Senior DevOps Engineer and Systems Architect

Boston, Massachusetts
US$130000 - US$145000 per annum + Base Salary

Senior DevOps Engineer and Systems Architect

Boston, MA

$130,000-$145,000 base salary

THE COMPANY

Are you wondering what types of opportunities are available in the Boston market during this global pandemic?

As luck would have it, a really exciting client of mine in the health-tech domain are using Deep Learning and AI in order to help improve efficiency and effective patient communications and out care and are looking to bring on a talented and passionate Senior DevOps Engineer and Systems Architect to join their Boston team full time!

If you are looking to make a vital move up, laterally, or join a new exciting project using state of the art technologies, this could be the move for you!

THE ROLE

As the Senior DevOps Engineer and Systems Architect, you will be vital in the business' ability to automate manual workflows and have a highly scalable and robust foundation to pursue further predictive science, modeling, and robotics. Specifically, you will be tasked with the following key duties:

  • Utilizing your AWS expertise in order to administer and productionize EC2 instances
  • Oversee the team's microservices integration
  • Run CI/CD pipelines on Jenkins
  • Occasionally write back-end code in Python/Java as needed

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

In order to be competitively considered for the Senior DevOps and Systems Architect position, you will be someone with the following qualifications:

  • Have extensive professional experience working with the AWS tool stack
  • Are commercially proficient in running CI/CD pipelines on Jenkins
  • Have preferably used containerization/orchestration ex: Docker, Kubernetes
  • You are professionally capable and knowledgeable in working in a Linux environment
  • You have some commercial experience coding/scripting in Python or Java

THE BENEFITS

  • $130,000-$145,000 base annual salary based on experience level
  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • 401K
  • Relocation budget is offered as necessary
  • PTO, Vacation Days comprehensive package

***Please note that due to the current climate and urgency of the role, the client will unfortunately not be able to provide current or future sponsorship or transfer. ***

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