Developer – Rules as Code Fellowship (Remote)
Note on hiring: We actively seek applications from women, non-binary, and Black, Indigenous, People of Colour and others belonging to underrepresented groups in the tech industry.
We’re looking for developers who are interested in joining a series of Fellowships we’re running with the NSW government based around Rules as Code.
Rules as Code is a concept for building legislation and policy that is both readable by humans and written in code. Since government teams need to build and maintain digital services to help customers and businesses interact with their legislation, why not create the legislation directly as software?
Key experience for Developers
– Experience with Python and web based APIs
– Willingness to advocate for the use of the platform in multi-disciplinary teams under the “Better Rules” model
Plus bonus points for
– Familiarity with OpenFisca platform
– Ability to develop custom tools for analysis and reporting
– Experience with modern CI workflow and virtualisation
Other general selection criteria
– Ability to clearly communicate your work and decision making, including to non-technical stakeholders
– Interest or experience in Human Centred Design and Agile ways of working
– Team orientated, comfortable with remote working in a distributed, self-managed team
The nitty-gritty details
These roles are part of a Code for Australia Fellowship — a paid program for experienced technologists and designers. Our cross-functional teams are embedded in government agencies to develop digital tools which deliver key public services to those who need help the most. You’d be working closely with teams within the NSW government including a dedicated Product Owner.
These will be remote, full-time roles for a period of 6 months, open to everyone with the right to work in Australia. The salary we offer is $100k per annum, including super, prorated for the duration of the contract.
These Fellowships are due to start on 1st February 2021 with interviews commencing on a rolling basis soon.
We actively seek applications from women, non-binary, and Black, Indigenous, People of Colour and others belonging to underrepresented groups in the tech industry.
Interested? Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch. If you’re not sure if you have the right experience, we encourage you to apply anyway and we can discuss it together.
PLEASE NOTE: Any applications subitted after 17th December will be looked at and responded to from Monday 4th January.
– Irina Anastasiu, Fellow, Moreton Bay Regional Council
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