Software Engineer - Expression Of Interest at Tyro

Engineering, Full-time, 155 Clarence St, Sydney, NSW, 2000 sydney engineering full-time
Description
Posted 3 months ago
Who we are

Launching in 2003, Tyro has grown to become Australia's largest EFTPOS provider of all ADI's outside of the big 4 banks. With almost 500 employees, $13.4 billion in transactions in 2018, we are much more than an EFTPOS provider - Tyro is an ASX listed Australian bank and operates under the supervision of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

With 10 industry firsts to market, we're giving the business banking world a good shake up, with smart technology that saves Australian businesses time and money. Come and be a part of the Tyro journey.

Please Note:

As part of Tyro's exit strategy through the current COVID situation, we are currently seeking Expressions of Interest from Software Engineers open to discussing potential opportunities within our Engineering team!

** The successful person's start date will be reliant on the impact of COVID. We understand that there are various situations where you may be seeking to move into something ASAP. Although we may not be able to bring you on board with Tyro immediately, the Talent Acquisition team may be able to provide some general advice regarding your application. **


About being a Software Engineer with Tyro!

Tyro’s Engineering team is one of the most disciplined agile organisations in the country. We’re renowned for practicing Extreme Programming and we actively maintain a strong engineering culture that most IT workers only ever dream about.
 
This is a unique opportunity to innovate, strategise and implement the best possible approach to a number of complex technical challenges. Tyro has a deep rooted eXtreme Programming and agile culture where engineers pair on tasks to build high quality solutions to support our ever growing POS and banking client base.

We're open to chatting with people who are knowledgable of either Front-End or Back-End technologies with React, Java or Kotlin.