Browse 100+ Kubernetes jobs (2 new this week) with GCP at companies like Moov, Overleaf and SuperOrbital with salaries from $140,000 to $190,000 working as a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, DevOps Engineer and Senior DevOps Engineer.
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Remote (US only)
$140K - 160K a year
At Moov, we're empowering innovation by helping platforms and creators build payments solutions with ease and speed. We're building a world-class product that simplifies the process of moving, storing, and accepting money. We believe that every software is becoming a payments company, and by equipping developers with the best tools we can tackle complex problems together.
We're a 100% remote company with people from more than 16 states, and we're committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We embrace diversity, creativity, and equal opportunity.
As a member of the Moov team, you will build new and improve existing banking and payment experiences that customers depend on every day.
As a member of the engineering team, you'll:
Technologies we use and teach
$140,000 to $160,000
Moov is committed to building a supportive community which allows all people to contribute however they are best able to. We believe that our products are a mixture of creative and detail oriented work where people from all backgrounds offer unique insight.
Remote (EU / North America)
£35K - 75K a year
Overleaf is a startup and social enterprise that builds modern collaborative authoring tools for scientists — like Google Docs for Science. We have over eight million registered users from around the world and over 400,000 people use our platform each day. Our primary product is an online, real-time collaborative editor for papers, theses, technical reports and other documents written in the LaTeX markup language.
Overleaf was founded by two mathematicians who were inspired by their own experiences in academia to create a better solution for scientific collaboration and communication. Now we are a team of about fifty with fifteen engineers. We were recently recognised as one of the UK's top 100 fastest growing businesses and as the Best SaaS for Nonprofits or Education in the 2020 SaaS Awards Program.
We're part of the Digital Science family of science, health and ed-tech companies.
We are looking to hire a devops engineer to help run our platform. This is a complex web app that allows users to edit their scientific documents in collaboration with others, in real-time.
Your role will involve helping us to run and maintain our microservice infrastructure, debug live problems, improve security and adopt new technologies and best practices (such as continuous deployment). You will also be looking into live issues if they occur, and helping to diagnose and fix problems in production.
We have an on-call rota for production issues out-of-ours which would require you to be available at certain times. This is flexible and usually covers 1-2 days per week, for which there is compensation. You would not be required to work additional hours for this.
Most of our microservices are written in Node.js using MongoDB, PostgreSQL and Redis.
Overleaf is based on open-source software, and most of our product code is itself open source. You can find it on GitHub:https://github.com/overleaf/overleaf
As a member of the Engineering team at Overleaf, you will be helping to make Overleaf the place where scientists, researchers and academics go to do their best work.
Overleaf is remote-first — all staff work remotely and this is part of our values. We also have an office space in London for those that want to use it, and when the pandemic settles down we'll again get the whole team together in London a few times a year for face-to-face time.
Our core hours for meetings are 2pm–5pm UK time; we try to schedule all team meetings during this time, including daily 10–15 minute standup calls and biweekly company update calls.
The stages in our hiring process are typically:
If you have a deadline, please let us know in your application, and we will try to be accommodating.
We require that you:
We are an equal opportunity employer and value 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.
Remote (GMT-4 through GMT-7)
$160K - 190K 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.
We haven't mentioned education
…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.
Contractor or employee?
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.
We're 100% remote, but time zones suck
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.
$120K a year
TurnKey Lender strives to make fair digital lending worldwide a reality through tailored intelligent automation, AI, unmatched credit decisioning accuracy, and servicing speed. By combining traditional and alternative scoring mechanisms we help lenders serve more clients and approve more of the right loans faster.
Turnkey Lender develops the most intelligent automation tools empowering innovative companies to increase financial inclusion and make credit available to ordinary people and small businesses through high-end technologies such as online lending, blockchain, social network scoring, big data, mobile data analytics.
Our employees are involved in intense, but very interesting process of software and business development for spreading the highest standards of financial technologies world-wide.
DevOps Engineer is an individual contributor role on a dynamic and growing team chartered with implementing DevOps for automation, deployment and continuous monitoring of Turnkey Lender's SaaS and Cloud offerings. We seek an individual contributor with extensive experience in infrastructure as code and automated deployments to provide experienced guidance to Turnkey Lender as we accelerate our on-premises/cloud/SaaS offerings.
Remote (US only)
$145K - 190K a year
TeamSnap is a sports and communication platform dedicated to empowering play in youth sports. We value trust, communication, and fun more than big company policies. We empower our people to bring big ideas and tiny egos which lands us on Outside Magazine's list of “Best Places to Work” on the regular.
