As a Solutions Engineer you’ll be working with our DevOps team to build integrations and modules for cloud native tooling and APIs. Our clients range from Startups to Fortune 100 Enterprises – we help them to navigate the cloud native journey with hands-on consulting and engineering by augmenting their teams.
A Solutions Engineer at p3r works closely with our customer’s engineers, teaching and building latest technologies and helping them integrate their software and APIs into other cloud-native tooling. You’ll be regularly contributing to Open Source projects and be involved with the cloud native community at large. Kubernetes, Docker and Pipelines are a core part of what we do and how we solve problems.
As a Solutions Engineer at p3r, you will be
- supporting our customer’s engineering teams with regards to custom software development, API-integrations and the cloud native technology landscape
- consulting on technical decisions with regards to cloud providers, systems architecture and development workflows
- building integrations for cloud native tooling like external-dns, Terraform or cert-manager
- building Kubernetes Operators and tooling that interfaces with the Kubernetes API
- consulting on cloud native software development and integrations
The ideal candidate
- knows how to build applications and modules in Go
- knows how to build Kubernetes Operators
- knows how to integrate APIs with third-party tooling (Terraform Providers, certbot integrations, …)
- knows how to properly build and test complex software applications
- knows how to navigate the cloud native landscape
- fluent in English (written/spoken)
- fluent in German (written/spoken)
- minimum of 1 year experience in the field (DevOps, SRE, Cloud, Software Development)
- german citizenship or work visa
- bonus: experience with Linux
- we’re a small, dedicated team with focus on technological innovation
- you’ll be working with the latest and greatest technologies of the cloud native landscape
- we pay a very a competetive salary
- we’re a fully remote company and cover many expenses for remote work
- we provide opportunities for continuous learning and training
- you can work with the hardware of your choice
The position is fully remote but might require occasional visits at our office or a customer’s site in the future.
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