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We see great engineering as the reduction of complex things into simple things. These initial complexities might include code, abstractions, systems, architecture or infrastructure. We believe this approach, searching for simplicity in complex things, lies at the heart of problem solving.
We’re looking for a Software Engineer to join our team and help us solve problems.
Note: This role is based in Sydney, Australia.
Engineering at Qwilr means:
Building the features of the Qwilr apps, as well as the systems and infrastructure that powers them.
Participate in and provide feedback on code reviews for other Qwilr engineers. We love code review because it sharpens our reasoning and grows our shared knowledge.
Ponder, discuss and enumerate different approaches to problems. We are big believers in solving problems early, in discussion, on whiteboards or design documents, before hitting code.
Participate in “Momentum Management” – this is an in-house process modelled on GTD. But don’t be frightened by the word “process”: our processes are about productivity and pragmatism, not about… process 🙂
Our Process – What To Expect.
Tell Us Something About Tech: we think part of good engineering is clear communication through code. Function names, variable names, architecture and abstractions are all ways in which you communicate meaning and intention to other engineers. So, the first step in this process is to write us a few short words (see “Apply” at the bottom for details).
Meet The Team: if your note resonates with us, you’ll come in to meet Dylan (our CEO) or Elisa (our Talent & Culture lead), or both! These will be a informal chats. An opportunity for you to get to know us at a human level, and for us to get to know you.
Technical Vetting: This comprises a take home task and an onsite experience day with us.
To apply for this job please visit the following URL: https://pages.qwilr.com/fAMk7PKRu2Bi →