Psyonix San Diego, the makers of Rocket League, now hiring DevOps Engineer!

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  1. Marina S

    Marina S New Member

    Nov 4, 2017
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    DevOps Engineer

    Psyonix, an independent video game developer located in downtown San Diego, is looking for a qualified Dev Ops Engineer for its Online Services team. The ideal candidate has significant experience configuring and maintaining servers.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Monitor performance of the cloud-based backend
    • Research, plan, and implement both new systems and improvements to existing systems
    • Work on automation of deployment tasks
    • Investigate and troubleshoot backend issues
    • Work closely with the Online Services programmers and other teams

    Qualifications & Requirements:

    • Experience with Linux server management
    • Experience with maintaining common server software (MySQL/Redis/nginx/etc)
    • Experience with automation (Docker/Jenkins/Puppet/Chef/etc)
    • Experience with scripting (shell/Python/etc)
    • Ability to communicate clearly and troubleshoot problems alongside team members
    • Ability to develop and document plans for regular or one-off tasks


    • Experience with cloud systems
    • In-depth experience with managing and optimizing MySQL servers
    • Experience with monitoring software
    • Understanding of programming with PHP and/or C#
    • Experience managing a C# runtime on Linux (Mono or .NET Core)
    • CentOS experience

    Please apply on-line at:

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