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Sr DevOps Engineer in Richmond Hill at AccruePartners

Date Posted: 10/2/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description


  • Innovative SaaS company voted by Deloitte as one of the fastest growing companies in the US but has an extensive Tech team in Toronto
  • Company is very stable and growing like crazy due to success. Positioning for future IPO offering as well!
  • Forward thinking company that has adopted a “new way of thinking” about technology
  • Global payments leader and well knows in its space!


  • Excellent Benefits Package and compensation
  • Casual work environment, flexible work schedule, and chance to build a brand-new team
  • CEO has an open-door policy and gives everybody the opportunity to make an impact
  • Work on “state of the art” projects and with brand new technologies that will affect millions!


  • Strong background in Linux/UNIX (Debian/Ubuntu, AWS Linux)
  • Strong scripting experience (Bash, Python, or Go)
  • Expertise in Amazon Web Services (Preferably with multiple AWS offerings)
  • Information Security best practices, particularly in the context of AWS
  • Familiarity with Infrastructure configuration management & automation (Examples - Ansible, OpsWorks Chef, AWS Cloudformation, Salt, Terraform)
  • Monitor and Metrics gathering (Splunk, Prometheus, CloudWatch, Nagios)
  • Familiarity with Linux Containers and Virtualization (Docker and other virtualization technologies)
  • Knowledgeable in networking protocols (TCP/IP, DNS, TLS, IPSEC, etc.)
  • Strong interest in learning new and emerging technologies
  • General experience with RDBMS (Access Control, Administration, Tuning, etc.)
  • 5+ years of experience working in a production environment with distributed systems or high traffic sites
  • Knowledge of microservices architecture with expertise in Kubernetes / OpenShift or a different container orchestration system
  • CoreOS awareness
  • Familiarity with AWS RDS Postgres, AWS Redshift
  • Performance benchmarking and capacity planning