Applications are now open (closing at midnight tonight!) for the following CEED projects. These projects will suit final year BInfTech or Master of InfTech students.
A scholarship ($3,000) + academic credit will be awarded to the successful applicants.
CEED projects applications closing tonight:
Applicants must register and apply online + upload their resume (including unofficial academic transcript + student number) by the deadline. An interview and selection process will be conducted by the company – co-ordinated by CEED.
Opportunity available at Boeing Defence Australia for recent graduates in Master of Electronic Engineering to work with the P&I team in completing ongoing Hardware development work.
This opportunity is available with an ASAP start date.
If you are interested, please send your resume to Candice Wedlock firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mining3 is offering a scholarship over the summer for a 3rd year (or higher) Electronics or Mechatronics Engineering student. Expressions of interest are closing today (30 November)!
The scholarship is available to a student commencing in November/December 2016 and running to February/March 2017. Open for applications and expression of interest until 30 November 2016. Note that the application period may close earlier if a suitable applicant is found sooner.
Applicants at least be in their third year of university studying Electronics or Mechatronics Engineering. Interest, experience and knowledge in photonics and fibre optic systems will be highly beneficial.
The successful applicant will be offered a position for approximately 10 weeks to conduct research under scholarship from Mining3 during the summer university holiday period. The successful applicant will be based at Mining3’s head office at Pinjarra Hills. Remuneration will be dependent on the applicants experience and performance and will be approximately $300 per week.
EXPLOSIVES PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
Read more about the role in the description here.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
To express your interest in this position, send a cover letter including your address, phone number and a statement describing your suitability for the position to the email address below. Please also include your curriculum vita, academic records, and the contact details of at least two referees.
Eve McDonald, Personal Assistant / Human Resources Officer, Mining3
T 07 3365 5635 E email@example.com
Centor (http://www.centor.com/au/about) has a graduate software developer position available. This is a full-time position based at Eagle Farm and will commence early January 2017.
We are seeking a bright graduate software developer to take over development and maintenance of our ERP system, Microsoft Dynamics Ax. Our installation of Dynamics Ax is heavily customised and we currently use it to automate our core processes end to end, from having our dealers create quotes for customized door openings in a web front-end, to forecasting inventory consumption, all the way through to automating various CNC machines and PLC controlled robots to produce the order.
Their primary responsibilities will be:
- Design and develop new modifications to Microsoft Dynamics Ax
- Provide support to existing code base including maintenance, enhancements or bug fixing
- Facilitate creation and documentation of the system design and functional specifications
- Creating reports using SQL queries and Excel, and eventually, migrate reports to a new reporting package
- Application support to end users
Experience is desired in the following areas
- Developing software in an object-oriented programming language (C# preferred)
- Web development
- Writing SQL queries and stored procedures
- Using version control (GIT/SVN/TFS)
The programming language used in Dynamics Ax is X++, and it is quite similar to C# and Java. The X++ programming language is unique to Dynamics Ax, so no previous experience with it is expected. All necessary training courses for Microsoft Dynamics Ax will be provided.
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian Citizenship and PR is required.
10510: Software Development IC1
A 3-month Internship position is available at Oracle Labs this summer to work on a new project — Transpilation of C/C++ to Dlang or Rust. The successful candidate will be experienced with C/C++, building C/C++ code bases in a Linux/Unix environment, and troubleshooting compilation issues. An ideal candidate will also have experience with benchmarking, profile guided optimization, modern systems programming languages (e.g Dlang, Rust), implementation of compilers, programming languages, and/or static analysis tools.
The aim of the project is to assess the runtime performance of modern systems programming languages (e.g Dlang, Rust) compared to C/C++, as applied to databases and/or operating systems. The project will involve performing benchmarking on synthetic performance test suites and representative open source software, built with a range of compilers. Comparisons may also include optimization, including profile guided optimization, to compare the best performance attainable with these techniques.
Oracle Labs is the research arm for Oracle. We focus on Program Analysis as it applies to a variety of domains, including bug-checking, security analysis, enhancing productivity, testing and more. The team is best known for its research on static code analysis that led to scalable and precise algorithms embedded in the Parfait bug-checking tool. For more information please refer to http://labs.oracle.com/locations/australia.
- Demonstrable strong programming skills in C/C++;
- Demonstrable capacity to work independently and collaboratively;
- Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.
- Experience benchmarking C/C++ programs;
- Experience using profiling tools and profile guided optimization;
- Knowledge and experience with internals of a compiler (e.g., Clang), and/or static analysis tools;
- Interest in modern systems programming languages, such as Dlang or Rust.
If you are interested in applying, please send PDF of your CV and academic transcript to Juliette Hatton at email@example.com.
Boeing Defence Australia are currently seeking applicants studying at a Bachelor level or above in Software Engineering.
This will be a 4 week paid internship with the potential to extend.
To express your interest, send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to customer requirements we can only accept applications from Australian citizens with eligibility to obtain a Defence Security Clearance.
BDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that fosters a diverse workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
The application date for 2 Oracle CEED projects has been extended to 27 November! Apply now!!
Final year thesis (2017) / Master students in IT, Software Engineering, Computer Systems Eng, Computer Science students apply ASAP. Oracle Labs would like to find 2 more students and get them started before Christmas, if possible.
NOTE: applicants must have STRONG programming skills, solid understanding of data structures and algorithms (incl. Grade 6/7 in relevant subjects).
TO APPLY: students must register and apply via CEED’s website: www.corptech.com.au (and upload their resume – including academic transcript)
For feedback for students applying for these/CEED projects – students can email their resume to Deidre Marczynski (in Word format) – email@example.com
Are you eligible for the Order of Australia Association Foundation Scholarship? If you were enrolled full-time in the second year (at the end of semester 2, 2016) of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program studying in one of these fields of engineering – electrical engineering, electrical and biomedical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechatronic engineering and software engineering you may be eligible to apply.
How to Apply: Visit this web site: http://www.uq.edu.au/scholarships for a copy of the scholarship rules and application form.
Value of the scholarship: $20,000 per annum for 2 years.
Eligibility: Before applying, please review the scholarships rules and check your eligibility.
Applications: Applications are open now and will close 5pm on Sunday 27 November 2016 .
Please don’t hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Davidson Projects & Operations are currently recruiting multiple electrical engineering graduate roles for a government client in Brisbane.
They are contract roles for approx. 3 – 4 months to start immediately.
Completion, or near completion of an electrical engineering degree is required, and some relevant work experience will also be well regarded. The ability to work full time and commit to a 3 – 4 month contract is necessary.
An hourly rate is payable.
Apply asap! Any interested candidates should contact Donna Ison, Senior Consultant, directly on 07 3023 1000 or email@example.com as timeframes are quite tight and potentially interested and suitable candidates need to forwarded to the client in the next couple of days.
Transurban offers a mentoring program for female engineering and technology university students (Females Excelling in Engineering and Technology – FEET).
The program involves a female student spending approximately 5 days at Transurban, working closely with a key mentor and observing and discussing the realities of the profession. The intention behind the program is to encourage females into the profession by providing them with support and experience even before they graduate. Our next intake will be over the winter break in June/July.
More information can be found in the program brochure.
Applications are open until 20 November 2016.
Students can apply directly at: http://www.transurban.com/opportunities.htm.
Direct any questions to Beth Kirkwood on (03) 8686 8165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.