Do you have a passion for automating routine processes? Do you want to have the ability to choose a stack and tools? Are you willing to join a quickly growing, product-oriented company while working remotely from home? Then welcome to Siren Group! By joining Siren, you become a part of an innovative team with an ethical approach to business relations.
This role is full-time and offers home working flexibility
Siren Group is a digital marketing company based in Switzerland with remote staff across the world. We specialize in generating consistent new business opportunities for medium- to large-size companies, including Fortune 1000s. Our latest venture is HomeBuddy.com, an online home improvement marketplace in the U.S. HomeBuddy offers a great opportunity to work on an interesting, challenging, and constantly evolving project.
Being already a very successful firm with stable double-digit annual revenue increases, we are aiming for even more explosive growth! Our company’s success is delivered by a smart, self-starting, and entrepreneurial team which we are actively growing.
Siren offers a remote and flexible work environment, competitive compensation, benefits, and the opportunity to grow in your career.
We are searching for an experienced DevOps Engineer to join our infrastructure and automation team, which is responsible for transferring infrastructure to code, automating CI / CD processes, and improving the fault tolerance of our services. First of all, we are looking for a team player who is ready to share his expertise. We have a strong technical team, and we are ready to help you grow professionally.
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We have different perks and benefits, but we also can offer you a supportive work environment powered by a fantastic team!
If this sounds like you, we should talk!
HR Recruiters and the Hiring Manager select the best candidates for Siren
Introductory 30 min Zoom/Skype interview with HR
Test task or questionnaire (depends on the role)
Hiring Manager or Technical interview