$140K - 170K a year
Pex is a digital rights technology company, enabling the fair and transparent use of copyright online. We believe in a free, fair, and transparent internet where rights are respected and attribution is the norm. As you know, however, not everyone has the same vision for the internet and that's where you enter.
Here at Pex, we're on a mission to democratize digital rights for everyone. We are the team behind the Attribution Engine, a licensing infrastructure for the Internet enabling fair compensation and increased access to content. With its advanced identification technology, Attribution Engine ensures compliance and safety for platforms, gives rightsholders total control of their content, increases access and confidence for creators, helps law enforcement prevent toxic content, and provides brand safety for advertisers.
As a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, you will help us to introduce and test new technologies, tools, and systems that enable fast and safe code deployment. You will also proactively monitor system health, respond to alerts and incidents, and eliminate their causes. Our scale is massive, so scalability and maintainability must always be top of mind.
Our infrastructure team is fully remote, globally distributed, honest, and dependable, and is looking for an engineer with the same personality traits. The team is made up of talented engineers from various backgrounds and skill levels. At Pex, we value transparency and clear communication, and we strive to create an environment where all team members feel safe and supported to take initiative, experiment, learn from mistakes, and share opinions freely.
We're looking for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer who will help us to provide follow-the-sun support to our customers and provide the level of support the engineering team requires without overworking our current team. You will:
We have a lot of people who did not follow the traditional career path. We value people who are curious and collaborative and bring their unique perspectives to work each day. While we're excited to learn what you can bring to the team, there are a few key things that are essential to success in this role. You:
Pex is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status. Since Pex is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals, we strive to ensure that people with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, please let us know when applying for a particular role in the “Additional Information” section.
Vienna / Remote
€42K - 80K a year
We are looking for a Senior DevOps Engineer to help us build, improve and scale our platform and data processing systems.
For legal matters, we have to state that the minimum wage for this position is 42,000 € gross per year. However, depending on your qualification a higher salary is obviously very likely.
Our process is usually a preliminary interview with the people team, a take home coding task, followed by a technical interview. We appreciate that your time is valuable, so we aim to keep the process relevant and transparent.
First up we will go through your application, including looking through any public profiles/resources you choose to share with us (Github, Stackoverflow, etc.)
If the application looks good, you will be invited to a preliminary interview with a member of the people team. They will describe our company culture, structure and goals along with getting an idea of what you are looking for and how you will contribute.
The next step is a take home coding task (for particular positions this step may be an online test). This is designed to give you an opportunity to demonstrate your engineering and problem solving ability. It will be a small task similar to something you would be expected to complete in your normal day to day work at refurbed. The reviewers will be looking for well prepared and complete solutions, so take your time, explain your work and ask any questions that you feel are relevant to solving the problem.
Following on from a successful completion of the coding task you will be invited to a technical interview with one or more of the engineers from the teams the position is for. The coding problem will be part of the discussion, along with broader technical and architectural questions. This is also an opportunity for you to get an idea of the internal technical and work environment, so please feel free to dig a bit deeper with any questions you may have.
If everything has gone well at this point, then we will make you an offer to join us here at refurbed! Once that is settled the people team will let you know about any remaining administrative details and our onboarding process.
Things we want to see from you:
Berlin / Remote
€59K - 72K a year
We are looking for a skilled SysOps/DevOps Engineer and Linux admin. Help building and extending our hosting platform. Ensure the highest levels of availability, performance and security. Make a big impact by joining a small developer-centric team.
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€70K - 100K a year
If building data pipelines in a fast-moving company with the latest technology stack sound good to you then read on!
Humn.ai is an award-winning venture-backed InsurTech headquartered in London but working wherever you are. We are a data-first start-up on a mission to make insurance work better for commercial transportation fleets. We make risk visible and price insurance by the second so businesses can focus on what they do best: move people and goods safely.
Our core platform utilises streaming telematics data and adjusts insurance pricing in real-time reacting to the driver's usage, behaviour and environment to enable us to offer previously impossible insurance products.
