Development - in more ways than one
At IntegraDev, we know that it takes longer than a lifetime to become the perfect developer. So, we understand that learning doesn't end when you complete your degree. That's why we have developed a strong mentoring process to ensure that you can continue to learn and improve, on the job, every day you work with us. Of course, as your skills develop and mature, the time will come when you will mentor others.
We believe the relationship between industry and educational institutions is critical. We help in numerous forums, including high schools and universities, to support their work in educating students in the technology streams. We have a long association with our local university, Swinburne. This includes being a part of the Swinburne Computer Science and Software Engineering Course Advisory Committee.
We have also supported the Swinburne Professional Placements programme over the last 25 years. More recently we have extended our intake to include Monash University and RMIT students. Many of these internships work out so well that many continue with IntegraDev after their internship.
Our onboarding program is designed to help you transition from university to work smoothly. With a dedicated team leader and mentors, you will be in a supportive and hands on environment.
Starting with a group of peers, you will participate in a variety of training sessions across all aspects of your role. You will develop your knowledge and skills through practical activities that cover our development processes, business domain and code base.
From day one you will develop a sense of ownership over your work and experience the full software development lifecycle.
As part of our commitment to fostering continued education, we sponsor the following annual awards within the Swinburne University School of Science, Computing and Engineering Technologies (SoSCET):
Final Year - James Wauchope Award
Awarded to the highest achieving graduate in the Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Computer Science (Professional) completed at Swinburne, Hawthorn (best student from semester 1 & 2 combined).
James was an IT student at Swinburne University before joining us as a software developer. This award is in honour of our colleague, who lost his fight against cancer in December 2000.
Best First Year Student
Awarded to the highest ranked student who completed the first year of the Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Computer Science (Professional) on campus at Swinburne, Hawthorn campus.
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the unit COS20007 Object-Oriented Programming.