Build & Release Engineer

Pacific Biosciences
Job Location
1380 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Job Description

The Build & Release Engineer will be a member of the Software Engineering team and will develop and maintain the systems and tools to improve our build and release process.  Additionally, you will focus on continuous integration, build, release and branch management for our agile engineering group coordinating multiple software services in multiple languages to deliver our product suite.

You will:
•    Drive and implement software configuration management and continuous integration and delivery initiatives.
•    Ensure the integrity of builds and artifacts to support successful production releases.
•    Develop tools/scripts to support and improve current build and release process.
•    Work with the development teams to drive and define branch management.
•    Create, maintain and support build and test environments (with support from IT).
•    Create, review, publish and manage formal release notification, instructions and deployment notes (in conjunction with field support).


You have:
•    2 – 5 years experience as a Build & Release engineer
•    Strong understanding of software development life cycle, continuous integration and delivery
•    Strong working experience with Linux
•    Strong scripting skills
•    Exposure to RedHat and Debian package creation and management
•    Experience with build/continuous integration tools (Jenkins, Bamboo, CMake, Gradle)
•    Experience with Agile/Scrum process
•    Experience with version control systems and branch management (Git, Perforce, GitHub, Bitbucket)
•    Experience with AWS or similar environment
•    BSCS or equivalent

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

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