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DevOps Engineer at EstimateOne (Melbourne, Australia)

DevOps Engineer/PHP Developer


About us: EstimateOne is a fully bootstrapped, profitable, growing mid-sized product startup with a mission to better connect the commercial construction industry in Australia and beyond. We need your help to take our SaaS platform to the next level. EstimateOne builds products collaboratively in cross-functional, self-managed teams, which we call "streams". We draw on Lean and Design Thinking but usually put our own twist on things. . As an organisation, we're doing some cool stuff. We're passionate about having a transparent and fair remuneration structure, a strong employee value proposition (including a paid week to pursue your entrepreneurial dream), heaps of perks and a commitment to wellness and happiness that you'll really feel.


About our product: The platform is 10 years old and there's a lot already in it. Our mission is to unlock value from what we've already built and create more value by inventing new stuff.. The product is built on a Symfony foundation and weve just migrated the entire platform from Rackspace to AWS. You can check out the product right now by creating a free account!


About the role: As part of our engineering team your role is definitely not to be a code monkey. We bring engineers into the conversation early (really early) and it's everyone's responsibility to think big picture and be strategic. For this role in particular were looking for somebody to take ownership of our AWS architecture and ensure were making the most of what AWS can do.. Well also expect you to contribute to our PHP codebase where required - mainly focussed on investigating, triaging and occasionally resolving bugs. Your professional development matters and our company is built around the goals and needs of the unique individuals who work here. We're looking for smart people who are keen to collaborate - it's that simple.


About you:

  • Experienced in designing and implementing AWS platform architectures
  • Passionate about enabling developers to do their best work by building out supporting infrastructure
  • Some experience with a PHP framework. We work in Symfony, so that is preferable, but Laravel or similar is good too (f you've got other MVC framework experience like Ruby or Node but youre willing to learn PHP, talk to us)
  • Are you a React pro? Talk to us.
  • Worked on a rapidly evolving SaaS app before? Talk to us.
  • Passionate about solving user problems with code? Talk to us.
  • Humble and looking to grow your skills in engineering and beyond? Talk to us.
  • A champion of best practice and keen to learn the newest, coolest tech and share it with a team? Talk. To. Us.


The role requires:

  • You need to come to our office in Richmond, Melbourne. We believe in the value of working together, in person. .
  • We are flexible about hours. You don't have to work full time, although we'd love it if you did.
  • You'll need to be a great communicator and a fluent English speaker.
  • You'll need to be eligible to work in Australia.
  • Formal training/education is nice, but not a hard requirement (after all, our CEO dropped out of university after six weeks)


The process: If you're interested in joining our team, send us your CV and a bit about why you think you'd be a good fit. James Law (his sole job is to focus on development and wellbeing of our team which is a pretty sweet gig) will organise a time to catch up, either in person or via video chat if it looks like a good match. Hell forward you a short coding test (we value your time so we time limit it to 90 minutes, you can complete it online at any time that suits you).


After that, we'll bring you in to meet Tom (our Head of Development) and James in person for an interview. If that goes well theres a second (and final) interview again with Tom and some other members of the team. . After that were onto reference checks and hopefully forwarding an offer.


We are looking forward to hearing from you!


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