- New York
- $110k - $160k
- 0.1% - 0.3%
- Elastic Search
Alloy is seeking to hire an experienced DevOps Engineer to continue scaling and securing our applications. We're looking for someone with significant experience creating and maintaining high-availability applications and infrastructure. Our customers are banks, not any old app users, so we need as many “nines” as we can get! Even though you have a healthy sense of skepticism, you’re an enabler – not an inhibitor. We’re creating a DevOps organization that helps everyone build software with scalability and security from the start. We need an efficiency evangelist, not a server snob!
If you can’t tell, this job is really important for us as a team and product. If DevOps is often seen as the bass player in the band, you’re the Tina Weymouth to our Talking Heads! Not only will you be greatly appreciated by the team, but you’ll also be able to join at a point where you can help own the whole infrastructure end-to-end. It’s a big challenge, but don’t worry, we’ll show you the ropes.
You’ll be working with members of the engineering team of all stripes – from our CTO to front end and back end developers across many different apps. You’ll build your chef-dœuvre in Chef (or killer conquest choreographing containers) all while enabling developers to create apps in the best way possible.
About Alloy APIs
Alloy builds identity verification APIs to protect companies and consumers from identity thieves.
Our product allows fintech companies (checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, investment accounts, etc) to use data to verify the identities of customers signing up for their accounts online. We provide data source integrations, a decision engine, and a robust set of analytics and reporting dashboards to decrease fraud by 50% while increasing the number of
approvals by 30%.
We're a people-first culture. We believe that you should be able to bring your best self to work so you can do your best work.
- Elastic Search
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