Kforce has a client that is seeking a DevSecOps Engineer III in Ashburn, VA. Responsibilities of the DevSecOps Engineer:
DevSecOps Engineer provides competent leadership, along with technical and specialized guidance in software engineering and DevSecOps (including Agile, IT Service Management, and Lean) to team members
Participates in the design, development, testing, and management of processes and tools in the DevSecOps tool chain
Develops and integrates new or enhanced capabilities in the Organization using a DevSecOps approach
DevSecOps Engineer provides and manages test automation and performance testing tool chain capabilities to support the validation of applications and the environment
Works across the Organization to conduct Value Stream analyses and provides recommendations for improvement and assist in their implementation
As a DevSecOps Engineer, you will serve as a technical consultant for DevSecOps and provides management-level briefings to the Organization on the most complex aspects of DevSecOps, the DevSecOps tool chain, and implementation at the Enterprise level
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology or related field of study; Master's degree preferred
8+ years of experience; Has demonstrated significant and varied experience in software engineering and the DevSecOps discipline(s) described in an actual task order or task assignment
Must have 8+ years of experience in software engineering and the DevSecOps discipline
Must research emerging technologies and trends in DevSecOps and other delivery models and proposes improvements to the Organization
Intimately familiar with DevSecOps tools, coding languages, and techniques such as modern IDE's, Python, R, C++, GitHub, containerization, everything as code, and zero-trust
Must have strong communication skills, both oral and written; Must have experience communicating and interacting with senior level personnel
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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