Savannah Informatics is a healthcare technology firm. We make software for healthcare, with our work spanning the entire domain.
We are looking for a skilled DevOps engineer to help us take care of our local and cloud infrastructure.
We have a mix of local and cloud deployed resources (Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services). Most of the services are deployed on virtual machines, with recent additions being containerized.
Our stack is dominated by open source tools and frameworks.
The ideal candidate for this position:
We are looking for motivated and independent thinking team members.
The ideal candidate for us is a quick learner, able to pick up the nuances of a complex domain fast. They are intellectually curious and have done many interesting things, even without being paid to do them. They enjoy passing knowledge on, as demonstrated by their writing and community participation. Despite their abilities, they are a good team player - comfortable taking and giving feedback and working towards a plan.
We are open to candidates with “unconventional tech” backgrounds e.g non technical degrees, self taught developers etc. If you believe that you have serious and relevant skills (despite your unconventional background), and can prove it, we’d like to hear from you.
Your lack of work experience (or the converse) will not be a handicap if you can demonstrate possession of the skills we need, a winning attitude, and the ability to learn fast.
Our culture is informal but fast paced. We value rapid feedback, and speak freely, with team members’ input valued the same regardless of their rank. We expect anyone joining us to be comfortable with our pace and the frank style of communication.
These positions are open to fresh graduates with limited experience. For that reason, the evaluation process will be rigorous.
Please send a single page resume to [email protected] and indicate the title of the position that you are applying for in the subject . Your resume should include links to any publicly available examples of your work e.g your code repository.