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DevOps Engineer in Houston, TX

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compensation:

$80K - $100K*

specialty:

DevOps & Site Reliability

experience:

Not Specified

Job Description

Job Summary

The DevOps Engineer will be part of a development team responsible for the ongoing design, development, and maintenance of both mobile and web applications that serve the needs of business aviation pilots, schedulers, and dispatchers. This role provides an opportunity to make a significant positive impact to the end users of highly visible customer-facing applications.


Job Responsibilities

1. Facilitate the flow between Developers, QA, Product Owners, and Customer Support, of software releases (new apps, new features, bug fixes), internal documentation, user documentation, test results, issue status, release timelines, etc.

2. Automate manual processes and workflows, with flexibility for varied environments (Dev, QA, TST, Stage, Prod), and scalability for use with numerous instances or for quickly configuring, provisioning and deploying a new environment.

3. Enhance the CI/CD pipeline to ensure predictably, consistently and reliab

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Valid through: 2020-4-9

About Universal Weather and Aviation

Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. (commonly called Universal or Universal Weather) is a privately held company headquartered in Houston, Texas that provides products and services for the general aviation industry. Its customers include owners and operators of business jets for corporate and personal air travel. The company offers products and services including international flight planning and scheduling, weather briefings, fueling programs, aircraft ground handling, and aviation security. It is the oldest company in the corporate flight planning industry. Universal Weather was founded in 1959 by Tom Evans. Greg Evans, his son, is Universal Weathers chairman and owner. Ralph Vasami serves as the companys chief executive officer. The company operated in 50+ locations in 20 countries as of 2015. Universal Weather was founded in Dallas, Texas in 1959 by Tom Evans, a former United States Air Force officer and meteorologist. Universal Weather was originally based out of Dallas Love Field in Dallas, Texas and was the first company to provide customized weather forecasting for business aviation. The company moved to Houston, Texas a year later. For its first ten years Universal Weather was only involved in weather forecasting. New services were added gradually as the business aviation industry grew.
Total Jobs:
3
Total Experts:
2
Average Pay:
$94,375
Total value of jobs:
$755,000
% Masters:
31%
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* Ladders Estimates