Junior Linux Engineer - Castlepoint

Casthepoint is an Australian SMW based in Canberra, offering an AI-based compliance automation product for Records and Information Management. Castlepoint automatically registers, reads, classifies and links information across large datasets. It also does discovery, audit and automated application of regulatory rules for information handling, retention and security. Castlepoint is looking for a Junior Engineer to join the team. This is a full time, flexible, ongoing role, based in Canberra. Part time will be considered.

About the role

What are we looking for?
A - An eager to learn Junior Linux Engineer to join the Castlepoint team.


What type of role?
A – This is a full time, flexible, ongoing role, based in Canberra. Part time options are considered.


Why Castlepoint?
A - Castlepoint is a disruptive AI technology which has permanently changed the way enterprises manage their information. We are a multi-award winning team working at the cutting edge of new tech, and we have a strong focus on ethics and quality. We have a culture of employee wellbeing and development, with flexible working options, tailored benefits and development plans, and a fantastic working environment. We have incredibly high staff satisfaction and wellness,  provide genuine benefits to our people, and seek to employ diverse team members who represent our wider community. 


Why a junior Linux Engineer?
A - The Linux Engineer is the key resource for system implementation and sustainment. You will learn from our CTO and other senior resources, so that you can manage the installation and patching processes of the Castlepoint product, and assist with reporting, monitoring, security, container workload management, and scripting. You will engage with our government and commercial clients, and be a trusted member of the BAU team. You will also be involved in developing new capabilities, automation, and enhancements with our platform, using microservices in a containerized, highly available architecture, both on premises and in the cloud.


How much experience do I need?
A – You do not need prior work experience, as this is a graduate role.  However, we expect you to have completed undergraduate Computer Science or Engineering studies at University, and be familiar with Linux-type servers.


Anything else?
A - You must be an Australian citizen, and you will need to pass a Police check.

Our company is growing incredibly quickly, and we are seeking the best-of-the-best to join us as we change the world. If you share our values of ethics and integrity, and have a real talent and motivation for what you do, we want to meet you. Contact us at info@castlepoint.systems if you think you may be a fit for this role, or for any more information.


Summary of key tasks:

  • Linux engineering/administration
  • Deploy servers and applications 
  • Undertake deployment validation 
  • Produce implementation documentation 
  • Manage and support servers 
  • Monitor servers 
  • Troubleshoot issues
  • Design and develop automations for deployment and sustainment 
  • Develop improved procedures 
  • Research problems and issues 


Relevant University or equivalent degree in technology or engineering (essential)
Relevant Linux-related vendor certification/s (desirable)
Relevant change management certifications such as ITIL (desirable)
Australian Citizenship and Police check.


When do I start
A – This role is recruiting now for an immediate start, however we can be flexible with start date for those completing studies this semester.


How do I apply?

A - please contact Rosanna at rosannaj@stlpconsulting.com

Application closing date

1 August 2021
Study level: 

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