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This is a page for linux.conf.au delegates who know of relevant jobs
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== Reputation ==
  
== Jobs BoF ==
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Broad discussion on whether or not it was possible to measure and recognise reputation in any automated kind of way.
  
The Jobs [[Birds of a Feather sessions (BoFs)|Birds of a Feather session]] is on '''Thursday afternoon tea (15:00-15:40) at D.211'''. Come along if you want to advertise a job or are looking for a job. Also welcome are people who want to network or who may be able to help connect people and create opportunities.
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== Introductions ==
  
[[File:Jobs BoF board.jpg|512px|click for a larger image]]
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Who is here?
  
== Looking for staff ==
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* Mark Attwood
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* Jono Bacon
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* Adam Thomas
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* Donna Benjamin
  
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
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== Notes ==
  
=== Wanted: Experienced Sysadmins and/or DevOps/Ops Specialists ===
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Please record and share notes from the discussion as an ongoing record, and so we can build on it in future.
  
My company ([http://www.oss.co.nz) is hiring for experienced Linux sysadmins and/or "Ops"-specialising DevOps engineers.
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== Resources ==
  
By experienced, we do mean 5+ years full-time experience, and RHCE-level or equivalent knowledge. Office-based full-time roles, Auckland or Wellington.
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'''How to measure anything'''
  
Find me at Conference or reach out to me ([[User:Dhawke@oss.co.nz|Dan Hawke]]) directly.
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http://www.hubbardresearch.com/publications/how-to-measure-anything-book/
  
=== Facebook is Hiring Engineers ===
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== Actions, next steps or key takeaways ==
Facebook is hiring Network Engineers, Systems Engineers, Production Engineers and Software Engineers. There are roles in Menlo Park in California, Seattle, New York, and London.
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For details see https://www.facebook.com/careers.
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It's all very well to talk, but what will we do next, or what key or new ideas will we be taking away from this discussion?
  
To chat about careers at Facebook, please find me around the conference (look for a Facebook T-shirt) or reach out to me online ([[Katie_Miller|Katie Miller]]).
 
  
=== Help make government services simpler, clearer and faster for all Australians ===
 
  
The Digital Transformation Office is looking for developers, web ops engineers, delivery managers, technology leads / technical architects, product managers and more. In Sydney and Canberra
 
  
https://www.dto.gov.au/careers/
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[[category: CLSXLCA]]
 
