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DevOps Engineer - London - Rewarding

Job Title: DevOps Engineer - London - Rewarding
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA - 624868_1492610738
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

DevOps Engineer - London

DevOps Engineer required. Montash has been engaged by the Public Sector, who are looking to acquire the services of an experienced DevOps Engineer with extremely good knowledge of Linux.

The DevOps Engineer Improve and expand AWS platform, apply changes using configuration management tools (Puppet, Ansible). Rotate between agile Development projects providing DevOps expertise and establishing best practices (working with applications written in java/nodejs/scala)

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

  • In-depth knowledge of Ansible and puppet
  • Experience in Docker and possibly Kubernetes
  • Must be SC cleared
  • Able to Automate various tasks using puppet, Ansible and scripting
  • Work as a team with our organisation and other suppliers
  • Be transparent and collaborative when making decisions

Please do not apply for this role if you are not SC cleared

So, if you're a DevOps Engineer with extensive experience with linux and up for a big but very rewarding challenge please reach out to me on - or 0207 014 0231

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