DevOps Engineer

Ref No. EMP446389
Location South London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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With the opportunity to lead, plan, guide & support clients across the public sector you'll be resolving issues with a mixture of technical experts by using your innovative thinking & problem solving skills!


Jenkins, CircleCI, Team City, Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Salt, AWS, Azure, Rackspace, Linux, Kuberenetes, Docker

The Job

It'll be your responsibility to not only manage but educate DevOps Engineers more junior than yourself with your Amazon Web Services, Azure or Rackspace Cloud Architecture, Service Management & Development experiences.

Your team size will vary from 5 to 10 people throughout the project lifecycles!

Based in South London you'll be on a secure client site on a permanent basis which will require Security Clearance

Coming from a Linuxy background & having used tools like Jenkins, CircleCI, Team City, Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Salt… You'll be leading the way amongst your peers with your DevOps toolkit!

If this is of interest to you, click apply & i'll be in touch.

I work with a number of national and international companies, solutions providers and MSP's across the UK with a focus on DevOps tooling & Cloud technologies so if this role isn't the one for you - still drop me a note & I'll get in touch to find out what it is you're looking for.

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

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