Cloud Infrastructure Engineer
CommonBond is building the leading values-driven, customer-centric financial services company and is looking for people who want to help our company grow. Our mission starts by tackling the broken student lending market and changing the way people think about student loans. We accomplish this with lower interest rates for our borrowers, a state-of-the art technology platform, and high-touch customer service. Additionally, our 1-for-1 model is the first of its kind in financial services: for every degree fully funded on the CommonBond platform, we fund the education of a child in need for a full year through a partnership with Pencils of Promise. We are backed by great investors, have a killer team, and are growing rapidly!
Creating a robust tech-powered organization is essential to our success and we are looking for someone who will help build and maintain the foundation that supports our infrastructure across all existing and growth avenues.
In joining our Software Engineering team, you can expect to have ownership over building new products, solving for challenges we face as a company, creating products that help people, and supporting an incredible social mission.
- Add and improve Cloud and storage product features
- Improve cloud and storage product reliability, availability, maintainability, cost/benefit
- Design new hardware architectures for cloud products
- Design new network architectures for cloud products
- 3+ years’ experience with Cloud-based Architecture (e.g. AWS)
- 4+ years Network expertise - linux kernel network features, BGP, routing, web (REST) APIs
- 3+ years Linux hypervisor (ideally, KVM) expertise
- 3+ years High availability engineering experience (clustering, consensus algorithms, fail-over mechanisms)
- 3+ years of Scripting, ideally Python and Bash
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