Site Reliability Engineer

100% Remote

Site Reliability Engineer

Full-time, 100% Remote

AWS, Azure, GovCloud, multi-cloud

*** Candidates must be US Citizens or Green Card holders ***


  • Design software components, systems, and features to improve the availability, scalability, latency, and efficiency of FedRAMP Cloud environments
  • Conduct incident response, postmortems, and production improvement assessments
  • Work with CloudOps to build monitoring and alerting tooling and processes to address reoccurring issues and automated responses for application errors and downtime
  • Provide technical leadership and guidance around SRE best practices
  • Build automated tools to test the reliability and durability of the products and infrastructure

 Required Qualifications:

  • Hands-on practical experience creating data structures using either GoLang, Python, or JavaScript
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or any comparable degree
  • Effectively communicate with developers and other engineers
  • Strong understanding of web development, microservices-based architecture, and REST APIs + WebSockets
  • Hands-on practical experience designing with containers, container security, and container orchestration tools (like Kubernetes) in mind
  • High-level understanding of AWS cloud computing technology
  • Experience with Agile methodologies and best practices

 * Off-hours maintenance work and troubleshooting may be required.


  • Health Insurance that starts your first day on the job
  • 6 weeks of PTO – 3 weeks of vacation and 3 weeks of sick leave
  • 14 additional paid holidays (including floating holidays and a community service day)
  • 401(k) Plan with up to 5% employer match
  • Parental Leave
  • Corporate discount purchase programs
  • Group legal plans
  • Pet Insurance  


Compensation :   $110,000 - $140,000

Posted On :  Wed, Sep, 21, 2022

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