DevOps Engineer

Myriad Genetics, Inc.
Job Location
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Job Description


Myriad Genetics is looking to hire a DevOps Engineer for our informatics' core development team. This is a high visibility position
and will have a significant impact of the software direction and future for the company.


    • Responsible for health of the informatics solutions measured by uptime, performance, and quality of service delivery
    • Work with our system administrators and developers to maintain and upgrade operational environment without outages
    • Lead the effort to work towards a simple, push button deploy of all applications, database updates and configuration changes
    • Manage engineering dependencies on the backend infrastructure including software upgrades and database migrations
    • Strong experience with build process, release management, environments setup and continuous integration is be critical to be successful in this role.
    • We are looking to adding infrastructure provisioning tools, such as Chef, Puppet or a similar technology.
    • Participate in on-call schedule as first line of defense
    • 5+ year experience as a DevOps engineer or BSCS or BS in Engineering S in Computer Science
    • Driven to achieve operational excellence
    • Experience and willingness to work in an agile environment
    • Be the champion of site security, reliability, and robustness and balance developer requirements
    • Have consistently demonstrated ability and commitment to deliver major initiatives from beginning to full deployment in a timely manner.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of well known dev ops technologies and services and curiosity to continue to evaluate new technologies to strengthen our dev ops platform.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team and with cross-functional technical and business teams.
    • Experience with Jenkins, Splunk, Graphite, Tomcat, Git.

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