Join our team.
At Displayr, we’re working to solve the biggest problem in data science: it is just too hard to do.
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.
Junior Software Engineer
We are looking for an exceptional Junior Software Engineer to join our team in our Glebe office. This is a junior level role, so we would consider graduates, or candidates with less than 3 years’ experience in Software Engineering. This is an exciting opportunity to work on something extremely challenging and interesting, and be mentored by some of the best in the industry.
Sales Support Intern
We are looking for a talented Sales Support intern who will be responsible for identifying and qualifying sales opportunities in North America. The role focuses on identifying prospects with the right business need, conducting information-gathering to help pre-qualify opportunities for the sales organization through phone and email contact, as well as scheduling meetings for the sales team.
Software Engineers – Expressions of Interest
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.
Full-time Sydney, Australia
We are seeking a talented and dynamic individual to manage all aspects of financial and commercial management within the business.
We are looking for a talented growth marketer to plan and execute growth marketing for us.
Our vision is to live in a world where evidence, rather than guesses and assumptions, drives decision-making.