DevSecOps Engineer

DevSecOps Engineer

Vacancy ID: DSO1
Job Location & Mode:
Poland, Krakow
Office / hybrid / remote
Belarus, Minsk Optional relocation to Poland
Office / hybrid / remote


  • Create secure cloud infrastructure designs
  • Set up test and production environments with Terraform
  • Design and implement CI/CD pipeline for the apps’ delivery
  • Design and implement Security as Code toolset for build- and runtime
  • Continuously analyze and improve the security posture of software solutions
  • Upgrade Syberry’s security expertise: improve policies, create trainings, analyze security incidents, and verify security
  • Writing code
  • Leading a team


  1. Commercial experience as a DevOps Engineer:
    • Designing and implementing of CI/CD platform for software solutions
    • Using Terraform for cloud resource management
    • Designing and implementing secure cloud infrastructure in AWS
  2. Experience in designing and implementing Security as Code toolset for build- and runtime
  3. Experience in continuously analyzing and improving security posture of software solutions
  4. Ability to lead a team:
    • Designing a roadmap to develop software toolchain
    • Leading a team of engineers towards established goals
    • Evaluating individual performance of team members
  5. Ability to write code
  6. Experience in writing technical documentation
  7. At least Upper-Intermediate level of English and ability to communicate with the customer's engineering and management teams
  8. At least Upper-Intermediate level of Russian
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