Israel - CTO - Full-time - Senior
Glassbox is looking for a DevOps Engineer to join our global DevOps team.
We are Glassbox, and our mission is to reveal the insights that empower organizations to deliver exceptional digital customer experiences.
We are growing and have been recognized by G2 as one of 2023's Top 100 Software Companies in the world.
Our customers are the best of the best and include six out of the ten largest global banks, the world’s largest hotel chain, the largest healthcare, and the largest telecommunications company in the U.S.
Now is the perfect time to come to Glassbox and help us accelerate our global leadership position!
If you are a dynamic, successful, experienced metrics-driven leader, Glassbox might be a great fit.
Will you join us on this journey?
What You Will Do
- You will work with cutting-edge technologies and will deal with a wide variety of challenges implementing a scalable global distributed infrastructure
- Work with a wide range of technologies and make complex things simple
- Working closely with many teams from the organization
What You Will Need
- Strong understanding of DevOps culture, methods, and principles.
- At least 4 years of Linux systems administration experience
- At least 2 years of experience with Amazon Web Services (EKS, VPC, TGW, ASG, NG etc)
- Strong problem-solving ability
- A highly motivated, detail-oriented engineer, able to work autonomously with minimal direction
- Good knowledge of different automation tools and approaches, including Infrastructure as Code, CI/CD GitOps, and configuration management (TF, Helm Chart, Rancher Fleet etc)
- Understanding of microservice architecture and working with Docker / Kubernetes environments
- Good knowledge of Linux shell scripting
- Strong communication, collaboration, and documentation skills
- Passionate about learning new things and taking on new challenges
- BS in Computer Science or a related field
- Proficiency in DB such as Cassandra, Elasticsearch, clickhouse , Postgres HA, etc
- Proficiency in Kafka cluster administration and cross-region replications