ABOUT THE ROLE

Peloton Interactive is looking for a Site Reliability Engineer  to join our Developer Experience, Developer Infrastructure team. Your team is responsible for designing and maintaining the next generation of SCM, CI/CD, and Developer Automation tooling at Peloton. Your work will help a rapidly-growing engineering community effortlessly find and rapidly onboard to the key toolkits necessary for their day to day with a goal of removing toil, increasing developer velocity, and solving for gaps that exist in standard tool offerings.

Our team's mission is to create the best developer experience in the tech industry.  As an Site Reliability Engineer on the Developer Experience team you will be responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining the infrastructure and tooling that impacts every engineer in Peloton to quickly and reliably deliver products. You will improve and automate our self-service infrastructure tools to enable engineers to rapidly build and ship code and infrastructure. You will engage with peers and internal customers to understand how to speed and optimize CI/CD across the entire spectrum of Peloton's technology: IoT, firmware, web, apps, backend, messaging, content, data, and machine learning. You will work with the latest open source technology, making contributions of your own to open source projects, and help us build a team the engineering community at Peloton sees as their champions in this space.

YOUR DAILY IMPACT AT PELOTON

  • Grow your skills in both Peloton’s broadly adopted development languages (Kotlin, Python), as well as languages optimized for the tools at hand.
  • Collaborate with peloton’s greater engineering org as well as  your own team to treat your Platforms as Products. 
  • Architect, develop, test, release, and support CI/CD systems such as Jenkins, GitHub Actions, Gradle, Gerrit, Artifactory, etc. 
  • Adhere to best practices in architectural design, testing (unit, integration, visual, and regression), and scrum methodology.
  • Evaluate developer platform designs, technical decisions, and code to ensure all are high quality, efficient, and well documented.
  • Participate in the complete product development lifecycle of Peloton’s CI/CD Platforms

YOU  BRING TO PELOTON

  • You love to solve challenging engineering problems 
  • You are knowledgeable and opinionated (but colaborable) about the software development lifecycle.
  • You have expert knowledge of SCM and CI/CD tools such as: GitHub, GitHub Actions, Jenkins, CircleCI, Gerrit, Gradle, and Artifactory
  • You are proficient in Kotlin, Python, Java, or Golang
  • You advocate for improving developer experiences and practices and lead engineering efforts in support
  • You have a growth mindset and will evolve along with the tooling landscape
  • You are experienced with the software development life cycle and familiar with best practices in developing, reviewing and managing code
  • You work well in a team setting, and collaborate well with others

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ABOUT PELOTON:

Peloton is the leading interactive fitness platform globally, with a passionate community of 7 million Members in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and Australia. Peloton makes fitness entertaining, approachable, effective, and convenient, while fostering social connections that motivate its Members to commit to their fitness journeys. An innovator at the nexus of fitness, technology, and media, Peloton reinvented the fitness industry by developing a first-of-its-kind subscription platform that seamlessly combines the best equipment, proprietary networked software, world-class streaming digital fitness and wellness content, and best-in-class fitness experts and Instructors..

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