Endurance is seeking a highly motivated DevOps Engineer for our Salt Lake City or Provo, UT office. The DevOps Engineer plays a key role within each phase of the software development lifecycle by applying their technical skills and experiences to improve Endurance software design and development methods. This individual will work cross functionally with the company organization and groups which include security, operations, and other development teams. DevOps Engineer will be using techniques such as Acceptance Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery to provide quality products with seamless integration across Development, Quality Assurance, Infrastructure, and Operations.

As a DevOps Engineer, you will:

ENGINEER QUALITY SOFTWARE. Deliver software applications that are engineered effectively and efficiently. Deliver software applications that meet customer needs, company objectives, and quality expectations. Contribute to the project discovery process, participate in the software development lifecycle, and participate in producing enterprise-class web applications.
GROW THROUGH MENTORSHIP AND TEAM DYNAMICS. Members of our engineering teams are mentored in the development lifecycle in the areas of process, tools, design quality, and engineering competency to deliver high-quality software products on a consistent and effective timeline.

FACILITATE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure continuous improvement in all software products. Assist with engineering project planning activities and participate in an enterprise-wide effort to share knowledge and improve our product.

Write clean, well-formed, testable, and maintainable software following the accepted coding standards and using best software development practices.
Design, develop, maintain, and enhance high quality software products.
Resolve problems of advanced scope and engage assistance from more experienced team members where appropriate.
Identify, troubleshoot, debug, and resolve defects in software and related systems on an advanced level.
Contribute to the project discovery process in a meaningful way.
Provide meaningful feedback to peers during code reviews.
Identify ways to optimize our software products to provide for the needs of our enterprise scale business.
Mentor other developers to improve the overall software product quality and team.
Use an advanced understanding of the hardware, protocols, and technologies used for internet infrastructure to meet objectives.
Understand current advancements in web technologies.
Present architectural solutions to meet business needs as proposals for review.
Demonstrate good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.

Minimum Qualifications
BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
3 - 4 years of IT experience delivering web-based products
Experience with at least one server-side computing language
Experience with client-side scripting frameworks
Experience with Git and other development tools
Command line experience including managing and build linux VM’s
Microservice architecture orchestration
Strong understanding of DevOps philosophies and modern software development lifecycle
Broad experience across technologies, stacks, and programming languages
Preferred Qualifications
Over 5 years of IT experience delivering web-based products
Experience with AWS
Continuous integration and deployment experience
Experience with OpenShift
Experience with automated build and deployment tools (Jenkins, Bamboo, etc.)
Experience with programmatic interaction with a relational database
Familiarity with service-oriented architecture, APIs, JSON marshalling, etc. (ServiceStack especially desirable)
Strong attention to detail.
Understanding of client-side scripting frameworks
Experience with Agile Scrum SDLC
Excellent communication, project management, and organizational skills.

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