Careers at JDS

Why choose JDS?

At JDS, you will be able to explore a wide variety of software technologies with web, mobile, and backend applications. You will be using the very best kit from our software partners, establishing and working with applications within our enterprise and start-up customers alike. Your mission will be helping our customers ensure that they build software which survives the stresses of real-world application.

Work/Life Balance

JDS actively promotes a healthy work/life balance, with flexible hours and regular events.

Referral Bonus

Consultants referring successful new candidates receive a $2000 referral bonus.

Parental Leave

JDS provides extra paid maternity leave.

Family-Friendly Events

We hold regular events, including monthly team bonding and social nights.

International Opportunities

JDS provides the opportunity to travel abroad to participate in vendor conferences.

Varied Client Engagements

JDS consultants work across a diverse range of leading Australian enterprises.

Multi-Person Engagements

Leverage and learn from fellow consultants across our engagements.

National Team Days

JDS employees attend regular 'Fly Home Fridays' at the head office in Melbourne.

Achievement Incentives

JDS recognises and celebrates employee achievements.

Become an expert in leading technologies

A spotlight on our staff

The value of our team

JDS Culture

  • Our people are our assets, and your ideas are valued
  • We provide a supportive learning environment
  • We commemorate life events such as weddings, birthdays, and births
  • We hold monthly regional get-togethers
  • We celebrate success with lawn bowls, golf, ten pin bowling, partners dinners, and trivia nights


  • Diversity is central to life at JDS
  • We promote ICT as a career for women
  • JDS has a program for new graduates, and supports further learning
  • We provide the opportunity to attend networking events, such as the International Women’s Day breakfast, vendor tech nights, meetups, and Vic ICT for Women seminars

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