Stanley Robotics is a highly ambitious robotics start-up launched in January 2015. Set to revolutionise the car-parking world with an automated valet service, our robots can move any vehicle. Already seeing strong growth with several key accounts (car parking providers), Stanley Robotics has raised equity from big name investors and is rolling out in 2019 several large-scale projects.
We are based in the centre of Paris, in the 11th arrondissement.
What you will do
You will participate in the design and implementation of the system and network infrastructure of the product to ensure the security, stability and scalability of our services.
This position requires a great deal of adaptability and it may require the applicant to work on a multitude of diverse and innovative projects.
Management and improvement of the current network: analysis and design of our architecture, network administration, and VPN management;
Implementation of network/system monitoring tools;
Linux system administration;
Assisting in the implementation of various devOps projects (deployment, CI/CD, data analysis...).
What we are looking for
Your Profile :
You are a technician or engineer, specialising in systems and/or networks. We accept autodidacts;
Avid interest in devOps and the Cloud (GCP, AWS);
Skills in the process of being developed are welcome;
Strong command of the Linux environment;
Knowledge of networking (Juniper), scripting (Shell, Python, Perl...), Docker, Ansible (Puppet, Chef) Kubernetes are a plus.
What we offer :
Fast-paced and flexible environment
Possibility of working from home (1 day a week)
Transparent salary policy
Stock options (BSPCE)
Our offices are in the center of Paris;
We have a very nice deck for lunch time, drinks or work;
We like eachother and spend time together : drinks, escape games, football, running etc... The choice is yours;
Kitchen with free snacks, fruits, coffee, tea and often croissants;
Last but not least : a great atmoshpere.
HR phone call with one of our recruiter (around 20 minutes)
Interview with the manager and one member of the team (1 hour)