As a Devops Engineer you will play a key role in unifying development and operations. You will work in close collaboration with QA, Product Owners, and Professional Services and in some cases third party software vendors.
The Operational Assurance (OA) Team has a broad mission of defining and assessing the whole product capabilities for the NuoDB technology, assuring the database is fit for specific customer use-cases, application/systems integration and development, and meets proven Operational Profiles.
In this role, you will work may often require direct interaction with clients or team members without direct supervision; you must be able to think on your feet, communicate constantly and professionally, and above all else meet the expectations of our clients.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for understanding the end to end workflow of dispatch systems within client; will support the expansion of the CO tablet application and other dispatch related systems within Verizon's network.
The successful candidate will be part of a team designing and implementing a large, highly scalable cloud-based enterprise system in the medical devices space. Job functions will include automating delivery, provisioning, and scaling of cloud-based systems. Prior medical devices or other safety critical software development experience is a plus. Familiarity with FDA regulated software development process is a plus.
The DevOps Engineer will be responsible for building and operating all aspects of our cloud based infrastructure with a focus on automation and tool development. This is a high impact role in a fast paced organization that is experiencing massive growth and runs on the most cutting edge cloud based infrastructure.
In this role, you will create and deliver knowledge sharing presentations and documentation to developers and operations teams; work directly with architects and developers to create supportable designs and debug problems.