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Site Reliability Engineer - Ruby on Rails Developer (Remote)

Quimbee is growing! We’re looking to add a new full-time member to our core team. This position is 100% remote (U.S. only). All you need is an internet connection and a quiet place to work.

We prefer a small and highly effective engineering team, so every new team member is vital to the success of the company.

Who We’re Looking For

We are looking for our first site-reliability engineer (SRE). As our SRE, you must have strong experience with Ruby on Rails based applications. Ideally, you're an experienced Ruby on Rails developer with a passion for operations tasks. 

Your focus will be on improving our deployment practices, maintaining, troubleshooting, documenting, and improving the systems that keep our Heroku hosted system running securely and smoothly with the least downtime possible. Eventually, we might also consider alternative hosting platforms in the future, and we expect you to help with that too. There will be a lot of monitoring, alerting, and prioritizing what is worth our attention and what's not. You're expected to investigate and mitigate single points of failure, performance bottlenecks, slow SQL queries, errors, or any other identified issues trying to solve them yourself or with the help of the other developers in the team.

You'll have the opportunity to help us define and shape processes, tools, and best practices in the context of our platform. You'll work closely with our team of developers to determine the current state of our platform as well as defining the future of it. Strong candidates will bring strong engineering and operations acumen, combined with the ability to move fast (and fix things).

We're looking for collaborative, detail-oriented people who are ready for a challenge. In this role, you'll be responsible for working on the critical task of ensuring our backend systems are rock solid and scalable.

You’ll join a small, 100% remote tech team. Your voice will be heard when we need to make new technical decisions as our product grows. We expect you to go beyond coding to give input on the product roadmap, design, and architecture.

We look for:
  • A Ruby developer. You have deep software engineering experience and are comfortable writing code in Ruby as well as at least one other programming language.
  • A DevOps advocate. You believe in the benefits of immutable infrastructure and understand what it takes to implement it from the operating-system level up to datacenter deployments.
  • A data-driven engineer. You know the difference between an MTTR and MTTD and have the skills necessary to optimize them.
  • A great process and code debugger. You feel comfortable leading robust and thorough root cause analysis (RCA) sessions to attack problems at their core and ensure they don’t recur.
  • A self-starter. You take responsibility for projects from idea to completion, proactively seeking assistance as needed while guiding the work to successful outcomes.
  • A versatile engineer. You know what you don’t know and feel comfortable learning new skills. You’re not ashamed of recognizing mistakes and take measures to avoid falling again.
  • A team player. You share code ownership as much as possible. You don't mind fixing other people’s code or stepping in to help a teammate.
  • A minimalist. You believe a new feature should be built only when the evidence supports it. You’re willing to push back when you believe this rule is being ignored or violated.
  • A great communicator. You communicate your ideas, feedback, and criticism thoroughly, clearly, and courteously. You believe there’s no such thing as over-explaining or over-clarifying because that’s how miscommunication is avoided.
  • A business-minded engineer. You have a deep understanding of the importance of building maintainable, efficient, clean code while balancing that with the urgency of the business needs.

Task Examples

Working with us, you could be asked to (solo or as part of a team):
  • Create and maintain documentation about our platform and all the third-party services it depends on, defining a plan of development for failover mechanisms to improve our platform's resilience.
  • Investigate issues reported by our automated systems or our customer support or QA teams, determine impact and root cause, then prioritize and document them, and solve them yourself when possible or sync with our devs team to solve it.
  • Streamline our deployment process so that deployments are as smooth as possible both for our users as well as for our teams, considering the possibility of having to rollback.
  • Educate engineers throughout the company on how to ensure their projects meet our reliability, performance, and security requirements.
  • Reduce the server-side and front-end latency of our application to deliver a lightning-fast user experience.
  • Optimize our hosting bill by increasing throughput and resource efficiency, while planning capacity for the next two years of growth.
  • Determine and configure a core set of metrics and alerts to make sure our apps and servers are running smoothly and that we can react fast if something bad happens.
  • Develop and maintain performance and load tests.
  • Possible on-call responsibilities.
  • Experience hosting apps in Heroku, monitoring, and scaling them up/down
  • B.S. computer science or related field
  • 5+ years of software-engineering experience
  • 2+ years of site-reliability engineering (or similar) experience
  • 1+ years of direct Ruby on Rails experience
  • Strong experience profiling and optimizing applications for speed and memory consumption
  • Strong knowledge of SQL in general and PostgreSQL in particular
  • Experience with at least one programming language other than Ruby and JS
  • Extensive Git (or similar) experience solving complex merging conflicts
  • Know how the web works under the hood: TCP, HTTP, DNS, IP, caches, etc.
  • Native fluency in English
  • U.S. based

