This is a page for linux.conf.au delegates who know of relevant jobs
- 1 Jobs BoF
- 2 Looking for staff
- 3 Looking for job
Wednesday 24th January - 15:20—15:50, B11 ground floor congregation area
Looking for staff
Please post information job description, who to talk to or how they can contact you at the conference to ask more info about it and how
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
As part of linux.conf.au 2018, we are hosting an AWS Linux Mixer at the Amazon Sydney office - event details below:
The AWS Cloud Support team is hosting a Linux mixer event this January. We invite you to come and meet our team and chat with your peers from linux.conf.au 2018!
This event is an opportunity for you to meet experienced Amazonians and hear a little more about life at Amazon. With short talks from AWS Engineers from our different teams such as Linux, BigData, Networking, DevOps and Database, you will also get time to hang out with us and enjoy free beer and snacks!
To register, go here or come say hi to luketrav@ and joelking@ in the AWS shirts and grab a ticket.
Catch Steven Ellis during the week or at the Jobs BoF for a chat about any roles in the following locations or elsewhere in Red Hat
We have many open positions, both in offices and remote (in many countries), including software engineering roles, plus various sales and support and consulting and management-y options. For more details see SUSE Careers, or come find Tim Serong. Kristoffer Gronlund will also be there and can answer questions about jobs available in Europe.
Please check individual job listings for details of remote work, even if the search results summary shows a specific location in the wrong country for you :-)
Elastic is a distributed friendly organisation! We have people all around the world and within ANZ we have team members in Brissy, Syd (where we have an office), Canbera, Melb and Perth. We have a tonne of positions open, from coding to architecture to security to technical support and even sales.
keyp is building a decentralised infrastructure for authentication and identity management, designed to work offline and with an open specification. Headquartered in Munich, we're ready to onboard coders world-wide, and particularly in AU/NZ, as team member Martin Krafft just moved here. Check out jobs page for specifics, and find Martin during the conference to find out more!
Canonical is the company behind Ubuntu. We have a number of positions available including technical support, product design, engineering, and many more. Our company is globally distributed with most employees working from their home office - this means we're highly flexible to your work location (great for Australians as well as people from any country world-wide!) - you'll also generally have the opportunity to travel a couple of times a year to meet up with your colleagues. We also have some office based positions in London, Taipei
Trent Lloyd and Paul Gear will be at linux.conf.au all week, you can catch them anytime or at the Jobs BoF to find out more about our positions, what it's like to work here or if you need assistance applying for a role.
- Software Engineer (Worldwide) - LXD Kernel Engineer, Juju (Go), Ceph, Mir Display Server (C++), Snap Store (Python/Go)
- Technical Support Engineer (Japan), Technical Account Manager (Japan), Technical Account Manager (USA West Coast)
- UX Designer, Visual Designer, Junior Front-end Web Developer (London, UK - Office)
- Canonical Careers (All open job listings) - Various other positions available
We are connecting society to the cloud by leveraging critical cloud computing technologies such, as Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN), and combining virtualization, intelligent analytics and orchestration to build programmable, performance optimized networks that can dynamically adapt to meet capacity, scalability and strict QoS requirements. If you are looking to work in truly global team with the latest Networking technologies at massive scale for some of the largest Telecommunications companies in the world, whilst contributing upstream to established community projects, Nokia and Nuage can offer you a challenging and rewarding career path.
Joel W Pauling will be at the conference and happy to answer questions and pass on contact details for the roles bellow.
Currently we are looking for 2 positions based in Singapore, working with Nuage Networks ecosystem ( - Check out our Github )
- Engineering role - Hands on experience in data center, Opestack and SDN with IP/MPLS networks familiarity a big advantage.
- Team Lead role - >=50% Travel in Asia Pacific region, Design review and Customer engineering focus working with Engineering resources throughout the region.
City Network runs an OpenStack public cloud across 8 global regions, in addition to providing specialized private cloud services in regulated industries like financials.
Florian Haas is our VP Professional Services & Education and a LCA regular, and will be in the main conference, the Open Edu miniconf, at the Jobs BoF, and of course in the hallways.
Cohda is a growing company developing innovative products for the driverless cars of the future with headquarters in Australia and offices in Detroit, Munich, and Shanghai. We are world leaders in Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications and Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV). We have developed the chips that dominate this space. We have design wins on the board with General Motors, Volkswagen, and Siemens, and supply solutions for smart cars and smart cities all over the world.
We are looking for permanent Software Engineers, Test Engineers as well as Researchers. There is also an opportunity for short-term contracts.
Contact Thomas Sprinkmeier for more information.
Vivienne Court Vivcourt is global trading business that measures its success in a radically different way. We have replaced the shareholder with a charitable trust and our metric for success is employee satisfaction and how much we can donate to the social sector. Profit is a by-product of our business rather than the goal. This has enabled us to focus on the growth and development of our employees instead of just a return on investment for a short term focused shareholder. By giving our employees the best possible work environment, we have created a company where the success and profits are sustainable, and the business has a conscience and a purpose greater than itself.
Vivcourt are looking for a senior C/C++ developer, details here: http://www.vivcourttrading.com.au/job/senior-software-developer/.
If you want to chat with somebody at LCA, Contact Jason Ball
Tritium Pty Ltd
Tritium is a leader in energy management technology, in particular charging solutions for electric vehicles. We are seeking to expand our Brisbane-based software design and development team to scale up and automate the operation of our global install-base of devices. We look for skills in C++, C# for device management and large-scale data distribution, ingestion, processing, and analysis and can offer contract and permanent positions in Brisbane and remotely.
