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DevOps Engineer- C2H- Tampa in Tampa, FL at Vaco

Date Posted: 12/3/2018

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Job Description

Vaco is looking for a DevOps Engineer for our client in Tampa.

As the new DevOps Engineer, you will be in charge of the specification and documentation of the new project features. In addition, you will be developing new features and writing scripts for automation using Perl/Python/Groovy/Java/Bash.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage the methods of deployment (development, testing and production) and the processes and tools required to execute those deployments.
  • Manage the continuous integration systems used to build digital products.
  • Manage the software development tools used by the development team and ensure they are scalable and failure proof.
  • Create failure management processes and tools so outages can be handled without causing a loss of delivery.
  • Champion changes to tools and processes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the development team.
  • Manage issue tracking and agile development tools (Atlassian JIRA).
  • Automate parts of the development delivery process using scripts and other appropriate tools.
  • Document processes and user guides for integrated tools and scripts.
  • Devise and develop analytical methods and tools to measure the efficiency of products and processes.
  • Advise on new technologies and methodologies by becoming an expert in emerging technologies and tools.

Qualifications & Educational requirements:

  • Educated to degree standard in Computer Science or (or similar engineering discipline) equivalent.
  • Should have experience operating in virtual environments.
  • Should have experience with both Windows and Unix based operating systems
  • Must have a good knowledge of deployment and configuration technologies (e.g. gitlab, CI, ansible tower and terraform).
  • Must have a good working knowledge of source control technologies (e.g.Git, subversion).
  • Must have a good working knowledge of one or more scripting languages (e.g. Python, Ruby)
  • At least 3 years of professional experience