Hi! We're looking
for a Senior Software Engineer
Power Diary
Power Diary is a leading healthcare practice management system used in Australia, New Zealand, UK, US & Canada.
Our mission is simple: To provide health practitioners with the ultimate Practice Management Software that makes running a health practice easier and more rewarding.
About us
Victoria, Australia
Ten years ago, Australian brothers, Paul and Damien Adler founded Power Diary. Together, they combine Damien's experience running and growing successful health practices, with Paul's 25 years technology experience building and managing technology projects.

We are still relatively small, but self-funded and growing strongly.

This is an exciting time to be at Power Diary – we have some great plans for the future and many challenging things to work on. We hope you'll consider joining our team and being part of our story!
✨ Job Description
As a Software Engineer at Power Diary, you will be responsible for developing features end-to-end. You will need to get right into our code base, understand it, and make it better. You will manage your cards on the team's Kanban board. You will write, test, and deploy your code, and review your peer's pull requests. You will have to consider the architecture of new and existing features as you work, research different ways to do something, identify the best of them, and code it all up. Think clearly and tell us when we're wrong.

Want to know more about the types of features you could be working on? This short video will get you up to speed fast.

Does this sound like you?
  • You have several years experience working on full-stack development
  • You enjoy being part of a team, growing and helping one another
  • You get excited when you have the chance to pair
  • You are always interested in learning new things
  • You enjoy being responsive to customer feedback
  • You practice test-driven development and judicious refactoring
  • You are a pragmatic problem solver, knowing how to find the middle ground between "perfect, but takes forever to code" and "fixes it now, but nobody will ever be able to understand what I did"
  • You work well in a small team with a clear mission
  • You are detail-oriented and precise in code, communication, and documentation
  • You have the insight to know what's important and the dedication to get it done
We prefer working with people who live in locations where the time zone is Amsterdam Time +/- 2 hours but will consider candidates from other timezones if the match is very strong.

Skills required:
While existing experience with the technologies we use is welcome, an open and disciplined approach to your work is more important to us than whether you already know .Net, TypeScript, or anything else in our stack. We value the willingness to learn our technologies and environment over domain-specific skills. You just have to show us that you are the kind of person who learns a new programming language over breakfast.

We use .Net MVC, .Net Core, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, REACT and TypeScript. Our systems run on AWS, our code is hosted on GitHub, our builds run on TeamCity.

The Software Engineering Team
We are a small team of talented, multi-cultural engineers. As the company grows we would also like our team to evolve and embrace more industry best practices such as clean coding, code reviews, automated tests, continuous integration, and few-click deployments. We all work remotely so we rely on good communication within our team and organization.

✋ Meet the team
Damien Adler
Head of Customer Support and Community
Damien has been a registered psychologist since 2003 and has a background in health administration, previously holding senior positions in the public health sector. Damien and his wife (also a psychologist) built a busy group private practice which is where he first discovered his passion for utilizing technology to make life easier for health practitioners.

Damien is known publicly through his 10+ years of regular guest segments on ABC Radio, as a public speaker and corporate trainer, and as a contributor for various TV, radio and print outlets.

Damien enjoys mountain biking, traveling, pretending to be a handyman, and exploring near and far with his wife and daughter.

Paul Adler
Head of Technology and Development
Paul is seasoned Technology Entrepreneur having previously started a computer support business (with $200 and his bedroom for an office) which he then developed into Australia's largest Tech Support company.

Paul has made the BRW Fast 100 list three times 100 Fastest growing companies in Australia) and won the Victorian Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the Telstra & Victorian Government Small Business of Year Award, The Age Best IT Business award, and the My Business Magazine Young Guns in Business Award. He has served as a member of the Federal Government Small Business Advisory Council for five years and has been featured in various publications.

Paul enjoys cycling, high altitude mountaineering (he's previously summited Mt Everest), skiing and having adventures with his wife and two children.
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