Five Great DevOps Job Opportunities – provides a weekly DevOps jobs report highlighting opportunities for DevOps professionals. This effort aims to better serve our audience and make it easier for DevOps professionals to advance their careers in these challenging economic times.

Of course, the pool of available DevOps talent is still relatively constrained, so when one DevOps professional takes on a new role, it tends to create opportunities for others.

The five job postings shared this week are selected based on the company looking to hire, the vertical industry segment, and, naturally, the pay scale being offered.

We’re also committed to providing additional insights into the state of the DevOps job market. In the meantime, for your consideration.

Capital OneParis, TXSenior Manager Software Engineering – DevOps$234,700 to $267,900

Johnson & JohnsonRedwood City, CASenior DevOps Software Engineer$160,000 to $187,000

U.S. BankSan FranciscoLead Software Engineer (DevOps/SRE)$144,160 to $186,5000

Sherwin WilliamsClevelandInfrastructure DevOps Lead Engineer$103,800 to $133,336

Marriott InternationalRemotePlatform Engineer – Kubernetes$83,500 to $178,603

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Secure Coding Practices

Step 1 of 7


Does your organization currently implement secure guardrails in the software development process?(Required)

Yes, extensively across all projects

Yes, but only in specific projects or teams

In the process of implementation

No, but planning to in the near future

No, and no plans to implement

What are the biggest challenges you face in implementing secure guardrails within your development processes? (Select all that apply)(Required)

Lack of awareness or understanding

Technical difficulties in integration

Resistance from development teams

Lack of suitable tools

Cost constraints

Other, tell us more:

How effective do you find secure guardrails in preventing security vulnerabilities in your projects? Rate on a scale from 1 (Not effective) to 5 (Highly effective)(Required)






To what extent are your secure guardrails automated?(Required)

Fully automated

Mostly automated with some manual processes

Equally automated and manual

Mostly manual with some automation

Entirely manual

What features do you prioritize in a secure guardrail solution? (Rank in order of importance)Ease of integration into existing workflowsComprehensive coverage of security vulnerabilitiesCustomizability for specific project needsMinimal impact on development speedActionable insights and recommendationsSupport for a wide range of programming languages and frameworks

What are your organization’s plans regarding the adoption or enhancement of secure guardrails within the next 12 months?(Required)

Expand the use of secure guardrails to more projects

Enhance the capabilities of existing secure guardrails

Maintain current level of secure guardrail use without changes

Reduce reliance on secure guardrails

No plans related to secure guardrails

What best describes your primary role?(Required)

Security Engineer

DevOps Engineer

Platform Engineer

Security champion on the development team

Software Developer

CISO (or equivalent)

Sr. Management (CEO, CTO, CIO, CPO, VP)

Manager, Director