Brex is building the new global standard for financial services, starting with corporate cards. We are designing the product from first principles, enabling us to have unparalleled features and a seamless, modern experience for our customers. With backing from top venture firms and industry veterans such as Peter Thiel and Max Levchin, Brex is one of the fastest-growing startups to date, and we're looking for someone to help scale the company with incredible people across the board. As a developer infrastructure engineer, you will be operating the systems that power all engineering teams. Based in San Francisco, our team is committed to creating a driven and diverse company with ambitious people from wide-ranging backgrounds.
We're looking for people with a strong background or interest in systems at scale, comfortable in dealing with lots of moving pieces, with a keen eye towards detail, and comfortable learning new technologies. Most importantly, you should be enthusiastic working with a variety of backgrounds, roles, and needs.
Build, manage and maintain our Continuous Integration platforms and pipelines.
Continually improve our Continuous Delivery process, ensuring correctness and safety.
Build and maintain CLI tools to assist in maximizing developer efficiency.
Write and review code, develop documentation, and work to continually improve developer experience.
Build and maintain tooling to support testing and delivery workflows.
Be an evangelist of your work, both in the company, as well as the broader technical community.
Uphold our high engineering standards and bring consistency to the codebases, infrastructure, and processes you will encounter.
What We Value:
Experience configuring and maintaining reliable CI/CD pipelines, such as Jenkins, Spinnaker and Buildkite.
Operating build systems efficiently at scale, such as Gradle, Bazel, Buck or Pants.
Thinking about robust systems, and writing high quality code.
We work in Elixir and Go, however languages can be learned: we care much more about your general engineering skill than knowledge of a particular language or framework.
Caring about system design and value building things correctly from day one, without cutting corners.
Debugging complex problems across the entire stack.
Taking pride in working on projects to successful completion, involving a wide variety of technologies and systems.
Holding yourself and others to a high bar when working with production systems.
Stitching many different services and processes together, even if you have not worked with them before
Thriving in a collaborative environment, filled with a diverse group of people with different expertise and backgrounds (we currently have over 15 nationalities represented, with more than the company working in a country different from the one they grew up in).
Engineering at Brex:
We work in an environment where it matters to make the right design decisions the first time, and as a result, take on less technical debt than other companies.
We're big fans of functional programming, especially given the effect of bugs in this space! We work closely with the Elixir community, and are always looking at increasing our open source contributions more broadly.
Product is a highly collaborative initiative across multiple teams. Engineers are expected to understand and have product input, designing systems towards our long-term product vision.
We'd rather have one strong, well-compensated engineer, instead of having 5 average engineers. Our customers are fine with fewer features, but are not ok with broken features.
We believe in two equal track career growths between senior individual contributors and managers. We want people to contribute where they feel most impactful.
We believe in small, accountable and autonomous teams of amazing people, eager to learn, teach and constantly improve our way of working.
People have a strong sense of ownership and accountability for what they're building. What we build today will be the foundation for dozens of other systems in the future.
We are very frank on discussing technical matters. If one disagrees with how things are being done, we encourage them to speak up and help us get to the truth faster.