Senior Cloud Engineer

Ref No. EMP443801
Location Greenwich, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (12 Months)
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

Senior Cloud Engineer required for a 12 month contract based in Greenwich, London.

Important

Azure

The Job

Working for a high-profile Government organisation, you will use cutting edge technology and big data to support a wide range of challenging projects.

As a Senior engineer, you will be responsible for delivering the organisations infrastructure automation strategy. The team includes hands on coders, deploying automated OS and Database builds into public and private Cloud.

Skills Required:

* Proven ability to automate Azure infrastructure within an Enterprise Company
* ARM and PowerShell Scripting using a GIT repository
* Troubleshoot Windows 2016 or Red Hat 7 server
* Creation and enforcement of security and standards through policies
* Excellent writing and communication to peers and senior management

Skills Desirable:

* AWS automated deployment
* PowerShell DSC
* Azure DevOps
* Software Defined Networking

This role is to start ASAP - outside of IR35 (Pending test) and will pay £331 p/d PAYE (excluding pension and holiday pay) or £435 p/d Ltd/Umbrella.

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