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  • 24 Jan 2022 5:06 PM | Sue York (Administrator)

    • Salary: Up to $140k + super
    • Permanently remote, optional Brisbane offices
    • We value calm, pragmatism and humanity
    • Lots of opportunity for growth
    About the company

    We make Lookout — a care management platform that powers aged care and NDIS service providers to get exceptional outcomes for their clients, families, and support workers.

    We did this originally at our sibling company, Five Good Friends, and today our mission is to transform every service provider into a world-class operator. We’ve powered 1 000 000+ hours of support and we’re monitoring 20,000+ home visits per month.

    About the role

    You’ll be working as a full-stack Ruby on Rails engineer on our platform known as Lookout. Lookout is a Ruby on Rails app. We structure our work around projects and you’ll focus on one project at a time.

    You’ll partner with another engineer and a designer to take a project from pitch through to production. The work is a blend of programming and collaboration on business problems giving you the control to balance delivery and trade-offs. The role is fully remote with the option to go in to our Brisbane offices.

    For more details and how to apply go to our Notion page by clicking here

    Closing date is: 28th February 2022

  • 24 Jan 2022 7:46 AM | Jennifer Gallagher
    • Contract Vacancy for approximately 18 months
    • Location -Flexibility to work remote or in ABC offices (in major cities Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne)

    The ABC strives for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people with disability and LGBTIQ+ individuals. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.

    For more information on inclusive employee networks within the ABC please refer to ABC LinkedIn and Life Page

    About the Role

    We are looking for Fullstack engineers who focus on writing high quality, reliable code in a collaborative and supportive environment.

    You will be part of a growing team building and improving personalisation experiences for ABC audiences. The code you write will be part of an identity platform across all ABC products including ABC iview and ABC News which are used by millions of Australians every day.

    Our work is underpinned by the value we place on best practices, experiments, and knowledge sharing. We are committed to career development and invest in our people to be leaders in their fields. Everyone gets a designated budget for training and development. We believe in flexible approaches to working and building self-organising and collaborative teams that offer a friendly and supportive environment where all team members can strive and grow.

    This is a pivotal role to help shape and influence how audiences will engage with the ABC in the future.

    You will be required to:

    • Develop reliable, frontend applications and API’s used across desktop, mobile and potentially other device groups.  
    • Contribute to the analysis, design and development of common tooling across multiple ABC products.
    • Advocate best practice for developing reliable and maintainable applications.
    • Be collaborative by nature – and enjoy working with people from different disciplines.
    • Ensure a focus on user needs during the development process.

    About You

    You will have extensive experience in the following:

    • Demonstrated experience developing, secure and high-performance user interfaces. 
    • Using modern frameworks and build tools, implementing automated/unit testing, and version control branching, merging and versioning strategies
    • Experience developing web applications with React
    • Strong experience developing API’s with NodeJS
    • Strong demonstrated knowledge of ensuring quality when building applications with a focus on reliability, testability and maintainability

    Highly Desirable skills/ learning opportunities:

    • Experience with AWS, particularly AWS Lambda
    • Strong understanding of how to apply functional programming techniques in JavaScript

     For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description: Download File 50058758 FULLSTACK JAVASCRIPT ENGINEER .pdf

    For further information on this position please contact Nisha Amanulla, Engineering Manager via email amanulla.nisha@abc.net.au

    We are unable to accept email applications, please ensure that you submit your application via the online portal.

    We respectfully request that Recruitment Agencies do not submit applications for this position.

    For more information on working at the ABC and to apply, please visit abc.net.au/careers

    Applications Close: 11:55 pm, Monday 31 January 2022.

     The ABC has a vaccination policy that requires employees to meet vaccination requirements for those working in some high-risk environments or circumstances. Some roles will require adherence to this policy as an inherent requirement of performing the role.