We've currently got 2 open positions, but are always looking for great people:
Come and find any of us at the conference with the Grey shirts an a sailor Tux on the back, or reach out on Twitter @WG_SYD or direct email Andre
About us: Wargaming Sydney is a group of passionate technologists within Wargaming with our eyes focused on the horizon, who look to make Wargaming technologically successful. Our current activities include, supporting existing games, working on existing technology, developing the next generation server technology, identifying new technology opportunities and executing them.
We collaborate with teams all across the world, working on all parts of the Wargaming brand, from the World of Tanks / World of Warships / World of Planes games, through to the next generation titles, and the technology support teams. We also seek out new opportunities within Wargaming to create innovative solutions with technology.
AusCERT is a non-profit organisation providing information security services to member organisations. We’re part of the University of Queensland and based in Brisbane. We run an annual cybersecurity conference, sponsor CrikeyCon, participate in the AP-CERT community and run training courses. Our regular services include security bulletins, member security incident notifications, notifications of credential breaches, phishing takedowns, and a malicious URL feed.
Bank of New Zealand (BNZ)
BNZ have been helping our customers make their goals a reality for over 150 years, and now we’re working with them to redesign the banking for the future. To help our customers be good with their money, the BNZ Digital Platform teams are working to take the platforms that help bring the customer facing BNZ applications to life into the future. The majority of the platforms run Linux and use a combination of both commercial and open source software.
We have an upcoming Senior Technical Specialist role based in Wellington, New Zealand, to help administer & operate these platforms to ensure that they are available for our customers to always have access to their money online.
If this is of interest, Dave Aldridge and Richard Bywater are here for the rest of the week and we’d be very interested in talking to you about the role. Other roles also come up from time to time so even if this role isn’t of interest at the moment, still feel free to come and have a chat!
Alternatively you can check out the full range of jobs currently available on the BNZ Careers website
Consultants at Readify are known for discovering the latest and greatest in technologies, mastering their nuances, and influencing our clients and our community with their potential. We encourage our people to use multiple approaches in order to make impactful contributions to our clients, including pair programming, workshops/training, and one-on-one mentoring.
We invest heavily in our consultants, offering substantial Toolkit Allowances and paid professional development. In fact, people who join Readify grow into subject matter experts at an accelerated pace, and become part of a community where continuous learning and improvement isn’t just enabled, but expected.
If you like the sound of us, chat to Kieran Jacobsen
NCI is the peak supercomputing facility in Australia. Based at The Australian National University, we provide integrated high-performance computing and high-performance data services to more than 4,000 researchers at a number of major national science agencies along with more than 35 Australian universities, eight Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence, several other NCRIS capabilities, and several medical research institutes and industry partners. We are home to the nation’s fastest supercomputer, its highest-performance research cloud, its fastest filesystems and its largest research data repository.
We're looking for a young and enthusiastic kernel hacker who can help us solve a wide range of kernel issues, particularly related to clustered filesystem performance, high performance networks, and generally optimising our systems for high performance workloads, with plenty of room to grow your skills and experience. If this sounds like something you might be interested in Simon Fowler will be around the conference all week, and will be happy to have a chat.
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𝙸'𝚖 𝚖𝚊𝚍 𝚊𝚜 𝚊 𝙷𝚊𝚝𝚝𝚎𝚛!!! :𝙳
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𝙸 𝚕𝚒𝚟𝚎 𝚒𝚗 𝙲𝚊𝚗𝚋𝚎𝚛𝚛𝚊, 𝚋𝚞𝚝 𝙸 𝚌𝚊𝚗 𝚛𝚎𝚕𝚘𝚌𝚊𝚝𝚎 𝚊𝚝 𝚝𝚑𝚎 𝚍𝚛𝚘𝚙 𝚘𝚏 𝚊 𝚑𝚊𝚝. ;)
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𝓢𝓱𝔂𝓪𝓶 𝓗𝓪𝓼 𝓨𝓸𝓾𝓻 𝓐𝓷𝓸𝓶𝓪𝓵𝔂 𝓜𝓲𝓽𝓲𝓰𝓪𝓽𝓮𝓭!!! :D
𝕸𝔦𝔤𝔯𝔞𝔱𝔦𝔫𝔤 𝕴𝔫𝔣𝔢𝔰𝔱𝔦𝔳𝔢 𝕭𝔲𝔤𝔰 !!
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After selling IVT last year I'm looking for work. Limited to Melbourne-based or remote work due to family circumstances. Ideally I'd like contract work for a few days per week, perhaps related to hardware prototyping, production engineering, etc. I've done all sorts of projects in the past including designing something like 200 hardware devices. There's a very shallow summary here: jon.oxer.com.au/who and a list of conference talks that I stopped updating back in 2011 for no particular reason here: jon.oxer.com.au/talks. I really should update that list. And find a new photo of myself, because I don't look like that anymore! If you want someone to help you do rapid prototyping or turn your idea into a hardware product please find me at LCA or email email@example.com
Looking for Networking, systems admin or support roles. I'm based in Brisbane, AU and have been using Linux and open source software since 2002. My most recent role was as a network admin/enterprise web/server support, which I was doing for around 2 years.
As I'm keen to get back into work after having had to stop working due to health issues, I'm happy to take on any role if it involves the above. Feel free to chat with me at the conf or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scala/Java developer. Currently working on AST design and performance optimizations semi-remotely for a company in London. Moving from New Zealand to Cairns after 19th February. Looking for work onsite in Cairns or remote. Take a look at my site for more information.