DevOps Engineer LLC

Job Type and Pay:

We are looking for a seasoned DevOps Engineer with significant skills and experience. Pay will be in accordance with abilities, skills, experience, etc...

  • Full time - we expect people to put in 40 hrs a week or more

  • Fully Remote.

  • No agencies.

  • Salary: $15-$35/hr USD as a contractor - depending on skills, experience, proficiency in our tech stack, etc...

  • Equity is also available for outstanding applicants and those with leadership abilities - people who can take on a leadership role.

Necessary Experience

Must have professional experience in the following:

  • Django OR Flask experience

  • Docker: Dockerfiles + containers orchestration of choice (docker-compose, ECS, kubernetes)

  • AWS OR Azure OR Google cloud

  • Git: basic ops + history manipulation (rebase, interactive rebase, stashing, patches)

The Ideal Candidate:

The Ideal Candidate has solid understanding and usage experience of most of the following technologies while willing to learn the rest:

- Python  

  • Django

  • Django Rest Framework

  • pip8

  • pytest

  • flake8

  • mypy, typing

  • pdb

    - JS  

  • node

  • npm

  • react

- Docker  

  • Designing docker images

  • docker-compose

  • WSL2+docker

- Linux administration  

  • Bash Shell

  • make

- GIT  

  • Advanced history manipulation

- PostgreSQL  

  • Basic DBA skills

- AWS  

  • CloudFormation

  • CloudFront

  • Lambda

  • API Gateways

  • ECR+ECS+Fargate

  • Secrets Manager and Systems Manager

  • Event Bus

  • IAM

  • and more...

- Serverless Framework

Extra tech and experience is a plus.

If you're missing too much experience, you can still apply as an intern.


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