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The Harvard Library Innovation Lab is looking for a devops engineer to help us build tools to explore the open internet and see deep into the future of libraries.
Our projects range in scope from fast-moving prototypes to long-term innovations. The best way to get a feel for what we do is by looking at some of our current efforts.
Perma.cc, a web archiving service that is powered by libraries
H2O, a platform for creating, sharing and adapting open course materials
Awesome Box, an alternate returns box used by hundreds of libraries
What you’ll do
Own the production infrastructure that ensures Lab applications are responding quickly to people and bots on the internet
Write code that will monitor systems and develop logic that will automate common deployment and maintenance tasks
Act as a core member of our fun and dynamic team by helping us shape ideas and efforts in libraries, technology, and law. We’re freewheelin’. We fully encourage the pursuit of interests and opportunities
We’re hiring a person and not a skillset, but our current stack of keywords might be helpful
Heroku, AWS, S3, Python, Django, Fabric, git and GitHub, Ruby, Rails, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Apache, NGINX, Elasticsearch, Redis, UNIX, Bash, Rollbar, Splunk
Find details and apply using the Harvard Recruitment Management System. If you have questions, email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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