Experienced Platform Engineer to set the roadmap, lead the design and development of our ‘Day2’ platform and to be an integral part of realizing our Day2 vision.


  • Architect and engineer components that powers DAY2 platform
  • Work with a passionate, distributed team in solving complex infrastructure problems
  • Take pride in building a secure, scalable and highly performant distributed platform that connects multiple cloud platform like AWS, Azure, GCP
  • Build and be a part of a world class team, mentor and guide team members to become great engineers


  • 10+ years of experience in building SaaS, cloud or related platforms
  • Hands on experience with server-side development, ideally with Python & Golang (you will have plenty of opportunities to master them on the job)
  • Experience and excellent knowledge in at least one cloud platform
  • Experience with one or more of the following: Cloud functions (AWS Lambda, Azure functions), Kubernetes, Docker
  • Drive to get their hands dirty by building the platform and lead by example
  • Effective communication and collaboration skills
  • Self-driven and motivated with strong work ethic
  • A deep empathy for customers who are undergoing digital and cloud transformation; and as a result self-identify as cloud evangelist.

Why MontyCloud?

MontyCloud is a Seattle based Intelligent Cloud Operations (CloudOps) startup. Our vision is to empower IT teams to become cloud powerhouses. We are a passionate team that is on a mission to simplify how customers adopt public cloud and achieve their digital transformation goals. We believe each person contributes through their own unique talents and we pride in empowering our team to help shape the company from the ground up. We have been highlighted as one of the Top 10 innovative startups by Amazon AWS.

MontyCloud’s DAY2™ (DAY2™) is born-in-the cloud, Events-driven SaaS platform enabling customers to simplify CloudOps with No-Code. DAY2™ is also an Amazon AWS certified Cloud Management Platform.


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