Our Company 

Life House is a venture-backed, vertically integrated hotel brand, operator and technology company. We develop, design, and operate boutique lifestyle hotels with a mission to make travel more meaningful and reliable for travelers, and to make hotels more seamless and more profitable for owners. We recently raised our Series C and we are looking for talented software developers to join our in-house technology team. We are fast-paced, highly collaborative, and have a friendly, flexible work environment.

Role

At Life House, Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) are responsible for ensuring our Cloud infrastructure powering both customer facing systems and corporate analytics are running smoothly 24/7/365. SREs design, build, troubleshoot and operate our AWS Cloud infrastructure to enable reliable and rapid deployment of services with effective monitoring and resilient operations. You will provide the infrastructure, tools, automation, reliability, best practices, security standards and monitoring services required to deploy data & services at scale. 

Responsibilities

  • Create a bridge between development and IT operations by taking on the tasks typically done by operations.
  • Maintain all the AWS infrastructure for the business critical activities
  • Be able to assist in design and engineering decisions when it comes to building a new product or modifying an existing product.
  • Make sure the production environment has a load balancing functionality with high resiliency to failure.
  • Create new developers and set them up in the infrastructure providing them all the tools necessary to complete their day to day.
  • Be knowledgeable of many different programming languages including python, JavaScript and Scala.
  • Build and maintain CI/CD automation scripts for all of our products
  • Maintain a healthy PBE (push button environment) when needed.
  • Knowledgeable on AWS services (SQS, S3, Lambda, Event bridge, API Gateway, AppSync, RDS, Redshift, DynamoDB, etc.) with all the networking facets (VPC, Security groups)
  • Able to maintain a multirole environment on AWS
  • Able to maintain a EKS platform with Fargate
  • Understands the base ML architecture or Sagemaker, EMR and Step functions
  • Being able to multitask and complete the workload in a timely manner

Requirements

  • University degree in computer science or higher
  • Having worked with AWS Services for at least 3 years.
  • Having worked with containerized images for at least 3 years.
  • Having worked in a Agile environment
  • Having deep knowledge of Kubernetes clusters and APIs running an Istio mesh
  • Having worked with a multirole AWS cloud infrastructure
  • Scripting knowledge in bash, python
  • Having a strong Linux, Unix, MacOS knowledge for advanced troubleshooting
  • Having a great knowledge in creating Dockerfiles for CI/CD automation using AWS services
  • Having great programming knowledge in Python/JavaScript/Scala [an asset]

Benefits

  • An environment that encourages initiative and leadership
  • Work with highly talented people who are extremely passionate about their craft
  • Work in Agile, highly collaborative environment
  • Competitive salaries, full benefits, and unlimited PTO
  • $1200 Travel Stipend
  • Discount on room reservations at Life House managed properties
  • Wellness Benefits
  • Much more…

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