About the Role
The SRE team is responsible for the reliability and security of our products. We work in close contact with Software and Data Engineers, building together the platform that enables them to do their job most effectively. We take quality seriously and we automate everything that makes sense.
We support transparent communication and a blameless culture, we strive to maintain a healthy work-life balance, and we value the point of view of every team member.
Your role as a Site Reliability Engineer
In this role, you will help shape the architecture of current and future SpazioDati products. By building a platform for development teams to use, you will make sure that building, deploying, managing, and monitoring services is efficient and straightforward. You will write Terraform code to manage our cloud resources in AWS, and a bunch of YAML to provision and configure services with Kubernetes and Ansible. You will help other engineers choose the best way to deploy their services and sort out any performance or reliability issue that may arise.
Bachelor’s or higher degree in Computer Science or a related field, or equivalent experience
Experience with container technologies, especially Kubernetes
Software Engineering experience, preferably with Golang or Python
Knowledge of cloud computing concepts (bonus points for AWS experience)
Familiarity with Infrastructure-as-Code tools such as Terraform, Ansible and Packer
Familiarity with Service Discovery, application monitoring, logs management
Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment
Experience building secure applications on the cloud
UNIX system administration skills
A problem-solving mindset and great communication skills
Confidence that you can learn any of the above (and more!) if you don’t already have that skill :)
How to apply
Send your application via email and please make sure to include:
- Your CV (any format is fine)
- Why you'd like to take this position, what you expect and what you think you could bring to the team
- Please, please, please, include a github account, some code you've written, an open source project you contributed to, or at least a link to your work that you like (it doesn't matter if it's completely unrelated like a videogame, an art project or whatever else). Precedence will be given to applications that meet these criteria.