Join our SysAdmin in managing production pipeline from programmers' workstations all the way to production servers,
Install new services and improve infrastructure to help us grow,
Manage day-to-day operations such as deployment and data migrations,
Maintain and extend our automated build environment,
Work with a small (10 people and growing) but very active Dev Team that practices continuous delivery,
Monitor system health and assess performance,
Ensure the integrity and stability of our systems,
Help us check the missing items on opsreportcard.com,
Herd daemons and ward the Evil off our systems.
Thrive in Linux environment,
Have impeccable English skills,
Understand configuration management tools,
Delegate mundane tasks to programs and scripts (Ruby experience is a plus),
Want to learn new tools and techniques,
Feel at home with the cloud and virtualized environments,
Feel uncomfortable when you see people doing things that could be automated,
Employ and possibly extend the best tools available (contributions to Open-Source projects is a plus),
Understand that DevOps is not about what you do, but how you do it. Warsaw and our offices
We work from Warsaw University Library (a multi-award winning building by the Vistula river with a rooftop garden and ground floor full of cafes and restaurants) and a co-working space in San Francisco. We work hard, get challenged every day and learn a great deal. We also go out to cool places and spend a lot of time together. We own a drone and a (toy) helicopter but the work we do is serious.
Warsaw University's Institute of Informatics (MIMUW) is a top-notch CS faculty worldwide. It hosted ACM-ICPC 2012 and is alma mater to world champions in programming and 1/3 of our team.
Private medical care,
Flexible working hours and home office,
Growth Budget (for anything that helps you grow),
Take Good Care of Yourself budget (for gym membership, spa, massages).
Convince us with
1. a 1-page CV (in .pdf)
2. a note telling us
What can you tell about our systems and technology stack looking from the outside?
What do you think is the biggest SysAdmin challenge at Codility? Why? How would you approach and handle it?
What are your best practices for SysAdmin / Dev Team collaboration?