DevOps Engineer in Madrid


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Job Description

Do you like staying on the edge and are always trying the newest version of a technology?
Do you like to write code and put it in production on large sites?
Do you feel comfortable talking to different people to find the best solution to an issue found in production?
Do you enjoy working in an international and diverse team?
If so, this might be your dream team.

The chosen candidates will work on a new team which will be responsible for keeping and other internal Liferay installations always up to date to the latest rolling releases of Liferay Portal/DXP (currently every 6 weeks). That will require working very closely with the product development teams and automating the process to ensure speed and quality of upgrades.

What are we looking for?

We are looking for a Software Engineer who:

  • Has experience installing new versions of web applications in production environments and is knowledgeable on how to automate the process.
  • Is fluent working with databases (MySQL in particular is desirable): running SQL scripts, finding inconsistencies, etc.
  • Can work closely with a QA Engineer to identify potential issues before making a change in production and find solutions to them.
  • Has some experience writing Web Applications and is comfortable with the backend (Java) and frontend side (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React).
  • Has good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Is comfortable working in English and Spanish, both written and spoken. Some of your teammates will be in the Americas, Asia or Europe.

Previous knowledge and experience with test automation frameworks, Jenkins (or other CI software) is also valued.

Required Qualifications

Understand and share the values of agile development. No matter what fancy tools or words you know, whether you’re TDDer or not, agile is about core values.

  • Ability to build, optimize and manage Docker images.
  • Ability to write code using Java, HTML, JavaScript, CSS and SQL as well as understanding and modifying existing code when necessary.
  • Proficiency with Git (or any other DVCS) and related operations: pull-requests, merges, rebases, etc.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of kubernetes and deployment automation.
  • Experience >2 years with software engineering best practices.
  • Knowledge of Jenkins or other CI tools.

Benefits and Perks

  • A place to be yourself, in which everyone can grow personally.
  • Flexibility to work remotely.
  • Free healthy food in our kitchen. Tons of fresh fruit, coffee, drinks and cookies.
  • Two social benefits to choose between: health insurance, metro pass, parking, gym membership, meal vouchers or kindergarten.
  • Free English classes.
  • Employee Volunteering Program: 5 days off in order to do something useful for your community.
  • Your birthday is off. Celebrate it properly with your family and friends!


How to get this job

Click on the Apply Now button and provide us...

  • A unique cover letter that explains what you are passionate about, why you think you are a good fit for this position and what previous projects you’re proud of.
  • Your CV emphasizes any pertinent experience in your work history and relevant projects.


About Liferay

Liferay is a uniquely profitable open source software company with 850+ fiery-eyed employees scattered across the known world. Our flagship product is Liferay Digital Experience Platform which companies like HP, Barclays, and Coach use to build great web experiences for their customers and employees. Along with making cool software, we have a greater-than-profit vision that fuels us. We give employees 5 days paid off to volunteer at charities they’re excited about and we donate a portion of our profits to various charities around the world each year. Oh, we’re also self-funded which gives us the freedom to work on whatever we think brings the most value to customers and communities in the long run.


About Liferay

  • Saa S

  • Diamond Bar, CA, USA

  • 500-1000

  • 2004


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