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Software Engineer (site reliability and infrastructure)

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Sticker Mule
Headquarters: New York, NY
https://www.stickermule.com/blog

We created Sticker Mule to be the best place to work and shop. That means making ordering fast, simple and fun while creating a stable, low stress and enjoyable place for talented people to work.

We're searching for more to join us as we look to build one of the Internet's best technical teams.

See more about our teams here

Our tech stack
1. Backend: Ruby on Rails, NodeJS, Go
2. DB: Aurora/Mysql, Postgres, Redis
3. Frontend:  React, Redux, Webpack
4. APIS: GraphQL, GRPC, GCloud PubSub
5. AWS, migrating to Gcloud
6. Docker, Kubernetes

Why we enjoy working here
1. We work flexible hours with an asynchronous culture.
2. We work at a sustainable pace without unreasonable external deadlines.
3. Varied, interesting technical challenges to work on.
4. Opportunities to make a large impact as part of a small, highly motivated team.

What you’ll do
1. Design, build and maintain tools to develop, test and deploy services efficiently.
2. Work to continually improve the performance, reliability and security of the StickerMule cloud infrastructure.
3. Collaborate with team leads and stakeholders to ensure that we’re always building the best possible solution in the optimal way.
4. Participate in peer code reviews.
5. Share expertise with other members of the team, mentor junior developers.

About you
1. You have a minimum of 3 years professional software development experience.
2. You’re highly competent in multiple general purpose languages, like Go, Ruby, and JavaScript.
3. You have Linux roots, you contain with Docker, you schedule with Kubernetes.
4. You don’t run away if you see a Bash script.
5. You have multi-cloud practical experience, AWS and Google Cloud would be especially beneficial.
6. You implemented and used logging, monitoring and distributed tracing systems.
7. You possess strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
8. You have great written and verbal communication skills in English.

Application requirements
1. Applicants will be sent a Hackerrank test within 1-3 days of applying.
2. Test must be completed within 5 days.

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