As our future DevOps & Automation engineer, you love watching everything run efficiently: our systems, our processes, and our teams.  You love connecting the dots.  Whether it's configuring, coding, monitoring, measuring, instrumenting, or testing, you enjoy tackling the engineering challenges along the way.  There's never a bad day because you have so many ideas for improvement!

This is a combination role and a ground-floor opportunity.  As we grow and build our engineering team, you will have the opportunity to lead and/or specialize into a DevOps or Automation role.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work closely with all department heads to understand our business needs
  • Work closely with engineering to understand our internal and third-party systems
  • Write code and configure third-party enterprise SaaS systems to automate business workflows
  • Plan, construct, and maintain AWS tools to instrument, monitor, and proactively react to our serverless infrastructure
  • Dive in and assist cloud engineers, as needed, to help build our serverless microservices
  • Summarize and report your accomplishments back to the organization
  • Participate in our frequent virtual get-togethers, stand-ups, and planning meetings

Preferred Qualifications

  • Has 2+ year(s) experience coding in modern JavaScript (ES7, node), bash, or Python
  • Has a technical degree (computer science, engineering, etc.) or equivalent experience
  • Is familiar with IFTTT, FormStack, or other automation tools
  • Is familiar with CRM, CMS and other enterprise SaaS systems
  • Is interested in cloud architectures and/or AWS
  • Is comfortable working remotely
  • Enjoys working in a highly-collaborative team
  • Is passionate about health and wellness!
  • Authorized to work in the U.S.

Benefits of Working at Paceline

  • Competitive salary, unlimited vacation, and a remote-friendly culture
  • Generous stock options
  • Your own fitness wearable (ex: Apple Watch, Fitbit, or Garmin)
  • Healthcare benefits and 401K

About Paceline

Paceline is an early stage, venture backed startup bringing together the worlds of health & wellness and financial services to change the nature of preventive health in society. We’re building a best-in-class fitness rewards platform and innovative financial ecosystem, powered by physical activity, with the goal of helping people live longer, healthier, and better lives.

Paceline was founded by seasoned insurance and banking executives who recognized an opportunity to disrupt the $4.7 trillion financial services market by investing in healthy behavior. Our fast growing team has extensive experience across the financial services, consumer, and digital sectors (including AIA, Sephora, Capital One, Ibotta, Uber, Yelp, The Real Real, Wayfair, and Prolific Interactive).

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