The OS for spacecraft and complex operations
Epsilon3 is the OS for spacecraft and complex operations. We are an experienced team of engineering and design leaders from SpaceX, Google, Northrop, and Stanford. Our team worked firsthand on over 100 launches, including training and coordinating operations for multiple astronauts who successfully traveled to space and back. Epsilon3 is the result of decades of learning and delivers on the promise of making testing and operations as efficient, error-free, and enjoyable as possible. We are backed by Y Combinator and other world-class investors.
We are looking for site reliability engineers to join our team who are passionate about space and building scalable, reliable, and secure software. You will be responsible for building and supporting complex infrastructure and deployment scenarios. We are currently using technologies such as React, CouchDB, AWS GovCloud, and TypeScript, and we expect our stack will evolve rapidly over time as we hone our solutions and approach.
This is an exciting role in a fast-growing company. The ideal candidate is someone who has experience building scalable and robust distributed systems from design to production and deployment.
Some of the technical challenges we’re undertaking:
The interview process starts off with a 45 minute, 1:1, technical interview with an engineer on our team. You’ll run through some coding exercises and CS fundamentals, learn more about the product and current tools used, plus get a quick overview of the day-to-day at Epsilon3. The second step will be additional 45 minute, 1:1 interviews with our co-founders and additional members of our engineering team. These interviews will focus on culture fit as well as technical skills. We like to keep our process short and sweet as we know time is very valuable. After the second interview, we're at the offer stage!
Epsilon3 is the OS for spacecraft and complex operations. We are a small growing team of engineers formerly from SpaceX, Google, and Stanford. Our team worked firsthand on over 100 launches, including training and coordinating operations for multiple astronauts who successfully traveled to space and back. We are taking everything we learned and building software to make testing and operations as efficient, error-free, and enjoyable as possible.