Cloud, Docker, Kubernetes, CI, Testing, Jenkins all important for a role as a DevOps Engineer, but you knew that didn't you? I'm not going to tell you what a DevOps Engineers does because if you're reading this you probably already are one.
What I can describe is the opportunity and challenges that await you if you were to join us at Raytheon.
Cyber crime and threats are evolving across the globe. Raytheon is developing cutting-edge solutions to defeat these threats - and our engineers are at the heart of this vital work.
You'll join a high-performing and truly agile team of specialists drawn from diverse and interesting backgrounds. Working collaboratively and in conjunction with our partner organisations, you'll help to design, develop and maintain critical cyber applications and systems for government, law enforcement and commercial customers.
The team strive to make software excellence the standard. You will be encouraged to develop and share software engineering best practices to continually improve as a team. With the support to develop your skills formally and informally through qualifications and on the job training.
Having tech skills are obviously important but equally so is your ability to communicate, empathise and customer focussed mindset to provide the highest level of service.
What is in it for you? Apart from working in a growing and important industry, you'll get a competitive salary, life assurance, contributory Pension Scheme (up to 10.5% company contribution), iPhone, Mac or Laptop of your choice (within reason) 25 days holiday, enhanced sick pay and family friendly policies, flexible benefits scheme and 37hr working week with a 1.30 finish on a Friday.
Interviews and onboarding new employees is all done remotely at the moment to ensure everyone stay safe.
If all this sounds good to you, then please click apply.