Full-Time Infrastructure Developer
When you first walk through those doors, there’s a buzz, a feeling of excitement and energy – it’s our amazing people. Our people drive and live by our values; we always care for each other and ourselves, chase remarkable on the daily and we are all in it together and have each other’s backs. Sharesies has an inclusive culture and our aim is to create financial empowerment for everyone. We believe that everyone deserves the chance to live the life they choose, that everyone deserves the right to be able to grow their wealth, and everyone should be able to invest. We’re developing a new generation of investors, one pay-day at a time.
We’ve had an exciting opportunity open up in our Infrastructure team as an Infrastructure Developer. For this role we are open to applicants NZ-wide, including WFH, or based out of our Wellington or Auckland offices. You’ll enjoy a varied role, responsible for producing written content to help educate, motivate, and empower Sharesies investors. Sharesies is going through lots of growth and change. We’re looking specifically for people who love the idea of working in a high growth organisation with big plans for the future.
At Sharesies we look specifically for people who are as excited about our vision as we are. For the Infrastructure Developer role we are looking for someone who:
- Enjoys working with cloud services and defining infrastructure as code. We use AWS and Terraform, but we welcome any applicants with experience with different tools and platforms.
- Cares strongly about maintaining a secure and stable platform.
- Is happy to collaborate with other team members and the wider product development business.
- Has experience with containerisation (Docker, ECS, Kubernetes or other).
- Is adaptable to change, and is motivated by our vision and our future growth
We’re looking for the right person, not just a list of qualifications. We’d love to hear from you even if you’re not sure you fit the bill. Sharesies is committed to promoting and celebrating a diverse and inclusive workplace – a place where we can all be ourselves and thrive in our work. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, wellbeing initiatives, and services to support people from different backgrounds.
This job closes COB on Sunday 13 February. If this job sounds like you, please send through your cover letter explaining why you’re excited about this role and working at Sharesies, along with your cv, and we’ll be in touch!
At Sharesies, we believe in the power of belonging and we’re committed to a culture of inclusion. We are building a diversity program to increase the diversity of underrepresented groups in our talent pipeline. As part of this diversity program, we’ve included a few questions in this application to better understand candidate experiences and keep improving our equitable outcomes. It’s completely up to you whether you answer any or all of these questions. If you decide to participate, we’ll only use the information you provide for the purposes of our diversity program. If you choose not to participate, it won’t affect your application. The hiring managers do not have access to this data. If you have any questions about how we’ll manage and store your data, please email [email protected]
The successful person will be required to obtain a Ministry of Justice Criminal Convictions check and all applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand.
Our COVID-19 Vaccinations in the Workplace Policy states that from 10 January 2022, only people who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and can present a valid My Vaccine Pass will be able to enter our offices. This is a key step in keeping our workplace and the people who visit us protected from the risk of COVID-19.
If you would like to discuss our policy further, please contact our People Experience Team at [email protected]
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