DevOps Engineer

Nash


1 week ago

04/11/2019 22:42:16

Job type: Full-time

Category: Software Dev


Our goal at Nash is to make trading, holding, and interacting with cryptocurrencies accessible to everyone. We are looking for DevOps engineers (remote) to assist with the deployment of our exchange matching engine, settlement layer, and APIs. You should be well versed in best practices for deploying, monitoring, and updating highly secure systems.

Requirements

> Build infrastructure for the secure deployment and monitoring of our exchange services.

> Document your work thoroughly so that others can work with and build upon it.

> Engage in test-driven development practices.

> Work asynchronously with a fully remote team.

We are looking for

> 4+ years in a prior DevOps role.

> Experience managing cloud provider services (e.g., AWS GCP) using Terraform.

> Experience deploying highly secure systems (such as financial software).

> Experience managing cloud provider services (e.g., AWS GCP).

> Extensive knowledge of Kubernetes, microservice deployments, and CI/CD (Gitlab)

> Experience with managing distributed systems in Elixir.

We prefer but don't require

> 1+ years experience working with Elixir.

> Experience working in remote teams.

> A history of contributing to open source software.

> Experience working with OTP, Ecto, and Plug.

> Familiarity with Elixir typespecs.

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