Who we are
Our mission is to make it so that everyone can code, not just ~0.1% of the population. We help developers and companies with billions of lines of code create the software you use every day. In enabling more people to code, we believe we will create economic opportunity across the world and will drive progress that benefits everyone.
Our company is growing rapidly: we’ve experienced 4x year-over-year revenue growth and our $125M Series D from Andreessen Horowitz and $50M Series C from Sequoia have given us the opportunity to make big ambitious bets on our future. We have a huge market (every company that builds software) and massive opportunity (most developers haven't even heard of code search yet, but once you've used it, you can't live without it--just like Google web search). By continuing to hire exceptional people, we have the opportunity to make Sourcegraph one of the biggest technology companies in the world.
You are an experienced and visionary people-driven engineering leader who has the skills to effectively drive progress toward our Distribution/DevOps team’s ambitious and technically challenging objectives. You are a team builder ready to tackle complex problems and build high functioning teams working with cutting-edge technology. You are strongly aligned with our values, inspired by our mission to make it so that everyone can code, and motivated to do your best work.
- You have 2+ years leading an engineering team of 3 or more engineers.
- You have multiple experiences building and implementing DevOps practices and tools designed to increase an organization's ability to deliver applications and services faster.
- You have extensive experience in our core technologies: Kubernetes, Docker, container orchestration
- Your working hours overlap with 8am-4pm CST for at least 10 hours per week so we have time to collaborate synchronously when necessary.
- Experience with GCP
- Experience with Go and React
- Worked directly with customers helping them troubleshoot deployment and various other environmental issues