Wildlife Drones

Wildlife Drones boasts a team of collaborative individuals from diverse fields. As our company continues to rapidly grow, we are always on the lookout for fresh faces to join our team. Check out the current job positions we have on offer! If you’re interested in any of the listed positions, please get in contact with us!

Positions Available

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see your code flying majestically through the hills of Vietnam?  Or perhaps you want to use your software super powers to make a difference but haven’t figured out how? 

We do stuff for real people to support real science, but we also use some of the coolest tech to do so. Our customers see the amazing benefits of what we have already created, but we’re ready to push the limits and build systems that have never been seen before.  

Customers across Australia and the world use our drones to track animals tagged with radio transmitters. We make software that processes vast amounts of radio data collected while flying to find signals in the noise, and software on the ground that puts animal locations on the map.  We drastically lower the cost of tracking wildlife, so a wide range of customers can better conserve the environment and manage natural resources.

Our team is small, focused and highly motivated, so you’ll get the support and freedom you need to do great things and learn a lot along the way too. You’ll be working closely with our tech lead who has a lot of experience to share but is also hoping to learn a lot from you too. 

But enough about us – this is where you come in. You have a thirst for solving problems and love playing with the latest tech. You write high-quality code and don’t define yourself by the language you write in.

So, if this sounds like you, and you love startups, RF, Embedded Systems, Web tech, data analysis, Rust and/or drones then get in touch! We’d love to find out more about you. 

Send us your CV and a cover letter to Debbie at admin@wildlifedrones.net and let us know what amazing projects you’ve created!

Due date: 29th November 2019

Please email admin@wildlifedrones.net for more details about the role.

Please email admin@wildlifedrones.net for more details about the role.