Site Reliability Engineer | DevOps
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Site Reliability Engineer | DevOps

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What they offer
• Open, informal multinational working environment
• High level of responsibility and excellent career opportunities
• Flexible working hours
• Social events like Friday Bar, company outings and more

• Support the Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud infrastructure, production and non production
• Follow good practices of infrastructure as a code
• Write elegant, self testing and well documented solutions
• Be mindful of the business | help them ensure that they are building the right thing at the right time
• Understand the complete stack and confidently use the tool chain
• Take active part in sprint planning
• Make yourself heard. If you have knowledge, share it. Use your skills to move the company forward
• Enable less experienced colleagues through sparring and mentoring

What you have
• 5+ years of experience at a similar role
• Expert knowledge of Amazon Web Services
• Expert knowledge of Docker containers and container orchestration tools, such as Rancher/Kubernetes
• Strong Linux background, preferably Debian/Ubuntu
• Provide tools like AWS, CLI, ChatOps etc. for the team and external stakeholders, removing friction and repetitiveness from your colleagues
• Experience with an orchestration tool such as Ansible
• Knowledge of Bash scripting and Python, having Python considered a big advantage
• Knowledge of monitoring systems such as CollectD/StatsD, Graphanа; Graylog/ELK for logs
• Knowledge of web proxies such as haproxy and nginx
• Knowledge of networking- VPNs(OpenVPN), firewalls, routing and switching
• The ability to be self-driving and a critical thinker
• English language fluency

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We thank all interested applicants, but we will only contact a short list of them! All applications are confidential. JobTiger is a Bulgarian online job board and licensed recruiting company (License No.2547, 08.06.2018).

HRW 2019