What you'll do Overview The DevOps Manager will engage and work collaboratively with business and IT stakeholders across product and project teams. This individual will be comfortable leading by example and will serve as the champion for DevOps principles across the enterprise. This role includes responsibilities for guiding continued innovation and implementing strategies for increasing quality and velocity of organizational change. The Manager oversees an offshore team that performs root cause analysis for issues as well as proposes and develops preventative measures. Works closely with internal IT and business partners, to identify requirements and to design appropriate environments. Ensures ongoing operations, data integrity, and SLAs are met for all environments including SOX and PCI auditing requirements. The position will define standards and best practices to create DevOps reference architectures for implementation by engineering and application teams. Specific Responsibilities IncludeManage all aspects of hybrid-cloud environments and technology automation, with focus on continuous operations and new server creation in Amazon Web Services and on-premise compute resources. Ensure systems are well-engineered and effectively integrated into the company’s various IT service offerings. Implement systems/services which ensures high system availability and maximizes usage of all Information Technology resources.Lead future DevOps strategies and directions that enable faster value delivery using Lean-Agile principles and practices.Work with IT, business groups, and partners to define requirements used to design solutions. Lead vendor management and strategic partnership development.Ensure all monitoring, and dashboards, and processes are in place to meet SLAs. This position will be based at The Wendy's Company headquarters in Dublin, a suburb of Columbus, OH. Wendy’s is the world's second largest quick-service hamburger company and was built on the premise, "Quality is our Recipe®," which remains the guidepost of the Wendy's system. Today, Wendy's and its franchisees employ hundreds of thousands of people across more than 6,700 restaurants worldwide with a vision of becoming the world's most thriving and beloved restaurant brand.