  • 21 Jan 2022 4:30 PM | Justine Murphy
    • HRD's Employer of Choice since 2016
    • Accredited Family Friendly Workplace
    • Competitive Remuneration & Extensive Benefits

    Data#3 Queensland is seeking an inspiring and results-driven sales leader who has a passion for building a strong people culture that breeds success.

    This is a unique opportunity to build upon Data#3’s outstanding success and long-standing reputation in the public sector space. Data#3’s reputation has been built on a history of providing technology solutions to the Queensland Government.

    You will lead, coach, and develop an engaged and high-performing diverse sales team as well as a large sales support and contracts management team.

    THE ROLE:

    The primary purpose of this role is to achieve our strategic and business objectives, in line with our sales strategy. You will ensure we align best-of-breed infrastructure and services solutions to customers’ business objectives, to drive customer success and achieve sales team targets.

    Key areas of focus for the role are across strategic sales performance as well as managing a high-volume business through a capable team.

    There is a strong focus on panel agreements and forging and continuing long term relationships with key customers and vendor partners.

    Core responsibilities include:

    • Providing inspirational sales leadership
    • Coaching and mentoring your team to ensure continuous skills development
    • Achieving team targets through strategy implementation, new business, and increased offerings in existing business
    • Maximising customer satisfaction through the development of trust and credibility
    • Continuing strong vendor partnerships and developing ongoing joint business plans
    • Positioning Data#3 strategically in the marketplace, maximising all business opportunities.

    WHY WE WANT YOU:

    You are vibrant energetic respected leader with exceptional communication skills, business acumen, and people skills. You lead sales teams to outperform sales goals, develop new business, and strengthen relationships with partners and stakeholders. You bring expert presentation, negotiation, and communication skills with exceptional abilities in strategy planning, coaching, mentoring and goal setting. Importantly you have a track record of fostering a high-performing and people first culture which has led to outstanding results.

    Further to this, you will have:

    • 5+ years’ experience in complex solution sales to large government customers coming from a vendor, integrator, or a related rich tech sales background (data centre & storage is highly desirable)
    • 7+ years’ experience managing and coaching teams through the full sales cycle (prospecting, developing, negotiating, and closing the sale)
    • Professionalism, a sense of urgency, dedication to continuous improvement, and wider organisational awareness.
    • Skills in identifying, canvassing, and onboarding to large government panel arrangements.

    WHY APPLY?

    In this role, you’ll have the opportunity to run this business with financial management across a number of P&Ls, team leadership, and outcome responsibility. You’ll be surrounded by an extremely knowledgeable and talented team of people, supported by a comprehensive set of services offerings. You’ll be rewarded for your team's success by enjoying a highly competitive reward structure. All this, whilst being given unrivaled personal career growth and development opportunity.

    Our other benefits include:

    • Community Service Leave
    • Flexible Working
    • Income Protection

    For our extensive list of benefits, head to our Careers page: https://www.data3.com/careers/

    Who is Data#3?

    Data#3 is a $1.96 billion, award-winning business technology solutions company. We are a Top 200 ASX organisation, with over 1,200 employees in 12 locations across Australia. We are dedicated to delivering solutions that solve customer’s challenges and harness the power of technology for a better future.

    Our Culture

    Named Queensland Women in Technology (WiT) 2020 Corporate Employer of Choice and voted HRD’s Employer of Choice for the last 6 years, our award-winning culture is built on five core values; Honesty, Excellence, Agility, Respect, and Teamwork (HEART).

    We hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where our differences are valued and celebrated, where people are supported and inspired to do and the be their best, and where everyone experiences a sense of belonging.

    Please note that Data#3 will request as part of the recruitment process, reference checks and verification of your right to work in Australia. You may also be required to undertake background checks and police checks for security clearance pertaining to specific job requirements.

    Interested? Please contact Justine Murphy - Talent Acquisition Specialist at Data#3 at:  justine_murphy@data3.com.au or phone Justine for a confidential discussion on 0410 301 611.  


