Do you want to help shape the future way of having a car?
Dribe is looking for a driven and passionate Systems Reliability Engineering Lead to help build a Reliability Engineering practice at Dribe and secure continuous system scalability, resilience and security.
We believe Dribe is future way of having a car. Instead of owning or leasing a car, you can access an entire garage of cars that you can freely swap between with a high degree of flexibility. The Dribe concept is made possible by IoT and a 100% digital platform that is constantly evolving.
You will be part of a highly motivated and diverse team where a start-up mindset permeates everything we do.
Areas of responsibility
- Build and manage internal reliability team
- Build, maintain, scale and integrate cloud environments and their components (primarily on AWS, Azure)
- Build, maintain and scale our DevOps tools and systems (e.g. source control, CI/CD, production AWS, application performance monitoring, etc.)
- Develop resilience strategy
- Develop and maintain a threat model and use to inform further security improvements.
- Implement best-in-class security control measures
- Introduce infrastructure-as-code and GitOps best practices
As a Systems Reliability Engineering Lead at Dribe, you have completed a relevant master’s degree or PhD (e.g., Engineering, Computer Science, etc.). You have a long-standing track-record of working with DevOps, reliability engineering and bring with you best practices within system scalability, resilience, and security, including deep underlying knowledge of systems Architecture. Back-ground preferably in technology driven company, e.g. SaaS, etc. Nice to haves: Experience with Docker, Elastic Beanstalk, AWS S3, CloudFront etc.
What Dribe has to offer
- Be part of an ambitious Tech Scale-up with a sexy product (who doesn’t like cars?)
- Attractive compensation package
- Additional health insurance
- 6 weeks of paid annual leave
Employment and working hours
The position is full time with employment in August.
Applications and any questions should be sent to Erik Asbjørn Arvid, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 14/06/2021