FirstVet has been building a digital platform since we started in 2016, mainly aiming to create a world where every pet can thrive, not just survive - no matter the circumstances. In order to facilitate FirstVet’s continuous international growth, we’re strengthening our tech team.
To take our tech platform to the next level, so that we can continue improving the experience for our clients, we first need a DevOps Engineer to join our team! In this role, you will maintain a cross-team collaboration, with a focus on driving technical solutions from start to completion. Right now, we are in a scale-up phase as a company, including our tech platform. Therefore, we are working on its scalability, where you will play a key part. This role also requires creating best practices for building and deploying pipelines.
- Ensure that we have the infrastructure, tooling, and delivery pipelines in place that allows the teams to develop and operate our services in an efficient way.
- Continuously strive to make our infrastructure more available, secure, stable, and scalable.
- Make sure that we have good metrics, monitoring, and alerting in place.
- Develop and improve our CI/CD pipelines as well as other automation tasks.
- Share best practices and spread knowledge to the other members of the team.
- Minimum 5 years of experience working with cloud infrastructure and automation
- Previous experience in working with cloud-based environments such as Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Experience with infrastructure as code frameworks, such as CloudFormation
- or similar
- Experience in Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery pipelines
- Good understanding of Docker and Container technology
- You understand the value of collaboration and partnership within a team.
- Fluency in English in speech and writing since we are a global organization currently in seven markets.
Apart from the above-mentioned requirements, it goes without saying, that interest in animals is highly desirable. We’re a pet-oriented organization and it’s not unusual to run into our office dogs or for a cat to join our Zoom calls!