We are looking for a DevOps Software Engineer, working in the IT (excluding Telecommunication) industry in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States.
Design, implement, document and maintain AWS CI/CD pipelines and deployment architectures, in a lead capacity, using industry and CoE prescribed best practices including the implementation of metrics gathering and reporting, QA automation, security scan tooling, cost controls/auto-scaling, and HA/DR capabilities.
Understand application development and deployment workflows and be able to directly embed with and materially support other product teams as a DevOps SME when not directly supporting DevOps CoE initiatives.
Champion DevOps CoE goals and provide relevant guidance and mentor-ship within the CoE team and across product teams.
The pay range we are offering is 80 to 82 per hour. This position may present an opportunity to go permanent.
Our client is a people driven staffing company. Growing fast - 33% annually!
How? Building trusting relationships with top candidates. Like you! You’ll get one-on-one time focused on your skills, needs, and discovering opportunities in which you’ll thrive. The goal is to place you in the right position for you and your goals.
Where? Top IT and telecommunications companies. You’ll make a difference and grow in Technology, Government Services, Professional Services, or Engineering.
Helping you achieve your goals! It’s the right way and the only way to succeed in staffing.
Experience Required for Your Success
Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as computer science, computer engineering or related field required
10+ years of experience required
AWS Cloud Solution Architect certification or equivalent experience
A solid foundation in computer science and networking concepts
Java-centric experience is desirable
AWS infrastructure and deployment services
Docker and Kubernetes
CI/CD automation using GitLab/Team City
Test/Security compliance automation
Metrics and Monitoring/Reporting automation
Deployment patterns (Blue-green, Canary, Dark launches)
RedHat Openshift is nice to have
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible? Apply here.