Senior Software Engineer, Temporary, SYDNEY – McKell
Job Title: Senior Software Engineer
Salary: SNSW $111,806 – 134,667 base + super
Location : Head Office – Haymarket
Employment Status: Temporary fixed term till June 30th 2021 with potential for ongoing
? Be part of a small, happy team – start-up vibes at enterprise scale
? Self-empowered role with room for growth
? Deliver innovative digital experiences that make a fundamental difference
Service NSW makes it easier to access government services for people and businesses across NSW.
We are looking for passionate Product Engineers to join our engineering teams. We are looking for
people that are keen on making a difference for citizens and businesses in NSW.
About Our Team:
You’ll be part of a truly agile, human-centered product development team, who values your happiness, growth and personal development. We use XP practices (including TDD, pair programming and CI/CD) to design and build fast stable software and get it into our customers’ hands quickly. We are committed to iterative delivery using the build, measure, learn paradigm. We pride ourselves on being responsive to customers’ needs, consistently delivering value to the people of NSW.
And we never skip retro!
? Expertise and strong experience software development. Maybe you’re a web, API or platform specialist who wants to expand your full stack skillset, or maybe you’re already a Front end to cloud database expert. Either way, you know what makes customer focused products special, and love building products that millions of people use. We’d love to see demonstrable experience in commercial software development, and examples of your work.
? Excellent understanding of systems thinking and technical design. You might not be a full-stack unicorn (yet), but you can design and implement system interactions to deliver end-to-end solutions. We’d love to see some experience applying technical design skills in large or complex ecosystems.
? Attention to detail. You strive for the best quality code; adopting practices/style guides that encourage clean and readable code. You pay particular attention to code reusability, extensibility, maintainability, scalability and security. Often going out of your way to find the best solution possible.
? Outstanding communication, collaboration and problem-solving skills. You encourage diversity of thought, thrive in a team environment, and do your best work whilst working in a pair/team. You have top notch facilitation skills that guide discussions into outcomes, and you have some leadership or mentoring experience. Ideally, you’ve coached or led engineering teams to become their best selves, and/or managed a few big projects into production and beyond.
? Customer-oriented and proud. You are motivated by, and take ownership of, delivering valuable outcomes to the people who use your software.
? Continuous improvement forever! You are a lifelong learner, always driven to improve processes and outcomes. You value close feedback loops, and the concepts of iteration and incremental improvement.
? Security-minded. You have a passion for security by design, and exposure to or interest in security engineering as concept.
• Work in our engineering teams to deliver new features following lean/agile methodologies and XP practices.
• Design and implement elegant software to deliver real customer solutions.
• Help improve the software delivery system, including decreasing build times, increasing automated tests.
1. Complete the mandatory questions in the online application, by clicking ‘Apply Now’.
2. Attach your current resume and a covering letter outlining your interest in the role.
A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up
to 18 months.
Your employment at Service NSW is subject to a satisfactory national criminal record check and various assessment process in accordance with the Government Sector Employment Act 2013.
Service NSW is passionate about building a culture that values and supports diversity and inclusion.
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Working at Departmentof Customer Service
The Department of Customer Service is a great place to work!Our values of accountability, trust, service and integrity drive ourinitiatives and culture. We support innovative programs in areas as broad asdigital government, consumer protection and major public works. We are an inclusiveorganisation that celebrates diversity and flexible work practices and believeour people are our greatest asset.
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