Preferred Qualifications

  • Hosting apps in AWS or similar, monitoring, and scaling them up/down
  • Experience working on a SaaS application or with subscription-based businesses generally
  • Experience contributing to Open Source
  • Experience working on a remote team

What We Offer

  • Join a small team who loves what they do.
  • 100% remote work for unlimited flexibility.
  • A competitive salary.
  • Untracked paid time off and sick leave.
  • Healthcare coverage (including dental) for you and your family.
  • 401(k) with 3% company matching.
  • 1 week ago
  • Quimbee

Senior DevOps Engineer

About Us
Mokriya takes software seriously. We’re pragmatic crafters who believe in smart and focused development, building clients’ products just as we do our own: investing heavily in design, iterating rapidly to validate and falsify ideas, and pursuing perfection in every interaction. We learned a lot of interesting things along the way about the right way to ship software, and we're now bringing our incredible software product experience to larger companies like Verizon, Google, Intel, Twitter, Sony, L'Oréal— and we do this all with a fully distributed team.

We believe that well-made software can change the world, no matter how small or simple a product might be. We also believe that poorly-made software —badly-designed, badly-developed, or badly-supported— is a preventable tragedy.

Mokriya’s mission is to make great software: for ourselves, for our clients and most importantly for our users.

About You
You love to build. When you're not at your job, you're probably tinkering on some contraption in the basement or figuring out how to take apart . You get a thrill from figuring out a clever way to solve a problem. You are a good software tester with strong programming fundamentals and you really take pride in knowing the ins and outs of the programming languages and libraries you are working on. You are a product-focused Engineer that cares about details and—this is obvious—you take pride in your work.

If this sounds like you, and you've been working on DevOps, you should apply. We strongly encourage and are proponents of diversity.

Why should I be excited to work here?
First, it’s fun. Not in the “everyone pretend to have fun, we’re a startup, where are the Nerf guns?” way, either. It’s fun to work at Mokriya because beyond the perks and good times, we’re a happy team of people who love to design and build great products. It’s not just that we have a great organizational structure in which everyone is really empowered to act; it’s also that we hire for fit and bring in folks only if we’re confident in their integrity, capability, and drive.

No one will watch over your shoulder, and you won't have to spend time watching over anyone else's either. We’re a talented team of doers. There’s little bureaucracy, and we hate blocking. Our product managers spend their time making sure you can get things done in the way that best suits your preferences and the project needs.

Autonomy, creativity, thoughtfulness, trust: if you care about those things, you'll be happy here. And more importantly, we'd be honored to hire you.

  • Automating build, release/deployment, manual processes and workflows.
  • Defining and delivering cloud agnostic IaaS and PaaS components to support in-house developed software and data models
  • Design for a Cloud agnostic solution that has maximum flexibility and operability.
  • Ensure that software builds happen predictably, consistently and reliably
  • Manage risks and resolve issues that affect scope, schedule, and quality
  • Support and improve our tools, infrastructure, and processes that support rapid and reliable delivery of high-quality software to our production service. Advocate for improving our build and release toolchain. Support deployment activities of development and production releases including troubleshooting of release blockers such as infrastructure, configuration, and code.
  • Assist development in troubleshooting system and software issues in all environments
  • Work closely with development teams to create processes and tools that provide immediate feedback on source changes
  • Design/manage process for Docker creation pipeline
  • Write effective documentation

