Founded in 2017, Unqork is the industry pioneer enterprise no-code application platform that helps large companies build, deploy, and manage complex applications without writing a single line of code. 

Organizations including Liberty Mutual, Goldman Sachs, New York City, and Maimonides Medical Center are using Unqork’s drag-and-drop interface to build enterprise applications faster, with higher quality, and lower costs than conventional approaches. In October 2020, Unqork Announced $207 Million in Series C Funding, raising company valuation to $2 Billion.

The Opportunity: 

As a Site Reliability Engineer, you will combine software and systems engineering to build and run large-scale, distributed, fault-tolerant systems.

  • Participate as a stakeholder in planning the product roadmap, sprint planning, standups
  • Scale systems sustainably through automation; evolve systems by pushing for changes that improve reliability and velocity.
  • Increase visibility into the health and durability of the Unqork platform
  • Practice sustainable incident response and blameless postmortems.
  • Maintain existing services and tools, augmenting and replacing as required

Who you are:

  • You are resourceful, open-minded, and enjoy solving complicated problems
  • You pay attention to the details, but can just as easily distill the concepts into the bigger picture
  • You have experience designing and executing your vision to completion
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills, are diligent and self-motivated
  • You have an eagerness to learn and excel in a fast-paced environment
  • You communicate well, not only with your team, but also with the wider organization and stakeholders
  • You enjoy automating routine tasks
  • You have a security-first mindset with everything you build and architect

What we’re looking for:

  • Knowledge in Linux monitoring, troubleshooting, and administration
  • Competence in at least one programming language. Must be able to write and evaluate code for scalability/runtime.
  • Experience with container orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes or Nomad
  • Experience with monitoring, APM, and logging tooling (Eg: ELK, Grafana, Datadog, NewRelic, Splunk)
  • Experience working with at least one DBMS (Eg: Postgres, MySQL, Oracle, MongoDB)
  • Experience with configuration management tools (Eg: Ansible, Puppet, Chef, or Salt).  Ansible Tower or AWX is a plus
  • Experience with Infrastructure-as-Code tools such as Terraform, Cloudformation, Google Deployment Manager, or Azure Resource Manager
  • Experience working with at least one major Cloud Provider (AWS/Azure/GCP)
  • Understanding of cloud native security requirements (Eg: WAF, security groups)


  • Advanced experience with programming/scripting languages such as Python, Javascript/NodeJS, or Bash
  • Professional experience as a Software Engineer
  • Experience instrumenting code to boost observability
  • Deep experience architecting services within cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, GCP
  • Serverless computing experience (Eg: Lambda/OpenFaaS)
  • Technology startup experience
  • DevSecOps or Security Engineering experience

Core Role Criteria:

  • Linux fundamentals
  • Demonstrates programming competency
  • Experience with containerization of an existing application
  • Experience with monitoring tooling and platforms
  • Experience and fundamental understanding of databases (MongoDB is a plus)
  • Has deep experience with at least one of Ansible, Chef, Puppet (Ansible being preferred)
  • Experience with Infrastructure-as-Code tools (Terraform being preferred)
  • Experience working with at least one major Cloud Provider (AWS/Azure/GCP)


Unqork is an equal opportunity employer, and proud to be committed to diversity and inclusiveness. We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, nationality, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, disability or age.

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