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Kontist

🇪🇺 EU-onlyOriginally posted on Remote OK

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infrastructure

 

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infrastructure

 

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ci

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### About the job\n* Take full ownership of our cloud infrastructure on AWS \n* Continuously improve the reliability, stability, and performance of the infrastructure\n* Ensure infrastructure security and perform routine security audit \n* Build out robust monitoring and alerting systems\n\n\n### Your profile\n* Agile experience and mindset \n* Confident, assertive and communicative \n* Intimate knowledge of AWS ecosystem\n* Experience in managing infrastructure-as-code\n* Configuration management, CD/CI \n* CloudFormation and/or Terraform \n* Virtualization technology: docker, kubernetes \n* Strong programming skills in Shell, Python, or Ruby \n* Proficiency in English\n\n\n### What’s in it for you\n* Open to both full-time position as well as 100% remote\n* A highly motivated and ambitious working environment in a cohesive, fast-growing team \n* A multicultural, diverse, and inclusive community where you can grow personally and professionally, including possibilities to move internally within the company \n* Lovely sunny and green office in central Berlin with office dogs \n* Flexible, trust-based working hours \n* Personal coaching \n* Regular team events and company off-sites \n* Weekly German and English classes \n* Sponsored daily on-site lunches \n* Urban Sports Club Membership\n\n\n### About Kontist\nKontist is a Berlin, Germany-based financial services provider for freelancers with about 100 employees. We just announced the completion of a €25 million ($29.6M) Series B funding round in March 2021.\n\n\n#### *Please do not apply if you are not able to work during our core working hours (10:00 - 16:00 CEST). Occasional visits to Berlin (Germany) might be required if you choose to work remotely.*\n\n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU-only


