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  • 10 Dec 2019 12:41 PM | Sue York (Administrator)
    • New Year
    • New Decade
    • New Role

    Diversity and inclusion are just two of the key cultural hallmarks of this high growth tech company as their ‘strength lies in their differences rather than their similarities’ (Stephen Covey).

    Their team culture is all about commitment. Commitment to excellence. Commitment to their roles. Commitment to their colleagues. Commitment to their customers. Commitment to innovation, improvement, contribution, engagement are what makes this team really hum! If you want to be a part of such a team then you need the same level of commitment and energy to be a part of something that is quite special.

    As this high growth tech co evolves it has an ongoing need for tech savvy, client focused support professionals to guide, coach and support clients navigate their way around this state-of-the-art cloud-based tech platform. This is not just another support role either…it’s complex! Your challenge each day, as a ‘gun’ problem solver, will be to dig deep, beyond the superficial, in-order to arrive at the right solution, not just any solution. You’re committed to the best possible customer outcome.

    To be successful you will need solid IT support experience with direct customer interface, preferably supporting a subscriber-based cloud platform. Communication skills are critical in order to build strong customer relationships of trust as you partner with their highly valued clients. Striving for excellence, contributing to improvement and innovation are also highly sort after qualities that this growing company values as they establish the business globally.

    The salary package is above the norm and comes with a performance-based bonus scheme that is reviewed on a 6-monthly basis. There are also exciting longer-term career opportunities for the right individuals including role development, relocation secondments etal as this high growth company evolves.

    If you think that you are made of the right stuff and are looking for a support role beyond the ordinary, then apply online or contact Susie Rogers on the below details without delay

    Apply Now!

    Call Susie on 03 9682 7044 or email susie@rusherrogers.com.au


  • 04 Dec 2019 5:58 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Position - Temporary Full time - 12 months

    The Producer, Learning and Regional Engagement will plan, deliver and evaluate compelling learning and engagement activities for World Science Festival Brisbane. World Science Festival Brisbane explores and celebrates the entanglement of science and art through a program of thought-provoking conversations, inspiring theatrical and cinematic experiences, major outdoor events and education activities. The successful applicant will have an understanding of the Australian Curriculum and demonstrated experience developing and delivering public events underpinned by strong learning outcomes in Brisbane and regional areas.

    The Producer, Learning and Regional Engagement will plan, deliver and evaluate compelling learning and engagement activities for World Science Festival Brisbane.

    World Science Festival Brisbane explores and celebrates the entanglement of science and art through a program of thought-provoking conversations, inspiring theatrical and cinematic experiences, major outdoor events and education activities.

    The successful applicant will have an understanding of the Australian Curriculum and demonstrated experience developing and delivering public events underpinned by strong learning outcomes in Brisbane and regional areas.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Producer, Learning and Regional Engagement will:

    1. Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to develop, deliver and evaluate a learning strategy for World Science Festival Brisbane 2019-21 that aligns with the Australian Curriculum, showcases the research and collection priorities of the Queensland Museum Network and harnesses technology to engage new audiences.

    2. Build, maintain and leverage cooperative and productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to coordinate the delivery of learning and engagement activities across the Queensland Museum Network to the highest standard in accordance with agreed timeframes and licence constraints.

    3. Collaborate with the Science Content Editor to ensure program content is relevant, engaging and entertaining for audiences.

    4. Liaise with participants to ensure their research and expertise is presented in a meaningful, respectful and responsible manner.

    5. Provide timely program content for marketing events within your control including sourcing imagery and audio visual content.

    6. Using templates, prepare letters of agreement, activity provider agreements, running orders and risk analyses for events and activities within your control and file in accordance with agreed procedure.

    7. Manage a small programming budget, escalate issues promptly and report against expenditure as required.

    8. Actively participate in working parties comprised of internal and external stakeholders.

    9. Other duties commensurate with skills, experience and requirements as directed by the World Science Festival Brisbane leadership team.

    10. Comply with Queensland Museum Network policies, procedures and appropriate legislation.

    The role description outlines specific requirements of the role.

    ROLE DESCRIPTION

    HOW TO APPLY

    To be considered for this role, please provide the following information to the selection panel for assessment of your suitability:

    Your current résumé, including contact details for two referees (one of whom should be your current supervisor) with a thorough knowledge of your work performance and conduct within the previous two years.

