DevOps Engineer

Recruiter
Kaptivo
Location
Suffolk
Posted
09 Jan 2018
Closes
15 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Role: DevOps Engineer Location: Cambridge Salary: Competitive plus additional benefits Kaptivo, a leading provider of visual collaboration solutions, is currently looking for an experienced DevOps Engineer to join their team. The hardware at the core of the Kaptivo products is an ARM-based Linux platform runningour own embedded code built in C++. The embedded code captures the image data, runs thefull image processing pipeline, manages the user data and serves that data through an oAuth2secured REST API. As a complement to the hardware product, additional features andintegration services are provided via a software subscription service. The development,maintenance and extension of this software service is a key strategic task for the company. The DevOps Engineer will be responsible for the tools and infrastructureused to build and test all the Kaptivo software components and services. The DevOps Engineerwill be responsible for: Deploying and Maintaining the Kaptivo cloud infrastructure Deploying and Maintaining internal build and Continuous Integration infrastructure Collaborating with the software team to improve the software development infrastructure Requirementsfor the role of DevOps Engineer: Essential: • Work with Continuous Integration tool chains such as Jenkins or Hudson. • Experience on AWS and its services, such as Route53, CloudFront, DynamoDB,EC2 or ElasticBeanstalk • The Make build system • Managing cloud infrastructure • Version control systems (svn, git, mercurial etc) Strongly Desired: • Development on and with Linux • Coding in C/C++ and/or JavaScript • Nodejs based build and test tools, such as webpack, rollup, mocha, etc Other Preferred Skills / Experience: • Good general technology understanding and continuous learning mentality • Willingness to take responsibility and play key role in a team • Good written and verbal communications skills • Can work independently and with little supervision when needed A Great Place to Work Our philosophy is that excellent people, given the right tools and environment, will do great work. We want to attract the best possible people to each role, and in return we offer a friendly, dynamic and stimulating work environment with plenty of scope to take on extra responsibility and to have a real impact with products that help thousands of people. The company is at a very exciting stage, having recently secured a $6m funding round, and is poised to announce a series of products and partnership deals in 2018. We offer a very attractive package including: •Share options scheme for all employees (UK scheme is EMI-approved) •Private pension with employers’ contributions •Private health insurance (including dental) •Flexible working policy •Opportunities for training and travel The UK office is based in St. John’s Innovation Centre, Cambridge, which is a prestigious and convenient location, with car and cycle parking, excellent public transport links, canteen, showers and shared facilities. *To be considered for the role of DevOps Engineer, click APPLYbelow* Kaptivo (http://kaptivo.com) is a leading provider of visual collaboration solutions that enable remote road warriors and meeting attendees, using collaborative workplaces or schools around the world to turn any video conference meeting or learning experience into a highly interactive, engaging and productive experience. Our main product, Kaptivo, transforms any dry-erase whiteboard into a live, secure online collaboration tool that can seamlessly integrate with any video conferencing facility or educational learning system with obvious benefits. The company has become an award-winning solution provider in the large and fast-growing Unified Communication and Collaboration (UC&C) market and is working with many of the largest market leaders in the space. The team is growing in both the engineering and sales & marketing areas to support the development of new products and to grow world-wide sales channels.We are based in Cambridge, UK and San Mateo, California.