EY Dev Ops Engineer – Senior Analyst in Nashville, Tennessee
Dev Ops Engineer – Senior Analyst
Requisition # NAS000O4
Post Date Sep 20, 2018
As a DevOps engineer you will help structure projects for success by setting up CI/CD/CT pipelines and working with Ops to provision environments and make sure deployed applications are operable. If you can't wait to take your skills to the next level and share your expertise with other brilliant technologists, this is where you belong.
Essential Functions of the Job:
Engage with software development teams
Represent best practices for development, deployment, and security
Build and extend existing CI/CD pipelines
Integrate automated testing
Maintain deployment packages
Work with a variety of tools employing scripting
Analytical/Decision Making Responsibilities:
- Create code/scripts that align with overall DevSecOps strategic direction
Knowledge and Skills Requirements:
Hands on experience with crafting pipelines for applications to
.NET, Java, NodeJS build tools and package managers
C# or Java development experience ideal
Skilled scripter in one or more of these shells:
VS Command Line
Ideal experience with containers
Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF)
Ability to provision environments using desired-state-configuration tools
Cloud provider tools: Google, AWS, & Azure
Understanding of Agile Processes and Principles
A passion for all things DevOps
- The DevSecOps role can operate with minimal supervision but will rely on the Senior DevSecOps engineer to answer questions and provide guidance.
- This role will require occasional overnight travel, and will also need to conform to regular demands of Tax, including pre-busy season deployments.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, or similar subject, or equivalent experience.
3 to 4 years of experience.
2 years of relevant work experience in DevOps
Ability to work in a mixed environment (85% windows, 15% Linux)
Ernst & Young LLP, an equal employment opportunity employer (Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Disabled), values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people.