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cert-manager is an open source project led by Jetstack that is widely used to provision X.509 certificates to Kubernetes clusters. We are looking to hire a software engineer to join the team behind cert-manager. You will work with the team to develop the next round of features that will expand the ways in which cert-manager can be used to keep a Kubernetes cluster and the applications running on it secure.
We are a distributed team that works in the open. Our Software Engineers tackle complex user problems through designing, analysing and troubleshooting software systems. We have a pragmatic approach and are results focused, whilst always placing a high value on user experience.
Desirable technical experience
Kubernetes or other container orchestration systems
Good understanding of PKI/TLS/SSL
Proficiency in Golang
Experience building distributed systems
Linux systems programming (i.e. shell, Bash scripting, etc)
Good understanding of Linux networking and containers
Git source control
CI / CD (e.g. GitLab, Jenkins, etc)
Other desirable skills
Experience in working in an agile process/environment
Experience contributing to open source projects
A ‘can-do’ attitude and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
Strong ability to focus and work independently, as well as collaboratively in a team
A sense of ownership and customer responsibility
Ability to adapt to circumstance and respond with urgency and pragmatism
Ability and desire to continually learn and remain up-to-date with ecosystem developments
Excellent communication skills and able to successfully articulate technology concepts to both business and technology audiences.
Experience working on distributed teams
As well as working with a great team on an exciting project we also offer a number of benefits:
Conference leave entitlement
A laptop of your choice
25 days of holiday (not including UK public holidays)
A generous pensions scheme
We are primarily located in the UK, but this role is open to applicants wanting to work remotely from anywhere in Europe.
Our mission is to build the best team that will guide and support enterprises and start-ups alike in their adoption of Kubernetes. Our deep understanding and real-world experience in a variety of environments (cloud and on-premises), enables us to accelerate customer projects and provide them with confidence in their operations.
We are a group of open-minded people who care about the service we provide to our customers, the impact we have on the open source community and how we work better together. We have a diverse team who thrives on interesting projects, resolving real life complex issues and giving back to the community. If you’re as interested in learning and developing as we are then please do apply.
Jetstack embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
Jetstack is a Venafi company.
Venafi is the undisputed heavyweight champion in Machine Identity Protection. Why? Because we created the category and are light years ahead of anyone that would consider competing! Gartner has recognized Venafi as number one in our space and as it turns out, one is NOT the loneliest number!
Venafi is the inventor of the technology that secures and protects keys and certificates. Venafi protects machine identity types by orchestrating cryptographic keys and digital certificates for SSL/TLS, IoT, mobile and SSH. Many of the largest organizations in the world use Venafi.
Billions of dollars have been spent protecting usernames and passwords and almost nothing protecting keys and certificates—organizations are just now realizing that protecting keys and certificates is as important as protecting usernames and passwords. The bad guys know this and are using stolen or forged keys and certificates to attack networks and steal data. In fact, Gartner says 50% of network attacks will use certificates.