Canberra-based online payments business eWAY is looking to hire an IT manager to assist its chief information officer with a range of IT support tasks.
An eWAY spokesperson has not yet responded to a request for comment this morning, but the company has advertised for an IT manager. The company was formed in 1998 and has grown markedly since then — currently boasting partnerships with most of Australia’s major banks.
According to the advertisement, the IT manager will be required to help manage the company’s office desktops and server environment, assist in purchasing decisions, produce daily reports for senior management and even participate in weekly sales meetings and deliver creative input into the company.
eWAY said in the advertisement that it could offer “the funkiest office”, with music piped through the facility, a “huge outdoor deck with BBQ” and its own pool table. Salary reviews would be held every three to six months. It appears as if eWAY is a Salesforce.com shop, and staff also use an “integrated phone system”, as well as dual 20″ monitors.
Further information was unavailable, but it appears as though eWAY’s chief information officer — who the new IT manager will be reporting to — is Tony McGrath.