    A cover letter (maximum two pages) describing two professional activities you have been involved that demonstrate your suitability for this role by addressing the ‘Assessment Criteria' in the context of the ‘Key Responsibilities'. Shortlisting and selection will be based on this letter.

    Any questions please contact:  Cathy James  07 3842 9040

    Your application will remain current for 12 months and may be considered for recurring vacancies at an alternative location or alternative employment basis.

    ***APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO APPLY ONLINE – scroll down and click the ‘APPLY ONLINE' button***

    APPLY NOW!

    Applications close 9th December 2019

    Please note any documents attached to Smart Jobs should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Please do not upload zipped files.

    Further information

    Please ensure you download the role description and carefully follow instructions for submitting an application.



  • 04 Dec 2019 5:35 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    Position:  Temporary Part Time - 11months

    The STEM Engagement Officer will support the development and implementation of science-related community engagement initiatives delivered by the Queensland Museum Network, including through the Inspiring Australia science engagement strategy in Queensland.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Work collaboratively across the Queensland Museum Network to support and strength current STEM engagement programs, and assist in the delivery of these where appropriate.
    • Build and maintain effective networks with public and private sector organisations to facilitate a program of year-round and state-wide science initiatives that can be branded as Inspiring Australia projects, including National Science Week.
    • Provide ongoing strategic support and advice to the Queensland National Science Week Coordination Committee.
    • Provide and promote a website that encourages science communities to share information, events, experiences and stories about lifelong science learning.
    • Collaborate with the national network of Inspiring Australia State and Territory managers to facilitate an integrated approach to science communication and engagement across Australia.
    • Provide input into the delivery of comprehensive and accurate briefs, reports and correspondence relating to science communication and engagement initiatives, to inform and support the operations of the Inspiring Australia (Queensland) Reference Group.
    • Comply with Queensland Museum Network policies, procedures and appropriate legislation. Contribute to the safety culture of the Queensland Museum Network (QMN) by reporting all incidents and hazards and ensuring work is undertaken in the safest way possible, following all QMN WHS policies/procedures and guidelines relevant to the role.
    • Undertake all relevant responsibilities identified in the QMN WHS Accountabilities and Responsibilities Matrix.
    • Other duties commensurate with skills, experience and requirements as directed.

    The role description will outline any qualifications, licences and specific requirements of the role. If you are interested in this job we encourage you to read the attached role description and talk to the contact officer, Shelley Dunlop - 0416 307 326

    ROLE DESCRIPTION 

     Your application for this role will remain current for 12 months and may be considered for recurring vacancies which may be at an alternative location or alternative employment basis (full-time or part-time).

    ***APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO APPLY ONLINE – scroll down and click the ‘APPLY ONLINE' button***

    APPLY NOW! 

    Applications Close 12th December 2019

    Please note any documents attached to Smart Jobs should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.  Please do not upload zipped files.



  • 26 Nov 2019 10:22 AM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould

    The Data Engineer contributes to the development and improvement of data acquisition, usage and distribution through developing data pipelines, and applying data governance and data visualisation techniques, whilst working alongside various teams.

    In order to expand and capitalise on these data opportunities within ERM the Data Engineer will operationalise data pipelines and data products in scalable cloud environments.

    Responsibilities

    • Work as part of a team of data engineers, specialists and software engineers to streamline and automate the management & control of data for analytical processes;
    • Proactively develop and improve the data engineering capability;
    • Build the infrastructure required to support data pipelines across a wide variety of data sources using Python and AWS ‘big data’ technologies;
    • SQL knowledge preferred;
    • Work with stakeholders including the Executive, Product, Data and Design teams to assist with data-related technical issues and support their data infrastructure needs;
    • Develop a strong understanding of strategic business initiatives and apply your expertise in Data Engineering for translating new requirements into scalable and sustainable data solutions;
    • Provide subject matter expertise with data management technologies to constantly challenge and improve the solutions by adding new capabilities, enhancing performance or improving robustness and solution availability;
    • Own the designs and implementations of data pipelines, data catalogues, data models and data controls, and advise on good practices for operating at scale;
    • Responsible for operationally supporting data management tools and data solutions;
    • Ensure flawless execution and timely delivery of all work;
    • Assemble large, complex data sets that meet functional / non-functional business requirements;
    • Work with data scientists to strive for greater functionality in our data systems.

