JOB

Full Stack Developer

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Australian Capital Territory

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Agency / Department

Attorney-General's Department

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$130 per hour***

Overview and Responsibilities

The Attorney-General's Department (AGD) is seeking the services of a skilled Full Stack Developer with React and .Net Core experience working as part of a multi-disciplinary team on projects delivered using an iterative / agile approach.

Essential Criteria

1.    The right attitude is paramount to successful outcomes. You are someone that enjoys working in a tight-knit agile project team that includes technical staff and stakeholders. You communicate well, share knowledge and experiences, have a can-do and flexible approach, and recognise the importance of following Department processes and documentation requirements.

2.    You must have strong knowledge and experience in:

  •      Open Source application development including REST api development 
  •      .NET Core (we use 3.1 or later)
  •      SPA technologies including Angular or React
  •      Team Foundation Server (TFS) and/or GIT

3.    You should have some exposure or experience in:

  •      Amazon Web Services (AWS) development including knowledge of technologies such as           AWS Lambda or other microservices experience

4.    You should have aptitude or experience for setting up:

  •      Automated CI/CD pipelines through controlled release paths preferably including proactive        application security testing through a DevSecOps approach

Desired Criteria

1.     You could have experience, knowledge of or aptitude toward:

  •      NodeJS
  •      Infrastructure as code
  •      Performance and load testing
  •      User Interface design
  •      Integration with identity or biometric platforms and/or services

Security Clearance

Must have current negative vetting level 1 clearance

Contract Extensions

The department may extend for period or periods up to 30 June 2022