As the Lead DevOps Engineer, you'll work closely with application delivery teams and other enterprise teams to enable DevOps culture and advance Continuous Delivery capabilities. Your focus will be in the areas of advocating and improving Developer Experience, automation of CI/CD Pipeline and underlying toolchain, and enabling application delivery teams to achieve agility. In this role, you'll influence the culture and strategic direction of DevOps adoption throughout the organization, help lead the team towards fully automated, lights-off, cloud-first application deployments, and explore/introduce new tools, techniques, and practices into the organization to maximize business value and agility.
Must have qualifications:
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in an Information Technology discipline or related field of study (e.g., Computer Science, Software Engineering, Telecommunication, Math) and minimum of six years working with operating system hardware and/or software components in designing and scripting infrastructure solutions.
Instead of degree, minimum of eight years related experience listed in above bullet point is acceptable.
- Experience designing and implementing Continuous Delivery architectural patterns and cloud (AWS, Azure) infrastructure solutions
- Experience in source code management, continuous integration, and automated deployment and management using tools like GIT, Azure DevOps, Maven/Gradle, Jenkins, OpenShift/Kubernetes/Docker, Terraform, and Puppet
- Experience in multiple scripting languages such as PowerShell, Bash, Go, Python or similar languages
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