Lead DevOps Engineer

Job description

OpenVPN Inc is developing the next-generation of secure and scalable communication platform to connect every device securely through the ubiquitous internet to any Private Cloud, Private Network and Public Network resources and applications. Building continued success at OpenVPN is about having a committed staff inspired by our vision. Our values include providing autonomy to our employees. The freedom with this kind of flexibility allows our team space to be more creative, which is an important factor for innovative ideas.

We are currently in need of a qualified Lead DevOps Engineer to complement our current Infrastructure/Dev team


  • We have a global hybrid infrastructure supporting many different products and services and need a qualified DevOps Engineer to help manage and build our current infrastructure as well as plan infrastructure for future growth and products
  • As a Lead DevOps Engineer, you will design, implement, test, deploy and support continuous integration pipelines that build and deploy to development, testing and production environments, while you coach, mentor, and proactively support other team members
  • You will be challenged with new software, hardware and technology and be in constant communication with operations teams and dev teams

Job requirements


  • 8+ years of experience in the Infrastructure/DevOps role
  • Strong background in Linux Administration
  • Experience with SQL/NoSQL Databases, Python, Bash and Perl Scripting skills
  • Experience with infrastructure in a cloud environment (strongly prefer AWS)
  • Strong knowledge in web server technologies, specifically Nginx
  • Experience with container orchestration and deployment (ex: Docker, Kubernetes, ECS, EKS)
  • Experience with CI/CD tools (ex: Jenkins, Git)
  • Experience with configuration management tools (ex: Ansible, Terraform, Puppet)
  • Experience in Networking, TCP/IP, OSI model, VPN technology
  • Strong lead skills with onsite and off-shore coordination experience
  • Strong communication skills (both verbal and written), good interpersonal and people skills
  • A self-starter, initiative taker. Someone who can take ownership of their role and bring new ideas to management