Wellington Steele and Associates

  • DevOps Engineer

    Location US-CT-Norwalk
  • Overview

    We’re working with our client to find them a Sr. DevOps Engineer.


    This job can be located in either Rochester, NY or Boston, MA


    You will work with other engineers to identify workflow pain points and develop their solutions.


    As a Sr. DevOps Engineer you will work through the continuous delivery pipeline ensuring stable, maintainable, scalable, and secure applications and platforms.


    The DevOps roles require both senior level Linux engineer/administration along with a solid software development/engineering background.



    • Be the bridge between software and systems engineering
    • Identify trends in need of a larger solution, beyond the scope of the immediate problem
    • Design and champion best practices within the organization
    • Solve complex and challenging problems with simple, maintainable, and scalable solutions
    • Utilize Open Source solutions where appropriate to stand on the shoulders of giants



    • 3+ years of experience as a Software Engineer (Java or C or c#) developing and maintaining an applications
    • Experience with Linux administration (full stack or devops experience counts)
    • Experience with scripting and systems automation (bash, python, etc.)
    • Proficiency with git and ideally experience with collaborative use of GitHub or GitLab
    • A passion for configuration management; Puppet preferred, Ansible/Chef/Salt acceptable
    • Experience with infrastructure as code tools, e.g. Terraform, OpenStack Heat, etc.
    • The ability to quickly acquire new skills and thrive in a team-based environment
    • The ability to effectively manage time and push multiple projects at once
    • A willingness to perform other related duties as assigned
    • Being willing to periodically travel as required
    • Being available for off hours/on-call support; required



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