Looking for a DevOps Engineer to join our IT infrastructure department. This is a key role that focuses on building and maintaining the tooling and infrastructure used to automate the security, configuration management, deployment, and upgrade processes for servers. This individual will work on developing the automated pipelines as well as providing consulting services to application and infrastructure teams in automated CI/CD, test and release automation. This role will be responsible for the
2 Years
Full Time
Devops Engineer Duties & Responsibilities
• Provide on-going operational support of the DevOps tools and services supporting on-prem and hybrid cloud environments
• Strengthen and maintain the monitoring and management of the infrastructure and build/deployment processes.
• Design and engineer the DevOps CI\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\CD tooling and platform roadmap and own the lifecycle of these platforms. Including suggesting Unit Tests to the app dev teams and code quality automation.
• Seamlessly integrate DevOps with infrastructure and automation orchestration platforms through established architectural patterns (e.g. APIs)
• Ensure all services are hardened and security best practices are followed during the automated processes

DevOps Engineer Requirements & Skills
• 3+ years of DevOps experience
• Experience supporting mission critical Linux and Windows systems at scale
• Strong skills in configuration management of Linux and Windows systems
• Direct experience with DevOps in Azure and AWS
• Experience in multiple scripting languages Python, Powershell
• Strong cloud automation experience Salt
• Expertise with on-prem/cloud monitoring and management systems
• Expertise in CI/CD and code quality tools
• Strong problem solving and analytical skills
• Experience supporting cloud networking
• Experience with cloud security principles and best practices
• Expertise in Git
• Strong communication skills
• Ability to multitask, work well under pressure and prioritize work against competing deadlines and changing business priorities

This is a non-salaried role and will require raising financial support to cover costs.

The position holder will need to have overlap in work hours with European Time Zone by at least 2-3 hours each day.

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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