Job Summary **This position is remote eligible. Employees must be located in MA, NH, ME and RI. **
The Anesthesia IT team at Boston Children's Hospital is looking for a DevOps Engineer. An ideal candidate will lead development operations for the Anesthesia IT department to support high performance, mission critical applications with high availability and disaster recovery mechanisms; facilitate the adoption of new technologies and tools to improve upon and maintain the team's servers and infrastructure; leverage automation and monitoring tools to improve the team's current infrastructure; and work with the BCH and Anesthesia IT departments to ensure that custom applications and infrastructure meet the security and reliability expectations set forth by the organization and team.
This DevOps Engineer- AIT will be responsible for:
Building/configuring/setting up new development tools and infrastructure, including but not limited to: maintaining application server infrastructure; researching, testing, installing/configuring new frameworks/tools; ensuring security standards are met to protect applications from cybersecurity threats; and aiding engineers on the team with adoption of these new technologies/tools.
Maintaining knowledge of the team's custom software applications, systems that support these applications, and server environments. Helps document and record information on infrastructure, implementation, and support for systems used and/or developed by the group.
Maintaining and scaling production deployment processes, including infrastructure automation, configuration management, high availability, and related tooling
Keeping up to date with industry technology trends to assist with maintenance and improvement of the team's infrastructure. Researches and recommends technologies and tools to further the team's mission and projects. Innovates to continuously improve the team's infrastructure and automate manual processes.
Interacting with project teams to ensure the design of software and data projects fits within the group's infrastructure.
Maintaining relationships with other groups in Boston Children's Hospital's IT department to keep informed about changes to the hospital's infrastructure and software tools and work on enterprise upgrades that affect the Anesthesia IT department.
Participating in group activities and contributes to discussions with the whole IT team. Works with team leaders/managers to foster cooperation, collaboration, and communication to facilitate consensus and accomplish tasks. Works closely with the group's Software Engineering Manager.
Aiding in the planning, tracking, and scheduling of software projects when necessary.
Providing support to the group and other developers 24x7 when necessary.
In order to qualify, you mist have:
Bachelor's degree and 3+ years experience in Development Operations or similar role. Equivalent demonstrable experience in the field is sufficient to offset the Degree.
Broad and in-depth experience with and knowledge of DevOps engineering.
Experience supporting web applications in a Production environment, and familiarity with web application architecture.
Proficient with Linux and Windows server environment.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Excellent communication skills to work with technical and non-technical users within and outside of the Anesthesia IT group to explain the functional impact of technical decisions.
Familiarity with AWS or other cloud environments is a plus.
Experience in support of Data & Analytics platforms a plus.
Boston Children's Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits, affordable health, vision and dental insurance, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition Reimbursement, cell phone plan discounts and discounted rates on T-passes (50% off). Discover your best.
Boston Children's Hospital is a 395-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care. As one of the largest pediatric medical centers in the United States, Children's offers a complete range of health care services for children from birth through 21 years of age.