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Doximity is transforming the healthcare industry. Our mission is to help doctors be more productive, informed, and connected. Achieving this vision requires a multitude of disciplines, expertises and perspective. One of our core pillars have always been data. As a software engineer focused on the infrastructure aspect of our data stack you will work on improving healthcare by advancing our data capabilities, best practices and systems. Our team brings a diverse set of technical and cultural backgrounds and we like to think pragmatically in choosing the tools most appropriate for the job at hand.\n\n**About Us**\n\nOur data teams schedule over 1000 Python pipelines and over 350 Spark pipelines every 24 hours, resulting in over 5000 data processing tasks each day. Additionally, our data endeavours leverage datasets ranging in size from a few hundred rows to a few hundred billion rows. The Doximity data teams rely heavily on Python3, Airflow, Spark, MySQL, and Snowflake. To support this large undertaking, the data infrastructure team uses AWS, Terraform, and Docker to manage a high-performing and horizontally scalable data stack. The data infrastructure team is responsible for enabling and empowering the data analysts, machine learning engineers and data engineers at Doximity. We provide and evole a foundation on which to build, and ensure that incidental complexites melt into our abstractions. Doximity has worked as a distributed team for a long time; pre-pandemic, Doximity was already about 65% distributed.\n\nFind out more information on the Doximity engineering blog\n* Our [company core values](https://work.doximity.com/)\n* Our [recruiting process](https://technology.doximity.com/articles/engineering-recruitment-process-doximity)\n* Our [product development cycle](https://technology.doximity.com/articles/mofo-driven-product-development)\n* Our [on-boarding & mentorship process](https://technology.doximity.com/articles/software-engineering-on-boarding-at-doximity)\n\n**Here's How You Will Make an Impact**\n\nAs a data infrastructure engineer you will work with the rest of the data infrastructure team to design, architect, implement, and support data infrastructure, systems, and processes impacting all other data teams at Doximity. You will solidify our CI/CD pipelines, reduce production impacting issues and improve monitoring and logging. You will support and train data analysts, machine learning engineers, and data engineers on new or improved data infrastructure systems and processes. A key responsibility is to encourage data best-practices through code by continuing the development of our internal data frameworks and libraries. Also, it is your responsibility to identify and address performance, scaling, or resource issues before they impact our product. You will spearhead, plan, and carry out the implementation of solutions while self-managing your time and focus.\n\n**About you**\n\n* You have professional data engineering or operations experience with a focus on data infrastructure\n* You are fluent in Python and SQL, and feel at home in a remote Linux server session\n* You have operational experience supporting data stacks through tools like Terraform, Docker, and continuous integration through tools like CircleCI\n* You are foremost an engineer, making you passionate about high code quality, automated testing, and engineering best practices\n* You have the ability to self-manage, prioritize, and deliver functional solutions\n* You possess advanced knowledge of Linux, Git, and AWS (EMR, IAM, VPC, ECS, S3, RDS Aurora, Route53) in a multi-account environment\n* You agree that concise and effective written and verbal communication is a must for a successful team\n\n**Benefits & Perks**\n\n* Generous time off policy\n* Comprehensive benefits including medical, vision, dental, generous paternity and maternity leave, Life/ADD, 401k, flex spending accounts, commuter benefits, equipment budget, and continuous education budget\n* Pre-IPO stock incentives\n* and much more! For a full list, see our career page\n\n**More info on Doximity**\n\nWe're thrilled to be named the Fastest Growing Company in the Bay Area, and one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies. Joining Doximity means being part of an incredibly talented and humble team. We work on amazing products that over 70% of US doctors (and over one million healthcare professionals) use to make their busy lives a little easier. We're driven by the goal of improving inefficiencies in our $3.5 trillion U.S. healthcare system and love creating technology that has a real, meaningful impact on people's lives. To learn more about our team, culture, and users, check out our careers page, company blog, and engineering blog. We're growing steadily, and there's plenty of opportunities for you to make an impact.\n\n*Doximity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and committed to providing employment opportunities regardless of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other protected classification. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state, and local law.*\n\n\n\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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# We're building the Data Platform of the Future\nJoin us if you want to rethink the way organizations interact with data. We are a **developer-first company**, committed to building around open protocols and delivering the best experience possible for data consumers and publishers.\n\nSplitgraph is a **seed-stage, venture-funded startup hiring its initial team**. The two co-founders are looking to grow the team to five or six people. This is an opportunity to make a big impact on an agile team while working closely with the\nfounders.