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Senior Software Engineer, Infrastructure

Bird is a last-mile electric vehicle sharing company dedicated to bringing safe, low-cost, environmentally-friendly transportation solutions to communities across the world. We provide a fleet of electric, shared scooters that can be accessed via smartphone. Bird is headquartered in Venice, California and is rapidly expanding across the country and the world. Responsibilities: Design, build, develop and maintain automation software, scripts, and tools Collaborate with product owners to ensure important metrics are being monitored Setup monitoring and alerting systems Research & practice best practices and mentor fellow engineers Help steer architectural decisions Collaborate with software developers to deploy applications Debug distributed applications Help write and distribute post-mortems Performance profile and tune Linux applications Troubleshoot production environments Help manage and be part of an on-callschedule You'll need extensive experience with: Provisioning, deploying, and operating large scale web services AWS, including CloudWatch and Autoscaling Automation techniques accomplished with Chef, Puppet, CFEngine, Ansible or an equivalent Excellent understanding of: Large scale platform architecture Troubleshooting production performance issues in Linux systems SQL and at least one other database One or more languages such as: go, Java, Ruby, or Python Continuous deployment, networking basics such as routing tables, subnets, DNS Shell scripting and monitoring/alerting systems Extensive experience managing: Redis or Memcached Messaging systems such as RabbitMQ or Kafka Database infrastructure and load balancing infrastructure Multi-region, multi-country cloud architecture Infrastructure that deals with hundreds or thousands of concurrent connections (6+ years or equivalent experience) Large scale data migrations Mission critical disaster recovery scenarios
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