LinkORB Engineering is hiring for a Ansible Playbook Developer to expand our global team of technology professionals.
Our infrastructure consists of virtual private servers running Ubuntu Linux, hosted at providers like DigitalOcean, Linode and Tilaa.
Tools technologies and services we actively use: Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, Prometheus, MySQL, MariaDB, Loki, Apache2, PHP, Ansible, Rundeck, Git, GitHub, WireGuard, Mattermost, Matomo, Rackspace, Google Workspace, and a set of self-hosted internal tools.
In your role as Ansible Playbook Developer, you will write, maintain and improve multiple Ansible git repositories.
Your playbooks will be developed and tested in isolated environments. Once accepted, you will work with our production team to deploy your playbooks to production.
You take pride into quality and maintainability of your code, and ensure that your playbooks are well documented.
At LinkORB, the Ansible Playbook Developer role (or Automation Affectionado as we are calling it) is responsible for:
At LinkORB, we work with the Badge System for qualification and learning. Candidates will be evaluated on their ability to achieve the following badges:
That said, at LinkORB we understand that no one knows everything and the learning journey is part of what we love about the work.
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LinkORB Engineering is the sub-group of LinkORB focused on the development and operations of our products and platforms: innovative healthcare solutions for healthcare professionals and their patients.
We are a fully remote team collaborating almost entirely asynchronously to build and support products used by millions of families and thousands of healthcare professionals.
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