Solar Monkey is hiring a
Remote Platform Infrastructure Engineer
Whilst it is possible to run completely "server less" these days, that isn't always practical for all applications. Thus we still run a moderate cloud stack on the Google Cloud Platform. As you can see in the description of our stack, we use Hashicorp's tools for deployment. That means a Consul + Vault cluster, and Nomad to schedule (container) jobs. That actually runs stable without too much maintenance. Most of the work is in improving the experience of other developers, and making it easier for them to do the things they need to do on the operations side.\n\nFor example, we use Terraform to control and set up our resources. However that doesn't mean that it is clear for everyone what to use and how to tie that together. Modularizing and documenting is key here. Also, we want to enable continuous integration here, so everyone can see what the effect would be of their changes, without giving everyone the necessary credentials to the whole stack.\n\nThe rest of the team will look to you for advice on how to deploy their service, how to keep sight on its metrics and errors. Note that you are probably the one with the most knowledge, we do rotate on-call duties with the whole team.\n\n\n### Compensation\nThe envisioned salary range for this position is $50k-$80k per year (excluding 8% holiday pay), depending on experience. Besides that we offer Stock Appreciation Rights and a 4% learning budget. You’ll get an Apple Macbook Pro (M1) to work on.\n\n\n### About You\nAs important as coding itself however is your attitude towards colleagues and learning. We are looking for someone who is eager to improve, not too shy to ask any type of question and who can communicate well in writing. The reason for this is that we work remotely a lot (we did quite so before corona, but now practically 100%).\n\nYou are eager to solve complex problems in a sustainable and pragmatic way. You don’t shy away from calling out possible pitfalls or infeasible plans. On the other hand you are also solution oriented, and helpful towards people who don’t understand code.\n\nMore information on who we are and what we do can be found [here](https://engineering.solarmonkey.nl/jobs/2021-11-platform-lead/#_details).\n\n### Requirements\n- You have experience managing a cloud platform (GCP/AWS/OpenStack) from code.\n- You are proficient in Python (or another server-side language like Go or Ruby, and willing to learn Python).\n- You can design a "stack" for a new service so it is scalable and trustworthy.\n- You have experience with container based deployment.\n- You are able to work with a diverse group of people. You’re not a rock star or code-ninja, you’re a human, of some form 🙂.\n- You can clearly outline your thoughts about a technical solution in written form (and diagrams are always a bonus!).\n- You actively engage with others to optimize processes and reduce bottlenecks.\n- You are able to pick up new things quickly.\n- You want to work 32 to 40 hours a week.\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the word **ENTICING** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RNDQuMjAxLjk2LjQz. 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
$50,000 — $80,000/year\n
\n\n#Location\nRemote - Europe / CET
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