Do you want to help deliver high quality, cloud-based software to accelerate research across nearly all areas of science, to have a positive impact on the world? Would you love to be an enabler of breakthroughs in any one of a myriad discplines—materials science, climate change, public policy, or the life sciences (just to mention a few)?

Join the Globus team!

Globus is a sustainable, non-profit service within The University of Chicago, run like a startup business. We develop, operate, and sell commercial-grade, cloud-based software application and platform services used by 100s of thousands of researchers to solve their large–and growing–data management challenges. Globus is the preferred way to transfer, share, publish and manage research data for hundreds of organizations worldwide, often moving over 1 petabyte of data per day. We’re excited by the impact Globus is having on science and discovery, and we’re sure you will be too. If you enjoy collaborative, innovative, mission-driven environments, Globus could be a great fit for you!

We have offices located at 401 North Michigan Ave. in the heart of downtown Chicago, at Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago's western suburbs, and in San Diego; as well as work-from-home options. We offer competitive compensation with great benefits and flexible work hours. Apply for one of the open jobs below and help us take Globus to the next level!

Senior DevOps Engineer

As a senior member of the Globus Operations team, reporting to the System and Security Operations Manager, the focus of this position is to architect, implement and operate a resilient Cloud infrastructure to ensure security, high-performance, high-availability and scalability for Globus platform services. We’re looking for a talented DevOps engineer who can integrate our services with the monitoring, operations, and deployment engineering required for effective operation as a hosted service.

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