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Autism Parenting Magazine improves the quality of life for families affected by autism all around the world. We release a monthly magazine, run bi-annual summits and release courses to help parents.
The company consists of a diverse team of all ages, backgrounds, faiths and locations, spread across the UK, USA, Philippines, South Africa and Eastern Europe. There are 12 full-time staff members and multiple freelancers, with everyone working completely remotely.
Their work is fun - sometimes demanding, but always satisfying. The company organises weekly team meetings and 1on1s via Zoom. While this is a fast-paced environment, they do fun things and try to get all the team members to connect with one another. You will have the opportunity to work in a rapidly growing company with great career and learning opportunities. The ideal candidate should be able to grow and flourish in the fast-moving environment of the magazine, embracing change with a can-do attitude.
If you want to be a part of a passionate group of people, enthusiastic about growing the magazine and growing their career, this may be the perfect place for you!.
Right now, the company is looking for a Dev Ops Engineer to take ownership of the existing tech infrastructure and security surrounding their website and cloud infrastructure. As the company grows, they need a dedicated individual to handle all tech problems, freeing up other members of the team to work on projects.
More specifically, you will be responsible for:
You will have a chance to work with an amazing group of individuals, improving the quality of life for many thousands of families around the world, at the same time working in a fast-paced, tech-focused environment with lots of challenges to solve and technologies to learn. The role will be reporting to the Operations Manager and interacting with the COO, CEO, Customer Support and Web teams.
During the first few weeks, you will learn more about the tech stack the company uses and you will have support from both the Operations Manager and the CEO, to enable handover and to act as an escalation point in terms of issues. Specific training on certain technologies can be arranged as needed.
This is a full-time role, and ideally, you will work UK business hours - although there is some flexibility to start earlier or later in the day, as long as the core hours align. There also needs to be some overlap with the US time zone and occasional out-of-hours support for big promotions.
The company is looking for someone who can work independently while presenting big changes or risks to management in a way that is easy to understand. You need to have solid experience working in a similar environment, having been "battle tested" and shown to overcome obstacles that affect downtime or security.
To be a successful candidate, you need:
Bonus points for understanding:
You also need to be organized, attentive to detail and an effective communicator, with the ability to think logically and perform under pressure. Along with this, it’s very important to have emotional intelligence. If you tick all the boxes of the company’s core values - Integrity, Coachability, Accountability, Drive for Results, Professionalism - go ahead and apply!
What’s in it for you?
*Please note that this is a gross salary and that you are responsible for any tax-related procedures in your country of residence. We kindly ask you to apply only if you are happy to work remotely as an independent contractor.
This position will be closed as soon as we find the perfect match. So, make sure to read the description carefully and take your time to submit a high-quality application that stands out.
If you apply, JobRack will respond promptly and keep you updated throughout the process.
As part of the hiring process, please then expect the process to include:
1 - Filling in the application form once you click “Apply”
2 - Being invited to record a short video to introduce yourself
3 - Completing test tasks, if short-listed
4 - Attending video interviews where you will have the opportunity to talk more about your previous experience and the new role
Applications are only accepted through JobRack. Autism Parenting Magazine Limited has specifically requested that you do not contact them directly. If you have any questions please contact us using email@example.com
To make sure you receive updates on your application please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email address book. Got questions about working remotely? Check out JobRack’s FAQ for answers to everything you might want to know. https://jobrack.eu/jobseeker-faq
We improve the quality of life for families affected by autism all around the world. We release a monthly magazine, run bi-annual summits and relea...View company profile