Campspot provides the primary line-of-business software that our customers use every single day. This means that availability, reliability, and performance of our software product is critically important to all of our customers. DevOps engineers at Campspot own these metrics, and work with our software development team to deliver and maintain all of our product offerings.
All of the infrastructure for our software products run in the AWS cloud, and experience with cloud provider offerings and managed services is essential for this role. While experience with AWS is preferred, we consider experience with GCP or Azure to also be applicable. We also use modern tools like Docker and Terraform in our infrastructure and plan to expand the use of both technologies.
DevOps at Campspot is heavy on collaboration. Our Infrastructure Team works with all of our other software teams on a daily basis to understand operational needs and implement solutions. The role can also be heavy on emergent work at times, so the ability to balance completion of larger projects along with addressing emergent issues promptly is necessary.
If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this position, we would love to hear from you. Follow the link below to begin the application process.
Campspot crafts reservation software for resort owners that delivers their customers the perfect camping experience. We are a team of motivated people who use our talents to solve tough problems and build tested software.
Founded in early 2015, Campspot is looking to grow with people who embody our culture of continuous learning, innovation, and respectful collaboration. We’re made up of smart and innovative individuals who work together. Each of us adds value to our product with proven skills, ingenuity, and creativity, and we expand these qualities in a cycle of teaching and learning.
We value employee flexibility—from work schedule to dress code. This looser management style is paired with our expectation that employees hold themselves accountable for doing what needs to be done and to pitch in when a coworker needs help. On our small, self-managed team, initiative is a must.