  • 20 Jan 2022 4:18 PM | Adam Sturge-Gould Shell Energy
    This is a fantastic opportunity for a Helpdesk Officer for a 12-month, fixed term opportunity for someone looking for a part time role where you can work certain days of the week or set hours each day.
      
    Main Responsibilities Include:
    • Act as the first point of contact for internal customers logging service requests and inquiries.
    • Respond to customer requests from the following channels: phone call, service desk portal, email, walk-up, and internal chat. Focus on providing responsive, customer-focused support.
    • Provide support to end users on a variety of technical services and issues (software installation, laptop provisioning, network configuration, security permissions)
    • Practice strong troubleshooting skills. Ability to identify, research, and test solutions for technical requests and incidents.
    • Familiarity with commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures of a helpdesk.
    About you:
    • Enterprise backup administration;
    • VMware and AWS WorkSpace familiarity advantageous;
    • Familiarity utilising Active Directory, DNS, DHCP;
    • Experience with deploying Standard Operating Environments;
    • Conceptual and applied understanding of LAN and Wireless networking concepts;
    • Understanding of network infrastructure components their purpose: switches, routers, firewalls, and wireless access points;
    • IT industry / Helpdesk Support experience advantageous;
    • Knowledge of and experience in the installation and configuration of Personal Computers (PCs) and peripherals in a networked environment;
    • Ability to deliver quality customer service to end users;
    • Strong knowledge and experience of Windows operating systems;
    • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office platform and component applications;
    • High level of oral and written communication skills;
    • Ability to work within negotiated response times;
    • The ability to take on a variety of tasks and manage priorities;
    • Demonstrated skills in adopting a flexible, innovative, and enthusiastic approach to work; and
    • Demonstrated high levels of organisational, time management, and problem solving skills.
    About Shell Energy
      
    Shell Energy is Australia’s largest dedicated supplier of business electricity.  We deliver business energy solutions and innovation across a portfolio of gas, electricity, environmental products and energy productivity for commercial and industrial customers.  This has afforded us a ranking of number 1 in customer satisfaction in business electrical retailers for 10 years running, something that we are immensely proud of and aim to achieve in the future.  We also operate 662 megawatts of gas-fired peaking power stations in Western Australia and Queensland, supporting the transition to renewables, and are currently developing the 120-megawatt Gangarri solar energy development in Queensland.
      
    Why join us?
      
    At Shell Energy we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes. We offer employees a great range of benefits including a competitive incentive program, generous leave benefits including flexible and supporting ways of working and state-of-the-art technology and facilities.  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.


    To apply: https://adr.to/2cqla

    For more information, head to our website https://shellenergy.com.au


  • 20 Jan 2022 4:09 PM | Adam Sturge-Gould Shell Energy
    Shell is currently undertaking an operation to onboard Shell Energy Operations into their global ways of working, this process will involve navigating a significant review and assessment period where the gaps between current and target state will be assessed. 
      
    The Risk and Compliance Officer’s responsibility is to work with Shell global representatives where required and adopt risk and compliance standards as mandated. The role will be responsible for working closely with Shell’s Information Risk Management (IRM) department, implementing controls where required.  This position has the opportunity to influence how the adoption and adherence of risk and compliance standards are deployed throughout the global organisation.
      
