DevOps Engineer- Partial Remote Two Days a Week!

Averity - New York, NY, United States

The unquestioned leader worldwide in Test Preparation & Education has an immediate need to grow their large DevOps team! Located in Midtown Manhattan, they are already running in a pure AWS environment with no bare metal servers. They are investing heavily in Amazon Web Services now & are looking to grow their team even more.

The company offers an amazing work life balance in which from the day you start, you work from home two days a week.

HOWEVER, THEY ARE ONLY LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE CURRENTLY LOCATED IN THE NYC Area

What You'll Be Doing :

  • Approximately 20% of your job will be AWS & DevOps R&D (Find interesting & cool tech and then see if it fits into the goals of the team)
  • Approximately 40 % of your job Will be Development - They run a Ruby / Chef/ AWS/ Docker Stack
  • The final 40% of the role is Automation. Their motto is that nothing has to be automated twice to make everyone's job easier, so automation is a really big deal to them
  • You'll also be working with tech such as Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, & other cool tech

What You Need to Have :

  • A Very Open Mind & are really into collaborating with others
  • Strong AWS experience (cli , coding within AWS etc..)
  • Ruby is a requirement. Any kind of Ruby, whether it's Ruby Scripting , Chef, Puppet, etc.
  • Any experience with Docker and / or Kubernetes is a big plus.

Salary-$155k *depends on experience

 

Any interest in learning more?

Please contact Chad.Goldstein@averityteam.com

 

Averity is a collaborative, supportive, and respectful environment comprised of people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. These differences, combined with a team attitude and an open communication environment, are what lead us to innovation and an unparalleled experience for everyone we interact with



Posted On: Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Compensation: $125,000-$155,000

Tagged: DevOps


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