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$100K - 120K a year
About Ascendion Ascendion is a full-service digital engineering solutions company. We make and manage software platforms and products that power growth and deliver captivating experiences to consumers and employees. Our engineering, cloud, data, experience design, and talent solution capabilities accelerate transformation and impact for enterprise clients. Headquartered in New Jersey, our workforce of 6,000+ Ascenders delivers solutions from around the globe. Ascendion is built differently to engineer the next.
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We are looking for a Kubernetes Engineer who will be responsible for supporting internal App/Dev Teams with their applications/services running on the clients' Kubernetes Platform.
The Company offers the following benefits for this position, subject to applicable eligibility requirements:
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Remote (United States)
$106K - 158.9K a year
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) seek a hands-on engineer to focus on Linux DevOps, Kubernetes (K8s) cluster management and data management of complex, high-throughput biological and environmental data. The EMSL is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facility that provides innovative and breakthrough experimental and computational science that addresses DOE Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER) programs by providing access to more than 75 state-of-the-art instrumental and high-performance computing capabilities. EMSL users address some of the most important molecular-to-mesoscale challenges relevant to DOE missions. The position requires an ability and willingness to assist EMSL staff and users in understanding and adhering to the EMSL data management policies and procedures.
The candidate should have experience in Linux DevOps, on-premises Kubernetes cluster management, Linux system administration, data workflows, and modern software engineering methodologies. The candidate is expected to work closely with EMSL’s Computing Platforms team to administer Kubernetes resources and develop robust data workflow automation processes and back-end data storage systems that support data sharing across DOE facilities and the broader scientific community.
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