DevOps Engineer

Ref No. EMP437556
Salary £60,000 - £90,000/annum
Location Croydon, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

Croydon - British Citizen - DevOps

Important

Linux, Unix, AWS, Terraform, IaC, Python, Jenkins, Ansible, Automation

The Job

I'm looking for five AWS Platform Engineers to join a fab team down in sunny Croydon!

Your day to day role will consist of identifying opportunities to automate & containerize solutions within top secret government operations!

You need strong analytical and problem solving skills sided with the ability to interact with C-level / Senior Leadership team members.

The must haves?

- You'll need to come from a Unix/Linuxy background

- Have commercial AWS experience

- Security Clearance /Clearable is ESSENTIAL!

- Hands on exposure with Terraform & Ansible

- Python or Bash Scripting skills

- Experience with either Docker or Kubernetes

Working for a great company, you'll be based on a customer site with a team of Engineers, Enterprise Architects & Project Managers, identifying opportunities to automate and containerize solutions as well as ensuring solutions are well engineered, operable and maintainable.

For more information please feel free to get in touch via LinkedIn -/ aws-devops-vic or by email - Vicky (dot) Barnaby (at) networkerstechnology (dot) com or give me a call - the number listed in the advert is my direct dial.

I work with a number of national and international companies, solution providers, MSP's and consultancies across the UK with a focus on Cloud technologies so if this role was a little below your ideal salary, a bit too far to travel or not making the most of your experience then please get in touch to discuss other opportunities.

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