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Updated 3 days ago
London, UK / Remote
£50K - 70K a year
Datapane (github.com/datapane) is looking for an exceptional and experienced systems / infrastructure backend engineer to join our team. This role covers both backend systems engineering, infrastructure, and site reliability engineering; you can think of it as involving everything around what runs, where it runs, and keeping it running!
Our scale and workloads present unique challenges which mean this role is hugely important as we grow. Datapane's public API is the most popular way to share and embedding data science documents on the web. Additionally, we provide both a managed/automated cloud and on-premise solution for customers which includes serverless execution of their data science workloads and hosting of their internal data science reports.
The role has many facets, including:
This will be a flexible role with a lot of potential. You might working with some of the latest Linux technologies (such as user-mode containers) to safely isolate analytics code; be orchestrating our CI/CD system to handle building and deploying a product used by tens of thousands of public users and organisations; optimising container build and distribution workflows; working on on-premise and cloud solutions; or pairing on new plugins to integrate Datapane with different data-stores. You'll also be helping to improve our automated deployment, management, and monitoring of customer workloads on the Datapane hosted platform.
The core Datapane platform is a Python system comprising of an OSS library and a free / managed Django server. On the infrastructure side, we try to stay as cloud-agnostic as possible, and can run on any IaaS, but are focusing on our own hosted PaaS on GCP.
Linux and Docker/container knowledge are essential, as is working with the main cloud platforms -- we have several customers running automated setups on AWS, Azure and GCP. Prior Kubernetes experience is desirable but not required; however, you need to be ready and willing to learn K8S as an administrator and operator. As an engineer, you will need to know some Python - we deliberately try to stick to a single language across our stack to maximise reuse, hence our product and most of our deployment scripts and commands use Python. General systems knowledge, for instance, Postgres setup, Redis, networking, load balancing, HTTP caching, SSL cert management, etc. are required to help maintain the Datapane PaaS.
You should be interested in developing best practices for running highly available and highly performant data services, and excited to pick up the new technologies and skills to do so.
Lastly, you should like the idea of releasing to real customers regularly, and prioritise getting a great product into users' hands for feedback and iteration. You will have extensive scope to build and architect the backend, and to help grow the team in the future.
We're looking for permanent, full-time, remote employees excited to join us on our mission. Please do not apply if you cannot start immediately/in the near future, are applying on behalf of an outsourcing company, or a freelancer looking for contract work - unfortunately such applications will be ignored.
Switzerland / Germany
CHF 100K - 125K a year
Inyova is the leading digital platform for investing with a sustainability impact. Through the Inyova platform, people can invest their money in companies that represent the causes they care about (like sustainability, gender equity, etc.) – without sacrificing returns along the way. Inyova stands for “invest in your values” and we're on a mission to make impact investing mainstream.
As a DevOps and Security Engineer at Inyova, you should be:
As a DevOps and Security Engineer, you will be responsible to fully owning the Inyova DevOps topic. You will also set up the highest security standards at Inyova. In particular, you will:
We offer a first-hand start-up experience with the opportunity to disrupt the financial world and make impact investing mainstream! You will be exposed to a wide range of challenging topics with high-intensity coaching from our founders and investment team. Specifically:
Workload: 100% | Start date: ASAP | Location: Zurich/Frankfurt/flexible (within Europe)
$60K - 108K a year
Passionate about implementing effective data solutions that will help businesses gain access to reliable and quality data to make better informed decisions
$60K - 110K a year
We're rebuilding the code running system from the ground up targeting 500 millisecond across the board so we can be the industry leaders in code running speed. This exciting project will be your primary focus for your first year at Dataquest!
This is a hybrid role, where you'll be doing a mix of backend software development work, and infrastructure/devops work. You'll be writing Python code, implementing new features of the Code Running Service, participating in code reviews, and occasionally trouble-shooting application bugs reported by our students and internal users.
