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Senior GreenTech DevOps Engineer

Full Time, Permanent

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Senior GreenTech DevOps Engineer

Salary: €75,000 – €90,000 + equity + remote setup, conference, and training budgets.

Location: Fully remote – Europe or UK based.

Forest management can be challenging. Cut too much and you’re causing unnecessary damage, too little and the risk of wildfire or damage to infrastructure can be devastating and costly.

Vegetation management may not sound all that exciting but building earth observation software to integrate satellite imagery and Machine Learning with data coming in from team and remote sensors and other hardware on the ground presents interesting challenges!

These systems are used to efficiently manage resources and team activities, saving time and money.

Most importantly though, this saves homes, businesses and services from blackouts caused by seasonal and extreme weather events. It’s a game changer in energy and climate resilience.

The company have grown rapidly since the end of 2021. There are ~60 people now, with around 40 of those in development and data science.

They hired a DevOps Engineer in Jan 2023 and are growing that team as they look to scale their systems and build resilience ahead of a Series A fundraiser in early 2024.

You’ll support the data and software engineering teams to ensure new features go live seamlessly, and that new services have the capacity they need to run efficiently. Ensuring monitoring and alerting is set up will also be key, as well as implementing some security protocols in collaboration with the director of CloudSec.

They use Google Cloud Platform but understand AWS is largely transferrable, alongside Docker, Kubernetes and Dagster. But experience with Argo, Airflow, Dask or others is transferrable.

If you’ve worked with satellite data or imagery, that’s hugely valuable, and Pangeo stack, so JupyterHub, Xarrat or Zarr will also stand out.

They’re keen to find someone with experience working in startups, ideally with satellite imagery in some capacity, at the very least with large and complex data systems that include high-resolution image-based and geospatial data. 

If you’ve not worked with satellite imagery or geospatial data, but you’re a bit of a security expert and are keen to expand your responsibilities there, this could still work if you’ve worked with huge data systems.

Following that, a real passion for climate solutions is something they’ll need to see.

They care about their staff. They have a 13% vacation stipend to send you on some epic holidays and contribute to your training and development, and operate truly flexibly – so long as you’re available and overlap with the team (+/- 3-hour CET is best) you can work when you chose.

If this sounds like a bit of you please reach out. They’re remote first and will consider people anywhere in Europe. They can also provide visa sponsorship via a Netherlands government salary sacrifice scheme if you’d prefer to move to the Netherlands.

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