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1. Chief Information Officer

$$$ Chief Information Officer

The duties of a Chief Information Officer include, but are not limited, to the following:

Develop, maintain, and grow our eCommerce and Service Provider infrastructure, while maintaining a very high level to security and availability to our growing community. Report directly to the CEO. Assure compliance with European standards, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Understand and be able to handle the GDPR requirement for Groove Digital, including its datacenters in Europe. Lead and supervise the streaming of infrastructure, cameras, Audio (Dante) and Video (NDI). Apply knowledge of Rancher, Kubernetes and Docker. Manage Git software, including hosted version of GitLab. Manage Wiki.JS and handle all related compliance documentation. Apply expertise in ASP.NET Core, to be able to understand our proxy infrastructure. Apply expertise in PHP, coding and security to all company projects. Use Docker Compose to apply processes and pipelines for deployment. Apply knowledge of Longhorn to understand the underlying storage infrastructure. Supervise company infrastructure using Centreon. Supervise and direct network, VPN IPSEC, VPN SSL, as it is in use in the infrastructure. Direct and oversee streaming, Wowza server and WEBRTC, to be used in our GrooveMinar and FitClass project. Serve as a team player and tackle challenges with enthusiasm.

Minimum Prerequisites:

Two years management experience in the design, development and maintenance of hosting infrastructure systems.

Job Location

200 E Palmetto Park Road, Suite 107, Boca Raton, FL 33432

Resumes to:

Matt Serralta at [email protected]


You can help GROOVE DIGITAL LLC, a friend, and yourself by participating in the GROOVE DIGITAL LLC Employee Referral Program. If you are an eligible employee, you can earn a cash award of $500 or 2 days of paid leave if you refer an external applicant who is hired to a designated, open position at GROOVE DIGITAL LLC.

Who is an Eligible Employee?

The Employee Referral Program is open to all regularly employed staff.

What is a Designated Open Position? 

Human Resources will list designated open positions and department heads can designate any position for participation in the program. Three dollar symbols ($$$) before the job title will be used in the weekly job posting to identify participating jobs. Employees will be notified of new job opportunities through a posting on the employer’s bulletin board where all notices are routinely placed. Further, all opportunities listed on our employee website are included in the employee referral program.

How do I Refer An External Applicant?

An Employee Referral Form may be obtained from the Office of Human Resources . Fill out the form or a copy of it. The applicants you refer must have this form attached to the resumes or applications that they submit to the Office of Human Resources. You cannot refer anyone who has already applied to the Office of Human Resources, who already works at GROOVE DIGITAL LLC, or anyone who has worked here within the last twelve months. This includes regular, student, and casual employees, as well as employees working at GROOVE DIGITAL LLC through temporary agencies. 

How Do I Get My Cash Award or Paid Leave

The hiring department will pay you a cash award of $500 (subject to taxes) if the person you referred is hired for a designated position and completes six months of continuous employment. You must be employed by GROOVE DIGITAL LLC at that time to collect payment.

The Office of Human Resources reserves the right to determine whether or not referred applicants are qualified for positions covered by the program. If a referred applicant is hired for a non-designated position, no award will be paid. GROOVE DIGITAL LLC may modify or discontinue this program at any time. Should the program be discontinued, any in-process referrals will be handled on an individual basis.

In the event an applicant is referred from more than one source; for example, from two employees, or an employee and an employment agency, the deciding factor will be the date of receipt of the referral within the Office of Human Resources. The Office of Human Resources will inform the participating parties when such situations arise.