Cloud and DevOps Engineer
Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 113,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
Cloud and Develops Engineer
Meet Lingo, a new biosensing technology that provides users a window into their body. Lingo tracks key biomarkers – such as glucose, ketones, and lactate – to help people make better decisions about their health and nutrition. Biowearable technology will digitize, decentralize and democratize healthcare, enabling consumers to take control of their own health.
Personalized healthcare is the future. Working on Lingo, you will help build a next-generation technology that enables individuals to make decisions about how to improve energy, lose weight or enhance athletic performance. The Lingo team embodies a start-up culture and mindset with the backing of Abbott, a company with a rich history of healthcare innovation. Join us and grow your career as you help Abbott shape the future of healthcare.
This position works out of our Bay Area, Austin, Bend, or Orlando location in Lingo.
You will be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of enterprise-grade cloud solutions for our web and mobile products. You will be focused on automating the deployment of cloud infrastructure and services to support application development and hosting (architecting, engineering, deploying, and operationally managing the underlying logical and physical cloud infrastructure).
What you’ll do
Define standards (and/or select cloud vendor products) for each infrastructure tower in coordination with traditional engineering and network teams
Design and implement CI/CD pipeline elements to provide automated compilation, assembly, and testing of containerized and non-containerized components
Improve cloud product reliability, availability, maintainability, and cost/benefit—including developing fault-tolerant tools to ensure general robustness of the cloud infrastructure
Design and implement novel solutions to automate cloud-environment provisioning
Collaborate with developers and other technologists in the engineering team to continuously improve the engineering tools, systems and procedures, and data security
Responsible for managing capacity across public and private cloud resource pools, including automating scale-down/-up of environments
Build and set up new development tools and infrastructure
Automate and improve development and release processes
Ensure that systems are safe and secure against cybersecurity threats
4+ years of relevant experience in a cloud/DevOps engineer role
Expertise in infrastructure as code (e.g., cloud formation, ARM, Terraform, Ansible, Chef, Puppet)
Experience with configuring, deploying, and operating public cloud services (e.g., Azure, AWS, GCP)
Experience building CI/CD pipelines and deploying containerized services with Docker and Kubernetes
Basic familiarity with network features, e.g., cloud network topology, BGP, routing, web (REST) APIs
High availability engineering experience (region, availability zone, data replication clustering)
Product development in a scaled agile environment with an awareness of DevOps methodologies and ability/mindset to drive rapid prototyping and piloting of cloud solutions
Experience in agile development
Strong people skills, specifically in collaboration and teamwork
University degree in Computer Science, Systems Engineering, or similar technical disciplines
Follow your career aspirations to Abbott for diverse opportunities with a company that can help you build your future and live your best life. Abbott is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to employee diversity.
We’re focused on helping people with diabetes manage their health with life-changing products that provide accurate data to drive better-informed decisions. We’re revolutionizing the way people monitor their glucose levels with our new sensing technology.
The salary for this role is between $82,100 – $164,100