Senior Manager, Engineering, Build & Release Team

Location: Plantation, FL

About the Job:

Magic Leap is looking for a senior engineering manager to take on the challenge of running and defining the next generation architecture of our current build system for Magic Leap devices.

Responsibilities

  • In this role you will lead an experienced team of engineers and operators to ensure that all the applications are running to agreed upon SLA.
  • Our current build system consists of 12 different applications, so you will drive incident and root-cause analysis with an eye towards service improvement.
  • You will work with software & platform engineering teams to create the roadmap, architecture, new tools selection and undertake the migration of all services to GCP.
  • You will ensure there is head room capacity for service expansion, high availability and disaster recovery.
  • You will Instrument and monitor all aspects of the build stack and work with production engineering to provide support during platform and SDK releases.

Qualifications

  • 10+ years of hands-on experience in build, release or DevOps roles with some of those years leading a team of DevOps engineers.
  • 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. 
  • Experience with Linux like environments and CLI. Comfortable with administering Windows.
  • Expertise in configuration management automation: Ansible, Chef and etc.
  • 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.
  • Ability to quickly respond to production outages, triage complex architectures by following standard operating procedures and escalation workflows.
  • 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.
  • Excellent cross-group collaboration, outstanding verbal and written communication.

 Education

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, related technical field or equivalent practical experience.

Additional Information

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

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