The Disaster Recovery Tools team delivers secure, reliable, resilient technology solutions that enable the readiness state of key configurations for recovery/standby environments. The team delivers high-quality information through activities that include development of essential tools/framework, building application development capabilities, and adhering to data standards and processes.
• Work closely with team members to define, program, test and deliver in-house developed software solutions using Agile methodologies • Engage in direct application development activities (programming: design, code, test, release) • Support the rapid adoption of DevSecOps practices and toolsets • Adopt best practices coding principles • Produce all artifacts required for System Delivery Process • Work closely with peers to improve workflow processes & communication • Develop working relationships with internal stakeholders • Provide technical direction for ongoing and future Disaster Recovery Tools development activities • Strong programming knowledge of Python 3.9.x • Strictly adhere to application development processes and procedures • Understand and comply with governing security, compliance and resiliency • Available to support DR exercises on selected weekends (8-10 a year) • Available to deploy and support changes on weekends, as needed.
Minimum: • 6 years of related experience in application development • 3 years of related experience in Python • 2 years of proven record in DevSecOps Methodologies and with continuous integration and continuous delivery practices • Ability to work in a team-oriented environment • Bachelor’s Degree or above in a technical discipline or related experience
Preferred: • Familiar with REST, JSON, SWAGGER, APIs, Messaging, Object Oriented, Design and Reuse Patterns • Understanding APIs for SNOW/CMDB, SharePoint, HiPAM Vault • Knowledge of critical infrastructure components such as Infoblox/DNS, NFS/CIFS/NetApp, firewalls, load balancers, VRO/VRA, Ping Access, VMWare/SRM • Experience with Linux systems, AlgoSec, Splunk, JIRA, BitBucket, Jenkins, GIT, Nexus, Java, AWS, Maven, RPM packaging, Fortify, shell scripting, disaster recovery/business continuity