About Us

Afilias' specialized technology makes Internet addresses more accessible and useful through a wide range of applications, including Internet domain registry services, Managed DNS and award-winning mobile Web services.

Experienced/ Non-Management

Marketing Manager - Afilias Australia

Purpose:
Drive the Afilias Australia Pty Ltd business by defining and executing marketing, social media, channel and communications strategies for .au. Support Afilias business in the rest of Asia with programs as needed.

Essential Accountabilities:
Develop, recommend and implement marketing programs that support .au sales, including for its subzones as priorities dictate

Specific areas of responsibility include:

Help Desk Analyst - Support Operations

Helpdesk Analyst – Support Operations

IT Architect

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Software Developer

Afilias's top level domain portfolio is second only to the .com and .net behemoths. We are the engine that drives much of the world's top level domain infrastructure including .org, .info, .mobi and many other TLDs.

Systems Administrator

Main purpose of the position

To configure, support and maintain Afilias’ custom-built software in pre-production and production environments.  Work with members of Operations, Development and Quality Assurance departments to plan, schedule and promote changes to production systems.

Key responsibilities
• perform system administration tasks in a third-party hosted environment with a focus on maintaining Afilias' production software (e.g install software, troubleshoot system problems to effective resolution)

Senior Network Engineer

The Senior Network Engineer will be part of the Content Propagation and Resolution team ("CPR"). CPR is responsible for running the DNS of over 10% of the Internet, as well as devising and providing support for emerging protocols on the 'Net. In this role, the Senior Network Engineer will design and implement the supporting infrastructure to run name-services applications in a globally distributed environment. The Senior Network Engineer may also take an active lead in developing and shaping the future of the Internet by working within the Internet community to define, build and implement emerging technologies.

Internet Operations Specialist

The Internet Operations Specialist will join the Content Propagation and Resolution team ("CPR"). CPR is responsible for running the DNS of over 10% of the Internet, as well as devising and providing support for emerging protocols on the 'Net. In this role, the Internet operations specialist will design and implement the supporting infrastructure to run name-services applications in a globally distributed environment.

The Internet Operations Specialist may also take an active lead in developing and shaping the future of the Internet by working within the Internet community to define, build and implement emerging technologies.