We’re a modern, flexible, virtual organisation with great national and international connections. Our small team is caring, fun to work with, and we use the latest and greatest internet technology. As an internet organisation, we adopted remote and flexible working well before it was fashionable, and it’s in our nature.
Working with us, you’ll get respect and a great opportunity to grow in an industry that is genuinely critical to Australian society. We’ll support your ongoing learning, with generous leave provisions, and provide a workplace where you can thrive and develop in an organisation that sets the standard for internet delivery.
IAA welcomes people from diverse cultural and language backgrounds, and works to support those with disability in the workplace. We’ll respect your life experience and what makes you unique.
About the role
Our network provides the glue that makes the internet work. In this role, you will be responsible for activating the interconnection of internet access and content networks across our Internet Exchange Points. Our network and services operate 24 x 7 across Australia, and New Zealand, and growing. We aim to set the standard for technical internet performance, in extending industry know-how and in the tools and services to make the Internet better. This role balances the routine of activations, network monitoring and troubleshooting with interesting projects such as new sites, new tools and interaction with your peers around the world to deliver the best Internet we can.
Skills and experience
A successful profile will include:
- Commitment to outstanding client service, teamwork and results.
- Previous demonstrated strong service provider networking knowledge (IPv4/v6, MPLS, OSPF, MP-BGP, VPLS/VPWS) across multiple vendors
- Previous demonstrated experience in a similar role
- Relevant tertiary degree or equivalent work experience
- Exceptional troubleshooting skills with an ability to self-direct, checking in appropriately for technical review
- Demonstrated moderate to advanced Linux skills in orchestration and software development
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, you document the network and systems in a clear, complete and practical way and can explain it well
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in software development, especially network automation including tooling and process
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience of internet industry both locally and globally
- Demonstrated organisational and prioritisation skills
- Ability to work outside of business hours when necessary
- Eligibility to work in Australia on a permanent basis
If you are a technologist who understands the essential nature of the Internet and wants to build it within an organisation positioned for continued growth and success, please apply including a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV.