Founded in 2013, Lifesum is a Stockholm-based tech startup with a vision to make it simple for people everywhere to form habits that build towards healthier, happier lives. Lifesum gives people personalized navigation for health and lifestyle improvement. By tapping in to mobile sensor technology and combining it with passion for design and applied psychology, we try to create delightful user experience that improves peoples lives.
Lifesum is looking for a Site reliability engineer to join their team.
You would be joining a small but experienced team that is responsible for keeping their systems up and running and designing new solutions. They are not afraid to try new things and strive to adopting to new technology quickly.
Your responsibilities will be to maintain and contribute to the tools they use for managing their environments. You will be helping with designing new solutions and troubleshoot problems when needed. You will also manage their AWS config and services to automate as much as possible.
They are cloud hosted on AWS, running their Python and Go apps in containers using Amazon provided services. Their services are primarily APIs which are consumed by mobile clients, asynchronous tasks running longer operations, and occasionally web-facing UIs. Their philosophy is to choose the right tool for every job, giving us flexibility in the way we work.
Besides this we see that you are open, honest and collaborative worker. Have a passion for lean, clean and maintainable code and with this a high level of curiosity. You also have the desire to grow and to share learnings with others.
There’s a few things about Lifesum that aren’t exactly the norm:
If you think this sounds exciting, we’d love to hear from you. Send us your resume right away and please tell us why you are interested in this particular position and why Lifesum is the place you want to be.
Lifesum is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. They do not discriminate on the basis of sex, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation, or age.