Graduate Software Engineer

Job Locations AU-WA-Perth
Job ID
Permanent Employee


A better customer journey. 

We are a global transport technology company helping more than 13 million people get where they need to go, every single day. Our product-driven approach means we can deliver cost-effective solutions for our customers and are always looking for the next project where we can make a difference for operators and riders alike. We are passionate about creating a better customer journey.



We've built a passionate team of hard-working and collaborative people from all over the world. We make bold and innovative decisions which shape us as market leaders operating in more than 200 cities. We are honest and hold each other accountable in our mission to excel as a team to make transit providers successful. These are our values!


Find out more about your new workplace here!
Join our Perth HQ, one of WA’s only truly global tech organisations. Work with the team in Australia and support our other hub/satellite offices, including Denver (US), Cambridge (UK), France, and Sweden, to deliver the latest in transport technology and innovation.


We're on the hunt for passionate and collaborative Software Engineering & Computer Science Graduates to work within our Devices and Product Engineering Teams.


You will be a recent Graduate, with a maximum of one year post grad work experience, or a student who is due to complete their course in 2020 with a passion for learning. You will receive mentorship and guidance from industry leaders and be a major contributor to our company. We are looking for motivated, technically adept, delivery-focused graduates keen to contribute to a passionate team who love doing what they do.



What will you be responsible for?

  • Provide engineering support when building, deploying, configuring, testing, and supporting systems for customers
  • Write testable well documented code.
  • Understand the data and the business solutions we provide
  • Implement peer-reviewed software, focusing on re-use, object-oriented design, and unit testing.
  • Develop automated unit tests for all implemented software and Identify risks and resolve issues during the project life cycle.
  • Ensure the quality and maintainability of software and related work products


What does our ideal candidate look like?

  • Degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or other related disciplines (or due to complete end of 2020)
  • Understanding of any of the following programming languages (C/C++/Java) and/or scripting (Unix Shell Scripting, Python, Typescript/Javascript).
  • An interest in learning about Android, Linux and Cloud technologies (AWS)
  • High level problem-solving skills, with a demonstrated ability to investigate complex issues.
  • Enjoys working in a team environment.
  • Candidates must hold current Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residence to be eligible



As the successful candidate, you will be ready to commence your journey with us in early 2021.




What’s in it for you?

Besides the opportunity to work for a global company that is customer focused and values its people.

  • A truly flexible working environment - work from home options
  • Contribute from day one in this hands-on role
  • A focus on learning and development
  • Competitive market rate salary 



Sounds good? Then apply now.

Add your resume and anything else to showcase why you would be a great addition to our team. Don’t forget to include confirmation of your working rights and a copy of your most recent transcript or completed degree certificate.




No recruitment agencies, please! We won’t accept any introductions. 



Vix Technology  is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all people and want to build a workforce as diverse as the community we serve. We aim to have a work environment where everyone feels included and everyone can realise their full potential.




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