  •  Requirements
  • 6+ years’ experience across entire SDLC, CI/CD tools, with configuration & release management, deployments, and troubleshooting in cloud environments
  • Experience in working with a Virtual team in a production cloud environment (preferably PaaS or SaaS)
  • Experience with one or more tools from each category:
  • IaaS Platforms: AWS, Azure, etc
  • Virtualization: Docker, Vagrant, VMWare, Virtualbox, etc
  • Config Mgmt:  Ansible, Terraform
  • CI / CD: TeamCity, Jenkins, GO Pipeline, etc
  • Scripting: Bash, Powershell, Python, Perl, MSBuild
  • Networking: DNS, Routing, Firewalls, Load balancers, etc
  • Databases: PostgreSQL, SQL Server,
  • Version Control: Git, Github
  • Orchestration: Kubernetes, Mesos, DCOS
  • Experience with administrating Java environments (JVM, Maven, Ant, etc.).
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong experience with Windows and Linux systems
  • Strong understanding of source code version control systems, TFS, Github, and code branching/merging strategies
  • Expertise with build and release tools such as Maven, JVM, Ant
  • Experience with deploying .NET code as Windows Docker images in the Cloud

  • Nice to have:
  • Experience with Azure, Mesos, Hashicorp Consul and Vault, Jfrog Artificatory.
  • Monitoring: Zenos, LogicMonitor
  • Logging: Graylog, Splunk, etc
  • Experience with JIRA and Confluence

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Mokriya Inc

    Inbound Sales Engineer

    We (Kinsta.com) are a modern cloud hosting startup focused on WordPress hosting. Our awesome, talented, and motivated team is scattered across the globe: Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, and South America.

    Our client base is growing steadily, and we’re looking for a competent inbound sales engineer with exceptional communication skills and technical background to be an amazing first point of contact for the inbound sales process!

    As a Kinsta Inbound Sales Engineer, you will:

    • Answer questions regarding our hosting plans, features, capabilities and platform from all leads that are generated by our marketing team’s efforts. This may include leads from our website, chat, social media, sales email, or any other inbound contact method.
    • Discuss with sales leads their requirements, needs, and questions via email/ticket and voice communication (Google Meet, Zoom.us, Skype, Phone, etc.).
    • Provide inside sales assistance to existing clients and to Kinsta’s sales team by pricing custom hosting plans, generating custom proposals, coordinating temporary server upgrades, answering plan upgrade/downgrade questions, and various other sales-related tasks.
    • Respond to leads in a way that takes into account their skill level, expectations, and needs. The skill level of our existing and potential client base varies from beginner to expert and everything in between. Additionally, our client base ranges from personal blogs and websites to e-commerce and all the way up to mission critical enterprise websites. As such, the ability to gauge and sense how to approach inbound sales leads is imperative!
    • Produce satisfied customers by helping people, understanding their needs, demonstrating technical expertise to build trust, and guiding the customer to the right product or service. This is not a role where memorizing keywords, reading from scripts, or simply replying with knowledge base links is acceptable!
    • Monitor trends and provide feedback gathered from the inbound sales process to the appropriate internal team.
    • In coordination with the Director of Sales, create, standardize, and document sales processes and workflows.
    • Engage in ongoing education to develop relevant skills and knowledge.
    • Keep up to date with developments in the WordPress community to understand upcoming changes and issues faced by WordPress users.

    The customer experience is one of the cornerstones of our business. Our clients have come to expect industry-leading support and it's our pleasure to deliver that to them. We take the same approach with prospective clients by providing high-level care and assistance.

    As a Kinsta Inbound Sales Engineer, you must meet the following core requirements:

    • Fluent in written and verbal English. You need to be an exceptional writer and completely comfortable jumping on multiple sales calls every day.
    • Prior experience in a similar or related customer-facing role, preferably dealing with a SaaS, PaaS, or WordPress-related product or service.
    • Must be fluent in WordPress. For example, you need to know what domain mapping is in the context of multisite, you need to have an opinion about Gutenberg, you need to have a good working knowledge of the most common WordPress plugins and themes (Yoast, WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads, Avada, Genesis, etc.), and pretty soon after starting in the role you’ll need to be able to explain why it’s a bad idea to count each page load with a call to wp-admin/admin-ajax.php. If any of the preceding information is intimidating or completely foreign, it’s likely that this role won’t be a great fit for you.
    • Technical experience using WordPress and related technologies such as CDN, DNS, Linux, PHP, MySQL, caching, DNS, and domain names is required. You do not need to be a developer or systems admin; however, you do need to understand and feel comfortable discussing these topics via both written and verbal conversations.
    • Eagerness to learn and understand new technical concepts.

