Hit the ground running & eat free catered meals

You’re confident in your technical abilities and you’re able to hit the ground running. But, let’s face it, no one likes to run on an empty stomach! In this DevOps Engineer role you’ll get free catered meals and many other perks so you can hit the ground running as the only DevOps professional in the company so far.

This high-energy company has a casual, open environment you’ll love. They’ve got that great startup feel but they’re not painfully small. If you want to work for a company that invests in technology, values technologists, and offers great perks like bonuses and an in office pool table to use on your breaks this is the right place for you. You’ll need experience with Powershell or similar scripting technologies, Azure or AWS, TFS, and Configuration Management. If you have those you’ll be able to report to the CIO and work with him to develop processes in DevOps. You’ll use the Microsoft stack to automate build and release processes and deployments. From designing and building new efficient tools to working closely with the Enterprise Architect and Software Engineering Manager on the automation of the software development lifecycle, you’ll have a full plate of exciting projects to devour here. Plus, you’ll be the first and only DevOps person so you’ll be known as the go-to expert for all things DevOps!

The easiest part of this job: Chow down on free catered meals and hit the ground running in an exciting startup you’ll love being a part of!

The hardest part of this job: If you’re not a fan of startup environments this won’t be the right opportunity for you.

Hit the ground running in a high-energy startup you’ll love that invests in technology and free catered meals in this DevOps Engineer opportunity. Apply today!

What’s in it for you?
– Competitive Salary ($120,000-$140,000)
– Medical
– Dental
– Life
– 401k
– Bonuses
– Pool Tables
– Free Catered Meals

What you’ll be doing:
– Refine and automate the software development lifecycle
– Work closely with the Enterprise Architect and Software Engineering Manager
– Design and build new efficient tools and frameworks
– Use the Microsoft stack to automate build and release processes and deployments
– Report to the CIO and work with him to develop processes in DevOps
– Troubleshoot when needed 

What you need:
– Powershell or similar scripting technologies
– Azure or AWS
– TFS
– Configuration Management