    We'd love to hear from you if:

    • You are a passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture, ideally with prior experience in a similar role along with the following:
    • Experiences in data architecture, data integration and data manipulation at scale.;
    • You are comfortable being responsible for continuous deployment, operation, and monitoring of your data solutions and their infrastructure;
    • Hands-on, proficient experience with programming in Python and; working with business intelligence and visualisation tools (e.g. Tableau, Power BI);
    • Strong technical proficiency in SQL, NoSQL and experience working with queues & event streams;
    • Strong experience with Windows, Linux, Unix environments and with a variety of database technologies;
    • Knowledge of complexities and challenges with ETL/ELT solutions and data flow processes;
    • Experience within the AWS Cloud environment with data services such as AWS S3, AWS EC2, AWS Kinesis, AWS Glue, AWS Athena and products such as Snowflake and Matillion;
    • Practical experience building data pipelines and implementing data controls for Business and IT operations and solutions that integrate with digital products and operate within a hybrid Cloud environment;
    • Ability to present and communicate complex technical issues to a variety of audiences including senior management;
    • Developed business acumen along with a curiosity of the bigger picture, and how your work contributes to it;
    • Degree in computer science or related discipline.

    What sets us apart from the rest?

    At ERM Power we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. ERM has strong employee engagement consistent with global high performing norms because people love to work here – and we're proud of that! The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes.

    • Fantastic Incentive Scheme, Income Protection Insurance, Purchase additional annual leave and more!
    • Ability to innovate in a company that not only encourages it but will facilitate it
    • A flexible, supportive and productive working environment.

    How to Apply

    Apply here.

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email hr@ermpower.com.au.

    For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/

    At ERM Power, we are an equal opportunity employer and recognise the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees.

     
  • 19 Nov 2019 10:44 AM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould
    About the Role
      
    We are looking for experienced Cloud Engineers to join our Brisbane & Melbourne teams at a key time in our transformation journey.  You will be responsible for taking our AWS transition to the next level, working with Agile product squads to build out best practice Serverless / Compute solutions as well as selecting / developing componentry to speed development and reduce risk.

    This role requires an individual who is not just a technical wizard but also capable of winning hearts and minds, creating solutions and helping squads to incrementally change their practices.  You will deliver tangible benefits with every change, enabling squads to work faster and better.  To do this you will have experience as a full stack developer with multiple languages, be able to operate in an Agile Dev Ops environment and have demonstrated experience with C#, JavaScript and Python (ideally) as well as with Lambda and Containerisation. 

    Permanent Full Time and Fixed Term Contract options are available.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities
      
    As a Cloud Engineer in a 7 person Enablement squad you will:
    • Champion the adoption of AWS Serverless & Containerisation solutions by engaging with product squads (preferably by pairing);
    • Champion best practice, defining, documenting and sharing in a collaborative manner;
    • Collaborate with squads to drive change, understanding that all of the value delivered is via the changes in squad behaviour and squad built solutions;
    • Identify appropriate implementation patterns, document and share with squads to ease uptake while delivering best practice solutions;
    • Develop solutions to minimise the time to implement for squads, automating tasks, collecting metrics and minimising cycle time / speeding up feedback loops;
    • Develop or select components that support architectural transformation (microservices, microlith, etc.) while incrementally removing dependency on legacy platforms (Dynamics CRM);
    • Deliver “just enough” design (including coaching others to improve their designs), plotting a path to maximise value delivered while continually improving solutions;
    • Develop high-quality DevOps friendly platform components that bake in scalability, fault tolerance and security;
    • Develop new capabilities within the business by providing solutions for Serverless, Containerisation and Environment Refresh;
    • Live by the mantra “you build it, you run it”; and
    • Work with the architecture function to ensure solutions are consistent with architectural patterns, standards and practices that are developed to support solution delivery.
    We'd love to hear from you if:
      
