Marketing Evolution has been recognized by Forrester as the industry leader in marketing optimization, due to our big-data, person-centric, decision-making SaaS platform. Marketing Evolution has announced $20.6M in new 2018 funding from top-tier global private equity and venture capital firm. This funding will used to help us continue to lead product innovation focused on customer obsessed marketers. Our award-winning platform, the ROI Brain, helps companies fully unlock the power of customer relationships and use insights to make the overall business more effective, efficient, and profitable. Our customers – including many Fortune 500 brands – choose Marketing Evolution because they recognize the value of moving beyond the aggregated and backward-looking limitations of marketing mix and attribution models. Due to very fast growth, we are hiring at all levels; but know that our preference is always to promote from within.
Marketing Evolution is looking for a DevOps Engineer with strong Amazon Web Services experience. You will work with automation/configuration/deployment management tools to build AWS services that support our custom applications across multiple regions, including outside of the US.
In this role, you’ll work collaboratively with software engineering to deploy and operate our cloud infrastructure and software. Help automate and streamline our operations and processes. Build and maintain tools for deployment, testing, monitoring and operations. And troubleshoot and resolve issues in our dev, test and production environments.
Skills and Experience
Metrics for Success
All employees have annual career growth goals based on their position and core skills/development areas; you’ll receive project-based performance reviews quarterly, and career reviews bi-annually.
Marketing Evolution Cultural Values
We seek candidates who are excited to work at a company with the following cultural values. Disrupt the norm: Cherish the opportunity to find better ways to do things, regardless of how disruptive or initially painful it might be. Dissent then execute: Raise issues and fixes in the planning stage, but when it’s time to execute, execute diligently and without reservation. Test and learn: When developing new processes or features, link it to a hypothesis, and evaluate that hypothesis without bias. Nothing is impossible: Imagine what’s possible and then have the discipline to execute it. One without the other is not valuable. Defect is treasure: Every mistake is an opportunity for the organization to learn and make improvements. Share success: Given how hard it is to promote change in our industry, celebrate each success along the way.