CIRES/ NSIDC Software Dev/Ops Engineer

Posting Date: 
19 October 2021
CU Job Posting Number: 
34300
Job Type: 
Full-time
About NSIDC: 
The mission of the National Snow and Ice Data Center is to make fundamental contributions to cryospheric science and excel in managing data and disseminating information in order to advance understanding of the Earth system. NSIDC is a trusted source of cryospheric data and services, and is a leader in research and development within this field. We enjoy a broad stable funding base which collectively supports our infrastructure and provides growth in numerous technical fields.
About this job: 

NSIDC is looking for a team-oriented mid-level software dev/ops engineer with an interest in
developing and supporting the infrastructure for cloud-based data and services on the NSIDC
Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC). You would be working on a variety of projects, including cloud computing on the NASA DAAC cloud data management system, infrastructure, integration applications, and operational automation. Our development group applies software engineering best practices with modern tools and languages to a variety of customer-facing projects that support snow and ice research, data management, and dissemination. We apply processes such as Kanban, Scaled Agile Framework, continuous integration, and pair programming to produce high-quality software.

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