North America- DevSecOps Advocate – DevOps


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TO APPLY: DevSecOps Advocate

CLIENT INDUSTRY: DevOps/Cloud Native

REPORTS TO: DevSecOps Advocate

Job Description:

Our client is looking for a developer advocate with a passion for security to join their team. Your goal is to drive awareness about securing cloud native infrastructure throughout the development lifecycle so that developers can build applications with confidence.


  • Collaborate with thought leaders in the community to shape the future of DevSecOps
  • Speak about important DevOps and security topics at various conferences, meetups, and other events
  • Author and publish a variety of DevOps and security content (articles, blog posts, videos, how-to’s, etc)
  • Leverage social media to drive awareness about DevOps and security
  • Stay on top of emerging cloud native infrastructure trends and be a subject matter expert for the company
  • Be the voice of the community for the product and engineering teams to improve our clients’ offerings
  • 5+ years experience as a DevOps engineer, cloud infrastructure engineer, or security engineer working with cloud native technologies such as Terraform, Kubernetes, Helm, Ansible, AWS CloudFormation, Docker, Jenkins, etc.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience presenting at technology conferences, blogging or writing technical articles with an existing follower base, or contributing to an open source project

Additional Information

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TITLE : DevSecOps Advocate


Min. Experience : 5+ Years

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