Do you want to help define, set up, expand and maintain the network of an entire fleet of autonomous industrial robots? Want to make sure these robots can’t get hacked? And since you don’t want to be doing all this stuff manually all the time, you want to automate it? Automate the automation? Do you want to be part of the team that will create new products and services used globally? Are you up to date with cutting-edge solutions and best practices in the field and can’t wait to implement them?
We are looking for an IoT Systems Administrator / Cybersecurity / DevOps person with experience in systems and network administration, integration, security, and maintenance as well as developing and improving solutions for custom in-house processes and workflows.
Airnamics is a young development company at the cutting edge of autonomous robotic systems for Industry 4.0. We are an interdisciplinary and multinational team of experts working on simulation technologies, AI, mechatronic systems, embedded systems, visual perception, mechanical engineering, autonomous control algorithms, and software development. So, no worries, you won’t be bored and will definitely broaden your technical horizons helping the development of state-of-the-art robotic systems solutions. Our offices are located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, near Dolgi most.
We are looking for new team members with at least 5 years of full-time work experience in IT, preferably in:
IoT system administration,
You will be responsible for:
Developing, scaling and maintaining a growing network of connected devices and its (cyber) security, making sure we are up to date with the best practices and solutions. Basically build an impermeable network fortress in which our robots will feel safe to work in.
Setting and maintaining VPN and web servers.
Clouds… as in cloud infrastructure, such as AWS, GCP, Azure, etc.; you know how to set up instances, backups, user accesses and the like.
Managing internal and external user accounts and accesses and helping old people cross the street... Well, the last part is nice, but optional actually.
DevOps stuff. A broad term, we know, in essence it means you're responsible for an efficient transfer of the developed solution to the shop floor.
To do that you should be well versed or familiar in/with:
Very good knowledge of network administration and cybersecurity and the latest trends and best practices in that area.
Know your way around Linux/Ubuntu like it’s your backyard.
Can write a haiku with Git commands… Too tough? Ok, have you ever done or at least heard of a 3-way merge? Ever done a pull request?
User account/access management (ninja) skills.
Documenting your processes, findings, best practices etc. Sharing is caring.
Good English proficiency, have you must. Speaking it well, important is. Using it daily, you will.
And, last but not least, like learning and trying new stuff.
Bonus points (nice to have):
Ever written or contributed to a white paper on network security?
Tinkering with Intel NUCs, Nvidia Xaviers, Raspberry Pi’s or alikes as well as various routers (double... no, triple points for knowing your way around Mikrotik routers specifically!).
Having in-depth Engineering knowledge, preferably in Electronic, Computer, or Mechanical Engineering since you might be dealing with robots as well… or at least meeting them in the hallway.
Knowing that ROS isn’t really an OS.
Actually enjoy maintaining access to various services for various users.
Constantly improving your life with various hacks, if at all possible, by writing Bash scripts.
Have an eye for detail. And having both eyes for that would be twice as good.
Like doing sports? Just asking :)
We’ll really work wonders together if you nod at every one of these statements:
Being a team player is a top priority for you. You know where your responsibilities and expertise lay, but you’re always willing to give a hand if you can.
Self-initiative and a “can do” attitude is what people know you for. Since you love to solve problems, you can’t wait to put your “objective outlook” hat on and try to come up with the best possible solutions for the problem at hand.
Excuses, complaining and placing blame are concepts you are not familiar with. If mistakes happen, you don’t have a problem owning up and diving in it, so you and the team can do better next time.
You believe that if you want to make an idea a reality, you have to put yourself out there, try new things, mess up, see what sticks and carry on with the best solution.
You want to get to know various technologies overall and are interested in developments on a broader level (robotics, electronics, programming, etc.).
You have an ambition to be part of something bigger. You’ll be joining a team, where what we do is not just a job, but a mission - to make it on a global scale.
What we offer:
Working on cutting edge solutions and technologies. We want to try out everything that is technologically available out there, either in the field you’ll be working on or all the areas around it. You’ll have the opportunity to learn, test what we can use for our development, and have fun while doing it.
We pay special attention to help develop our team members' business, technical, and team competences. Whatever area you want to develop and grow, we are right on board helping you go there.
We offer a competitive salary, depending on your experience and depth of expertise, it ranges from 3000 EUR gross onwards.
Office full of great team members, robots, snacks, and coffee.
Remote work and flexible working hours when you need it. Our regular all-hands-on-deck hours are between 10:00 and 15:00. The hours around that are up to your work-life schedule.
All first-round conversations will be made via email & video chat. It’s 2021 after all.