Contract | 500-550 |
We’re looking for DevOps Engineers with hands-on experience in an Agile Scrum environments. Are you passionate about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery? Do you consider yourself an expert in Ansible? Do you have strong scripting abilities?
We have a high profile project that requires the highest grade of DevOps Engineer for an initial six-month contract, with the likelihood of extension thereafter.
- Linux Administration Background
- CI Tools: Preferably Jenkins
- Configuration Management Experience: Saltstack / Ansible / Puppet
- Proven Cloud Experience: AWS / SkyScape / Google Cloud
- Version Control: Github or SVN
If successful, you will have the chance to work with a team of some impressive Engineers who are leaders in their field, whilst having the autonomy to have a real impact on the success and direction of the project.
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from DevOps Engineers of any age for this role. LinuxRecruit are a leading open source specialist and provide services as an agency and an employment business.
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