Python developer - Melbourne Region


Position summary

We're building a web platform to enable machine learning to deliver insights from the impending wave of wearable and implantable devices about to enter the healthcare market. The platform will collect and enable curation of annotated biomedical data from these devices allowing us to provide personalised insights, predictions, and alerts to patients in real-time. The platform currently supports our at-home EEG-ECG diagnostic services and will soon support clinical trials of devices carried out by partner companies.

We’re looking to hire a Python developer to work alongside our data scientists and web developers and help us integrate and automate our machine learning models and workflows.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Refactoring code and models from our data scientists into automated, tested, production ready software integrated into the larger platform

  • Develop tools and automated processes for updating and further developing our machine learning algorithms

  • Responding to any issues or priorities according to the determined level of urgency

  • Proactively raising issues or ideas for how any aspect of the web platform should be built

  • Be an active member of the team's development and learning


Skills and experience

We are looking for people with the following attributes:

  • 3+ years of experience writing Python (in a professional capacity)

  • Experience and passion for software testing, security, code review, and documentation

  • Ability to work well in a diverse team with different backgrounds and experience levels

In addition to these base requirements, we are particularly interested in people with experience in:

  • Web development (e.g. Django)

  • Data science

  • JavaScript (especially NodeJS)

  • Git, CI/CD, and agile development practices

  • Managing and monitoring server infrastructure (especially on AWS)

  • GraphQL

  • SQL

  • Docker

  • Building software systems that manage health data

  • Developing against software standards (e.g. IEC 62304)



Salary range: $90k-$120k negotiable, plus 9.5% superannuation.


Application Process

Please via email an application (CV and coverletter) through to the contact details below.

If you’re unsure about the role or would like more information please contact us and we’d be happy to chat with you about it.

We are not interested in being contacted by recruiters about this position.



Robert Kerr, Systems Architect

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