Yext (NYSE: YEXT) is the leading digital presence platform for multi-location brands, with thousands of customers worldwide. With one central platform, brands can seamlessly deliver consistent, accurate, and engaging experiences and meaningfully connect with customers anywhere in the digital world. Our AI and machine learning technology powers the knowledge behind every customer engagement, which is only possible through our team of innovators and enthusiastic collaborators. Join us and experience firsthand why we are consistently recognized as a ‘Best Place to Work’ globally by industry leaders such as Built In, Fortune, and Great Place To Work®!

The Systems Engineering team works closely with software engineering teams to develop, build, test, deploy, operate, and monitor the underlying infrastructure that powers the Yext cloud platform. Our responsibilities range from building, operating and securing our public cloud infrastructure to designing and building out the Open Source platforms that power the Yext software stack.

What You'll Do

  • Develop automated systems that streamline the build, test, and operation of our infrastructure
  • Work with talented software teams to optimize performance, and increase reliability of our applications, ensuring our infrastructure doesn’t skip a beat
  • Build comprehensive self service functionality that lets our software engineers move faster
  • Design and build our tools for monitoring and alerting to administer and comprehend increasing numbers of services
  • Define a set of standards that services should meet and implement capability to measure and score us on these
  • Diagnose and solve problems across the application and infrastructure stacks

What You Have

  • BA/BS in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent practical experience
  • A few years experience in cloud infrastructure, software development, or distributed systems
  • A code-first mindset to developing and testing infrastructure
  • Experience with automated build, test and deployment of infrastructure
  • Strong interest in platform engineering, you take a customer and product centric approach to building internal services
  • You enjoy sharing knowledge and working as part of a team

Bonus Points

  • Hands-on experience with Terraform, Ansible, and Docker
  • Monitoring with Prometheus
  • Proficient with Python, Go, Java, or similar
  • Working knowledge of AWS, GCP or Azure
  • Experience writing cloud native application with Kubernetes or Nomad
  • Exposure to Redis, ElasticSearch, Kafka or RabbitMQ

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Pay ranges at Yext are established based on an analysis of salaries for positions with a similar level of accountability and impact in the relevant labor market. Salary levels are expected to change to reflect an employee’s job performance (results and impact) over time. Salaries at the time of hire are typically offered in the lower to middle of the above-referenced range in order to provide the opportunity to reflect performance-based increases over time. In addition to base salaries, employees at Yext are typically eligible for a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental and vision benefits; life insurance; short term and long-term disability; 401(k) retirement plan; and vacation and sick leave. Successful candidates may also be eligible for equity (stock) based compensation and/or variable pay programs based on performance relative to goals and targets.

Annual Base Pay Range
$146,700$283,000 USD

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