    Major Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
    • Helping to define a future Shell IT operating model that continues to meet compliance and security outcomes while dramatically improving on efficiency.
    • Acting as Shell IT controls & compliance process SME, performing risk assessments, selecting and designing most appropriate controls;
    • Driving automation of control implementation wherever possible and appropriate – working with the Enablement team to ensure that both implementation and operation of controls requires as little effort as possible
    • Supporting control operators to remediate control gaps by sharing templates and practical experience in control implementation. Providing a program view of control implementation, seeking efficiencies of scale where possible to minimise waste in multiple implementations of the same control.
    • Making SME judgements related to the impact and likelihood of any control gaps to the Business and proposing compensating controls.
    • Following up with any findings and risk acceptances.
    • Maintaining DTS Risk Management Policy & Procedures
    • Facilitate management of DTS leadership risks and escalation of these risks to Shell Energy Australia risk register in line with policy
    About you:
    • Experience in risk and compliance and/or information risk management focused roles;
    • Familiarity with industry compliance frameworks such as GDPR, NIST, ISO, SOX, PCI DSS;
    • Demonstrable ability to integrate practices and process in a practical manner;
    • Sound organisation planning and implementation skills;
    • Ability to implement, monitor and report on risk management and compliance frameworks, risks and incidents;
    • Strong report writing capability;
    • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, to inform or influence specific audiences;

    About Shell Energy
      
    Shell Energy is Australia’s largest dedicated supplier of business electricity.  We deliver business energy solutions and innovation across a portfolio of gas, electricity, environmental products and energy productivity for commercial and industrial customers.  This has afforded us a ranking of number 1 in customer satisfaction in business electrical retailers for 10 years running, something that we are immensely proud of and aim to achieve in the future.  We also operate 662 megawatts of gas-fired peaking power stations in Western Australia and Queensland, supporting the transition to renewables, and are currently developing the 120-megawatt Gangarri solar energy development in Queensland.

    Why join us?
      

    At Shell Energy we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes. We offer employees a great range of benefits including a competitive incentive program, generous leave benefits including flexible and supporting ways of working and state-of-the-art technology and facilities.  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.

    To Apply: https://adr.to/akzla
      
    For more information, head to our website https://shellenergy.com.au


  • 19 Jan 2022 5:27 PM | Michelle Roy Optus

    About the role:

    We’re after a superstar Executive Assistant to join our team, where you’ll be responsible for providing high level shared administrative support to QLD State Director, QLD State Team and Optus Brisbane

    Responsibilities:

    • Diary management including scheduling appointments and meetings.
    • Meeting preparation including room bookings, meeting agendas, catering, and collation of relevant materials.
    • Booking and arranging the itinerary for domestic and international travel.
    • Administering expense claims whilst meeting account payable deadlines.
    • Producing high quality formatted and presented documentation and presentation slides with a quick turnaround, utilising Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
    • Event coordination, new starter management and other relevant administrative tasks.

    Experience required: 

    • Strong interpersonal skills with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work and multitask in a deadline-driven, dynamic environment.
    • Keen attention to detail, maintaining consistency and accuracy in processes.
    • Proven experience in building and maintaining strong working relationships with stakeholders.
    • Excellent problem-solving skills.
    • Strong technical computer skills in using Microsoft Office applications.

    Nice to have:

    • Experience working in Telecommunications or similar.
    • Any understanding of ICT technologies is advantageous. 

    So, Why Optus?

    We see ourselves leading Australia in outstanding customer experience. In striving to achieve this, five core values guide us. These are customer service, our challenger spirit, teamwork, integrity, and personal excellence.

    We've put a lot of investment behind innovation and would love to work with people who provide ideas that differentiate, disrupt and deliver amazing services for our customers.

    As a provider of essential services across Australia, Optus has a critical role in the community through keeping our customers connected to the people they love and the things that matter. It is also our priority to ensure we provide our amazing people and our customers with a healthy and safe workplace environment. In light of the significant risks posed by COVID-19, Optus expects all workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by 1st December 2021, and will require vaccination for certain roles as well as access to Optus workplaces.  Please speak to us if you have any questions about this policy or how it impacts you, including any concerns you might have about meeting this requirement.

    Employee Benefits 

    Working at Optus will provide you with a range of benefits that will enrich your personal and professional life. With features such as a range on on-site Health and Wellbeing specialists, financial advisers, company discounts and child care services, we ensure that we provide you with a safe and productive work environment.

    Head on over to http://www.optus.com.au/about/careers to find out more about what it's like working with Optus.

