DevOps Engineer

DevOps Engineer


Student Affairs Info Systems

University of California, Santa Barbara


Implements and collaborates in the creation of solutions to automate software delivery and infrastructure for Student Information Systems & Technology(SIS&T)in support of Division of Student Affairs, Graduate Division, and campus systems, services, and initiatives. The DevOps Engineer is part of a diverse and exceptional team of more than 60 staff in various technical and business roles.The position will operate within a primarily Microsoft-based environment (Windows Server, Microsoft .NET, SQL Server, PowerShell) on-premise, but will also be required to work with multiple technology stacks as SIS&T expands its technical environment into hybrid cloud environments.Primary duties include providing technical leadership and implementation skills to achieve a holistic approach to continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) through automation of the software delivery pipeline. As part of this, the position is responsible for both directly implementing and collaborating with others to create automated build and deployment processes, scripts, tools, and configurations.  The DevOps Engineer develops and maintains the management API and tools for the production and non-production environments in support of deployment operations.Additionally, the role works closely with cross-organizational counterparts to identify and realize opportunities for automation of infrastructure provisioning and management.  


Requirements:  Experience creating automation solutions to support software development, build, deployment, and infrastructure operations (independent of tools and technology). Experience with a variety of infrastructure automation tools and scripting languages. Languages could include Powershell, Python, Node.js, and various shell-scripting languages.  Tools include such technologies as Chef, Puppet, Ansible, Terraform, CloudFormation, and Azure RMS.  Expert level scripting ability in PowerShell.  Experience with virtualization technologies including VMWare, HyperV, Docker, and Kubernetes. Knowledge and experience creating test automation solutions Demonstrated knowledge of continuous integration and delivery concepts and operations.  


Note: Fingerprint background check required. 


Salary: $64,500-$95,000/yr. 


The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 


Application Information:

For primary consideration 12/3/18, thereafter open until filled. 


Job #20180623