    Things To Remember When Applying

    When you apply, make sure you include a cover letter that points out how you meet the requirements in this listing. Each of these requirements was included after careful thought and deliberation, so we’re really curious to know how your experience and expertise can be applied in this role. Lastly, let us know what you think about the Gutenberg project in a few words. Doing these things is your chance to flex your WordPress knowledge and to show that you reviewed this listing carefully.

    This is a fully-remote role. You can work from anywhere as long as you have reliable internet access and a quiet environment for sales phone/VOIP calls as needed.

    This position offers a great deal of flexibility, responsibility, competitive salary, and opportunity for growth for the right candidate.

    If you want to learn more about Kinsta and what it's like to work for our team, head to our website and look for the About Us link in the footer.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Kinsta

    Remote - Happiness Engineer (Located in USA)

    Join the team and help us build something incredible!

    We live and breathe customer support, and strive to provide exceptional experiences for each and every Flywheel user. As a Happiness Engineer, you’ll get to work directly with customers to help them get the most out of the Flywheel platform and do their best work!

    You’ll be responsible for understanding customers’ needs, communicating solutions, solving problems, and working with an incredibly talented team to help our customers succeed. We provide support for a wide variety of topics ranging from hosting help and development dilemmas to recommending articles to read or sharing pictures of our cats. (Yep – that’s a true story!)

    If you love working with people, enjoy a challenge, and know the right moment to add your favorite gif to an email, we’d love to hear from you!

    Think you're a perfect fit?

    Here's just a little taste of what we're looking for

    • Has a desire to help people, and a strong sense of empathy for their needs
    • Has intermediate knowledge of WordPress and WordPress Plugins and Themes
    • Holds basic to advanced knowledge of Apache and NGINX
    • Holds basic to advanced knowledge of MySQL
    • Is comfortable with the command line/general internet infrastructure (DNS / SFTP Linux, etc.)
    • Is willing to learn new things, and has an aptitude for technology
    • Has familiarity with server infrastructure providers (Google Cloud Platform, Digital Ocean, etc)
    • Has experience accurately describing and communicating issues to clients with and without developer backgrounds
    • Responding to email tickets or online chat to help Flywheel customers with their website issues
    • Troubleshooting the most technical of issues, escalated from our Tier 1 support team
    • Debugging performance issues related to PHP and/or WordPress sites using New Relic or similar tools
    • Digging into and solving technical issues related to anything along the LAMP stack
    • Combing through logs to identify errors being generated from code being executed on the server
    Flywheel’s customers are some of the top designers and agencies in the world, and they build beautiful, amazing websites with WordPress. The job of the support team (and everyone at Flywheel) is to help them focus on doing what they love – and leave the hosting to us. If you’ve built WordPress sites, love solving problems for people, and are ready to join a fast-growing company, we’d love to hear from you.

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Flywheel

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    Support Engineer


    We (Kinsta.com) are a modern cloud hosting startup focused on WordPress hosting. Our awesome, talented, and motivated team is scattered across the globe: Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America.

    Our client base is growing steadily and we’re looking for a competent support engineer with exceptional communication skills who can provide enterprise level technical support to our customers via our support system.

    Our support team works with our customers using chat and email (we use Intercom.io exclusively for these purposes). As a Kinsta Support Engineer you will:

    • Take ownership of issues reported by customers and see problems through to resolution.
    • Research, troubleshoot, and identify solutions to resolve customer issues.
    • Follow standard procedures for proper escalation of unresolved issues to the appropriate internal teams.
    • Provide prompt and accurate feedback to customers.
    • Monitor uptime and analyze transactions data using third party analytics tools to resolve more advanced issues.
    • Document troubleshooting and problem resolution steps for internal use and to extend our Knowledge Base.
    • Carefully follow internal documentation to perform website migrations and repair websites infected with malware.

    Our current shift need is Sunday - Thursday 11pm-7am UTC.


    The ideal Kinsta Support Engineer is technically-knowledgeable, upbeat, professional, curious, and self-motivated.

    Excellent support is one of the cornerstones of our business. Our clients have come to expect industry-leading support and it's our pleasure to deliver that to them. As a result, we're pretty careful about adding new Support Engineers to our team.

