— At least
— Good troubleshooting skills;
— Experience with Docker and Kubernetes;
— MySQL/MySQL forks, Couchbase, Aerospike (or other NoSQL solutions);
— Must have a written & verbal English and demonstrated an ability to collaborate across teams and organizations;
— Self-motivated with a strong desire to learn and improve technical skills.
— Experience with Java applications support;
— Experience with Git, Bitbucket;
— Experience with CI/CD systems such as Jenkins, TeamCity;
— Understanding an ELK stack;
— Experience in scripting (bash/shell/Python or any other language that can be used for scripting) is an advantage;
— Experience with AWS is a plus.
— Work with the creative friendly team at interesting projects using cutting-edge technologies;
— Comfortable office easy to reach from any spot of the city;
— Annual salary review and performance bonus;
— 20 working days paid vacation and sick leave;
— Sport compensation;
— Medical insurance (Ukraine and travel);
— Professional training and conferences;
— Free corporate English lessons;
— Help and support with relocation for candidates from other cities;
— Exciting company and team events.
— Deep understanding of the company applications and IT infrastructure;
— Managing changes in production;
— Overall responsibility for production change management process;
— Being part of the whole SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) to improve the quality of service;
— Providing solutions and support for critical components in the IT environment.
As an IT Operations Engineer you will be in charge of managing applications and infrastructure in production, take overall responsibility for the quality of the services that the company provides.
Our technology stack is pretty wide, we mainly use:
Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, microservices architecture, Java, ELK stack, Jenkins, TeamCity, Redis Labs, Couchbase, Aerospike, MariaDB, MemSQL, Git, F5 load balancer. Infrastructure: private cloud, on-premise data centers.