Who We Are

Vultr is on a mission to make high-performance cloud computing easy to use, affordable, and locally accessible for businesses and developers around the world.  With 32 cloud data center locations around the world, Vultr has served over 1.5 million customers across 185 countries with flexible, scalable, global Cloud Compute, Cloud GPU, Bare Metal, and Cloud Storage solutions. Founded by David Aninowsky and completely bootstrapped, Vultr has become the world’s largest privately-held cloud computing company without ever raising equity financing.

 

Why Vultr

Simply put, Vultr is committed to providing businesses worldwide with the best price-to-performance of any cloud computing platform. Our global reach of data centers and strategic new partnerships provide the foundation to maximize the impact of our existing services, new product improvements, and releases, which in turn, is a catalyst for your own success. Vultr is taking flight, and this is your opportunity to leave your mark on the future of Cloud Infrastructure! 

 

Vultr Cares

  • A 100% remote work environment + a company-wide get together
  • 401(k) plan that matches 100% up to 4% with immediate vesting
  • Professional Development Reimbursement of $2,500 each year
  • 11 Holidays + Paid Time Off Accrual + Rollover Plan + take off your birthday!
  • Commitment matters to Vultr! Increased PTO at 3 year anniversary + 1 month sabbatical at 5 year anniversary + Anniversary Bonus each year
  • $500 first year remote office setup + $400 each year following for new equipment
  • Monthly internet reimbursement up to $75
  • Company paid Calm app subscription
  • $50 per month for a gym membership

 

Join Vultr

The System Administration team is a central pillar of our growth strategy, and we are looking for a Lead System Administrator to help manage our Junior System Administrators, assign and manage tasks, and help keep the workload balanced and under control

You’ll be responsible for our Junior team members, guiding their development, assigning tasks, and ensuring completion of team goals. 

What to expect: 

  • Triaging issues
  • Assigning tasks 
  • Creating metrics to guide development of our team
  • Building training plans
  • Following through to ensure task completion
  • Evaluating performance of team members
  • Troubleshooting advanced problems

Our ideal candidate will have: 

  • Linux Experience
  • Enterprise Networking Experience
  • Strong Customer Service skills
  • Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to balance tasks and track completion
  • Strong ability to learn

Compensation

$85,000 - $100,000

This salary can vary based on location, years of experience, background and skill set.

 

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