Senior Infrastructure Engineer


(Hybrid) Cambridge England, GB

Job ID:  52386
Category:  Software

Stratasys is a world leader in 3D printing!​

Stratasys is leading the global shift to additive manufacturing with innovative 3D printing solutions for industries such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products and healthcare. Through smart and connected 3D printers, polymer materials, a software ecosystem, and parts on demand, Stratasys solutions deliver competitive advantages at every stage in the product value chain. The world’s leading organizations turn to Stratasys to transform product design, bring agility to manufacturing and supply chains, and improve patient care.   
In this role: We are seeking Infrastructure Engineers who are passionate about building and maintaining world-class cloud infrastructure using industry-leading technologies including AWS, Terraform, Docker and Helm.  The position is based in our Cambridge, UK office, we support hybrid working but you will need to live in a commutable distance.  If you’re good, passionate and love to build great products then read on. Exact job descriptions never fit the bill 100% - if you’re good, we want you, come and be part of Stratasys, a pioneer in 3D printing. 


As an Infrastructure Engineer, you will be working on Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Deployment (CD), Cloud Infrastructure and Infrastructure as Code for cutting-edge software for 3D printing. We’ve been at the forefront of 3D printing innovation for more than 25 years. We’re trusted worldwide by leading manufacturers and groundbreaking designers, makers, thinkers and doers.  


  • Providing a high-quality Infrastructure to improve current product and platform offerings and building new product and platform offerings. 

  • Support the software organization in adopting a Platform strategy at the infrastructure level 

What you will be doing: 

  • 70% execution, we don't spend a lot of time in meetings,  

  • 10% meetings, we subscribe to an agile methodology through scrum 

  • 10% working with co-workers, our team collaborates and listens to all viewpoints, we regularly stay behind after standup to discuss an issue and how we think we could solve it. 

  • 10% learning and training, we are committed to on-going personal improvement  

  • You will be part of a high-powered software Infrastructure team committed to producing world-changing products. 

  • Changing the way engineers and designers work. 


  • Unlimited access to industry leading 3D printers, colleagues print a huge variety of parts FDM or PolyJet (take a look at the GrabCAD website to see what is possible with our printers) 

  • The Cambridge, UK site is small (around 30 people), so there is the benefit of working for a larger company with the feel of a start-up 

  • Friendly coworkers and no rigid hierarchy, weekly pub trips as well as quarterly socials, talking to the VP of Software Engineering will feel no different than to your teammates. Weekly Friday meeting where anything is available to talk about, and questions are encouraged. 

  • We see your role as developing infrastructure to enable engineers to print in 3D, intelligently.


 Must have for this role: 

  • Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering or similar 

  • 5+ years experience in a Cloud Infrastructure role 

  • Hands-on experience with AWS (Networking, Compute, Serverless, billing), Terraform, Helm and Docker: design, security, best practices. 

  • Experience creating and/or maintaining production software delivery pipelines using CI/CD tools(Such as Jenkins, TeamCity, Etc.) 

  • Production experience with Kubernetes  

 Nice to have: 

  • Experience with Python 

  • Experience with Redis, Postgres, Elasticsearch  

  • Experience with Ruby and/or Chef a plus 


Travel required: 3% No essential travel but there will be opportunities to visit sites etc.

What​ ​you​ ​will​ ​be​ ​part​ ​of:


Additional Information:


We offer a generous benefits package including:

  • Income protection insurance
  • Death in service insurance
  • Critical illness cover, plus optional Health and Dental care. ​
  • Competitive salary, bonus scheme​
  • Employee stock purchase plan (ESPP)​
  • Excellent career development and training opportunities​
  • Employee Assistance Programs including virtual GP service, helplines and access to counselling​
  • 25 days holiday plus a day for your birthday, and Bank Holidays​
  • 3D printers for development and personal usage
  • International working experience: We work with teams in Estonia, UK, USA and Israel. A collaborative approach is encouraged.
  • Highly skilled developers (Learn, contribute and grow)


Why you'll love it here...

  • Get to know the latest and future 3D printing solutions
  • Participate in work-related conferences and trade shows
  • Change the world by enabling innovative applications for 3D printing
  • Modern Development Environment - React, React-three-fiber, Flux, Electron, ZeroMQ, Protobuf, Typescript, Javascript, C#, C++, VSCode, Github, NUnit
  • Continuous Integration - TeamCity, Chef, Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, Jenkins
  • Scrum - JIRA, Google Docs, Metabase, integrated QA
  • Friendly and inspiring environment
  • Relaxed informal open plan office, in Cambridge city centre
  • Fun quarterly team events and social get togethers. Wednesday deliveroo in the office and Friday pub lunch!
  • Free tea, coffee and fruit plus Beer Fridays


Testimonials from the team:

“I find it thrilling to work here! It is like working at an agile startup while being a stable corporate company. The people are both professional and friendly at the same time.”
Yasin – Software Engineer, Estonia
“In my experience, companies always flaunt a focus on employee culture and satisfaction. It did not take me long to realise they actually put their money where their mouth is. The company have been extremely proactive ensuring I have a comfortable and pleasant experience, and everyone is a joy to work with.”
Graham- Senior Software Engineer, UK