Senior DevOp / Sysadmin

25. April 2022
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

We are looking for a DevOp / SysAdmin (m/f/x) to develop and support the orchestration and deployment processes of our cloud and virtual machine systems, to continuously improve our tech stack and architecture and assist with the setup and orchestration systems.

Your responsibilities include

Operating complex, high traffic customer systems of popular websites in Austria
Continuous improvement of our tech stack and architecture
Designing, enhancing and operating container images with our developers
Developing and supporting orchestration and deployment processes of our cloud and virtual machine systems
Implementing continuous security and improvements for our projects and customers (customer care)
Building a bridge between development and operations process
Managing our internal tools (Atlassian, GSuite, etc.)
Implementing GitOps principles


Proven work experience of 5+ years in the field of system administration and/or DevOps with Linux based systems (Debian, Alpine)
DBA (PostgreSQL, MySQL)
PHP and Node on system level
DevOps (Docker, Kubernetes, Helm charts etc.)
Automation tools (Terraform, Jenkins)
Monitoring (Prometheus/Grafana)


Knowledge in HTTP caching layers (Varnish)
Web Server (Nginx)
Scripting languages (Shell, Perl, Python, Javascript)
Deep understanding about networking, VPN and firewalls

What we offer:
A culture of respect and a celebration of team spirit. We strive to work and have fun together.
Flexible working hours and home-office if needed
Working in a trendy, open loft-style office in the hip 7th district in Vienna
Being a part of an established digital media company with the soul of a startup
As a part of development communities, we contribute to open source
Working on Debian or Alpine Linux based systems
An agile approach – be part of and contribute to a Scrum team
A flat hierarchy and open and direct communication
A clear commitment towards a microservice architecture
We offer an annual gross salary of €55,000 according to the collective agreement based on Austrian law. Depending on your individual professional qualifications and previous experience your salary could be significantly higher.