HarperCollins Publishers

  • Web Engineer

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Information Technology
  • Overview



    HarperCollins is seeking a Web Engineer to join our development team to support our existing operations and help forge a path towards more efficient, secure, and reliable application ecosystem.  We are seeking a candidate with a variety of professional experiences ranging from backend web development, CI/CD automation, and cloud infrastructure.  The ideal candidate has a versatile skillset, is naturally curious, learns quickly, has strong communication skills, is organized and methodical, and is willing and able to learn and adapt.  



    • Own and augment existing CI / CD automation processes
    • Define and implement automated processes to maintain the security and functionality of existing sites
    • Contribute to the transformation of existing apps and infrastructure to managed cloud
    • Cloud services admin responsibilities - primarily AWS
    • Assist with deployment and operational troubleshooting activities, propose corrective measures
    • Liaison with AppSec and dev team to participate in activities relating to SSDLC


    • 5+ years of experience in backend web technologies
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills - active contributions to documentation are expected
    • Solid knowledge of Linux, Apache, comfortable with command line and scripting
    • Prior experience with CI/CD automation tools (Jenkins preferred) as well as configuration management tools (Ansible preferred)  
    • Knowledge of basic networking, DNS, SSL, and domain management
    • Experience with AWS in a production capacity, knowledgeable of available cloud services and concepts
    • Fluency with Git and development workflow best practices
    • Strong grasp of general app and web security concepts, training courses will be provided



    Please note that HarperCollins Publishers does not accept resumes from agencies unless our Human Resources department has authorized in writing a specific agency to submit resumes for a specific position.  Therefore, if an agency submits a resume without Human Resources’ prior written approval to do so, the individual identified on that resume will not be considered a candidate presented by your company.


    HarperCollins Publishers is an equal opportunity employer. 


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