GrabCAD is part of Stratasys - one of the founders of 3D printing.
The company leading the 3D printing market and innovation, servicing world-renowned brands like Ford, BMW, Airbus, Google, Siemens etc.
GrabCAD is creating a cloud-based software platform to unify different printing technologies under one printer and connectivity management software.
“We help millions of engineer’s design and manufacture physical things every single day”
“We shape lives by revolutionizing the way things are made”
Company size: 1000+
Tallinn office is focused on creating a connectivity platform for different 3D printer technologies, Business Intelligence solutions to enable our customers to get an insight into their install base, order and shop management system and finally on GrabCAD Community with more than 7 million members sharing CAD files and professional tips.
The company is looking for a Senior Infrastructure Engineer to strengthen the team.
You will be part of an international team creating a cloud-based connectivity and analytics platform to unify different printing technologies into one manageable, extendable and configurable 3D printing ecosystem.
You will work to enable development teams to deliver with speed, agility and minimum risk.
We are moving towards internal infrastructure platform implementation, therefore we are looking for an Engineer who is happy to write code and tests to manage infrastructure.
Our environment consists of ~150 AWS servers hosting our products and we are currently migrating our legacy tech stack(Rails, Node, React and Postgres) to Kubernetes.
You will be working with the following technologies:
Kubernetes, Terraform, Helm, Docker, AWS, Redis, Postgres, Elasticsearch using Bash, Ruby and Go
Tallinn office is centrally located in the Rotermanni district. The office is cosy, well designed and has everything needed for a good atmosphere: drinks, snacks, foosball table and awesome teammates.
GrabCAD offices are located in the United Kingdom and the United States and Stratasys offices all around the world.