We are Ultimaker, and our mission is to accelerate the world's transition to local manufacturing and digital distribution. We're investing to accelerate our momentum and create a lasting footprint in the 3d Printing market. If you constantly strive for excellence, are passionate about innovation, and want to work with a collaborative, energetic team - then Ultimaker is for you.
We take growth seriously and know that, as demand increases and technology gets more integrated into the workflow, exceptional engineers are crucial to our success. We are looking for an experienced DevOps engineer who will help us to improve one of our flagship products: Ultimaker Cura.
LET'S CHANGE THE WORLD!
As our new DevOps Engineer for Community Software (Ultimaker Cura & Thingiverse), it will be your responsibility to identify and eliminate defects and verify compliancy with requirements. You’ll create test cases and help refine user stories. Thinking creatively, you’ll deliver a contribution to the solutions we implement in our products, including:
- Improving the quality standard of Ultimaker Cura by analyzing requirements, test results and assessing risks;
- Owning and improving the Cura build-system as well as the Thingiverse setup in GCP;
- Assessing and mitigating risks;
- Analyzing requirements for current and future tech stack on GCP;
- Monitor and check for inconsistency across platforms, services, and environments;
- Working intensively with your peers, and by participating in the daily stand-up meetings, sprint reviews and demos.
To be successful in changing the world, you will bring at least 3 years of experience with DevOPs in a production environment. You know CircleCI, GitHub Actions, Jira, Conan CMake, and Python well, and have experience with Google Cloud Platform (AWS or Azure might work as well). Preferably you bring a degree in computing, computer science, engineering or similar, but you are also welcome with a comparable working experience. Furthermore, you have:
- Experience with working in scrum teams;
- Very good communication skills in English;
- A proactive, passionate, inventive attitude.
You are a strong, social team player: proactive, inventive, and solution driven. All of this enables you to work closely and effectively with teams and colleagues from different backgrounds. Our teams are enthusiastic and motivated, so we would expect you to fit right in.
It would be great if you also bring:
- Experience with 3D printing (FDM);
- Knowledge of OAuth services;
- Knowledge of Cloud Security;
- Experience with building desktop applications for Windows, MacOS & Linux;
- Willingness to join the voluntary-but paid, on-call schedule for monitoring the production cloud environment outside work hours.
And finally, an affinity with open-source development would make us very happy.
WHAT WE OFFER
A good salary, fitting to your experience, an open, family atmosphere, and fun work environment with a passionate and energetic team in a convenient location within walking distance of public transport (we reimburse your travel costs). Also:
- 27 days of paid leave per year;
- Lunch with healthy sandwiches, salads, and a daily special;
- Ultimaker makes contributions to your pension;
- You can borrow a 3D printer to take home;
- Room to expand your knowledge by following courses and going to meetups;
- Regular hackathons where you can work on 3D printing-related projects;
- A fully stocked workplace that you can use during off hours for your own hobby projects.
Do you recognize yourself in the above and are you interested? Then please apply directly!
For more information about the role you can contact Arjen Dirks, Director of Community Software - Ultimaker Cura at Arjen.Dirks@ultimaker.com. If you have any questions about the recruitment process, please contact the recruiter, Paul Binnekade, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT US AT ULTIMAKER
Ultimaker has been in operation since 2011, and over the years has grown to become a market leader, creating powerful, professional, and accessible desktop 3D printers. With offices in the Netherlands, New York, Boston, and Singapore, plus production facilities in both Europe and the US, Ultimaker’s team of approximately 400 employees continually strives to accelerate the world’s transition to local digital manufacturing by offering the highest-quality 3D printers, software, and materials on the market.
We offer you the chance to join a young, fast-growing, technically advanced company. We are focused on further developing the Ultimaker, developing the world of 3D printing, and further expanding the skills of our people.
We are ordinary people with extraordinary plans. Creating high-quality products is our driver. Our passion and creativity help us to make the unbelievable believable. Join us and together we can make it happen!
MORE ABOUT CURA (&THINGIVERSE)
The newly formed Thingiverse and the Cura team are working together on supporting a large, vibrant, and growing 3D printing community and working on the most exciting products in 3D printing; CURA & THINGIVERSE.
UltiMaker Cura is the most used slicer in the world. A standard for both hobbyists and engineers and is becoming an industry standard for Fortune 500 companies. Every week millions of 3D models are turned into instructions for 3D printers with UltiMaker Cura, not only for UltiMaker printers but for many other brands. Both professional and hobbyist developers are using the Cura Marketplace to publish plugins and services to enhance the use of Cura. At UltiMaker we maintain the open-source Cura repository on GitHub and deliver builds for every major desktop OS. Want to see our code? It is open to all, so check it out on GitHub (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura).
You will work with talented developers, QA engineers, UX designers, and product managers. If you want to hear what they have to say about it, you can listen to them on Talking Additive episode 29 (https://www.talkingadditive.com/episodes/episode-29-the-story-of-ultimaker-cura) and (https://www.talkingadditive.com/episodes/episode-30-the-future-of-ultimaker-cura-and-beyond) Matt Griffins interviews a few Cura team members about the past, the present, and the future of Cura.
Do you want even more information about our slicer? You can find it on our website: https://ultimaker.com/software/ultimaker-cura
Thingiverse is a landmark in the digital realm of 3D printing it enables sharing and printing of 3D designs by and for community members. Thingiverse hosts the largest amount of 3D parts and attracts millions of users every month. So far hundreds of millions of parts were uploaded, downloaded, and printed by millions of 3D printing enthusiasts all over the world.
With the merger of Ultimaker and MakerBot, the new UltiMaker is refocusing and bringing back engineering attention to Thingiverse and community projects, with a new team to support both Thingiverse and Cura.
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