\n\nSplitgraph is a **remote-first organization**. The founders are based in the UK, and the company is incorporated in both USA and UK. Candidates are welcome to apply from any geography. We want to work with the most talented, thoughtful and productive engineers in the world.\n# Open Positions\n**Data Engineers welcome!** The job titles have "Software Engineer" in them, but at Splitgraph there's a lot of overlap \nbetween data and software engineering. We welcome candidates from all engineering backgrounds.\n\n[Senior Software Engineer - Backend (mainly Python)](https://www.notion.so/splitgraph/Senior-Software-Engineer-Backend-2a2f9e278ba347069bf2566950857250)\n\n[Senior Software Engineer - Frontend (mainly TypeScript)](https://www.notion.so/splitgraph/Senior-Software-Engineer-Frontend-6342cd76b0df483a9fd2ab6818070456)\n\n→ [**Apply to Job**](https://4o99daw6ffu.typeform.com/to/ePkNQiDp) ← (same form for both positions)\n\n# What is Splitgraph?\n## **Open Source Toolkit**\n\n[Our open-source product, sgr,](https://www.github.com/splitgraph/splitgraph) is a tool for building, versioning and querying reproducible datasets. It's inspired by Docker and Git, so it feels familiar. And it's powered by PostgreSQL, so it works seamlessly with existing tools in the Postgres ecosystem. Use Splitgraph to package your data into self-contained\ndata images that you can share with other Splitgraph instances.\n\n## **Splitgraph Cloud**\n\nSplitgraph Cloud is a platform for data cataloging, integration and governance. The user can upload data, connect live databases, or "push" versioned snapshots to it. We give them a unified SQL interface to query that data, a catalog to discover and share it, and tools to build/push/pull it.\n\n# Learn More About Us\n\n- Listen to our interview on the [Software Engineering Daily podcast](https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2020/11/06/splitgraph-data-catalog-and-proxy-with-miles-richardson/)\n\n- Watch our co-founder Artjoms present [Splitgraph at the Bay Area ClickHouse meetup](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44CDs7hJTho)\n\n- Read our HN/Reddit posts ([one](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24233948) [two](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=23769420) [three](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=23627066) [four](https://old.reddit.com/r/datasets/comments/icty0r/we_made_40k_open_government_datasets_queryable/))\n\n- [Read our blog](https://www.splitgraph.com/blog)\n\n- Read the slides from our early (2018) presentations: ["Docker for Data"](https://www.slideshare.net/splitgraph/splitgraph-docker-for-data-119112722), [AHL Meetup](https://www.slideshare.net/splitgraph/splitgraph-ahl-talk)\n\n- [Follow us on Twitter](https://ww.twitter.com/splitgraph)\n\n- [Find us on GitHub](https://www.github.com/splitgraph)\n\n- [Chat with us in our community Discord](https://discord.gg/eFEFRKm)\n\n- Explore the [public data catalog](https://www.splitgraph.com/explore) where we index 40k+ datasets\n\n# How We Work: What's our stack look like?\n\nWe prioritize developer experience and productivity. We resent repetition and inefficiency, and we never hesitate to automate the things that cause us friction. Here's a sampling of the languages and tools we work with:\n\n- **[Python](https://www.python.org/) for the backend.** Our [core open source](https://www.github.com/splitgraph/splitgraph) tech is written in Python (with [a bit of C](https://github.com/splitgraph/Multicorn) to make it more interesting), as well as most of our backend code. The Python code powers everything from authentication routines to database migrations. We use the latest version and tools like [pytest](https://docs.pytest.org/en/stable/), [mypy](https://github.com/python/mypy) and [Poetry](https://python-poetry.org/) to help us write quality software.\n\n- **[TypeScript](https://www.typescriptlang.org/) for the web stack.** We use TypeScript throughout our web stack. On the frontend we use [React](https://reactjs.org/) with [next.js](https://nextjs.org/). For data fetching we use [apollo-client](https://www.apollographql.com/docs/react/) with fully-typed GraphQL queries auto-generated by [graphql-codegen](https://graphql-code-generator.com/) based on the schema that [Postgraphile](https://www.graphile.org/postgraphile) creates by introspecting the database.\n\n- [**PostgreSQL](https://www.postgresql.org/) for the database, because of course.** Splitgraph is a company built around Postgres, so of course we are going to use it for our own database. In fact, we actually have three databases. We have `auth-db` for storing sensitive data, `registry-db` which acts as a [Splitgraph peer](https://www.splitgraph.com/docs/publishing-data/push-data) so users can push Splitgraph images to it using [sgr](https://www.github.com/splitgraph/splitgraph), and `cloud-db` where we store the schemata that Postgraphile uses to autogenerate the GraphQL server.\n\n- [**PL/pgSQL](https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/plpgsql.html) and [PL/Python](https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/plpython.html) for stored procedures.** We define a lot of core business logic directly in the database as stored procedures, which are ultimately [exposed by Postgraphile as GraphQL endpoints](https://www.graphile.org/postgraphile/functions/). We find this to be a surprisingly productive way of developing, as it eliminates the need for manually maintaining an API layer between data and code. It presents challenges for testing and maintainability, but we've built tools to help with database migrations and rollbacks, and an end-to-end testing framework that exercises the database routines.