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Deployment Manager

Product line: Amity Bots

About the role:

As a Deployment Manager for Amity Bots , you will be responsible for managing deployment playbooks and making sure that the sequence of events during a release process is run smoothly and accurately.

Your Day to Day: 

  • Coordinating deployments of Eko application with developers, DevOps, Customer Success, and Customer Support teams
  • Planning and scheduling deployments for applications and configuration changes
  • Helping team diagnose and solve problems found during deployments
  • Documentation of all applications release and configuration notes
  • Facilitate meetings to ensure all engineering stakeholders are up to date with the deployment of releases
  • Support developers build applications and configure them with internal tools (no coding required)
  • Continuously improving the release process and tracking its efficiency.

Your experience should include; 

  • PC knowledge - software and hardware
  • Good communication and analytical skills
  • Fluent in the English language

Our Top Candidates will have: 

  • Coding experience, a big plus
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field OR any experience in software engineering or quality assurance

What’s in it for you: 

  • Comprehensive Healthcare package
  • Flexible hours
  • Paid vacation
  • Travel benefits
  • Team outings, lunches, and bonding activities
  • Work in our gorgeous office in Bangkok, Thailand
  • Thai masseuse in the office (ooh la laaa) 
  • Work with distributed teams globally in Amsterdam, Austin, Bangkok, London, and Milan
  • Visibility of your results and direct impact on the product
  • A collaborative, respectful environment where your voice will always be heard
  • Many More – We have a whole team dedicated to making Amity an awesome place to work!


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