About the Company

SALT is the pioneer of crypto-backed lending and offers crypto-focused financial services for individuals and businesses. Committed to fostering adoption of blockchain technology, we’re working to bridge cryptocurrency with traditional finance. With an emphasis on security and customer service, we provide the technology, infrastructure, and tools that make it easy for crypto holders, businesses, banks, and governments across the globe to participate in the blockchain economy. SALT operates a blockchain-based platform that facilitates the issuance of consumer and commercial asset-backed loans secured with cryptocurrency. The platform is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Salt Blockchain Inc. For more information, please visit saltlending.com.

 

SALT is a remote first organization with a dynamic workforce. SALT offers medical, dental and vision health insurance with 100% paid premiums for employees and their eligible dependents, generous PTO, a 401(k) with company match, company equity, employer-paid short-term and long-term disability insurance, an employee perks program, a remote work expenses stipend, a charitable matching gifts program and an engaged culture with a wonderful team! If you enjoy a fast-paced, progressive, hard-working environment, SALT may be the place for you.

 

About the Position

The DevOps Engineer will report to the Director in the IT / Security Operations department and be responsible for partnering with other members of the IT and Engineering teams to facilitate successful code releases and deployments. This position will work remotely.  

 

 Primary Responsibilities:

  • Support SALT in developing their DevOps systems and practices
    • Make recommendations on architecture and approach
    • Develop continuous delivery/deployment processes
    • Architect and implement stacks in AWS for cost, security, performance, availability and automation
    • Partner with software developers
    • Participate in team meetings/communications, providing a DevOps perspective
  • Advance software to our standards so we can support it
    • Includes monitoring tools, configuration management, availability, data protection, security, service management
    • Design operations run books
    • Serve as an oncall resource
    • Identify opportunities for continuous improvement
  • Contribute to DevOps Tools and Cloud Services roadmaps
    • Prioritize new services / features
    • Investigate new technology
    • Provide feedback in service readiness reviews



 Needed Candidate Experience:

  • Minimum of five years of experience in IT or application development
  • Minimum of two years of experience with AWS
  • Minimum of one-year experience in a DevOps role
  • Demonstrated expertise in network design and security best practices
  • Linux system administration and scripting skills, such as shell (bash), Python
  • Configuration management tooling such as CloudFormation, Puppet or Chef
  • Application operations, including Incident Management, Change Management, Security Management and Capacity Management
  • Administration of Docker, Kubernetes, or ECS
  • Administration of CDNs, such as CloudFront
  • Continuous Integration tooling such as CodeBuild/CodePipeline, and development tooling, including Jira and Git
  • RDBMS DB experience
  • Strong communication skills to collaborate with various teams
  • Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills
  • Strong track record of learning new technology independently
  • Good time and project management skills
  • Ability to exercise judgement within defined parameters and procedures

 

Additional Preferred Candidate Experience:

  • Experience with cost optimization on AWS
  • SAML integration and Active Directory / LDAP
  • REST based web services programming
  • AWS SDK experience
  • Splunk experience
  • Developing and supporting shared services
  • Understanding of SW development lifecycle / agile processes
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering or related field

 

Job Type:

Full-time position

 

Location:

Works remotely from anywhere in the U.S.

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