You'll join the Platform Team, which is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure and tooling that supports the user-facing application, software development process, and content development process. The Platform Team also helps out with data engineering needs as necessary, and collaborates with product engineering on application performance.
Here's some examples of projects you might work on in your role as Platform Engineer at Dataquest:
Because this is a hybrid role where you'll be using a large variety of tools, we don't expect you already have experience with every tool in our stack! You do need to be excited about learning the ones you don't know yet.
In your first week, expect to:
In your first month, expect to:
In your first three months, expect to:
In your first year, expect to:
Dataquest is an interactive online learning platform for data science. We're passionate about helping students go from zero to job ready. We help students deeply learn concepts, build projects, work together, and gain the confidence they need to start new careers. Read more about our philosophy
We want to help tens of millions of students worldwide change their lives through data science education, and you'll play a key role in helping us get there. We're looking for collaborative and passionate team members, to help us continue to build out our 30+ person remote, global team.
This is a fully remote company and we are open to applications worldwide. You don't have to match all of the listed requirements to apply, we're truly looking for people who can grow along with our diverse and global team.
€65K - 70K a year
We are looking for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer (m/w/d) to help standardise our deployment processes across our products and deepen the DevOps knowledge across all our teams.
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€40K - 60K a year
CLASTIX is a young Italian technology startup that helps enterprises to adopt Cloud Native solutions through an innovative set of products and services.
CLASTIX develops and integrates open source software projects for automated operations across cloud, edge, and data-centers. We support customers of any size to adopt modern infrastructures and embrace the Cloud Native revolution. We believe in continuous learning, flexibility, agile methodology, sharing ideas and knowledge, supporting each other, and pushing ourselves to the next level.
Open-source is part of our DNA. We are the maintainers of Capsule, an open-source Operator for implementing multi-tenancy in Kubernetes. Our commercial product is Clastix Enterprise Kubernetes, a suite of integrated cloud native components, including Capsule, all wrapped together and made available as an enterprise ready platform and deployable as a single solution.
We are looking for a remote experienced Kubernetes expert and Go engineer to join our team to build open-source developer tooling in the cloud-native space.
You will be a key part of a talented and successful engineering team that works together with important customers to build cutting-edge technology solutions based on our open source stack.
We offer a full-time job and multiple benefits: continuous internal training, performance-based bonuses, a cool laptop, and remote working.
Gross salary is expected between 40K-60K EUR/year, depending on the candidate's experience.
Our offices are based in Milan, Italy, and The Hague, Netherlands. However, we will also evaluate candidates living everywhere in Europe who want to work remotely and are open to travel only when required.
You'll get a first screening interview to discuss your background, your habits, and your previous working experience, also in the open-source community.
Once done, a small practical task will be assigned to you: a GitHub repository with the user story is going to be privately shared and a Pull Request is expected within the agreed deadline.
At this phase, a code review will be performed to evaluate your soft skills: we strongly believe in the remote-first approach, so an asynchronous mode of interactions is mandatory, as well our core and ethical values.
If the Pull Request is approved, a final call to meet the team will be made and all the onboarding arrangements will be settled.
Sending an email with your CV attached to
jobs [at] clastix.io.
Please share your GitHub/BitBucket/GitLab profile with us, if you have one and you are contributing to open-source projects.
This announcement is addressed to all genders, according to Italian laws 903/77 and 125/91, and to all ages and nationalities, according to the Italian laws 215/03 and 216/03.
Send a message to CLASTIX:
Remote GMT-4 / GMT-7
$185K - 192K a year
We're looking for experienced Dev/Sec/Ops/SRE folk to join our team, helping our clients navigate and implement the Cloud-Native Vision™ (not really trademarked)
Passionate about Kubernetes, Istio, Argo, Tekton, Terraform, and all things Linux? Do you love applying cloud-native technologies to gracefully solve new problems? Delight in using TDD to build production-grade code? Enjoy creating systems that simplify application developers' lives? Do you relish wrangling AWS, GCP and Azure?
