Chewy is looking to hire an Infrastructure Automation Engineer at our Boston, MA location. Infrastructure Engineers have a blend of infrastructure and software engineering skills to be responsible for Chewy's hybrid infrastructure. You will be responsible for designing, building, monitoring, and integrating solutions. You will be part of a small family within Chewy that has a huge impact on our incredible growth. Come help us build a bigger and better Chewy as an Infrastructure Automation Engineer.
Ideal candidates will possess the ability to discuss complex technical concepts with a diverse audience across all areas of the organization. They will remain calm under pressure and always strive to add structure to high-pressure, fast paced tasks or projects.
What you'll do:
Responsible for researching, implementing and maintaining internal and third-party automation tools
Build tools and integrations to connect new and existing applications, services and systems
Build, maintain and support Shared Services infrastructure (load balancers, HAProxy, Identity/Auth etc.)
Facilitate self-serviceability for the provisioning of infrastructure and resources where possible
Define SLAs and establish escalation process for automation tools
Participate in the processes of project planning meetings by providing automation expertise
Write documentations, deliver training and knowledge transfer on tools use for Internal/external teams
Establish and maintain relationship with all third-party tools/service providers
Provide level 2 support for managed tools
What you'll need:
At least 5 years of experience working in an Infrastructure Automation engineering role, DevOps engineering role, or equivalent.
Experience working with open source community (troubleshooting, patch submission, etc.).
Ability to organize, troubleshoot and continuously learn.
Experience with Virtualization, Provisioning, Configuration Management, and CI tools such as VMWare, Terraform, Ansible, Jenkins, Circle CI or similar technologies
Previous experience working within controls such as SOX, PCI, etc.
Nice to have:
Strong Experience with AWS tools & services such as EC2, S3, EKS, RDS, Route53, CloudFormation, etc.
AWS networking design experience, working knowledge of VPCs, VPC peering, Virtual Interfaces, etc.
Software development experience (both scripting and "programming" languages).
Experience with IaaS/PaaS services
Clear understanding of CI/CD pipeline and SDLC process
This position may require travel