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DevOps Engineer - Python, Ruby, Linux, Ansible, AWS, Kubernetes

Job Title: DevOps Engineer - Python, Ruby, Linux, Ansible, AWS, Kubernetes
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: €550 - €750 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Month
REF: SysEng-GER_1497894772
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

You will be responsible for;

  • Build and configuration of highly automated infrastructure based on AWS/Google Cloud
  • Working closely with exisitng Architects and Developers to ensure the success of the programme
  • Managing capacity, performance and availability for the IT infrastructure to ensure it meets all the needs of the business
  • Provide technical guidance for service upgrades, rollouts and enhancements

Key Skills;

  • Familair with modern DevOps Tools such as Jenkins, Ansible, Docker, Kubernetes
  • Methodical and analytical, with exceptional communication skills.
  • German Language skills would be a huge plus
  • 3+ years experience in the Internet/ECommerce Sector developing innovative System Architectures
  • Experience of automation within Cloud offerings, including Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services
  • Comprehensive experience using scripting languages such as Python, Ruby and Go

My client are looking for candidates who are highly technical, that can deliver and code, build, test, and package to a highly level. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply with your most up to date CV and also your availability to interview and start.

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