Junior/Intermediate Devops Engineer
Technology | Seattle, WA | Full Time
Sportsrocket is looking for a Junior-Intermediate Devops Engineer to join our team in Seattle and NYC.
We run a streaming and video content management platform designed to bridge the gap between broadcast and digital. We have teams in New York, Seattle, Poland, and India. The New York and Seattle offices are in great locations and share a friendly, laid-back, anti-hierarchical culture.
Job responsibilities will include:
- Ensuring high availability of various microservices and AWS infrastructure. + Ensuring high availability of live-streams during streaming events.
- Deploying and configuring cloud infrastructure on AWS.
- Reigning in AWS expenditures.
- Improving the CI/CD workflow.
- Implementing automation, service-monitoring, and testing.
The ideal candidate is driven, excited by complexity, and takes ownership. Strong dev skills and/or experience with AWS are a huge plus. If you're a solid dev looking to branch out into devops but don't necessarily have the operations / AWS / systems background, this could be a great opportunity for you to learn. We will provide extensive training.
Ideally, you're available Tuesday - Saturday. If not, we will expect occasional weekend work, but offer generous time-off in exchange for any weekend work.
Please note: we are not looking for remote employees.
Sportsrocket's industry-leading technology and creative services are changing the way rights holders think about monetizing video content. Built to serve the new generation of fans, Sportsrocket gets the right content on any platform at any time. In its brief history, Sportsrocket has already helped numerous content owners, including the Big Ten Network, AS Roma, National Lacrosse League, and others, amplify their digital strategy and grow to new heights. Founded by veteran media entrepreneur Brian Bedol, previous founder of Classic Sports Network (now known as ESPN Classic) and College Sports Television, Sportsrocket is redefining the digital landscape.