    APPLY HERE

    Heads Up!
    Due to the fast-paced nature of our business, vacancy close dates may change, so make sure you apply to. Please mention WiT in your application


  • Super Retail Group is one of Australasia’s largest leading retailers, with iconic brands including BCF, Macpac, Rebel and Supercheap Auto. The talent of our teams and their passion for providing an experience which inspires and enhances our customers’ leisure time, drives our culture of innovation and opportunity.

    About the Role

    Reporting to the Head of Business systems in Australia, the key purpose of the Business Analyst is working with business stakeholders to attain an understanding of the business, their needs, and how technology can evolve business processes across all lines of IS Security & Operations within the Super Retail Group. As a retail business analyst, your job entails include conducting quantitative and qualitative analyses including customer behaviour, retail trends, etc. The role involves assisting existing systems at SRG, Working with Master data in SAP CRM, understanding data integrations that supports corporate timelines.

    Roles and Responsibilities

    • Exceptional BA skills with efficiency in deep dive analysis.  Gather requirements from end users, facilitate business process discussions, and participate in solution design, documentation, configuration, and end user support
    • Hands-on experience with SQL in SAP CRM
    • Experience working with Master data & Data integration in CRM
    • Familiarity with the retail IT environment and the associated business systems.

    Key Skills

    • ·        User Administration of SFMC, Vision 6
    • ·        Management of interfaces to SFMC (Upcoming activities on ACJ)
    • ·        Outbound from CRM to SFMC (ACJ)
    • ·        Inbound to CRM from ECC, SFCC & SFMC (Business Partner, Marketing Attributes, Vehicle data)
    • ·        Testing from project changes (CRT Environment). Post SAP CRM patching testing (Regression testing)
    • ·        Ivanti incident and knowledge management
    • ·        Ability to write SQL Code in CRM with Snowflake is highly desirable

    Rewards and Benefits

    • Promoting work life balance through flexible work practices – ask us about flexibility
    • Commitment to your professional development
    • Ongoing opportunities for progression
    • Generous Team Member Discounts across all Super Retail Group brands
    • Perks Program including discounts on health and well-being, entertainment, travel and accommodation and more

    Follow the link below to apply

    As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Super Retail Group strives to create an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply to any of our vacant positions. Talk to us about flexible working arrangements. Super Retail Group has been awarded an Aon Best Employer Award for Australia, 2019.

    CLICK to APPLY

    https://www.livehire.com/job/superretailgroup/XG3FR

  • 18 Jan 2022 5:02 PM | Adam Sturge-Gould Shell Energy
    The Technical Business Analyst will support the successful delivery of priority Shell Energy initiatives within the Data team. This role works closely with the business stakeholders, Data team and other members of Digital Technology and Solutions (DTS).  They will at times be hands-on with problem solving solutions within projects or supporting existing technology and applications that are owned by the data team.
      
    Major Responsibilities but not limited to:
    • Assist the interface between the business and Digital and Technology Solutions (DTS) team for the delivery of Data team initiatives.
    • Ensure the correct reporting and governance processes are adhered to.
    • Estimate and break down initiatives into sprint-based goals that can be pivoted into statements of work for internal or external engineers.
    • Work alongside the business to assess new initiatives, gather requirements, and groom the backlog of work to be picked up by the Data team.
    About you:
    • Experience in delivering data initiatives using agile methodologies;
    • Experience as a Technical Business Analyst on large data projects preferred;
    • Excellent SQL experience;
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal (phone and face-to-face);
    • Highly developed organisational skills, ability to manage multiple priorities to meet competing deadlines;
    • Strong interpersonal and influencing skills;
    • Willingness to step up when required and be a key participant in a high-performance team and culture;
    • Willingness to learn new project delivery methods and techniques;
    • Ability to work effectively in a team environment, share knowledge, work co‐operatively, perform under pressure and help the team deliver commercially sound outcomes;
    • Knowledge of the Electricity Industry will be highly regarded;
    • Demonstrated knowledge of agile software development / information technology project phases and project planning tools and techniques is preferred.
    • Experience in creating BI dashboards and SSRS reports preferred;
    • Some Python experience preferred;
    • AWS data services knowledge preferred;
    Why join us?
      

