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DevOps Engineer - London - 6 Month contract - £500-£550 per day

Job Title: DevOps Engineer - London - 6 Month contract - £500-£550 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £550 per annum + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA - 624858
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email: AshleyA@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

DevOps Engineer - London - 6 Month contract - £500-£550 per day

DevOps Engineer required. Montash has been engaged by a leading finance organisation that require someone to start as soon as possible. They are looking to acquire the services of an experienced DevOps Engineer for an initial 6-month contract based in Central London.

The DevOps Engineer will work within a talented and driven team of agile DevOps Engineers, who are delivering several exciting technical solutions across our client's enterprise business systems.

It is essential that you will have a superb understanding of continuous integration, automation and Containerisation using Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Jenkins and Docker.

Furthermore, you will have demonstrable experience in the development support and modification of AWS environments and solid knowledge of working in agile scrum environments.

In summary, the DevOps Engineer will have the following skills and capabilities:

  • Expertise across the DevOps stack using Puppet, Chef, Ansible, AWS
  • Extensive experience of Cloud systems management such as AWS, Azure, VMWare, Windows etc
  • Solid experience working in Agile, Scrum and Systems Engineering environments including sprint activity and backlog management
  • Continuous Integration, automation and Containerisation
  • Solid knowledge of Shell Scripting such as Python, Bash and Perl.
  • Proven experience with continuous integration and continuous delivery
  • Detail oriented, process driven, highly innovative mind-set, with deeply engrained sense of ownership for the services delivered
  • Experience of Jenkins and/or Gerrit would be beneficial

So, if you're a DevOps Engineer with a real drive and up for a big but very rewarding challenge, with a company that is delivering some truly unrivalled projects and bespoke technology, then get in touch with your most recent CV and I'll be in touch for a more detailed chat.

You can reach me on - ashleya@montash.com or 0207 014 0231

KEYWORDS: DEVOPS ENGINEER / CLOUD / DEVELOPMENT / AWS / AZURE / LINUX / AGILE SCRUM / SCRIPTING / PYTHON / PERL / BASH / ANSIBLE / SALT / CHEF / PUPPET / VMWARE / SYSTEMS ENGINEERING / SYSTEMS ADMIN / LONDON / UK / WINDOWS /

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