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HALLMARK CARDS, INC REMOTE: Sr. DevOps Engineer 751676400 in Kansas City, Missouri

Posting End Date: 06/11/2021Number of Openings: 2HALLMARK - WHEN YOU CARE ENOUGH YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLDCome joinus.You'll add value to one of the world's most iconic consumer brands and be part of our company with a life-affirming purpose to inspire meaningful connections. Our products, content and experiences aim toenrich all livesby making a genuine difference in every life, every day, andour business is focused on bringing thevalue and relevance of Diversity and Inclusion to every brand, product and person we touch.Our overarching enterprise DandI Framework and plans demonstrate our belief and value in having a diverse and inclusive workforce.Hallmark's DandI effortswill continue to represent ongoing progress and reinforce our commitment, as will our intentional focus on bringing more diverse talent into our business and onto our teams.Hallmark has been recognized as one of Forbes and Statista 2020 Best employers for Diversity, Women and New Graduates .Senior DevOps EngineerWho we are...The Digital Center of Excellence (DCOE) is the organization within Hallmark Technology that is responsible for:Building a world-class, consumer-focused caring platform that enables Hallmark's lines of business (LOB) across the enterprise (Crayola, Crown Media, Hallmark Global) to accelerate their direct-to-consumer product strategiesDeveloping a Cloud-first, multi-tenant digital platform that provides capabilities and services, such as a unified Hallmark Profile, Product Recommendations, Global Payment services, etc.Building, securing and operating digital consumer products for Hallmark's LOBsScaling development capabilities to build for Hallmark's futureAs a member of the DCOE group you'll partner with high functioning, high energy teams of cross-functional disciplines that bring products like Hallmark.com and our Hallmark Gold Crown Omnichannel network to life for our consumers. With a consumer-first focus this group delivers impactful digital solutions that have a direct impact on consumer brand engagement and retention in the digital space, which results in revenue growth and brand relevance.What we're looking for:You're a hands-on Senior DevOps Engineer ready to join the DCOE's DevOps team. Your primary responsibilities include infrastructure design and developmentof the DCOE's AWS platform. In addition,you'll provide insight to cross-functional colleagues (e.g. Architecture, Development, Product, UX, Security) about technical requirements and limitations encountered as development meets infrastructure.What you will be doing:As a Senior DevOps Engineer, you will provide technical support in a modern/cloud infrastructure; where automation, IaaS, security, and resiliency are paramount. The responsibilities include supporting all aspects of the customer facing/production infrastructure as well as Development, QA, and Staging environments. In addition to the basics listed above, this also includes monitoring/alerting, vulnerability management and patching, automation, Infrastructure as Code (IaC), mentorship, and representing/working with other departments to ensure we're supporting the business in a scalable manner to support the growing customer base. We love innovation, and support efforts that provide automated systems for the purpose of 99.99% uptime.Work closely with other product, engineering and customer service teams to ensure services are available 24 x 7.Maintain a program of proactive systems administration using automation, including but not limited to a system of updates, patches/fixes, system enhancements, log monitoring, and system hardening.Maintain a disaster recovery plan for all systems to include both a regular backup schedule and tested process for recovery.Create processes that enhance operational workflow and provide positive employee/customer impact.Utilize strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills including ability to perform root cause analysis for any lessons learned and failure patterns amenable to lo

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