Job ID: 333

Two Six Technologies is building systems to decode the Chinese Government’s manipulation of the information space. We combine signal-rich proprietary data, novel AI-Powered technology, and world-class expertise to deliver valuable insights to our US government and Fortune 50 clients.

Position Details

As a Two Six Technologies DevOps engineer you will be responsible for designing and deploying the cloud computing tools that enable our engineering team and the infrastructure that runs our business. A great fit will be someone with rich experience in administering the latest cloud computing technologies from AWS in a production environment. You will enable our engineers and data scientists to quickly spin up proof-of-concept systems and test new ideas, as well as administer, tune, and grow our data driven solutions in production. You will also play a key role in our overall security strategy. 

You'll work with members of our data science, subject matter experts, and product teams. One of our company values is “good shark vibes”: we strive to solve problems collaboratively, innovate and respond to feedback, and include, thank, celebrate, and be kind to our team members. In this role, you will embody the good shark vibes value, working on your own and with your team to find creative solutions and tackle challenging problems with cutting-edge technology.


  • Build AWS infrastructure for systems that use combinations of serverless components and traditional server-hosted applications
  • Implement repeatable solutions using IaC technologies to support proofs-of-concept, prototypes, and production solutions
  • Leverage AWS solutions to meet the functional needs of our applications, improve our CI/CD systems, and to ensure our entire landscape is secure
  • Provide direction and guidance in the strategic maturation of existing infrastructure.
  • Operate in a collaborative, agile environment with a focus on transparency and team success
  • Help us achieve and maintain compliance with information security best practices and industry regulations
  • Engage with peers to review solutions and help ensure our team delivers maintainable, and extensible solutions
  • Work as a member of the systems engineering team in an agile environment
  • Share your knowledge with, and learn from your colleagues in all parts of the company


  • Proficiency designing and deploying AWS infrastructure to meet the needs of APIs, microservices, asynchronous tasks, and other systems
  • Significant experience administering, monitoring, and troubleshooting Linux based systems 
  • Experience managing AWS infrastructure with CloudFormation, Terraform, and other IaC technologies
  • Experience designing network infrastructure for security and compliance
  • Proficiency with learning new technologies, techniques, and practices
  • Knowledge of which tools are currently best practice for a given problem, but also the ability to think of solutions beyond those
  • Understanding of software engineering best practices
  • Experience building and maintaining AWS cloud computing solutions using IaC technologies
  • Work experience in DevOps and systems administration for both production systems as well as supporting teams building POCs, utilities, and other tools
  • Ability to creatively solve problems and learn quickly and independently

Clearance Requirements:

  • Eligibility for Security clearance


  • 100% Remote




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