DevOps & Systems Engineer

Have an engineering background? Use it to directly and ethically impact the experience of thousands of patients every day and around the world! We are looking for a Devops Engineer with Systems experience to support our innovative, cutting-edge team that delivers highly critical AI solutions to healthcare.

What You'll Do

Your contributions will make a significant impact on how hospitals deliver care for their patients, ultimately reducing the burden of healthcare workers while saving patient's lives.

You will work on a variety of innovative and meaningful projects, starting with bringing our Continuous Integration/Delivery processes up to speed and building an end-to-end monitoring platform for the health of our systems.

Responsibilities

  • Develop staging & production processes,
  • Prepare, manage and maintain production servers,
  • Create, deploy and maintain Jenkins pipeline,
  • Create Kubernetes environments and scale them,
  • Build logging infrastructure (e.g. ELK stack),
  • Develop 24/7 end-to-end monitoring platform with Grafana/Prometheus/Zabbix,
  • Automated orchestration of infrastructure with Ansible,
  • Migrate and manage our current cloud infrastructure,
  • Manage authentication of all internal tools with Keycloak SSO,
  • Configuring and troubleshooting virtual Linux server environments,
  • Help build out MLOps pipeline using DVC/CML/MLFlow,
  • Build, deploy, and/or host Docker images and containers,
  • Be a manager of quality and ship high-quality systems.

Who You Are

You’re creative. You’re organized. You’re experienced. You’ve done this before. You want to do it again. We’re not looking for a superhero who thinks sheer hours = good work. Excess doesn’t impress us – creativity and efficiency do. You’ll have 8 hours a day to work, and, we hope, at least 8 hours a night to sleep.

You are a passionate software engineer with a deep understanding of what makes live, highly scalable platforms. You care deeply about bringing your unique engineering mind into creating a considerate and sustainable team and product.

You are autonomous - a manager of one. You enjoy working alone, you can make your own decisions and you will take full ownership of your work, assuming the responsibility for every detail, every step of the way.

You are a solid writer. You document your every decision so you don't just save the day, but make the lives of your future teammates easier.

Benefits

We work remotely and asynchronously as much as possible, and that is why we are looking for a manager of one. But you will need to overlap for a few hours with San Francisco time in your normal work-day routine - this may mean a few hours of meetings in the evening depending on your time zone - we do our best to keep them short. We can provide you with space outside of your home to work if you need to (e.g. co-working offices), or help get your home to be more accommodating to work.

We do not trap people in front of their screens or lock them in overtime. Just the opposite. We’re all about reasonable working hours and ample vacation time. See our employee handbook here.

How To Apply

We strongly encourage candidates of all different backgrounds and identities to apply. Each new hire is an opportunity for us to bring in a different perspective, and we are always eager to further diversify our company. Ouva is committed to building an inclusive, supportive place for you to do the best and most rewarding work of your career.

We value great writers, so take your time with the application and put thought into your cover letter if you are writing one, but keep it fewer than 1500 words. Tell us why you want this job, not just any job.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

To apply for this position, please send your resume, supplemental materials and letter to hello@ouva.co