DevOps Engineer

Looking for a passionate visionary to lead a DevOps team that is responsible for managing the bridge between development and production. The ideal candidate will be a driver of excellence; working with senior management, technical teams, and partners/vendors to build and deliver a reliable, scalable, and secured operation for supported web applications and infrastructure services. Manage and advise on potential delivery obstacles, risks, or changes into the production environment. Provide technical guidance for system integration, data validation, quality assurance, delivery and sustainability of technical solutions. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree. Computer Science, Engineering 5+ years of progressive DevOps experience Natural leadership ability / interest in moving in career path towards management role Excellent project management skills Successfully implemented quality management standards and best practices. Experienced working in an Agile, collaborative, startup mode Previous experience working as a System Administrator or Engineer and moved into DevOps preferred. Knowledge of ITIL v3 and retail industry experience helpful Location: North Seattle We are an Affirmative Action/EEO Employer who values workplace diversity. All MACRO.CCS employees accrue paid PTO; all full time employees are eligible for Medical, Dental, Vision, and Long Term Disability insurance benefits. MACRO.CCS is an award winning computer consulting firm that has spent the last 30 years building meaningful and dependable relationships for both clients and candidates alike. With offices located in Seattle & Los Angeles, we are industry experts delivering computer solutions, contract technical expertise, and direct hire placement services to both public and private organizations throughout the West Coast. We are constantly looking for great people to join our team To learn more about the work we do, technology trends we see, benefits we offer, or how your career might be enhanced by working with MACRO.CCS, visit us at www.macroccs.com.

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