System Administrator

Vacancy available in Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Join us to work on Divinity: Original Sin 2, sequel to Gamespot’s PC Game of the Year, which won over 150 awards and nominations with a 94/100 Metacritic rating!

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  • Configure, deploy and maintain global development services on Unix platforms – p4, jira, vpn tunnels, etc.

  • Maintain and configure internal office network, including special cases to emulate various end-user NAT configurations.

  • Assemble, configure and maintain workstations for developers in SPb office.

  • Help QA team with testing development tools and pipelines.



  • Good knowledge of Linux server systems and configuration.

  • Good knowledge of networking: routing, unix firewall principles, dhcp, dns, vpn (openvpn).

  • Experience with basic deployment and configuration of web applications: nginx, php-fpm, uwsgi, etc.

  • Knowledge of common scripting languages for UNIX administration.

  • Basic knowledge of Windows workstation administration and PC hardware.

  • Readiness to experiment with new technologies and software to meet development requirements and limitations.

  • Good communication skills in spoken/written English.

  • You are a team player and willing to take responsibility.



  • Experience in programming and/or scripting.

  • Experience in QA in software and tools.

  • Experience with perforce.

  • Knowledge of Ruby.

  • Knowledge of FreeBSD.


We offer:

  • Work within an international Larian Studios team, spread between Belgium, Canada, Ireland and Russia

  • Competitive salary proposal

  • Relocation package to Saint Petersburg

  • Additional medical insurance

  • Employment in accordance with the Labor Code of Russian Federation

  • Comfortable office in the center of Saint Petersburg


Apply: with “System Administrator” in the Subject.

Submit a CV with a motivational letter in English about yourself, your work and gaming experience, and why you want to work at Larian to

English is a working language in our company: be ready for the interview in English.