\n\n- [**PostgREST](https://postgrest.org/en/v7.0.0/) for auto-generating a REST API for every repository.** We use this excellent library (written in [Haskell](https://www.haskell.org/)) to expose an [OpenAPI](https://github.com/OAI/OpenAPI-Specification)-compatible REST API for every repository on Splitgraph ([example](http://splitgraph.com/mildbyte/complex_dataset/latest/-/api-schema)).\n\n- **Lua ([luajit](https://luajit.org/luajit.html) 5.x), C, and [embedded Python](https://docs.python.org/3/extending/embedding.html) for scripting [PgBouncer](https://www.pgbouncer.org/).** Our main product, the "data delivery network", is a single SQL endpoint where users can query any data on Splitgraph. Really it's a layer of PgBouncer instances orchestrating temporary Postgres databases and proxying queries to them, where we load and cache the data necessary to respond to a query. We've added scripting capabilities to enable things like query rewriting, column masking, authentication, ACL, orchestration, firewalling, etc.\n\n- **[Docker](https://www.docker.com/) for packaging services.** Our CI pipeline builds every commit into about a dozen different Docker images, one for each of our services. A production instance of Splitgraph can be running over 60 different containers (including replicas).\n\n- **[Makefile](https://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/make.html) and** [docker-compose](https://docs.docker.com/compose/) **for development.** We use [a highly optimized Makefile](https://www.splitgraph.com/blog/makefile) and `docker-compose` so that developers can easily spin-up a stack that mimics production in every way, while keeping it easy to hot reload, run tests, or add new services or configuration.\n\n- **[Nomad](https://www.nomadproject.io/) for deployment and [Terraform](https://www.terraform.io/) for provisioning.** We use Nomad to manage deployments and background tasks. Along with Terraform, we're able to spin up a Splitgraph cluster on AWS, GCP, Scaleway or Azure in just a few minutes.\n\n- **[Airflow](https://airflow.apache.org/) for job orchestration.** We use it to run and monitor jobs that maintain our catalog of [40,000 public datasets](https://www.splitgraph.com/blog/40k-sql-datasets), or ingest other public data into Splitgraph.\n\n- **[Grafana](https://grafana.com/), [Prometheus](https://prometheus.io/), [ElasticSearch](https://www.elastic.co/), and [Kibana](https://www.elastic.co/kibana) for monitoring and metrics.** We believe it's important to self-host fundamental infrastructure like our monitoring stack. We use this to keep tabs on important metrics and the health of all Splitgraph deployments.\n\n- **[Mattermost](https://mattermost.com/) for company chat.** We think it's absolutely bonkers to pay a company like Slack to hold your company communication hostage. That's why we self-host an instance of Mattermost for our internal chat. And of course, we can deploy it and update it with Terraform.\n\n- **[Matomo](https://matomo.org/) for web analytics.** We take privacy seriously, and we try to avoid including any third party scripts on our web pages (currently we include zero). We self-host our analytics because we don't want to share our user data with third parties.\n\n- **[Metabase](https://www.metabase.com/) and [Splitgraph](https://www.splitgraph.com) for BI and [dogfooding](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eating_your_own_dog_food)**. We use Metabase as a frontend to a Splitgraph instance that connects to Postgres (our internal databases), MySQL (Matomo's database), and ElasticSearch (where we store logs and DDN analytics). We use this as a chance to dogfood our software and produce fancy charts.\n\n- **The occasional best-of-breed SaaS services** **for organization.** As a privacy-conscious, independent-minded company, we try to avoid SaaS services as much as we can. But we still find ourselves unable to resist some of the better products out there. For organization we use tools like [Zoom](https://www.zoom.us) for video calls, [Miro](https://miro.com/) for brainstorming, [Notion](https://www.notion.so) for documentation (you're on it!), [Airtable for workflow management](https://airtable.com/), [PivotalTracker](https://www.pivotaltracker.com/) for ticketing, and [GitLab for dev-ops and CI](https://about.gitlab.com/).\n\n- **Other fun technologies** including [HAProxy](http://www.haproxy.org/), [OpenResty](https://openresty.org/en/), [Varnish](https://varnish-cache.org/), and bash. We don't touch them much because they do their job well and rarely break.\n\n# Life at Splitgraph\n**We are a young company building the initial team.** As an early contributor, you'll have a chance to shape our initial mission, growth and company values.\n\n**We think that remote work is the future**, and that's why we're building a remote-first organization. We chat on [Mattermost](https://mattermost.com/) and have video calls on Zoom. We brainstorm with [Miro](https://miro.com/) and organize with [Notion](https://www.notion.so).\n\n**We try not to take ourselves too seriously**, but we are goal-oriented with an ambitious mission.\n\n**We believe that as a small company, we can out-compete incumbents** by thinking from first principles about how organizations interact with data. We are very competitive.\n\n# Benefits\n- Fully remote\n\n- Flexible working hours\n\n- Generous compensation and equity package\n\n- Opportunity to make high-impact contributions to an agile team\n\n# How to Apply? Questions?\n[**Complete the job application**](https://4o99daw6ffu.typeform.com/to/ePkNQiDp)\n\nIf you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email us at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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JetBridge


