Jenkins remote jobs

EPAM Anywhere is looking for remote and freelance Jenkins Developers.


Competitive compensation

We back all payments and operate in compliance with country-specific labor regulations. Your annual paycheck can range from $15k to $200k.


Numerous benefits

Make use of 1,500+ online and location-specific benefits across 30+ countries that also include healthcare and sports programs for you and your family.


Limitless career growth opportunities

Get access to a large-scale ecosystem that consists of educational and career development services created for your growth. A personal skill advisor will support you on each step of this journey.

Remote Jenkins career with EPAM Anywhere

Together with Python, Docker, and Git, Jenkins is among the most sought-after technologies today. It’s all about the power of automation it brings into projects and how simple continuous delivery becomes for developers. You’re just pushing your changes, and Jenkins takes over testing your application, checking its safety, and making a new build.

Jenkins is essential for the modern development process, but it’s useless without a skilled professional who would deal with its configuration and integration into a project. Companies around the world are on the lookout for a seasoned Jenkins developer to strengthen their teams.

So are we. If you’re such a pro, we at EPAM Anywhere are excited to offer you an opportunity to work remotely with one of Forbes Global 2000 companies. Competitive rewards are guaranteed and an exciting career is imminent. Just choose the opening you like the most and apply.

Let’s see what it takes to be a Jenkins professional with EPAM Anywhere.

Skill required on Jenkins jobs

Typically Jenkins developer deals with infrastructure, continuous integration, and project delivery automation. The expertise of such pros must include:

  • Linux and Unix operating systems
  • deployment automation
  • continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration pipelines
  • scheduling Jenkins, cron jobs
  • Git and its most popular providers — GitHub and GitLab
  • Docker
  • orchestration tools like Kubernetes
  • cloud platforms like AWS, Google cloud, and MS Azure
  • Amazon services like EC2 and S3 are central in Jenkins jobs

Typical responsibilities of a Jenkins Developer

The duties of infrastructural engineers are broad. Speaking particularly of setting up and configuring Jenkins, jobs often include:

  • enforcing and configuring CI/CD using Jenkins
  • implementing the zero-touch deployment of mission-critical services
  • researching new technologies deciding on system efficiency improvements
  • enabling high vertical and horizontal scalability for distributed applications
  • analyze and create automation scripts

Love Jenkins? The job is waiting for you. Choose one of our openings at EPAM Anywhere, hit “Apply,” and see you on the interview!