Posted on Aug 18 2018 (3 months ago)
Do you want to join us on a journey to change the trillion dollar travel industry? We are looking for the best and brightest who share our passion for travelers, data, and product.
FindHotel believes travel is the one thing that really opens minds to new ideas, cultures and ways of thinking. Our mission is to get every traveller in the world the best accommodation deal. From adventure travel and backpacking to honeymoons and family vacations, we deeply care so that every traveller can make the best informed accommodation choice at the absolute best conditions for every trip.
We are growing fast and looking for Lead DevOps Engineer to join us in becoming a global travel category leader.
We build highly performant, scalable services and components that power our product and provide our users with the best content and deals the accommodation industry has to offer. Scalability, reliability, and great performances are the core of what we build. We work with modern stacks (Go, Node.js, Ruby, Elixir, Python) and our infrastructure in the cloud (AWS) is managed via tools like Docker, Jenkins, and Terraform, as well as principles like infrastructure-as-code, automation, and CI/CD.
Should you join us, not only you will get exposed to some bright engineers with a passion for delivering great software, you will also get the chance to collaborate with team members from a broader range of expertise, including data analysts and scientists, product owners, UX and marketing specialists.
What you will actually be doing / responsibilities
What a day in the office might look like
In the morning, you sit down with a squad to review the deployment process for a new component, designing the solution that allows for fast, automated iterations. After lunch, you take some time to improve one of the shared Terraform modules used by many teams to support a new feature AWS made available not long ago. Before the end of the day, you prepare the documentation for a security best practice you identified as missing in some of the publicly exposed APIs, scheduling a quick workshop with the interested teams to explain the reasoning behind the change.
Who we are looking for/requirements
Do you want to know if FindHotel is the right place for you? Find out by reading our CEO's blog post
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