Why this role matters

On the Platform Engineering Tooling Team, you will build internal tool sets which benefit our employees in their daily routines, reducing toil and streamline the process of modernizing internal applications. The primary focus is delivering and maintaining MLA stacks built to support a myriad of platforms.  You’ll be involved in every aspect of engineering from software development, quality assurance, delivery, and operationalization. 

All this will be done working on a scrum team with a mixture of experienced developers and engineers.  The team will listen to organizational challenges, outline proposals, and work to deliver the requirements.  This requires an outgoing personality, a sense of ownership, and being able to work with others to create the best possible product. 

This is a fully remote position from anywhere in Poland. 

What you will do:

In this position you’ll actively seek out ways to contribute and bring new ideas to the group.  You will have the opportunity to extensively utilize open source projects/software, often focusing on developing the 'glue' that integrates systems and enhancing their feature sets.  Bringing a sense of vision and contributing to the requirements is expected and encouraged.

What you will bring:

  • Strong experience in software development and/or scripting in multiple languages (ex. Java, Python, Elixir, Ruby & JavaScript).
  • Linux skills around administration and troubleshooting.
  • A background in Cloud Computing environments, preferably AWS (EC2/Lamba/ECS/EKS/RDS).
  • Experience with Opensource Products like Kubernetes, Helm, Argo, Terraform, Grafana, OpenSearch, and Kibana.
  • Experience in Agile software development methodology: Scrum, Kanban, etc.
  • Enjoyment in picking up new skills and technologies on a frequent basis.
  • Ability to troubleshoot all layers of the stack
  • History of troubleshooting production systems in high pressure situations.
  • An engaging personality that enjoys working with all types of people.

Technologies we often use:

  • Numerous datastores from both SQL and NoSQL technologies.

 

What is in it for you

  • Private Medical Insurance with the option to add dependents
  • Multisport Gym Membership
  • Educational Assistance Reimbursement Program
  • Polish Language Classes for non-native speakers
  • Lunch and Learn Sessions held biweekly
  • Opportunity to be reimbursed for conferences, trainings, and other events consistent with the area of work aimed at personal development
  • Three Paid Volunteer Days a Year
  • Unlimited Discretionary Time Off
  • Additional Maternity and Paternity Leave

Why Vonage

We value disruptive innovation, getting things done, and working with passion and integrity are the values that matter at Nexmo. We are on a mission to enable simplified communications between enterprises and their customers by empowering our employees. We strive for passion and integrity, both personally and professionally.We have achieved significant growth by hiring exceptional people. We have big goals, and we want the people who join us to be self-confident, focused on customers and delivery, and who are structured and committed in their approach. We value those who will help us continue this spirit. If this appeals to you then we encourage you to apply.We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

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