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Web Services Engineer

Posted by ARM on Wed, 11 Mar 2015
Contract type: permanent. Location: Cambridge, England

Contact

Name: Dan Ros

Overview

My team within ARM is looking for a full time permanent full stack web services engineer. The role is based on site in our Cambridge office.

You’ll be part of a web services team developing and delivering cloud-hosted portions of our device platform, including a variety of widely-used developer tools and high availability ‘OS level’ services for smart connected devices.

We work within a DevOps culture, so you will share responsibility for deploying and operating the services you create, and may be required to take part in an on-call rota.

About You

  • You have been a lead developer/tech lead on a high visibility mission critical web application.
  • You’re an engineer who instinctively designs solutions which are as simple as possible, but no simpler.
  • You take nothing for granted, and nothing is someone else’s problem.
  • You are flexible and happy to switch from for example designing a user experience to investigating a database issue.
  • You have an interest in the Internet of Things.

Technical skills

  • You are an accomplished developer in Python or similar.
  • In depth knowledge of Linux and general Internet systems.
  • You have mastered at least one web application framework such as Django, Rails, node.js.
  • You use monitoring tools like Nagios, Zabbix, Munin, Logstash, Graylog or Graphite.
  • Experience with configuration and deployment tools such as Puppet, Chef, Docker, Vagrant, Ansible.
  • Experience with technologies such as databases, queues, clusters, key/value stores and service oriented infrastructures.
  • You are are comfortable with HTML, JS, and CSS/SASS.
  • You have used cloud hosting platforms or virtualisation as part of a production environment.
  • You have experience with continuous integration workflows, version control, and both functional and unit testing.


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