• Dev-Ops Engineer

    Job Locations US-MA-North Reading
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/25/2018 4:52 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1267
    Organization
    Engineering
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    TraceLink is seeking a full-time Dev-Ops Engineer to join our team and focus on our build
    infrastructure and operation. If you’re self-motivated, intellectually curious and motivated by supporting global organizations, you could be a good fit for our tea

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    The Dev-Ops Engineer is responsible for the design, implementation, maintenance, and operation of build systems, release-centric components, as well as all related activities within the build and release process.

     

    You will:
    ∙ Develop and improve the build systems that takes advantage of our cloud-based
    architecture.
    ∙ Maintain code branches and perform integrations across branches using Git
    ∙ Work closely with our QA and Development teams
    ∙ Actively participate the release phases of the software development lifecycle

    ∙ Automate the build and release of multiple projects

    ∙ Prioritize multiple tasks based on project urgency

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    Skills and Requirements:
    Candidates must possess the following skills and traits:
    ∙ 1-2 years of Dev-Ops experience
    ∙ Experience in scripting (bash, ruby, python, etc)
    ∙ Experience with version control (Git)

    ∙ Experience with build tools (Jenkins, Maven, Docker, Gradle)
    ∙ Experience with software build and release best practices: version control, continuous integration, and software life cycle
    ∙ Excellent communication skills; ability to communicate effectively and clearly, and
    collaborate with other disciplines
    ∙ BS degree in computer science or engineering or equivalent required

    Helpful skills and experience:
    ∙ Experience working in an Agile development environment
    ∙ Experience with Amazon AWS deployment and services

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