Hey, devops engineers: These 4 companies want to see your resume

March 21, 2018

NYC is home to a number of high growth startups looking to bolster their devops teams and form a stronger relationship between IT and development. If you’re in the market for a change of scenery, update your resume and check out the following open positions.

 

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DevOps Engineer

What they do: Codecademy provides people with interactive coding courses.

What you’d do: Devops engineers at Codecademy work on the platform team and help developers build and manage a secure infrastructure.

Who they’re looking for: Someone with more than five years of experience implementing and maintaining AWS services, and more than three years of experience with NoSQL and SQL databases.

Why you want to work there: Codecademy’s services have taught more than 45 million people how to code. The office has catered team lunches, a number of company outings and regular guest speakers.

 

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Senior DevOps Engineer 

What they do: White Ops is a cybersecurity company that detects online fraud. 

What you’d do: As a senior devops engineer at White Ops, you’d be responsible for establishing and building best practices in QA automation.

Who they’re looking for: Someone with cloud architecture experience and a passion for frequent, incremental code testing and deployment. 

Why you want to work there: The White Ops team works together to make the internet a safer place. If you work here, expect to have flexible work hours, a fully-stocked kitchen, enjoy lots of company outings and more.

 

Stocktwits-tech
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Senior DevOps Engineer

What they do: Stocktwits is a social network dedicated to financial and investment news.

What you’d do: As a senior devops engineer, you’d be responsible for designing tools that help developers scale the business.

Who they’re looking for: Someone with five years of experience managing cloud infrastructure and designing solutions for monitoring and alerting. 

Why you want to work there: By joining the team, you’d play a crucial role in connecting the financial community. Stocktwits also offers a flexible work environment, unlimited PTO and weekly team lunches.

 

Giphy-tech
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Lead DevOps Engineer

What they do: Giphy is a social platform that lets users share and discover animated stickers and GIFs.

What you’d do: As a lead devops engineer at Giphy, you’d be responsible for building and managing software delivery systems and optimizing production systems.

Who they’re looking for: Someone with more than five years of experience in devops and expert-level knowledge of the AWS ecosystem.

Why you want to work there: Giphy is used by millions of people around the world. Employees receive a free gym membership, catered daily lunches and stock options.

 

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