Senior Node.js + DevOps Engineer

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Location United States
Date Posted December 5, 2018
Category Software Development
Job Type Full-time
Salary range $100,000 - $200,000 USD yearly paid in BTC
skills Node.js, PostgreSQL, AWS, Docker, DevOps



Are you a Node.js old-timer who fell in love with DevOps? If the answer is yes, then read on.

Exodus is a desktop client built on Electron which leverages backend Node.js services to connect to the blockchain asset networks. As a Senior Node.js + Devops Engineer, you will deploy Node.js applications that depend upon individual cryptocurrency daemons using AWS servers.

What You Will Do

  • Deploy Node.js applications into the appropriate pipeline (development, staging, production).
  • Build zero-downtime deployment infrastructure.
  • Review Node.js server code and submit pull-requests to aid in the deployment.
  • Use configuration management tools like Ansible to consistently configure server infrastructure in the cloud.
  • Use Terraform to build infrastructure.
  • Leverage container technology like Docker, Kubernetes, or AWS offerings to increase the efficiency of building and deploying services.
  • Build a geo-distributed infrastructure.

Who You Are

  • You are based in the US (preferred).
  • You have excellent references and a history of trust and established relationships in former careers.
  • You have a long history and track record of Node.js development that can be demonstrated via Github.
  • You take initiative and don't wait for direction.
  • You have a passion for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and demonstrated passion for solving problems.
  • You don't care if the platform is Azure or AWS and are willing to work with either and have some experience with at least one.
  • Willing to be available regardless of when server issues occur.

How To Apply

Send us an email to explaining why you're a good fit. If you have a resume/CV, please attach it in PDF form only. Ensure the subject is "SENIOR NODE DEVOPS - FIRSTNAME LASTNAME"

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