Back-end engineer with a devops focus (Golang, Kubernetes, microservices) at Housing Anywhere
Rotterdam, Netherlands (Posted Aug 25 2017)
- Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available
At Housing Anywhere, we aim to provide the best match for anyone looking for student accommodation. We are a peer-to-peer marketplace, meaning that you will be building an application to satisfy both sides of the student accommodation market. Housing Anywhere is active in 50+ countries and 250+ cities. We have partnered with 127+ universities worldwide.
Currently, the platform is built mainly using Go (Golang) backed by a PostgreSQL database. The server components are hosted on a Google Cloud architecture that allows easy scaling. Other technologies and tools that we use are ReactJS, Redux, GraphQL, SASS, Webpack.
We're growing our Product Development team to 31 people (product lead, product owners, front-end engineers, back-end engineers, QA engineers and UX/UI designers). To strengthen our team, we are looking for a talented devops engineer to join our team full-time. Experience with Go and Kubernetes is required.
Sounds challenging? Be part of building Housing Anywhere!
Skills & requirements
Characteristics we are looking for in a Devops Engineer:
Proactive and open mindset
Structured and well-organised
Ability to find a clean and simple solution that could be easily adapted for changed requirements in time
Interest in new technologies
Experience with Go and microservices in production-grade environments
Experience with building CI/CD pipelines using Jenkins, CircleCI
Experience with messaging platforms (e.g. NSQ, RabbitMQ)
Experience with Google Cloud Platform / Docker / Kubernetes
Experience with monitoring and logging (e.g. Stackdriver, Prometheus)
Basic understanding of what a good burger tastes like
An educational background in the field of Computer Science or similar is a bonus, although actual experience is always prefered.
Instructions how to apply
Company website: Housing Anywhere
Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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