Lead DevOps Engineer
To become a good Lead DevOps Engineer you will need to have at least a few years (preferably 5+) of experience in DevOps capacity. You should also have extensive knowledge of software development and various tools and coding languages. A University degree in Computer Science or a similar field is not required but is a big plus. But now to the work responsibilities. As a Lead DevOps Engineer, you will spend most of your time on the automation of all manual tasks for the building and deployment of both code and data. You will also train, supervise, and coordinate junior DevOps engineers, develop operations processes, implement new software deployment strategies, and conduct professional software testing when needed.
"To make professional hospitality simple and accessible" is their mission and main goal and it's also what you gonna be working on if you join their team. With over $3 billion in room sales annually, hundreds of employees in more than 30 countries, and tens of thousands of clients all over the world, Cloudbeds is one of leading private companies in the computer hardware & software industry. Therefore, if you successfully go through their hiring process, you'll get a chance to be a part of a very modern company which cares about its' people and customers and moreover supports the remote work (you'll be able to work from wherever you want!).
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How to write your own Lead DevOps Engineer resume?
1. Write a winning resume summary/career objective
This 2-3 sentences long section is a very important part of a resume for any position. It gives you the opportunity to summarize your professional experience, top skills, and basically your whole CV. You can also use it to show to the hiring managers what you are looking for and what you expect from your potential new job. Try to make this section as perfect as possible as it will probably be the first thing the recruiters will read. After creating a perfect resume summary place it to the very top of your resume. The profile section of the resume above provides a great example of how to do it.
Lead DevOps Engineer Profile Summary Example
"During my job experience, I had practical skills with interesting technologies, tasks, people. In the whole role of my engineering practice include building and supporting web SaaS solutions based on Linux/Unix platform in a cloud (AWS) and on-premise, experience on server infrastructure migration, monitoring, and securing, LAMP, and Linux Server setup/administration. Takes the form part in automating, supporting and ensuring CI/CD in product development."
2. List your relevant work experience
If you are applying for a Lead DevOps Engineer job, which is a more senior position, you probably already have a lot of work experience. Don't make the mistake of explaining every little one of them, no matter how irrelevant it is. With that being said you should only include experience which is relevant to the job you are applying for. This will make your resume look much more professional and personalized and what's more important will not get the recruiters to get bored, which a very long resume might quickly do. So only include the experience which you feel should not be left out.
Lead DevOps Engineer Work Experience Example
Linux Administrator / DevOps - King-Servers (08/2011 – 12/2015)
"Installed, configured, and maintained web services"
"Experience with Apache, Nginx, PHP-fpm"
"Experience with DNS"
"Knowledge of complex web hosting configuration components"
3. Mention skills that fit the job ad
By editing the skills section of your resume, you can perfectly tailor it to the specific job description. This will help your resume to stand out from the pile of thousands of job applications. Include only the skills and abilities you feel are important and put this section right after the education part. The good skills to be mentioned in this case are languages, software skills, and relevant interpersonal abilities.
Lead DevOps Engineer Skills Example
"AWS - Intermediate"
"Puppet - Intermediate"
"Shell - Intermediate"
"Python - Intermediate"