DevOps Engineer / Production Support Analyst

Wiley Edge
Job LocationUS
Job TagFull Time

Location: Salt Lake City, UT (some travel required)


As an Engineer/Analyst with Wiley Edge, you’ll play a vital role in enterprise technology, from algorithmic trading engines to regulatory reporting. Think of it as healthcare for technology.

As an Engineer/Analyst with Wiley Edge, you’ll be on a shared mission to look after the technical systems and processes other teams rely on. Once training is completed, you can be considered for several diverse roles, such as Junior DevOps, Production Support, Support Analyst, Junior Software Engineer, or IT Operations.


  • Discuss production support activity at a high level, including ITIL (information technology infrastructure library), monitoring, DevOps, SRE (site reliability engineering), and disaster recovery.
  • Discuss common financial topics, including financial markets, equity trading, derivatives, currency, treasury, regulation, and risk.
  • Write a basic computer program in Python, including user input, common data structures, and flow of control.
  • Use MySQL to perform CRUD (create, read, update, and delete) operations on a relational database stored in a MySQL Server.


  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related STEM subject (science, technology, engineering, math).
  • A GPA of 2.75+ or higher. We look for potential, not prestige, but it’s important that you enjoy pushing yourself to pick up new ideas.
  • Ability to troubleshoot, taking an analytical approach to solve problems.
  • Excellent spoken and written English communication skills.
  • The right to work without needing visa sponsorship.

Employer Insights:

  • Hire –> train –> deploy model: 8 week training followed by 24 month job placement.
  • Need to be familiar with object oriented programming languages: Java, Python, C#, C++
  • Salt Lake City is new area in US, looking for local talent

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