TeamSnap is seeking a Staff Site Reliability Engineer to join our remote platform team.
This role will directly report to Trey Tacon with regular interactions with Product, Platform team members, and other engineers across TeamSnap.
Help us develop reliable, scalable, and efficient container orchestrated solutions for our new and existing applications. You'll be using Kubernetes, Helm, Spinnaker, Docker, and other cloud technologies to deliver our apps to over 25 million users in more than 195 countries.
Got cold feet? If you're thinking you don't meet 100% of the above qualifications, you should still seriously consider applying. We're all humans with special talents that go beyond what's listed here.
We are headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, but this job is remote (unless you happen to live near Boulder, in which case you're welcome to come to the office). TeamSnap is a mostly-distributed company, so you must be very comfortable working with people who aren't in the same physical location as you or each other. While we love all parts of the world, we can only hire permanent US residents at this time.
We're committed to equitable compensation for all TeamSnappers. The salary for this role starts at a minimum of $145,000 plus bonus and benefits. This applies to Colorado-based employees only and may be adjusted based on work experience, skills, certifications, and geographic location.
TeamSnap provides a culture of trust, boundless opportunities to grow, and the chance to make a lasting impact. Benefits include:
Bring your real self. Celebrate what makes you unique. Part of our commitment to inclusion and diversity includes deepening our relationships with our employee resource groups (women, people of color, and LGBTQ+). Our ERGs partner regularly with the executive team and people experience team to hold TeamSnap accountable in building an environment where everyone feels valued. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Remote (US only)
$165K - 180K a year
As a Technical Lead for the Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) team, your primary goals will be to provide exceptional value to our clients working across our managed and professional services offerings, acting as a Kubernetes subject matter expert.
Fairwinds is seeking an intellectually curious, collaborative, enthusiastic, and flexible engineer to join our team as a Technical Lead.
As a Technical Lead at Fairwinds, you'll work directly with clients to ensure their goals are met through automation, analysis, and infrastructure configuration. Working collaboratively with the other SREs at Fairwinds, your expertise will help our clients succeed with Kubernetes through building robust infrastructure, solving complex problems, maintaining reliable, secure environments, and standing behind our work as a part of our on-call rotation.
We work with a diverse set of technologies in and around Kubernetes depending on what our clients need. Commonly this includes technologies like:
Fairwinds is on the cutting edge of Kubernetes. We are a “Remote First” organization working U.S. hours, headquartered in Boston, MA. We believe our solutions (SaaS, Managed Service, Professional Services, Training, etc.) enable our customers to succeed with Kubernetes. We want individuals who are excited to bring expertise to clients everyday!
We are a group of curious and motivated individuals, guided by our values of respect, inclusion, compassion, and kindness.
Fairwinds is an equal opportunity employer and value 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.
$91.2K - 164.4K a year
When you're an engineer at Grab, you are part of the heart and soul of the company. Our passion is anchored in the work that we do, and this is reflected in the impact we make on millions of lives on a daily basis. Our team is empowered by creating amazing services and tools that serve millions of passengers, driving partners, and fellow Grabbers.
You'll be part of a team that is responsible for the Security of Grab Cloud platform which is one of the largest deployments in the region.
Grab is more than just the leading ride-hailing and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia. We use data and technology to improve everything from transportation to payments and financial services across a region of more than 620 million people. We work with governments, drivers, passengers, merchants, and the community, to solve critical problems in Southeast Asia.
Grab began as a taxi-hailing app in 2012, but we have since extended our product platform to include GrabCar, GrabShare, GrabBike, GrabHitch, GrabExpress, GrabFood, GrabCoach, GrabShuttle, GrabCycle. We recently launched our fintech platform – GrabFinancial, which consists of payments, lending and insurance. Our latest addition is GrabVentures, an in-house incubation platform. We are focused on pioneering new commuting and payment alternatives for drivers and passengers with an emphasis on convenience, safety, and reliability. Currently, we offer services in 8 countries. Our R&D offices are in Singapore, Seattle, Beijing, Bangalore, Jakarta and Vietnam. We aspire to unlock the true potential of Southeast Asia and look for like-minded individuals to join us on this ride.
If you share our vision of driving South East Asia forward, apply to join our team today.
€45K a year
As part of our platform team you will be responsible for maintaining and evolving our current Google cloud platform for MindMeister and MeisterTask. You will automate deployment processes, optimize monitoring and cloud infrastructure, keep an eye on cloud costs, and improve performance and availability. Moreover, you're setting up new security processes and make sure our internal IT processes work smoothly. Sounds interesting? Join us!
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