#jobs (2020-10)

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2020-10-29

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quikstrike

Hey y’all! My team is currently looking for a new Senior Productivity Engineer. The team is in charge of creating and operating the platforms and tools that our engineers use to be their most productive and autonomous, we also lead innovation including containerization, faster build cadence, Kubernetes orchestration, SRE practices, and Chaos Engineering practices. This is a remote position, you can find more details and apply here https://www.theknotww.com/careers-apply/?gh_jid=2405766

Senior Productivity Engineer

Senior Productivity Engineer  Remote - US    WHAT WE DO MATTERS: Here at The Knot Worldwide, we believe in doing work that matters. In 15 countries around the world, our leading family …

Chris Fowles avatar
Chris Fowles

Senior Productivity Engineer is a good title - nice

2020-10-26

2020-10-14

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Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)
Magnus Villson on LinkedIn: #devops #terraform #aws | 15 comments attachment image

Terraform apply today! We are looking for Cloud and DevOps Engineers to Playground Tech #devops #terraform #aws #azure #kubernetes #cloud… 15 comments on LinkedIn

2020-10-13

2020-10-12

MattyB avatar
MattyB

Do any of you skip over candidates due to the length of their resume?

John Shiple FreelanceCTO avatar
John Shiple FreelanceCTO

I might…depends on how presented and designed. Also, if a bigger role, I might want more info. If it’s a reflection of the candidate not knowing the industry, not staying current, and they should know better by now…I might skip. For junior positions…how can it be long?

MattyB avatar
MattyB

I work at a large company and see 5-10 page resumes every time we post reqs. I wonder if I’m filtering out candidates too early and by the wrong criteria.

Sebastian Stadil avatar
Sebastian Stadil

I wouldn’t skip over a candidate for such a reason, particularly if the resume goes into useful detail on the projects worked on, takeaways, and results.

Sebastian Stadil avatar
Sebastian Stadil

Sounds like something’s bothering you about it though?

Chris Fowles avatar
Chris Fowles

i wouldn’t skip over it, but i’d be annoyed that they don’t understand how other people’s time works

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Chris Fowles avatar
Chris Fowles

one of my very best hires and also now a very good friend’s resume was extremely long - first thing i taught him after hiring him was how to add a summary to the detailed information he always provides

Chris Fowles avatar
Chris Fowles

what i really dislike is a resume that is long just due the the fact that it’s been tacked onto for the last 10 years without any cleanup - that screams to me that “this person never refactors”

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Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

haven’t had a real job for ages but I used to have a highlight section up top and then the more detailed job history but anything more than 3-4 pages seems excessive

MattyB avatar
MattyB

@Sebastian Stadil The only thing that bothers me is the amount of time that’s wasted. I guess this is a bit of a PSA as well as a self check to see if my thinking is out of line.

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Chris Fowles avatar
Chris Fowles

i guess my answer succinctly would be - don’t disregard it just because it’s long, but feel free to bail out if it’s too long and not good

RogierD avatar
RogierD

I read the first 4 pages, if you haven’t convinced me by then im moving on.

Adam Crown avatar
Adam Crown

I think it depends on what data is there, and what kind of repetition there is…. There should be a strong summery and highlights.. Also it is long because they have 30 years in the business? Or because they have had 30 jobs in 10 years.. That in it’s self can be telling…

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Richard Saccoccia avatar
Richard Saccoccia

Technology changes fast, I would think 2-3 pages should suffice to let me know how you have relevant experience to the job you are applying for. After that, is it really adding value? I would not exclude anyone but I will loose interest and maybe miss key points you wanted to make.

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

Anyone done an interview with twitter for SRE role? Would love to know your experience if you’ve done that.

2020-10-08

Aleksey Tsalolikhin avatar
Aleksey Tsalolikhin

A friend of mine has an SRE consultant opening in Sweden. Looking for a local person (from Malmö/Copenhagen region). Or a European person who will be able to work onsite when people are back to offices. https://www.it-consultant.com/freelance-jobs/show/17562/site-reliability-engineer-sre/

Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) - IT-consultant.com

A successful candidate will have experience in being a Systems Administrator that has moved on to DevOps/Automation in their career. The SRE will …

2020-10-02

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dstieglitz

Hello folks! We’re looking for a DevOps consultant to help us with our stack: terragrunt, terraform, EKS, helm and helmfile. We estimate about a 40hr/month commitment. DM here or dstieglitz (at) stainless.ai for more info. We have a very cool AI/data science stack powering advanced computational environments for everyone from professional sports organizations to financial companies.

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09:29:25 PM

Sr. Manager, Site Reliability Engineering Full Time position based in San Francisco Bay Area is available. Check it out!

Sr. Manager, Site Reliability Engineering - SweetOps

At Altais, we’re looking for bold and curious innovators who share our passion for enabling better health care experiences and revolutionizing the healthcare system for physicians, patients, …

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09:29:25 PM

Site Reliability Engineer, Principal (Multiple Openings) Full Time position based in San Francisco Bay Area and/or Remote is available. Check it out!

Site Reliability Engineer, Principal (Multiple Openings) - SweetOps

At Altais, we’re looking for bold and curious innovators who share our passion for enabling better health care experiences and revolutionizing the healthcare system for physicians, patients, …

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09:29:27 PM

DevOps Consultant Part Time position based in Remote is available. Check it out!

DevOps Consultant - SweetOps

Hello folks! We’re looking for a DevOps consultant to help us with our stack: terragrunt, terraform, EKS, helm and helmfile. We estimate …

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