Randstad Sr. Automation Engineer (DEVOPS) in Austin, Texas

Sr. Automation Engineer (DEVOPS)

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job details:

  • location:Austin, TX

  • date posted:Friday, September 15, 2017

  • job type:Permanent

  • reference:576661

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We are looking for a skilled automation engineer to develop and maintain our internal orchestration and management system. This individual will guide the success and future design of a complex mission-critical automation platform responsible for numerous products and geographically disperse hosting facilities. The position is a true devops role , and requires a strong background in both development and operations on a daily basis.


  • Design, build, and deploy scalable automation services supporting the operation of internet based games

  • Design, build, and deploy orchestration management and reporting interfaces using modern web frameworks

  • Support existing services and availability while updating and modernizing as you go

  • Integrate systems using open source and homegrown solutions where necessary

  • Implement features, and code changes based on collaborative designs

  • Use your experience running highly scalable systems to improve our development and deployment processes

  • Work on and maintain a highly customized automation platform used to manage our fleet of servers and applications

  • Be a self-sufficient, self-guided individual who can maintain the long term vision of our internal software products


  • You have significant experience (6+ years) in engineering scalable, multi-tenant environments

  • Exceptional JavaScript/node.js/Python or Ruby background

  • Experience in modern web frameworks a plus

  • Experience in Docker, Salt, or Ansible is a must

  • You have built and worked on complex web applications

  • You are very comfortable behind a linux or windows terminal

  • Experience with IaaS/cloud services such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, etc

  • Strong Systems and Operational background

  • Strong understanding of IT security best practices