Headquarters: Vilnius, Lithuania
MailerLite is one of the fastest-growing email marketing services. We help 832,355 businesses around the world to keep in touch with their customers.
In order to do even bigger things, we need people in our team that are passionate and great at what they’re doing. We’re looking for a DevOps Engineer with these requirements:
Wondering why we think you’ll love working for MailerLite? Here are 6 reasons!
You won’t be bored
Our customers are sending more than 20 million emails per day. Scaling our platform while building new amazing features will keep you engaged.
You will be challenged with huge amounts of data and interesting tasks
The technology stack includes KVM, Ansible, PHP, NGINX, MySQL, Redis and others.
We don’t micromanage and try not to interrupt your work with random tasks. We do expect you to take full responsibility and ownership for the stuff you build.
You’ll have experts at hand
Our DevOps team has vast experience in managing a highly available infrastructure for a large-scale email business. Whenever you’re stuck, your teammates are eager to help you grow. And they’d love for you to share your knowledge too!
You can pick where you want to work, every day
At MailerLite, we embrace the remote culture. Half of the team works from the office in Vilnius, the others are spread around the world. Every day you get to choose what environment makes you most productive.
You can count on stability
We're not a startup that's burning investor money. MailerLite has been around for more than 10 years and is a profitable company that continues to grow. You can count on us to offer you a stable workplace!
What we expect from you
What we offer
Don't send us a CV. We like to do things differently.
Instead, here is how we would like you to apply:
Before you create the email, you will need your new account to be approved. In the approval form, you will be asked how you collect subscribers and what type of content you plan to send. Just write "Job application."
Things we want to see in your newsletter:
We wish you all the best of luck!