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DevOps Engineer

Tallinn, Estonia
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Polina Tishchenko
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Work arrangement: Onsite
Industry: IT Services and IT Consulting
Language: English
Level: Middle or senior
Required experience: 2+ years
Relocation: Not paid
Visa support: Provided
Size: 501-1,000 employees
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DevOps Engineer

Tallinn, Estonia
Veriff is a global tech company building a visionary AI-driven verification platform. In a year, their team grew from 17 to 300+, and their software verifies over 3,000 government-issued documents from more than 190 countries. That's millions of verified identities a year and a lot of people working behind the scenes to help make the lives of millions, and one day billions, of people safer online.
Now they are looking for a DevOps Engineer who will play an active role in building top-notch deployment pipelines for a future unicorn.  Joining the team, you'll get all the perks that come with a disruptive tech start-up, including health days, unlimited snacks and coffee at the office, team events, and opportunity to grow for the team lead position.

Must-have skills:
  • Have 3+ years of experience in IT as a Systems Administrator, DevOps, or Site Reliability Engineer
  • Understand modern Infrastructure stacks like Linux, Postgres, cloud, and microservices
  • Have a strong background in IP networking fundamentals (SDN and Container network knowledge is a plus)
  • Take almost any service and make it work in production while keeping it scalable and manageable
  • Can create and maintain infrastructure with most cloud providers (Amazon required, Google Cloud and/or MS Azure are plus)
  • Can write infrastructure and networking as a code
  • Can read and understand code written by others
  • Can script and automate in more than one language
  • Are willing to learn and use modern orchestration tools like Kubernetes, Terraform, etc.
  • Have experience working in an international team and have a good command of the English language
Nice-to-have skills:
  • Experience in writing and maintaining a project written in Golang.
  • The ability to explain firewall hole punching and other complex engineering topics to non-technical people.

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