How It Works

Since almost two years ago, I started DevOpsLinks, a DevOps technology watch and online community focused on both technology and culture.

This community was growing every day and we moved from 1 to 2 to dozens to hundreds and now we are few thousands members of IT experts, developers, ops engineers and DevOps enthusiasts.

I have been contacted by recruiters and headhunters several times to post job offers to the community newsletter and it was an efficient way to get the attention of job seekers.

That’s why I launched Jobs For Devops, a job board dedicated to the Devops ecosystem where (depending on the plan):

  • A recruiter can post job offers
  • The job will be featured in the community newsletter
  • The job is then shared in the community Slack team chat in a dedicated channel (#jobs) that was created for this purpose

This way, we guarantee that the job post will be seen by professionals that are really looking for new opportunities.

 

If You Are Hiring

You can easily create an account and start sharing your job offers with our DevOps community members.

In my experience, DevOps hiring isn’t a simple thing since both technical and cultural criterias are examined during the hiring process that's why I wrote an article about effective hiring that could help you identify the best candidate and it could help: DevOps Hiring Explained In 10 Points

If this sounds like something that will make your recruitment process easier, I will be happy to hear to your suggestions and questions.

 

If You Are Seeking For New opportunities

You can create a profile in one click using your Linkedin account and your profile will be imported automatically.

You can also set up a job alert using the widget in the sidebar of the platform.

If you want to test some of your knowledge, check The Must Know Checklist For DevOps & Site Reliability Engineers.

Don’t forget to join the community and receive job updates in the weekly newsletter.

If this sounds like something that will make finding new opportunities easier, I will be happy to hear to your suggestions and questions.