DevOps Engineer (Systems Administration)
Reaktor is certifiably one of the best places to work in the world. We create highly advanced technical solutions that solve our customers’ real-world business problems. We’re known not only for our professionalism and expert pedigree, but also for our close-knit culture that takes care of its own.
As our expert teams craft world-class services for our customers, it is the responsibility of our internal admin team to enable them to work as efficiently as possible. Our admin team does a vital job in enabling the growth of the entire company. We are now looking for a DevOps Engineer who can keep our systems running now and in the future and have the necessary technical chops in both server automation and cloud computing.
The scope of work in our admin team is varied and extensive. We help all the employees of Reaktor and therefore customer service is a large part of our work. In addition to solving everyday problems with hardware and software, we maintain our entire internal tech infrastructure from servers to workstations and peripherals. We take an extremely practical approach. If it makes sense to do things in-house, we’ll do that. If not, we’ll attempt to outsource as much as possible.
An ideal DevOps Engineer candidate is someone who:
- wants to constantly develop and deepen their knowledge
- will automate routine work as much as possible
- is socially adept and able to work with our customers, both internal and external
- has fluent language skills in both English and Finnish
- is well-versed in the technologies we use. These include, but are not limited to: Ansible, Virtualization, Python, Ruby, Version Control (Git), AWS, Linux
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What we offer
- Competitive salary
- Good opportunities to influence your job
- Responsibilities that grow according to your strengths
- Diverse roles throughout your career (incl. client-facing consulting)
- Very good benefits and work/life balance
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Meet our people
Adam is a developer at Reaktor in New York. He has not been able to find good coffee at the office yet.
Hannu is the Creative Director at Reaktor New York and has a multidisciplinary background of over 10 years in the field. Starting as a graphic and book designer in the cultural sectors he has brought the same core principles to digital product design: beautiful, meaningful and most of all user-centric design that starts with why. When not perfecting your product Hannu does pushups and works on his pour-over coffee brewing. He is a cliché.
Ellu is a make-it-happenizer, user interface design student and hobbymaniac. She thinks the coolest thing about of her job is turning technological solutions into services for humans.
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What we believe in
Structures, contexts and businesses change as they may, but our spiritual foundations stay the same. These five entities are the cornerstones of our biggest asset: our culture.
Getting shit done
We focus on results. That means that we keep the ball rolling and are genuinely passionate about taking our clients’ businesses to the next – no, third – level. Concrete and tangible beats well-planned every time, because a working prototype is worth a hundred meetings. That is also why the client is always an essential part of the team.
Freedom and responsibility
Our teams direct themselves. That way, they have the power to make quick decisions and can react to changes fast. With great freedom comes great responsibility: we trust that our people know how to make good use of their time and the clients’ money. All reaktorians are devoted to both making projects succeed and keeping our business profitable.
We set our sights to year 2200. All our decisions are based on sustainable grounds – we are in this for the long run. Curiosity, experimentalism and iterations are in our DNA. We view our own work critically and are constantly willing to improve – both as individuals and as a company. Failures are regarded as opportunities to learn.
Our company is a flexible network of top notch professionals. The best want to work with the best, and we encourage each other to succeed on a daily basis. Basically, we’re a community of people who want to make the most out of their skills by constantly learning new things. We work in multifunctional teams of technology, design and business experts.
We don’t take ourselves too seriously – our work speaks for itself. We like to pull positive stunts to surprise our colleagues, clients and the whole industry: take HWO or Kids’ Code School, for example. Djuizzz is the character that make us special, bold and just a tiny bit twisted. We behave in a way that reflects our driven attitude and healthy self-esteem.
Children’s Coding School
Sometimes the best ideas come accidentally – like with the Children’s Coding School.
It all started when Juha started teaching his 4-year-old daughter the basics of computing. To keep track of the lessons, he founded a blog called Girls Can’t Code which got surprisingly popular.
The word about the lessons spread among Reaktorians and soon Juha was asked to teach also his colleagues’ children. All sessions were packed with enthusiastic kids.
Juha wondered if other kids would want to learn the essence of coding too. He organized the first public session in January 2014 and it got fully booked in a few minutes. At that point he realized no one could match the demand alone and started asking for help from other IT companies. Luckily, they were happy to participate.
Since 2014 there has been dozens of sessions which have involved several IT companies, public libraries and hundreds of enthusiastic children.