DevOps Engineer

Qubit Labs

We are offering new perspectives to enable brands and businesses to capitalize on authentic social connections in order to scale their network of influence, multiply the creation and delivery of meaningful content, and ultimately envision a people-enabled co-growth model.


— Linux (experience with any distribution is accepted);
— Docker containerisation and clustering;
— Kubernetes applicable experience;
— Networking concepts:
1) Firewalls,
2) NAT,
3) Subnetting,
4) VPC,
5) VPN,
6) Port,
— Holder of one of the certificates below (equivalent or higher certificates accepted):
1) AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,
2) AWS Certified Developer — Associate,
3) AWS Certified DevOps Engineer — Professional,
4) GCP Associate Cloud Engineer,
5) GCP Professional Cloud Architect,
6) GCP Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer,
— Scripting skills using one of: Golang, Python, Bash;
— Git or equivalent source versioning control systems;
— Monitoring system and health checks:
1) Prometheus,
2) Grafana,
— Automated SSL certificate registration using Let’s Encrypt;
— Working with cert manager is a plus;
— Load balancing:
2) HAProxy,
— Database and queue system setup for scale:
1) Redis,
2) Neo4j,
3) Elasticsearch,
4) PostgreSQL,
5) RabbitMQ,
— Problem solving attitude;
— Effective English communication skills.

We offer

— you can join the Kyiv product development team to work together with a thriving international company;
— see the results of your work, understand the process, influence companies decisions;
— implement all your knowledge and new ideas;
— health insurance;
— work from home till the end of the year;
— positive corporate environment;
— a variety of online activities;
— minimum bureaucracy;
— competitive compensation.


— deploy and maintain applications on cloud-native microservices architecture;
— setup CI and CD pipelines for easy and quick code delivery to environments’
— perform root cause analysis of outages;
— data backups and scheduled operations;
— investigate and resolve infrastructure issues;
— design procedures for system recovery and maintenance;
— present and communicate system architecture in a visual form.