Move to Microservices & lead
Everyone who has moved to a new house, a new town, or even a new office knows how stressful and strenuous it can be. A lot of people hate moving. You might be one of those people. But, you definitely don’t hate the idea of a company making the move to Microservices. In fact, you’d like to play a key role in that! And that’s why you’re a great fit for this Manager of Infrastructure opportunity.
Growing, thriving, and staying one step ahead thanks to cutting-edge technology, this company is an exciting place to be! If you’re a communicative technologist with experience working in a large team environment you’ll be able to thrive in this rapidly expanding workplace. With your CI/CD Pipelines, Chef, Docker, Microservices, DevOps, Multi-Cloud Deployment, and leadership experience you’ll be able to handle this multi-faceted, always changing job opportunity. You’ll start by managing the infrastructure and, eventually, you’ll be leading a huge team of people. If you can relate to developers, ask them what they need, and help them manage everything on their plates this company will love you! They’re extremely profitable, focused on delivery, and have a fun work environment (complete with game consoles and free snacks) that you’ll enjoy every day.
The easiest part of this job: From an IRA with an automatic 2% contribution to bonus opportunities, the competitive compensation this company offers doesn’t end with your salary!
The hardest part of this job: If you lack communication skills or experience working in a larger team environment this won’t be the right job for you.
Make the exciting move to Microservices, manage all of the infrastructure, and eventually lead a large team in this Manager of Infrastructure role. Apply today!
What’s in it for you?
– Competitive Salary ($110,000-$140,000)
– IRA with automatic 2% contribution
– Professional Education Opportunities
– Bonus Opportunities
– 3 Weeks PTO
– 1 Week Sick Leave
– 8 Holidays
What you’ll be doing:
– Analyze ongoing infrastructure needs and manage all aspects of the infrastructure
– Play a key role in this company’s move to Microservices
– Collaborate with the DevOps Engineers to strategize, plan, and implement architecture
– Maintain legacy hosting and recommend improvements as needed
– Build the infrastructure team’s skills and proactively engage with all stages of the DevOps process
What you need:
– CI/CD Pipelines
– Multi-Cloud Deployment