Then read on!
As a consulting company, there's never such a thing as a normal day.
When on an engineering engagement, you could be writing custom controllers in Go, wrangling Terraform configurations, tweaking Kubernetes clusters, building ReactJS UIs, crafting CI/CD pipelines, or APIs in Python. Each client and each project is different, and that's what makes the job so enjoyable.
In-between engagements, and during our 20% time, we work on open source tooling, write about our experiences in our journal, talk at conferences, or research the latest technologies for our workshops.
Clients come to us because of our incredibly deep Linux, DevOps and Kubernetes experience. They look to us to bring a steady judgment born out of our past injuries.
Our people join us because they want a chance to put that experience and judgment to work in challenging projects that span both operations and development. If this sounds like you, then reach out today.
…and that's no accident. While we respect the perseverance and dedication it takes to get your higher degree, we also recognize that many smart and hard working people opt to go straight into the industry. We don't judge anyone for either path.
It's entirely up to you. We treat everyone as equals, but there are pros and cons to either role: We can only provide benefits to our full time employees, but contractors enjoy a much more flexible schedule.
Because of "client communication," we're only hiring people based in or near the US (GMT-4 through GMT-7). We
Our team is small, and we like it that way. You'll have a unique opportunity to help shape SuperOrbital into something truly special. Help us build a company that lives up to our values and acts as an example of what a culture built on respect can achieve.
We strive to offer a structure that matches our values.
Not "some remote employees," not "many remote offices," but a truly 100% remote-first culture.
It's not always easy, but being fully remote gives our people a healthier work/life balance, allows us to create a more diverse team, and helps us attract the best people we can find.
We dedicate a day a week to internal projects, we never work more than 40 hours a week, and we give our people unlimited vacation (and 11 days of holidays).
People can't perform when they're overworked. Your brain needs time off to allow it to flourish when it's back on. DevOps is a marathon, not a sprint.
To do good work, we have to feel we and our loved ones are safe. We provide that foundation for you.
We cover 100% of the premiums for our stellar medical, dental & vision insurance. We also pay your home internet bills, provide office equipment, and offer a matching 401k to all of our employees.
You may want to consider contracting...
Our contractors enjoy flexible three or four day working weeks (long weekends rock!) and the ability to take extended sabbaticals in-between projects. Many of our contractors use our projects to pay the bills while they invest in their own startup ideas.
While we can't legally provide benefits like insurance and PTO, we do everything we can to help our contractors feel like an integral part of the team.
While these values stem from moral roots, we also just believe they're the right way to run a business. Working in an environment of professionalism, respect, and emotional safety allows us to produce our best work, and builds a culture that enriches everyone's lives.
Our clients look to us to help them understand the myriad and constantly changing landscape of cloud-native tools. It's important to us that they succeed. This means focusing on the actual problems they face and leading them toward the simplest solutions possible. This is what we mean by "Do What Works."
We continually try to take the path that does right by our people and our clients, no matter how hard that can be. We believe that how you treat others inevitably comes back to you, so we try to keep our karma well groomed.
We're a business, not a brogrammer startup. We don't accept death marches, political backstabbing, or a "take-it-for-the-team" mentality. Instead, we believe in an environment of professionalism and respect.
SuperOrbital is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that will consider all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetics, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
CHF 110K - 140K a year
aXedras™ vision is to connect and digitalize the precious metal industry. We combine bullion market expertise and cutting-edge information technology to create significant benefits for the stakeholders of the precious metals industry.
aXedras™ builds and runs the Bullion Integrity Ledger™ - a trusted digital network based on latest DLT - on which market participants in the precious metals industry can interact with each other to maintain shared ledgers of product and ownership information. The technology of the Bullion Integrity Ledger™ enables to digitally reflect manifold precious metals industry use cases and applications along the entire value-chain.
