The rapid advance of digital technology is helping organizations to balance individual freedom with effective team collaboration. Kinly brings it all together in our Cloud Collaboration platform, to make sure our customers can focus on our work instead of the technology. As a Lead DevOps Engineer you lead the activities of the development team. Do you have a solid background in software engineering and are you interested in moving up in your career? This is the position for you!
More about the position
Your role as a Lead DevOps Engineer is to help Kinly build functional systems that improve customer experience. The development team is deploying product updates, identifying production issues and implementing integrations that meet customer needs. We are looking for an expert collaborator, because this role requires to build upon the work of your counterparts on development and IT teams to scale cloud programs and create workflow processes.
What we will offer you
As a Lead DevOps Engineer you will get the opportunity to hold a position within a dynamic organization in which you can truly make a difference. In addition, we offer the following:
A work environment where we care about our employees and like to make a fun work environment;
Without corona measures, drinks are regularly organized on Friday afternoons.
What do you bring?
As Lead DevOps Engineer you have at least ten years of experience in software development and system administration, with at least five in a similar role. You have, formal or informal, IT leadership experience (e.g. team lead, technical lead, technical project lead, or similar). You have practical knowledge of Azure. You are able to script and therefore basic development skills is required. A technical master's degrees would be a plus, but not required.
You also have:
- Deep understanding of development processes and practices, like Scrum, XP, CI/CD
- Deep understanding of core IT concepts like networking, security, etc
- Professional knowledge of cloud computing, in particular both AWS and GCP, and of topics like infrastructure as code, etc.