As a Devops Software Engineer at TwilioSendGrid, you will be responsible for the infrastructure for our Marketing Application Platform in the cloud.  You will work on a small, versatile and passionate team, tackling new problems as we continue to push our technology forward. You will help/lead in building the pipeline of the infrastructure that allows your team to develop and test software in the cloud efficiently and effectively. You will have the opportunity to shape architectural solutions that enable us to achieve our goal of simplifying communication between businesses and their customers.

What You’ll Do

  • Live by and champion our cultural values of Twilio Magic.
  • Perform thorough and thoughtful code reviews for other engineers on your team
  • Help building the perfect CI/CD pipeline for our managed AWS services allowing developers to push their changes to code with high confidence
  • Partner without Quality and Software engineers to build the most effective test suite
  • Help build monitoring solutions that keeps our systems health in check and page when necessary
  • Help troubleshoot and optimize our backend services
  • Work with your Engineering Manager, Principal Engineer, and Senior Engineers to understand priorities and roadmap
  • Internalize the set of good habits (development techniques, TDD, security, and tech debt balance, agile habits) that drive high-end engineering excellence
  • Build relationships with key engineers in your focus area
  • Share your knowledge and ensure the security, operability, quality, and scalability of your work
  • We're an agile, fast-growing company and this job description isn't meant to be a complete list of your qualifications or all of the things you'll do

 

Our stack includes: Golang, Redis, Kafka, Dynamo, Kube, Chef, Docker, and many of the AWS services such as S3, EC2, Kinesis, SQS, Lambda, etc

About You

  • Typically, 3-5 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of experience and education
  • Knowledge of two or more of the following languages:  C, C++, Go, Java, C#, Perl, or Python
  • Experience building APIs and data delivery mechanisms for applications such as web dashboards, alerting & health systems, mobile applications, and third party integrations
  • Advanced ability to craft clear and concise documentation
  • Knowledge of the AWS stack (Terraform, EC2, RDS, SQS, Route 53, S3, Kinesis etc)  and IaaS (Terraform is a must)
  • Ability to design and manage CI / CD pipelines (Buildkite)
  • Experience with relational, non-relational, and time-series data stores
  • Experience in database development (relational or NoSql)
  • Experience in building software, tests, code review etc.

Bonus Points

  • Exposure to modern machine learning tools, techniques, and frameworks
  • Knowledge of Docker & Kubernetes
  • Experience with developing and deploying cloud applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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