ReadyTal is hiring a
Remote Intermediate and Senior DevOps Engineers
ReadyTal is seeking highly talented and passionate DevOps / Site Reliability Engineers to help a select group of international companies build their teams with the best global remote developer talent.\n\n\n**Required Skills\n\n* 4+ years experience as a DevOps Engineer/SRE, experienced working in an Agile development environment, with experience in the following:\n* Extensive experience with Kubernetes\n* CI/CD tools: GitHub Actions, Jenkins, Gitlab\n* AWS and other cloud providers\n* Load balancers such as HAproxy and Nginx\n* Highly available PostgreSQL clusters\n* SQL database optimization\n* Debian packaging (APT)\n* Building Docker images\n* Monitoring tools\n* Azure DevOps \n* Ansible configuration management\n\n** Personal Attributes\n\n* Highly self-motivated and results-oriented team player\n* Ability to work in a remote team environment. Self-driven, organized and motivated to deliver results\n* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral) in English\n* Personal/professional integrity and commitment to excellence\n* BS degree in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent work experience\n* Strong attention to detail \n\nBe sure to mention the word **SAINTLINESS** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RMy4yMzguMjQuMjA5. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
$70,000 — $150,000/year\n
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