6sense helps B2B marketing and sales organizations fully understand the complex ABM buyer journey. By combining intent signals from every channel with the industry’s most advanced AI predictive capabilities, it is finally possible to predict account demand and optimize demand generation in an ABM world. Equipped with the power of AI and the 6sense Demand PlatformTM, marketing and sales professionals can uncover, accelerate, and capture buyer demand to drive more revenue.

Infrastructure Software Engineers at 6sense are true hybrid developers and operations engineers. They are responsible for ensuring our services and infrastructure are fast, stable, and scalable. They build out any services and tooling we need that are not readily available via third-party packages or services. They provide guidance on best practices to the overall Software Engineering team.

Operational tasks such as infrastructure, build/release, CI/CD, database administration, and systems administration also fall within their realm of responsibilities.

The Cloud team focuses on the automation, integration, operation, and overall improvement of our cloud infrastructure to ensure we can deliver product quickly, safely, and reliably.

Responsibilities:

Develop and deploy services to improve the availability, ease of use/management, and visibility of 6sense systems

Building and scaling out our services and infrastructure

Learning and adopting technologies that may aide in solving our challenges

Own our critical underlying systems like AWS, Kubernetes, Mesos, infrastructure deployment, and compute cluster architecture (which services frameworks and engines like Hadoop/Hive/Presto)

Write/review/debug production code, develop documentation and capacity plans, and debug live production problems Contributing back to open-source projects if we need to add or patch functionality
Support the overall Software Engineering team to resolve any issues they encounter

Minimum Qualifications:

2+ years of experience with Linux/Unix system administration and networking fundamentals 2+ years in a Software Engineering role or equivalent experience
2+ years of working with AWS
2+ years of experience working with Kubernetes, Docker

Strong skills in reading code as well as writing clean, maintainable, and scalable code
Good knowledge of Python
Experience designing, building, and maintaining scalable services and/or service-oriented architecture
Experience with high-availability
Experience with modern configuration management tools (e.g. Ansible/AWX, Chef, Puppet, Pulumi) and idempotency

Bonus Requirements:

Knowledge of standard security practices
Knowledge of the Hadoop ecosystem (e.g. Hadoop, Hive, Presto) including deployment, scaling, and maintenance Experience with operating and maintaining VPN/SSH/ZeroTrust access infrastructure
Experience with CDNs such as CloudFront and Akamai
Good knowledge of Javascript, Java, Golang
Exposure to modern build systems such as Bazel, Buck, or Pants

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