So, you've been doing sysadmin work for a while now and you're having fun. You're managing a large number of production servers and your designs have ensured a high level of up-time in your production environment. You can design a system, build a case for your ideas, obtain budget to purchase them and then go build and implement the systems yourself. Your systems are secure and pass every audit that management throws at you. Everything is automated and you wrote enough scripts that your manager decided not to hire another person on your team. You've implemented production releases and opened plenty of bugs when things don't work the way they should in production.
But... you aren't satisfied. There is something missing for you. You're ready to learn something new and take on a new challenge. You want to make sure you can use the skills you have and build new ones. You want to build things, get them to the point they are stable and move on to build the next thing. This is what consulting is all about! No more pager duty. No more 24X7 work. Sure, the occasional after hours work comes along, but it's the exception rather than the rule. Isn't it time for a career that allows you to live your life rather than be your life?
As a member of Coyote Creek's Atlassian Team, you will work with teammates on a wide range of projects at companies anywhere from startups all the way up to Fortune 100 and everything in between. Our clients are the best and brightest in Silicon Valley, the US and the World, in a wide range of industries and level of maturity. Use your skills to do what you love, get things to a stable state and then move on to the next challenge! Work is a mixture of on-site at a client's office and remote over VPN. Some travel may be required, but probably no more than once per quarter. You'll be working on and collaborating with a distributed team with members across the US and Canada. The team works with IT, Engineering, Operations and a wide range of other business teams on the implementation of, migration to and operation of Atlassian's tools suite. Atlassian has the most popular bug/issue tracking system, JIRA, Confluence is their enterprise wiki, Bitbucket is their Git source control system and more. It's an exciting space and the way teams use Atlassian's tools is ever changing and evolving.
Technical Requirements (a combination of the following would be desirable):