DevOps — 6829
Our client is currently seeking a talented DevOps Engineer to join their engineering team and participate in the design and development of our clinical decision support (CDS) systems and related platform technology. The ideal candidate is passionate about building and maintaining a reliable platform and driven to help deliver systems that solve real-world problems. As part of their engineering team, you’ll be working in a highly collaborative environment in an exciting and comfortable atmosphere. At our client, your work is critical to the success of our company, and each team member is involved in the evolution and progress of our platform from making architecture and design decisions to exploring and implementing new technologies.
Some things that are important to our client:
- Must-Experience with Build and Release automation tools
- Seasoned MCSE Cloud Platform and Infrastructure professional
- Direct experience creating scripts to automate processes using Powershell
- SQL Server DBA experience
- Deep understanding of IIS, HAProxy/Nginx, SQL Server and System Security best practices.
- Understanding of AWS, Monitoring Tools, and Capacity Planning.
**Availability for on-call and occasional after hours responsibilities**
About Our Client:
Our client is a rapidly growing healthcare IT software company that is passionate about making healthcare smarter. Their solutions help providers make educated decisions that improve patient care and evaluate cost effectiveness. They have a start-up atmosphere and a youthful mentality, but the market demand and stability that exceeds their age. Their customers include some of the most prestigious hospitals in all 50 states and eight countries worldwide.
Their Madison office is located downtown, just a couple blocks from the capitol. Their casual work environment and flexible hours create a healthy work-life balance. When they aren’t building great software you can find their team having fun at various outings and events around Madison, or possibly deep in a game on our office foosball table.