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Senior Software Engineer


JetBridge

North America and Eu-Time Zones OnlyOriginally posted on Remote OK

backend

 

python django

 

java

 

backend

 

python django

 

java

 

postgres

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* You'll be working self-directed in a small agile team developing next-generation microservices to manage and deliver genetic health test reports.\n* Primary technologies: Python+Django, Kotlin/Java + Spring Boot, Kafka, Postgres, Jenkins, Kubernetes.\n* You will also make necessary changes to infrastructure such as Jenkins, Terraform, and Kubernetes to support your work.\n* Experience in all technologies is not a requirement, just that you are capable of learning and getting up to speed.\n* You will have ownership and be responsible for delivering secure and high-quality production-ready code and services.\n* Unit testing, integration testing, infrastructure as code, secure, modern, 12-factor development processes are the standard. Code reviews, documentation, and extensive CI/CD automation helps make your life easier and to help you apply industry best practices in everything you do.\n* The team is extremely professional and helpful and a pleasure to work with. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$48,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nNorth America and Eu-Time Zones Only


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InReach Ventures

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UK or Italy

Back End Developer  This job is getting a relatively high amount of applications currently (11% of viewers clicked Apply)


InReach Ventures

UK or ItalyOriginally posted on Remote OK

java

 

aws

 

java

 

aws

 

docker

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InReach is changing how VC in Europe works, for good. Through data, software and Machine Learning, we are building an in-house platform to help us find, reach-out to and invest in early-stage European startups, regardless of the city or country they’re based in.\n\nWe are looking for a back-end developer to continue the development of InReach’s data services. This involves: \n* Cleaning / wrangling / merging / processing the data on companies and founders from across Europe\n* Building data pipelines with the Machine Learning engineers\n* Building APIs to support front-end investment product used by the Investment team (named DIG)\n\nThis role will involve working across the stack. From DevOps (Terraform) to web scraping and Machine Learning (Python) all the way to data pipelines and web-services (Java) and getting stuck into the front-end (Javascript). It’s a great opportunity to hone your skills and master some new ones.\n\nIt is important to us that candidates be passionate about helping entrepreneurs and startups. This is our bread-and-butter and we want you to be involved.\n\nInReach is a remote-first employer and we are looking to this hire to help us become an exceptional place to work for remote employees. Whether you are in the office or remote, we are looking for people with excellent written and verbal communication skills.\n\n### Background Reading:\n* [InReach Ventures, the 'AI-powered' European VC, closes new €53M fund](https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/11/inreach-ventures-the-ai-powered-european-vc-closes-new-e53m-fund/?guccounter=1)\n* [The Full-Stack Venture Capital](https://medium.com/entrepreneurship-at-work/the-full-stack-venture-capital-8a5cffe4d71)\n* [Roberto Bonanzinga starts InReach Ventures with DIG platform](https://www.businessinsider.com/roberto-bonanzinga-starts-inreach-ventures-with-dig-platform-2015-11?r=US&IR=T)\n* [Exceptional Communication Guidelines](https://www.craft.do/s/Isrjt4KaHMPQ)\n\n## Responsibilities\n\n* Creatively and quickly coming up with effective solutions to undefined problems\n* Choosing technology that is modern but not hype-driven\n* Developing features and tests quickly with good, clean code\n* Being part of the wider development team, reviewing code and participating in architecture from across the stack\n* Communicating exceptionally, both asynchronously (written) and synchronously (spoken)\n* Helping to shape InReach as a remote-first organization\n\n## Technologies\n\nGiven that this position touches so much of the stack, it will be difficult for a candidate that only has experience in Python or only in Java to be successful in being effective quickly. While we expect the candidate to be stronger in one or the other, some professional exposure is required.\n\nIn addition to the programming skills and the ability to write well designed and tested code, infrastructure within modern cloud platforms and sound architectural reasoning are expected.\n\nNone of these are a prerequisite, but help:\n* Functional Programming\n* Reactive Streams (RxJava2)\n* Terraform\n* Postgres\n* ElasticSearch\n* SQS\n* Dynamodb\n* AWS Lambda\n* Docker\n* Dropwizard\n* Maven\n* Pipenv\n* Javascript\n* React\n* NodeJS\n\n## Interview Process\n* 15m video chat with Ben, CTO to find out more about InReach and the role\n* 2h data pipeline technical test (Python)\n* 2h web service technical test (Java)\n* 30m architectural discussion with Ben, talking through the work you did\n* 2h interview with the different team members from across InReach. We’re a small company so it’s important we see how we’ll all work together - not just the tech team!\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$55,000 — $70,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUK or Italy


