Network Reliability Engineer - Production
Dropbox is the home for your most important stuff—now we're bringing it to life with a growing family of products. As we scale our global brand, there’s plenty of space for you to grow alongside us and simplify life for millions of people around the world.
Our Tech Operations team crafts the layer from which all Dropbox experiences are built. As our user base and product family continues to grow, tech operations is responsible for strengthening our foundation.
As a part of Network Reliability Engineering, you will be responsible for building, operating, and writing tools for the production network. In this role, you will benefit from close collaboration with engineering and serving teams.
- You will keep the AS19679 production network running with an emphasis on scale and automation
- Build software and systems to handle and monitor the network (common languages are Python and Go)
- Work cross-functionally with serving, engineering, and development teams to maintain a highly available, highly performant infrastructure
- You will participate in periodic on-call rotation
- This position will require less than 20% travel
- You have a BA/BS degree in a relevant engineering field or equivalent practical experience
- You hold 1-3 years of experience building, deploying, and operating production-facing networks
- Hands-on experience with Linux systems and programming, CLI, shells, daemons, and processes
- Working knowledge with protocols, such as BGP, ISIS, IPv6, SNMP, NetFlow, etc.
- Familiarity with network hardware & operating systems, such as Juniper, Cisco, Arista, etc.
- You have experience with QOS, MPLS, and DWDM [is a plus]
Benefits and Perks
- Unlimited Dropbox space for life
- Market competitive total compensation package
- 100% company paid individual medical, dental, & vision insurance coverage
- 401K + company match
- Wellness Reimbursement
- Generous vacation policy
- 10 company paid holidays
- Volunteer time off
- Company sponsored tech talks (technology and other relevant professional topics)
Dropbox is an equal opportunity employer. We are a welcoming place for everyone, and we do our best to make sure people feel supported and connected at work. Groups like Women at Dropbox, [email protected], Black Dropboxers, and Pridebox (for LGBTQ employees and allies) are a big part of that effort.
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