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DevOps Engineer

Formstack, the most flexible and powerful form building application, is looking for a
 DevOps Engineer 
to add to its already awesome Dev team.

Formstack is a 10 year old company with its roots in Indianapolis. Our customers span 110 different countries, and our employees live and work across the U.S. and the globe. We provide a remote work environment that is flexible and provides great freedom for those who can perform. 

What you'll do:

You'll be in charge of driving scalability, performance, and availability of our application. You'll look into day to day operational issues of our LAMP stack at AWS. You'll implement and automate security controls around our infrastructure. You'll work with our engineering team to ensure the software that we build can scale. We currently process around 30 million requests per day. You will participate in our on-call rotation.

Who you are:

You love to solve problems. Scaling, reliability, automation, and performance are things you care about deeply. You have a good mixture of planning, risk taking and a GSD type of attitude. You are a great communicator in and out of your department and most of all you love what you do.

Requirements:

  • 3-5 years experience as a system administrator or DBA.
  • Strong Experience with AWS (EC2, RDS, EBS, S3)
  • Strong experience scaling the LAMP stack in the cloud
  • Strong experience with large MySQL databases (100GB+)
  • Strong understanding of networking and systems architecture.
  • Automation: CHEF, Puppet, Ansible, or other configuration management software
  • Must be able to work remote and with coworkers in multiple timezones
  • A love for pierogi
  • Must be able to travel ~10% for company-required meet-ups and conferences
  • Excellent oral and written English communication skills 

Nice to haves:

  • Experience with Ansible
  • Experience with Elasticsearch
  • Experience with Jenkins
  • Language experience with PHP or Python

What Formstack Offers:

  • Remote environment
  • Medical, Dental, Vision as well as company-paid Disability and Life Insurance Benefits.
  • 401k with matching company contribution
  • Friday Lunch (Indianapolis Office)
  • The most up-to-date technology, including company-issued Macs, the latest software and other tools needed to excel at your job
  • Company-paid conferences and extended learning
  • Yearly company gatherings
  • Generous PTO

Want to learn more about who we are and what we value? Check out this Video and apply if you want to jump into the next great chapter of your life!

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