ELK Engineer

  • Job Category
    Banking and Finance, Consulting, Information Technology
  • Job level
  • Contract type
    Contract, Full Time
  • Location
  • Salary
    S$6000 - S$10500

Job Description

As an ELK Engineer, you will be in a hands-on role, which consists of building and maintaining a centralized logs platform and onboarding applications to that platform through automation and coaching.

Your Mission:

• Designing and implementing solutions for centralized logs, infrastructure and health metrics, distributed tracing for Wealth Management applications.

• Influencing other teams and engineering groups in adopting logging best practices.

• Closely work with teams maintaining legacy applications for log standardization (and correlation).

• Driving improvements to processes and design enhancements to continuously improve the production environment.

• Troubleshooting problems, involving the appropriate resources and driving resolution of issues with a focus on minimizing impact to our customers. 

• Applying best practices for managing cluster, scaling, and capacity planning.

Skills & Experience: 

• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required

• 5+ years of overall experience in professional software engineering; 

• At least 4+ years of hands-on experience with ELK

• At least 1+ years of hands-on experience with Ansible and Docker


• ELK stack administration experience

• Understanding of Query DSL, index, mappings, shard allocation, and segments

• Experience with automation/configuration management using Ansible

• Ability to use a wide variety of open source technologies and cloud services

• Ability to code using Java

• Knowledge of best practices and IT operations in an always-up, always-available service

• Strong critical thinker with problem-solving aptitude. 


• Elastic certification

• Experience with MongoDB, Redis, Kafka

• Experience with Application Performance Monitoring and microservices applications

• Experience with Docker, Kubernetes

• Contributing to open source projects

Closing on 20 Mar 2021