Are you bored, uninterested or even frustrated in your current DevOps role?
Maybe your current company are showing a lack of interest or investment within a DevOps function, whatever the reason is how does playing a vital role in the organisation you work for whilst embracing a DevOps culture and implementing new and awesome technologies sound?
You will be part of a small, friendly team within a fast growing company (doubled in size since Covid) working in an energetic and dedicated team with a culture focused on delivering high quality code whilst having fun. Offering you a competitive salary and share options with a generous equipment budget so you can work with the best tools available.
My client are a leading cyber security company that provides continuous threat monitoring & active defence strategy within the transport sector, they pride themselves on their expertise of assessing risks and delivering cyber security solutions whilst building relationships that support organisations.
Role - DevOps Engineers
Location - Remote UK
Salary - £60k to £85k
They are currently looking for DevOps engineers with experience developing and deploying complex products and services built on a polyglot of languages and technologies ideally with the technical knowledge of the following
Languages: Python, HCL, YAML, bash/shell scripts.
Products: GCP, DataDog, Sentry, Semaphore.
Tools: Yocto, Terraform, Bazel, Ansible, LinuxKit, Kubernetes, Helm, Skaffold.
Future: AWS, Packer, Windows IoT, some fancy Yocto build automation... what would you suggest?
If you don not tick all the boxes on the tech stack no problem there is always flexibility, please just contact me and I can run through the job description with you.
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