Build Engineer II
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance has protected fellow Hoosiers for more than 80 years. With a home office in downtown Indianapolis and local offices throughout 92 counties, we serve Indiana with nearly 450 agents and 1200 employees who live and work throughout the systems. As a leader in auto and homeowner’s insurance and the largest writer of farm insurance in Indiana, we continuously look for opportunities to enhance and grow our services. A significant piece of the focus is our technology organization which is around 200 people and growing. This group is made up of strong innovative and visionary people who have common focus of enhancing our customer experience.
Today, we’re adding new talent to our team. We are looking for someone with solid AWS and CI/CD experience who wants to work alongside some skilled technology professionals in a team environment. Indiana Farm Bureau has been very successful “growing our own” so if you love to learn and have passion around technology, apply below!
What you’ll be doing:
- Creates and maintains an infrastructure, often called a source control system or build system, full of tools and frameworks that will make the job of software building and deployment easier.
- Designs scripts and tools used for software development that uses Java programming and scripting to create source code
- Seamlessly integrate updates of the software using continuous delivery pipelines
What we require:
- 3-5 years technology experience with proven track record of value added contributions in the evolution of software delivery
- Minimum of 3 years of AWS and Fargate containerization experience
- Ability to administer tools used for continuous integration/continuous delivery.
- Ability to research, recommend, and stay on top of advancements in continuous integration tools and industry best practices
- Experience developing playbooks for repeatable deployment processes for system components between environments
- Must take ownership of maintaining and updating tools, scripts and processes as technology evolves