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We’re building Omni: a platform allowing developers to deploy applications across all rollups without fragmenting liquidity. We’re looking for early team members to help us bring this ambitious vision to life.
 
We’re a team who already built a platform that processed over $70M leading to our $18M fundraise from top investors including Pantera, Two Sigma Ventures, Coinbase Ventures alongside angel investors including Stani Kulechov (founder of Aave), Sandeep Nailwal (cofounder of Polygon) and more. In addition to this we have over $4B deposited to secure Omni on mainnet.

We are growing rapidly and we need ambitious and experienced team members to join us to help scale Ethereum's future.


About the role

We are seeking a Blockchain Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) to ensure the robustness and operational integrity of the Omni networks and blockchains around the clock. This role is crucial for maintaining the performance and reliability of our services as we scale.


Responsibilities

  • Monitor and manage the Omni platform's infrastructure and applications to ensure high availability.
  • Implement automation tools for deployment, monitoring, and scaling within the cloud environment.
  • Develop and maintain disaster recovery plans, including regular testing and updating procedures.
  • Collaborate with development teams to enhance system reliability and performance.
  • Respond to incidents, perform root cause analysis, and prevent recurrence.
  • Manage on-call rotations for 24/7 incident response and resolution.
  • Continuously improve system security postures and compliance protocols.
  • Document system design and operational procedures.


Requirements

  • 3-5+ years of experience in site reliability engineering or similar roles with a focus on 24/7 uptime.
  • 1+ years of experience managing blockchain infrastructure: running full nodes, supporting public RPC endpoints, ensuring network security and monitoring network performance.
  • Proficient with cloud services such as GCP, AWS or Azure.
  • Experience with automation and scripting using tools like Terraform, Kubernetes and Ansible.
  • Strong background in monitoring tools like Prometheus, Grafana, or similar.
  • Ability to handle on-call responsibilities reliably and effectively.
  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field.
  • Location: Must be in the New York (EST) or Europe (CET) time zones.
  • Overlap hours: Available daily from 9 AM to 12 PM EST for team collaboration.


Competencies

  • Autonomous — specifically seeks to take greater ownership and responsibility and thrives in their personal growth by doing so
  • Action oriented — we are looking for people who take action by default, consistently driving forward progress without asking for permission
  • An engineer in both thought and implementation — they must be able to design architecture and see it through to implementation
  • Adaptable — thrives in ambiguity, able to quickly iterate and push forward as the business dynamically expands
  • Highly intelligent — learns quickly and can participate in abstract intellectually engaging conversations
  • Effective communicator — clearly articulates ideas and engages in debates in a productive manner that leads us to making better decisions


Nice to Haves

  • Experience building a system with a distributed consensus mechanism
  • Solid understanding of the Ethereum Virtual Machine


Benefits

Our benefits include competitive compensation, token packages for all employees, regular team off-sites around the world and unlimited PTO. In addition, you'll join a team of high-caliber people innovating at the frontier of crypto that work collaboratively to help one another accelerate their personal growth.


Values

We are a mission driven company. We believe deeply that through software engineering we can build a self-sovereign society. In our day to day, we make decisions based upon our company values and operating principles:

Company values

  • Customer centricity
  • Long-term orientation
  • Courage

Operating principles

  • High-trust & autonomy
  • Kindness & respect
  • Collaboration
  • Humility & low-ego
  • Transparency
  • Data driven
  • Precise communication
  • Results oriented
  • “Kerplunk”: clean handoffs and acknowledgement of ownership between team members
 
The future belongs to all of us, independent of our origins. Omni is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sexual orientation, gender or any other status protected under federal, state or local law.

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