SureSwift Capital is hiring a
Remote Devsecops Engineer
**About SureSwift Capital**\n\nYou made it. You found the dream job you’re looking for where people and culture come first. If that’s as important to you as it is to us then please keep reading.\nAt SureSwift, we’re building the company we want to work for, and we’d like to give you the opportunity to join our fully remote team of 130+ people in 15 time zones around the world.\n\nWhile we do work hard, we all work remote, and according to our own schedules that make the most sense for ourselves and our families. There are no cubicles, no offices, and there is zero commute time...unless you decide to work from the beach or a coffee shop, and that’s up to you.\n\nWe value creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and are committed to building a culture where everyone thrives! SureSwift Capital is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. \n\n**Your Daily Challenges**\n\nWe’re looking for our very first DevSecOps Engineer to join our growing team. You’ll excel in this newly created position if you’re comfortable creating a roadmap, delivering it and are able to work independently and collaboratively. We’re looking for someone who is excited to build the foundation to help SureSwift Capital continue to grow!\n\nWhen we welcome you aboard we’ll introduce you to your team, which consists of the VP of Technology, and DevOps Engineering Manager. These are the people you’ll work closely with day-to-day. \n\nOnce you get settled in and learn more about the team, your day to day activities as a DevOpsSec Engineer will look something like this: \n\n- Analyze existing cloud structures and create new and enhanced security methods. \n- Design, develop and implement new cloud security technologies.\n- Coordinate with development teams to fix system or application vulnerabilities. \n- Work directly with internal infrastructure teams to align and execute infrastructure changes to support the tools, apps, and processes.\n- Create process documents for operations, maintenance and integrating output from these tools into daily security operations.\n- Review issues logs and metrics to identify trends and solutions that should be implemented.\n- Assist with IT functions such as design, analysis, evaluation, testing, debugging and implementation of applications programs in support of one or more functional areas.\n\n**Your Experience and Qualifications**\n\n- Bachelor’s degree in computer science, programming or information security. \n- 3-5 years of previous experience in information security. \n- Operational experience with Amazon Web Services: EC2, ECS, SQS, RDS\n- Experience in software development, programming and knowledge of technology tools and platforms. \n- Knowledge of cloud SDLC. \n- Knowledge of operating systems such as Windows and Linux, as well as cloud architecture. \n- Prior experience with ISO certification\n- Extensive knowledge of at least one programming language such as Python or Ruby on Rails preferred.\n- Excellent communication skills\n- Initiative and experience in serving as a project leader.\n- Experience working in an entrepreneurial/startup environment\n- Experience working with remote teams\n\n**Your Compensation**\n\nCompensation varies with experience and qualifications. This job is a remote / work from home position.\nBackground checks will be conducted on final candidates.\nThanks for the time you took to read about this opportunity.\n \n\nBe sure to mention the word **FAVORED** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RMy4yMzguMjQuMjA5. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
$70,000 — $150,000/year\n
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