DevOps Engineer


  • Assist other engineering teams in maintaining of software in ensuring at least 99.99%availability of the platform
  • Maintain our code deployment and management infrastructure
  • Help Define framework and tools to be used in management of code quality across theengineering organization
  • Partnering with engineering teams to automate & optimize service availability, scalability,performance, monitoring, and alerting.
  • Monitor site reliability and participate in efforts to improve reliability and scalability
  • Find and address software and systems performance concerns

Skills And Qualifications

  • At least 2 years' experience working with server-side programming languages, preferably python
  • Experience with microservices.
  • Deep knowledge of Docker and Kubernetes
  • Knowledge of best practices in continuous delivery and continuous integration.
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools and workflows, such as Git/Gitflow
  • Working knowledge of GraphQL will be an added advantage
  • Proven experience supporting a distributed architecture
  • Strong Familiarity with Azure & Amazon Web Services.
  • Deep understanding of configuration management, automation, and infrastructure-as-code tools (for example, Ansible, Terraform, Salt, or Puppet).
Lori is a venture-backed, rapidly growing start-up that is building a cutting-edge, tech-driven, logistics services platform that seamlessly coordinates haulage across frontier markets. With a mission to reduce the cost of goods, Lori is tackling a massive issue - $180 billion is spent annually on haulage across Africa, and up to 75% of a product’s cost is due to logistics (compared to 6% in the US). Lori was recognized as the fastest growing start-up in Africa and won TechCrunch Battlefield Africa. Our tech-enabled and operations-driven marketplace efficiently connects transport to cargo. The system brings transparency to the logistics industry and has significantly improved flexibility, reliability, and cost savings (upwards of 20%). Billions of dollars of cargo move through the Lori platform annually. In November 2020, CNN published a feature article on Lori and how its robust technology will transform African economies and their ability to compete on the global stage.