About Us

Navis and Revinate have joined forces, forming one of the largest and most innovative providers of direct revenue-generating solutions in the hospitality industry. Revinate's mission is to deliver hoteliers scalable direct revenue and profits from data-driven solutions that cultivate deeper relationships with guests. NAVIS' Direct Booking Platform helps capture, convert and retain guests with strategies and services that maximize direct booking revenue. This combination maximizes the lifetime value of each guest through personalized and targeted campaigns across the guest journey.

Role Overview

Revinate DevOps Engineers are DevOps champions responsible for enabling our software development teams to move fast—securely and efficiently. We have engineering teams across the U.S. and our offices are in Amsterdam, Singapore, Costa Rica, Vietnam, and Canada. You will support them as they create and maintain services, ensure that work is secure, reliable, and deployed repeatably, and drive innovation of your own, bringing best practices of the DevOps world to our infrastructure and automation. This is a highly collaborative position, and you will be a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and Mentor on all things DevOps for Revinate.

Top Three Outcomes

  1. Be a Go-To expert — we are a team of specialists
  2. Extend and create developer self-service tools — less tedium, less “firefighting”
  3. Aggressively document the things you do — so-called “tribal knowledge” is expensive, and you will help train new team members by pointing them to docs you used and wrote

What You’ll Do

  • Seek out ThingsThatShouldGetDone™ and take pride in doing them well and quickly
  • Improve the velocity and self-sufficiency of the development teams. For our developers
  • We give them tools to create their infrastructure,
  • We provide documents and expertise on how to do that well, and
  • As a last resort, we do DevOps-y things for them
  • Be a dedicated subject-matter-expert to development teams—you are the liaison between software development and infrastructure
  • Design, build and extend our automated deployment pipelines supporting continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) for multiple teams
  • Document and champion DevOps processes and tools across the organization
  • Share team on-call responsibility for our always-on 24/7, high-availability SaaS platform with a focus on performance and scalability
  • Go hands-on to troubleshoot issues and outages, and craft new solutions

Position Location 

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Primarily Central European time zone, working with a worldwide team

What You’ll Bring

  • A love for creating innovative solutions no one else has solved before
  • Expertise and experience in Computer Science or related Information Technology field—your degree is great but far less important than what you know and who you are
  • In-depth working knowledge (e.g. 5 years) of DevOps practices
  • Solid coding/scripting skill (e.g. 5 years) — especially Python for automation tools
  • Foundational (e.g. 3-4 years) AWS, Linux, Windows 2012+, VMWare, and network skills
  • Demonstrated ability to learn, implement and evangelize new technologies
  • Strong (e.g. 2 years) experience automating cloud and on-premises Infrastructure-as-Code (Terraform, Chef, Puppet, Ansible) and CI/CD pipelines (GitLab, AWS Code Commit, Build, Deploy, and Pipeline)
  • Understanding of Kubernetes/EKS
  • Huge Plus: telecom stack (Freeswitch, NTEX, WebRTC, or telecom-as-a-service like Twilio)
  • Knowledge of monitoring and logging tools (AppDynamics/SignalFX, Grafana, Prometheus)
  • Hands-on with distributed data stores like Cassandra, Mongo, Redis, ElasticSearch, DynamoDB, DocDB, Airflow, and/or big data like AWS EMR, Kafka, Spark, Kinesis, Hadoop

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Our Core Values

Customer Love -- When the customer wins, we win

One Tribe -- United and strong, on a single mission together

Speak the Truth -- Feedback is a gift - we all improve faster this way 

Make it Simpler -- Apply it to everything we do

Hungerness -- Feel it, follow it - be relentless about our success

NAVIS/Revinate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

 

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