Site Reliability Engineer

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Overview of the role:

We're looking for a Site Reliability Engineer with a passion for scaling and technical problem-solving to help us grow our SaaS platform in the cloud. You’ll have an understanding of Node applications (MEAN stack) You’ll help our applications get the proper love and care they deserve. You'll investigate, develop, automate, and communicate to get the job done.

What awesome stuff you'll do:

    Collaborate with other engineers to help solve problems ranging from systems security to build automation
     Build tools to help developers to manage the applications in the SDLC
    Work closely with other engineers to solve technical challenges and ensure continued application scalability
    Research, develop and deploy tools to manage each part of the stack
    Build systems and tools to automate deployment pipelines
    Define and own best practices for our engineering teams and assist them in engaging these processes
    Influence our infrastructure direction with your ideas
    Stay current with industry trends, systems, and practices and teach others to help them level up

What you'll need to be successful:

    A strong desire to innovate, experiment, collaborate and learn
    High standards for quality and attention to detail
    Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
    Excellent oral and written communication skills
    Experience deploying and maintaining a Node application
    You’re a developer at heart and love to make tools to help other devs
    Experience with cloud concepts and experience applying them to an app
    Experience with application containerization (Docker)
    Experience with monitoring and alerting platforms and tools

Bonus points for:

    Experience with CircleCI, ECS, Kubernetes, GKE, Terraform, Spinnaker
    Experience with ElasticSearch, Redis, Memcached
    Experience with MongoDB, Postgres
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