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DevOps Engineer | Cluj & Brasov

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As a key member of the team you, as the DevOps Engineer will be responsible for DevOps, infrastructure setup & maintenance, related automation and monitoring.

What You Will Be Doing

  • Automate build and deployment processes for cloud hosting environments
  • Develop code and configure tools for provisioning various IaaS, PaaS, SaaS cloud resources
  • Handle lifecycle management of certificates & secrets
  • Work closely with developer teams to create automated CI/CD pipelines
  • Manage infrastructure & setup (new application instances, domain management, backups)
  • Maintenance of the internal systems and Continuous Integration tools(monitoring, Jenkins, Nexus, Sonar)
  • Contribute to the infrastructure architecture of different systems on the AWS and/or Azure
  • Implement monitoring and alerting (CloudWatch alarms, health checks, ELK alerts)
  • Database maintenance (PostgreSQL, MongoDB)
  • Assist with organisation-wide security aspects

What you need for this position

  • Minimum 3 years of experience with a strong background in Linux and AWS and/or Azure
  • Hands-on experience with DevOps tools like Terraform, Ansible, Jenkins
  • Experience with monitoring and reporting tools like Elasticsearch, Kibana
  • Experience with administration of DB servers: PostgreSQL, MongoDB
  • Ability and desire to code in Python, Go and Linux Bash
  • Good knowledge of networking & security
  • Good knowledge of Git
  • Nice to have: experience with Kubernetes, IAM services (like Okta) and products (like Keycloak)


  • Exciting projects most of the time with direct customer contact
  • Experienced team members with high professional standards
  • Dedicated technical coaching from a more experienced colleague
  • Internal and external trainings, certification programs and a learning path
  • Hybrid working style: what best suits you, the team and the project
  • Competitive salary and benefits package
  • Sport activities like biking, tennis, football, hiking etc.

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Joining the team as an intern was smooth. We had and still have a great relationship with my mentor: I could always count on him when encountering technical difficulties or needed insights on the architectural patterns of the project.