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DevOps Consultant

Job Title: DevOps Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Zürich,
Industry:
Salary: €550 - €700 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: DevConsultantOct
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email: HarryG@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

DevOps Consultant - 6 Month Contract

Montash have been engaged by a global telecommunications organisation to secure 2 DevOps Consultants. This will be for an initial 6 month contract, however the scope of the project is 24 Months.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a fast-paced operations environment, and develop your career in Cloud technologies.

We are looking for 2 DevOps Consultants, who are social and collaborative and want to get involved in the environment.

Responsibilities for this DevOps Consultant:

  • The creation of the guidance and tools to deliver services in Cloud based environment across multiple providers and locations.
  • Be able to advise the business on how to set up and manage the environment
  • Implement and support VMware
  • Talk to the business and transfer the tech side
  • Infrastructure planning, design and implementation
  • Ensuring continuous 24/7/365 availability

Skills & Experience for this DevOps Consultant:

  • Virtual Computing (VMWare)
  • Familiar with HP Infrastructure
  • Linux Systems Administration
  • Service monitoring
  • Degree within engineering of computer science

If you are looking to further your career within Devops & Cloud then please apply.

Keywords: DevOps / VMware / HP / Linux / Cloud / Telecommunication

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