    You are a passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working with people to create positive change, with prior experience in both deeply technical roles and consulting or training roles; along with the following:
    • Demonstrated experience implementing AWS Serverless and Containerisation solutions as part of large scale system development;
    • Demonstrated experience acting as a change agent, peering with others to change their operating practices and to influence broad communities of technical experts, regardless of reporting lines;
    • Demonstrated experience with full stack development (7+ years) including mastery of c# and familiarisation with a variety of development languages and frameworks, preferably including JavaScript, python & html;
    • Demonstrated understanding of modern operational paradigms and how they can be leveraged;
    • Experience with Containerisation and Kubernetes;
    • Experience with AWS security and security best practice;
    • A skill for debugging systems without a full understanding of their operations, with a focus on resolving the root cause of the issue rather than the current symptom;
    • Honed Stakeholder management skills and the ability to adapt, manage and work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds;
    • Demonstrated success driving process and technical improvements through collaboration with teams by wining hearts and minds as well as illustrating that the recommend approach provides the best outcome;
    • Ability to work with complexity and ambiguity and resilience on striving for goals.
    About ERM Power
      
    At ERM Power, we thrive on great ideas.

    For 30 years, our entrepreneurial spirit has guided our growth, and powered our people’s success. Today, we are Australia’s largest dedicated supplier of business energy, and a leader in smarter energy solutions helping businesses reduce cost, consumption and emissions. We also operate two gas-fired peaking power stations in Queensland and Western Australia, supporting the industry’s transition to renewable energy sources.

    Our award-winning customer focus has earned us the number one ranking in customer satisfaction among energy retailers in Australia for eight years running.1 Our team engagement and enablement is acknowledged as world class, with 91% of our people saying they feel proud to work for ERM Power.2 By embracing confidence, team spirit, and contribution, we generate fresh thinking, creativity and nimble execution to give us the edge in an ever-changing market. Importantly, we’re small enough to care, but large enough to set the agenda. We ask ‘what’s next?’ for ourselves and for our industry, always on the lookout for opportunities for our customers, our business, and our people.

    1Utility Market Intelligence (UMI) survey of large customers of major electricity retailers by research company NTF Group 2011-2018
    2Korn Ferry Hay Group Employee Engagement and Enablement Survey, February 2019

    How to Apply
      

    Apply here.

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email hr@ermpower.com.au.   


    For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/
      
    At ERM Power, we are an equal opportunity employer and recognise the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees.


  • 19 Nov 2019 10:42 AM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould
    About the Role

    We are looking for someone to manage and work with software engineers in an Agile Scrum Squad within the Solution Delivery DevOps operating model to drive modern engineering practices to deliver innovative enterprise solutions for ERM Power.

    This role requires a technical leader with Agile and DevOps transformation experience to work with Dynamics 365 and on-prem CRM systems and architectural approaches to uplift ERM’s technical capability and remediate technical debt.
      
    This lead will build and influence the uplift and remediation through a combined hands-on and coaching style while enabling the squad to create, support and enhance products and areas of functionality it owns. The cradle to grave solution approach embraces our DevOps model and is delivered in alignment with our values and culture.

    To be successful in this role, you will, in close collaboration with Solution Architecture, IT Enablement and QA, lead your team of engineers to deliver industry leading, world class outcomes which are operationalised and productionised to provide capability to ERM Power to implement its strategic plans as well as flex to meet future business needs. This role will be able to introduce new ways of working through the adoption of best practices in Software Engineering, Test Automation, CI/CD, Site Reliability Engineering and new Application Architectures.

