|Position / Role|
|July 27, 2017|
|July 23, 2018|
We’re looking to hire an experienced DevOps engineer to work alongside and support our team of developers working on innovative products around making data analytics smarter and safer.
We are looking for people with a genuine passion for problem solving, technology, and who enjoy being challenged.
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About the role
You will joining a highly talented and motivated team building out patented database technology, as we bring it to market.
The team is self-organising and runs without scrum masters, project managers or formal team leads, relying on regular contact and weekly meetings with the (technical) CEO/Founder. Since we are all physically based at a single site, communication is straightforward.
About Cognitive Logic
We were founded in 2015 by Nick Halstead and are funded by some top tier US VCs, who are also invested in Nick’s previous company, DataSift.
We are fundamentally rebuilding how the database works for dealing with consumer information. Fixing security and privacy while allowing independent databases to be queried as if they were combined. We announced our first product, DataJoin, in November 2016. We also launched Databake.io in December 2016 as a side project.
We’re based in Basingstoke, which is south west of London, right next to the railway station. Basingstoke has excellent rail links – only 45 mins to Waterloo, and commutable trains to places such as Reading, Oxford, Southampton and Salisbury – or simply drive to the office. If you’re thinking of relocating, living in or near Basingstoke is significantly cheaper than London, and several of our team have a 10 minute stroll to work each morning.
Work here, and you will receive a competitive salary (no discount for being out of London), stock options, and private health care. We also have a great office environment with a fully stocked fridge, sugary and non-sugary snacks, Friday team lunches, a pool table, various games consoles including a VR kit, Lego, Nerf Guns and other assorted toys. You’ll get to know your colleagues outside of work at monthly socials and daily at lunch over card or board games if you’re keen.