Can you refer a DevSec Ops Engineer who wants to make our health care system work better?
Got a mate who wants to help HotDoc improve the health system through good software?
Half of Australia’s GP clinics use HotDoc to interact and manage their care. They’re helping deliver a better experience for millions of patients when they visit their doctor.
Backed by Australia’s best VCs and growing fast, they have a chance to go further by developing products that could improve patient outcomes and help everyone in Australia better manage their health.
Know someone great who wants to be a part of it?
As a DevSec Ops Engineer your mate will be responsible for the smooth operation and defense in depth of the HotDoc infrastructure layer. They will the team’s go-to person for Kubernetes and AWS questions . The role is similar to a Site Reliability Engineer, with more focus on security infrastructure.
Do you know someone who has….
Experience administering Kubernetes: (your mate should be able to explain the role of an Admission Controller, recommend settings for a Pod Security Policy, and explain the role of a HPA.) Experience with AWS: (your mate should know CloudTrail from CloudWatch, and how to interpret VPC Flow Logs.) Knowledge of security concepts, and healthy paranoia. (they should know a WAF from an IDS from TLS)
Be great if your mate also had……
Experience with Terraform, Prometheus, Helm, and/or the ELK stack.
Some experience in web application programming. Ruby, Node or Elixir ideal
If your referral gets the job, you will be rewarded $4000 and your mate will have…
Regular work from home days tp save you time or help you focus.
Continuous learning. HotDoc will reimburse books, courses and conferences.
Work in a spacious roof-top terrace on the Yarra, and you’ll often find us out there enjoying the fresh air.
Subsidy for gym membership, personal training, or yoga.
A no-bullshit culture that values people who are empathetic and care about doing right by others.
Tell us about a mate you rate! Thanks!