Whatagraph is a B2B SaaS platform for digital marketing agencies to simplify data monitoring and reporting. We’re one of the fastest-growing startups in the Baltics and have recently successfully raised $7.2M in Series A funding round. We have grown substantially in the past year, going from a team of 50 to a team of 90+, and are looking to keep up the momentum going into 2022.
A big focus for us moving forward is ensuring the continued development and maintenance of our platform, hence we are in the process of significantly expanding our Engineering and Product teams. We’re looking to take on an experienced DevOps Engineer who would drive systems’ life-cycle development and quality improvement.
Work with a modern SaaS app ensuring its scalability.
Work collaboratively with the engineering team in deploying and operating systems.
Assist in automation and streamlining of operations and processes.
Build and maintain tools for deployment, monitoring, and operations.
Troubleshoot and resolve issues in development, testing, and production.
Flexibility to either work with us remotely or onsite in our offices in Lithuania. If you choose to work onsite, coffee, snacks, and new office space (in case you’ll work from Vilnius) and a sea-spirit (in case you choose to work from Klaipėda) will await you.
An opportunity to drive the improvement of systems’ development life-cycle and overall quality of the platform.
A role in an international, tightly-knit, and driven team, which you’ll connect with via team events, outings, and various activities.
An opportunity to develop your career further by a career path framework.
A salary of 3,200 - 5,000 EUR gross/month.
Strong background in Linux administration.
Working knowledge of DevOps practices (infrastructure as a code, delivery pipelines).
Understanding of Agile development practices.
Scripting experience (Python, bash).
Experience with cloud providers (GCP).
Experience with cloud based storage / caching such as Redis, SingleStore, SQL.
Fluent communication in English.
Ability to use a wide variety of open source technologies for automation, monitoring, deployment.
Knowledge of best practices and IT operations in an always-up, always-available service.
Willingness and ownership to implement DevOps practices from the ground up.