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\nWhen it comes to pizza, all the organic mozzarella, woodburning ovens and gluten free crusts in the world don't add up to much if you don't have the technology to compete. With Domino’s testing drones and self-driving cars, and robots distributing the pepperoni, what's a local pizzeria chain supposed to do to keep up? That’s where you come in. We’re looking for a DevOps engineer to join in the struggle against the major national pizza chains. We're building a technology arsenal that independent pizza restaurants and mom and pop operations can use to compete toe to toe with the big three. Face it - Pizza has probably helped you power through a lot of late night shenanigans. Isn’t it time you gave back? \n\nYou’ll work with our core product engineers to make sure our systems are reliable, secure, automated, efficient, and constantly improving. You'll help securely manage Linux servers that power the in-store systems at pizzerias across the nation, and you'll use Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana to organize log data and metrics from thousands of cloud and in store systems. You'll help keep our online ordering and configuration management systems in AWS up and running using tools like CloudFormation and Ansible. You'll help maintain our continuous integration pipeline with Jenkins. \n\nYou'll work with people who are as nice as they are smart. You'll deal with a minimum of corporate nonsense and get the freedom to do things right. You can work in our office in Iriving TX if you happen to be nearby, or if not - we embrace a remote team. You'll keep in touch with your team with daily virtual standups. We'll pick a spot on the map every so often and get together for a technical conference or in person design confab. But most importantly, you'll give hard working locally owned pizza joints a real chance in their struggle against the empire. Seriously.\n\nRequired Qualifications\n\n\n* A bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.\n\n* At least 2 years of experience managing or administrating CentOS Linux servers.\n\n* At least 2 years of experience with a configuration management tool like Chef, Puppet, or Ansible. (Ansible preferred.)\n\n* At least 2 years of experience with Amazon Web Services, including S3, EC2, ELB, VPC, and Cloud Formation.\n\n* At least 1 year working with a continuous integration platform like Bamboo, TeamCity, Circle CI or Jenkins. (Jenkins Preferred).\n\n* An almost fanatical security mindset. You'd introduce SELinux and IP Tables, even if we weren't already using them.\n\n* Exposure to Elasticsearch and Rabbit MQ in a clustered environment.\n\n* Excellent communication skills.\n\n* A desire to do things right and the ability to take ownership of difficult problems.\n\n\n\n\nPreferred Qualifications\n\n\n* Enough experience with Agile development methodologies to see their strengths and weaknesses.\n\n* Experience with Github or Bitbucket as well as the Atlassian suite of stuff everybody seems to use these days.\n\n* Payment card industry experience or experience building PCI compliant systems.\n\n* Experience with custom PXE based hardware imaging techniques. (Anaconda, kickstart, etc.)\n\n* Experience building and deploying software as RPM's. (You've created an RPM build spec.)\n\n* Experience with a log analysis and visualization tool like Splunk or the ELK Stack.\n\n* Experience with New Relic or Raygun.\n\n\n\n\nYou must have the right to work in the US legally. Offshore applicants will not be considered, but this isn't for political reasons. It's for we're-not-big-enough-to-make-offshore-work-effectively reasons.
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