    At Shell Energy we really value our culture and the way we work together to get stuff done. The work environment is Agile and fast-paced, with a strong emphasis on outcomes. We offer employees a great range of benefits including a competitive incentive program, generous leave benefits including flexible and supporting ways of working and state-of-the-art technology and facilities.  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.

    To apply:   https://adr.to/q423a

    For more information, head to our website https://shellenergy.com.au


  • 18 Jan 2022 2:33 PM | Alexia Ellmers
    Where you’ll fit in:

    As a Field Services Engineer in our Managed Services Department. Reporting into the Team Leader - Field and Service Desk.
      
    Based full time on-site at our clients HQ in Sydney’s CBD. You must be able to easily travel to this location.

    How you can unlock your potential:
    • Immerse yourself deeply within the Property Development and Hotel industry.
    • Our client operates a portfolio of around 80 hotels in Australia, NZ and Europe.
    • Take your career to the next level, working closely with an intelligent and high performing team, led by impressive Team Leads.
    • Gain exposure / further your hands on experience with Cloud technologies e.g. Azure / Office 365.
    • Genuine career progression opportunities, your Team Leader will have regular connections to discuss your career aspirations and we’ll provide fully funded training and development to help you achieve those goals.
    • No on-call Roster for the foreseeable future.
    • Build strong relationships working on-site with one core client.
    Here’s a sneak peek into what you’ll spend your time doing:
    • Mix of on-site support (primary) and service desk (secondary) across Level 2 desktop and backend support.
    • Acting as the primary contact point for a broad range of service requests, providing first line investigation and appropriate responses to resolve or escalate issues.
    • Provide an outstanding customer experience to all levels of staff with a core focus on C-suite.
    • Planning, implementing and managing the client’s hardware and Software IMACs (installations, moves, adds and changes).
    • Full management of network support, IT infrastructure, and incident management to a level 2 standard.

    Technology you’ll get to play with:

    Azure AD, Office 365 Applications and Administration, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, WSUS.

    What we’re looking for in our next awesome human: 
    • Outstanding customer service skills are essential and the most important part of this role, you will be a true customer champion.
    • At least 2+ years of experience with the Microsoft Windows Server Stack (Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, WSUS).
    • Knowledge and exposure to the Microsoft Cloud O365/Azure Stack (Azure AD, Office 365 Applications and Administration).
    • Highly desirable if you have knowledge and exposure to an MSP ticketing system such as Service Now, ZenDesk, Cherwell.
    • A strong sense of ownership – responsible, self-motivated, pro-active and a disciplined approach to work.
    • Excellent prioritisation, diagnosis and root cause analysis skills.
    • Strong problem-solving skills.
    • Demonstrated initiative, adaptability, maturity, and sound judgment.
    • Excellent telephone manner and written communication skills.
    • Excellent scoping / resourcing, time management, collaboration skills.
    • Due to our ISO27001 Compliance we require all staff to have a clean criminal record, we will facilitate a police check upon acceptance of an offer.
    Who are MOQdigital? 

    We enable organisations to accelerate their technology driven transformation. We do this through our end-to-end lifecycle of services of Advise, Enable and Manage.
    1. We work with organisations to help them to understand, evaluate and advise based on their individual technical requirements.
    2. We implement and build custom solutions that enable organisations to thrive.
    3. We manage and support systems that enable organisations to accelerate their vision.
    Our purpose is to celebrate new thinking, bring together solutions and engage and educate. We partner with ambitious organisations to reimagine and revamp their systems with a vision for what the future might entail for them. MOQdigital helps People and Technology to intersect.

