DevOps Engineer (NL/EN)

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DevOps Engineer (NL/EN)

Take care of daily releases, maintain our own server park and optimise the systems

Fulltime | 32 - 40 h/w | hbo/wo level | Headquarters Groningen


Be the driving force behind our growth

A fast release cycle has several specific challenges such as confidence in good code thanks to an extensive release line, a good system to launch multiple releases per day, dependency management, and more! But what use are releases if the system doesn't work? So, system availability, high availability, and optimal use of our resources also fall within the work area of our 'DevOps' team.

English | Nederlands

What does our server management look like?

Our database runs in a baremetal Galera cluster, most services are hosted in VMs on our Proxmox clusters, elasticsearch functions as a search backbone and as cache we use Redis and KeyDB. Just a few of the techniques. Your responsibilities could also include monitoring, resource management, performance profiling, managing the CI (unit testing, static analysis, security checks and more) and everything that comes with it. With such a diverse environment, the proactive search for improvement is very important. Another important aspect is how everything comes together: how do our developers know what the impact of changes will be on a local docker environment?

Our stack 

What do you do as a DevOps Engineer?

  • You maintain the configuration and architecture of our own server park in 3 different data centres

  • You are responsible for our high-availability system
  • You ensure that our development teams can work independently and quickly
  • You guarantee that there are sufficient Quality Assurances.
  • You work according to the DevOps method: together with the development teams

What can you expect from us?

  • No hierarchy. We don't like it.

  • You are the technical expert. So no non-technical colleagues who sit in your technical chair. Cobbler, stick to your last.
  • We replace the legacy proactively. Every system has a legacy, of course, but you don't have to keep legacy systems going forever.
  • Informal working atmosphere. Everyone can be themselves with us.
  • With 70+ colleagues from more than 12 nationalities, we form a nice international community. 

What do we offer?

Besides a good salary, special Gomibo benefits, a favourable pension scheme and 25 days of holiday a year, we also offer:

Who are you?

  • You have a technical HBO (univeristy of applied sciences) or WO (university) education from a and experience with Linux.
  • You have experience or affinity with DevOps in general: for example from a software engineering, network or operations perspective.

  • You have adequate knowledge of concepts such as: IP, routing, firewalls, load balancers, dns, http, smtp and tls.
  • Knowledge of the following aspects is preferred: docker, gitlab-ci, high availability or elastic-search, nginx, python, php, proxmox, ceph, ansible.
  • You are inquisitive and eager to learn new techniques together with your team.
  • You like to continuously look for improvement possibilities. For example, for our own platform, development environment and release system.

You work at the office in Groningen during your entire onboarding period. After that, we have a remote working policy of a maximum of 2 days per week. More days are possible in consultation.

Are you still studying, but do you find this vacancy interesting? Then feel free to respond and mention that you are looking for a part-time position! We can certainly talk about this, so don't let the number of hours stop you. Of course, the content of the tasks will be adapted to your knowledge and skills.

English | Nederlands

If you have any questions about this vacancy, you can always contact our Talent & Recruitment Specialists. They can be reached between 9:00 and 17:30 on working days at telephone number 050-2113856. You can also send an email to

Would you like to know what the application process looks like? Then click here.

How do we work?

  • We have a mix of about 70 fulltime and parttime developers, both experienced and recently graduated colleagues.

  • We apply the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) philosophy to create added value for users as quickly as possible.
  • We have fun together! There are both company-wide and development-specific get-togethers and activities for those who want them. You don't want to? That's fine too!
  • We are ambitious and fanatical. We want to improve, because we like doing it.
  • We have a flat organisation where what you say counts, not who says it.
  • We have no fixed job profiles. This has the great advantage that we can provide tailor-made solutions for your job and your development.
  • The development department works in English, but the majority of the colleagues also speak Dutch.
  • We have a remote working policy of a maximum of 2 days per week. More days are possible in consultation.