As a software engineer at PSMA, you will be responsible for backend development to support our API development team. You will help deliver our geospatial APIs to serve our customers with PSMA’s location intelligence. The APIs also serve data to an upcoming customer self-service data portal.
The development team works as a unit to deliver the sprint goals. We cover and support each other.
In your day you may experience work such as:
You’ll also take part in our Agile rituals.
As an individual you may have unique responsibilities or personal interests. For example:
For the most part you’re in charge of what your daily schedule looks like. (Use your time-management muscles to prioritise sprint goals.)
Do you have professional experience in the following?
Are you a role model of our values and culture ?
Yes? Come, let’s make great APIs together!
You’ll be joining a flat structure of innovators and influencers. If you see an opportunity for improvement, you’re empowered to lead an initiative. What’s more, you’ll join a welcoming and supportive culture. Our ‘About PSMA’ section below will tell you more.
Here is a glimpse of what a typical day may look like:
Join the development team in the morning to share your progress toward the sprint goals. Afterward you may find yourself either
Certain days and times are allocated for:
About PSMA AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Data was once an abstract idea. Today it’s woven through our lives. It links the physical and the digital. It informs the choices we make in volatile social and geographical landscapes.
PSMA Australia is a trusted source of accessible location data. It is an independent and self-funded company owned by the governments of Australia.
We are passionate about providing location data for a digital world.
We actively source geospatial information from all levels of government and through private sector partnerships. We standardise and integrate the data--assuring its quality--and then transform it into authoritative products that are highly valued by customers.
This data is used by Australia’s public and private sectors. For example:
Under our Health and Wellbeing Program, staff have access to clean drinking water and fresh fruit delivered weekly to our main office. We also support staff initiatives to run Yoga sessions in our meeting rooms and encourage cycling and other physical fitness activities during lunch breaks.
Are you ready to join us?