Infrastructure Engineer

We are looking for experienced infrastructure and operations engineers to join the Conjur team at CyberArk! Conjur engineers work on a wide variety of projects, from integrations with bleeding-edge DevOps tools to moonshot projects that seek to revolutionize the world of DevOps security. Our primary product is a secrets vault and privilege engine, built upon our open source core.

What kinds of things would you work on?

We know that if you’re a professional working in the world of operations or infrastructure, experience with specific tools can be picked up quickly. That being said, Conjur infrastructure engineers are using the following tools on an almost daily basis:

  • AWS, Azure, GCP
  • Kubernetes, OpenShift, Cloud Foundry
  • Docker, GitHub, Jenkins, GitLab
  • Linux, OS X
  • Ansible, Puppet, Chef
  • Bash, Ruby, Go

What does this role entail?

The Infrastructure Engineer role provides support to the entire engineering team by building, automating and maintaining internal infrastructure in a manner that allows the product engineers to be “self-service”. It consists primarily of development in support of internal tools and infrastructure for testing and development. While this role is operations-centric, there is no on-call requirement, and a proactive approach to maintenance of the infrastructure is preferred over reactive.

Infrastructure built and managed by the Infrastructure Engineer will include launching and management of short-lived environments (such as a specific version of a new container orchestration platform), as well as development and automation of long-term environments (such as automated orchestration of CI/CD test environments). This is a critical function to the engineering team because the focus is on enabling product engineers to deliver value.

Would you succeed on our team?

If a lot of the following apply to you, there’s a good chance that you’d be a fit for our team:

  • You are addicted to automation
  • The thought of manually deploying “pet” services makes you feel ill
  • You prefer to get end-to-end with solutions early in order to de-risk them
  • Feedback loops – especially with the people who use what you create – are a highly valued asset
  • You enjoy attending industry conferences to learn (or even presenting at them!)
  • You hold your colleagues to the same high standard as you do yourself
  • You contribute to open source software and communities

However, if you have a very non-typical background and you think we should still consider you, we’d love to hear why. Diversity of perspectives and experiences are very important to us.

Are you in the right location?

We are a distributed team, with members mostly on the east coast and mid-west of the USA, and some in Europe and Israel. We meet each day for a standup at 10:30am Eastern Time, so if you can attend that meeting and have enough overlap time before and after with other team members, your location shouldn’t be an issue. We can usually only hire people in countries where we have an existing office, but feel free to apply even if you don’t see your country on this list. We also travel to meet each other in person a couple of times each year.

For More Information

For more information on our remote-first team culture, and to try out our DevOps puzzle, please see our careers page. If you enjoy solving our puzzle, you’ll almost certainly enjoy working on our team!