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Senior Devops Engineer Jobs in Reston, VA at Bechtel



Title: Senior Devops Engineer

Company: Bechtel

Location: Reston, VA

Salary: $80K – $100K*

Category: Real Estate & Construction

Requisition ID:229256

SeniorDevops Engineer

Bechtel’s Information Systems & Technology organization is seeking a Senior DevOps Engineer to join the Cloud Architecture Team, primarily focusing on Azure deployments. This position will work with the Cloud Architect to develop and implement core DevSecOps standards and processes, and assist other DevOps teams and developers building CI/CD pipelines for their deployments. The ideal candidate will have 1+ years’ experience in design and implementing Kubernetes platforms in an enterprise environment.

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Help design and document Bechtel’s AKS platform

Assist managing the Terraform Enterprise platform, including developing templates with Sentinel policies for use within Azure

Assist Application and Development teams to analyze existing or new workloads and provide recommendation and guidance with an emphasis to driving Cloud Native/Cloud First architectures

Work alongside Information Security teams to ensure that Cloud services are adopted and implemented according to Bechtel’s security and compliance requirements

Assist DevOps teams with secure and automated delivery of code, services, configuration and data

Create documentation to support Application and Development teams’ requirements in multiple Cloud environments

Required Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or at least 9 years of IT experience

One or more years of experience designing and managing PaaS and IaaS in Azure

One or more years of experience in design and implementing Kubernetes platforms in an enterprise environment.

Three or more years of experience working in a DevOps-type role within enterprise environments

Desired Qualifications

Two or more years of experience working global deployment projects in Azure using TFS/Azure DevOps

Two or more years of experience building infrastructure-as-code using Terraform or similar

Position Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Excellent communication skills, including experience in writing and presentation skills, as well as reviewing technical documentation

Deep understanding of Cloud service security, implementation and configuration aligned with security best practices

Broad understanding of the technology stack including security, network protocols, server infrastructure and associated application technologies including database, web and analytics elements

Experience managing infrastructure in a mid-large sized company or multi-location company, preferred

Strong interest in continuously learning and understanding the newest technologies, and how they can be integrated into Bechtel’s infrastructure

 

About Bechtel



Bechtel Corporation (Bechtel Group) is the largest construction and civil engineering company in the United States, and the 9th-largest privately owned American company in 2016. Its headquarters are in the South of Market, San Francisco. Bechtels business activities began in 1898 when cattle farmer Warren A. Bechtel moved from Peabody, Kansas, to the Oklahoma Territory to construct railroads with his own team of mules. Bechtel moved his family frequently between construction sites around the western United States for the next several years, eventually moving to Oakland, California in 1904, where he worked as the superintendent on the Western Pacific Railroad. In 1906, W. A. Bechtel won his first subcontract to build part of the Oroville-to-Oakland section of the Western Pacific Railroad. That same year, he bought his own steam shovel, becoming a pioneer of the new technology. He painted "W.A. Bechtel Co." on the side of the steam shovel, effectively establishing Bechtel as a company, though it was not yet incorporated. Bechtel completed work on a series of railroad contracts during the early 1900s, culminating in an extension of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad finished in 1914.