Overview 

ID.me is looking for a DevOps Engineer to add to our rapidly growing engineering team. If you love innovation, here's your chance to make a career of it by advancing the digital identity ecosystem. We are seeking a talented DevOps Engineer who enjoys the challenges of setting up and scaling large infrastructures and improving security vulnerabilities. 

Responsibilities   

  • Build and maintain scalable and performant production infrastructure, improving and ensuring reliability across our systems  
  • Troubleshoot and debug infrastructure issues  
  • Assist in remediating audit and compliance findings (SOC2, ISO, FedRAMP, FICAM)  
  • Work with our security operations team to improve security posture and manage vulnerabilities across our systems  
  • Identify and remediate scaling issues (i.e PostgreSQL connection pooling)  
  • Assist in maintaining data warehousing and other critical infrastructure  
  • Participate in on-call duties for production issues   

Qualifications

  • At least 3 years of experience working in medium or large scale production systems
  • Significant experience in PostgreSQL
  • Experience with security automation (ideally Chef)
  • Experience with cloud technologies (ie AWS, GCP, and/or Azure)
  • Experience in scripting (ie Bash, Python, and/or Ruby)
  • Experience in Linux/Unix administration and solid networking knowledge
  • Previous or current application development experience
  • Must be located in the continental U.S. and work core EST hours

Bonus Experience

  • Experience with SRE Concepts, Chaos Engineering, Mean Time to Detect (MTTD), and Mean Time to Restore (MTTR)
  • Familiarity with STIG guidelines and systems
  • Experience with security compliance and audits (ie FICAM/FedRAMP)  

 

Vision: To be the world's leading digital identity network empowering people to control their own information and to prove their credentials across all channels: online, call center, and in-person.


Mission:
To make the world a more trusted place by delivering the highest level of security with the least amount of friction at the lowest possible cost.

People: We have an audacious mission. We aim to fix the identity layer of the internet. Billions of people will live better lives with more trust and convenience thanks to ID.me. We are like Special Forces. We take on the most difficult challenges with amazing teammates. 

ID.me Core Values: *Don't be a jerk. *Always compete. *Ask questions like a 5-year old. *Inspire people with your passion. *Make something better every day. *Treat each customer like your favorite family member. *Own your mistakes so you can learn from them. *Details are everything. *Communicate like a scientist. *Be truthful (even when it's hard). *Reflect ID.me's values in your actions. *Act like an owner.


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