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Doximity is transforming the healthcare industry. Our mission is to help doctors be more productive, informed, and connected. As an Engineering Manager, you'll work within cross-functional delivery teams alongside other engineers, designers, and product managers in building software to help improve healthcare.\n\nWe have six cross-functional teams of 3-5 engineers under our Security, Infrastructure, and Performance group. You will play an integral role as an Engineering Manager by working alongside our infrastructure tech leads to ensure the execution and delivery of the short and long term vision of Platform, Core, and Security team's projects. This role will report to the VPE. \n\nThis position will require you to be a very technical, hands-on manager with uncompromising follow-through, attention to detail, and pragmatism. You will also be the direct manager of several other engineers, so your ability and desire to hire, train, and facilitate the growth of other engineers is paramount. \n\n**About Us**\n\n* Here are [some of the ways ](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qimYh0mG3i1nTJe6jDCDepJt2i4o8MEB/view)we bring value to doctors\n* Our infrastructure provisioning stack is powered by AWS, Docker, Chef, Terraform, Jenkins, and Sensu\n* Our application infrastructure stack is powered by NGINX, Passenger, MySQL, Kafka, Neo4j, Elasticsearch, Redis, amongst others\n* Our mobile applications are written primarily in Swift and Kotlin,[ see more details](https://engineering.doximity.com/pages/engineering-stack)\n* Our web applications are built primarily using Ruby, Rails, Javascript (Vue.js), and a bit of Golang\n* Our data engineering stack runs on Python, MySQL, Spark, Snowflake, and Airflow\n* We deploy to production on average 50 times per day\n* We have over 350 private repositories in Github containing our applications, forks of gems, our own internal gems, and [open-source projects](https://github.com/doximity)\n* We have worked as a distributed team for a long time; [we're currently about 65% distributed](https://blog.brunomiranda.com/building-a-distributed-engineering-team-85d281b9b1c)\n* Find out more information on the [Doximity engineering blog](https://engineering.doximity.com/)\n* Our [company core values](https://work.doximity.com/)\n* Our [recruiting process](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/engineering-recruitment-process-doximity)\n* Our [product development cycle](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/mofo-driven-product-development)\n* Our [on-boarding & mentorship process](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/software-engineering-on-boarding-at-doximity)\n\n\n**How you’ll make an impact:**\n\n* You'll aid in the on-boarding, mentorship, growth, and ongoing efficacy of the member of the infrastructure group.\n* You'll collaborate with a team of engineers to drive infrastructure projects from beginning-to-end\n* You'll be included in decision-making and will weigh in on balancing factors like scope, complexity, and timing\n\n**What we’re looking for:**\n\n* You are an engineer at heart turned hands-on manager, able to lead software engineers by example\n* You have managed small teams before, and you are passionate about their well-being, and optimizing software engineering models\n* You are excited at the challenge of recruiting, on-boarding, training and managing software engineers\n* You have worked with Product teams on delivering production level software loved by a large audience\n* You are Knowledgeable on the AWS Platform\n* You are well-versed in Chef, Terraform, Jenkins or equivalent\n* You have at least 5 years of professional experience developing software\n* You have strong computer science fundamentals: data structures, memory management, concurrency\n* You have a disciplined approach to development: you consistently write unit tests, document your code, and follow team processes\n* You put security first, with a deep understanding of infrastructure vulnerabilities and how to protect our apps against them\n* You are a problem solver and are on the lookout for ways to improve the code, the processes, and the team\n* If remote, you can maintain a minimum of 5 hours overlap with 9:30 to 5:30 PM PST\n* You can dedicate about 18 days per year for travel to company events\n\n**Benefits & Perks**\n\n* Unlimited Discretionary Time Off\n* Comprehensive benefits including medical, vision, dental, Life/ADD, 401k, flex spending accounts, commuter benefits, equipment budget, and continuous education budget\n* Pre-IPO stock incentives\n* A great SoMA office if working from SF, and a thriving distributed team if working remotely\n* .. and much more! For a full list, see our career page\n\n**About Doximity **\n\nWe’re thrilled to be named the Fastest Growing Company in the Bay Area, and one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies. Joining Doximity means being part of an incredibly talented and humble team. We work on amazing products that over 70% of US doctors (and over one million healthcare professionals) use to make their busy lives a little easier. We’re driven by the goal of improving inefficiencies in our $3.5 trillion U.S. healthcare system and love creating technology that has a real, meaningful impact on people’s lives. To learn more about our team, culture, and users, check out our careers page, company blog, and engineering blog. We’re growing fast, and there’s plenty of opportunities for you to make an impact—join us!\n\n*Doximity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and committed to providing employment opportunities regardless of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other protected classification. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local law.*\n\n#Location\nNorth America


