We are looking for a DevOps Engineer to join our team here at Rustici Software. Come work alongside our software development team, deploying the applications we create in our AWS hosted infrastructure.
Our DevOps engineers are responsible for keeping services running smoothly. The DevOps team owns the low-level infrastructure and monitoring of all services. They share ownership of the build and deployment pipeline for our products. DevOps engineers also provide advice in product and application development.
As a result, your day-to-day work will often vary. You can expect to:
We’re not hung up on a particular amount or type of DevOps experience, but we are adamant about a particular level of skill. We develop web applications, so familiarity with the typical web stack is critical. You will need a mix of strong software development skills and systems administration.
On the operations side, we are looking for broad knowledge of:
On the development side, we want a candidate with broad knowledge of:
Finally, we expect some familiarity with modern operations tooling. Specifically, we’d like some experience with “Infrastructure as Code” tools like Terraform or CloudFormation, Ansible, Chef, or Puppet.
At Rustici Software, we use a variety of technologies. Specific experience with the following tools is not required by any means. We are looking for someone with broad domain knowledge. However, we value transparency, so this is what our world looks like today.
Check out “An Open Letter” from of our Managing Director, Tammy Rutherford. It says a lot about what you need to know before emailing us about this job opening.
Make sure that what we get from you makes it apparent that you are the right person and that this job is important to you, and that you want to work here, not just somewhere.
You will want to spend some time on our website, learn how we think, what we do, and why we have been named a Best Place to Work by Nashville Business Journal for more than 10 years now. Get to know us if you want us to get to know you.