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Grow Your Career With COMtrac

Shape the career you want by joining a team of innovators and industry leaders.

Take the next step in your career. By joining the team at COMtrac, you will have the opportunity to collaborate within an innovative, driven team, challenge yourself and develop new skills. We work hard to help investigators across the globe by streamlining their investigative workflow, ensuring consistency and automatically creating their digital briefs of evidence. COMtrac has facilitated over 250,000 investigations, and that’s only the start.

That’s why we need top talent like you to join our team! You’ll have the opportunity to develop a fulfilling career portfolio. Our team works collaboratively, ensuring job diversity, openness to share ideas and ability to really impact the way investigations are conducted across industries. At COMtrac, you can make a difference. Explore the available roles below to find your perfect fit.

Mid - Senior Software Engineer

COMtrac is looking for an experienced (mid/senior) developer to join our expanding team of software engineers. The tech stack is modern – predominantly Vue and .Net Core. Join our SaaS scale-up and be part of the success!

Sales Development Representative (SDR)

This newly created role is an incredible upskill opportunity to master prospecting and sales. You will work with premium, top tier clients within GovTech with high ticket deals. The SDR will have amazing growth prospects, allowing you to craft your own space within COMtrac.

Test Automation Engineer

COMtrac is looking for a Test Automation Engineer to join our expanding team of software engineers in Brisbane! In this role, you will focus on defining the test automation strategy. You will have the option to work from home and in our newly fitted CBD office.

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