Platform Engineer

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timePosted 14 days ago location United States salarySalary undisclosed
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Job Description

Details As a Platform Engineer you will have the opportunity to build Client healthcare technologies never thought possible. You will bring clinical research to life in the form of working, distributed software. Your contribution to software will enable collaboration and interoperability between institutions throughout the industry. Working with an interdisciplinary team of brilliant and dedicated colleagues you will help to solve problems at a level of complexity and scale unique to healthcare. The Responsibilities Design and deliver applications, modules, interfaces and solutions Participate in system design and architecture Use and enhance the code pipeline Implement unit tests to add speed and quality to our development life cycle Triage and fix Tier 3 problems that are escalated from customers Develop new skills and techniques in areas such as cloud, knowledge engineering and AIClient Environment We are using bitbucket with jenkins for automated testing and then saltstack to actually deploy. If someone has python, hopefully they have venv. That is pretty essential. Also if they have celery or mongodb those would be extras. We need a very strong engineer who can also work with others and help them learn how to use these tools and techniques to be more effective. These four metrics are something that our candidate should understand and know how to influence. The four metrics we care about are Deployment Frequency How often an organization successfully releases to production. Lead Time for Changes The amount of time it takes a commit to get into production Change Failure Rate The percentage of deployments causing a failure in production Time to Restore Services How long it takes an organization to recover from a failure in production