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MYOB

4.8
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at MYOB

9.4
9.4 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 29 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
I am in a grad program which has me doing self guided learning. My responsibilities are currently to myself and ensuring that I am working as hard as I can to get the most out of this time.
Graduate, Melbourne
My role is to learn. The first part of the program is the acceleration period, where I complete coding exercises and undergo mentoring and code reviews by two technical mentors assigned to help me develop. The second part is the crew rotations where I spend a few months in different teams to learn and find out which team I'd like to apply for as an associate (junior) developer.
Graduate, Melbourne
I'm literally being paid (quite well) to learn under two very experienced mentors - when does that ever happen?
Graduate, Melbourne
My role has no responsibilities to production code. This means that my work revolves around learning software fundamentals and soft skills which will build a great foundation for my career at MYOB and in the industry at large.
Graduate, Melbourne
I am currently a protege developer in acceleration and am not yet assigned to any team. I have been given time, resources and excellent mentors to help me on this journey to learn C#.
Graduate, Melbourne
I'm currently in the acceleration phase of the program. Everyday involves a mix of working on katas in C#, learning and applying concepts such as design patterns and TDD, meeting with my mentors for 1-2 hours to either explore new concepts or get feedback on my code, and mobbing with other proteges.
Graduate, Sydney
At the moment, my main responsibilities as a protege are to upskill into the company, which includes both finding gaps in my existing knowledge and filling them, as well as learning the company's standards and styles and working to learn them
Graduate, Auckland
Devops engineer. help devs to dev and deploy faster
Graduate, Melbourne
My day to day role currently includes me learning from mentors and working on coding projects.
Graduate, Melbourne
I am currently in a grad program and am in a training rotation.
Graduate, Sydney
My day to day responsibilities are keeping me satisfied!
Graduate, Melbourne
I am currently doing my first crew rotation. Talk with the team about the progress in the morning, catch/follow up, and pair with senior developers to solve problems, attend meetings to get update information about the company/product/services/new requirements, etc.
Graduate, Melbourne
As a Protege I perform a learning, service and supporting role within product development. Under the guidance of my mentors, I will be learning how to develop and support quality software the MYOB way as well as live their core values.
Graduate, Melbourne
At the moment I'm on rotation with a crew, so each day I get to spend some time working on delivery with the crew, and some time on my own learning. I feel like I'm developing confidence in working with a crew, and also setting up solid long-term skills and understanding for my career.
Graduate, Melbourne
Mainly learning best practises of software development
Graduate, Auckland
Work in a team to deliver software. A mixture of stand-ups, planning meeting, whiteboard sessions to work out problems and some coding where we put our solutions in action.
Midlevel, Auckland
As a graduate, my responsibilities are to learn from the crew I'm currently rotating in. I need to ask heaps of questions to gain clarity and help out with pairing on the real product.
Graduate, Melbourne
Day to day I am learning and getting support from mentors
Graduate, sydney
currently learning a new programming language and have two technical mentors who give me an hour of their time on a daily basis.
Graduate, Melbourne
As a newcomer to the organisation and industry, I am afforded the time and resources to hone my skills.
Graduate, Melbourne