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Job Description (Build and Release Devops Manager)

This is a hands-on DevOps Manager role, reporting through the software organization to support mission-critical services, systems and infrastructure tailored for building and releasing Lumin OS, Lumin SDK, and Applications. In this position, you will lead an experienced team of DevOps Engineers architecting, deploying, provisioning, and supporting Magic Leap’s software ecosystems in a hybrid environment consisting of cloud and on-premises systems. You will help to choose and deploy open-source and proprietary tools and technologies to build and support high availability systems with an emphasis on continuous integration and continuous deployment.

The ideal candidate will have experience leading teams who have architected highly available Google or Amazon Cloud Services using the latest technologies including Terraform and/or Kubernetes.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead team of experienced DevOps engineers designing and architect deployments for internally-facing systems used by the software team.
  • Align DevOps priorities and goals with software organization requirements. Drive collaboration with external teams such as information security and IT to ensure corporate compliance of build and release systems.
  • Contribute to architecture and design; drive collaboration within the team for industry-standard deployments of highly available systems.
  • Deploy and maintain high availability solutions in both multi-cloud environments and multiple locations with physical assets, with an emphasis on Google Cloud Platform. Apply IaaS and IaC concepts.
  • Collect, analyze requirements from the software organization for new build machines and systems.
  • Respond to Production and service escalations. Drive incident and root-cause analysis with an eye towards service improvement.
  • Provide expertise in tools used for software development: CI/CD pipelines, automated version control systems, software artifacts management tools and etc.
  • Plan and coordinate systems upgrades, cutovers and infrastructure migrations. Support software releases from DevOps standpoint.

 Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of hands-on experience in DevOps roles (mid-to-large-scale environments)
  • 3+ years leading a team of DevOps engineers
  • Strong communication skills with a proven ability to collaborate and drive solutions within a team.
  • Experience deploying, scaling and administering mission-critical services in the multi-cloud environment (GCP/AWS) and on-premises.
  • Experience deploying, configuring, managing and automating CI/CD pipelines using Jenkins/Concourse and others
  • Experience installing, configuring and administering VCS systems: Gerrit, Github, Perforce 
  • Extremely comfortable with Linux like environments and CLI. Comfortable with administering Windows
  • Expertise in configuration management automation: Ansible, Chef and etc.
  • Ability to quickly respond to production outages, triage complex architectures by following standard operating procedures and escalation workflows. On-call support for operational issues. 
  • Familiar with cutting edge virtualization tools: Docker, Vagrant, Terraform, GKE
  • Experience deploying, configuring and administering multi-tier applications (Proxy layer, Application layer, Data layer: MySQL, PostgreSQL and etc.)
  • Experience with infrastructure monitoring tools: Zabbix, Datadog, and others
  • Expertise with the scripting languages: Yaml, Python, Bash, and Groovy
  • Excel in a fast-paced, agile environment supporting multiple projects using a wide variety of cutting edge technologies
  • Firm grasp of the Agile SDLC methodology and practices

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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