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Doximity is transforming the healthcare industry. Our mission is to help doctors be more productive, informed, and connected. As a software engineer, you'll work within cross-functional delivery teams alongside other engineers, designers, and product managers in building software to help improve healthcare.  \n\nOur team brings a diverse set of technical and cultural backgrounds and we like to think pragmatically in choosing the tools most appropriate for the job at hand.\n\n**About Us**\n\nHere are some of the ways we bring value to doctors\n* Our web applications are built primarily using Ruby, Rails, Javascript (Vue.js), and a bit of Golang\n* Our data engineering stack run on Python, MySQL, Spark, and Airflow\n* Our production application stack is hosted on AWS and we deploy to production on average 50 times per day\n* We have over 350 private repositories in Github containing our applications, forks of gems, our own internal gems, and open-source projects\n* We have worked as a distributed team for a long time; we're currently about 65% distributed\n* Find out more information on the Doximity engineering blog\n* Our[ company core values](https://work.doximity.com/)\n* Our [recruiting process](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/engineering-recruitment-process-doximity)\n* Our [product development cycle](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/mofo-driven-product-development)\n* Our [on-boarding & mentorship process](https://engineering.doximity.com/articles/software-engineering-on-boarding-at-doximity)\n\n**Here's How You Will Make an Impact**\n* Improve the performance and scalability of services, optimize our Rest and GraphQL APIs\n* Manage infrastructure using Chef and Terraform\n* Address security concerns and proficiently maintain our application stack\n* Active involvement in design, implementation, and maintenance of the development, staging, and production infrastructure and services your team is responsible for\n* Troubleshoot issues across the whole stack, such as high-load, memory full, network issues and come up with temporary/long term solutions based on the root cause\n* Create concise postmortems in the event of an outage\n* Write and maintain run-books for other engineers to leverage\n* Ensure proper security, monitoring, alerting, and reporting for the applications your team is responsible for\n* Collaborate with other engineers to make sound infrastructure decisions, improve workflow, and deploy applications ready for production\n* Hands-on maintenance on our Ruby on Rails and Go (Golang) applications\n* Monitor capacity, cost and plan for upgrades\n* Increase our automated test coverage and deployment infrastructure robustness \n* Participate in an on-call rotation\n\n**About you**\n* You are a problem solver with a passion for simple, clean, and maintainable solutions\n* You have extensive experience with Terraform and Chef (or equivalent)\n* You are knowledgeable of memory and CPU profiling tools to help adjust Ruby jobs and processes to use resources effectively\n* You have high familiarity with OOP and design principles to ensure well-architected services\n* You have significant experience deploying, configuring, and maintaining NGINX\n* You are proficient with Unix, AWS, and Git\n* You have experience writing automated tests and appreciate the benefit that tests offer\n* You are self-motivated and able to manage yourself and your own queue\n* You agree that concise and effective written and verbal communication is a must for a successful team\n* You have experience with web infrastructure, distributed systems, and performance optimizations\n* You are able to maintain a minimum of 5 hours overlap with 9:30 to 5:30 PM Pacific time\n* You can dedicate about two weeks per year for travel to company events\n\n**Benefits**\n\nDoximity has industry leading benefits. For an updated list, see our career page\n\n**More info on Doximity**\n\nWe’re thrilled to be named the Fastest Growing Company in the Bay Area, and one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies. Joining Doximity means being part of an incredibly talented and humble team. We work on amazing products that over 70% of US doctors (and over one million healthcare professionals) use to make their busy lives a little easier. We’re driven by the goal of improving inefficiencies in our $3.5 trillion U.S. healthcare system and love creating technology that has a real, meaningful impact on people’s lives. To learn more about our team, culture, and users, check out our careers page, company blog, and engineering blog. We’re growing steadily, and there’s plenty of opportunity for you to make an impact.\n\n*Doximity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and committed to providing employment opportunities regardless of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other protected classification. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local law.*\n\n#Location\nNorth America


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