Displaying items by tag: Engineering

Tuesday, 10 August 2021 12:04

Job offers, hirings increase despite lockdown

The number of new jobs on offer to Australian executives increased in July despite the severe and continuing lockdown in New South Wales and occasionally other states, according to a new report from human resources firm EL Consult.

Published in Recruitment

The information technology sector just pipped marketing at the post to be the best performer, assisted again by increased private sector positions, according to the June executive demand index report from executive search firm EL Consult.

Published in Recruitment

Global professional services firm Accenture has acquired Australia’s Electro 80, a leading provider of operational technology (OT) for resources clients in Australia, including mining, energy, engineering, construction and utilities companies.

Published in Deals

Apple plans to make new contributions of more than $430 billion in the US and add 20,000 jobs across the country over the next five years.

Published in IT Industry

The CSIRO founded deep tech investment fund Main Sequence has completed a capital raising of $250 milion for its second fund to help it continue its mission aimed at solving the world’s biggest problems in health, food, space, and industrial productivity, by turning science and research into breakthrough companies.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 24 February 2021 01:10

DyFlex, LTI partner on provision of ERP solutions

Perth-based business solutions provider DyFlex Solutions and global technology consulting and digital solutions company Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) are partnering to provide engineering and construction and operations (EC&O) companies with the technology and skills to rapidly implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions.

Published in Deals

Autodesk has stayed ahead of the curve over nearly the last four decades to become a true powerhouse in products and services for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education and entertainment industries, and we spoke to its Australian MD during the last day of its 2020 conference.

Published in Business IT

Global open-source software host, GitHub, serves 56 million users and is the custodian of billions of lines of open-source code. With such a product, on-call is part of life, but it doesn’t have to come at the expense of work-life balance or accepting technical debt.

Published in Open Source

British technology and engineering consultancy BJSS has chosen Melbourne as the city where it will set up its first office in Australia as it expands to this region.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Australia's foreign intelligence agency, ASIS, is looking for potential recruits to fill tech and other roles in the organisation.

Published in Recruitment
Monday, 06 July 2020 11:08

VAPAR raises $700,000 in seed funding

Stormwater and sewerage pipelines infrastructure repair and maintenance provider VAPAR, which utilises artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate condition assessments, has raised $700,000 in seed funding.

Published in Business Intelligence

Germany-based, global enterprise software company Software AG is partnering with Victoria's Swinburne University of Technology to provide its IoT platform to the university for research and education purposes.

Published in Education

Employment opportunities for Australian executives are growing again after two months of coronavirus lockdown, according to a report by executive search firm EL Consult, and despite IT executive job advertising falling by 1% in May.

Published in Recruitment

Researchers at Western Australia’s Curtin University say they can now take their work to new heights and depths with the addition of a futuristic Hologram Table at the HIVE, the university’s Hub for Immersive Visualisation and eResearch.

Published in Strategy

Are you a problem solver? Renowned British visionary, inventor and Dyson founder and CEO, James Dyson, is on the hunt for bright minds with fresh ideas world-wide, and it's not too late to enter!

Published in Development

Australia has not yet made the systemic changes required to achieve diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, according to the findings of newly released research.

Published in Strategy

Global engineering software company Altair is collaborating with RMIT University to provide unlimited access to high-tech simulation software used by Boeing, Telstra and GM Holden to reduce the weight of aeroplane and automotive structures.

Published in Education

The demand for executives in the Australian ICT sector waxes and wanes on a monthly basis, but was second only to the financial sector in demand for August as the country’s jobs market trends towards its highest level in seven years.

Published in Recruitment

Newly opened start-of-the-art research facilities at the University of Technology Sydney will attract companies and researchers from around the globe to work on new projects in engineering and digital transformation, according to a senior UTS academic.

Published in Education

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