Job Description

Changing the way releases are done such that the customers don’t get surprised and the process is not onerous to slow the development. This job comes with more than a few perks – you get to be involved with the entire organization and rethink, innovate, and change the way the development and delivery process works.

The Release Manager is involved throughout the product development lifecycle, ensuring that the final product meets customer needs. The role is not post-development but is involved from the beginning to build new tools and process to enable continuous integration and have some fun along the way. The Release Manager is the ultimate team player and will be involved in multiple development efforts for each release cycle. He or she is the go-to person for dev-ops and will be a champion for process improvement.


  • Automate release processes to eliminate manual work and human error
  • Deliver tools and features to core operations and development teams
  • Eliminate manual steps wherever you see them
  • Proactively identify and mitigate risks and remove obstacles
  • Communicate plans and status; escalate issues as required
  • Champion Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery process
  • Drive the release planning process and define and manage a release calendar, release schedules and milestones
  • Manage Releases
  • Deliver a multi-year roadmap for the release and tools team


  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience
  • 5-8 years of experience managing a DevOps, Release, or Tools automation team
  • 5-8 years of experience with UNIX/Linux
  • 5-8 years of experience with shell scripting
  • Comfortable working with executives to deliver long term roadmaps
  • Organized and reliable, able to efficiently manage multiple tasks
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • A passion for automation
  •  Solid understanding of the deployment pipeline including, source control systems, build automation, code analysis, and deployment
  • Experience with build tools, build systems, and configuration management best practices in large multi-team, multi-product organizations
  • Strong knowledge of Branching and Merging methodologies

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