Our ethos is built on the principles of empowerment and autonomy. We believe in the power of open collaboration, open communication & open-source software. We need people who understand what it is like to be part of a shared mission and what it takes for a team to succeed. Skills are important but people are everything. If these words speak to you, you should talk to us!
Remote (US only)
$125K - 180K a year
brightfin is a revolutionary, subscription-based software provider of IT Expense Management and IT Finance Management (ITFM) solutions offered natively through ServiceNow or as a SaaS platform. brightfin helps companies manage IT assets and expenses related to mobile, telecom (fixed / voice & data), and cloud. In addition, brightfin enhances efficiency through automated workflows and industry-leading services such as UEM, lifecycle management, bill pay, procurement, and delivery.
Partnering with enterprises and government agencies globally, brightfin provides cost savings, efficiencies, and deep insights into mobile, telecom (fixed), and cloud expenses. The company has earned a spot on the Inc. 5,000 fastest-growing companies for the last two years and was the highest-recognized technology expense management company.
brightfin is an equal opportunity employer. The company will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran or military status, age, genetic information or other characteristics protected by federal, state, or local applicable law.
Remote, GMT +/- 3 hours
£75K - 100K a year
90 Percent of Everything is looking for Senior Golang Developer/Team Lead to join the team on a full-time basis. Our goal is to revolutionise shipping by creating a suite of comprehensive software solutions for the Maritime industry. Our journey begins now. Over the next couple of years, our teams and squads will build more than 30 products from the ground up. This includes everything from global vessel tracking to vessel performance analysis, crew optimization and so much more. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to apply cutting-edge technology to revolutionising an iconic industry.
Our tech stack consists of React and React Native applications communicating using GraphQL to microservice containers orchestrated by Kubernetes. Internally our services use gRPC for communication and achieve high scalability thanks to a Kafka based event driven architecture and persist data to a mix of RDBS and No-SQL databases including PostgresDB, MongoDB, S3 and Elasticsearch. We follow modern CI/CD and agile methodologies to deploy into production multiple times per week.
Demonstrated track record and proficiency in the points below:
$20K - 100K a year
_TL;DR: We're looking for a remote Kubernetes technical writer to join our team on a full-time, part-time or project basis.
Learnk8s helps companies and engineers to get started with Kubernetes through comprehensive online, in-person or remote training.
Please apply for this job by answering the following question.
Kubernetes has several Services; which one should I use and when?
You should also attach or link proof of your previous work.
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$144K - 204K a year
We are looking for a Senior Full Stack Engineer capable of producing innovative and scalable software solutions to join our team. You will be part of a cross-functional team that's responsible for the full software development life cycle, from conception to development.
LSEG has the world's largest repository of curated data. From petabytes of tick-by-tick market data to the worlds' largest collection of financial documents, our content fuels the financial markets allowing investors to make decisions and financial institutions to reduce risk and even fight financial crime.
Labs provides a unique opportunity to work with data in a global company whilst in a team with the culture of a start-up.
We investigate the application of new technology to Refinitiv products and services. We are involved in a large range of projects leveraging a multitude of different technologies, so a successful candidate is unlikely to be assigned to a single product or service. Information about specific projects may be discussed in the course of the interview process. Recently the group has worked on graph-based risk analysis, turned text into sentiment & risk signals, created ML predictions of bond & FX prices and created real-time data simulations. You can view a handful of our project by visiting: https://www.lseg.com/about-lseg/labs.
As a part of our growing Labs team of data scientists, engineers and UX/UI designers you will be part of our global network of like-minded colleagues in our global sister lab in London.
Our team offers a great flexible working environment, values curiosity and supports an open and learning culture for all levels of experience & seniority.
You should be comfortable with both backend and frontend software development languages and frameworks. Hands on experience with cloud infrastructure, containerisation and defining infrastructure as code is a must. An added benefit would be experience with methodologies to scale and parallelise infrastructure, applications and data processing pipelines.
At LSEG, we believe that creating a diverse and inclusive organisation is fundamental to the way we deliver on our promise – and our purpose. You'll be part of an organisation of over 25,000 people, spanning 70 countries. We recognise the individual perspectives each of our colleagues brings, and our diverse workforce is one of our greatest strengths. In supporting collaboration and creativity and encouraging new ideas across a diverse and inclusive workforce, we can improve how we are driving financial stability, empowering economies and enabling customers to create sustainable growth.
