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Site Reliability Engineer (SRE)

Degica Musashino, Tokyo
  • 💴 No salary range given
  • 🏡 Fully remote
  • 🧪 Minimum years of experience unspecified
  • 💬 No Japanese required
  • 🌏 Apply from abroad
  • 🧳 Relocate to Japan

About Degica

Degica Musashino, Tokyo

About the position

You will build and improve infrastructure surrounding Degica’s e-commerce and payment platforms by making Degica’s services highly reliable, efficient, and scalable. You will do this by automating all things infrastructure.


  • Develop and automate tooling around infrastructure and monitoring
  • Work hand-in-hand with engineers to improve CI/CD workflows
  • Help improve and formalize disaster recovery at Degica by shortening time to restore service in production
  • Help automate against latest vulnerabilities by services up date

Skills & Requirements

  • Experience writing code in at least one major programming language
  • Past experience developing tooling around cloud-based infrastructure
  • Strong knowledge working with Linux-based systems
  • Strong knowledge around networking and security

Good to have

  • Experience working with AWS and CloudFormation
  • Knowledge of the Ruby programming language
  • Previous experience developing web applications
  • Able to speak Japanese, but not required


  • All national holidays observed
  • One week of summer vacation in addition to regular vacation
  • Opportunities to travel to developer and partner conferences
  • Motorized sitting / standing desks


6,000,000 - 10,000,000 yen / year

Includes (rough estimate of) profit share. Based on experience and skill level

Meet Degica's Developers

Kazunori initially joined Degica as a web application engineer, but by identifying problems he wanted to fix, his role shifted first to VP of Infrastructure, and then VP of Payment Products.

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Becoming CTO of Degica

with Richard Ramsden

After graduating from university, Richard came to Japan and found a job as a software developer. Eventually he joined Degica, where he rose to the role of CTO.

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