HURIDOCS - Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems is seeking an Infrastructure Engineer to join our diverse global team.
Employment type : 100%
Gross salary incl. benefits : Competitive for a human rights NGO. Starting gross salary depending on location and experience;
e.g. in Madrid, Spain : EUR 47,000 - 54,000 / in Kiev, Ukraine : USD 29,000 - 34,000 / in Cairo, Egypt : USD 25,000 - 30,000 / in Quito, Ecuador : USD 39,000 - 45,000 / in Jakarta, Indonesia : USD 36,000 -
HURIDOCS provides 20 working days of annual paid vacation, in addition to
complementary days off during year-end office closure, and local bank
Supervisor : Chief Technology Officer
Location : Remote
Start date : As soon as possible
Duties and Responsibilities
The primary responsibilities of the Infrastructure Engineer at HURIDOCS are :
Design, implement and maintain scalable infrastructure solutions to support our internal
and external services including our SaaS platform.
Coordinate the activities with the infrastructure and the development teams.
Security policy implementation and monitoring.
Reliability testing and monitoring.
Coordinate and support DevOps processes.
Update and scale-up hardware and software as needed.
Respond and resolve incidents.
Setup backup and disaster recovery strategy.
Skills and Competencies
Experience with infrastructure as code tools, preferably Ansible.
Linux expertise. System and network security competencies.
Experience building and maintaining highly available distributed applications.
Proven work experience as an Infrastructure Engineer.
Committed to human rights and social justice.
Eager to work remotely in a multicultural environment.
Self-driven, taking initiative, ability to work independently.
Willingness to occasionally travel internationally.
Be open to receiving feedback and constructive criticism.
Work-level spoken and written English.
How to apply
We welcome diversity and do not discriminate on any basis, including age, gender identity, nationality or sexual orientation.
Our team consists of parents and non-parents, self-taught and degree-educated. We seek to create a supportive working environment based around the following values :
Be honest, transparent and dependable
Practice appreciation, well-being, compassion and care
Pursue growth and learning