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DevOps Engineering Lead

Job Title: DevOps Engineering Lead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £600 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SDBO7340_1494434840
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email: sadiyeb@montash.com
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

DevOps Engineering Lead - City/South East London - £550 - £600 Per Day - 6 Month Contract

Montash are engaged with a multinational organisation who are looking for an experienced DevOps Engineering Lead on an initial 6 month contract starting immediately.

Responsibilities

  • Develop conceptual, logical and physical architecture for Cloud services capability covering: automation and provisioning layer, virtual infrastructure design in AWS / Azure providers
  • Provide architectural expertise support to a DevOps team designing and coding infra and application service templates in CloudFormation and Azure Resource Templates for orchestrating cloud services
  • Automate environment configuration and deployment with tools like Chef, Ansible, etc.
  • Experience AD integration between on-premise and Cloud providers (SAML2, ADFS)
  • Working with solution architects to forge the way forward for additional and enhanced capabilities which client's internal Cloud Service Line can offer.

Key Skills

  • Solid foundations required with Linux and Windows systems administration and engineering.
  • Requires experience in Windows domain administration, including user management, group policy and related
  • Familiarity with remote Windows administration practices, (including PowerShell) would certainly be an advantage
  • Utilising programming languages like Python, Perl, Java and Ruby with an emphasis in tuning, optimization and best practices for application developers
  • Leveraging DevOps techniques and practices like Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Test Automation, Build Automation and Test Driven Development to enable the rapid delivery of end user capabilities
  • Demonstrable experience of managing risk of change into large scale global environments

The client is looking for someone to be based between the City of London and South East London and you will be required onsite for 5 days per week. Please ensure this will work for you before submission.

Please contact me for more information on sadiyeb@montash.com or 0207 014 0231.

KEYWORDS: DEVOPS / ENGINEERING / LEAD / AMAZON WEB SERVICES / AWS / MICROSOFT AZURE / AZURE / CLOUD / CLOUDFORMATION / CHEF / PYTHON / JAVA / PERL / ANSIBLE / RUBY / PHP / .NET / LONDON / CITY / UK /

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