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Cloud Engineer (VMware)

Job Title: Cloud Engineer (VMware)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Salary: £80 - £100 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: ClVm17y_1500045846
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Cloud Engineer (VMware) - 6 Month Contract - The Hague, Netherlands

Montash are engaged with a leading software client based in Utrecht, Netherlands who are looking to engage a passionate Cloud Engineer with professional VMware knowledge and experience.

The client have a continuous desire to adapt, learn and extend their current ways of working and technologies to enable them to stay considered a 'leader' within the technology industry.

Key Skills

  • Ideally 2 years experience in an operation role, whether that be DevOps, SRE or network/server management etc.
  • Familiar with at least one configuration management system such as Chef, Puppet, Ansible or similar.
  • Experience of coding in at least one language including Shell Scripting, PHP, Python, Ruby, Java.
  • Passionate about technology and always wants to strive for the next best thing.
  • Effective communication and stakeholder engagement skills.
  • Fluent English is essential, fluent Dutch is beneficial but desirable.

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