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Automation Engineer

Job Title: Automation Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire
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Salary: £475 - £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Month (EXT)
REF: AUTO-ENG
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email: alexw@montash.com
Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

Key Responsibilities

  • Automating Infrastructure Provisioning
  • Automating Application Provisioning
  • Automating SOM Tooling deployment & Integration
  • Automating Operational Tasks
  • Automating response to Incidents/Problems
  • Providing overall SOM compute capacity demand to Foundation Service for storage, network, CPU and shared service(IaaS)

Key Skills

  • Two to five years' experience in automation
  • Two to five years' experience in Cloud Technologies
  • Experience with VMware
  • Working knowledge of Linux and Windows operating
  • Working knowledge of networks, network devices and configurations
  • Proven experience in using automation tools
  • Recent hands on experience in Infrastructure Design (hosting, storage, network, PaaS/IaaS)
  • Ability to learn new tools/techniques quickly and apply this to the SOM environment
  • Self-motivated
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to decompose high Level requirements, model them and document in sufficient detail for low level design
  • Experience working in small teams
  • Knowledge of Event Management and automated responses
  • Knowledge of Request and Fulfilment and how to automate fulfilment
  • Ability to work collaboratively across multiple disparate teams
  • Ability to integrate infrastructure, application and service provisioning with ITIL Request Management.
  • Able automate the workflow process (including approvals) and orchestrate the provision of complex catalogue items using tools such as CA PAM (as an example).
  • Able to configure/code to industry API's such as RestFUL/SOAP

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