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DevOps Engineer

Job Title: DevOps Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin
Industry:
Salary: €70 - €90 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
REF: DevOps - 1
Contact Name: Brandon James
Contact Email: brandonj@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Montash are assisting one of our current business partners to bring on a team of 4-5 DevOps Engineers to be based in Berlin. This will be on site with a large engineering company who are looking to adopt the 'DevOps culture'.

Candidate Requirements:

  • At least one Configuration Management tool such as Chef, Puppet or Ansible,

  • Automation techniques using Python, Jenkins, CircleCI, Bamboo and other tooling

  • System administration, with a good understanding of bash usage

  • Modern monitoring and logging solutions, such as Datadog, NewRelic, Splunk etc,

  • Agile and/or DevOps culture and how important it is to the success of Cloud Adoption,

  • Building platforms in Amazon Web Services

If this role sounds interesting and you would like to know more send me over a copy of your up to date CV on brandonj@montash.com

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