[Spam check] What is the name of Elon Musk's company going to Mars?
👉 Hiring for a Remote position?on the 🏆 #1 Remote Jobs board
Remote Health by SafetyWing
Global health insurance for freelancers & remote workers
Site Reliability Engineerclosed
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nMayStreet Inc. has immediate openings for Site Reliability Engineers (SRE). This is a full-time remote position. We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic problem-solvers with an interest in capital markets data to join us as we continue providing technology innovation and support to the world’s leading global capital markets companies. \n\nIn this role, you will be part of a talented and open-minded software team that works on mission-critical applications within capital markets technology. You will have the opportunity to contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle – from suggesting the use of emerging technologies to designing, integrating, and upgrading complex architecture.\n\nWho we are\n\nMayStreet is a global software company Headquartered in NYC, servicing the world’s top capital markets trading companies. We’re building the next generation of capital markets technology. Global capital markets are an ocean of fast-moving, interrelated and complex data. Historically it’s been nearly impossible for all but a select few firms to make use of much of this data. MayStreet solves this problem by managing collection, storage and API access to uniquely high-quality data sets. \n\nCurrent strategic pursuits\n\nThe Site Reliability Engineer will build, maintain and evolve the production systems of MayStreet and its related tools / systems at customer sites. This includes supervising initial deployments and guiding new customers through the initial learning process for operating the deployed systems. The position is based in New York City.\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Primary engineering and operational support for multiple distributed applications \n\n* Improving all aspects of application reliability, including better monitoring, alerting and documentation\n\n* Engaging with our software engineering teams on support issues and improvements to our tools, processes, and software\n\n* Being a conduit between infrastructure and development teams\n\n* Educating and evangelizing DevOps best practices to the company at large\n\n\n\n\nQualifications\n\n\n* A bachelor’s degree in computer science, equivalent discipline or relevant work experience\n\n* Strong knowledge of Linux and cloud computing \n\n* The ideal candidate will have at least 3 - 5 years of relevant experience\n\n* Experience in customer support\n\n* Basic understanding of data access methodologies, including general API terminologies\n\n* Ability to interact with both software developers and customer operations staff\n\n* Experience using AWS, EKS, Cognito\n\n* The ability to program (structured and OO) in Python\n\n* In-depth knowledge and experience in at least one of: Ansible, Chef, Cloudformation, Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes and a desire to learn more\n\n* Ability to profile and debug systems in real time\n\n* Understanding of agile SDLC, CICD and toolsets GitLab / Jenkins / Jira\n\n\n\n\nAdditional qualifications preferred:\n\n\n* Financial markets experience\n\n* Experience with authentication and encryption technologies like TLS, Kerberos and GSSAPI\n\n* Networking experience, analyzing packet dumps, multicast routing on hosts, packet filtering\n\n* OS/kernel experience such as familiarity with OS tunables, log analysis\n\n\n\n\nMayStreet perks\n\n\n* Competitive compensation \n\n* Company-paid medical, dental and vision insurance package\n\n* 401K with matching \n\n* Company stock options\n\n* Generous personal-time-off package \n\n* Entrepreneurial environment \n\n* Small team with growth opportunity\n\n* Exposure to all aspects of the financial technology services \n\n\n\n\nMayStreet is an equal opportunity employer
See more jobs at MayStreet
# How do you apply?\n\n This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.