Upon graduating from his Bachelor in Information Technology from Griffith University in 2021 Kieran commenced his journey with our Queensland Collective as a junior consultant. From day one he has jumped at every opportunity to develop his technical aptitude; his focus and resolve helping to expand his skillset to encompass code deployment & code building within AWS as well as unit testing.
Prior to starting with KJR Kieran completed his Work Integrated Learning program at our sister company Datarwe in which he assembled an impressive foundation of technical experience and skill as a data intern. He has leveraged this experience to inform a smooth transition into consultancy and is fast flourishing into a well-rounded and confident consultant.
Ever-excited to keep learning and growing Kieran has jumped on a number of different projects for several client groups. He has worked on project management systems, API testing and software testing for ECG machines. These experiences have offered an opportunity for him to understand the project lifecycle and different modes of communication for efficient liaising with important stakeholders.
Kieran has shown great engagement within the Collective- his contagious smile is enough to light up the office on a cloudy day (which is admittedly not so frequent in Brisbane) and has worked closely with QLD GM Graham Cummins, KJR Founder Kelvin Ross and the wider team to mature his skills exponentially in a short amount of time.
Kieran hopes to continue developing his skills, so that h can jump on and assist with a number of fulfilling and innovating projects KJR is currently completing for clients across Australia.
What projects have you worked on so far?
I have worked on a project management system for managing security access, API testing, and testing software for ECG machines
What skills have you developed?
I have developed many skills around unit testing, but also the deployment and building of code within Amazon web services
What’s your favourite part about working for KJR?
My favourite part of working for KJR is the people, on my first day at the Brisbane office I got to meet so many cool people from both the Queensland and Victoria collectives.
How do you see your future shaping up with the experience you’ve gained at KJR?
I hope that I can develop my skills further and work on some fulfilling projects
What advice would you give other tech graduates starting out who may be considering taking on a grad/intern role with KJR?
I would highly recommend doing an internship/grad role with KJR or Datarwe, there is so much knowledge to gain and so many wonderful senior people to guide you as you embark on a career in tech.