We're building apps that brings data science, visualization, and reporting to everyone. Our two main products are Displayr, the world's first complete data science tool; and Q, the complete toolkit for market researchers. Our core business is a combination of advanced software engineering and data science, coupled with elegant design.
We currently have offices in Sydney, Chicago, and London.
Our exciting growth means we are now looking for an experienced and driven Customer Success Manager to join our remote team based in London.
A newly created opportunity for a passionate and capable UI/UX Designer now exists in our Glebe office. Working with some of the best engineers in the business, this role is for you to manage and own!
We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our team at Displayr. The ideal candidate for the role will be a great developer who loves software design, coding, new technology.
Are you are highly capable, talented and passionate Software Engineer graduating in late 2019?Are you looking to join a dynamic and interesting startup that has solid foundations and unique product offerings? If so, please read on.
As our expansion into North America continues, we are seeking an experienced and diligent ‘Account Executive’ to join our global business.
As our expansion into North America continues, we are seeking a highly experienced, dedicated and proactive Marketing Coordinator to join our global business based in our Chicago office.
As our expansion across Australia, Asia and India continues, we are seeking an experienced and diligent ‘Account Executive’ to join our global business.
At Displayr, we are always looking for exceptional talent to join our team. Although we might not be actively recruiting a specific Software Engineer role right now, we understand that good people are hard to come by, and if the right person comes along and they believe in our values and are passionate about what we do, we are always keen to hear about it.
Our vision is to live in a world where evidence, rather than guesses and assumptions, drives decision-making.