Lead Infrastructure Engineer
Windows Server, VMWare ESXi, Virtualisation, Blade Technology, Azure,
Great engineers often make great managers, but sometimes great engineers like to remain at the forefront of technology and not give up their 'on the tools' knowledge.
If that sounds like you, then read on...
We are recruiting for two Infrastructure Engineers. Someone who knows the infrastructure like the back of their hand but someone who does not mind lending a helping hand to people in the team too.
You will be nvolved in the thick of the projects- including an upcoming £multi-million migration of their infrastructure estate.
Tech-wise, we're looking at Windows Server '08-'16, VMWare, Horizon, Blade technology as well as Office 365 & Azure.
Whilst we don't need someone who can boast plenty of experience with all of the above, it is required that nothing of the above will scare you too much.
There's a critical programme of work soon to be under way and getting the right Infrastructure Engineer is crucial.
You will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business' server estate (desktop/virtual/physical) and can really drive improvements in resilience and scalability whilst improving the experience for hundreds of internal users.
Enough about what they want though, what do you get?
Well, you'll be an integral player for a great business. Not just a cog in a machine but someone who will be trusted to do what they do best. They are not corporate but they are serious about doing a great job. In recent years, they've really adopted a tech-first approach to their operations and this role will be a crucial one to help continue this.
You'll be competitively paid for the skills you bring (ask me for more details on salary), 25 days holiday (increasing with service), pension and a host of local discounts for whenever the world fully restarts.
Get in touch if you want to know more about the company, the projects, the tech or the package