    We hire Support Engineers with a variety of different areas of expertise - some of us are WordPress developers, others are Linux server gurus, while others are technically-knowledgeable internet generalists who have mastered the art of customer service.

    All of our Engineers must meet the following core requirements:

    • Completely fluent in English with excellent written communication skills.
    • Capable of thriving in a fast-paced and occasionally stressful environment interacting with multiple clients simultaneously while maintaining a professional and friendly tone.
    • Our Support Engineers must know WordPress deeply. All we host is WordPress and we have the best support team in the business (even if we do say so ourselves). While you don't have to be a full-fledged WordPress developer to be a Kinsta Support Engineer, you do need to know the WordPress database and file/directory structure as well as the wp-config.php file like the back of your hand. Experience with WP-CLI certainly advantageous.
    • A basic understanding of or familiarity with the following technologies: Linux, NGINX, PHP, MySQL/MariaDB, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, DNS, CDN, and caching (object and page).
    • Consummate professionalism: we're a distributed team and we expect you to act like the professional we know you are. That means being a member of the Kinsta team requires excellent communication, rock-solid reliability, and the drive to bring your best effort to bear on your work every single day.

    Our Support Engineers deal with a lot more than just WordPress! While you don't need to be a full-stack developer to fill this role, you will be providing hosting support to full-stack developers, so you do need to be familiar with the full-stack, from Linux web servers to browser dev tools.

    Bonus points:

    • Completely fluent in a second language. Languages we're currently targeting include: Italian, French, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, and Norwegian. If you are fluent in one of these languages please highlight this information when you apply!
    • Deep expertise in any (or all!) of the following: WordPress, Linux, NGINX, PHP and MySQL.
    • Experience setting up, managing, and supporting LEMP/LAMP stacks.
    • Prior experience working with customers over chat in a technical role in a fast-paced environment - particularly experience providing live support for web hosting or WordPress products.


    This is a fully-remote role. Our Support Engineers can work from anywhere they have reliable internet access.

    We always use the latest version of everything: PHP 7.2, NGINX, Ubuntu 18.04, Linux containers, Google Cloud and more, so you’ll be able to work with a bunch of exciting technologies and use them every day!

    This position offers a great deal of flexibility, responsibility, competitive salary, and opportunity for growth for the right candidate.

    If you want to learn more about Kinsta and what it's like to work for our team, head to our website, Kinsta.com, and look for the About Us link in the footer.

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Kinsta

    Senior DevOps/System Admin Engineer

    Have you built and managed large cloud server deployments that have seen real production usage? Are you an expert at automation tools like Chef, Consul, Terraform, and Kubernetes? Does having an amazing logging system like Splunk or ELK really get you excited? If so, we’d like you to learn about Action Verb.

    We’re looking to hire a senior engineer for our Infrastructure team, which is responsible for keeping our network of 100 cloud servers across 8 AWS regions and their associated services running like a well-oiled machine.

    You’ll be working with our existing deployments of Chef, Ansible, Consul, Terraform, ELK, Grafana, Statsd, Asterisk, MySQL, Redis, Memcached, Zeromq, Puma, Jenkins, and many other exciting open source systems. But you’ll also be free to deploy anything else if it gets the job done!

    About our Network

    • ~100 servers, mostly hosted on AWS
    • 8 AWS regions, as well as multiple colocated hosting providers
    • Hundreds of public IP addresses
    • 500+ HTTPS requests per second
    • 25+ FTP/SFTP/FTPS logins per second
    • 100+ file transfers per second
    • 10,000+ log entries per second
    • 150,000+ metrics
    • 99.9% uptime record

    For Roles on Our Infrastructure Team, We Want To See This Track Record of Results:

    • Experience managing large cloud server deployments that have seen real production usage.
    • Experience building distributed, failure-resistant architecture, including disaster recovery, backups, failover, etc.
    • Experience with the advanced features of public cloud platforms such as AWS or Azure (we use AWS).
    • Significant experience working with GNU/Linux servers, including a complete understanding of the command line, /proc, services, etc.
    • Comprehensive understanding of networking concepts, including layers, firewalls, DNS, VPN, etc.
    • Proficiency with configuration management tools, such as Chef or Puppet, and fluency with at least one major scripting language.
    • Familarity with large scale monitoring and analysis systems, such as ELK or Splunk (we use ELK).
    • Complete understanding of how to build secure infrastructure and an awareness of common server security vulnerabilities.
    • History managing a large database at scale (we use MySQL).