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This is a great opportunity to work on things that make a real and meaningful difference to people's lives!
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Come and find me (Matthew Landauer) at the conference if you have any questions and want to find out more.
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=== Python / Django backend developer in Perth ===
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My employer is looking for a Python / Django backend developer that's either in Perth or willing to relocate. Nice, casual work environment, where you'll be working on a variety of interesting projects.
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Hit me up at the BOF or email me at me@kye.id.au if you're interested or know someone who is, and I can pass on more info.
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=== Technical + Non-technical positions in edtech ===
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edX is hiring a wide range of positions, including developers, engineers, product managers, designers, marketing, community, and partner relations.
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If you're interested in education, python, and living in the greater Boston area, please check out https://www.edx.org/careers or find Molly de Blanc (blue hair, black hoodie).
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=== Ruby, Javascript and Operational roles in Brisbane ===
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everydayhero is looking for experienced developers in Brisbane. We're doing fun things with Ruby, Javascript and Docker, and we're dabbling with Elixir as well.
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Find me at the BOF or email me jma@dandaraga.net and we can talk.
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=== Get paid to write Haskell, and use it in production ===
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Ambiata are looking for data support  engineers to join our team in Sydney. You don't have to already be a Haskell expert, but a healthy interest in FP is a bonus
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Full listing http://ambiata.com/data-support-engineer/
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Come find Katie McLaughlin (Katie two) if you're interested.
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[[File:oqlogo.jpg|thumb]]
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=== Wanted: SysAdmin/DBA (MySQL/MariaDB) ===
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[https://openquery.com.au/ Open Query Pty Ltd] (owned by Arjen Lentz) is looking for an excellent SysAdmin/DBA person to join our small team. Our HQ is in Brisbane but you can work from home anywhere in AU/NZ.
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Full ad & contact info at: https://openquery.com.au/company/jobs/mariadb-engineer
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== Looking for job ==
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=== Freelance sysadmin / developer; Melbourne / Europe (or remote) ===
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Joel W. Shea (@realist)
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Systems automation, monitoring, etc; programming, (C/Perl/PHP/Python)
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15+ years experience in Telco/ISP, Finance, Health, industries.
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Prefer flexible hours / remote work, short or long-term contracting.
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With a preference for working on Free/Open Source systems, with opportunities allowing upstream contributions.
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<code>
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$ echo wjfurn+ypn2016@tznvy.pbz |tr '[a-z]' '[n-za-m]'
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</code>
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=== Sysadmin/programmer/etc looking for a job in Adelaide ===
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Hi,
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My name is Daniel O'Connor and I'm a sysadmin/dev (with embedded and hardware design experience) looking for a job in Adelaide (or remote). My CV is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-o-connor-7b35b055 . I'm available for talking to during the conference. Thanks.
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=== [http://www.dhanapalan.com/blog/about/ Sridhar Dhanapalan]: Just moved near Melbourne/Geelong ===
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I've recently moved near Melbourne/Geelong from Sydney and am looking to resume my career after a couple of months of paternity leave. You can read about me [http://www.dhanapalan.com/blog/about/ here] and my LinkedIn profile is [https://au.linkedin.com/in/sridhard here].
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I've got a technical background but these days I'm more on the business side. My background is primarily in education, not-for-profits and start-ups. I work well in roles where flexibility or a multi-disciplinary approach is required, or where liaison/coordination is required between tech and business.
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=== Programmer looking for a Job ===
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I live in Sydney and looking for a Junior position as a PHP/Java/Python programmer. CV is at http://jamesmckay.id.au/s/portfolio/
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=== Senior Perl / Java Developer Seeking a Job in Adelaide ===
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'''Name: Mike Bruins
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'''Mobile: 0438-779-885
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'''Resume' ''' http://hal9000.net.au
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'''Perl / Java / etc.
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'''Telco and ISP experience.
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'''Finance and Billing Systems
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'''Automated Testing
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=== Firmware/Embedded Engineer Seeking a Job ===
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Hi, my name's Andrew Kuplevakhskyi.
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I'm a '''firmware/embedded engineer''' with 8 years of experience.
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I've just moved to Australia and looking for a job here.
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I've got expertise in the following areas:
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'''Embedded C for Linux''' (incl. concurrency, performance, memory management)
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'''HDMI, HDCP, Set-top-box, Home Automation'''
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'''Python, bash, Automation'''
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'''Broadcom, Nest, ST Drivers'''
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I'm also good at communicating information in the right form to the right people.
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'''My mobile: 0411814458'''
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'''[http://www.slideshare.net/AndrewKuplevakhskyi/andrewkuplevakhskyiexpertiseoverview-55238551 Expertise Overview]'''
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[https://au.linkedin.com/in/akuplev LinkedIn profile]
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Thanks.
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Latest revision as of 10:19, 7 February 2016

Reputation

Broad discussion on whether or not it was possible to measure and recognise reputation in any automated kind of way.

Introductions

Who is here?

  • Mark Attwood
  • Jono Bacon
  • Adam Thomas
  • Donna Benjamin

Notes

Please record and share notes from the discussion as an ongoing record, and so we can build on it in future.

Resources

How to measure anything

http://www.hubbardresearch.com/publications/how-to-measure-anything-book/

Actions, next steps or key takeaways

It's all very well to talk, but what will we do next, or what key or new ideas will we be taking away from this discussion?