DevOps Engineer

IT Administration

This team is divided into 2 separated subteams:

• internal IT Administration where we are taking care of our internal infrastructure – from user laptops and equipment, conference room equipment, printers through administration and maintenance of our servers/storage, administration of operation systems, databases, application servers all the way to our internal network. We define our internal administration strategy – what type of hardware we want to buy/what type of software we want to use. We are also responsible of backups and security of our company data.

• second is DevOps area We are a team dedicated to supporting the development process for internal and external projects. We are responsible for creating the infrastructure (on-premise and cloud solutions, containers), the configuration of application servers, databases. We also define the software development process with DevOps automation tools. On external project we work closely with the customer, based on their requirements.

You will have the opportunity to:

• Take part in internal and external projects for our customers with the scope of definition, installation, automation, optimisation and maintenance of the IT environments –the hardware as well as on system-application level (Jenkins, Tomcat, WebLogic, JBoss, WebSphere Oracle DB, PostgreSQL, JIRA)
• Maintain and configure the key IT infrastructure elements of the company: VMware servers, matrixes, Linux and Windows operating systems, network devices
• Implement and maintain the cloud infrastructure (AWS, MS Azure)
• Implement the DevOps culture in big international projects
• Implement, maintain and optimise the IT processes
• Support other users and help them use the IT infrastructure of the company

We bet on you, so we expect you to:

• Be a graduate in the field of IT or similar – we also welcome students from the last grade of technical studies
• Know the tools for Continuous Integration/Delivery and have experience in the development process automation, software deployment and testing (Jenkins, Bamboo, GIT, GitLab, Gerrit, JMeter, Selenium or other similar)
• Know the tools for automated build environments (Ansible, Puppet, Chef, KitchenCI, Terraform or other similar)
• Know the administration issues of Linux and Windows
• Have experience in the usage and configuration of those systems
• Know at least the basics of SQL language
• Know English well
• Be interested in a long-term cooperation and the development of competences in the broadly defined IT administration and infrastructure
• Be able to work and travel in Poland and the European Union

We appreciate if additionally, you:

• Know tools for virtualization, mainly VMWare
• Know issues related to containerization (e.g. Docker) and platforms for infrastructure scaling, related to containers (Kubernates/OpenShift)
• Know script languages (e.g. Bash, PowerShell, Python)
• Are able to manage and configure Apache Tomcat, WebLogic, JBoss servers
• Have knowledge about database administration (Oracle DB, PostgreSQL, MySQL)
• Know cloud technologies (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure)

We stay at Sollers because we like:

• We know our career path and salary two years in advance
• The company invests in us and offers individual budgets for conferences, self-development, certifications etc.
• We have unlimited access to e-learning platforms (Pluralsight)
• We have private medical insurance, the multisport card and together cultivate our sport passions
• We have the opportunity to work all around the world
• Twice a month we talk about new technologies over pizza. We have insight into the company’s strategy and status quo. We have many opportunities for integration – both on the project and company level.

Gdańsk, Lublin, Poznań, Warsaw, Wrocław
DevOps, Azure/AWS/Oracle Cloud, Jenkins, Tomcat/Weblogic/JBoss/WebSphere, Oracle DB/PostgreSQL

Benefits & Perks

Our team is the heart of our company. That’s why we make Sollers an excellent place to work, where employees feel welcome and comfortable.

Open company culture
Opportunity to work worldwide
Supportive and talented community
Clear home office rules
High-end work equipment
Delicious cereals, coffee and fresh fruits

Tips & Tricks

Krzysztof, IT Manager

When I'm reviewing your application, I pay attention to what you have done in previous jobs to understand if you are a good fit for our projects.

It’s always worth it to include in your resume the information about foreign language proficiency, skills, commercial experience and tools that you used.

It's better to be honest especially during the interview. If you don't know some technologies - don't worry - we're looking for people who are open to learning new things.​

I really appreciate people who see our website and ask a question during the interview - it means that they really want to find out what they will be doing.​

Mikołaj, Senior IT Administrator

My top 3 tips for an interview at Sollers are:​

1. Prepare for the interview, expect a general IT knowledge test and basic ‘what our company does / why you want to work with us’. The key is to sound like you mean it 😉​

2. Ask the right questions, listen actively, sell your experience / home projects, be honest and try to be positive. If you don’t know the answer say how you would find it.​

3. Experience is a huge plus, but I think that more important is to present your current knowledge and passion for the job. You are already in the interview, reassure the recruiter that he/she made the right call inviting you.​

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