All candidates for employment with Ebor must be:
- eligible to work in Australia,
- eligible for a Defence security clearance, and
- willing to travel from time to time as necessary.
What sort of people are we looking for?
We require that you have a computing, mathematical, scientific or engineering degree, and a demonstrated ability to understand mathematical concepts. Training will be given but new employees are also expected to be proactive in gaining and maintaining applicable skills.
Ebor has opportunities from time to time for qualified engineering and computing professionals with more than four years experience. Two avenues are possible:
- Staff Membership, and
- Associates, who are self-employed.
Staff members will enjoy the normal benefits of regular employment. The benefit level will relate to the relative value of the potential staff member. Part-time may be possible for some people.
Associates will be either casual or part-time employees, or registered businesses in their own right. They are expected to comply with legislation regarding taxation. Typically, Associates will have a wealth of experience from our market base. They could be people retired from the public service, the armed forces or from industry.
Associates may be invited to become staff members if they wish.
Undergraduates and Graduate Students
Ebor is happy to hear from undergraduate and post-graduate students seeking work experience, casual or part time work. We may have opportunities from time to time to offer paid work that is relevant to computing studies.
Our highest priorities are service to the customer and to each other. By service we mean that our people should be:
- open-minded, and
In the case of our customers, our aim is to make their experience of Ebor as positive and useful as possible.
If you have these qualities and a strong desire to demonstrate technical excellence, why not join us?
Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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