Associate/AVP, DevOps and API Engineer

  • Attractive
  • Singapour, Singapore
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • GIC Private Limited
  • 17 oct. 17 2017-10-17

The Technology Department (TD) is a key enabler to keep our business moving forward and is constantly exploring state-of-the-art information technologies to enhance GIC’s ability to be the leading global long-term investment firm. We aim to provide users with empowering and transformational capabilities, and to create an inclusive, innovative and integrated work environment. We are looking for a potential talent to join our Technology Department as Associate/AVP, DevOps and API Engineer.

Responsibilities:
 
•Enhance and maintain the DevOps orchestration platform for Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD)
•Continuously build additional capabilities to the DevOps platform for Continuous Security Testing, Continuous Performance Testing and integration with Public Cloud technology
•Integrate DevOps Platform with Agile Project Management workflows, to create an integrated Agile-DevOps infrastructure, workflow and user experience
•Strategise, implement, perform change-management and lead the onboarding of business applications to DevOps
•Manage and maintain the platform and tools related to DevOps e.g. Git, code review tools and customised tools for DevOps pipeline management
•Be part of the API team which manages the API Management platform, and drive API creation & adoption across business application and data teams
•Be part of project teams to implement RESTful APIs which aligns to internal standards and design best practices
•Provide internal training on DevOps, API and Automated Testing
 
 
Requirements:
 
•Knowledge and experience using and administering Jenkins for Continuous Integration and Delivery.
•Knowledge and experience building Pragmatic RESTful APIs and OData-based APIs
•Scrum Alliance Scrum Master Certification (or equivalent)
•Passionate about Agile project management, automated testing and correct version control practices
•Knowledge and experience in building containerised, horizontally-scalable microservices is an added advantage