Otter Tail Corporation Dev Ops II Engineer in Fergus Falls, Minnesota
We have an opening for a DevOps II Engineer at our headquarters in Fergus Falls. Located in west central Minnesota, Fergus Falls is a friendly, thriving community with vibrant arts, growing businesses, award-winning healthcare, and excellent schools. Our company’s commitment is to environmental, economic, and community stewardship and we balance each decision we make with the impact it has on our friends and neighbors.
For this role we require a bachelor’s degree in computer science along with five years of experience. Applicant must have demonstrated knowledge of DevOps terms, and principals with a demonstrated superior level of technical knowledge. Must be proficient in the generally accepted programming languages and database designs. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are necessary to work effectively with personnel at all levels. Must display professionalism, initiative and have strong problem solving, organizational, analytical, diagnostic, and project management skills.
The DevOps II Engineer will provide a superior level of technical knowledge and skill related to conventional development and operational practices. Will validate system integrity using DevOps tools for automated testing of deployable components. Design automation for Build process. Evaluate and assess Release performance. Research, analyze, define requirements, and make recommendations for software solutions. Design, develop, validate, document and implement software solutions. Demonstrate expertise with Azure cloud platform, services, and tools. Revise existing programs to improve operational efficiency and to integrate new application features and requirements.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit package. In addition to the online application, please upload a current resume. Applications accepted through January 31, 2022.
- Bachelors or better in Computer Science
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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