Charbel Antouny

Software Engineer

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I’m an aspiring developer with experience in both front-end and back-end development. I'm passionate about technology, which is manifested in a constant desire to learn new skills and grow my programming experience.

“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.”

Thomas A. Edison


Senior Full Stack Engineer

Ingenovis Health

I worked on a Next.js web app which was a portal for healthcare workers in the USA to find and apply for jobs. As part of this project, I developed a testing framework and integrated third-party authentication via Auth0 into multiple front-end apps. I then led the creation of the Trustaff mobile app as the sole developer, which was the mobile version of the Next.js web app. This project was delivered before the deadline and resulted in my promotion to a senior position.

September 2021 - Present

Software Engineer

Lux Group

I joined the experiences division of Lux Group where I worked on the front and back end of their websites, namely Scoopon, Cudo, Deals, and Treat Me. During this role I created a workflow for admins to automate the creation of invoices for vendors, greatly reducing manual effort for the finance team. I also migrated a JavaScript codebase to TypeScript, which both improved the developer experience and reduced instances of errors in production.

November 2020 - September 2021
11 months



My role at MYOB saw me shift to a stronger emphasis on front-end development. Initially, I was placed in a team as the sole developer where I provided coding support and uplifted their development pipeline. I also produced a regression testing suite using Typescript and Cucumber to verify data flow and calculations across compliance forms and workpapers.

Following that, I moved into a team with other developers where I worked on 2 projects. The first was a desktop form builder application built with Typescript React and Electron, which allowed non-technical developers to produce forms by dragging and dropping components as opposed to writing code. The second was the backend engine which performed the visual rendering and data calculations of forms.

March 2019 - October 2020
1 year 8 months

Associate Engineer

Westpac Group

After completing my graduate program, I accepted a permanent role as an associate platform engineer. My main achievement was producing a pipeline to automate the deployment of JAR libraries onto the API platform, enabling teams to share common code.

September 2018 - February 2019
7 months

Technology Graduate

Westpac Group

As a technology graduate, I completed 4 rotations of 6 months each in different teams across the technology division. This maximised my exposure to different areas of technology.

During my first rotation I worked as a .NET developer using C#, HTML/CSS and SQL. I produced a monitoring and reporting tool to provide updates on the health of servers and built APIs for a new mobile app that was being developed.

In my second rotation I worked as a risk manager to develop a get-to-green plan for one of the bank’s key technology risks. I also automated the collection of metrics for a risk dashboard and made it available on-demand.

My third rotation saw me work as a business consultant in technology, helping to design and plan the 5-year strategic direction of one of the business units in technology. This entailed substantial research into current industry technology as well the solutions of competitors, which was eventually presented to the head of the business unit.

I returned to development work for my final rotation where I worked as a platform engineer. This was a devops based role where I worked on the bank’s API platform to integrate core service offerings. I coded with Python, Java, and Shell with heavy use of Atlassian’s development toolchain.

February 2017 - September 2018
1 year 7 months


Ultimo Document Storage Centre (UDSC)

I performed logistics work in a small team, which comprised mainly of picking and storing boxes in a warehouse. It also involved working with drivers to deliver and collect boxes and files from clients.

March 2016 - January 2017
11 months

Cybersecurity Intern

Ernst & Young (EY)

I worked in the Advanced Security Centre as part of the Advisory division where I learned penetration testing. I produced reports providing a security analysis and recommendations on how to remediate the security issues present in client software. I also produced an in-house reporting tool using C# to automate the creation and modification of these reports that were delivered to clients. It collected data from a Microsoft Access database and formatted the data in a Word document.

December 2015 - February 2016
3 months

Bar Attendant

Accor Stadium

I helped operate one of many bar outlets with tasks involving customer service, cash handling and stock handling. I was promoted to Team Leader after 1 year of service for showing a high level of responsibility and leadership, which increased my responsibilities to include training new staff members and handling customer disputes.

August 2013 - February 2016
2 years 7 months

Accounting Assistant

Narta International Pty Ltd

My responsibilities included raising invoices and bills, reconciling bank statements, payment processing, and producing reports for clients. I learned to interpret and analyse financial data using Netsuite and Microsoft Excel.

March 2015 - August 2015
6 month Contract

Crew Member


My first job where I learned the fundamentals of customer service and food preparation.

January 2013 - February 2015
2 years 2 months


University of New South Wales

Sydney, Australia
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) - Software Engineering
  • Class 2 Division 1 Honours
  • Distinction Average
2013 - 2016

St Patrick's College, Strathfield

Sydney, Australia
Higher School Certificate
  • ATAR: 96.35
  • Distinguished Achievers list with 2 merit listings
2005 - 2012


Programming Languages
Frameworks & Tools
Thesis Project

The Honours component of my degree required me to complete a thesis project, and I chose to redesign the UNSW handbook. The handbook provides information about all the programs, streams and courses offered by the university. The most notable limitation was that it was not synchronised with the university’s database, that is, the data on each page was statically inserted. My implementation solved this issue using a PostgreSQL and PHP back-end, and HTML/JavaScript on the front-end. It was a success and resulted in a distinction grade.

Awards & Volunteering Achievements

  • ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management.
  • NSW Justice of the Peace.
  • UNSW Computer Science and Engineering Society Student Mentor - helped students settle into university life by offering non-academic support such as setting up developer tools on laptops.
  • Volunteer for the 2017 Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Ball which raised over $250,000. The rescue helicopter is a free service with the sole mission of saving lives.
  • Volunteer for the 2017 St George Foundation Ball, which funds programs that support socially, economically and physically disadvantaged children.
  • Mentor for Westpac’s Women in Technology initiative in 2017 and 2018. The program empowers female students studying a STEM degree at UNSW so that they consider technology as a career choice.
  • Winner of the 2017 Westpac graduate fundraising challenge for raising the most money for headspace, a charity supporting the mental health of young Australians.



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