Come Build Kick-Ass Hosting
We’ve been doing this hosting thing for a while now, 11 years to be exact. During that time our small team has built SiteHost into a sustainable, profitable company with a great reputation. We are continuing to grow and want to add to the team a few smart, fun people, who can get things done.
You’d be working with our productive team to build the best hosting products possible. We tackle the tricky problems so our customers can get on with business and build successful projects. That means you can expect to be challenged at work, as well as gain skills and knowledge that you would rarely pick up elsewhere — making for some rewarding days at the office.
We work hard for our customers, but equally we think SiteHost is a great place to work. While we’re not one of the new VC funded kids on the block (and we’re okay with that), we do have the following to offer:
- A competitive salary
- Challenging and interesting work
- Great team culture
- Wear what makes you happy
- Lunch on us once or twice a week
- A powerful Linux or Mac computer
- Great coffee, if you’re into that
We’re looking for system engineers to help run our substantial and growing infrastructure. You’ll also be part of our support team, keeping our customers happy and providing the support we’re renowned for.
You should have strong knowledge in at least a couple of these areas: linux server administration, virtualisation, network administration, scripting languages and popular web frameworks.
The tools we’re using today could be different in a few months. We like to use the best tools for the job, so you will need to be eager to learn, adaptable and like a challenge.
Both our customers and our internal team make heavy use of tools that we develop in house, such as our Control Panel, our API and automated deployment systems. We’re looking for developers to help us push these to the next level.
For this role you’ll need to have in-depth knowledge of OOP and MVC frameworks. We primarily use Zend & Symfony for our day to day work so any experience with those tools would help. We also make use of a bunch of the usual suspects such as Git, Vagrant, jQuery and MySQL.
We’d expect you to be a great problem solver who writes clean code and loves getting things shipped.