DevOps Engineer - remote at Splay

Posted on: 05/04/2021

Location: (ON-SITE)

Crunchbase | Glassdoor: 3.0 / 5 | Original Source

Tags: github rails ruby chef terraform aws vue kubernetes

Splay | Full-time, Remote | Customer Support, Frontend, Backend, DevOps We design, build and operate a handful of high profile ecommerce properties with strict performance requirements and operating at massive scale. We've got some hard problems to solve but our work is rewarding and allows us the privilege of continuous innovation. We are a small and lean team that is growing and taking on new challenges. If you would like to be considered, drop a line to hackernews@splay.com telling us why - please, no formal cover letters. Include links to your personal website, portfolio, Github, or any other relevant professional work. Hiring: [Frontend] Full Stack (Rails / Vue.js) Engineer - 3 to 5 years of experience with Ruby on Rails, familiar with Vue.js and modern front-end frameworks. You have a strong yet non-dogmatic opinion on the best tools for the job, and look forward to re-engineering and upgrading legacy technology when required. [Backend] Ruby on Rails Engineer/DevOps - 5+ years experience working with large, complex production Rails codebases. Comfortable extending/refactoring existing code as well as building new complex features. Familiarity with AWS, Chef, Linux, Kubernetes, Terraform and Fastly/Varnish configuration/optimization. Security aware and focused on performance and uptime whilst understanding of necessary tradeoffs in complex performance-oriented systems. Experience working with modern web frameworks (ideally Vue.js) is a plus. Located in the EU is a plus. [Customer Support and Operations] - 2-3 years experience in a customer support capacity or equivalent. This role is for someone who is detail-oriented, highly motivated, and technically savvy. You must have excellent interpersonal skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, and be proficient with computers. You have a strong work ethic and a ‘can do’ attitude. From: <https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=27025964>