Job Opportunity: University of Otago seeking a DevOps and Integration Programmer
The University of Otago is seeking a Senior DevOps & Integration Programmer. This position, employed by the University of Otago, is a NeSI national role whose primary responsibilities are for the design and integration of end-user services for researchers and the wider NeSI team, aimed at enhancing research capability and efficiency.
As a DevOps professional you’ll deliver robust product deployments and secure integrations, play a key role for operational support escalations within the team, analyse service needs and product requirements, and work on product engineering and integrations. Working as part of a small remote team with functional management based out of the University of Auckland, you will be providing national solutions in the high-performance computing and eScience domain, working with colleagues across the country and internationally to develop and deliver state-of-the-art eScience infrastructure.
If you’re interested in picking up a national challenge and being part of something unique that hasn’t been done before in New Zealand, this role may be just right for you.
To view the full job posting or to apply online, visit the University of Otago website.
The deadline to apply is 07 October 2020.
deliver robust product deployments and secure integrations
play a key role for operational support escalations within the team
analyse service needs and product requirements
work on product engineering and integrations
This is a specialised role, requiring a strong background with modern GitOps approaches and related automation tooling alongside ability to quickly dive into a mix of backend and frontend technologies.
Skills and experience
- B.Sc. in Computer Science or equivalent qualifications in a related discipline.
- Strong background of at least 3 years’ enterprise level IT experience.
- Experience with command line scripting e.g. BASH, Powershell, SQL.
- Programming skills in languages such as: Python, Java or PHP.
- Solid knowledge of networking – including switching, routers, BGP, vLANs, security, firewalls and load balancers.
- Any previous experience with HPC systems is beneficial but not required.
- This is a permanent, full-time position.
- You must have the right to live and work in New Zealand to apply for this job.
For more information on this role, visit the University of Otago website and apply online.