    Responsibilities

    As a MS Dynamics CRM Technical Lead (CRM), you will:
    • Work with the business stakeholders to provide recommendations for services available in the Dynamics 365 ecosystem;
    • Contribute to development of revenue growth and profitability plans and strategies for both existing and new clients;
    • Build relationships with a broad range of clients over time and assist other team members by introducing them to these contacts;
    • Provide Dynamics 365 (CRM) platform implementation experience;
    • Define, maintain and evolve solution specific architectural standards and guidelines;
    • Ensure that sustainable and value creating solutions are chosen to fulfil business needs;
    • Create robust, performance-optimized, efficient, scalable, reusable and value-creating architectures as well as functional and non-functional designs to fulfil solution requirements;
    • Lead and perform fit/gap analysis between solution requirements and existing functionalities;
    • Guide squad in best practices and procedures to build and implement Dynamics 365 solutions;
    • Work with squad engineers to ensure that designs and solutions work together and fulfil requirements;
    • Support the selection and adoption of key technology recommendations from architecture;
    • Support the establishment and maintenance of squad level solution architectures;
    • Support squad adoption of common frameworks, patterns and standards;
    • Support squad adoption of controls to protect data at rest and in transit;
    • Contribute to architecture decisions on technology selection and usage;
    • Participate in the architectural design of products;
    • Develop and extend frameworks and standards to guide engineering practices;
    • Evaluate stability, compatibility, sustainability, scalability, interoperability, security and performance of the software product;
    • Support IT Enablement goals for squads; and
    • Serve as a source of technical expertise and mentor software engineers.
    You will work with your team of Software Engineers to:
    • Introduce and maintain modern software engineering practices;
    • Mature robust solution design, architecture and code review practices to ensure frameworks and standards are followed;
    • Develop new skills through hands on coaching;
    • Mentor engineers to explore alternate approaches to solving problems through prototyping, PoC, Experiments and learn through Failing Fast;
    • Drive high-quality DevOps friendly software features, components, and modules which support key cross functional requirements such as scalability, fault tolerance and security;
    • Collaborate closely with test engineers to ensure all deliverables have an appropriate level of unit, integration and/or functional tests and thus can be measured against defined acceptance criteria;
    • Advance Continuous Integration and Build practices to improve the effectiveness of software engineering;
    • Accelerate Continuous Deployment, production ready principles;
    • Grow accountability for day-to-day operation of software features, components, services, or modules owned by the squad – we believe in “you build it, you run it”; and
    • Remove technical impediments and proactively pay down technical debt.  
    We'd love to hear from you if:

    You are a passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture, ideally with experience in a similar role along with the following:
    • Minimum 3 years of experience in a lead engineer role including line management responsibilities;
    • Ability to design Dynamics CRM solutions based on technical and functional requirements;
    • Deep knowledge of Dynamics CRM features and limitations;
    • Strong interpersonal skills including mentoring, coaching and collaboration;
    • Experience in DevOps transformation encompassing cultural transformation;
    • Experience applying agile development practices, including knowledge of Scrum, Extreme Programming and TDD practices as well as an ability to coach others in their use;
    • Experience automating deployment of solutions into Azure; and
    • Excellent engineering skills across a range of technologies with advanced skills in Dynamics 365. Additional skill areas include:
      • o C# development skills, knowledge of .NET Framework and understanding of .NET Core;
      • o JavaScript development skills;
      • o Azure knowledge and skills working within the Azure ecosystem;
      • o T-SQL development skills, with a deep knowledge of database design and data analysis skills. Particularly in relation to CRM;
      • o An understanding of NoSQL and OODB technologies; and
      • o AWS knowledge well regarded.
    • Demonstrate understanding of Cloud architecture patterns;
    • Experience with virtualisation and cloud solutions and how these can be applied to complex enterprise systems;
    • Experience applying integration technologies, including messaging middleware and modern API-driven approaches;
    • The ability to balance the long term (“big picture”) and short-term implications of individual decisions;
    • Strong stakeholder management skills;
    • A firm grasp on the latest technology trends;
    • Full Lifecycle IT Systems agile delivery experience in complex environments (7+ years);
    • Innovative and questioning nature to explore ideas and prototype solutions;
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
    • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with and influence broad communities of technical experts; and
    • Experience within the Energy industry vertical or related field preferred.
    What sets us apart from the rest?

    At ERM Power we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. ERM Power has strong employee engagement consistent with global high performing norms because people love to work here – and we're proud of that! The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes.
    • Fantastic Incentive Scheme, Income Protection Insurance, Purchase additional annual leave and more!
    • Ability to innovate in a company that not only encourages it but will facilitate it
    • A flexible, supportive and productive working environment.
    How to Apply

    Apply here.

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email hr@ermpower.com.au.   


    For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/
      
    At ERM Power, we are an equal opportunity employer and recognise the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees. 


  • 19 Nov 2019 10:37 AM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould
    About the Role

    We are looking for someone to coach, manage and lead a team of Test Automation Engineers and work closely with Software Engineers to build automated environments, CI/CD pipelines, create BDD tests and implement automated solutions that will bring improvements to the Solution Delivery Team.

    This role is hands-on working within Agile Squads within a DevOps operating model. We require a technical leader with Agile and DevOps transformation experience to work with a number of technologies and architectural approaches to uplift ERM’s automation capabilities including guiding and coaching squads to put in place quality measures to ensure appropriate test coverage.

