£1bn worth of cloud projects in the past 5 years
One day per week dedicated to training and certifications
Work with clients from enterprise to start-up
If the above sounds interesting to you, keep reading...
This opportunity is to work with a specialised consultancy focused on the design, delivery, and implementation of digital transformation programmes. Over the past 5 years my client has managed over £1bn worth of cloud projects working with clients within FinTech, Energy, Commercial and public sector. Currently they are looking to bolster their team with a Cloud DevOps Engineer, these roles are hands on and will focus on digital transformations to public cloud.
Of course as a consultant no two days will be the same. However there are a few responsibilities that will remain consistent - Working on: CI/CD pipelines (Jenkins, TeamCity), Cloud Architecture (AWS, Azure, GCP), Containerisation and Orchestration (Docker,K8s) , Automation, Configuration Management (Ansible, Puppet, Chef) and IAC (Terraform).
My client is technology agnostic and looking for talented DevOps engineers to upskill across multiple cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure and GCP.
- Public Cloud
- CI/CD Pipelines
- Configuration Management
- IAC - Terraform
Your primary responsibility will be the delivery of E2E projects with clients, however my client can offer considerable upskilling. One day per week will be allocated to technical research and upskilling. Certifications include AWS/Azure/GCP and CKA/CKAD.
In terms of package, my client can offer a competitive salary (between £60,000 - £95,000) alongside a non-contributory pension (9%), 10% Bonus and private health care. This role can offer remote work for those based in the UK.
If you are a interested in applying, then please feel free to contact me at with any of the below. Even if you fancy a chat for insights into the market, do get in touch.
LinkedIn - 'Alexander Gray'
Office - 0191 9174994
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