Long Term Stock Exchange

Accelerating the transition into a new kind of capitalism.

Systems Reliability Engineer at Long Term Stock Exchange

Location
NEW YORK, OR REMOTE IN NJ, CT, FL, MD, GA / Remote
Job Type
Full-time
Experience
6+ years
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About the role

About Us LTSE supports companies in all stages of growth committed to long-term value creation, and the investors who share their values. We offer software and services for company-building and pursuing a path to the public markets, a U.S. national securities exchange for new and existing public companies, and a coalition for the exchange of ideas between companies and like-minded investors.

We believe in the power of a public market that supports continuous success for all stakeholders, including employees, investors, and their communities. We’re helping innovation and value creation flourish for now and far into the future through long-term investment, experimentation, and sustainable scaling,

Lead LTSE investors include Founders Fund, Collaborative Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Obvious Ventures, Uprising, and Initialized. LTSE was founded by Eric Ries, an entrepreneur, New York Times-bestselling author, and the creator of the Lean Startup methodology.

The Role An opportunity to join the team responsible for the reliability and resiliency of one of the newest US stock exchanges. You’ll be learning about interesting problems around critical high-performing, low-latency distributed systems while trying to improve the capital markets.

In this role you’ll design, build and operate key infrastructure as it relates to the trading platform, while also having an opportunity to gain insights and learn how markets work from the inside. You’ll own deployment pipelines, monitoring, and capacity and performance of the systems as you become increasingly responsible for a highly regulated piece of core financial infrastructure.

You Are: -Experienced in designing and operating distributed systems in production, ideally with exposure to event driven systems. -Capable of and excited by designing capacity and performance engineering plans for high performance low-latency systems. -Experienced in systems level software development. -Experienced operating systems with strict regulatory or information security compliance requirements. -Able to find eloquent technical solutions accounting for competing requirements from areas of concern such as the business, the rule book, regulatory requirements, and information security. -Comfortable becoming the domain expert who’s sought out by others. -Knowledgeable in learning from how complex systems fail and want to help own and iterate on our incident management and learning review processes. -A great communicator who loves explaining complex concepts and understands the importance of good documentation.

We’re looking for someone who has: -Experience in software or scripting languages (Python 3, golang, Bash are preferred). -Been responsible for production systems including incident management. -Expert knowledge of Linux and system administration, including networking. -Experience automating away systems, process and toil. Production systems experience with regulated systems (financial, health, fintech, etc). -Built and supported systems on top of GCP’s offerings. -An understanding of the challenges in bringing observability (o11y) to complex distributed systems.

Nice to haves: -You are curious and practice operating with a beginners mindset. -You enjoy reasoning through complex problems that arise from complex systems. -You already embrace Lean Startup methodology, experimentation and feedback-oriented development.

Benefits include: -People. Work in a mission-based company with skilled, committed, and supportive teammates who share your desire to create a new kind of public market, and have a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. -Excellent medical, dental and vision benefits. -A commitment to a sustainable work environment, including an unlimited vacation policy that requires team members take a minimum of three weeks vacation per year. -401k. -Cell phone reimbursement. -Computer and home office setup.

LTSE is committed to championing the inclusion of women and underrepresented employees at the earliest stages of the company’s life. We believe that inclusion is a team effort, and every team member is expected to participate in building a welcoming and representative culture.

LTSE is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected status.

We enthusiastically work to make our application and interview processes accessible for candidates with disabilities.

Why you should join Long Term Stock Exchange

LTSE supports companies in all stages of growth committed to long-term value creation, and the investors who share their values. We offer software and services for company-building and pursuing a path to the public markets, a U.S. national securities exchange for new and existing public companies, and a coalition for the exchange of ideas between companies and like-minded investors.

We believe in the power of a public market that supports continuous success for all stakeholders, including employees, investors, and their communities. We’re helping innovation and value creation flourish for now and far into the future through long-term investment, experimentation, and sustainable scaling,

Lead LTSE investors include Founders Fund, Collaborative Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Obvious Ventures, Uprising, and Initialized. LTSE was founded by Eric Ries, an entrepreneur, New York Times-bestselling author, and the creator of the Lean Startup methodology.