where is who is hiring?
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We are seeking staff level site reliability engineer to focus on architecting solutions around our new DBaaS service offering, Atlas. A good fit for this role is someone that understands linux resource management (we are currently digging into Cgroups)as well as a strong background in software engineering. One of the tasks we are working on is being able to run larger multi-tenant database servers.
Containers are just one of the challenges though. We would also like to build out a centralized logging system from scratch, as well as build new process around how we are handling both user management + error handling.
Interview process is one technical phone screen and one on-site interview.
Please apply at http://grnh.se/kmplc8
or email Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org
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World's leading, tech-driven hedge fund looking for Site Reliability Engineers to work in the front-office solving complex problems and supporting trading infrastructure and big data applications for high frequency trading teams. A mixture of DevOps, Linux SysAdmin with a lot of scripting and automation(Looking for jack–of–all–trades).
Currently interviewing a lot of people from Google and Facebook. We are looking for the best technologist in the world.
If you are interested in discussing in more detail, please send me an email at: eduardo(dot)herrera(at)njfsearch(dot)com
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Dublin Positions: Lead UX Designer, Senior Software Engineer - Architecture, Senior Software Engineer, Platform Delivery (devops)
Toronto Positions: Platform Delivery (devops)
The Dublin Positions are all focused on Logentries, which is a real-time log management and analytics service targeting mostly the DevOps and IT market expanding onto Security. If you are interested in scaling systems, search on unstructured data, handling log data at scale or are interested in migrating angular based applications to react send an email to email@example.com
The Toronto Position Platform Delivery is a devops role, focused on helping the local teams to apply the best practices around deployments, release engineering and cloud infrastructure. Besides working on moving applications into AWS you will be also working on classical Release Engineering focused on on-prem software and their test and release process. The cloud stack consists mainly of Ruby, Chef, AWS, Cloudformation/convection, node etc. If you are interested in bringing best practices and patterns into our Toronto office reach out directly to me via firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pivotal's goal is to change the way the world makes software and we kinda sorta really mean it.
We value aptitude over alma mater, empathy over a list of APIs. It doesn't matter whether your resumé says PHP or PhD: if you're smart, empathetic and know some stuff, we want to work with you.
We have many established offices worldwide (pivotal.io/locations) and more coming.
We're broken into three main divisions: Pivotal Labs (yes, that Pivotal Labs), Cloud R&D and Big Data.
-- Pivotal Labs helps clients to become better at product development. For engineering we are religiously lean and agile. In practice that means we pair program and TDD every line of code from the outside. Our product managers are fantastic at keeping products sharply focused, our designers are masters from users to pixels.
-- Cloud R&D is where we build the best cloud platform available. We're the majority contributors to the Cloud Foundry project. Our distribution has the fastest-growing sales of any opensource product ever and it's still zooming up and to the right.
Except for upstream code, every line is pair programmed and TDD'd. We dogfood the cutting edge of the technology on our own commercial public cloud (Pivotal Web Services). It works because we took the XP and Lean DNA of Pivotal Labs and scaled it up to build the best cloud platform available.
-- Big Data is our suite of battled-hardened products, now open sourced. Greenplum tackles massive datasets with the comfort of PostgreSQL. Apache HAWQ (incubating) brings Greenplum's distributed query planner to Hadoop. Gemfire, donated as Apache Geode (incubating), is an in-memory distributed grid with years of high performance in high-stakes systems.
At our offices we have free breakfast, weekly tech talks, excellent benefits and competitive pay. Ping pong isn't mandatory, but it's popular. I think west-coast ping pong is harder to beat, but east-coast style is more entertaining to watch. The NYC beer fridge has more IPA than I prefer but I guess that's life in paradise.
Presently we're hiring engineers in Atlanta, Beaverton, Beijing, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Dublin, London, New York, Palo Alto, Paris, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Seattle, Sydney, Toronto and Washington DC. Most of these are hiring designers and product managers. Other roles are being hired worldwide also.
To see our open jobs and apply directly, follow this referral URL: http://grnh.se/xiy346
You can also email me at email@example.com to answer any questions.
Either of these helps me score one of our referral bonuses (did I mention our generous referral scheme?)
I may not be able to reply immediately, as I am just an engineer here.
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(From our careers page)
We need super smart engineers from all levels to help us build one of the best engineered e-commerce platform in the world (big talk we know, but that is our goal!). Our engineers combine creativity, curiosity, and drive to continuously perfect and revolutionize Jet from the inside out. We are looking to bring more intellectually curious engineers who are passionate about technology in general (Jet is a technology first company and prides itself on its culture of learning and knowledge sharing and we want all our engineers to be as passionate as we are!)
Our platform is largely an event driven platform implemented via a microservice architecture. The platform runs on Microsoft Azure and uses a large number of technologies and middle ware. The bulk of backend code is written in a functional style (F#) and our system of record is an event sourced system (essentially a log of all actions on the platform). We use a mix of Kafka, Redis, Elastic Search, Azure SQL, Event Store and Azure Storage for our data stores. About 50% of the platform runs on Linux and the rest Windows (although we move into more containerization we will see a shift towards Linux).
I've been working at Jet since mid-February, and I can honestly say this is the best job I've ever had. It personally checks off every single box I could have a for a dream job:
- Incredible growth. We were the fastest startup to hit a billion dollar valuation, and we just got bought (well, subject to regulatory approval) by Walmart for 3.3 billion. With the Fortune 1 at our backs there are some really amazing opportunities and projects that are just getting started.
- Functional programming in F#. Never been more productive coding. And in general we have a very modern tech stack that is a pleasure to work with.
- Tech talks and workshops all the time. I'm learning more than I ever have.
- Extremely competent management. It feels like they really care about employees' happiness here, we've got experienced people at the helm, and it is amazing to see what a company can look like when you have a fantastic management team bringing their A-game. Really, it's incredible to have to try hard to find something to complain about.
- All the trappings of modern startup life. Free gym membership, lots of free food, etc.
We're hiring people of all different types of experience for all different types of roles. More information about specific roles can be found here: https://jet.com/careers . You can apply on the individual role pages.
If you have any questions (commuting from NYC, about Hoboken, what's going on in the company, anything really), feel free to ask here or send a message to "nat" at the domain that I work on.