Kubernetes Security Engineer


Depends on Experience
Full Time


Site Reliability

Job Details

Job Tittle: Kubernetes Security Engineer
Duration: Full-time
Location: TX/FL/NJ (Hybrid 3 days onsite, Rest days remote)

About this Opportunity:

The Lead Platform Engineer is a Containers as a Service Security Site Reliability Engineer (CaaS SSRE) role and is focused on administering and supporting the Kubernetes Container Platform ecosystem for the organization, in both AWS public cloud and on premise. This includes managing container tenant provisioning, isolation, and capacity. This role works directly with infrastructure as code-based automation to manage the capacity of the overall platform and deliver new capacity and capabilities, as necessary. Successful candidates must have strong experience in Linux administration, virtualization, networking, and security, as well as providing first class level 3 support. This role has a specific focus that includes partnering with Cyber Security and Operation Technology Risk teams in leading the container security strategy. Additionally, understanding application development lifecycles as well as practical experience in working with continuous integration and continuous deployment tools as part of the container lifecycle will be useful. A prime candidate is proactive, can multitask and work autonomously to support multiple teams and initiatives.

Your Primary Responsibilities:
Manage the container platform ecosystem (installation, upgrade, patching, monitoring) through an automation first approach and mindset

Cluster capacity management and provisioning through automation of underlying hosts

Work with experienced team members to conduct root cause analysis of issues, review new and existing code and/or perform unit testing

Contribute to our Engineering Knowledge Base, documenting all design/architecture.

Be a key contributor to security and governance by leading the container security strategy in the CaaS team to ensure a secure, compliant, and resilient platform

Identify potential risks as well as provide guidance in remediation

Aligns risk and control processes into day to day responsibilities to monitor and mitigate risk; escalates appropriately

**NOTE: The Primary Responsibilities of this role are not limited to the details above. **
Talents Needed For Success:

Minimum of 6 years of related experience

Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent experience
Additional Qualifications:
Expertise in Linux administration

Expertise with container and orchestration solutions to include Kubernetes

Experience with using and managing continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) pipeline solutions

Experience with site reliability engineering, production systems, administration, network engineering, or cloud automation

Experience with protecting cloud platforms, including AWS, network, and container workloads

Experience in container security processes and technologies, including AquaSec

Knowledge in Kubernetes security

Knowledge of Cybersecurity concepts, including threats, vulnerabilities, security operations, encryption, boundary defense, auditing, and authentication

Knowledge of secure configuration guidelines, including CIS benchmarks

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