We develop on GitLab, using Kotlin, Gradle, Docker, NodeJS, React, Terraform and Ansible. An instance of the aXedras™ stack is composed of a R3 Corda blockchain node, a set of JVM/Spring-Boot-based microservices to control and connect the node to our frontend, and the React-based user interface. Each network member owns its own stack, which is hosted and operated by the customers either on-premise or in the cloud.
You will have the opportunity to join an innovative and agile IT project within a fast growing and dynamic start-up company. You will to be part of a highly motivated, cross-functional team! You will get the chance to take a driving role in the design and development of the entire stack, with a focus on the DevOps components.
Applications of all seniority levels are welcome but initial working experience is expected.
Hands-on IT DevOps skills such as:
Direct employment (Swiss work permit & residency required) or contractor format (worldwide, +/-2h CET preferred) is possible
Amsterdam / Remote in Europe
€80K - 100K a year
Kaizo aims to actively guide employees towards achieving their goals and making an impact at their companies.
We are building a performance development platform for customer support teams that leverages gamification and AI to improve operational efficiency, elevate teams' performance and retention with actionable goals. We are a product-led, fast-growing SaaS company with a diverse team and a globally active customer base.
As a Senior Scala Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and implementing backend services on existing or new microservices, integrate with third-party APIs, and help run all of this in production. You will work tightly with our frontend developers as well as with our AI Engineers.
You will work with some of the best global talent to build a tool used by great companies like Miro, Marley Spoon, Footlocker, Soundcloud, Tripaneer or WeTransfer. You will be part of a team of diverse and passionate people with a culture that empowers great work.
We do everything to make sure you feel nourished, motivated and supported by offering:
£80K - 100K a year
We want to help small business win. That's why we're here.
We connect small business owners to investors – to create jobs, help families and power economies – because we believe that people are made to do more. And we want to help them.
So, we created the leading online marketplace for small business loans. Our investors have lent £9.8 billion in 130,000 loans to 90,000 small business owners. In a single year, we unlocked 115,000 jobs and contributed £6.5 billion to the global economy. There's never been a better time to join!
Be part of the team that changes everything. Let's build the place where small businesses can get the funding they need to win and leave a legacy behind, forever.
This role sits within the “Tech and Data” teams. The drivers behind our platform – brilliant people working together to create, code, and build the next game changers.
Would you describe yourself as a creative and ambitious engineer who's always ready to take on the next cutting-edge technology and build scalable infrastructure? If your answer is yes, you're going to fit right in with our team.
The Platform team builds and maintains the infrastructure that powers all the apps at Funding Circle. If you enjoy automation, working with the latest technology and helping define and steer the technical direction of a global brand then this role is for you.
We are a group of passionate engineers whose bread and butter is learning new technologies and fostering a collaborative and inclusive environment - we're looking for people who feel the same.
We're gearing up for our biggest chapter yet – and it's being driven by tech.
That means full steam ahead working on our global platform and real challenges for you to noodle and solve – as we build new things, reimagine the stack and go after the greenfield.
We believe that great ideas come from everywhere. So, there are no pigeonholes here. We keep it agile and open. Think big remits and huge ownership in a continuous learning environment. Close knit teams, with mentorships and global career opportunities. Everyone working together to make a genuine difference to small business owners, to us and to you.
Join the team making it happen. Help us define long-term commitments and launch the next game changers – let's build the incredible.
It's in our differences that we find our strengths.
At Funding Circle, we celebrate and support the differences that make you, you. We're proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and affirmative action employer. We truly believe that diversity makes us better. We particularly encourage applications from applicants from underrepresented backgrounds. We welcome applicants who may want to work flexibly, this position is available to be remote within the UK.
Want to Build the Incredible? We'd love to hear from you.
$156K - 204K a year
Currently, we are on the lookout for a Solution Architect who is passionate about designing and building software and distributed systems. If you are excited about working with cutting edge technologies, building unique products, and helping client's architect and build exciting solutions, we want to speak with you.
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