Company Description:

Traeger Grills, headquartered in Salt Lake City, has been revolutionizing BBQ grilling and outdoor cooking for 30 years. We obsess over providing world-class experiences to not only our customers, but also to our retail partners and vendors. Recently voted as a 2016,2017, & 2018 Best Company to Work For, and a Top 25 Fastest Growing Company by Utah Business Magazine, we’re looking for individuals who are committed to winning. We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture based around teamwork, quality, innovation and constant growth and development. We cook together and we win together!

 

Job Description:

Our team builds and maintains the digital experience for Traeger customers across every device and digital touchpoint. We are looking for an experienced Software Engineer who can design, build-out, and maintain API’s to support Traeger’s digital experience. 

This position requires a strong understanding of industry architecture designs, implementations methods and trends (SaaS, Microservices, RESTGraphQL). A large part of this roll will be interfacing with existing data sources and integrating new ones (IoT, DataHubCMS, Commerce, CRM, external 3rd party vendors and more). 

 

Sr. Software Engineer Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain existing services that have been built and configured within existing architecture 
  • Design and implement new serverless architecture framework for api services 
  • Augment pre-production code measurement & testing 
  • Augment production monitor performance 
  • Design and set up a monitoring for both new and existing services 
  • Define and document best practices and strategies for development 
  • Implement and maintain the application’s CI/CD pipeline 
  • Define service capacity planning strategies 
  • Mentor & educate team members 

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years (min) of experience in Security Engineering, DevOps or IT Operations roles, strong familiarity with the principles of DevOps and Agile development 
  • 2+ years (min) of hands-on experience securing cloud applications and infrastructure (AWS preferred) 
  • Excellent understanding/working knowledge of the public cloud infrastructure and services in AWS (IAM, VPC, KMS, CloudWatch, Systems Manager, S3, RDS, Route53, Lambda, AWS Config, etc.) is a strong plus; 
  • Experience building and securing infrastructure as code (IaC) using Serverless Framework, CloudFormation, Ansible, SAM and/or similar tools 
  • Understanding of software development lifecycle models, as well as the approaches to implement the AWS Well-Architected Framework 
  • Ability to troubleshoot distributed systems 
  • Understanding of the shared responsibility model in AWS 
  • Fluency with one or more scripting/coding languages (e.g. bash, Python) 
  • Experience implementing and leveraging the logging and monitoring solutions 
  • Past experience with the serverless approaches using AWS Lambda is a plus 
  • Relevant security and AWS certifications are a plus
  • 5+ years (min) of experience in Security Engineering, DevOps or IT Operations roles, strong familiarity with the principles of DevOps and Agile development 
  • 2+ years (min) of hands-on experience securing cloud applications and infrastructure (AWS preferred) 
  • Excellent understanding/working knowledge of the public cloud infrastructure and services in AWS (IAM, VPC, KMS, CloudWatch,
  • Systems Manager, S3, RDS, Route53, Lambda, AWS Config, etc.) is a strong plus;
  • Experience building and securing infrastructure as code (IaC) using Serverless Framework, CloudFormation, Ansible, SAM and/or similar tools 
  • Understanding of software development lifecycle models, as well as the approaches to implement the AWS Well-Architected Framework 
  • Ability to troubleshoot distributed systems 
  • Understanding of the shared responsibility model in AWS 
  • Fluency with one or more scripting/coding languages (e.g. bash, Python) 
  • Experience implementing and leveraging the logging and monitoring solutions 
  • Past experience with the serverless approaches using AWS Lambda is a plus 
  • Relevant security and AWS certifications are a plus 

 

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Strong process-orientation and problem solving skills. 
  • Ability to translate requirements into action plan and deliverables. 
  • Ability to create and implement improvement initiatives, influencing cross-functional teams. 
  • Extremely organized and highly motivated. 
  • Flexibility to work in a rapidly changing environment. 
  • Results- and data-driven personality. 
  • Passion for best practices within development, scalability, and reuse. 
  • Solid team player. 
  • Ability to organize and complete tasks on short deadlines. 
  • Have a work hard/play hard mentality and thrive in a start-up environment. 

 

 

 What We Offer:

  • Generous 401(k) plan
  • Full medical/dental/vision package to fit your needs
  • Open-PTO Policy
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • Individual professional development programs and initiatives that help you grow and develop professionally
  • A positive and supportive team to work with
  • Company provided meals throughout the week, Utah Gold Ski, Discounted Gym Memberships, generous Employee Discount Program, company sponsored Community Service opportunities, and much more!

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