DAT is seeking a Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join our team in Beaverton, OR or Denver CO.
DAT is currently looking for a Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join our growing technical team and drive the evolution of technology infrastructure at DAT. Candidates should have a strong background in AWS, Kubernetes, GitOps, Infrastructure as Code, and some networking experience with hybrid data center environments. We are looking for strong candidates to roll up their sleeves and hit the ground running and bring their experience to the team to make the infrastructure deployments much smoother. You should possess solid knowledge of infrastructure, operating systems, tools, system architecture, and support techniques for applications, web services, and modern front-end development. If you are a team player, able to communicate and work equally well with your peers as well as non-technical personnel, this is an exciting opportunity to add work on highly visible projects for an industry leader.
What You’ll Do
The Skills and Experience You’ll Bring
In compliance with Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the minimum salary for this role is $130,000.00 + benefits. The maximum compensation for this role can vary significantly depending on your job-related skills and experience. DAT considers factors such as scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate's work experience, education and training, core skills, internal equity, and market and business elements when extending an offer.
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