    To be successful in this role, you will work in close collaboration work with Test Automation Engineers, Architecture, IT Enablement and Software Engineering. You will lead a team of Test Automation Engineers to deliver industry leading outcomes which will provide capability to ERM Power to implement its strategic plans as well as flex to meet future business needs. This role will introduce new ways of working through the adoption of best practices in Software Engineering, Test Automation, CI/CD, Site Reliability Engineering and new Application Architectures (specifically Microservice Architectures and Event Driven Application Architectures).
      
    Responsibilities

    As the Automation Lead, you will manage a team of Test Automation Engineers & work closely with Software Engineers to ensure the following accountabilities are meet:
    • Identifying opportunities to automate testing solutions for software processes;
    • Support squad adoption of common frameworks, patterns and standards;
    • Identify testing opportunities for stability, sustainability, scalability, interoperability, security and performance;
    • Engage closely with stakeholders to identify and deliver automation business process that add value;
    • Ensure automation and quality targets are meet;
    • Coach, guide and mentor Test Engineers in software engineering practices; and
    • Provide technical expertise to guide Software Engineers in writing automation tests.
    You will work with closely with your direct team of Automation Engineers to:
    • Introduce and maintain modern test automation engineering practices;
    • Problem solve and provide technical guidance to your team to overcome challenges;
    • Support engineering, architecture practices to ensure frameworks and standards are followed;
    • Transition to service-based architectures and cloud ready solutions;
    • Collaborate closely with quality assurance specialists to ensure all deliverables have an appropriate level of unit, integration and/or functional tests and thus can be measured against defined acceptance criteria; and
    • Advance continuous integration and build practices to improve the effectiveness of automation practices.
    We'd love to hear from you if:

    You are a passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture, ideally with prior experience in a similar role along with the following:
    • Line management experience;
    • A technical background with experience in development with a strong automation skillset and mindset;
    • Experience in DevOps practices/tools in areas such as continuous integration, environment automation, release automation, virtualisation, infa as a code, metrics tracking;
    • Experience with the adoption of Shift Left practices;
    • Identify and assist with building out end-to-end regression automation test solutions;
    • Engage closely with stakeholders to identify and deliver automation business process that add value;
    • Develop Test Harnesses that will assist business users during UAT phase;
    • Automation experience at unit, integration and systems level;
    • Strong scripting skills (Python/Bash/ Shell) to build environments;
    • Experience applying TDD and BDD practices, including the ability to coach others through pair programming; and
    • Engineering skills across a range of technologies with specific skill in:
      • o C# development skills, knowledge of .NET Framework and understanding of .NET Core;
      • o JavaScript development skills, with experience in Angular, Ember, React or similar;
      • o Python development experience, preferably in conjunction with AWS services; 
      • o T-SQL development skills;
    • Experience with Microservices (AWS) and event-driven platforms within distributed systems;
    • Experience working with AWS Cloud environment:
      • o AWS certified (minimum Solution Architect - Associate) or be progressing towards certification;
      • o Demonstrated experience with production workloads in AWS;
      • o Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, or other containerisation platforms;
      • o Experience with EC2, Serverless, Cloudwatch, Lambda, SNS, SQS and RDS;
    • Apply API-driven development best practices;
    • Close collaboration by sharing ideas and identifying reuse of codebases/scripts between squads;
    • Contribute to automation strategies and roadmaps;
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
    • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with and influence broad communities of technical experts;
    • Strong interpersonal skills including mentoring, coaching and collaboration;
    • Engage with all members of Solution Deliver team by providing uplifting, positive communication through leading by example to support our cultural and DevOps transformation; and
    • Experience within the Energy industry vertical or related field preferred.
    What sets us apart from the rest?

    At ERM Power we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. ERM has strong employee engagement consistent with global high performing norms because people love to work here – and we're proud of that! The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes.
    • Fantastic Incentive Scheme, Income Protection Insurance, Purchase additional annual leave and more!
    • Ability to innovate in a company that not only encourages it but will facilitate it
    • A flexible, supportive and productive working environment.
    How to Apply

    Apply here.

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email hr@ermpower.com.au.   


    For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/
      
    At ERM Power, we are an equal opportunity employer and recognise the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees.


