We’re hiring, so if you’re a front end developer, then you’re in the right place.
We’re always looking for motivated and friendly front end developers but we have a number of wonderful front end projects that need some love and attention right now. The projects are multifaceted and exciting and you’ll be working with some of Australia’s greatest brands.
Not only that but we’re also a genuinely great place to work, having a 4.4 star rating on Glassdoor. At Biarri, you’ll get to develop your skills further and work with new technologies in a supportive and helpful team environment as a part of your day to day work. We value diversity and new perspectives, so everyone is welcome at Biarri.
If you’re a front end developer, then check out what we’re looking for here and get in touch.
Some of the great companies that you’ll be working with
Join us at the most fun maths conference of the year
It’s been two years and it’s back on again: the Biarri Applied Mathematics conference – BAM 2018 – is the top maths conference in Australia. The who’s who in mathematics and industry are coming. Have you got your tickets yet?
Time is running out for you to join us for this rare biannual event. It was sold out last time and will sell out quickly again. The best part? The tickets are free.
In less than 2 months, you can take part too.
This year’s event will involve the industry leaders from Amazon, Telstra, Carlton FC and many more as well as top researchers from UQ, RMIT and QUT. Spread over two days, the 20th and 21st of November, at the architecturally stunning RMIT building 80 on Swanston St, you’ll discover expert discussions, see maths in action at the demo table, rub shoulders with thought leaders and talk to your peers in an intimate environment.
The theme of this year’s BAM is invisible intelligence. At the event, you will learn how mathematics is powering the supertrends around us: AI, Machine Learning, Quantum Computing and even Machine Learning on Quantum Computers!
Not only that but you’ll discover how maths is powering more everyday things like delivering the lettuce to Coles that you bought today or allowing you to connect to the internet. You’ll see how maths can help drive down the costs and drive up the efficiency to scale tools on a global level.
How can you use maths in your job to make better decisions? How can you use maths to save costs and be more efficient? What does cutting edge maths look like?
At BAM2018 you’ll discover the answers to these questions and much more so get your tickets here now.
It’s important that we take the time out to congratulate those that are really striving to achieve in the areas of Mathematics and Computer Science.
This year we went back to the drawing board and re-built one of our long running University support programs, specifically around how we can encourage women who are challenging the industry and doing something different.
We want to acknowledge those who are as passionate as we are about maths and computer sciences, and are working to make an impact within the community and industry.
Along with all of the other winners of awards across the RMIT University’s School of Science Awards Ceremony. We want to congratulate and point out:
- Chloe Lilkendey for doing awesome things across Mathematics, and
- Jacqueline Shadforth for her achievements in Computer Science.
Both Chloe and Jacqueline will be receiving $1000, a 30 day paid internship at the Biarri Melbourne offices, and also unlimited use of our Melbourne Offices for 6 months as a co-working space.
If you, or someone you know is eager to see how we are using maths and computer science to change our world, don’t hesitate to get in touch or checkout our careers page. We’re always looking for disrupters, and out-of the box thinkers looking to make change!
Another year, another AMSI Optimise! We love this event. Its a perfect opportunity for people who want to network within the mathematical optimisation community across both academia and industry, and public or private practitioners who are interested in the benefits of collaboration with operations research.
We are proud to be the AMSI Optimise industry sponsor for the 2018 theme, ‘Decision Making Under Uncertainty & Humanitarian Applications’ and will have several Biarri-ites attending, as well as one of our co-founders, Joe Forbes, speaking on the topic of Optimisation Under Risk on Day 1.
At Biarri, we recognise the power of Commercial Mathematics is drawn from connecting with the brightest mathematicians and statisticians, and this is one of the great opportunities we have to find hungry people to grow with us solving complex problems for big businesses!
Register now to learn more about AMSI, the latest progress in Operations Research and network with a wide range of academic and industry communities.
See you there!