How would you feel about working (on a fully remote basis) for a tech for good company whose product is empowering some of the most vulnerable people in society and literally changing lives?
It’s a particularly exciting time to join as they are investing heavily back into the business, launching new products and scaling up significantly. They are forward thinking as far as tech is concerned and adopting the best tools for the job. They are currently working hard to modernise and future proof their stack.
Tech snapshot: Docker, Kubernetes, microservices, AWS , Terraform, Ansible, Python
They are looking for a DevOps Engineer to build, optimise, scale, aggressively automate and support the open source and AWS based infrastructure that underpin a high traffic global software as a service platform.
In this role you will be joining a team of engineers to help build and optimise the infrastructure underpinning their platform, ensuring it is highly available and stable. You will also work closely with developers and help them deliver their software as efficiently as possible. You will write and deliver infrastructure code and tools, help promote a DevOps culture and solve problems relating to mission critical services. You will be someone who loathes repetition and loves self-healing infrastructure.
You will be excited by automation, micro services, domain driven design, infrastructure as code and continuous delivery, be a problem solver and be very intellectually curious – constantly questioning, testing the boundaries and trying to explore how to improve things. Are the tools fit for purpose? Are they being used in the most optimal way? Is there a better way of doing things?
- Lots of investment in training and development and can claim expenses to go on conferences etc.
- Private healthcare
- Gym subscription
- Commercial experience as a Linux Sysadmin or DevOps Engineer building and supporting AWS infrastructure.
If this looks potentially of interest I would be delighted to have a chat with you and explore matters further. Look forward to hearing from you!