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Opportunities to learn and share what you know

Success at EndGame means you'll always be facing new challenges - which means you're learning and empowered to overcome your current challenges.

To facilitate learning, we provide coaches and learning tracks through ourEndGame Academy program. Our current learning tracks include: Product Discovery, Tech Practices, Agile Facilitation, Product Management and People Leadership. Plus, there are plenty of opportunities to showcase your skills to your VPT and others at EndGame through our weekly CoPX experience discussions, fortnightly lunch presentations and cross-team huddles.

Create impactful software and share in the financial upside

At EndGame, we love building impactful and purposeful software for our customers. Our customers are building SaaS businesses and the awesome thing about SaaS is that when you are creating an impact for good, then scaling the business also scales the impact.

EndGame Ventures is our team ESOP, giving everyone who works at EndGame a chance to own shares in our customers. So when our customers win, we not only take pride in knowing we’ve achieved an awesome impact, but we share in the financial upside.

A supportive & encouraging team environment

Our Virtual Product Teams are a core feature of EndGame. We value collaboration and co-working, and as part of a VPT, you'll have access to, and be supported by other talented people who are passionate about the success of our partners and EndGame.

An office worth coming to

We strive to provide an environment where people want to be. This includes a variety of spaces to meet and connect, healthy snacks, table tennis, heaps of space and natural light, morning teas, regular lunches, drinks, team activities and a personal health allowance. But most of all, a truly inclusive team who enjoy working together.

Flexible working


Whether you’re up with the sun or prefer a lie in, our teams work closely together to create schedules that work for them and our clients. If you like to sit or stand at your desk, or tuck yourself away on a sofa, we have flexible spaces to ensure everyone is comfortable. We support working from home too.
We love celebrating the awesome things our teams achieve, from promotions, completed projects, anniversaries and personal milestones, to everyone sharing weekly props to acknowledge the great work their peers are doing.
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I want to learn and develop. Will EndGame support me?

Yes! EndGame has a self-driven, organisationally aligned, quest for mastery. As fancy as that sounds, it means we believe that autonomy in learning that is useful to the company leads to genuine engagement with our work. Everyone benefits.

We do our best to keep an environment that allows our interests and aptitudes to flourish with five intertwining learning pathways:

- Organic, self-directed learning objectives with associated measurable results
- Pre-emptive, just in time learning for new technologies and practices
- Formalised external courses and conferences for targeted improvement
- In house peer groups called Communities of Practice
- Mentoring

It is expected that anyone receiving training will teach others. There is no better way to embed learning than by teaching. This may be done through a Friday lunch talk, a TEG talk, huddles or ad-hoc discussions.

What sort of tech stack is used at EndGame?

Our bread and butter is Azure, C# and React, but we have a sprinkling of products using TypeScript and MongoDB. We mostly love Docker and have a huge appreciation for IaC with Terraform.

How does EndGame implement and practice Agile?

We do our best to embody the mindset of agility across the entire company and are learning to view life through the lens of complexity theory. Practically this means we are open to experiments to try continuous improvement ideas. The most obvious thing to see though is that our development cycles are built on a combination of scrum and Kanban, with a bit of nuance from lean.

What sort of people and skillsets typically work for EndGame?

The sort of people you wish were your colleagues!

Seriously, to quote Joel Spolksy - “smart and gets things done” is a description apt for any EndGamer. We have a tribe who walk the balance beam of pursuing technical excellence while focusing on delivering value to our customers quickly - alongside being kind and helpful. People who thrive here tend to love solving hard problems with useful, practical, pragmatic solutions, in combination with other people.