We're looking for an outstanding, first site reliability engineer to join our team at Viralspace and work on our mission to enable marketers to be driven by data, rather than guesswork. In addition to working across our technical stack, you will be architecting and building automation frameworks into our infrastructure. As a part of a small and cross-functional team, you'll have the opportunity to delve into other areas of the technology stack and build systems from the ground up. We are looking for a hands-on, self-starter who is hungry for growth, passionate about building innovative products, and excited to lead projects that will directly impact our unicorn and Fortune 500 clients to join our team.

What is Viralspace?

At Viralspace, you'll be joining a nimble startup backed by a much more established company on the path to IPO. We're a Bay Area-based startup that came out of Stanford and operated independently since 2019. We recently joined forces with Smartly.io, the leading social advertising tool, to lead their creative optimization efforts. Viralspace will remain a fully independent business line backed by all of the incredible resources, talents, and customers of Smartly.

The #1 factor that drives performance for digital ads is the creative, yet the creative decision-making process today is based on little more than guesswork. At Viralspace, we're changing that by using AI to help marketers make data-driven decisions about their ad creative. We use computer vision to tag millions of features across a brand's past ads, then present insights in a variety of AI-based software tools.

Smartly is on a mission to help advertisers unlock greater performance and creativity in social advertising by combining ad buying and creative automation. They have an established suite of ad buying and creative template tools loved by 700+ clients (across over $6.5B ad spend!), and are starting to move into creative optimization with Viralspace. Smartly is based in Helsinki but has satellite offices across the US, including San Francisco, where this role is based.

As a Site Reliability Engineer at Viralspace, you will...

  • Architect and build key automation frameworks (especially around monitoring, testing, and development environments).
  • Improve overall system reliability.
  • Debug production issues across services and levels of the stack.
  • Build out site reliability processes (post incident reviews, actionable documentation, etc).

We're looking for you if you...

  • Have at least 5+ years of SRE/DevOps experience
  • Have extensive experience writing production level Python code
  • Have extensive experience working on automation systems from the ground up
  • Have extensive experience working with AWS
  • Are experienced in working as part of a team as well as an individual contributor
  • Are a self-starter and excited to work in a fast-moving startup environment

#LI-Hybrid

 

Meet Smartly.io

Bringing brands and people together smartly. We are building a platform that combines media buying, creative, and data to automate every step of digital advertising.

We manage 2.5B€ in ad spend and serve more than 650 brands worldwide, including eBay, Uber and TechStyle. Our technology liberates marketers from manual work and allows them to focus on what matters. 

As a fast-paced growth company, Smartly.io offers opportunities to maximize your learning and amplify your impact. With colleagues from 62 nationalities, you'll work in a collaborative and inclusive environment built on a culture of trust, transparency, and feedback. Join our global team of over 650 Smartlies in reshaping the future of marketing. Learn more at smartly.io/careers and smartly.io/our-leadership-and-culture.

We are a hybrid workplace where Smartlies have the flexibility to work at the office, from home, or a bit of both. We also offer programs for short-term remote work globally. 

We are currently running fully remote recruitment processes due to the global pandemic. Read more here.

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Smartly.io is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities or special needs in our job application procedures and working environment. If you need assistance or have any questions please contact us at accommodations@smartly.io.

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