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Human Interest is on a mission to ensure that people in all lines of work have access to retirement benefits.

Social Security, our nation’s retirement safety net, is projected to be insolvent as soon as 2035, making employer-sponsored 401(k) plans the primary retirement savings vehicle in the U.S. Nearly half of all working Americans are not saving enough for their future because they are employed by a company that doesn’t offer a retirement plan. Human Interest is changing that by making it affordable and accessible for small and medium sized businesses to offer employees a path to financial independence through retirement savings.

Our values are the guiding principles we use to build solutions for plan administrators and participants. They reflect our point of view on what’s important and what’s right:

In it for customers, autonomous & accountable, outcomes driven, inclusive collaboration, and decisive.

As part of the DevOps team at Human Interest, you will be challenged to create reusable components for use by other engineering teams to build out their infrastructure. We are continually automating and orchestrating key parts of our platform and infrastructure. You will have the opportunity to elevate Human Interest’s infrastructure platform to the next level.

What you get to do every day

  • Collaborate with engineering leadership to build our existing infrastructure as code in Terraform
  • Empower developers to build supporting infrastructure in a sustainable way
  • Scale our platform and processes to continue serving our growing customer base
  • Improve existing monitoring to provide end to end observability into our platform
  • Refine our pipeline to deliver software to customers
  • Define and implement disaster recovery processes

What you bring to the role

  • Experience provisioning and managing cloud computing platforms. We are using AWS
  • Proven track record of scaling SAAS based applications
  • Articulate verbal and written communication
  • Eagerness to share knowledge across engineering teams
  • Has worked in a fast paced, dynamic environment
  • Bonus for RDBMS experience. Ideally PostgreSQL
  • Bonus for Javascript/Typescript build tools. Gulp, Typescript, Webpack
  • 4+ years of experience

Please feel free to apply to this position even if you do not meet 100% of the requirements listed above.

About Human Interest

We’re a high-growth, Series D-funded company that’s changing the retirement industry. Human Interest is seeking to build a best-in-class product to help small businesses give their employees a path to financial independence. Named one of America’s Best Startup Employers by Forbes, one of the Best Places to Work by the San Francisco Business Times, and a 2021 Top Company by Y Combinator, we’re looking for incredible talent to help us achieve our mission: ensuring people in all lines of work have access to retirement benefits. Human Interest has raised $305M and is backed by leading investors that include TPG (The Rise Fund), SoftBank, Glynn Capital, NewView Capital, USVP, Wing, Uncork, and others.

Inclusive collaboration makes us a better business

We deliberately build processes to create a workplace where all are welcome and accepted. We're proactive and purposeful in prioritizing diversity and inclusion internally not only because it's the right thing to do, but also because we believe it's the only way to effectively create products and services that can be truly helpful to all people.

Human Interest is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran or military status, pregnancy, or any other characteristics protected under federal, state, or local laws.

Human Interest employees must adhere to the Company’s security policies and Code of Ethics. 

Please note Human Interest does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from candidates. We will not consider resumes from vendors including and without limitation search firms, staffing agencies, fee-based referral services, and recruiting agencies.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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