  • 19 Nov 2019 10:30 AM | Adam - ERM Power Sturge-Gould
    About the Role
    We are looking for someone to create, support and enhance functionality. You’ll be writing code to support minor and medium application changes, and to troubleshoot software programs and applications; as well as scripting automated test cases to support functional requirements including deploying, executing and maintaining tests in a continuous integration (CI) environment.

    Working as part of an Agile squad alongside Software Engineers and Business Analysts within a DevOps operating model, you’ll need to be proficient with a number of technologies and architectural approaches. 

    You will be able to introduce new ways of working through the adoption of best practices in Software Engineering, Test Automation, CI/CD, Site Reliability Engineering and new Application Architectures (specifically Microservice Architectures and Event Driven Application Architectures).

    Collaborating with Test Automation Engineers, Architecture, IT Enablement and Software Engineering, you’ll deliver industry leading outcomes which are operationalised and productionised to provide capability to ERM Power to implement its strategic plans as well as flex to meet future business needs.
      
    Responsibilities

    As the Test Automation Engineer, you will work closely with Software Engineers and BA’s in your squad to ensure the following accountabilities are meet:
    • Identifying opportunities to automate testing solutions for software processes;
    • Support minor and medium application changes, including the ability to troubleshoot software programs;
    • Develop and execute test plans and test cases with a strong emphasis on using code to solve technical challenges and shorten the test cycle through automation;
    • Provide high-quality test automation solutions for functional, regression and performance testing;
    • Identify testing opportunities for stability, sustainability, scalability, interoperability and security;
    • Ensure automation and quality targets are meet;
    • Assisting end users to understand system behaviour and system functionality;
    • Provide technical expertise to guide Software Engineers in writing automation tests.
    You will work closely within your squad to:
    • Plan, design, build, test, and deliver features that will add value to our business stakeholders;
    • Engage and collaborate with our customers to support our existing software solutions;  
    • Support engineering, architecture practices to ensure frameworks and standards are followed;
    • Transition to service-based architectures and cloud ready solutions;
    • Advance continuous integration and build practices to improve the effectiveness of automation practices;
    • Support our cultural and DevOps transformation.
      
    We'd love to hear from you if:

    You are a passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture, ideally with prior experience in a similar role along with the following:
    • Implementation of DevOps practices/tools in areas such as continuous integration, environment automation, release automation, virtualisation, infa as a code, metrics tracking;
    • Previous experience in development with a strong automation skillset and mindset;
    • The ability to test components in isolation, using mocking, stubbing and service virtualisation;
    • Non-functional testing experience including performance, security and accessibility;
    • Experience with environment refreshes, automated deployments and Blue/Green, Canary releases;
    • Proven ability to translate functional requirements into test cases;
    • Experience with software testing both manual and automated test techniques with a strong focus on quality;
    • Software test automation experience at unit, integration and systems level;
    • Ability to write scripts (Python/Bash/ Shell);
    • Experience applying TDD and BDD practices, including the ability to coach others in their use;
    • Experience with CI/CD practices, such as Octopus, TFS, GIT, Visual Studio;
    • Engineering skills across a range of technologies with specific skill in:
      • o C# development skills, knowledge of .NET Framework and understanding of .NET Core;
      • o JavaScript development skills, with experience in Angular, Ember, React or similar;
      • o Python development experience, preferably in conjunction with AWS services;
      • o T-SQL development skills;
    • Experience with Microservices (AWS) and event-driven platforms within distributed systems;
    • Experience working with AWS Cloud environment:
      • o AWS certified (minimum Solution Architect - Associate) or be progressing towards certification;
      • o Demonstrated experience with production workloads in AWS;
      • o Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, or other containerisation platforms;
      • o Experience with EC2, Serverless, Cloudwatch, Lambda, SNS, SQS and RDS;
    • Apply API-driven development best practices;
    • Strong interpersonal skills including influencing, mentoring, coaching and collaboration;
    • Experience within the Energy industry or related field preferred.
      
    What sets us apart from the rest?
    At ERM Power we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. ERM has strong employee engagement consistent with global high performing norms because people love to work here – and we're proud of that! The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes.
    • Fantastic Incentive Scheme, Income Protection Insurance, Purchase additional annual leave and more!
    • Ability to innovate in a company that not only encourages it but will facilitate it
    • A flexible, supportive and productive working environment

    How to Apply

    Apply here

    To request a copy of the Position Description, please email hr@ermpower.com.au.   