    A few key things you should know about us:
    • Intro to MOQdigital video link - shorturl.at/hGYZ0
    • Our LinkedIn Company Page is stacked with goodness and awesome insights into who we are and what’s important to us – Check it out!
    • We’re an Australian founded ASX listed organisation built on a number of acquisitions plus organic growth, with global presence. We’ve been around for circa 17 years with now circa 300 employees nationally (450 globally).
    • We’re a Microsoft Gold Partner and have a number of advanced specialisations. We're also a Microsoft Global Training Partner & Citrix Platinum Plus Partner. 
    • 25% of what we do is Education focused.
    What we offer at MOQdigital:
    • Why choose MOQdigital video link - shorturl.at/bhilC
    • Our Story & Benefits video link - shorturl.at/wyC57
    • Technology allowances include provided laptop, funded phone plan + subsidies off your mobile device and home internet.
    • Flexible working is part of our DNA - We do however encourage our people to return to their local office at least once per week for culture and collaboration.
    • Funded learning and development plus study days alongside our comprehensive training plans.
    • Proven career progression opportunities, we’re passionate about helping our people unlock their potential and grow across different capabilities.
    • Meeting free Thursdays – Reducing the impact of meetings to improve mental health, productivity and wellbeing.
    • Loads of regular learning and connection opportunities.
    • Continuous sharing of knowledge, where you will be encouraged to voice your ideas.
    • Diversity is a strength and we love having people from different backgrounds and experience, for example, we have employees from over 30 different countries working here - that’s just one attribute, talk to us about our other diverse people! 
    • We sponsor Women in Technology (WiT) and have our own ‘Women Crushing IT’ (WCIT) initiative.
    Our Values are what make us, us:
    • We’re the first to put our hand up, take ownership and show initiative.
    • We’re genuinely concerned about the welfare of others.
    • We value a growth mindset, smart, creative thinking and the ability to simplify.
    • We’re open, honest and polite – with no politics allowed.
    • We’re fixer’s – not finger pointers.
    Intrigued?

    We guarantee there’s so much more to find out! Apply directly HERE, or email careers@moqdigital.com.au. We’ve been scaling rapidly, so if this role isn’t quite right but want to see if there’s something else that might be? We’d love to hear from you!


  • 18 Jan 2022 1:10 PM | Jennifer Gallagher
    • Full Time, Permanent Opportunity
    • Location - Negotiable
    • Collaborative, high performance culture 

    About the Role

    This is an exciting opportunity to join a national team of Broadcast Technologists responsible for supporting technology used in audio over IP (AoIP), which underpins the production of live audio content including Local Radio and national networks like triple j and Classic FM, and on-demand content including podcasts.  

    You will be responsible for: 

    • Providing specialist support for AoIP technologies in highly integrated IT and IP environments, including programming with AXIA, Livewire and Pathfinder Core. 
    • Performing ongoing system management and maintenance activities. 
    • Proactively collaborating with a broad group of stakeholders including internal clients, internal support teams, and vendor partners. 

    About You

    We are looking for a team player with the aptitude to provide support in a constantly evolving technology environment.  

    You will be able to demonstrate:  

    • Client service focus and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
    • Team player who is generous when sharing knowledge. 
    • Experience providing technical support using problem-solving skills.  
    • Understanding of operational audio production environments is advantageous. 
    • Understanding of complimentary IT and IP disciplines is advantageous, for example Microsoft virtual environments and server products, web services and scripting. 

    For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description:Download File 30002948 TECHNOLOGIST.pdf

    For further information on this position please contact David Vapp, National Broadcast Support Team Manager on 02 8333 5894.

    Apply at For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers

    Applications Close: 11:55 pm, Tuesday 1st February 2022.

    The ABC has a vaccination policy that requires employees to meet vaccination requirements for those working in some high-risk environments or circumstances. Some roles will require adherence to this policy as an inherent requirement of performing the role.

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