profile
    • Automation experience using basic Linux programming in languages like C, Python, Ruby, Perl, or shell; excellent shell scripting abilities in Bash, ksh, csh, Perl, etc.
    • Experience with management and deployment of physical and virtual Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) systems
    • Experience creating high availability clusters, understanding key issues when implementing cluster solutions for customers, and creating and managing file systems
    • Knowledge of a variety of virtualization and cloud technologies, of setting up virtual environments using host and guest, and of migrating from physical to virtual environments
    • Understanding of basic LDAP concepts and Identity Management including connectivity to Active Directory, or other widely used authentication applications and security certificates
    • Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification; starting Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCA) certification course when hired
    • Top Secret Positive Vetting security clearance (TSPV)

    At Red Hat, we connect an innovative community of customers, partners, and contributors to deliver an open source stack of trusted, high-performing solutions. We offer cloud, Linux, middleware, storage, and virtualization technologies, together with award-winning global customer support, consulting, and implementation services. Red Hat is a rapidly growing company supporting more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies.

    To apply for this role, please send your CV to ojenkins@redhat.com

    Red Hat is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. We review applications for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, uniformed services, genetic information, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by law.

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