Join our passionate team of top-notch engineers to solve a real-world problem, and help people spend less time managing expenses and more time pursuing their real goals. As we revolutionize the way people manage their expenses, being part of the Expensify team means building the easiest, fastest, and most efficient platform to automate everything expense-related.
Our employees work from all over the world, but if you're looking for a change of scene we offer visa sponsorship and relocation assistance to join us at one of our rad locations:
Even though we work hard at Expensify, we make sure our employees are happy. Our most talked about perk is our Offshore where we spend a month abroad working from a remote location as a team. This year we’re going to South Korea, do you want to join?
The SRE team is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and maintenance of the infrastructure used by our applications. We work closely with the product development and engineering teams to expand and enhance our deeply integrated service platform. Our goal is to develop and support the systems and automations that drive our business-critical platform, ensuring high uptime and quality deployments, while maintaining operational flexibility.
Whether you’re tuning configs or writing a new automation task, you’re self-driven and collaborative. You’re an autonomous individual who is passionate about building a stable product. You’re open to working with our engineering and customer-facing teams to make sure we’re growing in the best possible way. You’re excited by our culture of Live Rich, Have Fun, and Save the World, and have an ambition you’re incredibly passionate about that Expensify can help you achieve.
As a Site Reliability Engineer, your responsibilities will include:
We’re looking for someone who:
We’re looking for people who already have a strong background in Linux system administration to join the team. We use this as the foundation for your launchpad in Expensify, with an expectation that you’re able to carry those skills into domains you have yet to dip your feet into.