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IT Developer

  • 500731
  • West Perth, WA, Australia
  • Full Time

The Role

Your role as IT Developer, you will be responsible for enhancing and maintaining a suite of products to enable APM frontline employees to meet the mission of APM and to make a difference to those who need it, around the world. You will be a part of an inclusive, fast paced and high performing team who strives for success of our community focused for purpose business. This is permanent full-time role, based in Perth or Sydney.

In this role you’ll:

  • Learn about and use emerging technologies to create software for internal use and to support APM internal customers with a variety of projects and products including:
    • 6 main case management systems
    • Integrations and APIs across the business
    • Bespoke applications
    • Enhancing APM’s Azure footprint

Skills you'll bring:

  • Advanced client development skills in at least one of the following HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript frameworks (Angular, React.JS, JQuery, Knockout etc)
  • In depth experience in full stack projects including
    • C# .Net development
    • SQL Server or similar large-scale relational databases
    • Microsoft Entity Framework
    • Web API
    • Unit testing and test-driven development.
  • Experience with Cloud based development and deployment, especially within Azure
  • Demonstrated experience with agile development methodologies
  • A solutions mindset

What's in it for you?

Working with a growing global business, you’ll get to be involved in strategic M&A, organic growth and due diligence. Additionally, you’ll chart your own career growth with lots of opportunity to move through the business.

You truly will enable better lives by enabling our frontline health professionals’ access to the best technology solutions to improve services within the community.

Our solutions include the latest tech stacks and next horizon technologies, you’ll be involved with learning about and implement emerging technologies.

You will also be provided laptop, phone, flexible / hybrid working arrangements, purchased additional annual leave, private health discounts, and more.

About APM Group

We’re a diverse team of over 9,000 people across 11 countries with a shared purpose - to enable better lives. Our purpose is the common thread that lives in everything we do, and it starts with enabling better lives for our employees and their families too.

Our work enables the people we serve to realise their ambitions and aspirations through sustainable employment, independence, better health and wellbeing, and increased social participation.

When you join APM, there’s an opportunity to grow your career in Human Services, across multiple global brands and geographies. You can expect a great work-life balance, extensive learning opportunities, networking programs and employee benefits. But most of all you can expect to make a lasting impact on the lives of others, who rely on our services.  

At APM we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures including indigenous peoples, the LGBTQI+ community and people with a disability.

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