Site Reliability Engineer - Remote

Dallas, Texas

100% Remote

Full Time

$120k - $140k

Job Description Are you interested in joining an established company that operates in a fun, fast-paced environment? Are you the engineer that likes to solve problems and be a key contributor to a mission critical team? Are you skilled with Microsoft technologies but want to grow your skilled set?

If yes, then our client is looking for you! We are partnered with an excited and fast-growing sales enablement company that focuses on the automotive industry. This organization has been around for 10+ years and is at that point that they are now needing to scale their platforms while also make them secure.

Due to their rapid growth, they are now in search of a Site Reliability Engineer who help with their initiatives. Ideally, looking for someone who is skilled with AWS, has strong understanding of .NET platforms, experience with Kubernetes, Terraform, Ansible, and various site reliability tools (Datadog, Prometheus, Grafana, etc.).

This is a full-time position and is fully remote. Salary will be $120-140K depending on experience. There is also profit-sharing potential along with full-benefits. Required Skills & Experience
  • 4+ years of IT experience
  • 2+ in a DevOps/SRE capacity
  • Advanced experience with:
    • AWS
    • Kubernetes
    • Terraform
  • Solid understanding of site reliability tools:
    • Datadog
    • Prometheus
    • Grafana
    • CloudWatch
    • etc.
Desired Skills & Experience
  • High School, Associates’, Bachelors’, or Masters’ degree in an IT field.
  • Strong technical skills and customer service.
  • Willingness to mentor others
  • Being able to collaborate with multiple IT teams (Infrastructure, DevOps, App Dev, QA, etc.)
The Offer
  • Salary will be around $120-140K, no bonus but profit sharing is a potential.
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 401(k) with a match
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.


Posted by: Jay Aguiar