HIRING!!! Systems Engineer (Dev Ops Engineer) – ESPN Disney – Bristol CT

Job Title: Systems Engineer (Dev Ops) – ESPN Disney – Bristol CT

Location: Bristol, CT

Start Date: Immediate

Type of Position: Contractual 9 months

Company Overview:

Our client Disney/ESPN is a U.S.-based global cable and satellite television channel specializing on global sports and entertainment conglomerate.

About the position:

We are looking for a well-rounded and self-motivated Systems Engineer (Dev Ops Engineer) to join our client’s team. If you are the right one, you should be experienced and have a strong coding ability using programming languages such as JSP, Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, etc. You must be proficient with HP Operations Orchestration, HP Cloud Service Automation, and Systems Administration and must be skilled with web services development and integrations (REST, Soap, etc.).

You also must have a strong understanding of end-to-end monitoring of infrastructure and Software Development Lifecycle. We are looking for candidates that take great pride in their work, think of this as their calling, not just a job and can mold this opportunity with your background and experience.

Job Summary:

The Sr. Systems Engineer will build out new platform functionality and orchestration flows using HP OO and supplementing with custom code where needed.

Related Skills:

Implementation, Database Administration, Java, Linux, Security, Systems Administration, Windows, Javascript, Ruby, Python, Server, Management, Design, SOAP, TCP/IP.

Job Description


Build out new platform functionality and orchestration flows using HP OO and supplementing with custom code where needed.
Develop thorough technical documentation including diagrams for any implemented work.
Use secured by default as a guiding principle for design and implementation.
Customize vendor developed web portal.
Maintain existing orchestration flows and code — make improvements to increase reliability and reusability.
Develop API integrations into external systems.
Develop monitoring integrations and operational dashboards.
Leverage configuration management toolsets to further orchestrate deployments (SCCM, Puppet, Chef, etc.)
Handle escalations for reported platform issues.

Basic Qualifications:

Strong ability to code using common programming languages (JSP, Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, etc.)
Strong understanding of end-to-end monitoring of infrastructure.
Strong understanding of Software Development Lifecycle with ability to understand developer requirements.
Proficient with HP Operations Orchestration and HP Cloud Service Automation
Proficient in web services development and integrations (REST, Soap, etc.)
Proficient at systems administration (Windows Server and Linux).
Working knowledge of security protocols for SSO such as SAML, OAuth, etc.
Working knowledge of foundational TCP/IP networking required to orchestrate IPAM
Working knowledge of database administration and web application hosting
Able to write clean, reusable orchestration flows and code
Per hour Salary:

$45.00 - $52.00 per hour

This is a contract position so no benefits are provided

Additional Information:

Must be local or willing to relocate at own expenses
2 roles open
US Residents Only
No Visa Sponsorship

#devops   #systemsengineer  

Job Title - DevOps Architect
Location –Nationwide (USA)
Duration –Fulltime/Contract
Travel up to 50-70%

Mail your resume to edwin.lass@two95intl.com

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