Our people play a key role in our success as a business, that’s why we work with the best. Collaboration and team work allow us to deliver outcomes we can be proud of.
Do you have a curious mind and love solving problems or writing code that makes people’s lives easier?
Maybe you’ve saved someone a few minutes to enjoy elsewhere in their life, delivered them personalised information that enables them to make a more informed decision about how they commute or advocated for the user's needs in a way that informs large scale strategic roadmaps. Whatever it is, we design and develop digital products that give people more out of their day.
We employ people with different kinds of backgrounds, lifestyles and perspectives because a) they’re superb coders/UXers/project wranglers and b) we remind each other to stay curious and open about other people’s differences and similarities.
Rather than making assumptions based on your own lived experiences, we want you to keep asking: ‘How might we make our products better for different kinds of people? How might we uncover their needs? How might we make this information easier for them to find?
Owen and Marcus founded Symbiote with a simple vision: to provide exceptional tech solutions with a considered people-first approach, and have a bit of fun along the way. This diligent and engaged approach has led to more satisfied users and happier businesses like the Ian Potter Foundation, Public Transport Victoria, and the NSW Government.
Owen and Marcus began articulating their user-centric approach to tech solutions in 2009 as SilverStripe before renaming to Symbiote – a nod to the way they work alongside clients’ internal talent to ensure excellent outcomes and ongoing support.
Symbiote’s team continues to grow as they tackle more complex challenges with a range of new technologies and help more clients improve their customers’ experiences.
We're always on the lookout for 'T' shaped people—those that have deep expertise to contribute, who prioritise the needs of the end-user and who value the success of the team over themselves. If this sounds like you drop us a line [email protected]
In this role you will be responsible for the design and implementation of applications build, release, deployment, and configuration activities. You will work alongside internal business teams in an agile environment across the full lifecycle of an application to gather requirements, prototyping, architecting, implementing/updating solutions, building and executing test plans, performing quality reviews, managing operations, and triaging and fixing operational issues.
You will develop projects from their inception, being capable of architecting solutions, planning development milestones in conjunction with a project manager, interpreting customer requirements and defining development tasks with members, and taking part in development directly.
Operationally, you will be confident in providing technical feedback through the full project lifecycle including contact with clients and will understand when to escalate issues to technical leaders in the organisation.
We love what we do. We also appreciate that there’s more to life than work.
We understand the pressures and stressors that come with complex projects. That’s why we foster a collaborative environment that minimises stress and makes time for the fun stuff – like delivering excellent tech, drinking lots of good coffee, and learning as we go.
We believe in nurturing our people to grow and enjoy their time at work. We do that by creating a great workplace culture that supports holistic wellbeing.
Our monthly BBQs obviously stopped happening during COVID, so we moved to online catch-ups. We all made it a priority to maintain strong social ties with each other, finding opportunities to keep learning, enjoying our epic neighbourhoods, and using our Workplace Wellness Program to encourage each other to get offline and reset.