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Infrastructure Engineer

Infrastructure Engineer  


ReCharge Payments


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\nOverview\n\nWith over 10,000 online merchants launching subscriptions and over 1,000,000 subscribers powered by ReCharge, we have a lot of store owners to support. Our mission to make repeat orders easier began five years ago as a bootstrapped startup and today we're at the forefront of recurring billing software with over 150 remote-first employees around the globe processing tens of millions of dollars in sales every week.\n\nWe're looking for an Infrastructure Engineer to join the Infrastructure Operations team and collaborate on a critical part of the platform. This team is responsible for the design and support of the product platform, focusing Cloud-native solutions to enable our product and feature teams to keep up with the fast pace of our industry. Facilitated by robust tooling, automation and well maintained documentation.\n\nOur stack includes: Python, Flask, Jinja, Docker, GCP, Terraform, Ansible, Memcached, Nginx, Snowflake, Looker, Matillion\n\nWhat You’ll Do\n\n\n* Live by and champion our values: #ownership, #empathy, #simple-solutions.\n\n* Design and support the product platform and operational runtime.\n\n* Collaborate with other departments to improve developer and customer experience through Infrastructure or pipeline improvements.\n\n* Implement new technologies to solve ReCharge's technical challenges as they arise.\n\n* Champion good habits within your team; improve engineering standards, tooling, and processes.\n\n* Find and address performance issues throughout the application.\n\n* Troubleshoot complex issues.\n\n\n\n\nWhat You’ll Bring\n\n\n* Typically, 5+ years of relevant infrastructure operations experience in fast paced environments\n\n* 4+ years experience with Docker, Ansible, TDD\n\n* 2+ years experience with Metrics and APM, Logging solutions\n\n* 2+ years experience in cloud-native environments such as GCP, AWS, or Azure\n\n* Proficient with python2/3, flake8/pep8, flask, gunicorn, gevent\n\n* Experience with auto-scaling, serverless infrastructure components\n\n* Experience with Terraform, MySQL, SQLAlchemy,Git/Github, lint\n\n* A knack for engineering simple solutions to solve complex problems\n\n* Willingness to participate in a first line of support on-call rotation\n\n* Ability to work remotely and desire to make an impact at a boot-strapped start-up\n\n* Proficient with Signalfx or other SaaS monitoring solution desired\n\n* Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience desired\n\n\n

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