The traditional linux.conf.au Jobs BoF.
Location and time to be confirmed
As well as the in-person session please feel free to list your available positions, or interest in something below.
AWS - Amazon Linux
Catch up to Frederick Lefebvre all week, to discuss opportunities at Amazon Linux. Come build the future of Linux at Amazon with the Amazon Linux Team! We develop Amazon's Linux distribution and our product is the foundation for most of AWS, as well as being in heavy use by customers on EC2.
We have open positions in all technical fields.
We're looking for Cloud Engineers, preferably with knowledge of OpenStack and/or Ceph. Talk to any of the Catalyst folks, including Andrew Ruthven. Not listed on our website (yet).
Data61's Terria team are looking for early career and experienced software engineers. As a member of the Terria team you will work on the open source TerriaJS library itself - our Cesium/WebGL based geospatial visualisation software - as well as projects using TerriaJS such as the NationalMap, AREMI, NEII Viewer, GEOGLAM RAPP Map, TerriaCube, and others. Based in your choice of Sydney, Melbourne or Canberra.
Keyp is building a decentralised infrastructure for authentication and identity management, designed to work offline and with an open specification. Headquartered in Munich, and with presences in London, Zurich, and Wellington, we're ready to onboard coders world-wide, and particularly in AU/NZ. Check out our jobs page for specifics, and/or find Martin during the conference!
Looking for developers with diverse skills in Melbourne. Catch Alec during the conference or head over to our jobs board.
Looking for Developers (of all sorts: mobile, backend, frontend, internal tooling), Systems Engineers, Security Engineers, QAs, Product People. All sorts really.
Predominantly in Melbourne, Australia, but a couple of roles in Sydney, Australia as well as Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia (offices in Perth, Australia; Brisbane, Australia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Singapore; Bangkok, Thailand; and Wan Chai, Hong Kong as well which sometimes have various roles open)
Catch Steven Ellis during the week or at the Jobs BoF for a chat about any roles with Red Hat anywhere in the world
Silverpond (Machine Learning)
Feel free to ask Andy Gelme for the low-down on Silverpond ... a Melbourne based A.I / Machine Learning consultancy and product development company. Silverpond has three immediate positions for Dev Ops, Senior Software Engineer and a Machine Learning Practitioner. More details here.
I'll be at the Open Hardware Mini-Conference all day Monday ... wrangling scale-model self-driving ML/A.I cars. Or at any time throughout LCA2019. Or email jonathan.chang at silverpond.com.au directly
We have many open positions, both in offices and remote (in many countries), including software engineering roles, plus various sales and support and consulting and management-y options. For more details see SUSE Careers, or come find Tim Serong.
Please check individual job listings for details of remote work, even if the search results summary shows a specific location in the wrong country for you :-)
Trent 'lathiat' Lloyd will be around during the week and at the Jobs BoF and would love to find you a home in one of the teams at Canonical. Canonical is the company behind the Ubuntu distribution and is a remote company with people working from many different countries around the world primarily from home. We have a number of openings including APAC and as most positions are work-from-home you won't need to relocate!
Feel free to check out our Jobs Board or find me during the week (ping lathiat on twitter or IRC to find me)!
Yubico are hiring! We've got offices in Seattle and Palo Alto in the USA, Stockholm in Sweden and even in Sunny™ Melbourne! (Yes, the Australian one, not the one in Florida.) If you've got a background in dev, devops, sec, secops, or even devsecops then we'd love to hear from you. Benno will be around at Linux.conf.au and would be happy to chat, or you can drop him an email.
People Looking for Work
Feel free to add yourself here if you're looking for work, but please note that this is a public wiki, so don't post any personal details you don't want the whole world to see.
- Dr. Morgan Leigh Greetings. I'm a speaker at this year's conference and am looking for either part time or contract work. I love research. Any kind of research or writing will be right down my alley. I'd love to be a lore designer for your game or world! I need to be able to work remotely from my farm in sunny Tasmania, but am happy to do some travel. I am particularly interested in ethics, virtual worlds, copyright, Wikipedia, and open almost anything.
- Keith Gerritsen Hi Everyone, I am a Volunteer at LCA 2019, and I am looking for a new Role. I'm an Experienced Sys Admin, Sys Eng, Consultant and IT Professional. I am interested in being in a great team and using Technology to improve business outcomes with such things as such as Docker, Kubernettes, Virtualisation, DevOps practices, Firewalls and Security. I live locally to Christchurch, I am happy to work remotely and do some travel, I will be an AV tech somewhere here, so come and have a chat, Thanks! :)
- David Moore Python, C++, Linux software developer. Living near Punakaiki, on the West Coast of the South Island, between the bush of the Paparoa Ranges and the Tasman Sea might seem remote, but I am only 49 milliseconds from Wellington. (Speedtest varies of course, but illustrates the point). I am looking for work (contract or part-time) that I can do remotely, or from Greymouth or Westport.