Do you want to develop the build setup and infrastructure for cutting-edge sports tracking products used by some of the best athletes in the world? Are you passionate about DevOps and software quality and interested in using your skills to help build world-leading sports tracking software in a fast-paced and creative environment? If this sounds like an exciting challenge, we’d love to hear from you!
As part of the company's continued expansion, we are looking for a DevOps engineer to play a significant role in our tracking department to help structure and implement the infrastructure and tools needed to support the growth in the department. You will work with gifted colleagues from a range of backgrounds working on developing the tracking software that is the core of what TrackMan does.
You will be joining a skilled team responsible for a broad range of tasks and tools all centered around building robust production-ready tracking systems and making the infrastructure that makes it possible to effectively do this. We are a group passionate about quality code and driving initiatives to continuously mature and improve how we develop software in the tracking department and value everyone pitching their ideas and leading the way in championing best practices for systems design and architecture, automated testing, code structure, and CI/CD to name a few.
The ideal candidate
We look for candidates who are passionate about DevOps and who can be a driver of continuous improvements in this domain. We are always looking for new improvements and finding the areas where the most gains can be made so would value someone with a similar mindset and drive for high quality software.
You have demonstrated skills in a DevOps engineer role or as a developer with a significant DevOps focus. You have experience with configuring and maintaining build pipelines and build servers – we work with Azure so experience with this stack is a plus. You know how code and repos can be structured efficiently and can assist others with designing and implementing new and more modular code setups.
In the department we work mainly in Python and C++ so some knowledge of these languages would be beneficial.
We have come a long way, but we set the bar high and there are lots more DevOps tools and practices we want to implement and would like our new colleague to be part of driving, so besides being strong technically - having an ambition for how software should be developed and knowledge of implementing processes conducive to high quality code is a big asset in this role.
You probably have experience with several of the topics below:
- Build Pipelines (Azure/Jenkins/Github/Gitlab) and Classic CI/CD good practices
- Setting up and working with Code Quality and Security Vulnerability Code Scanners Setup like Sonarcube or Blackduck
- Build Systems (Tox, CMake/Conan, or similar) and has knowledge of Compilation/Linking Basics and Software Packaging
- Containerization (Docker or the like)
What we offer
Great colleagues: In the tracking department you get to work with ambitious colleagues whose work make all of Trackman’s products possible and you get the opportunity to work with people from a range of backgrounds in hardware, embedded software, artificial intelligence, electrical engineering, computer science, mathematical modelling, physics, and mathematics.
Interesting Tasks: At TrackMan we are working at the cutting-edge of sports tracking and build products used by millions of users for practice and entertainment in golf, baseball, football, and American football – you get to be part of this exciting growth journey and work on a range of exciting tasks in these domains.
An opportunity to have a big impact: We have a flat management structure, and you get to have a significant impact on how we work and implement features and have a big say in refining and determining what foundational work the team will focus on in collaboration with the rest of your team.
Benefits: In addition to a competitive salary we offer: extra vacation days, paid parental leave, catered lunch, golf training in the summer, an employee club, and later this year a brand new headquarter with a gym, a state-of-the-art testing arena, and plenty of parking and public transport links all situated in a forested area north of Copenhagen.
Join the home of a powerful sports brand and a one-of-a-kind technology
Our proprietary technology is based on expert knowledge about radar, computer vision, data, and software engineering. Our solutions are developed by specialists who endlessly explore and challenge new technical boundaries. TrackMan’s blend of cutting-edge technology, sports, and continued growth make our company an outstanding place to work. Our work culture is entrepreneurial, ambitious, and rewarding as you get to collaborate with inspiring colleagues and interact with the leaders of golf, baseball, and football. Based on a unique brand reputation, we are proud to work in close partnership with the top athletes, organizations, and teams that rely on our technology to stay ahead of the race.
We are a Danish company founded, owned, and managed since 2003 by three entrepreneurs with a strong passion for sports. Today, we have a global footprint with our headquarters located in Denmark (Vedbaek) and offices in New York, Phoenix, Poland, Seoul and Tokyo. We employ over 650 people worldwide, half of which work in Denmark, where most hardware and software products are developed, tested, and manufactured.
Where innovation happens
At TrackMan, we know that great people make great products. We believe that teams thrive, and innovation sparks in an atmosphere where people are encouraged to think for themselves, where everybody’s voices are heard, and where the best ideas prevail in the pursuit of exceptional solutions. This mix makes TrackMan an inspiring company – for our customers and colleagues.
Share our Passion!
For additional information about the position, please contact team lead for Systems and Software, Aske Robenhagen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are continuously assessed, so please send your application as soon as possible.
The position is located in our Vedbæk (Denmark) office.