Together we can end hunger
DevOps Engineer$39k – $43k
More than just a job!
Looking for a meaningful place to work? We’re on a mission to end global hunger. ShareTheMeal is the world’s first app against global hunger by the United Nations World Food Programme. Our community counts more than 2 million users. Together, we have shared more than 55 million meals. And this is just the beginning.
You will work on autoscaling ShareTheMeal backend, solidifying hosting and monitoring of internal tooling, as well as improve alerting and notification mechanisms. As an active member of the backend team, you will also contribute to feature development.
This will involve being responsible for the development of our API and our AWS-based infrastructure – which serves thousands of concurrently active users – as part of an agile team with the aim of continuously delivering a high-performant product that enables people to make this world a better place!
DevOps experience, in particular with Atlassian Software Suite would be an advantage
Proven experience with AWS; experience with auto-scaling, multi-AZ deployments desired
Familiarity with SQL, Redis, queuing mechanisms, Docker or Kubernetes
Knowledge of systems design and architecture
Knowledge of Node.js and design patterns
You are a team player who enjoys working with people
You consider coding as a craft, ensuring your code is clean, readable, testable and of high quality
Good English communication skills
Startup experience is a plus
Be part of a multi-cultural, talented and driven team working on one of the most innovative social impact projects with the United Nations
Technical challenges and a growing team. Own your development, grow together with ShareTheMeal.
Make an impact: we’re a small team, working closely on a matter we’re passionate about, here you can see your ideas come to life!
Enjoy a cosy office in the heart of Berlin and a great work-life balance
We offer a competitive tax-exempt salary!
We develop native on iOS with Swift and in Java+Kotlin for Android. Our backend is written in node.js and runs on AWS (EC2, S3, Opswork, Cloudwatch, SNS, CloudFront, Route53, Amazon RDS, etc.) with Continuous Integration and Test Automation. Other tools include Contentful and Loco.