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Cloud Systems / DevOps Engineer


ClearScale is a leading cloud systems integration firm providing a wide range of cloud services including architecture design, development, integration, migration, automation, and managed services. We help Fortune 500 enterprises, mid-sized business, and startups succeed with ambitious, challenging, and unique cloud projects. We architect, develop, and launch innovative and sophisticated solutions using the best cutting-edge cloud technologies.

ClearScale is growing quickly and there is high demand for the services we provide. Clients come to us for our deep experience with key cloud infrastructure, automation, and management providers like AWS, Chef, Docker, and RightScale.

This is a unique opportunity to make a big impact, enjoy competitive compensation, work on a wide variety of projects for clients across multiple industries, and work alongside some of the best minds in cloud. 


The Cloud Systems / DevOps Engineer is a client-facing role. The Cloud Systems / DevOps Engineer responsibilities are to execute technical projects using the most cutting edge Cloud Technologies.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate excellent customer facing skills
  • Work on infrastructure automation and deployment projects
  • Focus on DevOps and Cloud projects
  • Execute complex and fast paced Cloud projects

Required skills and experience:

  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Experience working as a consultant 
  • Ability to learn new technoligies quickly
  • Linux and Windows Server support (3-5 years)
  • Production infrastructure support (3-5 years)
  • Web technologies like Apache, Tomcat, Nginx, HAProxy, MySQL and others (3-5 years)
  • High level of expertise with key AWS services
  • Scripting Bash, Ruby and/or other programing skills
  • Puppet, Chef, Docker and other automation tools


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