Teledyne Technologies

  • Cloud DevOps Engineer

    Locations CA-NB-Fredericton
    Requisition ID
    Teledyne CARIS
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne-CARIS is expanding their cloud group to build the next generation of service-based application providing geospatial cloud services to our client around the globe. We are looking for motivated individuals to help build up our DevOps operations in support of those new initiatives.


    Working at Teledyne-CARIS give you the benefit of working for a large global technology company with access to the newest tools and technologies. At the same time, you will enjoy the more relaxed and friendly atmosphere of a company with a long tradition in the Maritimes.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    You will be working as part of our DevOps team to streamline our software production pipeline to facilitate continuous delivery. You will be helping to transition our cloud services from a development initiative into a robust production system.


    Responsibilities include:

    • Improving the automation of the build, test and deployment pipeline
    • Integrating new products initiatives into production systems
    • Supporting production systems in the cloud
    • Managing a build farm
    • Attending to and improving the monitoring, logging and alerting systems


    • S in Computer Science or Engineering
    • 3+ years of experience in a DevOps team
    • Experience with CI/CD
    • Experience with containerization technologies such as Docker
    • Very strong scripting skills
    • Demonstrated competency in deploying applications in cloud-based environments


    • Jenkins, AWS, C++, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, Security


    • Have good collaboration skills and the ability to work well within a group and with other teams
    • Be a creative and efficient problem-solver
    • Be pro-active and able to work independently
    • A strong desire to learn and develop new skills


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