DevOps Engineers


We’re looking for at least one full-time DevOps Engineer with WordPress experience to join our existing team.

You can work from absolutely anywhere – we’ve got folks scattered around the world and a main office in Melbourne, Australia.

If you love building cloud services, are excited about taking on the infrastructure for Edublogs, one of the top five blog networks on the web, our CampusPress managed WordPress hosting service, and working with a crack crew at WPMU DEV – then this is for you.

In this role, you’ll be migrating large and complex WordPress sites of well-known organizations to our hosting environments. You’ll work collaboratively with software developers to deploy and operate our systems. Help automate and streamline our operations and processes. You will build and maintain tools for testing, deployment, monitoring, and operations. And you will troubleshoot and resolve issues in our various dev, test and production environments.

You’ll be managing on a day-to-day basis our extensive systems across Amazon Web Services, Peer1, Digital Ocean, CloudFlare and beyond, ensuring insanely good uptime, staggering speeds, ridiculous redundancy and demonstrating and developing your high-performance, high-throughput website operation experience.

In return (and if outside Australia) we’ll offer great rates with the security of a full-time contract, 20 days paid leave every year, long service leave and we’ll even take you on an all expenses paid international company trip every few years.

Come and work with us for the chance to push the envelope with what WordPress can do, to be in at the start of some incredible projects and to enjoy your work more than you previously ever thought was possible. Promise.



  • Have proven Linux, NGINX, PHP, MySQL, and Bash scripting experience, along with Memcached and Varnish
  • Are experienced and enthusiastic about deployment and monitoring - Git, DNS, Nagios, Graphite, Munin, Exim 4, etc.
  • A working understanding of PHP code to help interface our software with systems and fix inefficiencies
  • Know WordPress - multisite, migrations, renaming, WP-CLI, object caching, and optimization for high-performance environments
  • Are well versed in Docker, Ansible, and AWS services like EC2, ELB, ECS, ELB, S3, Lambda, SQS, Kinesis, DynamoDB, etc.
  • Can debug issues with LDAP, CAS, Shibboleth and/or SAML (consumer/service provider) SSO user authentication
  • English language skills are important, but you don't need to be a Shakespearean actor or anything
  • Available to work flexible hours when on-call


  • Want to offer you the most enjoyable, flexible, challenging role you've ever had
  • Will provide you with all the tools, support, and freedom you need to get the job done
  • Offer attractive rates and working conditions for the right candidates, including paid vacation and long service leave.
  • Provide a real and virtual team that you'll love to work with
  • Are growing, fast, and this is your chance to get in on the ground floor


Then fill out the blanks & we’ll be in-touch.

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DevOps Engineers