LSEG offers a range of tailored benefits and support from healthcare and retirement planning to paid volunteering days and wellbeing initiatives.
We are an equal opportunities employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants' and employees' religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.
A$80K - 140K a year
Affinda is a rapidly growing artificial intelligence company HQ'd in Melbourne, with a global presence. Our mission is simple – make AI that is better than humans at extracting insights and data from documents.
We are a world-class team of software developers, data scientists and AI engineers. We build sophisticated AI solutions that leverage the latest advancements in natural language processing and image recognition. We've built out the infrastructure to rapidly develop customised AI solutions designed to read, understand and process unstructured data.
Our solutions are trusted by over 500 companies across the world, included in the ASX 100 and Fortune 500.
One of our products is Draftable, a simple yet sophisticated solution that makes it easy for anyone to review changes to business documents. Our users compare millions of documents each year across our web service, desktop software, and developer API.
You will be the technical lead for the Draftable API product, which is available as a cloud-hosted service or a self-hosted application. As such, you will be directly working on much of our core cloud infrastructure.
We are growing rapidly, so there are plenty of opportunities for career growth. We expect you to take an active role in evolving our engineering culture. Over time, we expect you to be a pivotal member in building containerised products across Affinda / Draftable.
We've advertised this role at the senior software engineer level, but we think it can be successfully performed by engineers with varying levels of experience. If you are interested but are concerned you might not be experienced enough, we encourage you to apply – we are looking for great people to join our team.
This role is fully remote.
A range of AUD$80,000 - $140,000 according to experience.
Some things you might do in your first few months
We are a small, friendly team of experienced professionals, and trust is at the core of our culture. We are all great at what we do and appreciate the value of working with highly competent peers. Collaboration is key to our success, and our flat structure ensures that we reach decisions quickly. We love to get things done.
Our development process is product-led. We are agile (but not Agile). We like short milestones. We launch things as soon as they're ready. We like iterating based off user feedback. We do things right the first time, even if it takes a little longer. We don't have much technical debt. We like good documentation. From time to time, we promise a feature to customer, but we otherwise don't have many external deadlines.
We understand you have a life outside work, and we will respect your non-working and family time.
Our core collaboration hours are 9am-5pm AEST (GMT+10). You will need to have significant overlap with these hours.
Our services are very stable, and we haven't had any critical incidents over the last year that required urgent attention from someone in this role.
This is a contractor role (for non-Australia-based applicants)
Affinda is seeking to hire a contractor. Please be aware that this results in additional obligations on you, as a contractor. Obligations may include managing your tax and ensuring you have the appropriate registration to operate as a sole trader or equivalent. We recommend you seek professional advice to understand these obligations prior to applying for this role.
Affinda is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building a team that represents a diversity of backgrounds, perspectives, skills and experiences.
Please submit your cover letter, CV and answers to questions and we'll be in touch. We look forward to considering your application.
United States / Remote
$130K - 180K a year
Join a tight-knit, fast-growing team on the leading edge of cloud infrastructure technology. As our first Senior Support Engineer, you’ll help us build a scalable, customer-first support process, address customer issues as they come up via all of our support channels (email, Slack, and ZenDesk), and influence the direction of our product by tracking and communicating customer needs. We’re looking for someone who is as passionate about our product and customers as we are—as one of our first 20 employees, you’ll have the opportunity to shape the future of our support organization and technology.
Backed by leading VCs and software executives and founded by ex-Google cloud engineers and PMs, Stackwatch empowers teams to efficiently operate Kubernetes at scale. Starting with our flagship product Kubecost, we build tooling and intelligence to manage cost, performance, reliability and other infrastructure operability challenges. Our team is fully distributed, and we’re dedicated to building a vibrant, remote-first company culture that focuses on kindness and collaboration while achieving outsized results.
This role provides a blend of customer-facing problem solving and engineering.
Specifically, you will have the opportunity to:
What you should have:
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