    Please stop reading now if these bullets do not describe your experience. We do not make inexperienced hires. But if they do describe your experience, please read on!

    Salary and Benefits

    Action Verb offers competitive salaries combined with unparalleled flexibility and other benefits to secure top talent.

    This position pays at least $110,000-130,000 per year, based on experience and track record, plus a great benefits package, and a $2,500 signing bonus to purchase a new computer, desk, or anything else that would help build or refresh your home office.

    After your first year with Action Verb, we’ll update your salary annually based on your performance, as reviewed by your peers. Over the course of your career at Action Verb, your salary can grow by 2-3x if you are one of our highest performers.

    We fully pay base plan health insurance premiums (exact plan details depend on your state of residence), and we’ll pick up the tab for 75% of your spouse or family if they wish to join your chosen plan. We want your family to be healthy.

    You’ll take off 11 company-wide holidays per year as well as 20 days of PTO for vacations. Go have fun. Don’t work all the time.

    Plus, you can join Action Verb Risk Free because of our $7,500 Quitting Bonus Within Your First 90 Days.

    Want to read more about our culture and philosophy?  
    Go here: https://actionverb.com/working-at-action-verb
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Action Verb

    Solution Engineer (ID: PRSE01)

    Don’t just go to work. Thrive.
    Here are people committed to openness, a rebellious business spirit and they have the will to revolutionize the market.

    We are eMail
    Worldwide companies like: 1&1, STRATO, Host Europe, NetCologne, network solutions / web.com and Rackspace use our "white label" products for eMail and collaboration.

    Open people for an open source!
    Join the force which works on products to support people in their daily digital life without sacrificing their personal freedom and protect their data.

    Daily activities alternate between working on customer issues and actual "Professional Services for customer implementations (both on & off-site). As a Solutions Engineer (with a focus on PowerDNS) you will work closely with the PowerDNS development team, as well as other parts of Open-Xchange and Dovecot development, sales and Product Management teams form within the European Service team.

    We think Support & Implementation is a great step into a promising career. We are specifically looking for employees willing to learn quickly while delivering great support and service. Keeping an eye towards growing within the Global Services department or into different roles in the larger Open-Xchange organisation. In other words, this position is a great opportunity for your personal development. There will be a close and intimate cooperation between PowerDNS and OX Professional Services regarding the  support, implementation and development roles.

    Your passion / Your job

    • Implementation & Support of PowerDNS technology for our customers
    • Investigate and reproduce complex custom issues, test solutions, help implement fixes
    • Providing technical support during complex deployment projects and roll-outs
    • Evaluation of customer environment, creation of custom integration concepts, and writing SOWs for actual implementations.
    • Customer communication and managing (technical) relationship
    • Work closely with PowerDNS (including Open-Xchange and Dovecot) development, sales, and product management teams
    • Manage architecture, design and documentation for customer solutions & projects
    • Hands on training of customer’s administrators and support team

    What do you bring to the table

    • Good knowledge of DNS technologies and solutions (Open source and commercial).
    • Knowledge and experience with PowerDNS is a bonus
    • Experience in system administration or support of Unix or Linux systems, ideally in the hosting/telco market.
    • In-depth knowledge of and demonstrated experience with Linux systems
    • Experience with System architecture and design (design and analysis of complex setups in heterogeneous environments). 
    • Good understanding of large, complex networking environments (IP, Anycast, Telco mobile and broadband networks, etc.)
    • Hands-on experience with Ansible, cloud technologies and databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis and sqlite)
    • Knowledge of Lua script and/or C++ is a bonus.
    • Ability to work independently
    • Ability to travel international
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
    • multi-lingual candidates (in German, Dutch, French, Spanish or Italian) will get bonus points
    • Experience with mission critical systems
    • knowledge of large scale E-Mail systems is a bonus 

    What do we offer

    • Training and personal development
    • Home Office and the opportunity to work from one of the many offices we define as the OX world
    • The latest in IT equipment
    • Flat hierarchies combined with "Open Door" policies
    • Personal development in a dynamic environment

    • 6 months ago
    • Open-Xchange GmbH