DevSecOps Lead


Full Time

  • Work from home
  • 25% Travel



Job Description

  • Lead a team of Cloud and DevSecOps engineers serving a large diverse team of multidisciplinary professionals defining and supporting the DevSecOps and CI/CD platforms across a portfolio of systems
  • Ensure systems and platforms are operational per established SLAs; lead team for support activities
  • Operate and collaborate on meeting mission objectives in a multi-vendor environment
  • Articulate and lead the implementation of key design patterns and enable their incorporation by all customers of the environment
  • Work with Federal agency leadership to gain insights into cloud options and review agency cloud strategic plans
  • Drive DevSecOps Adoption Strategy of the provided platform with your vision and industry experience
  • Maintain and share best practices in cloud performance measurement, migration, and implementation based on leading industry trends
  • Possess hands on knowledge of Infrastructure as Code (e.g., Terraform, Ansible, MS Templating, etc.) and working knowledge of modern programming languages (e.g., Python, JavaScript, Go, .Net, Java, etc.)
  • Must have an excellent working knowledge of DevSecOps engineering, tools & technologies, like Kubernetes, Jenkins, SonarQube, etc.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify and master new technologies
  • Possess strong leadership skills and drive research-based decisions supported by thorough alternative analysis
  • Demonstrate intimate knowledge of AWS, cloud-native system development, and modern software architecture to ensure the efficient development of stable, scalable, resilient applications
  • Provide expertise in operationalized metrics and site reliability engineering
Experience with Federal agency or enterprise level cloud strategy and implementation

Experience with cloud procurements, migrations, optimizations and performance measurements
Experience advising IT leaders and C-suite executives based on previous related experience, industry best practices, current trends, and lessons learned from other public sector initiatives
Experience conducting open-source research, analyzing policies, and performing data analysis,
Minimum of 7 years of professional experience working in various phases of cloud projects
Good knowledge of AWS cloud network and services (e.g.: VPC / EC2 / Docker / Kubernetes / Availability Zones / Scaling / RDS / SQS / SNS )

Educational Qualifications:
BS in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent
Cloud trainings or certifications from major providers such as AWS and Azure.
Agile engineering principles, Scrum agile trainings or certifications

Work Authorization: US citizenship required in order to obtain a DHS Public Trust clearance