    For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/
      
    At ERM Power, we are an equal opportunity employer and recognise the value in having a diverse workforce. We strive to create an inclusive environment for all employees. 


  • 12 Nov 2019 12:53 PM | Griffith University

    About Griffith University
    At Griffith University we believe in, strive for and celebrate the remarkable.

    We are known for our high impact research, outstanding student experience, our commitment to social justice and our welcoming environment. We rank in the top 2% of universities worldwide and we’re proud of our remarkable achievements, of our people and their passion for making a positive difference. Together we contribute to the development of knowledge and learning in an attractive environment which values excellence, equity, diversity, and innovation.

    The Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems (IIIS) was established in 2003 to enhance Griffith's ICT research environment that can stimulate world class research. In the latest 2012, 2015, 2018 ERA ratings, its Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing research group at Griffith University (FOR code 0801) was continuously rated 4 (above world standard) - the only group that consecutively achieved 4 or above in the state of Queensland.

    The ARC Research Hub for driving farming productivity and disease prevention is an Australian research centre of excellence for industrial transformation funded by Federal Government and industry. The ARC Research Hub combines world leading capabilities in machine vision, machine learning, software quality control, engineering, biology, and farming industries to invent and adopt technologies to enable higher farming efficiency, lower production costs and disease risks

    The opportunity
    We are currently looking for a Research Fellow to work on the research projects funded by the Australian Research Council in collaboration with various industry partners. You will work with renowned and eminent researchers in developing innovative machine learning, computer vision, and pattern recognition techniques and applying machine learning tools and packages to resolve machine intelligence problems. The primary focus of this role is conducting theoretical and fundamental research to advance knowledge base and developing novel algorithms for real-world applications.

    This is a fixed term (3 year appointment with the possibility of extending based on performance), full time position based at the Nathan campus.  Griffith is a multi-campus university and therefore it is understood that this position will work across campuses as required.

    The successful applicant will also be required to travel to and work at other participating universities of the Hub including travel to and work jointly with Professor Dacheng Tao at the University of Sydney, Professor Anton van den Hengel and Professor Chunhua Shen at the University of Adelaide, Professor Mohammed Bennamoun and Professor Ajmal Mian at the University of West Australia, as well as to visit industry locations around Australia.

    About you To be successful in this role, you will have a PhD in computer science, engineering, applied mathematics, or equivalent qualifications in a relevant field. You will have a strong desire to build a career in machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, and computer vision with the demonstrated ability to undertake research projects, including publishing in top tier journals and conferences such as IEEE TPAMI, IEEE TIP, PR, CVPR, ICCV, IJCAI, AAAI. The Institute seeks an enthusiastic individual who is committed to becoming an integral part of the research team.

    Salary range Research Fellow Grade 1: $73,791 - $86,579 per annum. Salary package including 17% superannuation contribution: $86,336 - $101,299 per annum

    Research Fellow Grade 2: $94,361 - $112,057 per annum.  Salary package including 17% superannuation contribution: $110,403 - $131,108 per annum.

    Level of appointment offered will be dependant on qualifications and experience.

    How to apply To view the application requirements and position description for this role, please click on the following link: Apply Now

    What we offer Working for one of the most influential universities in Australia and the Asia–Pacific region, you will join a University that spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world.

    At Griffith, we’ve worked hard to create a culture that will challenge you to be curious, creative and courageous. We also support the professional and personal development of all our employees and invest in the skills of our people.

    Griffith University values diversity, inclusion and flexibility and we encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and people of all backgrounds to apply. Griffith's strategic goals are to also increase the proportion of women in senior academic and administrative roles and in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM).

    Further information For further information about this role, please contact Professor Yongsheng Gao, Director, Institute of Integrated and Intelligent Systems and ARC Research Hub for Driving Farming Productivity and Disease Prevention on +61 (0) 7 3735 3652

    For application queries, please contact Therese Roe, HR Officer on +61 (0) 7 3735 7359 or at t.roe@griffith.edu.au

    Closing date: Tuesday 10 December at 5 pm AEST. All applications must be submitted online.

    Female applicants are particularly encouraged to apply and while this position is advertised as full time, a fractional appointment with flexible working can be negotiated. 

                 

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